LG Electronics MF3800 Fax Machine User Manual

LG Electronics MF3800 Fax Machine User Manual
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Safety Information
For USA / Canada Users
As an Energy Star Parntner, MINOLTA has determined that this machine meets the
Energy Star Guidelines for Energy Efficiency.
For Another Country Users
this machine meets the *EPA’s Energy Star Guideline for ///energy Efficiency. *the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency.
What is an Energy Star Machine?
Energy Star Machines have a feature that allows them to automatically yurn off or “ go to
sleep” after a period of inactivity, ensuring night and weekend shut off.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Make sure that the electrical outlet that you use is located near the Facsimile.
Only connect the Facsimile to an earthed socket outlet.
IMPORT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT MESURES DE
when using your telephone equipment, basic
safety precautions should always be followed to
reduced the risk of fire, electric shock and
injury to persons, including the following:
Certaines mesures de sécurité doivent étre
prises pendant l’utilisation de matérial
téléphonique afin de réduire les risques
d’incendie, de choc électrique et de
blessures. En voici quelquesunes:
1. Do not use this product near water,
for example, near a bath tub, wash
bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in
a wet basement or near a swimming
pool.
2. Avoide using a telephone ( other
than a cordless type ) during an
electrical storm. There may be a
remote risk of electric from
lightning.
3. Do not use the telephone to report a
gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
4. Use only the power cord and
batteries Indicated in this manual.
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire.
They may explode. Check with local
codes for possible special disposal
instructions.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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1. Ne pas utiliser l’appareil prés de l’eau,
p.ex., prés d’une baignoire, d’un lavabo,
d’un évier de cuisine, d’un bac à lsver,
dans un sous-sol humide ou prés d’une
piscine.
2. Éviter d’utiliser le téléphonique ( sauf
s’il s’agit d’un appareil sans fil )
pendant un orage électrique. Ceci peut
presenter un risque de choc électrique
causé par la foudre.
3. Ne pas utiliser l’appareol téléphonique
pour signaler une fuite de gaz s’il est
situe prèes de la fuite.
4. Utiliser seulement le cordin d’alimentation
et le type de piles indiqués dans ce manuel.
Ne pas jeter les piles dans le feu: elles
peuvent exploser. Se confrmer aux
règlements pertlnents quant à
l’élimination des poles.
CONSERVER CES INSTRUCTIONS
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LASER SAFETY
This FAX contains a page printer which operates by means of a laser. There is no
possibility of danger from the laser, provided the FAX is operated according to the
instructions in this manual provided.
Since radiation emitted by the laser is completely confined within protective housing, the
laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user operation.
This machine is certified as a Class 1 laser product. this means the machine does not
produce hazardous laser radiation.
INTERNAL LASER RADIATION (for all Uers)
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Maximum Radiation power:7.3x10 (W) at the laser aperture of the print head unit.
Wave Length:770-810 (nm)
This is a Class lllb Laser Diode Assy. That has an invisible laser besm. The printer head
unit is NOT A FIELD SERVICE ITEM. Therefore the printer head unit should not be
opened under any circumstances.
For United States Users
Laser Safety
This FAX is certified as a Class 1 Laser product under the U.S. Department of Health
Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Food, Drug and
Cosmetic Act of 1990. This means that the FAX does not produce hazardous radiation.
CDRH Regulations
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration implemented regulations for laser products on August 2, 1976.
Compliance is mandatory for products marketed in the United States. The label shown
below indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations and must be attached to laser
productd marketed in the United States.
The label shown to page XVI indicates compliance with the CDRH regulations and must
be attached to laser products marketed in the United States.
WARNING:
Use of controls, adjustment or performance of procedures other than
those specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation
exposure.
This is a semiconductor Laser. the maximum power of the Laser diode is 5mW and the
wavelength is 770-810mm.
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Safety Information
For users In Other Countries
WARNING:
Use of controls, adjustment or performance of procedures other than
those specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation
exposure.
This is a semiconductor laser. The maximum power of the laser diode is 5mW and the
wavelength is 770-810nm.
For European User
WARNING:
Use of controls, adjustment or performance of procedures other than
those specified in this manual may result in hazardous radiation
exposure.
This is a semiconductor laser. The maximum power of the laser diode is 5mW and the
wavelength is 770-810nm.
For Denmark Users
ADVERSEL:
Usynlig laserstråling ved åbning, når sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude af
funktion. Undgå udsættelse for stråling. Klasse 1 laser product der
opfylder IEC60825 sikkerheds kravene.
Dansk. Dette er en halvlderlaser. Laserdiodens hØjeste styrke er 5mW og bØlgeæengde
er 770-810nm.
Klass 1 lader produkt der opfylder IEC825 sikkerheds kravene.
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For Finland, Sweden User
LOUKAN 1 LASERLAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
VAROITUS:
Laitteen käyttäminen muulla kuin tässä käyttöohueessa mainitulla
tavalla saattaa altistaa käyttäjän turvallissuusluokan 1 ylittävälle
näkymättömälle lasersäteilylle.
Tämä on puolijohdelaser. Laserdiodin suurin teho on 5mW ja aallonpituus in
770-810mm.
VARNNING:
Om apparaten används på annat sätt än i denna bruksanvisning
specificerats, ken användaren utsättas för osynlig laserstrålning som
överskrider gränsen för laser klass 1.
Det här är en halvledarlaser. Den maximala effekten för laserdioden är 5mW och
våglängden är 770-810mm.
VARO!:
Avattaessa ja suojalukitus ohitettaessa olet alttiina näkymättömälle
lasersäteilylle. Äjä katso säteeseen.
VARNING!:
Osynlig laserstråining när denna del är öppnad ochspärren är
urkopplad. Betrakta ej strålen.
For Norway Users
ADVARSEL:
Dersom apparatet brukes på annen måte enn spesifisert i denne
bruksanvisning, kan brukeren utsettes for unsynlig laserstråling
som overskrider grensen for laser klass 1.
Dette er en halvleder laser. Maksimal effeckt till laserdiode er 5mW og bØlgekengde er
770-810nm.
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WARNING LABEL
Safety Information
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CE Marking (Declaration of Conformity)
The product complies with the following EU directives:
89 / 336 / EEC, 73 / 23 / EEC and 93 / 68 / EEC directives.
This declaration is valid for the area of the European Union.
WARNING:
This device must be used with shielded interface cables. The use of
non-shielded cable is likely to result in interference with radio
communications and is prohibited under the EU Directive rules.
The machine has been approved in accordance with Council Decision 1999/5/EC for panEuropen single terminal connection to the public switched telephone network (PSTN).
However, due to differences between the individual PSTNs provided in different countries,
the approval does not, of itself, give an unconditional assurance of successful operation on
every PSTN network termination point.
In the event of problems, you should contact your equipment supplier in the first instance.
Note: The manufacturer should ensure that the vender and user of equipment is
clearly informed of the above information by means of packaging and/ or other
forms of user instructions.
This product is approved for DTMF dialing only. When directly connected to the public
switched telephone network (PSTN mode) pulse dialing can not be used.
(Pulse dialing may only be used when this product is connected to a PBX).
If an additional telephone is connected to FAX unit, the LF (Loading Factor) should not be
greater than 30.
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Safety Information
USER INSTRUCTIONS (For U.S.A.Users)
FCC PART15-RADIO FREQUENCY DEVICES WARNING
The following applies to the Facsimile Unit (MINOLTAFAX2800/3800) only without the
Minolta Network option installed.
FCC : Declaration of Conformity
Product Type
Facsimile
Product Name
MINOLTAFAX2800 / MINOLTAFAX3800
Option / Accessories
Second Paper Cassette Unit / Expansion Memory (Max 8MB)
This Devices complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to following
Conditions:
1. This devices may be not cause harmful interference, and
2. this devices must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Minolta Corporation
101 Williams Drive Ramsey, New Jersey 07446
Telephone number : 201-825-4000
WARNING:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits for
a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
users, and radiates radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television receiption, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio-TV technician for help.
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WARNING:
The design and production of this unit conform to FCC regulations,
and any changes or modifications must be registered with FCC and
are subject to FCC control. Any change made by the purchaser or
user without first contacting the manufacture will be subject to
penalty under FCC regulations.
Note: *A LAN adapter (Minolta Network) is to be used only in industrial areas.
Use of a LAN adapter in residential areas.
*This device must be used with shielded interface cables. The use of nonshielded cables is likely to result in Interference with radio
communications and is prohibited under FCC Rules.
*The design and production of this unit conforms to FCC regulations,
and any change or modifications must be registered with the FCC and
are subject to FCC control. Any change made by the purchaser or user
without first contacting the manufacturer will be to penalty under FCC
regulations.
FCC PART 15 - RADIO GREQUENCY DEVICES WARNING
The Facsimile Unit (MINOLTAFAX2800/3800) with the Minolta Network option
installed meets the FCC Class A requirements when the network cable is attached either of
the IEEE 802.3 connectors.
WARNING:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with limits for
a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generate, users, and radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference at his own expense. This device must be used
with shielded cables likely to result in interference with radio
communications and is prohibited under the FCC Rules. The design
and production of this unit conform to FCC regulations, and any
changes or modifications must be registered with the FCC and are
subject to FCC control. Any changes made by the purchaser or user
without first contacting the manufacturer will be subject to penalty
under FCC regulations.
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Safety Information
FCC PART 68 - TELECOMUNICATION DEVICES
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. On the rear panel of this
equipment is a label that contains, among other informations, the FCC registration number
and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment. If requested, provide this
information to your telephone company.
This equipment uses THE FOLLOWING USOC JACKS: RJ11C
The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may connect to your telephone
line and still have all of those devices ring when your number is called. In most, but not all
areas, the sum of the RENs of all devices should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the
number of devices you may connect to your line, as determined by the REN, you should
call your local telephone company to determine the maximum REN for your calling area.
If your telephone equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the Telephone
Company may discontinue your service temporarily. If possible, they will notify you in
advance. But if advance notice isn’t practical, you will be notified as soon so possible. You
will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC.
Your telephone company may make changes to its facilities, equipment, operations, or
procedures that could affect the proper operation your equipment. If they do, you will be
given advance notice so as to give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted service.
If you experience trouble with this equipment, please contact:
Minolta Corporation
101 williams Drive Ramsey.
New Jersey 07446
U.S.A.
The telephone company may ask you to disconnect this equipment from network until
problem has been corrected or you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning.
This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company.
Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs. (Contact your state public utility
commission or corporation commission for information.)
CUSTOMER INFORMATION FOR PRIVATELY OWNED COIN PHONES
To comply with state tariffs, the telephone company must be given notification prior to
connection.
In some states, prior approval of connection must be obtained from the state Public Utility
Commission, Public Service Commission or state Corporation Commission.
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WARNING FOR THE SETTING OF HEADER AND FOOTER
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it unlawful for any person to use
a computer or other electronic device to send any message via a telephone fax machine
unless such message clearly contains in a margin at the top or bottom of each transmitted
page or on the first page of the transmission, the date and time it is sent and an
identification of the business or other entity, or other individual sending the message and
the telephone number of the sending machine or such business, other entity, or individual.
In order to program this information into your fax machine, you should complete the
following steps.
(Refer to Chapter 4 Facsimile Programming page 4-29 and 4-35)
Telephone line cord
The 26AWG telephone line cord should only be used on this machine.
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USER INSTRUCTIONS (For Canada Users)
INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT STANDARD (ICES-003 ISSUE 3)
WARNING
The following applies to the Facsimile Unit (MINOLTAFAX2800/3800) only without the
Minolta Network option installed.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil
numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT STANDARD (ICES-003 ISSUE 3 )
WARNING
The following applies to the Facsimile Unit (MINOLTAFAX2800/3800) with the Minolta
Network optoin installed.
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil
numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
IC CS-03-TELECOMUNICATION DEVICE
Note: Industry Canada (IC) label identifies certified equipment. This certification
means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network
protective, operational, and safety requirements. IC does not guarantee the
equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is
permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local
telecommunication company. The equipment must also be installed using
an acceptable method of connection. In some cases, the company’s inside
wiring associated with a single line individual service may be extended
by means of a certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord).
The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions
may not prevent degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized
Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or
alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment
malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to
request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground
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connections of the power utility, telephone lines, and internal metallic
water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution
may be particularly important in rural areas.
CAUTION
Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should
contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as
appropriate.
Note: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device
provides an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed to be
connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may
consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that
the sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not
exceed 5.This terminal device the REN=0.3.
If you experience trouble with this equipment, please contact:
Minolta Business Equipment (Canada), Ltd.
369 Britannia Road E.
Mississauga, Ontario L42 2H5
Tel: (905)890-6600
HEARING AID-COMPATIBILITY (For U.S.A./ Canada Users)
This equipment complies with the FCC / IC guide lines for hearing aid-compatibility.
For Australian Users
The Unit shall be connected to Telecommunication Network through a line cord which
meets the requirements of ACA Technical Standard TS008.
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Safety Information
For New Zealand Users
The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal equipment indicates only that Telecom
has accepted that the item complies with minimum conditions for connection to its
network. It indicates no endorsement of the product by Teleocm, nor does it provide any
sort of warranty. Above all, it provides no assurance that any item will work correctly in
all respects with another item of Telepermitted equipment of a different make or model,
nor does it imply that any product is compatible with all of Telecom’s network services.
This equipment should not be used under circumstances which may constitute a nuisance
to other Telecom customers.
WARNING NOTICE:
This equipment shall not be set up to make automatic calls to the
Telecom “111” Emergency Service.
OZONE RELEASE (For all Users)
During printer operation, a small quantity of ozone is released. This amount is not large
enough to harm being adversely. However, be sure the room where the FAX is being used
has adequate ventilation, especially if you are printing a high volume of materials, or if the
FAX is being used continuously over s long period.
Note: Locate the machine in a well Ventilated Room
A negligible amount of ozone is generated during normal operation of
this machine. An unpleasant odor may, however, be created in poorly
ventilated rooms during extensive machine operation. For a comfortable,
healthy, and safe operating environment that the room well ventilated.
REMARQUE:
Placer l’appareil dans une pièce largement ventilée
Une quantité d’ozone négligable est dégagée pendant le
fonctionnement de l’appareil quand celui-ci est utilisé
normalement. Cependant, une odeur désagréable peut être
ressentie dans les pièces dont l’aération est insuffisante et lorsque
une utilisation prolongée de l’appareil est effectuée. Pour avoir la
certitude de travailler dans un environment réunissant des
conditions de confort, santé et de sécurieé, il est préférable de bien
aérer la pièce ou se trouve l’appareil.
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Acoustic Noise
For European Users
Machine Norise Regulation 3 GSGV, 18,01,1991: The sound pressure levell at the
opatator position according to EN 27779 is equal to or less than 70dB(A).
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LABELS
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Safety Information
This section contains detailed instructions on the operation and maintenance of this machine. To achieve optimum utility of this device, all operators should carefully read and follow the instructions in this manual. Please
keep this manual in a handy place near the machine.
Please read the next section before using this device. It contains important information related to user safety
and preventing equipment problems.
Make sure you observe all of the precautions listed in this manual.
Note: Please note that some parts of the contents of this section may not correspond with the
purchased product.
Table 1: ■ Warning and Precaution Symbols
Ignoring this warning could cause serious injury or even death.
Ignoring this caution could cause injury or damage to property.
Table 2: ■ Meaning of Symbols
A triangle indicates a danger against which you should take precaution.
This symbol warns against cause burns.
A diagonal line indicates a prohibited course of action.
This symbol warns against dismantling the device.
A black circle indicates an imperative course of action.
This symbol indicates you must unplug the device.
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Do not modify this product, as a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown could result. If the product employs a
laser, the laser beam source could cause blindness.
Do not attempt to remove the covers and panels which have been fixed to the product. Some products have
a high-voltage part or a laser beam source inside that could cause an electrical shock or blindness.
Only use the power cord supplied in the package. If a power cord is not supplied, only use the power cord
and plug that is specified in POWER CORD INSTRUCTION. Failure to use this cord could result in a fire
or electrical shock.
Use only the specified power source voltage. Failure to do that could result in a fire or electrical shock.
Do not use a multiple outlet adapter to connect any other appliances or machines. Use of a power outlet for
more than the marked current value could result in a fire or electrical shock.
Do not unplug and plug in the power cord with a wet hand, as an electrical shock could result.
Plug the power cord all the way into the power outlet. Failure to do this could result in a fire or electrical
shock.
Do not scratch, abrade, place a heavy object on, heat, twist, bend, pull on, or damage the power cord. Use
of a damaged power cord (exposed core wire, broken wire, etc.) could result in a fire or breakdown.
Should any of these conditions be found, immediately turn OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord
from the power outlet, and then call your authorized service representative.
In principle, do not use an extension cord. Use of an extension cord could cause a fire or electrical shock.
Contact your authorized service representative if an extension cord is required.
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Do not place a flower vase or other container that contains water, or metal clips or other small metallic
objects on this product. Spilled water or metallic objects dropped inside the product could result in a fire,
electrical shock, or breakdown.
Should a piece of metal, water, or any other similar foreign matter get inside the product, immediately turn
OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and then call your authorized service
representative.
If this product becomes inordinately hot or emits smoke, or unusual odor or noise, immediately turn OFF
the power switch, unplug the power cord from the power outlet, and then call your authorized service
representative. If you keep on using it as is, a fire or electrical shock could result.
If this product has been dropped or its cover damaged, immediately turn OFF the power switch, unplug the
power cord from the power outlet, and then call your authorized service representative. If you keep on
using it as is, a fire or electrical shock could result.
Do not throw the toner cartridge or toner into an open flame. The hot toner may scatter and cause burns or
other damage.
Connect the power cord to an electrical outlet that is equipped with a grounding
terminal.
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Do not use flammable sprays, liquids, or gases near this product, as a fire could result.
Do not leave a toner unit or drum unit in a place within easy reach of children. Licking or ingesting any of
these things could injure your health.
Do not let any object plug the ventilation holes of this product. Heat could accumulate inside the product,
resulting in a fire or malfunction.
Do not install this product at a site that is exposed to direct sunlight, or near an air conditioner or heating
apparatus. The resultant temperature changes inside the product could cause a malfunction, fire, or
electrical shock.
Do not place the product in a dusty place, or a site exposed to soot or steam, near a kitchen table, bath, or a
humidifier. A fire, electrical shock, or breakdown could result.
Do not place this product on an unstable or tilted bench, or in a location subject to a lot of vibration and
shock. It could drop or fall, causing personal injury or mechanical breakdown.
After installing this product, mount it on a secure base. If the unit moves or falls, it may cause personal
injury.
Do not store toner units and PC drum units near a floppy disk or watch that are susceptible to magnetism.
They could cause these products to malfunction.
The inside of this product has areas subject to high temperature, which may cause burns. When checking
the inside of the unit for malfunctions such as a paper misfeed, do not touch the locations (around the
fusing unit, etc.) which are indicated by a “Caution HOT” caution label.
Do not place any objects around the power plug as the power plug may be difficult to pull out when an
emergency occurs.
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the machine and shall be easily accessible as the power plug may
be difficult to pull out when an emergency occurs.
Always use this product in a well ventilated location. Operating the product in a poorly ventilated room
for an extended period of time could injure your health. Ventilate the room at regular intervals.
Whenever moving this product, be sure to disconnect the power cord and other cables. Failure to do this
could damage the cord or cable, resulting in a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown.
When moving this product, always hold it by the locations specified in the operator’s manual or other
documents. If the unit falls it may cause severe personal injury. The product may also be damaged or
malfunction.
Remove the power plug from the outlet more than one time a year and clean the area between the plug
terminals. Dust that accumulates between the plug terminals may cause a fire.
When unplugging the power cord, be sure to hold onto the plug. Pulling on the power cord could damage
the cord, resulting in a fire or electrical shock.
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Precautions for Routine Use
Do not store toner units, PC drum units, and other supplies and consumables in a place subject to direct
sunlight and high temperature and humidity, as poor image quality and malfunction could result.
Do not attempt to replace the toner unit and PC drum unit in a place exposed to direct sunlight. If the PC
drum is exposed to intense light, poor image quality could result.
Do not unpack a toner unit or PC drum unit until the very time of use. Do not leave an unpacked unit
standing. Install it immediately or poor image quality could result.
Do not keep toner units and PC drum units in an upright position or upside down, as poor image quality
could result.
Do not throw or drop a toner unit or PC drum unit as poor image quality could result.
Do not use this product in an area where ammonia or other gases or chemicals are present. Failure to do so
may shorten the service life of the product, cause damage or decrease performance.
Do not use this product in an environment with a temperature outside the range specified in the operator’s
manual, as a breakdown or malfunction could result.
Do not attempt to feed stapled paper, carbon paper or aluminum foil through this product, as a malfunction
or fire could result.
Do not touch or scratch the surface of the toner unit, developing roller and the PC drum, as poor image
quality could result.
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Use the supplies and consumables recommended by the dealer. Use of any supply or consumable not
recommended could result in poor image quality and breakdown.
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Miscellaneous
Do not rest your weight on the control panel, as a malfunction could result.
Normal international communications may at times not be possible depending on line conditions.
If tap or well water is used in a humidifier, impurities in the water are discharged into the air and may be
deposited inside the printer, resulting in poor image quality. It is recommended that pure water that does
not contain any impurities be used in the humidifier.
The cooling fan may be activated automatically, but this suggests no problems.
Ni-MH (Nickel Metal Hydride) Batteries are installed inside machine as back up memory batteries. Please
dispose according to local, state and federal regulations.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Introduction to the MINOLTAFAX2800 and MINOLTAFAX3800 Units ...............................1-1
MINOLTAFAX2800 and MINOLTAFAX3800 Model Differences* ....................... 1-1
How to Use This Manual ............................................................................................ 1-1
Agency Certification ................................................................................................... 1-1
Important Safeguards.................................................................................................................. 1-2
Multi-Tasking............................................................................................................................. 1-4
Machine Components................................................................................................................. 1-5
Control Panel Layout .................................................................................................. 1-8
Definition of Display Symbols .................................................................................1-12
Chapter 2 - Basic Operations
Sending a Document................................................................................................................... 2-1
Using Memory Transmit ............................................................................................. 2-1
Memory Overflow Transmit ....................................................................................... 2-2
Dialing Methods......................................................................................................................... 2-5
Receiving a Document ............................................................................................................... 2-6
Auto Receive ............................................................................................................... 2-6
Making Copies..........................................................................................................................2-10
Chapter 3 - Advanced Facsimile
Using the Function Menu........................................................................................................... 3-1
Broadcast ....................................................................................................................................3-2
Timer TX (Delay Transmission) ................................................................................................ 3-3
Mailbox TX ................................................................................................................................3-4
Print Mailbox RX ....................................................................................................................... 3-5
Print Memory RX....................................................................................................................... 3-6
Polling TX .................................................................................................................................. 3-7
Polling RX .................................................................................................................................. 3-9
Relay Initiate ............................................................................................................................3-11
Using Combination Dial...........................................................................................................3-12
JOURNAL Key ........................................................................................................................3-13
REPORT Key...........................................................................................................................3-14
Reports......................................................................................................................................3-15
Transmit Message Confirmation ...............................................................................3-15
Manual TX Report ....................................................................................................3-15
SCHEDULE Key......................................................................................................................3-16
PIN CODE Key........................................................................................................................3-17
SPEAKER Key.........................................................................................................................3-18
F Codes.....................................................................................................................................3-19
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Chapter 4 - Facsimile Programming
Accessing The User Program Area ............................................................................................ 4-1
Menu Navigation ........................................................................................................ 4-1
Menu Structure ........................................................................................................... 4-2
Initial User Data ......................................................................................................................... 4-5
Entering The Date & Time ......................................................................................... 4-5
Entering Your Telephone Number ..............................................................................4-5
Entering Your User Name .......................................................................................... 4-6
Setting Department PW .............................................................................................. 4-6
Machine Operations ................................................................................................................... 4-7
Setting the LCD Contrast ............................................................................................ 4-7
Setting the Correct Dialing Type (Tone/Pulse) .......................................................... 4-7
Setting the Buzzer (Ring) Volume ..............................................................................4-8
Setting the Line Monitor (Speaker) Volume .............................................................. 4-9
Selecting Remote Monitor .......................................................................................... 4-9
Setting Your Fax Line Type (PSTN/PBX) ............................................................... 4-10
Setting the Power Save Mode ................................................................................... 4-11
Setting the Power Save Time .................................................................................... 4-12
Setting the Drum Counter ......................................................................................... 4-12
Document Scan Settings........................................................................................................... 4-13
Resolution ................................................................................................................. 4-13
Scan Contrast ............................................................................................................ 4-14
Print Density ............................................................................................................. 4-14
Reduction Copy ........................................................................................................ 4-15
Rec. Paper Size ......................................................................................................... 4-16
Auto Cassette Sel. ..................................................................................................... 4-16
Dial Registration ...................................................................................................................... 4-17
One-Touch Keys ....................................................................................................... 4-17
Speed Dial Keys ........................................................................................................ 4-18
Group Dial Keys ....................................................................................................... 4-19
Program Dial ............................................................................................................. 4-20
Batch TX ................................................................................................................... 4-23
Relay box .................................................................................................................. 4-25
TX Operation............................................................................................................................ 4-26
Default TX ................................................................................................................ 4-26
Closed Network TX .................................................................................................. 4-27
Fax Forwarding ......................................................................................................... 4-27
RX Operation ........................................................................................................................... 4-30
Memory RX Mode .................................................................................................... 4-30
Two Page Print .......................................................................................................... 4-32
Reduction RX ........................................................................................................... 4-33
Mailbox RX .............................................................................................................. 4-33
Closed Network ........................................................................................................ 4-34
RX Mode ................................................................................................................... 4-35
Footer (Receive Time Print) ..................................................................................... 4-35
Line 2 Setting ........................................................................................................................... 4-38
Line 2 Fax No. .......................................................................................................... 4-38
TX Line Priority ........................................................................................................ 4-38
Line 2 Tone / Pulse ................................................................................................... 4-39
Reports ..................................................................................................................................... 4-40
Activity Report ......................................................................................................... 4-40
Reserv. (Reservation) Report .................................................................................... 4-40
TX Results Report .................................................................................................... 4-41
Table of Contents
RX Results Report ....................................................................................................4-41
Broadcast Report .......................................................................................................4-42
Toner Low Report .....................................................................................................4-42
Chapter 5 - Internet Fax(Option)
Setup ............................................................................................................................ 5-1
Programming Internet Fax settings ............................................................................. 5-2
components of Internet Fax ......................................................................................... 5-2
Setting up the Internet Fax ......................................................................................................... 5-3
E-MAIL SETTING ..................................................................................................... 5-3
SERVER SETTING .................................................................................................... 5-4
POP3 INTERVAL ...................................................................................................... 5-5
TIME OUT SETTING ................................................................................................ 5-5
ERROR REPORT ....................................................................................................... 5-6
TIME ZONE ............................................................................................................... 5-6
One-Touch Dial ........................................................................................................... 5-8
Speed Dial ................................................................................................................... 5-9
Group Dial ................................................................................................................... 5-9
Program Dial .............................................................................................................5-10
Manual Transmission(Single Location) ....................................................................5-12
Manual Receive .........................................................................................................5-13
Advanced Operations of Internet Fax.......................................................................................5-14
Broadcast ...................................................................................................................5-14
Timer TX ...................................................................................................................5-15
One Touch, Speed Dial, and Group Dial ..................................................................5-15
Automatic Receive ....................................................................................................5-15
Error messages..........................................................................................................................5-16
Error Messages Report ..............................................................................................5-16
LCD Display Messages .............................................................................................5-17
chapter 6 - PC Printing & Scanning
Set Printer ................................................................................................................................... 6-1
Symbol Set .................................................................................................................. 6-2
Font Number ............................................................................................................... 6-3
Print Font ..................................................................................................................... 6-4
Memory Allocations ................................................................................................................... 6-7
Standard Memory Configuration Choices .................................................................. 6-7
PCL4 Emulation ......................................................................................................................... 6-9
Connecting to a Computer .......................................................................................... 6-9
Basic Operation .........................................................................................................6-10
Using the Manual Feed Tray to Print ........................................................................6-10
Printing Envelopes ....................................................................................................6-10
Printer Messages.......................................................................................................................6-11
Auto-Select Paper Tray ............................................................................................6-11
GDI Printer Feature(option) .....................................................................................................6-12
PC Requirements .......................................................................................................6-12
Installing The Printer Driver .....................................................................................6-13
Printing with your GDI Print Function .....................................................................6-15
Getting Help ..............................................................................................................6-15
Scanning (TWAIN Driver Option)...........................................................................................6-16
PC Requirements for the TWAIN Option .................................................................6-16
Table of Contents
Installing the TWAIN Driver .................................................................................... 6-16
Class 1 Fax/Modem.................................................................................................................. 6-18
Class 1 Interface ........................................................................................................ 6-18
PC Requirements ...................................................................................................... 6-18
Installing the PC-Fax Software ................................................................................. 6-19
Using Class 1 Mode .................................................................................................. 6-19
Receiving a Fax in Class 1 Mode ............................................................................. 6-20
Scanning in Class 1 Mode ........................................................................................ 6-20
Chapter 7 - Maintenance & Supplies
Loading the Paper....................................................................................................................... 7-1
Paper Tray ................................................................................................................... 7-1
Optional Second Paper Cassette Unit(SPCU) ............................................................7-2
Clearing Paper Jams ................................................................................................................... 7-4
Document Jams ........................................................................................................... 7-4
Paper Jams .................................................................................................................. 7-5
Changing Toner Cartridge.......................................................................................................... 7-9
Maintenance ............................................................................................................................. 7-12
Cleaning Your Fax Unit ............................................................................................ 7-12
Cleaning the Scanner ................................................................................................ 7-12
Cleaning the White Roller ........................................................................................ 7-13
Chapter 8 - Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................... 8-1
Error Indication Types ................................................................................................ 8-1
Error Messages ............................................................................................................ 8-2
Chapter 9 - specifications
Physical Specifications............................................................................................................... 9-1
Operational Specifications ......................................................................................................... 9-2
Class 1 Interface (RS-232) .......................................................................................... 9-4
LAN Interface (Print Server) ...................................................................................... 9-5
Environmental Specifications .................................................................................................... 9-8
Appendix - Unpacking & Installation
Unpacking ................................................................................................................................. A-1
Main Carton Contents ................................................................................................A-1
Accessories Box Contents .........................................................................................A-2
Setting Up Fax Unit...................................................................................................................A-3
Removing the Packing Materials ...............................................................................A-3
Installing the Drum Cartridge ....................................................................................A-3
Installing the Toner Cartridge ....................................................................................A-4
Installing the Paper Exit Tray ....................................................................................A-5
Installing the Document Exit Tray .............................................................................A-5
Installing the Document Feed Tray ............................................................................A-6
Attaching the Power Cord and Telephone Cords ......................................................A-6
Attaching the PC Cables ............................................................................................A-8
Turning Power ON ................................................................................................... A-10
Final Checkout ........................................................................................................................ A-11
Preparing Your Fax Unit .......................................................................................... A-11
Loading a Document ................................................................................................ A-11
Setting Up the (Optional) SPCU ............................................................................................. A-12
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Unpacking the SPCU ............................................................................................... A-12
Installing the SPCU .................................................................................................. A-13
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Chapter 1
Introduction
Introduction to the MINOLTAFAX2800 and MINOLTAFAX3800 Units
Introduction to the MINOLTAFAX2800 and MINOLTAFAX3800
Units
The MINOLTAFAX2800 and MINOLTAFAX3800 are multi-function devices
that in addition to the Fax capability, allow you to Print, Scan and Copy.
MINOLTAFAX2800 and MINOLTAFAX3800 Model Differences*
Item
MINOLTAFAX2800
MINOLTAFAX3800
2nd cassette Tray
Optional
Optional
Page Memory
2 MB
6 MB
Dual Line Mode
Optional
Standard
Printing
Yes
Yes
PC-Scanning
Optional
Optional
Option Fax Memory
8MB
8MB
* Items listed above are for the standard configuration. For information on other
options, refer to the Specifications Chapter.
How to Use This Manual
This manual explains the functions and operation of the MINOLTAFAX2800 and
MINOLTAFAX3800 units. It also gives some troubleshooting tips as well as
general precautions to be observed during operations.
To ensure the best performance and effective use of your unit, please read this
manual carefully from cover to cover. After you have read the manual, keep it
near your Fax unit for handy reference. It should be helpful in solving any
operational questions you may have.
This manual is written to cover the base machine with all the options installed. If
your unit does not have these options installed, just skip that section. If you
choose to upgrade your unit in the future, you will already have the necessary
information. Call your Sales or Service Representative to order options and
schedule their installation.
Agency Certification
Your MINOLTAFAX2800 and MINOLTAFAX3800 unit complies with FCC
rules, DOC requirements, and other agency certification requirements. Refer to
the Appendix section of this manual for details.
These units are Energy Star qualified.
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Important Safeguards
Important Safeguards
Always follow these important safeguards:
1
Read all of these instructions before using your unit.
2
Do not use this unit near water; for example, near a bath tub, sink or swimming pool.
3
Avoid using the telephone during an electrical storm. There may be a
remote risk of electric shock from lighting.
4
Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of this unit.
5
Use only the power cord and batteries indicated in this manual. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. They may explode. Check with local codes for
possible special disposal instruction.
6
Plug the power cord only into a 3conductor (grounded) outlet rated for at
least 15 amperes.
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Do not install your unit in areas that are:
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Never ground the power cord to a
gas pipe or a water pipe.
Keep the power cord away from hot
surfaces.
Avoid using an extension cord if at all
possible. If you must use an
extension cord, use only a 3conductor cord rated for at least 15
amperes. Cords rated for less might overheat and become a fire hazard.
Do not operate your unit if any part of it is damaged, or if any part has
been dropped, until it is checked by a qualified technician.
Damp or humid
Exposed to direct sunlight
Extremely dusty
Poorly ventilated
Subject to extreme temperature or humidity changes. For example,
don’t locate your copier near an air conditioner or heater.
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Install your unit with space around it to provide adequate ventilation.
9
Do not place the unit near a television or radio. If the unit is too close it
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may interfere with the reception.
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10
Place your unit on a firm, level surface.
11
Do not place heavy objects on the ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) or
the Exit Tray.
12
Do not disassemble your unit or try to repair it yourself, other than as
instructed in this Operator Guide. Call an Authorized Service Center for all
necessary repairs. Incorrect assembly can cause electrical hazards and possible damage to the machine.
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Multi-Tasking
Multi-Tasking
The MINOLTAFAX2800 and MINOLTAFAX3800 can perform multiple
operations at the same time. One operation can run in the foreground, while
another runs in the background. For example, you can scan, copy, or print
documents into memory for later transmission while receiving a fax.
Operation
Concurrent Operation
Result
Copy
Fax Reception
The received fax is stored in memory, and prints once
copy operation is complete.
GDI/PCL4 Printing
Print job is stored in memory, and prints once copy
operation is complete.
Memory Fax transmission
Faxing begins while copying continues.
PC-Fax Transmission or
Reception
Faxing begins while copying continues.
Copy
The Copy job will be stored in memory, then printed
out when reception (RX) is complete.
GDI/PCL4 Printing
Print document during reception.
Fax Transmission
Scans document into memory for transmission.
Copy
The available memory is shared by both jobs and their
operations happen simultaneously.
GDI/PCL4 Printing
The document will be printed from the PC during Fax
operation.
Copy
Copy operation starts by scanning document into
memory, and prints as fax is being transmitted.
Parallel Port Printing
Print operation occurs while PC is receiving the fax.
Fax Transmission
TX works when PC-Fax is complete. Scans document
into memory for transmission.
Copy
Copy operation starts by scanning document into
memory first, and prints as fax is being transmitted.
Parallel Port Printing
Parallel Port can be used for printing during PC-FAX
operation.
Fax Transmission
Scans document into memory for transmission.
Fax Reception
Fax
Transmission
PC-Fax
Reception
PC-Fax Transmit
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External Components: Front
1 Document Exit Tray
5 Paper Tray
This tray catches the original document after
it passes through the scanner.
2 Control Panel / Scanner Cover
You can load up to 250 sheets of Letter-size,
A4, or Legal-size paper into the standard
Tray.
You can add another 500 sheets with the
optional Second Paper Cassette Unit
(SPCU).
The controls on the panel perform the
various faxing, copying, and printing
functions. Lift this panel lifts to remove
document feed jams.
6 Bypass Feed Tray
3 Document Feed Tray
Load your document face down on this tray
for faxing or copying.
You can feed single sheets of special types of
paper. i.e. pre-printed letterhead & envelopes
7 Paper Exit Tray
This Tray catches the paper after printing.
4 Document Alignment Guides
Adjust these Guides to fit the width of your
original documents.
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External Components: Rear
8 AC Power Connector
13 Serial Connector (RS232)
The AC Power Cord plugs in here.
9 Main ON/OFF Switch
Use to turn the your unit ON and OFF.
10 Telephone Line Connector
Plug the telephone cable from this connector
into the wall socket of the telephone line.
11 Telephone Hand Set Connector
External Line
-or-
Use this connector to plug in the telephone
cord from the telephone set.
Provides connection between this unit and a
host computer for Class 1 PC faxing and
Twain-compliant scanning. This interface
can also be used for printing.
14 Network Connector (Optional NIC or IFax Card)
Provides connection between the unit and the
Network.
15 Dual Line Connector (Optional)
Plug the telephone cable from this connector
into the wall socket for the second line.
12 Parallel Connector
Provides connection between this unit and a
host computer for GDI printing or PCL4 or
PCL 5e printing.
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External Components: Internal and Optional
16 Top Cover / Cover Release Buttons
18 Drum Cartridge
Press these two buttons to open the Top
Cover to check and clear paper jams, to
change the Toner and Drum, or to clean the
interior of the unit.
This Drum Cartridge transfers toner to the
paper.
19 Second Paper Cassette Unit (SPCU)
When installed, it permits your unit to print
up to 750 uninterrupted pages without
reloading paper. (750 pages of standard
weight Letter/A4 size paper.)
17 Toner Cartridge
The Toner Cartridge contains the toner
particles used in imaging.
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Description
1. Display
The LCD Display provides you with instructions and information about fax, I-Fax, copying,
printing, programming and operational functions.
2. Resolution Keys
Press this key to select the desired resolution for scanning:
Standard: Use for normal documents. This is the default.
Fine: Use for documents with fine lines or characters.
Ex-Fine: Use for very fine maps, drawings or extremely detailed originals.
Half Tone: Use for photographs or shaded drawings.
3. Original Type Key
Press this key to select the type of original you are using:
Normal: Use this for most of the regular documents.
Light: Use for documents with very fine or light characters.
Dark: Use for documents that are dark.
4. Sleep /Wakeup Key
Press this Key to turn the machine in standby mode.
5. Auto RX Light
This light indicates the receiving mode of the Facsimile:
ON: The facsimile will receive documents automatically.
OFF: The facsimile will receive documents manually.
6. Error Light
The ERROR Light illuminates if there is a problem with the unit such as paper jam. After the
problem has been corrected or when the STOP Key is pressed, the light turns OFF.
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Description
7. Function Key
The FUNCTION Key allow access to the Function Menu. Set Functions by pressing the
FUNCTION Key first and then selecting the desired function using numeric keys or the
FUNCTION Key.
8. PROGRAM Key
Press the PROGRAM Key to enter the set menu and program your desired function using either
numeric keys or the arrow on the display.
9. YES Key
The YES Key is used to accept the selections made under PROGRAM and FUNCTION menus.
10. NO Key
The NO Key is used to reject the selections made under the PROGRAM and FUNCTION menus.
11. Pin Code Key
This key is used to input personal identification number for some telephone systems when you dial
an outside number.
12. Delete Key
When in a Program mode, it is used to Delete an entry.
13. Schedule Key
Press this key to view the transaction in memory file, such as memory transmission or polling.
14. Journal
Press this key to view the transaction result the same as in an activity report. This shows the
session number, remote ID or dial number and result.
15. Report Key
This key is used to choose your desired report, press YES to print out the report if you need.
16. Arrow Keys
(
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Used to move cursor to the right or left one position or to scroll through the menu. Use the
to enter ITU-T Sub-address in setting One-Touch or Speed Dial Keys.
Key
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Description
17. One-Touch Keys
The One-Touch Keys are used to store frequently dialled numbers. Any of the Keys can be
assigned as One-Touch Keys or Group Dial Keys. In addition, the last eight keys can be used as
Program Keys. Each Group Key can hold up to 50 One-Touch or Speed Dial numbers.(32 OneTouch Keys is applicable for MINOLTAFAX2800, 64 One-Touch Keys for MINOLTAFAX3800.)
18. The “+” Key
Used to register a combination dial in a One-Touch or Speed Dial Key, This symbol must follow
the initial number and be followed by a number stored in the One-Touch, Speed Dial Key or
entered via the Ten-Key Pad.
19. Mail Key
Use this key to receive or transmit E-Mail.(With upgrade I-Fax card)
20. Speed Dial Key
Use this to initiate speed dialling. Press the SPEED DIAL key and your three-digit code to start a
transmission.
21. Redial/Pause Key
Redial: Press this key to redial the last telephone number called.
Pause: Press this key to insert a pause in the number being stored. When you press this key, a “P”
is inserted within a number causing a 2.5 second delay when dialing. This is useful if you must dial
a prefix, such as 9 to pause briefly in order to access an outside telephone line. (A “P” after a series
of numbers adds 10 seconds to the normal time the machine waits for a remote receiver to answer
a call.)
22. Speaker Key
Press this key to switch the unit to the telephone line for direct (manual) dial from the machine’s
keypad. When pressed first, it also allows you to hear the dialing when using One-Touch, Speed
Dial, etc.
23. “*” Key
Press the “*” Key for tone dialing while your unit is set for pulse dialing. (This key is only
effective when the SPEAKER Key is used.)
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Panel
Description
24. Keypad
These twelve keys work for the internal telephone in the fax unit just like the keypad on regular
touch tone phones. You can use the keypad to dial a remote unit directly or to assign codes and
telephone numbers to One-Touch and Speed Dial locations.
25. “#” Key
Press the “#” Key to access internal line or PSTN line when your unit is set for use over a PBX
line.
26. Copy Key
Press the COPY Key to initiate copying documents that are loaded on the Document Feed Tray.
27. STOP Key
Use this key to stop copying, transmitting, dialling waiting to dial or scanning. You can also press
the STOP to return from any operation mode back to the standby status.
28. START Key
Press the START Key to begin transmitting, scanning, copying or manual fax reception.
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Definition of Display Symbols
The LCD Display shows the date, time of day, amount of memory available for
use, fax numbers, fax conditions and other information by means of either a
message or graphic. The follow table is a list of icons that can appear on the LCD
Display
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Signifies a fax or phone number.
Shown while the remote fax
number is being rung.
Prompts you to enter a fax
number.
Shown while the user’s local fax is
being rung.
Indicates the pause function is set
into the destination’s fax number.
Example 0P412641267
Shows the number of pages.
Example: A single page.
Indicates when the Internal PBX
function is set into the
destinations’s fax number.
Shown while a document is being
transmitted to the other party.
Indicates when the Sub Address
is set into the destination’s fax
number.
Example: 4126412 :8108
Shown while a document is being
received from the other party.
Indicates that a polling
transmission function has been
stored in memory.
Indicates that a document to be
transmitted by the timer
transmission function has been
stored in memory.
Indicates when the External PBX
to PSTN function is set into the
destination’s fax number
Indicates that a document to be
transmitted by the Internet Fax.
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Introduction
Chapter 2
Basic Operations
Sending a Document
Sending a Document
Note: To use some of the fax functions such as One-Touch and Speed
Dial you must first program your unit. If your unit has not yet been
programmed, refer to Chapter 4 Programming.
Using Memory Transmit
Since your fax unit provides multi access capabilities, you can scan documents
into memory for transmission, even if your unit is in the process of transmitting
data from memory, receiving data or printing a file from the PC.
Note: If the unit runs out of memory during scanning, you can use
manual transmission by pressing the SPEAKER key or by using the
Direct Transmit ADF TX procedure.
2-1
1
Place your document face down on the
Document Feed Tray.
2
Adjust the Document Side Guides to
the edges of the document.
3
Use the TYPE ORG. Key to select the desired contrast:
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Use this setting
for this
Normal
Regular documents. (Default)
Dark
Documents that are dark.
Light
Documents with very fine or light characters.
Basic Operations
Sending a Document
4
Use the RESOLUTION Key to select the desired resolution:
Use this setting
for this
Standard
Documents with standard size characters, such as typed documents.
Fine
Documents with smaller size characters, like newsprint.
(Copy Default)
Extra Fine
Documents with very fine or light characters.
5
If you are sending a photograph, press the HALF TONE Key for best
results.
6
Enter the remote Fax number using the
numeric Key Pad.
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•
7
ENTER FAX NO.
or FUNCTION
The unit scans the document into
memory and sends it to the location you selected.
The unit automatically returns to standby mode when finished
transmitting.
To stop a transmission, press the STOP Key.
COPY
ABC
DEF
2
3
JKL
MNO
5
6
TUV
WXYZ
8
9
0
#
STOP
START
Memory Overflow Transmit
When your unit senses it runs out of memory if a half page of your document is
being scanned in ADF, it will stop
transmission and following LCD
CAUTION
messages appeared, press the STOP key
MEMORY FULL
to recover your machine at stand by state
and press STOP key again to reject your
* CAUTION*
document out from ADF.
MEM.FULL/TX CANCEL
In this situation ADF TX is recommended,
it will scan one page and TX one page and scan one page and so on, refer to page 4-27
Note: Prior to placing the original face down on the document feeder for
transmission, the fax number can be entered on the MINOLTAFAX 2800 /
3800. This enables you to reference the fax number on the original, enter the
number and then place the original face down for transmission.
Basic Operations
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Sending a Document
Using the SPEAKER Key
Use the SPEAKER dial sequence when it is necessary to listen to the
“Handshake”. This is an important troubleshooting aid to see if a transmission
fault is phone related or not. It is possible to dial a location using any combination
of TEN-Key, One Touch Dial, or Speed Dial Directories.
1
Place your document face down on the Document Feed Tray.
2
Adjust the Document Side Guides to the edges of the document.
3
Use the TYPE ORG. Key to select the desired contrast:
4
Use the RESOLUTION Key to select the desired resolution:
5
Press the SPEAKER Key.
SPEED DIAL
REDIAL
/PAUSE
6
2-3
Enter the remote fax number using one of
the entry methods.
7
listen until the remote fax unit answers,
then press the START Key.
8
To stop a transmission already in progress,
press the STOP Key.
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
7
8
9
*
0
#
SPEAKER
(7776665555)
-PUSH START KEY-
Basic Operations
Sending a Document
Using Combination Dial
This is used when the number exceeds the 30 digit limit for a single location. The
number is split between two locations and the two are automatically linked when
the first of the two is used. It is possible to input dialing numbers continuously.
You can enter another One-Touch, Speed Dial or Ten Key followed by the combination dial numbers (phone numbers last digits is ‘+’ in One Touch or Speed Dial
Key). The telephone number limit is 30 digits.
1
Place your document face down on the Document Feed Tray.
2
Adjust the Document Side Guides to the edges of the document.
3
Use the TYPE ORG. Key to select the desired contrast:
4
Use the RESOLUTION Key to select the desired resolution:
5
Press a One-Touch Key.
•
6
Press the second One-Touch key containing the additional numbers and
press START.
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7
Basic Operations
The One-Touch number should have a “+” at the end indicating an
additional Key has been programmed to extend the length of the
number.
The unit scans the document into memory and sends it to the location
you selected.
The unit automatically returns to standby mode when finished
transmitting.
To stop a transmission, press the STOP Key.
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Dialing Methods
Dialing Methods
You can use the following methods to dial a remote facsimile number from your
unit.
2-5
Use this setting
for this
1. Key Pad Dial
Dial the number of the remote facsimile using the numeric keypad. You
can also use the Arrow Key to correct any mistakes. (A maximum of 30
digits are allowed, including the “PAUSE” (P).
2. One Touch Dial
Press a ONE TOUCH Key. Its number will be displayed and the unit
scans the document and dials the number automatically. See the
Advanced Operations.
3. Speed Dial
Press the SPEED DIAL Key and enter a three-digit dial number from the
keypad. The Speed Dial number is shown on the display. The unit scans
the document and dials the number automatically.
4. Group Dial
Press a ONE-TOUCH Key. Any One-Touch Key can be programmed for
Group Dialing. The Group Name is shown on the display. The unit scans
the document and dials the numbers automatically.
5. Program Dial
Several transmission functions can be programmed in any of the last eight
One-Touch Keys. To utilize these functions, press the corresponding OneTouch Key.
For example: if you want to set up an after-hours broadcast which is
performed regularly, you can register the necessary functions in a
Program Dial Key.
6. Using Combination Dial
If the One-Touch or Speed Dial phone number displays a “+” as the last
character, additional numbers are necessary to complete the dialing. The
additional numbers may be stored in a One-Touch or Speed Dial location,
or may be entered using the key pad.
7. Using the “#” Key
In most PBX applications, a prefix is necessary ahead of the outside
phone number in order to access an outside line. Once this prefix number
has been programmed into the machine, pressing the “#” Key
automatically enters it in the string.
Basic Operations
Receiving a Document
Receiving a Document
Use automatic receiving when you want your fax to automatically receive faxes
without any intervention from you.
Auto Receive
1
Make sure your unit is ready to receive.
•
When your unit rings, the LCD shows
this message.
•
If the sending location is recognized,
the blank is filled in with the name or
telephone number of the location.
•
When the transmission is complete this
message is displayed. The number at
the end of the second line indicates the
number of pages sent.
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Basic Operations
When the document starts to print, the
following message is displayed. The
return of the second line shows that
other operations such as sending a Fax
or making a copy are now available.
When the final page prints, the display
shows the following message. The
number shows the number of pages
printed
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CHICAGO
20P
*PRINT DOC*
90%
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*PRINT COMPLETE*
20P
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Receiving a Document
Manual Receive
In the manual receive mode, you can talk to the caller and start the receive the
document after the conversation is over.
1
When your unit rings, answer the phone.
2
If it is evident that it is a fax transmission,
press the START Key on your unit and
then replace the phone on the cradle.
•
An intermittent tone after picking up
the handset indicates a fax call.
•
When your unit recognizes the signal as
a fax call, the LCD shows this message.
•
If the sending location is recognized,
the blank is filled in with the name or
telephone number of the location.
•
When the transmission is complete this
message is displayed. The number at
the end of the second line indicates the
number of pages sent.
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When the document starts to print the
following message is displayed. The
return of the second line shows that
other operations such as sending a Fax
or making a copy are now available.
When the final page prints, the display
shows the following message. The
number shows the number of pages
printed.
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) 100%
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-SET DOC. FACE DOWN*RX COMPLETE*
CHICAGO
20P
*PRINT DOC*
90%
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*PRINT COMPLETE*
20P
Basic Operations
Receiving a Document
Memory Receive (Memory Lock)
This option saves all incoming faxes into memory. To access and print these
documents, you must enter a password.
Note: If you don’t have a password, contact your Key Operator to
provide this.
1
With your unit in a ready position, the
following message appears.
2
When your unit rings, the LCD shows this
message.
3
If the sending location is recognized, the
blank is filled in with the name or
telephone number of the location.
4
When the transmission is complete this
message is displayed. The number at the
end of the second line indicates the number
of pages sent.
5
The document ‘prints’ into memory.
6
When the final page ‘prints’, the display
shows the following message. The number
shows the number of pages printed.
<<M-RX>>
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) 100%
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(CHICAGO) 100%
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*RX COMPLETE*
CHICAGO
20P
<<M-RX 10P>>
80%
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*PRINT COMPLETE*
20P
Note: If you want to print documents from memory receive, please
refer to chapter3--Print Memory RX.
Basic Operations
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Receiving a Document
Substitute Memory Receive
If the facsimile unit should encounter any of the following situations, it will
switch from direct reception mode to memory reception mode.
Machine runs out of paper
Machine runs out of toner
Printer Cover is open
Recording Paper Jam
Machine trouble
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•
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•
1
2
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With your unit in a ready position, the
following message appears.
•
When your unit rings, the LCD shows
this message.
•
If for any of the above reasons your unit
cannot receive and print the message,
an error message is displayed.
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15P
RECORDING PAPER JAM
Take whatever actions are required to clear the error.
•
When the error is removed, the unit
returns to normal operation and starts
printing the documents stored in
memory.
•
When the final page prints, the display
shows the following message. The
number shows the number of pages
printed.
*PRINT DOC.
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*PRINT COMPLETE*
15P
Basic Operations
Making Copies
Making Copies
With your facsimile unit, you can make from 1 to 99 high quality copies of an
original document. The Document Feeder can hold up to 50 originals.
Procedure
1
Place your document face down on
the Document Feed Tray.
2
Adjust the Document Side Guides to
the edges of the document.
3
The LCD Message Display indicates
the following:
4
Use the TYPE ORG. Key to select
the desired contrast:
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•
5
D
Use NORM for regular
documents.
Use LIGHT for documents with
very fine or light characters.
Use DARK for documents that
are dark.
FINE EX-FINE
HALF TONE
LIGHT NORM DARK
RESOLUTION
HALF TONE
TYPE ORG.
SCHEDULE
JOURNAL
REPORT
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>
AUT
SLEEP
WAKEUP
Use the RESOLUTION Key to
select the desired resolution:
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•
STD
FINE EX-FINE
Use STD (Standard) for
documents with standard size
RESOLUTION
characters, such as typed
documents.
SCHEDULE
Use FINE for documents with
<
DE DELETE
smaller size characters, like
newsprint.
Use EX-FINE for documents with very fine characters.
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Basic Operations
ENTER FAX NO.
or FUNCTION
HALF TONE
LIGHT NORM DARK
HALF TONE
TYPE ORG.
JOURNAL
REPORT
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Making Copies
6
Use HALF TONE for documents such as photos that have a gray scale.
HALF TONE may be used in combination with Original Types and
Resolution Keys.
7
Press the COPY Key.
COPY
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
7
8
9
8
The LCD readout displays the following:
9
Enter the number of copies you need using
the Numeric Keypad.
10
STOP
START
*COPY* COPIES=01
OK=START
*COPY* COPIES=02
OK=START(SORT=YES)
If you have entered more than “1” as your quantity, press the YES Key to sort the
set, or press START to STACK the sets.
This mode
does this
STACK (Default)
Copies the original document according to the page number order.
Example: If you are making two copies of pages 1 through 4, the copies
are produced in this order: 1, 1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 4, 4
SORTER
Copies the original document according to sort order.
Example: If you are making two copies of pages 1 through 4, the copies
are produced in this order: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4
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ABC
The unit scans the document into memory and then makes copies.
The unit automatically returns to standby mode.
Basic Operations
Chapter 3
Advanced Facsimile
Using the Function Menu
Using the Function Menu
The FUNCTION Key is used to access the most often used fax functions. Listed
below are the menus you will encounter.
FUNCTION
1 BROADCAST
2 TIMER TX
3 MAILBOX TX
4 PRINT MAILBOX RX
5 PRINT MEMORY RX
6 POLLING TX
7 POLLING RX
8 RELAY INITIATE
1
To access these functions, press the
FUNCTION Key.
2
To select an option, perform one of the
following:.
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FUNCTION
SEL. 1-8 OR FUNCTION
Press the number of the item you want.
OR, Press FUNCTION a second time and use the arrow keys to go the
menu item you want.
OR, Press FUNCTION continually until you reach the menu item you
want.
Advanced Facsimile
Broadcast
Broadcast
The Broadcast feature allows you to send the same document to up to 148
destination on the MINOLTAFAX2800 and 180 destination on the
MINOLTAFAX3800 in the same session. The facsimile will scan the document
into memory and transmit it sequentially to different destinations.
The facsimile can broadcast to destinations consisting of all One-Touch Dials, 100
Speed Dials and 16 manually dialed numbers.
If you frequently send documents to the same multiple location, you can set up a
Group Dial Key to automatically broadcast to these locations. See the Facsimile
Programming Chapter for more info.
Procedure
1
Select the Original Type, Resolution if
necessary and place your document in the
Document Feeder face down.
2
Press the FUNCTION Key and enter 1 to
select the Broadcast function.
3
The following message appears briefly to
confirm your selection.
4
Enter the Broadcast location number. This
can be a One-Touch Key, a Speed Dial
Key, a Group Dial Key, a Combination
Dial Key, or manually entered telephone
numbers. Press YES between location.
5
Advanced Facsimile
When all the numbers have been entered,
press START to begin your Broadcast
session
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SEL. 1-8 OR FUNCTION
1 BROADCAST
NO.001=_
OK=YES
(DEL=NO)
NO.002=_
(Fin.=START)
3-2
Timer TX (Delay Transmission)
Timer TX (Delay Transmission)
This feature allows you to set a specified start time within 24 hours to send
documents at a later time. Set the reservation timer using military time (24 hour
format). This functions can also be combined with Broadcast, Mailbox TX,
Polling RX, or Relay Initiate.
Procedure
3-3
1
Select the Original Type and Resolution if
necessary and place your document in the
Document Feeder face down.
2
Press the FUNCTION Key and press 2 to
select the Timer TX menu.
3
The following message appears briefly to
confirm your selection.
4
Enter the time you wish the Transmission
to begin.
5
Enter the destination fax number. If you
press FUNCTION, the available types of
Delay Transmissions are: manually entered
fax number, Broadcast, Mailbox Polling
RX or Relay Initiate.
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SEL. 1-8 OR FUNCTION
2 TIMER TX
TIMER=_0:00
OK=YES
ENTER FAX NO.
or FUNCTION
Advanced Facsimile
Mailbox TX
Mailbox TX
This operation is normally used to send confidential messages. Mailbox TX
allows the sender the ability to send a fax message to a remote machine to be
stored in memory. Only the user with the correct password can print the
document. This function works only with a compatible fax machine that is set up
for Mailbox reception. You need to enter the correct Mailbox ID and Mailbox PW
for successful transmission.
Procedure
1
Select the Original Type, Resolution if
necessary and place your document in the
Document Feeder face down.
2
Press the FUNCTION Key and press 3 to
select the Mailbox TX menu.
3
The following message appears briefly to
confirm your selection.
4
Enter the destination fax number.
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SEL. 1-8 OR FUNCTION
3 MAILBOX TX
ENTER FAX NO.
OK=YES
Advanced Facsimile
5
Enter 20-digit the Mailbox ID.
6
Enter the 20-digit Mailbox Password and
press YES.
(DEL=NO)
MAILBOX ID=
OK=YES
PASSWORD=
OK=YES
3-4
Print Mailbox RX
Print Mailbox RX
This operation is normally used to receive confidential messages. Mailbox TX
allows the sender the ability to send a fax message to your machine to be stored in
memory. Only the user with the correct password can print the document. This
function works only with a compatible fax machine and your machine must be set
up for Mailbox reception. You need to enter the correct Mailbox Password to
access the documents in your Mailbox.
Your fax unit can be programmed with up to 10 virtual mailboxes. Each Mailbox
is assigned a 20-digit Password. This Password is required to access the
documents setting in your Mailbox.
Note: To set up a Mailbox and assign a Password or to change your
present one, contact your Key Operator for assistance.
Procedure
3-5
1
Press the FUNCTION Key and press 4 to
select the Print Mailbox RX menu.
2
The following message appears briefly to
confirm your selection.
3
Enter the 20-digit Mailbox PW to your
Mailbox and press YES.
4
If you enter the wrong PW you are
prompted and then given an opportunity to
enter the correct PW number.
5
When the contents of your Mailbox has
printed, you are prompted that printing is
complete.
FUNCTION
SEL. 1-8 OR FUNCTION
4 PRINT MAILBOX RX
MAILBOX PW=_
OK=YES
(DEL=NO)
*WRONG MAILBOX PW*
*PRINT COMPLETE*
Advanced Facsimile
Print Memory RX
Print Memory RX
1
Press the FUNCTION Key and press 5 to select the
Print Memory RX menu.
2
The following message appears briefly to confirm
your selection.
3
Enter your Memory RX password (20-digit) and
press YES.
4
When the content of your Memory RX has printed,
you are prompted that printing is complete.
FUNCTION
SEL. 1-8 OR FUNCTION
5 PRINT MEMORY RX
PASSWORD=_
OK=YES
(DEL=NO)
*PRINT MEMORY RX*
*PRINT COMPLETE*
Advanced Facsimile
3-6
Polling TX
Polling TX
Polling TX allows you to set a document to be retrieved by a remote fax machine.
Your fax machine will automatically send the stored document in response to
polling requests from remote devices. You need to set a polling ID and 20-digit
security code to prevent unauthorized polling.
Polling TX offers Single and Multi Modes.
In Single Mode, the specified file will be deleted after it has been
successfully transmitted.
In Multi Mode, the specified file has to be manually deleted during a
polling TX or by Cancel Reservation Session.
•
•
Note: You need to set a 4-digit security code to prevent
unauthorized polling. Contact your Key Operator to have this set
up for you.
Procedure
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1
Select the Original Type, Resolution if
necessary and place your document in the
Document Feeder face down.
2
Press the FUNCTION Key and press 6 to
select the Polling TX menu.
3
The following message appears briefly to
confirm your selection.
4
Enter the 20-digit Polling ID.
5
Enter the 20-digit Polling PW and press
YES.
6
If you enter a registered polling ID you are
prompted and then given an opportunity to
delete this stored Polling TX or keep as it
is.
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6 POLLING TX
POLLING ID=_
OK=YES
(DEL=NO)
POLLING PW=_
OK=YES
(DEL=NO)
REGISTED! KEEP?
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
Advanced Facsimile
Polling TX
Advanced Facsimile
7
Select either Single or Multi and press YES
to start the Polling session.
8
Your document is scanned into memory,
ready for it to be polled. The “P” in the
Message Display indicated the Polling
Document is in memory.
*SINGLE
MULTI
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
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Polling RX
Polling RX
Polling RX allows you to obtain stored documents in another fax by calling the
remote fax and instructing it to transmit. To receive (poll) the document, you need
to enter the correct polling PW number.
Your unit sends the Polling PW code to the remote unit. The remote unit allows
your unit to poll if your PW code matches the remote unit document PW.
Note: Contact the Key Operator of the remote unit for the correct
Polling PW number.
Procedure
1
Press the FUNCTION Key and press 7 to
select the Polling RX menu.
2
The following message appears briefly to
confirm your selection.
7 POLLING RX
3
Enter the One-Touch key of the remote fax
unit or enter the phone of the remote unit
manually and press YES.
NO.001=_
OK=YES
(SEP=
)
4
Enter the 20-digit Polling ID.
5
Enter the 20-digit Polling PW for the
remote location.
If you do not have this PW, you will have
to contact the Key Operator for the remote
fax unit for this information.
6
You are given the opportunity to enter
additional locations to poll. To finish, press
START.
NO.002=_
You are given the opportunity to check the
destinations you have selected. To initiate
the Polling session, press START.
CHECK DESTINATIONS?
OK=YES (Fin.=START)
7
3-9
FUNCTION
SEL. 1-8 OR FUNCTION
POLLING ID=_
OK=YES
(DEL=NO)
POLLING PW=_
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
(Fin.=START)
Advanced Facsimile
Polling RX
Continuous Polling RX
Your unit can be programmed to continuously poll up to ten groups. Each group
can contain up to ten location. This allows a central unit to poll remote units on a
continuous basis. Any time a document is placed in the remote unit for Polling
TX, your machine will automatically receive it. Refer to the Program section for
programming details. (Refer to page 4-36)
Advanced Facsimile
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Relay Initiate
Relay Initiate
Relay TX allows the operator to make one long distance call to a remote unit and
the remote unit will relay the message to one or more fax units in the local area.
With this function, you can save valuable time and telephone charges. This
function can also instruct the remote fax machine to send an activity report to one
of its One-Touch or Speed Dial location.
Note: If no One-Touch or Speed Dial Keys were set up, no reports
will be generated.
Procedure
1
Select the Original Type, Resolution if
necessary and place your document in the
Document Feeder face down.
2
Press the FUNCTION Key and press 8 to
select the Relay Initiate menu.
3
The following messages appear briefly to
confirm your selection.
4
Enter the destination fax number.
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8 RELAY INITIATE
ENTER FAX NO.
OK=YES
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5
Enter the 20-digit Relay Box ID.
6
Enter the 20-digit password.
(DEL=NO)
RELAY BOX ID=
OK=YES
PASSWORD=
OK=YES
Advanced Facsimile
Using Combination Dial
Using Combination Dial
Because the telephone number in each One-Touch and Speed Dial location is
limited to 30 digits, it might be necessary to combine two or more One-Touch or
Speed Dial locations to call one location.
Procedure
Advanced Facsimile
1
Select the Original Type, Resolution if
necessary and place your document in the
Document Feeder face down.
2
Press any of the One-Touch or Speed Dial
Keys you have programmed.
3
The following messages appear briefly to
confirm your selection.
4
If the displayed number has a “+” as the
last digit, additional numbers must be used
to dial this locaiton.
5
At this point, you have the option to enter the additional numbers using the
Ten-Key Pad, selecting another One-Touch Key or entering another Speed
Dial number.
6
Enter your selection.
7
To begin transmitting, press START.
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YES / or
ONE TOUCH 01
1234+
12345678
(TX=START)
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JOURNAL Key
JOURNAL Key
The Journal Key allows users to press the Up or Down Arrow Keys to check the
transmission results of the last 60 communications on the LCD screen. Pressing
the START Key then prints the report.
1
With your unit at a ready condition, press
the Journal Key.
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HALF TONE
TYPE ORG.
SCHEDULE
JOURNAL
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2
Using the Up and Down Arrows, select the
TX you wish to check the status on.
3
Press the START Key to print the report.
AB
1
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1 (MAR.01 14:00)TX
NY OFFICE
-OK
Advanced Facsimile
2
REPORT Key
REPORT Key
The Report Key allows users to press the Up or Down Arrow Keys to print a
desired report. Pressing the YES Key then prints the report.
1
With your unit at a ready condition, press
the Report Key.
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HALF TONE
LIGHT NORM DARK
HALF TONE
TYPE ORG.
JOURNAL
REPORT
A
SLEEP
WAKEUP
>
MAIL
2
Using the Up and Down Arrows, select the
Report you wish to print. The report in the
order they appear are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
3
Advanced Facsimile
ABC
DE
TX RESULT REPORT?
OK=YES
TX RESULT REPORT?
RX RESULT REPORT?
ACTIVITY REPORT?
MEMORY DATA LIST?
MEMORY IMAGE PRINT?
ONE-TOUCH LIST?
SPEED DIAL LIST?
KEY SETTING LIST?
MACHINE STATUS LIST?
CONTINU. RX LIST?
RELAY BOX LIST?
Press the YES Key to print the report.
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Reports
Reports
Many of the available reports can be programmed to print automatically. If you
wish to have these set up, contact your Key Operator to set these up or refer to the
Chapter on Programming.
Transmit Message Confirmation
If TX Message Confirmation Report is turned ON, this unit automatically prints a
Confirmation Report. If it is turned OFF, you can still check transmission results
by printing the Activity Report or pressing the JOURNAL Key to view the
Journal on the LCD.
If the transmission is successful, the unit prints a report with the date and time, the
receiver’s number, the number of pages that were sent and other useful
information.
If the document was scanned into memory, the report prints a copy of the first
page of the transmission on the report for your reference.
If the transmission was not completed, the unit prints out an error report.
Manual TX Report
This function can be used to save paper and bulk in your files by printing the TX
Results on the back of the original.
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1
When the document has finished sending,
place it face up in the By-Pass Feed Tray.
2
Press the JOURNAL Key.
3
If you are doing this immediately after
sending the document, press START.
4
If there has been other sessions since your transmission, use the Arrow
Keys to scroll through the list and locate the phone number you sent to and
press START.
Advanced Facsimile
SCHEDULE Key
SCHEDULE Key
Press this key to view the transaction in memory file, such as memory
transmission or polling. You can press the YES key to cancel this schedule.
1
With your unit at a ready condition, press
the Schedule Key.
NOV.06 15:38
100%
-SET DOC. FACE DOWNFINE EX-FINE
HALF TONE
SCHEDULE
JOURNAL
<
>
N CODE DELETE
06
07
08
38
39
40
F
Advanced Facsimile
HALF TONE
RESOLUTION
<
<
STD
G
LIGHT NO
TYPE
REP
MAIL
H
2
If there are no messages in memory, the
following message appears.
3
Messages in memory, the following
message appears. Press the Up and Down
Arrow Keys to select the desired message.
4
Press the Right Arrow Key to Confirm the
location this message is being set to.
5
Use the Up and Down Arrows to select the
locations you wish to check and press
YES.
001=DALLAS
CHECK FINISH=YES
6
If you selected Delete in Step 4, you are
given the opportunity to delete that
transmission.
004[1234] POLL TX
CANCELED
*NONE*
001[14:55] B-CAST
DELETE or (CONF.= )
001[14:55] B-CAST
DELETE or (CONF.= )
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PIN CODE Key
PIN CODE Key
The PIN CODE (Personal Identification Number) prevents unauthorized
personnel from making calls. Some office telephone systems require you to enter
not only the phone number but also a PIN number when you dial an outside line.
You can dial a PIN plus fax number, but the PIN will not appear in the LCD or on
any printout.
1
With your unit at a ready condition, press
the PIN CODE Key.
NOV.06 15:38
100%
-SET DOC. FACE DOWN-
YES
NO
05
06
07
08
38
39
40
14
45
L
3
Select the remote location using a OneTouch Key, a Speed Dial Key or manually
entering the number from the 10-Key Pad.
F
E
13
Enter your PIN Code, make sure it is
correct and press YES.
<
PIN CODE DELETE
37
D
2
<
<
SCHEDULE
46
M
G
15
47
N
H
16
48
O
P
PIN=_
OK=YES
_
(TX=START)
Note: The entry of your PIN is active only for this session and must
be re-entered for each new session.
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Advanced Facsimile
SPEAKER Key
SPEAKER Key
The SPEAKER Key allows the user to transmit manually. The SPEAKER Key
also allows you to verify that the line is properly connected by enabling you to
hear signals from the speaker built into the fax machine.
1
With your unit at a ready condition, press
the Hook Key.
NOV.06 15:38
100%
-SET DOC. FACE DOWNG
H
1
2
GHI
JKL
4
5
PQRS
TUV
7
8
*
0
16
SPEED DIAL
48
O
P
24
REDIAL
/PAUSE
56
W
X
32
64
SPEAKER
CAP
Advanced Facsimile
2
Enter the number of the remote unit you
wish to transmit to using a One-Touch Key,
Speed Dial Key or manually entering it
using the 10-Key Pad.
3
Once the remote machine has answered,
press the START Key to begin the
transmission.
4
Press the Right Arrow Key to Confirm the
location this message is being set to.
•
While the message is being sent you
can hear the tones and this message
appears.
•
While the message is being sent you
can hear the tones and this message
appears.
*SPEAKER*
(DALLAS)
-PUSH START Key-
001[14:55] B-CAST
DELETE or (CONF.= )
001=DALLAS
CHECK FINISH=YES
(DALLAS)
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F Codes
F Codes
F codes have been standardized by the Communications Industry Association of
Japan and are based upon sub-address communications. These codes enable
secure communication between devices of varying manufacturers.
This function is available for Mailbox TX/RX, Relay Broadcasting, Polling TX/
RX.
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Advanced Facsimile
Chapter 4
Facsimile Programming
Accessing The User Program Area
Accessing The User Program Area
This section gives step-by-step instructions on how to program the number to be stored in
the One-Touch, Speed Dial and Group Dial Keys. In addition, it shows you how to set up
special parameters for each One-Touch Key, including Batch Time and Relay Broadcast.
Menu Navigation
1
Press the PROGRAM Key.
2
Use the Up or Down Arrows to step through the available menu options, or
continue to press the PROGRAM Key to step it to the next menu item. The main
menu items are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
When on the Initial User Data option, press YES.
4
Use the Arrows to step through the available menu
items until you find the one you wish to program.
5
4-1
DIAL REGISTRATION?
SCANNING & PRINTING?
TX OPERATION?
RX OPERATION?
MACHINE OPERATION?
REPORT?
INITIAL USER DATA?
SET PRINTER?
LINE 2 SETTING?
INTERNET FAX?
Note: A more complete menu appears on the next page. See “Menu
Structure.”
3
•
•
•
•
DIAL REGISTRATION?
YES / or 1-6
INITIAL USER DATA?
YES / or 1-4
1 DATE & TIME?
OK=YES
1 DATE & TIME?
2 USER FAX NO.?
3 USER NAME?
4 DEPARTMENT PW?
Use the Left, Right, Up or Down Arrows to navigate through the menus.
Facsimile Programming
Accessing The User Program Area
Menu Structure
Listed below are the PROGRAM Menu selections as they appear in your unit. Also
shown are the available selections and the default settings. Once inside each selection,
you will find additional help and guidance.
Menu Group
Sub-Menu Selections
Choices Available
Default
DIAL
REGISTRATION?
1 ONE-TOUCH DIAL
2 SPEED DIAL
3 GROUP DIAL
4 PROGRAM DIAL
5 BATCH TX
6 RELAY BOX
One-Touch
Speed Dial
Group Dial
Program Dial
Start Time
Not
Not
Not
Not
Off
SCANNING &
PRINTING?
1 RESOLUTION
2 SCAN CONTRAST
3 PRINT DENSITY
4 REDUCTION COPY
5 REC. PAPER SIZE
Standard/Fine/Extra Fine
LIGHT/NORMAL/DARK
Dark to Light (6 steps)
On / Off
LETTER / LEGAL / A4
Standard
Normal
Step 4
Off
A4 / Letter(USA)
TX OPERATION?
1 DEFAULT TX
2 CLOSED NETWORK
3 FAX FORWARDING
4 HEADER
MEM TX / ADF TX
On / Off
On / Off
On / Off
MEMORY TX
Off
On
On (Not applicable
in U.S.A.)
RX OPERATION?
1 MEMORY RX MODE
2 NO. of RINGS
3 TWO PAGE PRINT
4 REDUCTION RX
5 MAILBOX RX
6 CLOSED NETWORK
7 RX MODE
8 FOOTER
9 CONTINUE POLL RX
On / Off
1 to 16
On / On(Sort) / Off
On / Off / Cut
Password
On / Off
Auto / Manual
On / Off
ON / Off
Off
2
Off
On
Not Required
Off
Auto
Off
Off
MACHINE
OPERATIONS?
1 LCD CONTRAST
2 TONE / PULSE
3 BUZZER VOLUME
4 LINE MONITOR
5 REMOTE MONITOR
6 PSTN / PBX
7 POWER SAVE MODE
8 POWER SAVE TIME
9 DRUM COUNTER
DARK
LIGHT
Tone / Pulse(10PPS/20)
Hi / Low / Off
Hi / Low / Off
On / Off
PSTN / PBX
Off / Timer (On and Off)
1 to 120 min
Tone
Low
Low
Off
PSTN
Timer
15 min
REPORT?
1 ACTIVITY REPORT
2 RESERV. REPORT
3 TX RESULT REPORT
4 RX RESULT REPORT
5 BROADCAST REPORT
6 TONER LOW REPORT
On / Off
On / Off
On / Off
On / Off
On / Off
On / Off + Tel #
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Facsimile Programming
4-2
Accessing The User Program Area
Menu Group
Sub-Menu Selections
Choices Available
Default
INITIAL USER DATA?
1 DATE & TIME
2 USER FAX NO.
3 USER NAME
4 DEPARTMENT ID
Date & Time
User Fax No.
User Name
On / Off
Jan 1 1990
Required
Required
Off
SET PRINTER?
1 AUTO CASSETTE SEL.
2 NUMBER OF COPIES
3 SYMBOL SET
4 FONT NUMBER
5 LINE NUMBER
6 *PRINT FONT*
7 PCL4
8 GDI ENHANCE
On / Off
1 to 99
IBM-US(24 types of fonts)
1 to 6
5 to 127
Off
1
IBM-US
1
64
Not Required
Off
Off
1 LINE 2 FAX NO.
2 TX LINE PRIORITY
Line 2 Fax No.
Set Line 1 or Line 2 for TX
Priority
Tone / Pulse
LINE 2 SETTING?
3 LINE 2 TONE/PULSE
INTERNET FAX?
4-3
1 E-MAIL SETTING
2 SERVER SETTING
3 POP3 INTERVAL
4 TIME OUT SETTING
5 ERROR REPORT
6 TIME ZONE
On / Off
On / Off
1 to 120 minutes
1 to 5 minutes
ENABLE / DISABLE
Line 1 Priority
Tone
ENABLE/30min
3min
ENABLE
Facsimile Programming
Accessing The User Program Area
Entering Numbers and Letters
1
To enter numbers into a numeric field, use
the 10-Key Pad.
COPY
AL
L
E
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
7
8
9
*
0
#
STOP
START
R
2
To enter letters into an alpha field,
use the One-Touch Keys.
01
02
33
03
34
09
42
43
17
18
19
50
49
51
Q
25
3
To enter a Space between numbers
or letters, use One-Touch Key #31.
58
59
30
62
@
Facsimile Programming
5
To enter a European Symbol, press
One-Touch Key 29 and then the
number of the symbol you need.
.
62
@
56
W
X
31
32
63
64
CAP
/PAUSE
56
W
.
P
24
55
V
30
61
-/&
55
V
U
61
To enter a Symbol, press OneTouch Key 28 and then the number
of the symbol you need.
60
+/-
54
53
29
48
O
23
54
U
H
16
47
N
22
53
T
28
Z
29
4
S
27
Y
21
52
R
26
57
20
40
G
15
46
M
08
39
F
14
45
L
07
38
E
13
44
K
06
37
D
12
J
I
05
36
C
11
10
41
04
35
B
A
PQ
7
X
31
32
63
64
CAP
SPEAKER
*
4-4
Initial User Data
Initial User Data
Entering The Date & Time
When you set the date and time, they appear on the LCD when the unit is in standby mode.
They also print at the top of each page you transmit to another location. The date and time
must be set in order to use the Delay Transmit, Broadcast, and Polling functions of your
unit. Follow these instructions for entering the current date and time.
1
Use the Menu Navigation procedure on page 4-1 to
access the DATE & TIME? menu selection.
2
Press YES. Enter the Time and Date using the 10Keypad.
3
After entering this information, check to make sure it is correct. If correct, press YES to
enter it in memory. If it is incorrect, press NO and re-enter the information.
1 DATE & TIME?
OK=YES
12:39
‘90 01 15
SET TIME (OK=YES)
Entering Your Telephone Number
To have your phone number display on the faxes you transmit:
4-5
1
Use the Menu Navigation procedure on page 4-1 to
access the USER FAX NO.? menu selection.
2
Press YES. Enter your number.
3
After entering your number, check to make sure it is correct. If correct, press YES to enter it
in memory. If the number is incorrect, press NO and re-enter the correct number.
2 USER FAX NO.?
OK=YES
_
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
Facsimile Programming
Initial User Data
Entering Your User Name
To have your user name display on the faxes you transmit:
1
Use the Menu Navigation procedure on page 4-1 to
access the USER NAME? menu selection.
2
Press YES. Enter your name.
3
After entering your name, check to make sure it is correct. If correct, press YES to
enter it in memory. If the name is incorrect, press NO and re-enter the correct name.
3 USER NAME?
OK=YES
NAME=_
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
Setting Department PW
Note: This function is set by the Key Operator. Please direct all questions to
them.
Facsimile Programming
4-6
Machine Operations
Machine Operations
This section describes the choices available in the Machine Operations Menu. Some
choices may not be available to you depending on your country’s regulations.
Setting the LCD Contrast
There are four contrast levels that you can select depending on the LCD.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Machine Operation
menu and press YES.
2
Press YES since this is the first menu to appear.
3
Use the Left / Right Arrow Keys to select the
contrast level that you wish to use.
MACHINE OPERATION?
YES / or 1-8
1 LCD CONTRAST?
OK=YES
DARK
LIGHT
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”
Setting the Correct Dialing Type (Tone/Pulse)
Select either TONE or PULSE according to the type of telephone system connection to the
facsimile unit.
4-7
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Machine Operations
menu and press YES.
2
Scroll through the menu options until the TONE/
PULSE options appear and press YES.
3
Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys to select either
TONE or PULSE and press YES.
MACHINE OPERATION?
YES / or 1-8
2 TONE/PULSE
OK=YES
*TONE PULSE
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Facsimile Programming
Machine Operations
Setting the Buzzer Volume
Use this to set the buzzer volume to the suited level.
Facsimile Programming
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Machine Operations
menu and press YES.
2
Press 3 or press the down arrow twice to reach the
Buzzer Volume Menu. Press YES.
3
Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys to select either
HIGH, LOW or OFF and press YES.
MACHINE OPERATION?
YES / or 1-8
3 BUZZER VOLUME?
OK=YES
HIGH
*LOW
OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Choices Available
Description
HIGH
Buzzer Volume is set at the loudest setting available.
LOW
Buzzer Volume is set at the lowest setting available.
OFF
No sound will be heard.
4-8
Machine Operations
Setting the Line Monitor (Speaker) Volume
Use this to set the speaker volume while monitoring the fax activity.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Machine Operations
menu and press YES.
2
Press 4 or press the down arrow three times to
reach the Line Monitor Menu. Press YES.
3
Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys to select either
HIGH, LOW or OFF and press YES.
MACHINE OPERATION?
YES / or 1-8
4 LINE MONITOR?
OK=YES
HIGH
*LOW
OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Choices Available
Description
HIGH
Speaker Volume is set at the loudest setting available.
LOW
Speaker Volume is set at the lowest setting available.
OFF
No sound will be heard.
Selecting Remote Monitor
This function allows service personnel to access the unit remotely. It is possible for the
Service Representative to monitor and change machine settings. This allows them to fix
your unit over the telephone.
4-9
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Machine Operations
menu and press YES.
2
Press 5 or press the down arrow four times to reach
the Remote Monitor Menu. Press YES.
3
Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys to select either ON
or OFF and press YES.
MACHINE OPERATION?
YES / or 1-8
5 REMOTE MONITOR?
OK=YES
ON
*OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Facsimile Programming
Machine Operations
Setting Your Fax Line Type (PSTN/PBX)
Select either PSTN or PBX depending on how your phone is connected. If your unit is
connected to the public switch telephone network (PSTN), you should select “PSTN.
Otherwise, you should select “PBX.”
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Machine Operations
menu and press YES.
2
Press YES since this is the first menu to appear.
3
Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys to select either
PSTN or PBX and press YES.
MACHINE OPERATION?
YES / or 1-8
6 PSTN/PBX?
OK=YES
*PSTN PBX
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Note: With a PBX system. you generally have to dial a prefix number (e.g.
“9”) to access an outside line. If you set the line type to “PBX”, you can set
the prefix number in advance. Then the unit can dial the prefix number for
you whenever you dial. The following table shows you how to dial when using
the PBX mode. The prefix can be up to 4 digits in length.
When you are in the PBX mode, pressing # causes the machine to dial the
programmed access number(s). If you are dialing from within a PBX and
dial the extension number within the PBX the “@” symbol is displayed.
Facsimile Programming
Phone Line
Telephone Number
LCD Display/Dialing
Access Line
PBX mode, prefix=9
123
@123
PBX
PBX mode, prefix=9
#123
9-123
PBX->PSTN
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Machine Operations
Setting the Power Save Mode
This program allows the user to set their fax unit to automatically enter the power saving
mode at a specified time. You can also set the Power Save Mode to OFF. If the ON time
and the OFF time are set the same, the Power Save Mode will remain ON continuously.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Machine Operations
menu and press YES.
2
Press 7 or press the down arrow six times to reach
the Power Saver Mode Menu. Press YES.
3
Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys to select either OFF
or TIMER and press YES.
MACHINE OPERATION?
YES / or 1-8
7 POWER SAVE MODE?
OK=YES
OFF
*TIMER
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Note: The ON time refers to the time the unit will go into Power Save Mode.
The OFF time is the time it will re-enter a READY or STANDBY mode.
4
Enter the time you wish the unit to enter Power
Save Mode and press YES.
5
Enter the time you wish the unit to leave Power
Save Mode and return to normal operation.
ON TIME=_0:00
OK=YES
OFF TIME=_0:00
OK=YES
Note: There are three situations to leave Power Save Mode and return to
normal operation.
1.Press Wakeup Key
2.Telephone rings.
3.Time up for Timer TX.
But if I-Fax / PCL4 / GDI / PCL5e is optioned, these devices can not
Wakeup the machine from Power Save Mode, before using these
devices be sure the machine is in normal operation, press Wakeup Key
to Wakeup the machine, if the machine is in Power Save Mode.
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Facsimile Programming
Machine Operations
Setting the Power Save Time
The fax unit enters to the Power Save Mode every 15 minutes automatically (default
value). You can reset the Power Save Time from 1 to 120 minutes.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Machine Operations
menu and press YES.
2
Press 8 to reach the Power Saver Mode Menu.
Press YES.
3
You can select Power Save Time from 1 to 120
minutes in your necessary.
MACHINE OPERATION?
YES / or 1-8
8 POWER SAVE TIME?
OK=YES
TIME=__min(1-120)
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
Setting the Drum Counter
This function allows service personal to check how many sheets of paper has printed.
Facsimile Programming
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Machine Operations
menu and press YES.
2
Press 9 or press the down arrow eight times to
reach the Remote Program Menu. Press YES.
3
The following message appears to check to how
many sheets of paper has printed.
4
Press Yes and back to the MACHINE
OPERATION menu.
MACHINE OPERATION?
YES / or 1-8
9 DRUM COUNTER?
OK=YES
DRUM COUNTER=000519
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
MACHINE OPERATION?
YES / or 1-8
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Document Scan Settings
Document Scan Settings
To optimize scanning resolution and contrast, set according to your individual needs.
Resolution
To assure the best quality document, please set the scanning resolution and contrast
according to the requirements of your original documents. The default resolution setting
is Standard and the resolution will return to the default setting after each transmission if
using a different resolution.
Three scanning resolution options are available:
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Choices Available
Description
STD (Standard) (Default)
Normal resolution for standard size characters.
FINE
Higher resolution for the small size characters.
EXTRA FINE
Highest resolution for image data.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the SCANNING &
PRINTING Menu. Press YES to begin
programming.
2
Press 1 or scroll down to the Resolution menu and
press YES.
3
Using the Left and Right arrows, select the
resolution you wish to have as the default and press
YES to enter this selection into memory.
SCANNING&PRINTING?
YES / or 1-5
1 RESOLUTION?
OK=YES
*STD FINE EX-FINE
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”
Facsimile Programming
Document Scan Settings
Scan Contrast
There are three contrast levels of Light, Normal, Dark that you can select depending on
your original document. For documents with very fine or light characters, choose a
lighter level.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the SCANNING &
PRINTING Menu. Press YES to begin
programming.
2
Press 2 or scroll down to the Scan Contrast menu
and press YES.
3
Using the Left and Right arrows, select the contrast
you wish to have as the default and press YES to
enter this selection into memory.
SCANNING&PRINTING?
YES / or 1-5
2 SCAN CONTRAST?
OK=YES
LIGHT *NORMAL DARK
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”
Print Density
Set the print density according to your needs. There are six printing density levels
ranging from Light to Dark.
Facsimile Programming
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the SCANNING &
PRINTING Menu. Press YES to begin
programming.
2
Press 3 or scroll down to the Print Density menu
and press YES.
3
Using the Left and Right arrows, select the density
you wish to have as the default and press YES to
enter this selection into memory.
SCANNING&PRINTING?
YES / or 1-5
3 PRINT DENSITY?
OK=YES
DARK
LIGHT
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”
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Document Scan Settings
Reduction Copy
This function allows you to have the document printed by one of the two modes
described below:
Choices Available
Description
ON
The facsimile machine will reduce the copy document as
needed to fit on the paper. The maximum reduction proportion
is 70%. If greater reduction is needed, then the remainder of the
document will be printed on the next page.
OFF
The facsimile machine will not reduce the copy document and
will instead print the remainder of the document on the next
page.
Note: Reduction copy capabilities are not available when the resolution
setting is set to Half Tone.
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1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the SCANNING &
PRINTING Menu. Press YES to begin
programming.
2
Press 4 or scroll down to the Reduction Copy menu
and press YES.
3
Using the Left and Right arrows, select the option
you wish to have as the default and press YES to
enter this selection into memory.
SCANNING&PRINTING?
YES / or 1-5
4 REDUCTION COPY?
OK=YES
*ON
OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Facsimile Programming
Document Scan Settings
Rec. Paper Size
This function allows you to choose the recording paper size in Tray 1 (standard Paper
Tray) and the optional Tray 2 (Second Paper Cassette Unit) for the first printing after
power ON. After first printing the machine remembers the paper size in the Standard
Tray and Optional Paper Cassette.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the SCANNING &
PRINTING Menu. Press YES to begin
programming.
2
Press 5 or scroll down to the Rec. (Recording)
Paper Size menu and press YES.
3
When the SPCU is installed, select HIGH-TRAY
for the standard Paper Cassette, LOW-TRAY for
the SPCU.
*LOW-TRAY HIGH-TRAY
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
4
Using the Left and Right arrows, select the size you
wish to have as the default and press YES to enter
this selection into memory.
A4 *LETTER LEGAL
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
SCANNING&PRINTING?
YES / or 1-5
5 REC. PAPER SIZE?
OK=YES
Auto Cassette Sel.
Allows users to select the Second Paper Cassette Unit to print out the document when
the facsimile is equipped with the Second Paper Cassette Unit. Users can set the
received FAX or printed PC document to be printed out from either the Standard Paper
Tray or the Second Paper Cassette Unit.
Facsimile Programming
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Set Printer menu and
press YES.
2
3
Press 1 or YES to enter the Auto Cassette Sel. menu.
Press YES to select Auto Cassette Selection.
SET PRINTER?
YES / or 1-8
1 AUTO CASS. SEL.?
OK=YES
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Document Scan Settings
Note: The Optional SPCU must be installed. If
it is not installed, you will receive this message.
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4
Using the Left and Right arrows, select ON for
Auto Cassette Selection, then press YES to enter
this selection into memory. When you select OFF,
you can set cassette for fax and printer.
5
Select the function you wish to set the cassette, and
press YES.
6
Select the Tray ( Cassette ) you wish to set for the
function, and press YES.
*NOT AVAILABLE*
*ON
OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
*PRINTER FAX
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
*LOW-TRAY HIGH-TRAY
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Facsimile Programming
Dial Registration
Dial Registration
This section gives instructions on how to program the number to be stored in the OneTouch, Speed Dial and Group Dial Keys. In addition, it shows you how to set up special
parameters for each One-Touch Key, including batch Time and Relay Broadcast.
One-Touch Keys
You can program the most frequently dialed fax numbers into One-Touch Keys, 32 One
Touch Keys is applicable for MINOLTAFAX2800, 64 One Touch Keys for
MINOLTAFAX3800. This allows you to transmit documents simply by pressing a OneTouch Key and the START Key. You can program any of the One-Touch Keys as
Group Dial Keys with up to 50 locations in each.
Facsimile Programming
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the DIAL REGISTRATION
Menu. Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press YES since this is the first menu to appear and
press YES to enter the One-Touch Program.
3
Press the One-Touch Key you wish to program.
4
Press YES to accept your selection.
5
Enter the Telephone number you wish to transmit
to and press YES. If you want to enter the subaddress, press the down Arrow Key.
6
You can press the sub-address up to 10-digit.
7
Enter the Name you wish associated with this
number and press YES after checking to see it OK.
DIAL REGISTRATION?
YES / or 1-6
1 ONE-TOUCH DIAL?
OK=YES
-SELECT REGIST. KEY-
ONE-TOUCH 01
or PRESS “YES”
OK=YES
(SUB=
)
SUB=_
OK=YES
NAME=_
OK=YES
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Dial Registration
Edit/Deleting
1
2
If you wish to change any entry, a screen allows you to accept or change.
If you wish to change a Key that was previously
programmed, this message appears. Press YES to
keep this location as is, or NO if you wish to edit it.
REGISTERED! KEEP?
OK=YES (EDIT/DEL=NO)
3
If you choose NO, use the arrow keys to select
either EDIT or DELETE and then proceed with the
needed changes.
EDIT
*DELETE
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Speed Dial Keys
The fax number and other data for a particular destination can be programmed using a 3digit Speed Dial Number. This feature allows you to transmit a document to the
particular destination by pressing the Speed Dial Key, entering the 3-digit number and
pressing the START Key. You can program a fax number in any of the 100 Speed Dial
locations, number 001 to 100.
Entering
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the DIAL REGISTRATION
Menu. Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 2 or scroll down to the Speed Dial menu and
press YES.
3
Enter the number of the location you want to
program and press YES.
4
Enter the Telephone number you wish to transmit
to and press YES after checking to see its OK. If
you want to enter the sub-address, press the Down
Arrow Key.
5
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You can press sub-address up to 10-digit.
DIAL REGISTRATION?
YES / or 1-6
2 SPEED DIAL?
OK=YES
SPEED DIAL =_
OK=YES
OK=YES
(SUB=
)
SUB=_
OK=YES
Facsimile Programming
Dial Registration
6
Enter the Name you wish associated with this
number and press YES after checking to see it OK.
7
You are given the opportunity to program additional locations. Continue to enter additional
Speed Dial locations or press NO to exit.
NAME=_
OK=YES
Edit/Deleting
1
2
If you wish to change any entry, a screen allows you to accept or change.
If you wish to change a Key that was previously
programmed, this message appears. Press YES to
keep this location as is, or NO if you wish to edit it.
REGISTERED! KEEP?
OK=YES (EDIT/DEL=NO)
3
If you choose NO, use the arrow keys to select
either EDIT or DELETE and then proceed with the
needed changes.
EDIT
*DELETE
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Group Dial Keys
Instead of their regular functions, any of the One-Touch Keys can be used as Group Dial
Keys. Destinations already stored for One-Touch, Speed Dial can be entered in a Group
Dial Key. Each Group can contain up to 50 locations.
Entering
Facsimile Programming
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the DIAL REGISTRATION
Menu. Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 3 or scroll down to the Group Dial menu and
press YES.
3
Press the One-Touch Key you wish to use.
4
Press YES to accept your selection.
DIAL REGISTRATION?
YES / or 1-6
3 GROUP DIAL?
OK=YES
-SELECT REGIST.KEY-
GROUP DIAL 25
or PRESS “YES”
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Dial Registration
5
Enter the Group Name and press YES to accept.
6
Enter the Key(s) you wish included in this group.
Remember, you can include One-Touch or Speed
Dial already in memory.
7
Continue to enter the locations you wish to include and then press YES. You are given the
opportunity to program additional locations. Continue to enter additional Speed Dial
locations or press NO to exit.
GROUP NAME=_
OK=YES
NO.001=_
Edit/Deleting
1
2
If you wish to change any entry, a screen allows you to accept or change.
If you wish to change a Key that was previously
programmed, this message appears. Press YES to
keep this location as is, or NO if you wish to edit it.
REGISTERED! KEEP?
OK=YES (EDIT/DEL=NO)
3
If you choose NO, use the arrow keys to select
either EDIT or DELETE and then proceed with the
needed changes.
EDIT
*DELETE
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Program Dial
Instead of their regular functions, any of the last eight One-Touch Keys MF3800 (5764), MF2800(25-32) can be used as Program Keys. Transmission functions including:
Broadcast, Timer TX (Delayed Transmission), Mailbox, Polling RX, and Relay
Initiation can be programmed into the programmed One-Touch Keys. This allows you to
“One-Touch” an operation that normally takes multiple key strokes.
Settings entered into these program keys remain in memory for future use.
Entering
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1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the DIAL REGISTRATION
Menu. Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 4 or scroll down to the Program Dial menu
and press YES.
DIAL REGISTRATION?
YES / or 1-6
4 PROGRAM DIAL?
OK=YES
Facsimile Programming
Dial Registration
3
Press the One-Touch Key you wish to use.
Remember, it must be one of the last eight.
-SELECT REGIST.KEY-
4
Choose the function you wish to program:
1=Broadcast, 2=Timer TX, 3=Mailbox TX,
7=Polling RX, and 8=Relay Initiate.
FUNCTION
SEL. 1/2/3/7/8
Note: To continue with this process, choose the group of steps that match your needs.
For 1=Broadcast:
5
A screen appears to confirm Broadcast was your
selection.
BROADCAST
6
Enter the Key(s) you wish included in this group.
Remember, you can include One-Touch or Speed
Dial already in memory.
NO.001=_
7
Continue to enter the locations you wish to include and then save. You are given the
opportunity to program additional locations. Continue to enter additional Speed Dial
locations or press NO to exit.
For 2=Timer TX:
5
A screen appears to confirm Timer TX was your
selection.
6
Enter the time you wish the transmission to occur
and press YES.
7
Enter the fax number you wish to send to or select a
One-Touch or Speed Dial location and press YES.
TIMER TX
TIMER=_0:00
OK=YES
ENTER FAX NO.
or FUNCTION
Once this function has been programmed, you use it by
simply pressing the One-Touch Key you have just programmed. This is documented in
Chapter 3 Advanced Facsimile.
Facsimile Programming
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Dial Registration
For 3 = Mailbox TX:
5
A screen appears to confirm Mailbox TX was your
selection.
6
Enter the fax number you wish to send to or select
Function. If you elect to enter a phone number,
7
Enter the 20-digit Mailbox ID that you want to use.
8
Enter the 20-digit Mailbox password.
MAILBOX TX
ENTER FAX NO.
MAILBOX ID=
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
PASSWORD=
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
Once this function has been programmed, you use it by
simply pressing the One-Touch Key you have just
programmed. This is documented in Chapter 3 Advanced Facsimile.
For 7 = Polling RX:
5
A screen appears to confirm Polling RX was your
selection.
POLLING RX
6
Enter the number of the Mailbox you wish use and
press YES.
NO.001=_
Once this function has been programmed, you use it by simply pressing the One-Touch
Key you have just programmed. This is documented in Chapter 3 Advanced Facsimile.
For 8 = Relay Initiate:
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5
A screen appears to confirm Relay Initiate was
your selection.
6
Enter the telephone number
RELAY INITIATE
ENTER FAX NO.
Facsimile Programming
Dial Registration
7
Enter the 20-digit Relaybox ID.
8
Enter the 20-digit Relaybox password.
RELAYBOX ID=
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
PASSWORD=
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
Once this function has been programmed, you use it by
simply pressing the One-Touch Key you have just programmed. This is documented in
Chapter 3 Advanced Facsimile.
Edit/Deleting
1
2
If you wish to change any entry, a screen allows you to accept or change.
If you wish to change a Key that was previously
programmed, this message appears. Press YES to
keep this location as is, or NO if you wish to edit it.
REGISTERED! KEEP?
OK=YES (EDIT/DEL=NO)
3
If you choose NO, use the arrow keys to select
either EDIT or DELETE and then proceed with the
needed changes.
EDIT
*DELETE
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Batch TX
You can program your single location One-Touch Key to automatically batch
documents. By assigning a batch time to a programmed One-Touch Key, you can
eliminate repeated calls to the same number throughout the day. Your unit calls the
remote unit at a preset time and transmits all documents stored in memory for this
particular destination in one phone call.
Entering
Facsimile Programming
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the DIAL REGISTRATION
Menu. Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 5 or scroll down to the Batch TX menu and
press YES.
3
Press the One-Touch Key you wish to use.
DIAL REGISTRATION?
YES / or 1-6
5 BATCH TX?
OK=YES
-SELECT REGIST.KEYOK=YES
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Dial Registration
ONE-TOUCH 25
4
Enter the time at which the batch should be
transmitted and press YES to accept.
5
This screen confirms your entry.
6
Press the START key to enter this information into
memory, or press NO to exit.
TX TIME=_0:00
OK=YES
*SET ONE-TOUCH 25
23:00*
-SELECT REGIST. KEY(COMPLETE=NO)
Edit/Deleting
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1
2
If you wish to change any entry, a screen allows you to accept or change.
If you wish to change a Key that was previously
programmed, this message appears. Press YES to
keep this location as is, or NO if you wish to edit it.
REGISTERED! KEEP?
OK=YES (EDIT/DEL=NO)
3
If you choose NO, use the arrow keys to select
either EDIT or DELETE and then proceed with the
needed changes.
EDIT
*DELETE
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Facsimile Programming
Dial Registration
Relay box
Relay Box enables the operator to make one long distance call to a remote unit and prompt
the remote unit to relay the message to one or more fax unit in the local area.With this
function, you can save valuable time and telephone charges.This function can also instruct
the remote fax machine to send an TX Result report to one of its Speed Dial locations.
Note: The following conditions must be met for Relay Box function.
1.The receiving party must register the One Touch key or Group Dial
key for Relay Box function.
2.The receiving party must register one Speed Dial for send report.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the DIAL REGISTRATION
Menu. Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 6 or scroll down to the Relay Box menu and
press YES.
3
Select the Relay Box number 1 to 5 that you wish
to use.
4
Enter 20-digit Relay Box ID (0~9).
DIAL REGISTRATION?
YES / or 1-6
6 RELAY BOX?
OK=YES
RELAY BOX NO.=
SELECT 1-5
RELAY BOX 1 ID=
• If the remote transmission side enter the SUB
OK=YES
address same as the Relay Box ID and the
following PW is not set for Relay Box, the
machine relay broadcast the stations registered in Relay Box.
Facsimile Programming
5
Enter the 20-digit number of the Relay Box’s
password you wish to use.
6
Enter the telephone number that you want to send
TX Result Report.
7
Enter the locations you wish to include and then
save.You are given opportunity to program
additional locations.
RELAY BOX 1 PW=
OK=YES
REPORT=
OK=YES
NO.001=
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TX Operation
TX Operation
Default TX
This function is used to set the default TX mode of the fax unit. Two options are
available:
Choices Available
Description
Memory TX
When set in this mode, documents are scanned into memory for
transmission and dialing starts after the first pages is scanned (Quick
TX).
ADF TX (Direct
Transmission)
When set in this mode, documents are scanned for transmission after
connection has been made to the receiving unit. (When the available
memory is insufficient, please select ADF TX for a successful
transmission)
If line is not available, the message “LINE IS BUSY” will be
displayed. The facsimile will retry based on the number of redial
attempts and intervals that were preset.
Note: In Memory Transmission Mode, you can retrieve your original
document sooner than you can in ADF TX (Direct Transmission) Mode.
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1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the TX Operation Menu.
Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 1 or scroll down to the Default TX menu and
press YES.
3
Using the Left and Right arrows, select the option
you wish to have as the default and press YES to
enter this selection into memory.
TX OPERATION?
YES / or 1-2
1 DEFAULT TX?
OK=YES
*MEM TX
ADF TX
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Facsimile Programming
TX Operation
Closed Network TX
When closed network TX/RX mode is set ON, transmission is possible only with the
destination stations registered in One-Touch and Speed Dial.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the TX Operation Menu.
Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 1 or scroll down to the Closed Network menu
and press YES.
3
Using the Left and Right arrows, select the option
you wish to have as the default and press YES to
enter this selection into memory.
TX OPERATION?
YES / or 1-2
2 CLOSED NETWORK?
OK=YES
ON
*OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Fax Forwarding
This allows a user to set 20 different remote telephone numbers for fax forwarding. If
you specify a telephone number, only those messages from that number will be
forwarded. If you don’t specify a remote telephone number, all the incoming message
will be forward to specified location.
Facsimile Programming
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the TX Operation Menu.
Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 3 or scroll down to the Fax Forwarding menu
and press YES.
3
Select a location number 01 through 20 to which
you wish forward your messages. Press YES to
enter this selection into memory.
4
Select either ON or OFF and press YES.
5
Select the day you wish the forwarding to begin
and press YES.
TX OPERATION?
YES / or 1-2
3 FAX FORWARDING?
OK=YES
FORWARD NO.=_1
OK=YES / or 01-20
FORWARD TX =ON
OK=YES
SEL. START DAY=SUN.
OK=YES / or 0-6
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TX Operation
6
Select the day you wish the forwarding to stop and
press YES.
7
Select the time you wish the forwarding to begin
and press YES.
8
Select the time you wish the forwarding to stop and
press YES.
9
Determine if you also want the message to print
locally. Select either ON or OFF and press YES.
10
Enter the telephone number for the remote unit
from which you will be receiving the message.
SEL. STOP DAY=WEN.
OK=YES / or 0-6
START TIME=_0:00
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
STOP TIME=_0:00
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
PRINT AT LOCAL=OFF
OK=YES
ENTER REMOTE FAX NO.
7778885555
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
11
Enter the remote fax number to which you wish to
have the messages sent and press YES.
ENTER FORWARD TELE.
9998884444
OK=YES
(DEL=NO)
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Facsimile Programming
TX Operation
Header
The header prints the sender machine name, fax number, date/time and page number at
the top of the sheet at the remote location. This is required by the FCC in the USA and is
regulated in other way in other countries. In the USA you will have one of the following
options.
• Inside the Body: This places the header in the first 5mm of the copy top. It does
not shift the copy down. Some copy may be overwritten.
• Outside the Body: This places the header in the first 5mm of the copy top. It
then start the body below this. Depending on the remote machine settings one of
three things happen: 1) because the copy is not a full page, the copy fits below
the header at 100%, 2) the copy is reduced to fit the page, or 3) the copy is split
into two pages at 100%.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the TX Operation Menu.
Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 4 or scroll down to the Header menu and
press YES.
3
Select if you wish to turn the header ON or OFF
and press YES.
TX OPERATION?
YES / or 1-4
4 HEADER?
OK=YES
*ON
OFF
OK=YES
Note: This is not an option in the USA and the message will not appear.
Note: In the USA you can have the header print inside or outside the text
area. For assistance, contact your Service Representative.
Note: This function is not available for North American.
Facsimile Programming
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RX Operation
RX Operation
Memory RX Mode
ON = Memory Lock
In Memory RX Mode, the machine stores all received documents in memory. The
document is not printed until the machine receives a print command.
The print command can be activated by a timer or password. The print timer command
instructs the machine to start printing the document stored in memory at the specified
time. The password print command, instructs the machine to start printing when a
password is entered.
A password print command can also be used to override the print timer command. If the
print timer command has been set and you want to print your incoming messages before
the set time, you can enter your password to print the document immediately.
OFF
If the unit is set in the Memory RX Mode OFF status, then the received document will
be printed out directly instead of being stored in memory.
Case 1: If there is no data stored in the memory and the unit is set in OFF status, then the
received documents print out directly.
Case 2: If there is a document stored in the memory and the unit is set in OFF status,
then the previously received documents printed out first.
Note: You need to enter the correct password to print out the document if a
password has been previously set.
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1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the RX Operation Menu.
Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 1 or scroll down to the MEM RX Mode menu
and press YES.
3
Using the Left and Right arrows, select the option
you wish to have as the default and press YES to
enter this selection into memory.
RX OPERATION?
YES / or 1-9
1 MEM RX MODE?
OK=YES
ON
*OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Facsimile Programming
RX Operation
4
To select Memory RX ON, use the left and right
Arrow Keys to select ON and press YES.
5
Enter the time you wish to start receiving messages
into memory.
*ON
OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”ON TIME=_0:00
OK=YES
Note: If the ON and OFF time are identical,
messages will always be received into
memory.
Facsimile Programming
6
Enter the time you wish to stop receiving messages
into memory.
7
You have to enter a password for this to work.
8
If you have your unit programmed for Memory RX
with the Timer turned ON and a Password required,
your screen shows the following message.
9
The ready message for your unit now shows that
Memory RX is active.
OFF TIME=_0:00
OK=YES
PASSWORD=
OK=YES
*M-RX-ON*
<T><PWD>
<<M-RX>>
100%
-SET DOC.FACE DOWN-
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RX Operation
No. of Rings
The unit will answer an incoming call after the number of rings (1-16) set in this menu.
The default setting is 2 rings.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the RX Operation Menu.
Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 2 or scroll down to the No. of Rings menu
and press YES.
3
Enter the number of rings you wish to have as the
default and press YES to enter this selection into
memory.
RX OPERATION?
YES / or 1-9
2 NO. of RINGS?
OK=YES
NO. of RINGS=_2
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
Two Page Print
With this function, you can set the facsimile to print two copies of a document.
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Choice Available
Description
ON (Stack Mode)
The facsimile will print copies of the document without
sorting the document.
ON (Sort Mode)
The facsimile will print two copies of the document and
sort the document.
OFF
The facsimile will print only one copy of the document.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the RX Operation Menu.
Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 3 or scroll down to the Two Page Print menu
and press YES.
3
Using the Left and Right arrows, select the option
you wish to have as the default and press YES to
enter this selection into memory.
RX OPERATION?
YES / or 1-9
3 TWO PAGE PRINT?
OK=YES
ON ON(SORT) *OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Facsimile Programming
RX Operation
Reduction RX
This function allows you to choose among the three modes described below:
Choices Available
Description
ON
The facsimile machine will reduce the documents as needed to fit on
the paper.
The maximum reception proportion is 70%.
OFF
The facsimile machine will not reduce the document and instead will
print the remainder on a second page if the image size exceeds the
length of the paper.
CUT
The facsimile machine will automatically cut off the remainder of the
document if it is less than 18 mm. If the remainder exceeds 18mm, it
will be printed on a second page.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the RX Operation Menu.
Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 4 or scroll down to the Reduction RX menu
and press YES.
3
Using the Left and Right arrows, select the
resolution you wish to have as the default and press
YES to enter this selection into memory.
RX OPERATION?
YES / or 1-9
4 REDUCTION RX?
OK=YES
*ON
OFF
CUT
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Mailbox RX
This function is used to set up the personal mailbox to keep received documents
confidential. Each mailbox is protected with a specified 4-digit password number.
Facsimile Programming
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the RX Operation Menu.
Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 5 or scroll down to the Mailbox RX menu and
press YES.
RX OPERATION?
YES / or 1-9
5 MAILBOX RX?
OK=YES
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RX Operation
3
Select the number 0-9 that you wish to use for
mailbox.
4
Enter the 4-digit Mailbox ID.
5
Enter the 4-digit Mailbox password.
MIALBOX NO.=
SELECT 0-9
MIALBOX 1 ID=
OK=YES
MIALBOX 1 PW=
OK=YES
Closed Network
Set to ON when you want to receive documents only from specified parties. When
activated, it will only accept receptions from those numbers registered in the One-Touch
or Speed Dial Keys.
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Choices Available
Description
ON
Closed Network RX mode is applicable to the numbers registered in
the One-Touch and Speed Dial Keys.
OFF
Disable the function. You are able to receive from all parties.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the RX Operation Menu.
Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 6 or scroll down to the Closed Network menu
and press YES.
3
Using the Left and Right arrows, select the option
you wish to have as the default and press YES to
enter this selection into memory.
RX OPERATION?
YES / or 1-9
6 CLOSED NETWORK?
OK=YES
ON
*OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Facsimile Programming
RX Operation
RX Mode
This function is used to set the mode in which the facsimile machine receives the
document.
Choices Available
Description
AUTO
In this mode, the facsimile machine will automatically answer the
phone call and receive the document.
MANUAL
In this mode, the facsimile will not automatically receive the
document. The user must answer each call manually.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the RX Operation Menu.
Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 7 or scroll down to the Closed Network menu
and press YES.
3
Using the Left and Right arrows, select the option
you wish to have as the default and press YES to
enter this selection into memory.
RX OPERATION?
YES / or 1-9
7 RX MODE?
OK=YES
*AUTO
MANUAL
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Footer (Receive Time Print)
The footer is printed at the bottom of each page received showing the receiving
machine’s fax number, date and the time of reception, the sender’s fax number, the
reception control number and page number.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the RX Operation Menu.
Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 8 or scroll down to the Closed Network menu
and press YES.
3
Using the Left and Right arrows, select the option
you wish to have as the default and press YES to
enter this selection into memory.
RX OPERATION?
YES / or 1-9
8 FOOTER?
OK=YES
ON
*OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Note: Your Service Technician can set this
to print either inside or outside the message area.
Facsimile Programming
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RX Operation
Continuous Poll RX
Poll the specified location with pre-set timer. Up to 10 groups can be set for polling, and
each group can set 10 locations.
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1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the RX Operation Menu.
Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 10 or scroll down to the Continuous Polling
RX menu and press YES.
3
Enter the Poll Group number you will to assign to
this group and press YES.
4
The next screen indicates that this Poll Group is not
active. Press YES to continue.
5
Select a start day to begin polling. Press YES to
continue.
6
Select a stop day to finish polling. Press YES to
continue.
7
Enter a start time to begin polling. Press YES to
continue.
8
Enter a stop time to finish polling. Press YES to
continue.
9
Enter the number of minutes between each redail.
Press YES to continue.
10
Enter the remote fax number to be polled.
11
Press YES to continue.
RX OPERATION?
YES / or 1-9
10 CONTI. POLLING RX?
OK=YES
POLL GROUP NO.=_1
OK=YES /or 01-10
POLL GROUP 01 =OFF
OK=YES
SEL. START DAY=SUN.
OK=YES / or 0-6
SEL. STOP DAY=SUN.
OK=YES / or 0-6
START TIME=_0:00
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
STOP TIME=_0:00
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
REDIAL TIME=1 Min.
OK=YES / or 1-8
ENTER POLLING FAX NO.
NO.001=_
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
Facsimile Programming
RX Operation
12
Enter the 20-digit Polling ID.
13
Enter the 20-digit Polling Password. This number
is set at the remote location and you must match it
when sending to them.
POLLING ID=_
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
POLLING PW=_
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
Note: Polling Passwords must be set at both
units and must match for Polling to work.
14
If you wish to poll more than one location, enter
that location. When you are done entering the data,
press START to enter the data into memory.
NO. 002=_
(Fin.=START)
Note: You can enter the locations by numeric Keys or One-Touch Key,
Speed Dial Key but if the key is programmed Group Dial or Program Dial, is
forbidden, because each polling Group contains Max. 10 locations only.
Facsimile Programming
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Line 2 Setting
Line 2 Setting
The Optional Dual-Line kit allows you to connect one more telephone line to the fax
unit at the same time. MINOLTAFAX3800 has Dual-Line as a standard.
You can select either telephone line for priority reception, and you can also select which
line is to be used for priority sending when both lines are open.
Line 2 Fax No.
Register your second fax number. It’s operation is the same as entering it for Line 1.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Set Printer menu and
press YES.
2
Press YES or 1 to select the first menu, Line 2 Fax
No. Press Yes.
3
Enter the telephone number of your second fax
line. Press YES to accept this data into memory.
LINE 2 SETTING?
YES / or 1-3
1 LINE 2 FAX NO.?
OK=YES
_
OK=YES
TX Line Priority
This allows the user to determine the priority of the second line.
1
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Choices Available
Description
LINE 1 TX PRIORITY
When both lines are read, transmission is sent on line 1. If
line 1 is busy and line 2 is read, transmission is sent on line
2.
LINE 2 TX PRIORITY
When both lines are read, transmission is sent on line 2. If
line 2 is busy and line 1 is read, transmission is sent on line
1.
LINE 1 TX PROHIBIT
Even if both lines are read, transmission is sent on line 2.
Line 1 is only available for receiving.
LINE 2 TX PROHIBIT
Even if both lines are read, transmission is sent on line 1.
Line 2 is only available for receiving.
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Set Printer menu and
press YES.
LINE 2 SETTING?
YES / or 1-3
Facsimile Programming
Line 2 Setting
2
Press 2 or scroll down to the TX Line Priority menu
and press YES.
3
Select either 1 or 2 as the line you wish to transmit
on. Press YES to accept this data into memory.
2 TX LINE PRIORITY?
OK=YES
LINE 1 TX PRIORITY?
OK=YES
Line 2 Tone / Pulse
This allows the user to set the dialing mode of line 2. It’s operation is the same of
TONE/PULSE setting for Line 1.
Facsimile Programming
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Set Printer menu and
press YES.
2
Press 3 or scroll down to the Line 2 Tone/Pulse
menu and press YES.
3
Select either Tone or Pulse. Press YES to accept
this data into memory.
LINE 2 SETTING?
YES / or 1-3
3 LINE2 TONE/PULSE?
OK=YES
*TONE
PULSE
- SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
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Reports
Reports
This unit can print several different reports to aid in managing your fax traffic and the
unit itself.
Activity Report
An Activity Report prints the results for the past 60 communications. it is used to check
whether a communication was successful, the number of communications made, and
communication time.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Reports menu and press
YES.
2
Press YES since this is the first menu to appear.
3
Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys to select either ON
or OFF and press YES.
REPORTS?
YES / or 1-6
1 ACTIVITY REPORT?
OK=YES
*ON
OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Reserv. (Reservation) Report
A Reservation Report prints a list of reservations for broadcast transmission. When the
function is turned ON, a Reservation Report is printed before a broadcast transmission or
multi-polling reception is made, allowing you to check the details of the reservation
request.
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1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Reports menu and press
YES.
2
Press 2 or scroll down to the Reserv. Report menu
and press YES.
3
Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys to select either ON
or OFF and press YES.
REPORTS?
YES / or 1-6
2 RESERV. REPORT?
OK=YES
*ON
OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Facsimile Programming
Reports
TX Results Report
A TX Results Report prints the results of a transmission after it has been completed. This
report can be used to check whether a transmission has been successful.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Reports menu and press
YES.
2
Press 3 or scroll down to the TX Results Report
menu and press YES.
3
Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys to select either ON
or OFF and press YES.
REPORTS?
YES / or 1-6
3 TX RESULT REPORTX?
OK=YES
*ON
OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
RX Results Report
A RX Results Report prints the results after receiving a Confidential or Multi-Polling
document or when errors occur during reception. This report can be used to check whether
a reception by Mailbox or Multi-Polling has been successful.
Facsimile Programming
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Reports menu and press
YES.
2
Press 4 or scroll down to the RX Results Report
menu and press YES.
3
Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys to select either ON
or OFF and press YES.
REPORTS?
YES / or 1-6
4 RX RESULT REPORT?
OK=YES
*ON
OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
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Reports
Broadcast Report
A Broadcast Report prints a list of results of broadcast transmission.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Reports menu and press
YES.
2
Press 5 or scroll down to the Broadcast Report
menu and press YES.
3
Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys to select either ON
or OFF and press YES.
REPORTS?
YES / or 1-6
5 BROADCAST REPORT?
OK=YES
*ON
OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Toner Low Report
A Toner Low Report will transmit to the service center when the toner is low.
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1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Reports menu and press
YES.
2
Press 6 or scroll down to the Toner Low Report
menu and press YES.
3
Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys to select either ON
or OFF and press YES.
4
Enter the Telephone number per your Service
Representative.
REPORTS?
YES / or 1-6
6 TONER LOW REPORT?
OK=YES
ON
*OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Facsimile Programming
Reports
Other Reports and Lists
This unit can print other reports and lists that are useful in managing and optimizing
your fax traffic. See the list below. Some of these are covered in other sections of this
manual in more detail.
Report Name
Description
Printing
Auto
One-Touch List
Prints a list of destinations which have been
programmed for One-Touch Dial Keys.
X
O
Speed Dial List
Prints a list of the destinations which have been
programmed for the Speed Dial Keys.
X
O
Memory Data List
Prints a list of the documents to be transmitted and
those that are stored in memory.
X
O
Memory Image Print
Prints the first page of the document stored in
memory which has yet to be transmitted.
X
O
Key Setting List
Prints a List of the settings for Group Dial and
Program Dial Keys.
X
O
Machine Status List
Prints a list of current settings, including Page
counts.
X
O
TX Result Report
Print a list of the result of a transmission after it has
been completed.
O
O
RX Result Report
Prints out a list of the results when receiving a
confidential or multi-polling document, or when
errors occur during reception.
O
O
Activity Report
Prints a list of result of the last 60 communication.
O
O
Continuous Polling RX
List
Prints a list of result of continuos polling reception
after it has been completed.
X
O
Relay Box List
Prints a list of result of relay box after it has been
completed.
X
O
Memory Full Report
Prints out when a memory overflow occurs.
O
X
Power Fail Report
Prints a list of documents whose data has been lost
and which were not transmitted due to a power
failure occurring while the documents were stored
in memory.
O
X
Before turning OFF, the unit prints out a list of the
PROGRAM Utilities, etc., that were not stored in
Backup RAM because of memory error.
O
X
Backup RAM Error
Report
O = Yes
Facsimile Programming
Manual
X = No
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Reports
Auto printing is set using the PROGRAM Utilities.
- When auto printing is set to ON, the report is printed automatically.
- When auto printing is set to OFF, the report can only be printed when started manually
from the machine’s control panel.
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Facsimile Programming
Chapter 5
Internet Fax(Option)
Internet Fax
You can use the MINOLTAFAX2800 / 3800 T.37 Internet Fax to scan and send
documents to a working E-mail addresses so they can download them at their
convenience. The T.37 Internet Fax can transmit documents as TIFF file attachment
through E-mail to other E-mail addresses. The TIFF file can be opened, and viewed by
most image viewer.
You can program One Touch Dial and Speed Dial locations with E-mail addresses; you
also can program a group list with a combinations of fax telephone numbers and E-mail
addresses; you can send an E-mail to a location not programmed within the fax unit.
Setup
The T.37 option will communicate with your LAN E-mail server. The LAN E-mail must
be SMTP and POP3 compatible. These setting are similar to those of popular mail clients
such as Netscape Messenger and Outlook. In order to properly setup your fax machine,
please request your E-mail administrator about the settings listed below, which are
required in order to make a connection to the mail server
• ACCOUNT NAME
This is the E-mail account name for the facsimile device.
• PASSWORD
This is the password the facsimile device will use to log onto the POP3 E-mail
server. The machine must be able to log into the POP3 server.
• E-MAIL ADDRESS
•
The E-mail address for your facsimile device.
SMTP IP ADDRESS
•
The IP address for the SMTP mail server. At this time, the T.37 option can use
DNS name.
POP3 IP ADDRESS
The IP address for the POP3 mail server. At this time, the T.37 option can use
DNS name.
5-1
Internet Fax(Option)
Programming Internet Fax settings
This program allows the user to set their fax unit to send or receive E-mails by LAN. In
order for your fax unit to communicate with the LAN E-mail server, you must program the
appropriate information into the fax unit.
Menu Item
Description
1.EMAIL SETTING
These settings make your fax unit to communicate with
the LAN E-mail server. And let you can send and
receive E-mails.
2.SERVER SETTING
3.POP3 INTERVAL
Your fax unit will access the server automatically
at regular intervals according to the POP3 interval
setting.
4.TIME OUT SETTING
The number of minutes that the machine will try to
contact the mail server.
5.ERROR REPORT
This report can be used to check whether Internet Fax
has been successful.
6.TIME ZONE
Mail server use this time format to indicate when a
message is sent.
components of Internet Fax
A fax sent over the Internet has three components.
Header
•
The header includes all routing information for the path your Internet Fax
followed from the time it was sent to the time it was received. The header is
automatically generated as part of the Internet Fax process.
• E-mail
The E-mail includes the TO, FROM, and Date information.It may include
RE:(SUBJECT) and body text (E-mail message). The TO, FROM and Date
information are automatically generated as part of the Internet fax process.
However, they are based on information programmed by the user. The subject
and message can be determined by the user.
• TIFF file
The TIFF file attachments are the “fax” part of the Internet Fax.The content of
the attachment is determined by the end user. The conversion to TIFF and file
handling are part of the Internet Fax process.
Internet Fax(Option)
5-2
Setting up the Internet Fax
Setting up the Internet Fax
E-MAIL SETTING
1
Press the PROGRAM key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Internet Fax menu and
press YES.
2
Press YES.
3
Enter the name that you want to be used on your Emails. This name will appear in the “FROM”
heading of your message.
4
1 E-MAIL SETUP?
OK=YES
NAME=
OK=YES
(DEL=NO)
E-MAIL=
OK=YES
(DEL=NO)
5
Enter the account name for your unit. This is the
name of the mailbox at the E-mail server. Then
press YES.
ACCOUNT=
OK=YES
6
Enter the 4-digits password of the account name. It
allows your unit to log into the POP3 server to
receive E-mail.
PWD=
OK=YES
Enter the E-mail address that remote machine will
reply to when they select “Reply” in their E-mail
program. Press YES to enter this selection memory.
ERR.REP=
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
7
5-3
Enter the E-mail address than press YES.
INTERNET FAX?
YES / or 1-6
(DEL=NO)
Internet Fax(Option)
Setting up the Internet Fax
SERVER SETTING
1
2
Press the PROGRAM key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Internet Fax menu and
press YES.
Use the Up/Down Arrow Keys to the SERVER
SETTING menu then press YES.
.
3
4
Enter the IP address for the SMTP mail server. This
information is obtained from your E-mail
administrator. After enter the IP address, including
the “.”s, then press YES.
Enter the IP address for the POP3 mail server and
press YES.
INTERNET FAX?
YES / or 1-6
2 SERVER SETTING?
OK=YES
SMTP=
OK=YES
POP3=
OK=YES
Note: The SMTP server and POP3 server addresses may be entered up to 64
characters.The address must include the “.” divider (e.g. 140.135.12.1.) or use
the host name (e.g. mail.network.com ).
Note: You can select DHCP disable or enable. The default value is Dynamic
IP address, but if you want to use Fixed IP address, you must install the BiAdmin to program this item.
Internet Fax(Option)
5-4
Setting up the Internet Fax
POP3 INTERVAL
1
Press the PROGRAM key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Internet Fax menu and
press YES.
2
Use the Up/Down Arrow Keys to the POP3
INTERVAL menu then press YES.
3
Using the Left/Right arrows to select ENABLE,
and press YES.
4
Enter the interval number, from 1 to 120 minutes.
Your fax unit will look for new E-mail messages
based on this time setting. Then press YES to finish
this setting.
INTERNET FAX?
YES / or 1-6
3 POP3 INTERVAL?
OK=YES
*ENABLE
DISABLE
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
TIME=
min(1-120)
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
TIME OUT SETTING
1
Press the PROGRAM key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Internet Fax menu and
press YES.
2
Use the Up/Down Arrow Keys to the TIME OUT
SETTING menu then press YES.
3
Insert the number of minutes that the machine will
try to contact the mail server and press YES. Use
the Up/Down Arrow Keys to the POP3
INTERVAL menu then press YES.
INTERNET FAX?
YES / or 1-6
4 TIME OUT SETTING?
OK=YES
.
5-5
TIME OUT=_min.(1-5)
Internet Fax(Option)
Setting up the Internet Fax
ERROR REPORT
1
Press the PROGRAM key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Internet Fax menu and
press YES.
2
Use the Up/Down Arrow Keys to the ERROR
REPORT menu then press YES.
3
Use the Left/Right Arrow Keys to select ENABLE
and press YES. This report can be used to check
whether Internet Fax has been successful.
INTERNET FAX?
YES / or 1-6
5 ERROR REPORT?
OK=YES
*ENABLE
DISABLE
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
TIME ZONE
Internet Fax(Option)
1
Press the PROGRAM key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the Internet Fax menu and
press YES.
2
Use the Up/Down Arrow Keys to the TIME ZONE
menu then press YES.
3
Use the e.g. Eastern Standard time is -05:00, or 5
hours behind GMT. E-mail server use this time to
indicate when a message is sent. Press “YES” after
entering the correct time.
INTERNET FAX?
YES / or 1-6
6 TIME ZONE?
OK=YES
Time Zone= GMT + 00:00
&YES
5-6
Setting up the Internet Fax
5-7
GMT-12:00
Emoetok,Kwajalein
GMT+01:00
Amsterdam,Berlin,Bern,Rome
Stockholm,Vienna,Belgrade,
Bratislave,Budapest,Ljubljana
Prague,Brussels,Conpenhagen,
Madrid,Paris,Vilnius,Sarajevo
Skopje,Sofija,Warsaw,Zagreb
GMT-11:00
Midwaym Island,Samoa
GMT+02:00
Athens,Istanbul,Minsk,Bucharest,
Cairo,Harre,Pretoria,Helsinki,
Riga,Tallinn,Jerusalem
GMT-10:00
Hawaii
GMT+03:00
Baghdad,Kuwait,Riyadh,Moscow
St.Petersburg,Volgograd,Nairobi
GMT-09:00
Alaska
GMT+04:00
Abu Dhabi,Muscat,Baku,Tbiliai
GMT-08:00
PacificTime(US&Canada)
Tijuana
GMT+05:00
Ekaterinburg,Islamabad,Karachi,
Tashkent
GMT-07:00
Arizona
Mountain Time(US&Canada)
GMT+06:00
Astana,Almaty,Dhaka,Colombo
GMT-06:00
Central Time(US&Canada)
Mexcio City,Tegucigalpa
Saskatchewan
GMT+07:00
Bangkok,Hanoi,Jakarta
GMT-05:00
Bogota,Lima,Quito
Eastern Time(US&Canada)
Indiana(East)
GMT+08:00
Beijing,Chongqing,Hong Kong,
Urumqi,Perth,Singapore,Taipei
GMT-04:00
Atlantic Time(Canada)
Caracas,Lapaz,Santiago
GMT+09:00
Osaka,Sapporo,Tokyo,Seoul,
Yakutsk
GMT-03:00
Brasilia,Buenos Aires
Georgetown
GMT+10:00
Brisbane,Canberra,Melbourne,
Sydney,Guam,Port Moresby,
Hobart,Vladivostok
GMT-02:00
Mid-Atlantic
GMT+11:00
Magadan,Solomon Is,
New Caledonia
GMT-01:00
Azores,Cape Verde Is
GMT+12:00
Auckland,Wellington,Fiji,
Kamchatka,Marshall Is
GMT
Casablanca,Monrovia
Greenwich Mean Time:
Dublin,Edinburgh,Lisbon,London
Internet Fax(Option)
Setting up the Internet Fax
Programming Locations
One-Touch Dial
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the DIAL REGISTRATION
Menu. Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press YES since this is the first menu to appear and
press YES to enter the One-Touch Program.
3
Press the One-Touch Key you wish to program.
4
Press YES to accept your selection.
5
When this symbol appears then press MAIL.
DIAL REGISTRATION?
YES / or 1-5
1 ONE-TOUCH DIAL?
OK=YES
-SELECT REGIST. KEY-
ONE-TOUCH 01
or PRESS “YES”
OK=YES
Internet Fax(Option)
6
Enter the E-mail address that you want to send and
press YES.
7
Enter the E-mail receiver’s name.
8
You can select the images compression method
using one of the standard formats used on faxes.
TO=
OK=YES
NAME=
OK=YES
MH MR *MMR JBIG
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
5-8
Setting up the Internet Fax
Speed Dial
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the DIAL REGISTRATION
Menu. Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 2 or scroll down to the Speed Dial menu and
press YES.
3
Enter the number of the location you want to
program and press YES.
4
When this symbol appears then press MAIL.
DIAL REGISTRATION?
YES / or 1-5
2 SPEED DIAL?
OK=YES
SPEED DIAL =_
OK=YES
OK=YES
5
Enter the E-mail address that you want to send and
press YES.
6
Enter the E-mail receiver’s name.
7
You can select the image compression method
using one of the standard formats used on faxes.
TO=
OK=YES
.
NAME=
OK=YES
MH MR *MMR JBIG
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
Group Dial
This setting is the same as the “Facsimile Programming”--Group Dial Keys. You can refer
to chapter 4, but if Internet Fax is optioned, the Group Dial can contain the One-Touch or
Speed Dial programmed by Fax NO. or E-mail address can be mixed in a Group Dial.
5-9
Internet Fax(Option)
Setting up the Internet Fax
Program Dial
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the DIAL REGISTRATION
Menu. Press YES to begin programming.
2
Press 4 or scroll down to the Program Dial menu
and press YES.
3
Press the One-Touch Key you wish to use.
Remember, it must be one of the last eight.
4
Choose the function you wish to program:
1=Broadcast, 2=Timer TX, 3=Mailbox TX,
7=Polling RX, and 8=Relay Initiate.When you
want to use Internet Fax, you just choose the
function 1=Broadcast and 2=Timer TX.
DIAL REGISTRATION?
YES / or 1-6
4 PROGRAM DIAL?
OK=YES
-SELECT REGIST.KEY-
FUNCTION
SEL. 1/2/3/7/8
Note: To continue with this process, choose the group of steps that match your needs.
for 1=Broadcast
5
A screen appears to confirm Broadcast was your
selection.
BROADCAST
6
Press the MAIL Key you wish to enter the E-mail
address. You can also include any One-Touch or
Speed Dial in this group.
NO.001=_
7
You can select “TO” or “C.C.” for the message to
this location.
TO=
(TO=YES,CC=PROG)
Continuos to enter the E-mail address you wish to include and then save.
NO.002=
(FIN.=START)
Internet Fax(Option)
5-10
Setting up the Internet Fax
for 2=Timer TX
5-11
5
A screen appears to confirm Timer TX was your
selection.
6
Enter the time you wish the transmission to occur
and press YES.
7
Press MAIL Key and enter address you wish to
send or select a One-Touch or Speed Dial and press
YES.
TIMER TX
TIMER=00:00
OK=YES
ENTER FAX NO.
or FUNCTION
Internet Fax(Option)
Setting up the Internet Fax
Basic Operations of Internet Fax
Manual Transmission(Single Location)
The procedure to manually send an E-mail message from your device is very similar to
manually transmitting a document to a facsimile device over the telephone line.
1
Place the documents in the
Document Feeder.
2
Press the MAIL Key on the control panel.
3
Enter the E-mail address.Then press START to
begin the transmission.
ENTER FAX NO.
or FUNCTION
*INTERNET FAX*
TO=
OK=START (FROM=
)
@T ([email protected])
99%
-SET DOC. FACE DOWN*TX COMPLETE*
********
1
2
3
4
Internet Fax(Option)
If you want to change the FROM: location in the Email message, press the Down Arrow Key.
Enter the E-mail address you want to appear in the
FROM and press START. If you want to change
the location for reply, press the Down Arrow Key.
Enter the E-mail address for replies and press
START. If you want to change the encoding
method used for the TIFF attachment, press the
Down Arrow Key.
Use the Left/Light Arrow Key to change the coding
selection. You must be sure that the remote
location can handle the coding type. Then press
YES to transmit.
TO=
OK=START (FROM=
)
FROM=
OK=START (REPLY=
)
REPLY=
OK=START (CODING=
)
MH MR *MMR JBIG
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
5-12
Setting up the Internet Fax
Manual Receive
The procedure to manually receive an E-mail message is very similar to the procedure to
manually receive a fax message. Use the following procedure to retrieve an E-mail
message manually.
5-13
1
With the unit in Standby, and no document in the
ADF, press the MAIL Key and START Key.
2
If an E-mail is at the POP3 server, the E-mail is
received.
3
The screen appears the message. Then the received
E-mail is printed.
*INTERNET FAX*
(RX=START)
*E-MAIL RX*
-SET DOC. FACE DOWN-
*PRINT DOC*
Internet Fax(Option)
Advanced Operations of Internet Fax
Advanced Operations of Internet Fax
Broadcast
The procedure to send an E-mail message to multiple locations are very similar to the
procedure used to send a fax message to multiple locations. You can send a message to a
total of 148/180 locations. These locations can be either E-mail addresses or telephone
numbers, but the Max of E-mail address is 50 locations only.
This operation is different than a Group Dial. A Group Dial will send a message to
multiple locations, but the group list is programmed in the machine. The TX Broadcast
Function is for one time only, and the locations must be entered each time. If you send a
message to the same locations frequently, you should consider using Group Dial.
1
Press the documents in the Document Feeder.
2
Press the FUNCTION Key and enter 1 to select the
Broadcast function.
ENTER FAX NO.
or FUNCTION
1.BROADCAST
NO.001=
Internet Fax(Option)
3
You can use One Touch or Speed Dial locations by
pressing the appropriates keys. You also can press
the MAIL Key and enter the E-mail address and
select either “TO” or “C.C.” for the message to this
location.
4
When all the locations have been enter, press
START to begin the Broadcast session.
TO=
(TO=YES,CC=PROG)
NO.002=
(FIN.=START)
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Advanced Operations of Internet Fax
Timer TX
1
Select the Original Type and Resolution if
necessary and place your document in the
Document Feeder face down.
2
Press the FUNCTION Key and press 2 to select the
Timer TX menu.
3
The following message appears briefly to confirm
your selection.
4
Enter the time you wish the transmission to begin.
5
You can use Mail Key to enter E-mail address
manually or use One-Touch Key, Speed Dial Key.
NOV.06 15:38
100%
-SET DOC. FACE DOWNFUNCTION
SEL. 1-8 OR FUNCTION
2 TIMER TX
OK=YES
TIMER=00:00
OK=YES
ENTER FAX NO.
or FUNCTION
One Touch, Speed Dial, and Group Dial
After you have programmed the E-mail locations, the procedure for transmitting using
One Touch, Speed Dial, or Group Dial is the same as transmitting a fax message. You can
refer to chapter 4.
Automatic Receive
Your facsimile device will automatically poll the POP3 mail server for received message.
This automatic operation and the frequency of polling are determined by the settings
programmed in the POP3 interval section.
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Internet Fax(Option)
Error messages
Error messages
The T.37 option will always generate an error message when it cannot process the
received file. It will also generate error message when it has a SMTP or POP3 protocol
failure. These reports are printed on the machine that has the T.37 option installed.
In addition, the T.37 option can be configured to send an error message to the originator of
the E-mail and to an E-mail address programmed into the machine. Your Service
Technician can configure this capability.
Other error message will appear on the LCD to indicate problems.These message are selfexplanatory and indicate operation faults.
Error Messages Report
• REPORT 1: The data received cannot be printed (TIFF Error)
This message indicates that the machine could not process the TIFF
file attachment due to a problem with the TIFF file format.
• REPORT 2: The data received cannot be printed (MIME Error)
This message indicates that the machine could not process the
attachment due to an error in the E-mail encoding.
• REPORT 3: Machine memory full (RX)
This message indicates that the machine memory was full when the
E-mail was received. The E-mail is first received into memory and
then printed.
• REPORT 4: Message/Delivery-status (RX)
This is a message delivered from the E-mail server indicating a
problem with the delivery of the outgoing message. This is an
automatic E-mail generated by the E-mail server.
• REPORT 5: E-mail server memory full (TX)
This message indicates that the outgoing E-mail server has no room
for the message.
• REPORT 6: TX Error (SMTP Communication Error)
This message indicates the machine encountered a problem when
communicating with the outbound mail server(SMTP server).
• REPORT 7: RX Error (POP3 Communication Error)
This message indicates the machine had a problem when polling the
inbound (receive)E-mail server(POP3 server).
Internet Fax(Option)
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Error messages
LCD Display Messages
• *NIC NOT EXIST*
This message indicates that the machine cannot detect a network connection.
• *NIC TIME OUT*
This message indicates that the NIC did not establish communication with the
E-mail server before the programmed Time Out interval was reached.
• *NO-EMAIL*
This message indicates that no new E-mail found in mailbox of server.
• *I-FAX ERROR REPORT*
This message indicates that the machine encountered an error when processing
the received E-mail. It will appear while the Error Report is printing.
• *PASSWORD ERROR*
This message indicates that the password entered is incorrect.
• *MAILBOX MEMORY FULL*
This message indicates that the mailbox of mail server is too full to receive
mails.
• *CAN’T CONNECT SMTP*
This message indicates that the machine could not connect to the SMTP server.
• *CAN’T CONNECT POP3*
This message indicates that the machine could not connect to the POP3 server.
• *SMTP COMM. ERROR*
This message indicates that the SMTP protocol command error.
• *POP3 COMM. ERROR*
This message indicates that the POP3 protocol command error.
• *SMTP TIME OUT*
The command timeout of SMTP protocol.(TX)
• *POP3 TIME OUT*
The command timeout of POP3 protocol.(RX)
• *MIME ERROR*
This message indicates that the machine only receives TIFF file and txt-format
file.It cannot receive files in other formats.
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Internet Fax(Option)
Error messages
• *TIFF ERROR*
This message indicates that TIFF file is not the standard format of Internet-Fax
and cannot be printed.
• *MACHINE TIME OUT*
This message indicates that the machine could not communicate with the NIC.
• *NOT SETUP DATA*
This message indicates that E-mail setting or server setting did not finish
programming.
Internet Fax(Option)
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Error messages
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Internet Fax(Option)
Chapter 6
PC Printing & Scanning
Set Printer
Set Printer
The Set Printer Menu enables you to select settings for Auto Cassette Selection,
Number of Copies, Symbol Set, Font Number, PCL4 and 600 dpi.
6-1
Menu Item
Available
Default
Description
Auto Cassette
Select
ON or OFF
OFF
Set the document to be printed out either via the LowTray or the High-Tray according to personal needs.
Number of
Copies
Range
1-99
1
Choose the number of copies you want to print.
You can override this through the computer software.
Symbol Set
23 kinds of
symbols
IBM-US
Choose the appropriate symbol set for your screen and for
printing.
Font Number
01-06
01
Select the default font by number. You can find the
number on the font printout. The default 01 is Courier
Portrait Medium. The font number also indicates whether
it prints landscape or portrait.
Line Number
5-127
64
Select the number of printed lines per page.
PCL4 Enhance
ON or OFF
OFF
Select enhanced PCL4 printing.
GDI
ENHANCE
ON or OFF
OFF
Select print 600 dpi Interface.
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Set Printer
Number of Copies
Allows user to set the number of copies desired. The maximum number of
copies is 99. You can override this function through the computer software.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll
through the menus until you reach the Set
Printer menu and press YES.
2
Press 2 or scroll down to the Number of
Copies menu and press YES.
3
Enter the number of copies you want as
your default setting. Press YES to accept
this data into memory.
SET PRINTER?
YES / or 1-8
2 NUMBER OF COPIES?
OK=YES
COPY PAGE=_1
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
Symbol Set
Allows users to choose the appropriate symbol set for printing. Choose the
appropriate symbol set for printing with PCL4 emulation. If your application
does not control this, you may need to select a different symbol set to match the
language character, math symbols, and graphical characters.
PC Printing & Scanning
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll
through the menus until you reach the Set
Printer menu and press YES.
2
Press 3 or scroll down to the Symbol Set
menu and press YES.
3
Enter the number of copies you want as
your default setting. Press YES to accept
this data into memory.
SET PRINTER?
YES / or 1-8
3 SYMBOL SET?
OK=YES
SYMBOL SET=IBM-US
OK=YES / or OT1-23
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Set Printer
Font Number
Allows users to set various font numbers as listed below. Provides six internal
fonts that remain resident in the machine. They are listed in the following table
by number and size. The machine will use the selected font whenever your
computer does not send an override for a different font. This unit also accepts
download able fonts that are compatible with the HP PCL4 language that are
sent to the printer and then selected by your computer software. Memory
limitations can restrict the variety and size of the downloadable fonts.
Font Number
Font
Pitch
Point
Orientation
1
Courier
10
12
Portrait
2
Courier Bold
10
12
Portrait
3
Line Printer
16.6
8.5
Portrait
4
Courier
10
12
Landscape
5
Courier Bold
10
12
Landscape
6
Line Printer
16.6
8.5
Landscape
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll
through the menus until you reach the Set
Printer menu and press YES.
2
Press 4 or scroll down to the Font Number
menu and press YES.
3
Enter the number of the font you wish to
have as your default print font. Press YES
to accept this data into memory.
SET PRINTER?
YES / or 1-8
4 FONT NUMBER?
OK=YES
FONT NUMBER=1
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
Font Definitions
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Orientation:
Portrait text prints across the width of the page.
Landscape text prints across the length of the page.
Pitch:
Font pitch determines the number of characters printed per inch. A pitch of 12, for
example, means that 12 fixed width characters are printed in every inch.
Point Size:
Indicates the height of a font. There are 72 points to an inch.
Line Number:
Sets the number of text lines on a printed page. If your computer software sends
more lines than this setting, they print on a second page.
Print Fonts:
Prints a list of resident fonts.
Paper Size:
The size of the paper in the Second Paper Cassette Unit.
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Set Printer
Line Number
Allows users to set the total lines for each printed page. You can set any number
between 5 and 127 lines per page.
Note: In most cases, PC software settings override this setting.
1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll
through the menus until you reach the Set
Printer menu and press YES.
2
Press 5 or scroll down to the Line Number
menu and press YES.
3
Enter the number of the lines per page you
wish to have as your default. Press YES to
accept this data into memory.
SET PRINTER?
YES / or 1-8
5 LINE NUMBER?
OK=YES
LINE NUMBER=_64
OK=YES (DEL=NO)
Print Font
Allows the user to print samples of the fonts resident in the machine for your
reference.
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1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll
through the menus until you reach the Set
Printer menu and press YES.
2
Press 6 or scroll down to the Print Font
menu and press YES.
3
The unit prints the list of available fonts. It
also gives a sample of each.
SET PRINTER?
YES / or 1-8
6 PRINT FONT?
OK=YES
*PRINT FONT*
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Set Printer
PCL4 Enhance
Allows users to select PCL4 printer emulation which supports 300 dpi. If the
LCD displays, “PCL4/GDI CHANGE, RESTART YOUR FAX” because
memory reallocation (refer to Memory required for printer” ), it is necessary to
power OFF the fax machine and then turn the power back ON (wait
approximately 6 seconds before turning unit back ON).
Note: Please be sure to print (clear) any documents from Fax
memory before selecting PCL4 ENHANCE.
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1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll
through the menus until you reach the Set
Printer menu and press YES.
2
Press 7 or scroll down to the PCL4
Enhance menu and press YES.
3
Select either ON or OFF depending on
your needs. Press YES to accept this data
into memory.
4
If you chose YES, you must restart your
unit to make this change active.
SET PRINTER?
YES / or 1-8
7 PCL4 ENHANCE?
OK=YES
ON
*OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
PCL4/GDI CHANGE
RESTART YOUR FAX
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Set Printer
GDI Enhance
Allows users to select the GDI printer driver which supports 600 dpi. Additional
memory is necessary for printing documents at 600 dpi.
Note: If your unit generates a “MEMORY FULL” report while
attempting to print a document using PCL4 emulation, or the
Window GDI Driver and does not print your document, your unit
requires additional memory.
Note: Since the fax unit must be turned OFF when switching to
PCL4 emulation or GDI enhance, make sure that any documents
stored in memory are printed out first.
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1
Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll
through the menus until you reach the Set
Printer menu and press YES.
2
Press 7 or scroll down to the GDI Enhance
menu and press YES.
3
Select either ON or OFF depending on
your needs. Press YES to accept this data
into memory.
4
If you chose YES, you must restart your
unit to make this change active.
SET PRINTER?
YES / or 1-8
8 GDI ENHANCE?
OK=YES
ON
*OFF
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
PCL4/GDI CHANGE
RESTART YOUR FAX
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Memory Allocations
Memory Allocations
The Minolta Fax 2800/3800 printer function comes with 2 / 6 MB of memory. If
you print complex pages, you might experience memory overflow conditions.
Standard Memory Configuration Choices
MINOLTAFAX2800 / 3800 Memory configuration for Fax / GDI
Memory
STD
Add
Option
8MB
User Selection
Fax
Memory
For Printing
PCL4
Enhance
GDI
Enhance
A4/Ltr. Std
(Pages)
PCL4
GDI 300 dpi GDI 600 dpi
printing
printing
Off
Off
192
Yes*
Yes
No
Off
On
96
Yes*
Yes
Yes
On
Off
60
Yes
Yes
No
Off
Off
960
Yes*
Yes
No
Off
On
768
Yes*
Yes
Yes
On
Off
672
Yes
Yes
No
On
On
681
Yes
Yes
Yes
printing
Yes*: when printing complicated document, it isn’t easy to print out well (buffer
full). It is recommended to print by selecting PCL4 ”ON”.
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Memory Allocations
MINOLTAFAX3800 Fax Memory configuration for Fax / GDI printing
Memory
STD
Add
Option
8MB
User Selection
Fax
Memory
For Printing
PCL4
Enhance
GDI
Enhance
A4/Ltr. Std
(Pages)
PCL4
GDI 300 dpi GDI 600 dpi
printing
printing
Off
Off
576
Yes*
Yes
No
Off
On
384
Yes*
Yes
Yes
On
Off
288
Yes
Yes
No
On
On
297
Yes
Yes
Yes
Off
Off
1280
Yes*
Yes
No
Off
On
1152
Yes*
Yes
Yes
On
Off
1056
Yes
Yes
No
On
On
1065
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes*: when printing complicated document, it isn’t easy to print out well (buffer
full). It is recommended to print by selecting PCL4 ”ON”.
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6-8
PCL4 Emulation
PCL4 Emulation
PCL4 emulation provides 300 dpi resolution, which is adequate for printing text.
If you are printing a document that contains several graphics, you might prefer to
use the GDI driver, which provides a higher (600 dpi) resolution or the PCL5e
option. See “GDI Printer Feature” on page 6-12 for details.
Connecting to a Computer
Follow these instructions to install the cables.
CAUTION
Never connect or disconnect cables with the power to either unit ON.
1
2
3
Close all the open programs on the PC.
4
5
Connect the other end of the cables to the parallel port on the PC.
Be sure power to the computer and the fax unit are OFF.
Connect the parallel cable to the parallel connector (bottom port) on the
your unit.
Turn power on to both the computer and the fax machine.
CAUTION
Static electricity can degrade your MFD unit operations and/or
damage the unit. When the cable is not connected to your fax unit, cap
the connector to guard against static electricity.
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PC Printing & Scanning
PCL4 Emulation
Setting Up the Computer Application Printer Driver
1
From the setup program in your software application, select the HP
LaserJet Series II printer type. If you are using optional memory, we
recommend you select the HP LaserJet IIP.
2
Set your software applications printer options to match the following items:
•
•
Match the paper size with the size loaded in your paper cassette.
Match the memory size in the driver to that of the your unit.
Note: If your software application does not provide HP LaserJet II
drivers, you should obtain them from the application vendor.
Basic Operation
This section explains standard printing with the MINOLTAFAX2800 and
MINOLTAFAX3800. The display provides information about printer activities.
Using the Manual Feed Tray to Print
Use the Manual Feed Bypass to print on paper
that is a different size than the paper you have
loaded in the paper cassettes, or for printing on
thick paper, such as envelopes. If paper is present
in the Tray, the unit automatically selects it.
1
Place the paper on the tray and adjust the
Side Guides.
2
Print to the MINOLTAFAX2800 and
MINOLTAFAX3800 from your PC.
Printing Envelopes
Follow these steps to print an envelope.
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1
2
In the application, configure the paper size for the envelope.
3
4
Adjust the Side Guides to the edges of the envelope.
Place the envelope facing down in the manual feed tray with the narrow
end leading into the center of the unit.
Perform the steps in the software application to print.
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Printer Messages
Printer Messages
When the unit is on-line and receiving data from the computer, the unit displays
messages indicating the printer status.
Message
Description
Recommendations
PC Connection
Printer is receiving data from
the computer.
Allow unit to complete process before
making any adjustments.
Printer Memory Full
Memory = 00
There is insufficient memory
for the print job.
Wait until other jobs complete making
more memory available.
Auto-Select Paper Tray
The auto tray select function gives you a choice between manually selecting a
paper tray or letting the unit select the paper tray to print or fax. Follow the
instructions in “Setting Auto-Cassette Select (for Second Paper Cassette Unit) on
page 4-16 to set up this feature.
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GDI Printer Feature(option)
GDI Printer Feature(option)
The GDI driver is an option for MINOLTAFAX2800 and MINOLTAFAX3800
that enables it to function as a 300 or 600 dpi laser printer for Windows
applications. Either of a serial port or parallel port can be used to connect the unit
to your PC for printing. The parallel port is recommended because the speed is
faster, and the setup easier.
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GDI Printer Feature(option)
Connecting to Your PC
As stated above, you can use either a serial port or parallel port for the GDI printer
function.
Verify that the parallel cable you are use conforms to the pinout specifications
listed below:
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
-Strobe
10
-Ack
19
GND
28
GND
2
Data 1
11
Busy
20
GND
29
GND
3
Data 2
12
PError
21
GND
30
GND
4
Data 3
13
Select
22
GND
31
-Init
5
Data 4
14
-Auto Feed
23
GND
32
-Fault
6
Data 5
15
N.C.
24
GND
33
N.C.
7
Data 6
16
GND
25
GND
34
N.C.
8
Data 7
17
Chassis
26
GND
35
N.C.
9
Data 8 (MSB) 18
VCC
27
GND
36
-Select In
See “Connecting to a Computer on page A-7 to connect the parallel printer cable
between the MINOLTAFAX2800 and MINOLTAFAX3800 printer port and a
parallel port on your computer.
Installing The Printer Driver
These instructions assume that the Windows program is al ready running. These
instructions are also included in a Readme File on the floppy.
Windows95
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Click the Start button on the task bar.
Choose Settings - Printers.
In the Printers window, click the Add Printer icon.
The Add Printer Wizard opens. Click Next.
Choose Local Printer. Click Next.
A list of printers appears. Click the Have Disk... button.
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GDI Printer Feature(option)
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
When the dialog box appears, insert the program disk.
Click Browse.
Select the win95 folder containing the Mi28-38.inf file.
Click OK.
Click OK on the Install From Disk window.
The Add Printer Wizard lists the Minoltafax2800/3800 printer.
Select the printer you want and click Next.
Select the serial or parallel port to which you have connected the print
device.
•
•
•
15
•
PC Printing & Scanning
38400
8
None
1
Hardware
Click Next. Continue to follow the instructions in the Add Printer
Wizard.
•
16
If you are using a parallel port, go to the next step.
If you are using a serial port, click
Configure Port to configure the PC
Baud Rate:
serial port to match the
MINOLTAFAX2800 and
Data bits:
MINOLTAFAX3800 printer device.
Parity
The COM port configuration for the
MINOLTAFAX2800 and
Stop bits
MINOLTAFAX3800 are:
Flow control:
Click OK.
The Wizard copies all necessary files to the PC hard drive and loads the
printer driver.
During the file copy process, a Copying Files window might appear,
instructing you to insert the original Windows 95 installation disk.
Check to see if the requested files reside in your Windows system
already. To do this, click Browse in the Copying Files dialog window
and direct Windows to search for the files in the System directory
(c:\windows\system). If the files are not found, insert the Windows 95
disk and instruct the Copying Files dialog to search for the files on the
disk.
The Add Printer Wizard copies all the necessary files to your hard drive
and loads the new printer driver.
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GDI Printer Feature(option)
Configuring the GDI Print Settings
Configure the settings for the GDI printer function the same as you would for any
other printer. Refer to your Windows or software application manual.
In most applications, you configure the paper size in the application.
To configure the paper source:
For the Bypass Tray, place paper in the Bypass. The Bypass paper will
be selected first.
For the Second Paper Cassette Unit, the MINOLTAFAX2800 and
MINOLTAFAX3800 will automatically select the correct paper size. If
both cassettes are the same size paper, the Top Tray will be selected
first. If it runs out of paper, the unit automatically selects the Bottom
Tray and continues.
•
•
Printing with your GDI Print Function
After you install the GDI print driver, you can select and use it in your Windows
applications just as you would any other printer. When you select Print, the file to
be printed is spooled inside the PC and then sent to your MINOLTAFAX2800 and
MINOLTAFAX3800 units. Printed sheets exit onto the receiving tray.
Getting Help
The on-line help explains all the GDI print driver functions and options.
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PC Printing & Scanning
Scanning (TWAIN Driver Option)
Scanning (TWAIN Driver Option)
The TWAIN software enables your PC to import scanned images from your
MINOLTAFAX2800 and MINOLTAFAX3800 units into your software
applications.
A serial port connection is required for this to work. See “Attaching the
Peripheral Cables” on page A-8 if you need to connect the cable first.
Please Note: This feature is an option on your unit.
PC Requirements for the TWAIN Option
Cable
RS-232-C
Computer
OS
Windows 98 / ME
Windows 95
Windows NT
Windows 2000
MPU
Intel 80486SX 33 MHz or higher
Memory
16 MB or more (Windows 95)
HD
Installing the TWAIN Driver
On Windows95
1
2
3
4
5
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Insert the TWAIN driver disk in the disk drive.
Select Window Explorer.
Find the Setup.exe in TWAIN Driver disk.
Click Setup.exe twice.
The InstallShield wizard window appears. Follow the instructions to load
the program.
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Scanning (TWAIN Driver Option)
Scanner Troubleshooting
When your unit encounters trouble while scanning, an error message appears on
the LCD display. Consult the following table to correct the problem.
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Message
Cause
Solution
Place Original
There are no documents in the
ADF, or the ADF is in use.
Place your document in the
ADF.
Document Jam
A document is jammed in the ADF. Remove the document. Place it
back in the ADF.
Communication Error, Check
Setting/Scanning Table
The interface cable is not
connected or the unit is OFF.
Unable to scan image
The unit is performing an operation Wait for the unit to finish the
and is not in the image scanning
operation.
mode.
Scanning error code:XXXXXX
An error occurred during image
scanning.
Reset the computer and your
MINOLTAFAX2800 and
MINOLTAFAX3800 units.
File access error
Captured images cannot be stored.
The destination disk is
considered short on available
space. Secure space enough to
store the images.
Connect the cable securely.
Make sure the power is on. You
may need to check and correct
the communication settings in
the Option menu.
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Class 1 Fax/Modem
Class 1 Fax/Modem
The Class 1 fax/modem interface on your unit enables it to function as a Class 1
fax/modem for any IBM-compatible computer, sending and receiving fax
messages directly from your computer. The Class 1 fax/modem interface works
with the computer to increase fax efficiency and speed. It works with the
commercially available PC-fax software listed below.
You can also use the interface to scan and print fax resolution quality
documents.
The interface works with the following fax software:
WinFax Pro V10.0
Unimessage Pro
It is possible to use other Class 1 computer software, but MINOLTAFAX2800
and MINOLTAFAX3800 don’t guarantee their operation.
Note: For software installation, refer to the PC fax vendor
documentation.
•
•
Class 1 Interface
The Class 1 interface provides these functions:
Fax transmission. A file in the computer can be faxed directly to a
remote location. There is no need to print the file and scan it into the fax
unit first. The PC fax software directs the file to your fax unit, and your
fax unit sends it to the remote fax location.
Fax receiving. Your PC can receive a fax from a remote location. The
PC-fax software converts the fax into a computer file, and saves it on
the computer’s hard drive.
Printing. You can send a file from your computer to your fax unit. The
fax machine receives the file from the computer and prints the
document at standard (200 x 100 dpi), fine (200 x 200 dpi), or superfine
(200 x 400 dpi) resolution.
Scanning.
•
•
•
•
PC Requirements
Your PC must have an available serial COM port. The computer type (386, 486,
etc.), speed, and memory capacity must meet the system requirements for the PC
fax software package you have selected. Refer to the PC fax software
documentation for system requirements.
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Class 1 Fax/Modem
Connecting Class 1 to Your PC
The MINOLTAFAX3800 uses a standard RS-232C port to communicate with the
PC. Follow the instructions in “Attaching the Peripheral Cables” on page A-8 to
connect the cable if you have not already connected it.
Please Note: CLASS 1 PC Faxing is optional..
Installing the PC-Fax Software
There are a number of settings that affect the modem. This table provides a list of
common settings and the preferred MINOLTAFAX2800 and
MINOLTAFAX3800 settings.
Modem type
Generic Class 1 or Class 1
Flow control
Xon/Xoff
Dial type
Use the type that matches your telephone service. This selection
determines whether the dial command is ATDT for tone or
ATDP for pulse.
Dial tone detect
OFF
Detect busy
OFF. Your unit detects a busy signal and provides the correct
response. If the remote unit does not answer, the fax unit
responds “No carrier” on the computer, which can then
schedule a re-dial.
Speaker On/Off and volume
OFF
Using Class 1 Mode
Note these considerations when using Class 1 mode:
When your unit communicates with the computer, “CLASS 1 MODE”
appears on the LCD.
No other fax activities can be performed while the MFD communicates
with the PC.
During a fax operation initiated by your unit, a fax request initiated by
the PC is not processed.
The maximum fax transmission speed is 14,400 bps in Class 1 mode.
•
•
•
•
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PC Printing & Scanning
Class 1 Fax/Modem
Sending a Fax in Class 1 Mode
Follow these steps to send a fax from your computer to a remote location.
1
2
3
From the computer, select the file you are sending.
Enter the remote fax telephone number.
Start the send operation from the PC, according to the PC-fax software
instructions.
Receiving a Fax in Class 1 Mode
Note these requirements for receiving a fax on your computer:
PC RX must be set to ON. (Default = ON)
The computer must be on.
The PC-fax software must be running and set to auto-answer.
Your unit routes the incoming call to the computer.
•
•
•
•
Scanning in Class 1 Mode
To scan a document from your unit into your PC-fax application, you must use
your Class 1 ID number for the destination. You must enter your ID number
exactly as it is programmed. (Default = 888)
1
2
3
4
5
Make sure the computer is on.
Make sure the PC-fax software is running and set to auto-answer mode.
Load the document in the ADF.
Select the highest available resolution to assure the best print quality.
Enter your Class ID number as the destination. Enter this number in one of
the following ways:
•
•
6
PC Printing & Scanning
Use your MINOLTAFAX2800 and MINOLTAFAX3800 keypad to
enter your fax phone number.
Pre-program your fax phone number into a one-touch or speed dial
location. Use this one-touch or speed dial to enter the destination.
Your unit scans the document into memory, then faxes it to the computer.
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Class 1 Fax/Modem
Printing in Class 1 Mode
To print a document to your unit from the PC-fax application. you must use the
Class 1 ID number as the destination. Enter the Class ID number exactly as it is
programmed.
Follow these steps to use your unit as a printer:
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1
In the PC-fax software application, enter the Class 1 ID number in the
telephone number field.
2
If the PC-fax software application allows, you can enter a single hyphen for
the phone number instead of the Class 1 ID number.
3
When your unit receives the destination telephone number (the Class 1 ID
number) from the PC, it recognizes the number as its own and prints the
document instead of forwarding it to another location.
PC Printing & Scanning
Class 1 Fax/Modem
PC Printing & Scanning
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Class 1 Fax/Modem
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PC Printing & Scanning
Chapter7
Maintenance & Supplies
Loading the Paper
Loading the Paper
Paper Tray
1
2
3
Remove the Paper Tray Cover.
Fan the paper stack thoroughly and align
its edges.
Load paper onto the Tray and adjust the
Alignment Guides to touch the sides of
the paper.
Note: When paper remains in the
Tray, do not load more paper on
top of it. Always place the
remaining paper on top the stack
to assure it is used first.
7-1
Maintenance & Supplies
Loading the Paper
Optional Second Paper Cassette Unit(SPCU)
1
2
3
Lift the SPCU slightly and pull to
remove it from the machine.
Remove the Cassette Cover and press
down on the Paper Lifting Plate.
Fan the paper stack thoroughly and align
its edges. Load the paper stack on the
tray.
Note: Place the side of the paper
you wish to print on UP. This is
particularly important when
printing on pre-printed stock such
as letterhead.
Maintenance & Supplies
7-2
Loading the Paper
4
DO NOT place paper above the
Maximum Paper Level indicator.
Note: When paper remains in the
Cassette, do not load more paper
on top of it. Always place the
remaining paper on top the stack
to assure it is used first.
5
7-3
Replace the Cassette Cover and insert it
into the machine.
Maintenance & Supplies
Clearing Paper Jams
Clearing Paper Jams
The facsimile machine has two different messages for paper jams.
The message “ORIGINAL DOC. JAM” indicates a problem in the Scanner
section.
The message “RECORDING PAPER JAM” indicates a problem with the printer
paper path.
Document Jams
When a document jam occurs, the message “ORIGINAL DOC. JAM” appears on
the LCD. To remove the jam, follow the procedure below.
1
2
3
Maintenance & Supplies
Open the Scanner Cover and remove the
jammed documents.
Open the ADF Cover and remove the
jammed documents.
Close the Scanner Cover.
7-4
Clearing Paper Jams
Paper Jams
When a paper jam occurs, the message ‘RECORDING PAPER JAM” appears in
the LCD Display.
1
Press the Cover Lock Release Buttons on
the left and right side of the Printer
Cover, and swing open the Cover.
Note: The area directly below the
Document Feed Tray is where the
Fuser is located. It can be hot and
you should avoid touching it.
2
3
Remove the used Toner Cartridge from
the fax machine.
Remove the Drum Cartridge from the
fax machine.
Note: Whenever the Drum
Cartridge is removed from the fax
machine, be sure to cover it with a
cloth to protect it from light.
4
7-5
Check the paper feed area, the paper exit area, and the area under the Drum
and Toner Cartridges for paper. Continue with one of the following
procedures to remove the jam.
Maintenance & Supplies
Clearing Paper Jams
Jam at the Paper Feed Tray Cover
1
Pull out the paper in the direction shown
by the arrow.
Jam at the Paper Feed Tray
1
Remove the Tray Cover and pull out the
paper in the direction shown by the
arrow.
Jam at Paper Exit Tray
1
If the paper is caught by the Fusing Unit,
remove the paper by pulling it toward
you as shown by the arrow.
Note: Under certain conditions,
after you remove a jam from the
Fuser area, you may experience
toner smudges on the next page.
Maintenance & Supplies
7-6
Clearing Paper Jams
Jam between the Feeding Rollers and Fuser Unit
1
2
Pull out the paper from the Fuser Unit in
the direction shown by the arrow.
Pull out the paper from the Feed Roller
in the direction shown by the arrow.
Jam at the SPCU
1
2
3
7-7
Remove the SPCU Cassette.
Pull out the paper from the Feed Roller
in the direction shown by the arrow.
Re-install the SPCU Paper Cassette into
the SPCU.
Maintenance & Supplies
Clearing Paper Jams
After removing the jam follow these steps:
1
2
3
Maintenance & Supplies
Install the Drum Cartridge making sure
the color tabs fit into the slots.
Install the Toner Cartridge Making sure
the color tabs fit into the slots.
Gently press down the Printer Cover and
securely close it.
7-8
Changing Toner Cartridge
Changing Toner Cartridge
1
2
3
7-9
Press the Cover Lock Release Buttons on
the left and right side of the Printer
Cover, and swing open the Cover.
Remove the used Toner Cartridge from
the fax machine.
Take the new Toner Cartridge out of its
carton, Before installing the Toner
Cartridge, it is necessary to evenly
distribute the toner inside of the
Cartridge. Hold the Toner Cartridge with
both hands, and shake it in the direction
of the arrows.
Maintenance & Supplies
Changing Toner Cartridge
4
5
Install the new Toner Cartridge. Make
sure the four pins of the Toner Cartridge
(two each at the front and rear sides) fit
in the slits inside the fax machine.
Gently press down the Scanner Cover,
and securely close it.
Note: A new Cartridge sometimes
makes a grinding noise when first
installed. This noise is caused by
the initial meshing of the gears on
the Cartridge. It normally goes
away after a few cycles.
Changing Drum Cartridge
1
2
Maintenance & Supplies
Press the Cover Lock Release Buttons on
the left and right side of the Printer
Cover, and swing open the Cover.
Remove the used Toner Cartridge from
the fax machine.
7 - 10
Changing Toner Cartridge
3
4
5
6
7 - 11
Remove the Drum Cartridge.
Take the new Drum Cartridge out of its
carton and install it. Make sure to align
the tabs with the slots and match blue
and green color coding.
Install the Toner Cartridge. Make sure
the four pins of the Toner Cartridge (two
each at the front and rear sides) fit in the
slits inside the fax machine.
Gently press down the Scanner Cover,
and securely close it.
Maintenance & Supplies
Maintenance
Maintenance
Cleaning Your Fax Unit
It is important to take routine care of your fax machine to keep it in optimum
operating condition.
1
Using a soft cloth dampened with mild
detergent, wipe the outside of the fax
machine.
Cleaning the Scanner
1
2
Open the Scanner Cover.
Gently wipe the glass of the image
sensor.
Note: To transmit your documents
more clearly, you can wipe with a
dry cloth. NEVER use detergent
and water.
Maintenance & Supplies
7 - 12
Maintenance
Cleaning the White Roller
1
Turn the power OFF.
I
O
2
3
4
7 - 13
Open the Scanner Cover.
Wipe the roller clean of dirt and paper
dust with a soft cloth.
Close the Scanner Cover.
Maintenance & Supplies
Maintenance
Notes:
Maintenance & Supplies
7 - 14
Maintenance
7 - 15
Maintenance & Supplies
Chapter 8
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
If your fax unit does not work properly, please refer to the following information to fix
some problems you might encounter before contacting your service representative.
However, if the problem still cannot be corrected, do not attempt further repairs. Turn OFF
your unit and consult your Service Representative. Never disassemble or try to fix your
fax unit on your own, as you could damage it and suffer risk of electric shock.
Error Indication Types
The fax unit warns you of an error or malfunction with the LED, ERROR or messages
detailed below. These pages cover the meaning of the LED, ERROR, and messages,
together with action you can take to correct the problem.
LED Indication
Action
LED ON
(Machine Trouble)
A minor malfunction has
occurred.
Follow the instructions on the
display.
LED Blinking
(Machine trouble)
A malfunction has occurred.
Call your Service
Representative.
Alarm Beeps
8-1
Description
Description
Action
Three short intermittent beeps.
An incorrect key has been
pressed.
Press the correct key.
Short intermittent beeps lasting
for 3 seconds.
A communications error has
occurred.
Follow the instructions on the
display.
Continued short beeps.
Handset is not placed on the
cradle after communication.
Correctly place the handset on
the cradle.
Twenty intermittent beeps.
(Machine trouble)
A malfunction has occurred in
the machine.
Call your Service
Representative.
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Error Messages
The most commonly encountered messages are listed below. Review the cause or
symptom of each message and then take the necessary action. For any other messages,
follow the instructions that appear on the LCD.
Message
Cause/Symptom
Action
*NO M-BOX FUNCTION*
• The fax unit on the receiving side is not
equipped with the mailbox function.
• Cancel mailbox TX and retry transmission.
*CAUTION*
NO PAPER
• The paper feeding tray or second paper
feeding tray has run out of paper.
• Add Paper.
*CAUTION*
NO TONER
• Toner Cartridge is not installed properly or
Cartridge is missing.
• Re-install Toner Cartridge properly or
install a new Toner Cartridge.
• (Machine trouble)
A fault has occurred in the machine.
• Call your Service Representative.
• While the fax was receiving a document
during mailbox RX, memory RX or
Substitute RX the memory became full
and facsimile machine is unable to store
additional documents into memory.
• Press the STOP Key and print any
documents stored in memory. When
memory is available, request the other
party to retry the transmission.
• While your fax was scanning a document
for Memory TX, the Memory became full
and the fax was unable to send the entire
document using Memory TX.
• To transmit the portion of the document
that has been scanned into memory, press
the START Key. To increase the memory
capacity of the fax machine, print out any
documents that were received into
memory or wait until other memory
transmission jobs are completed. Then
retry your Memory TX.
• To cancel what has been scanned into
memory, press the YES key. To increase
the memory capacity of the fax machine,
print out any documents that were
received into memory or wait until any
other memory transmission jobs are
completed. Then retry your Memory TX.
• A document jam has occurred.
• Clear the misfeed or jam by following the
procedures given in “Clearing Document
Jams.”
*CAUTION*
PRINT COVER OPEN
• The fax machine Cover is open or loose.
• Lock the fax machine Cover in position.
*CAUTION*
RECORD PAPER JAM
• A recording paper jam has occurred.
• Clear the jam by following the procedure
given in “Clearing Paper Jams.”
• The Scanner Cover (Control Panel) is open
or loose.
• Close the Scanner Cover.
*CAUTION*
MACHINE TROUBLE
*CAUTION*
MEMORY FULL
*CAUTION*
ORIGINAL DOC. JAM
*CAUTION
SCAN COVER OPEN
Troubleshooting
8-2
Troubleshooting
Message
Cause/Symptom
Action
• The fax is almost out of Toner.
• Replace the Toner Cartridge with a new
one. If you leave it without replacing,
printed image might be light.
• The fax unit has run out of toner.
• Change the Toner Cartridge.
• An error has occurred and communication
was unsuccessful.
• At transmission:
Press the STOP Key, then try another
transmission sequence.
• At reception:
Press the STOP Key then ask the other
party to try another transmission.
*NOT REGISTERED*
• There is no destination information
programmed in the One-Touch Key or
Speed Dial number you have just pressed.
• Select the One-Touch Key or Speed Dial
number which contains the information of
the destination you are trying to send.
*REDAIL ALL FAILED*
• The document has not been transmitted to
the other party even through repeated auto
re-dial attempts.
• Press the STOP Key, check the fax
number, then try another transmission
sequence.
• The ID entered has been previously
assigned.
• Enter a new ID.
• The Mailbox ID specified by the other
party does not match the Mailbox ID
programmed in your fax.
• Advise the other party of the correct
Mailbox ID and ask them to retry the
transmission or ask the party to cancel
Mailbox TX and retry transmission.
• The number of pages of the document
transmitted does not equal the number of
pages set with page count TX.
• Check the number of pages again and retry
the transmission.
• After several attempts, transmission is
unsuccessful.
• Check to make sure telephone line is
properly connected to the fax machine and
the wall jack.
*NO INITIATE FUN*
• Remote machine not compatible with your
machine.
• Check the other party fax machine.
*RX SIDE/MEM.FULL*
• Remote side memory not enough to save
entire document for transfer to other party.
• Remote machine not compatible with your
machine.
• Try again when remote side fax memory is
available.
• Memory is not available.
• Wait until memory is available.
• There is data from PC (using PCL-4
emulation) in fax memory.
• Press the COPY Key to print out the
remaining data in the memory.
*CAUTION*
TONER NEAR EMPTY
*CAUTION*
TONER EMPTY
*COMM. ERROR*
*ID WAS USED*
*WRONG MAILBOX ID*
*WRONG PAGE COUNT*
*CHECK LINE*
FILE IS FULL
FILE FULL / TX CANCEL
FILE FULL / RX CANCEL
REMAILING DATA
PUSH COPY KEY
8-3
• Check the other party’s fax machine.
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Message
*CAUTION*
GDI ENHANCE NOT SET
Troubleshooting
Cause/Symptom
• GDI ENHANCE printing mode not set or
memory not available.
Action
• Select GDI ENHANCE printing (refer to
set printer session).
• Call your Service Representative for
possible memory upgrade required.
8-4
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Tips
Here are some tips for troubleshooting our fax. First, take the actions shown below.
However, if the problem persists, call your Service Representative.
Symptom
Action
1 Nothing is shown on the Display.
• make sure the Power Cord is plugged in properly.
• Check the Main ON/OFF Switch to make sure it is in the ON position.
• Check another electric appliance to the AC outlet to check whether the
outlet is live.
2 Nothing printed on the receiving side.
• Make a local copy to check if your machine has any problem.
• Make sure the recording paper is properly loaded in the remote receiving
unit.
3 The machine fails to enter the reception
mode when it is called.
• Check whether the machine is in the automatic reception mode.
• Check whether paper is empty or the memory is full.
4 Automatic Document Feeder fails to work.
• Check the document size.
• Make sure the documents are properly placed in the Feeder.
5 When the reception image has black
stripes.
• Use your fax to make a copy of the document.
• If the copied document does not have black stripes, ask the transmitting side
to check their machine.
• If the copied document has black stripes, contact service personnel.
6 No sound can be heard from the telephone
set.
• Check if the Telephone Cord is correctly connected to the terminal of the
fax.
• Check if the Line Cord is connected correctly.
7 Communication error.
• Most errors are caused by bad line connections, so please retry.
• Test with another fax machine. If this problem still exists, please contact
your service representative.
8 The image received is not clear.
• Make a copy of another original with a clear image to check the image
quality.
• If the copy is clear: the telephone line or the fax machine of the other party
is probably at fault. Ask the other party to re-transmit the document.
9 The image is slanted on the page when you
make a copy or receive a document.
• Re-adjust the Guide in the Paper Cassette.
10The copy quality is poor.
• If any black lines appears on the page, please clean the surface of the
scanning head under the Control Panel. If the image become faint or blurry,
please remove the toner set and rock it.
11 The pages come out wrinkled or there are
frequent paper jams or double feeding.
• Check if the paper size and type fit your fax.
• Check if the paper you are using is rippled or creased.
12Your machine print out quality is
degrading.
• Replace the Drum Assembly.
13The image received is skewed.
• Ask the other party to retry transmission. The document may have been fed
incorrectly at the TX machine.
8-5
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Symptom
14A document you transmitted to another
party was not received clearly.
Troubleshooting
Action
• Make a copy of the document transmitted to check for image quality.
• If the copy is not clear, clean the contact image sensor of the Scanner of your
fax. If still not clear, your fax may need service.
• If the copy is clear, the telephone line or the fax machine of the other party is
probably faulty. Re-transmit the document to check the image quality.
8-6
Troubleshooting
8-7
Troubleshooting
Chapter 9
Specifications
Physical Specifications
Physical Specifications
Style
Desktop - Plain paper fax, with optional 500 sheet cassette, PC-printer, PCscanner, PC-fax, network printer or Internet-Fax
Printing Method
Electrostatic transfer and laser printing
Scanning Method
Contact Image Sensor (CIS).
Photo Conductor
Organic Photo Conductor Drum (OPC)
Fusing
Hot roll fusing
Dimensions
Height
width
9-1
Depth
Standard Unit: Basic Unit
With Trays extended
W/O 2nd cassette
With 2nd cassette
Width = 424 mm (16.69 inches)
Depth = 708 mm (27.89 inches)
Height = 420 mm (16.53 inches)
Height = 540 mm (21.25 inches)
Weight
Standard Unit:
(w/o 2nd cassette)
14 kg (30.87 pounds)
Master Carton
Contents
Fax machine
AC Power Cord
Drum
Toner Cartridge
Automatic Document Feeder
Document Exit Tray
Telephone Line Cord
User Guide
Paper Exit Tray
Specifications
Operational Specifications
Electrical Specifications
Power range
120 Vac (102-127Vac), 50/60 Hz+2%
230 Vac (198-264Vac), 50/60 Hz +2%
Power Consumption
Operation
Standby
Power Save Mode
600 W
30 W(or less)
110 Vac--less than 10 W
230 Vac-- less than 10 W
Operational Specifications
Warm-up time
Approximately 20 seconds
Number of copy
selection
1 to 99
Recording Paper
Capacity / Sizes
Standard Cassette
Optional 2nd cassette
Manual Feed Tray
Exit Tray Capacity
Recommended
Paper Weights
Cassette,
recommended
acceptable
Manual Feed
Print
Effective Width
Effective Length
Supplies
20 lb (75 g/m2), A4, Letter, Legal
16-24 lb (60-105 g/m2), A4, LT, LG
16-24 lb (60-105 g/m2), A4, LT, LG
A4 202 mm (7.8 inches)
Letter (LT) 208 mm (8.2 inches)
Legal (LG) 208 mm (8.2 inches)
A4 289 mm (11.4 inches)
Letter LT) 271 mm (10.7 inches)
Legal (LG) 348 mm (15.1 inches)
Speed
8 ppm, Letter/A4 size page
Resolution
600x600 dpi
Toner Cartridge:
6,000 prints or more
(5% coverage )
20,000 prints or more
(5% coverage )
Drum Cartridge:
Specifications
250 sheets, A4, Letter, Legal
500 sheets, A4, Letter
Single Sheet, A4, Letter, Legal,
Transparency, Executive Envelope
200 sheets, face down
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Operational Specifications
Scanner
Optical system
Contact Image Sensor (CIS)
Effective Width
208 mm(8.19 inches)
Effective Length
Long Document
128 mm (5 inches) - 356 mm (14 inches)
380 mm (14.9 inches)
Can be extended to 1000mm(39.4 inches)
Document Feed Tray
Capacity
50 sheets, face down, 20 lb. (75 g/m2) A4,
Letter.
Document Width
Minimum: A5 (148mm)
Maximum: 11 inches (280mm)
Resolution
Horizontal x vertical
9-3
Standard--203 pixels/inch x 98 lines/inch
(8 pixels/mm x 3.851 lines/mm)
Fine--203 pixels/inch x 196 lines/inch
(8 pixels/mm x 7.7 lines/mm)
Super Fine--203 pixels/inch x 392 lines/inch
(8 pixels/mm x 15.4 lines/mm)
[Memory Transmit]
Super Fine--300 pixels/inch x 300 lines/inch
(11.8 pixels/mm x 11.8 lines/mm)
[ADF or manual Transmit with
300x300dpi capability facsimile
or Half Tone-Super Fine copy
operation]
Super Fine--300 pixels/inch x 392 lines/inch
(11.8 pixels/mm x 15.4 lines/mm)
[B/W Super Fine copy
operation]
Specifications
Operational Specifications
Facsimile Specifications
Dialing Functions
Phone System
PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network)
PBX (Private Branch Exchange)
Dial Type
DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency)
DP (Dial Pulse: 10pps or 20pps)
Direct Dial Keypad
Numeric Keypad
One-Touch Dial
32/64 One-Touch Keys
Speed Dial
100 Locations
Broadcasting locations
148/180 Locations
Group Dial
32/64 Groups (One-Touch or Group Dial, Max
50 locations per Group)
Protocol
Group 3 ITU-T with ECM Class 1 (Optional)
Compression
MH, MR, MMR, JBIG
Modulation
V.34, V.17, V.29, V.27
Modem
33,600 bps
Transmission Speed
Standard Resolution
Less than 3 sec.(ITU-T NO.1 chart)
Memory Capacity
Standard
2 MB / 6 MB
Option
8 MB
Memory Backup
Time
10 hours Min.(Minimum 48 hours charge)
Optional Accessories Specifications
Class 1 Interface (RS-232)
Specifications
Hardware Pin Specification
TX, RX, DTR/TSR, GND
Connection Speed
Auto Baud Rate
19200, 38400
Data Bits
1 Start, 8 Data, No Parity, 1 Stop
Communication Speed
V.27, V.29, V.17
Flow Control:
Hardware
CTS/RST
Software
DC1/DC3 (XON/XOFF)
9-4
Operational Specifications
PC Interface
Functions
PCL4, GDI, TWAIN, CLASS 1, Lan Printer, Remote Monitor, Local
F/W Download
Software
Drivers
Interface
PCL4
GDI
Class 1
Twain
Unnecessary
Optional
Unnecessary
Optional
Parallel
Parallel/Serial
Serial
Serial
Hardware
Interface
Parallel: One Direction Parallel Port
Serial: RS232-C-Din type
NIC Interface
Recommended Software/
Driver
Class 1
1. WinFax Pro V10.0
2. Unimessage Pro
Twain
1. PhotoShop
2. ImagePAL
PCL4
HP LaserJet Series II
LAN Interface (Print Server)
Protocols
NetWare, TCP/IP, SMB (Service Message Block), NetBEUI
Network Support
10BaseT, 10Base2 and 10Base T, 10BaseT and 100BaseTX
Web-based Interface
TCP/IP
SNMP Support
TCP/IP
Jet Admin Support
HP JetAdmin
Monitor, Configure, Troubleshoot
Internet Printing
9-5
Specifications
Operational Specifications
Internet Fax
Item
Specification
Remark
NIC
Interface
10 BaseT / 100Base TX
Protocol
TCP / IP
DHCP
DNS
I-Fax
Protocol
ITU T.37
TX: SMTP
RX: POP3
Content type
MultiPart / Mixed(text/plain, image/TIFF)
TX:
1.content-type: text/plain
2.content-type: image/TIFF
RX:
1.content-type: text/plain
2.content-type: image/TIFF
3.content-type: application/octet_stream
name=”*_tif”
name=”*_txt”
I-Fax TX Resolution
204 x 98 dpi
204 x 196 dpi
I-Fax RX Resolution
I-Fax Coding
method
204 x 98 dpi
204 x 196 dpi
204 x 391 dpi
200 x 100 dpi
200 x 200 dpi
204 x 391 dpi
Print by 204 x 98dpi
Print by 204 x 196dpi
TIFF-S: MH
TIFF-F: MR, MMR
TIFF-J: JBIG
Default MH
Mixed transmission
for E-mail and Fax
Yes
E-Mail send first
Document Size
Letter
Forward TX
Yes
Manual TX
Yes
Broadcasting
Max 50 Locations
Timer TX
Yes
I-Fax Transmission
I-Fax Reception
Specifications
9-6
Operational Specifications
Auto Reception
periodically
Yes
Manual RX
immediately
Yes
Report
9-7
RX Error-replay to
E-Mail address
Yes
TX error report
Yes
RX error report
Yes
Specifications
Operational Specifications
Dual Line
Dialing Functions
Phone System
PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network)
PBX (Private Branch Exchange)
Dial Type
DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency)
DP (Dial Pulse: 10pps or 20pps)
Direct Dial Keypad
Numeric Keypad
One-Touch Dial
32/64 One-Touch Keys
Speed Dial
100 Locations
Broadcasting locations
148/180 Locations
Group Dial
32/64 Groups (One-Touch or Group Dial , Max
50 locations per Group)
Protocol
Group 3 ITU-T with ECM Class 1 (Optional)
Compression
MH, MR, MMR, JBIG
Modulation
V.34, V.17, V.29, V.27
Modem
33,600 bps
Transmission Speed
Standard Resolution
Less than 3 sec.(ITU-T NO.1 chart)
Note 1 : Either LAN Card (Print) or Internet Fax is available for
option, but the machine can not be optioned both at the same
time.
Note 2 :
Specifications
Option
Parallel port for Local PC printing
LAN card (Print)
Not available (print server for PCL4 printing is
available)
PCL5e+LAN card
(Print)
Available
I-Fax card
Not available
I-Fax+PCL5e
Available
9-8
Environmental Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Temperature
10 - 33o C (50 - 95o F)
Relative Humidity (RH)
Minimum
15%
Maximum
85% non-condensing
Operating Altitude
Maximum: 2500 meters (8020 feet) or below
Lithium Battery Statement
Lithium batteries have a danger of explosion. Replace the battery only with the
type recommended by the manufacture.
9-9
Specifications
Appendix A
Unpacking & Installation
Unpacking
Unpacking
This Appendix contains the information necessary to unpack and install your unit.
Note: If you intend to install the Optional SPCU, we recommend that
you skip to that procedure and install it first since the Facsimile unit set
on top of the SPCU.
Main Carton Contents
Unpack the carton and verify that the following items are included and undamaged:
1. Toner Cartridge
2. Accessories Box
1
3
3. Packing Material
4. Facsimile Unit
5. Protective Bag
6. Packing Material
4
9
5
7. Shipping Carton
2
8. Packing Material
9. Drum Cartridge
8
6
6
A-1
7
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Unpacking
Accessories Box Contents
1. Accessory Carton
2. Document Feed Tray
3. Paper Exit Tray
4. Document Exit Tray
7
5. Operator Guide
6. Telephone Cord
7. AC Power Cord
8.
Core x 2
(MINOLTAFAX2800)
Core x 3
6
5
8
3
(MINOLTAFAX3800)
2
4
1
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A-2
Setting Up Fax Unit
Setting Up Fax Unit
Removing the Packing Materials
1
2
3
Remove the shipping tape.
Remove the Control Panel
protective covering.
Press the Cover Release
Buttons on the left and right
sides of the Printer Cover,
and swing open the cover.
Installing the Drum Cartridge
1
Unpack the Drum Cartridge.
CAUTION
Do not expose the Drum
to bright light for
extended periods of
time. Bright light can
damage the Drum.
2
A-3
Install the Drum Cartridge.
The ends of the Cartridge
and the slots of the unit are
color coded. Match the
Green to Green and the Blue
to Blue when inserting the
Cartridge.
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Setting Up Fax Unit
Installing the Toner Cartridge
1
2
3
4
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Unpack the Toner Cartridge.
Hold the Toner Cartridge
with both hands and shake
the Cartridge in all
directions to assure the toner
inside the cartridge is even.
Install the Toner Cartridge.
The ends of the Cartridge
and the slots of the unit are
color coded. Match the
Green to Green and the Blue
to Blue when inserting the
Cartridge.
Close the Printer Cover and
press down to lock it into
position.
A-4
Setting Up Fax Unit
Installing the Paper Exit Tray
1
Insert the two tabs into the
corresponding slots inside
the unit.
Installing the Document Exit Tray
1
Insert the two tabs into
corresponding slots located
just below the front of the
Control Panel.
Note: The tabs must snap
into place. Lifting the front
of the tray slightly may
help.
A-5
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Setting Up Fax Unit
Installing the Document Feed Tray
1
2
Insert the two tabs into the
corresponding slots beside
the Control Panel.
Press down firmly but
evenly until they snap into
place.
Attaching the Power Cord and Telephone Cords
1
2
3
Make sure the Main ON/
OFF Switch is in the OFF
position.
Connect one end of the
Power Cord to the Power
Cord Receptacle on the Fax
unit.
Plug the other end into the
wall receptacle.
Note: Make sure the wall
power meets the
specification for this unit.
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A-6
Setting Up Fax Unit
4
5
6
Connect the Telephone line
cable to the LINE jack
(lower of the two) on the
back of the Fax unit.
Connect the (Optional)
Handset or another external
telephone to the TEL jack
(upper of the two) on the
back of the Fax unit.
TEL
LINE
If Dual Line Kit is optioned,
connect the Telephone line 2
cable to the Dual Line Jack.
DUAL LINE
Note: In Europe, Australia and New Zealand don’t have the TEL LINE jack,
other marketing areas with it.
Note: Two turns the line cord with Core about 1 cm from line jack. Before
install to the machine.
1cm
A-7
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Setting Up Fax Unit
Attaching the PC Cables
1
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Insert the end of the Printer
Cable and/or RS-232 Cable
into the appropriate
connectors on the back of
the Fax unit.
A-8
Setting Up Fax Unit
Loading Paper
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Remove the shipping tape
from the Tray Cover.
Remove the Tray Cover.
Remove the shipping tape
and foam from inside the
Tray cavity.
If you are loading Letter or
A4 size paper, pull the Tray
Extension out to the first
stop.
If you are loading Legal size
paper, lift the Tray
Extension slightly and pull it
out to the second stop.
Place a piece of paper in the
tray and test to see the Side
Guides are in the correct
position for your paper.
To change the positions of
the Guides to a new size
paper, snap them out and relocate them.
Place paper in the Tray and
push the Tray Extension in
against the end of the paper.
Note: Refer to the Specifications Chapter for information on what type
and size papers can be fed from this Tray.
9
Replace the Tray Cover.
Note: When placing paper in the Tray, always remove any remaining
paper and place it on top of the new paper.
A-9
Unpacking & Installation
Setting Up Fax Unit
Turning Power ON
1
Turn the Main ON/OFF
Switch to the ON position.
CAUTION
Allow at least three
seconds after turning the
Main ON/OFF Switch
ON or OFF before
pressing it again.
2
3
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I
O
After the power is turned
ON, the fax goes through an
initialization cycle until it is Ready. If not used for a period of time, the fax
unit goes into the Standby mode.
If a problem occurs during a transmission causing the lose of system data
or memory, this unit generates a Power Fail Report and emits short
intermittent beeps.
A - 10
Final Checkout
Final Checkout
Preparing Your Fax Unit
Before using your facsimile unit, please set up the following items:
1. Current Date and Time
Your Fax unit can print out a report with the transmission
date and time for identifications.
Refer to Program User Data: Set Date/Time.
2. User Fax Number
You Fax unit can print out a transmission report at a
remote unit with your fax number for identification.
Refer to Program User Data: Set User FAX Number.
3. User Name
You Fax unit can print out a transmission report at a
remote unit with your company name for identification.
Refer to Program User Data: Set User Name.
4. Correct Dialling Type
(Tone or Pulse)
Select either TONE or PULSE according to the type of
telephone system connected to the facsimile unit.
Refer to Machine Option: TONE/PULSE.
5. Fax Line Type (PSTN/
PBX)
If you Fax unit is connected to the public switch telephone
network (PSTN), you can select “PSTN”, otherwise,
select “PBX.”
Refer to Machine Options: PSTN/PBX.
Note: With a PBX system, you generally have to dial a prefix number
(e.g. “9”) to access an outside line. If you set the line type to “PBX”, you
can set the prefix number in advance. Then the unit can dial the prefix
number for you whenever you dial. The following table shows you how to
dial when using the PBX mode. The prefix can be up to four (4) digits in
length.
A - 11
Phone LIne
Telephone Number
LCD Display/Dialing
Access Line
PBX mode, prefix=9
123
@123
PBX
PBX mode, prefix=9
#123
9-123
PBX -> PSTN
Unpacking & Installation
Final Checkout
Loading a Document
1
Place a document face down
in the Document Feed Tray.
Note: Refer to the
Specifications for
appropriate paper size and
type.
Note: For consistent
feeding, do not use the
following types of
originals:
•
•
•
•
•
•
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Torn, wrinkled or curled
paper
Coated paper
Thin or transparent paper
Film copies of document
Thicker than a postcard
Originals of cloth
Adjust the document Side
Guides to fit your original.
Enter the telephone number
for another fax unit.
Press the Start Key.
Check to make sure the
transmission was successful.
If the transmission was
successful, you are now
ready to do the remainder of the programming.
If the transmission was not successful, refer to the Troubleshooting Chapter
or place a service call with your Service Representative.
A - 12
Setting Up the (Optional) SPCU
Setting Up the (Optional) SPCU
The SPCU option allow you to add a 500-sheet Cassette. This allows you to make
longer fax, copy or printing runs without interruptions. The SPCU installs under the
Fax unit and serves as a base for it. We recommend that you un-pack this unit first.
After you complete this procedure, go back to the installation procedure for the Fax
unit and install the Fax on top of the SPCU.
Unpacking the SPCU
Unpacking the accessory boxes and verify that the following items are included in
the kit:
1. SPCU Carton
5
6
2. Packing Material
3. SPCU Assembly
4. Packing Material
6
5. Paper Cassette
6. Packing Material
4
3
2
1
A - 13
Unpacking & Installation
Setting Up the (Optional) SPCU
Installing the SPCU
1
2
3
4
Take the (Optional) SPCU
from the shipping carton.
Remove the vinyl bag and
peel off the shipping tape.
Remove the shipping tape
and cardboard from the gear
area.
Remove any shipping
material and tape from the
Cassette cavity.
CAUTION
Before proceeding, make sure the Main ON/OFF Switch on the Fax
unit is in the OFF position.
5
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Place the Fax unit on top the
SPCU making sure the three
Aligning Posts and the
Power Connector are
carefully aligned.
A - 14
Setting Up the (Optional) SPCU
Loading the Cassette
1
Remove the Cassette from the vinyl bag.
2
Remove the shipping tape and cardboard.
Note: To remove the Baseplate retaining cardboard, carefully slide them
forward and then remove.
3
4
Press down the Baseplate
until it locks into position.
Place a sheet of paper on the
Baseplate and check to see
that the Cassette is set for
that paper size.
Note: Refer to the
Specifications for
appropriate paper sizes.
5
To change the Cassette
Paper size, remove the
necessary screws and re-position the guides for the new size.
Note: Do not overtighten the screws. They can strip out if care is not
taken.
6
7
Fan the paper stack thoroughly and align its edges.
Load the paper into the
Cassette.
Note: If you are using preprinted stock such as
letterhead, place the side to
be printed face down.
A - 15
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Setting Up the (Optional) SPCU
8
9
10
11
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Do not load paper above the
Maximum Level Indicator.
If you add paper prior to the
tray being completely
empty, make sure you place
the old paper on top the
stack.
Put the Cassette Cover on
the Cassette.
Install the Cassette into the
SPCU.
A - 16
Setting Up the (Optional) SPCU
A - 17
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IX
Index
Symbols
“#” Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
A
Agency Certification . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Auto Receive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
B
Broadcast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2, 5-14
C
Changing Drum Cartridge . . . . . . 7-10
Changing Toner Cartridge . . . . . . . 7-9
Class 1 Fax/Modem . . . . . . . . . . . 6-22
Installing the PC-Fax Software 6-23
Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-22
PC Requirements . . . . . . . . . . 6-22
Receiving a Fax . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24
Scanning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24
Sending a Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24
Using Class 1 Mode . . . . . . . . 6-23
Clearing Paper Jams . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Document Feeder . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Main Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Connector
Dual Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
External Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Parallel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
RS232 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Serial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Telephone Handset . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Telephone Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Continuous Polling RX . . . . . . . . 3-10
Controls
’#’ Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11
’*’ Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
’+’ Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
10-Key Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11
Arrow Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
Auto RX Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8
Copy Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11
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Function Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
Journal Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
NO Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
One-Touch Keys . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
Original Type Key . . . . . . . . . . 1-8
Pin Code Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
Program Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
Redial/Pause Key . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
Report Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
Resolution Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8
Schedule Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
Speed Dial Key . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
START Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11
STOP Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11
YES Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-9
Copying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10
Installing The Printer Driver . 6-13
PC Requirements . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
Printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-17
GDI Printer Feature . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12
Group Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
H
I
E-MAIL SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
Entering Numbers and Letters . . . . 4-4
Important Safeguards . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Indicators
Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8
Auto RX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8
Initial User Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Entering The Date & Time . . . . 4-5
Entering Your Telephone Number .
4-5
Entering Your User Name . . . . 4-6
Setting Department ID . . . . . . . 4-6
Installing
Document Exit Tray . . . . . . . . . A-5
Document Feed Tray . . . . . . . . A-6
Drum Cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Final Checkout . . . . . . . . . . . . A-10
Paper Exit Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
PC Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-7
Power Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-6
Telephone Cords . . . . . . . . . . . . A-6
Toner Cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . A-4
Internet Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
F
J
Fax Transmit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Function Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
JOURNAL Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
D
Dial Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-17
Batch TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-23
Group Dial Keys . . . . . . . . . . . 4-19
One-Touch Keys . . . . . . . . . . . 4-17
Program Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-20
Speed Dial Keys . . . . . . . . . . . 4-18
Dialing Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Display LCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8
Document Scan Settings . . . . . . . 4-13
E
G
K
Key Pad Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
GDI Printer
Configuring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-17
Connecting to Your PC . . . . . 6-13
Getting Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-17
Index
L
Line 2 Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-38
Line 2 Fax Number . . . . . . . . . 4-38
Line 2 Tone / Pulse . . . . . . . . . 4-39
TX Line Priority . . . . . . . . . . . 4-38
Loading Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Optional SPCU Cassette . . . . . . 7-2
Paper Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
M
Machine Components . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
AC Power Connector . . . . . . . . 1-6
Bypass Feed Tray . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Control Panel Layout . . . . . . . . 1-8
Cover Release Buttons . . . . . . . 1-7
Display Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12
Document Alignment Guides . . 1-5
Document Exit Tray . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Document Feed Tray . . . . . . . . 1-5
Drum Cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
Dual Line Connector . . . . . . . . 1-6
Hand Set Connector . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Network Connector . . . . . . . . . 1-6
ON/OFF Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Paper Exit Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Paper Feed Unit (SPCU) . . . . . 1-7
Paper Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Parallel Connector . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Scanner Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Serial Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Telephone Line Connector . . . . 1-6
Toner Cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
Top Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
Machine Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Selecting Remote Monitor . . . . 4-9
Setting the Buzzer (Ring) Volume .
4-8
Setting the Correct Dialing Type
(Tone/Pulse) . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Setting the Line Monitor (Speaker)
Volume . . . . . . 4-11, 4-12
Setting the Power Save Mode . 4-11,
4-12
Setting Your Fax Line Type (PSTN/
PBX) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10
Mailbox TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-12
Index
Manual Receive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Memory Allocations . . . . . . . . . . .
Std. Memory Configuration . . .
Memory Overflow Transmit . . . . .
Memory Receive (Memory Lock) .
Memory Transmit . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Menu Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Menu Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Model, differences . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multi-Tasking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
concurrent operations . . . . . . . .
2-7
6-7
6-7
2-2
2-8
2-1
4-1
4-2
1-1
1-4
1-4
O
One Touch Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
One-Touch Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Options
Dual Line Connector . . . . . . . .
NIC Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Paper Feed Unit (SPCU) . . . . .
2-5
5-8
1-6
1-6
1-7
P
PCL4 Emulation
Basic Operation . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
Connecting to a Computer . . . . 6-9
Printing Envelopes . . . . . . . . . 6-10
Setting Up the Computer Application
Printer Driver . . . . . . . 6-10
Using the Manual Feed Tray to Print
6-10
PCL4 Emulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
PIN CODE Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-17
Polling RX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Polling TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
POP3 INTERVAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Print Mailbox RX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Printer Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-11
Auto-Select Paper Tray . . . . . 6-11
Program Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5, 5-10
Broadcast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-20
Mailbox TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-22
Polling RX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-22
Relay Initiate . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-22
Timer TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-21
R
Receiving a Document . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
Relay Initiate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11
REPORT Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15, 4-40
Activity Report . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-40
Broadcast Report . . . . . . . . . . 4-42
Manual TX Report . . . . . . . . . 3-15
Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-43
Reservation Report . . . . . . . . . 4-40
RX Results Report . . . . . . . . . 4-41
Toner Low Report . . . . . . . . . 4-42
Transmit Confirmation . . . . . . 3-15
TX Results Report . . . . . . . . . 4-41
RX Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-30
Closed Network . . . . . . . . . . . 4-34
Continuous Poll RX . . . . . . . . 4-36
Footer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-35
Mailbox RX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-33
Memory RX Mode . . . . . . . . . 4-30
Number of Rings . . . . . . . . . . 4-32
Reduction RX . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-33
RX Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-35
Two Page Print . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-32
S
Scanning
Auto Cassette Select . . . . . . . . 4-16
Contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
Installing the TWAIN Driver . 6-18
PC Requirements for the TWAIN
Option . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-18
Print Density . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
Recording Paper Size . . . . . . . 4-16
Reduction Copy . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13
Scanner Troubleshooting . . . . 6-21
Scanning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-19
Scanning (TWAIN Driver Option) 6-18
SCHEDULE Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
SERVER SETTING . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Set Printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Font Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
GDI Enhance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
Line Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Number of Copies . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
PCL4 Enhance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Print Font . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
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Symbol Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Setting Up Fax Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Setting Up the (Optional) SPCU . A-12
Specifications
Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
Environmental . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-9
Facsimile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-4
Operational . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-2
Optional Accessories . . . . . . . . 9-4
Class 1 Interface (RS-232) . 9-4
Dual Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-8
LAN Interface . . . . . . . . . . . 9-5
PC Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-5
Physical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
Speed Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5, 5-9
Substitute Memory Receive . . . . . . 2-9
Supplies
Drum Cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
Toner Cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
Switch
ON/OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
T
TIFF file . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
TIME OUT SETTING . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
TIME ZONE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
Timer TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-15
Timer TX (Delay Transmission) . . 3-3
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
Error Indication Types . . . . . . . 8-1
Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-2
Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5
Turning Power ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-9
TX Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-26
Closed Network TX . . . . . . . . 4-27
Default TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-26
Fax Forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . 4-27
Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-29
U
Unpacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
User Program Area . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Using Combination Dial 2-4, 2-5, 3-12
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Index
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