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Basic Guide
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CANON INC.
30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan
CANON U.S.A., INC.
One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A.
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CANON SINGAPORE PTE. LTD.
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FA7-5435 (000)
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Please read this guide before operating this equipment.
After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.
ENG
FA7-5435 (000): CF-LAP US 120V Basic Guide
Where to Find Help
Canon offers a full range of customer technical support* options:
• For e-mail support, the latest driver downloads and answers to frequently asked
questions (www.usa.canon.com/consumer)
• Free technical support Monday-Saturday (excluding holidays) for products still under
warranty (1-800-828-4040)
• Technical support for products no longer under warranty (1-757-413-2848)
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Within Canada, call for technical support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (1-800-263-1121).
* Support program specifics are subject to change without notice.
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Product Type and Model
FAXPHONE L80: Facsimile Transceiver, Model H12250
Copyright
This Basic Guide is copyrighted by Canon U.S.A., Inc. with all rights reserved. Under
the copyright laws, this guide may not be reproduced in any form, in whole or part,
without prior written consent of Canon U.S.A.
© 2003 Canon U.S.A., Inc.
Disclaimer
Canon U.S.A., Inc. has reviewed this guide thoroughly in order to make it an easy to
use guide for your Canon FAXPHONE L80 system. All statements, technical
information, and recommendations in this guide and in any guides or related
documents are believed reliable, but the accuracy and completeness thereof are not
guaranteed or warranted, and they are not intended to be, nor should they be
understood to be, representations or warranties concerning the products described.
Your FAXPHONE L80 has been sold to you subject to the limited warranties set forth in
the warranty cards. Further, Canon U.S.A. reserves the right to make changes in the
specifications of the products described in this guide at any time without notice and
without obligation to notify any person of such changes.
Trademarks
Canon and FAXPHONE are registered trademarks, and UHQ is a trademark of Canon
Inc.
All other product and brand names are registered trademarks, trademarks or service
marks of their respective owners.
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Canon U.S.A. has determined that
the FAXPHONE L80 meets the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for
energy efficiency.
Super G3 is a phrase used to describe the new generation of fax
units that use ITU-T V.34 standard 33.6 Kbps* modems. Super G3
High Speed Fax units allow transmission time of approximately
three seconds* per page which results in reduced telephone line
charges.
* Approximately three seconds per page document transmission time based on ITU-T No. 1 Chart,
standard mode, at 33.6 Kbps modem speed. The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) currently
supports 28.8 Kbps modem speeds or lower, depending on telephone line conditions.
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How to use the documentation provided
START HERE
Printed sheet
Set-Up Instructions
Be sure to read this sheet first!
This guide includes instructions for setting up your machine and getting it ready for
use. Follow all steps in this guide before using your machine.
Printed manual
Basic Guide (This guide)
After following instructions in the Set-Up
Instructions, we recommend you read this
guide to familiarize yourself with the basic
operation of all functions of your machine.
User’s Guide
This guide, included as a PDF file in the
FAXPHONE L80 printer driver software
CD-ROM, includes comprehensive
instructions on functions that can be
performed directly from your machine.
Refer to this guide for in-depth
instructions not included in the Basic
Guide, or if you want to learn more
about advanced features.
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Printer Driver Software User’s Guide
This guide, included as a PDF file in
the FAXPHONE L80 printer driver
software CD-ROM, includes
comprehensive instructions on using
the FAXPHONE L80 printer driver
software. Refer to this guide for full
instructions on printing, scanning, and
faxing from your computer.
• To view the manuals in PDF format, Adobe Reader/Acrobat Reader/Acrobat is required.
If Adobe Reader/Acrobat Reader/Acrobat is not installed on your system, please
download it from the Adobe Systems Incorporated website (http://www.adobe.com).
• In addition to the above documentation, you can also refer to the online help in the
FAXPHONE L80 printer driver software for online information about a window or dialog
box, and for step by step instructions on performing FAXPHONE L80 printer driver tasks.
To access the online help, select or click Help in the software.
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Type conventions
Please read the list below of symbols, terms, and abbreviations used in this guide.
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Indicates a warning concerning operations that may lead to death or injury to
persons if not performed correctly. In order to use the machine safely, always pay
attention to these warnings.
Indicates a caution concerning operations that may lead to injury to persons or
damage to property if not performed correctly. In order to use the machine safely,
always pay attention to these cautions.
Indicates operational warnings and restrictions. Be certain to read these items to
operate the machine correctly, and to avoid damage to the machine.
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Indicates notes for operation or additional explanations. Reading these is highly
recommended.
(1 p. n-nn)
1 Set-Up
Instructions
1 User’s Guide
1 Software User’s
Guide
default
menu
click, double-click
fax or document
TX/RX NO.
TX
RX
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Indicates a page number where additional information can be
found.
Refer to the Set-Up Instructions for more details.
Refer to the User’s Guide (included in the CD-ROM) for more
details.
Refer to the FAXPHONE L80 Printer Driver Software User’s
Guide (included in the CD-ROM) for more details.
A setting that remains in effect unless you change it.
A list of settings from which you select an item to set up or
change. A menu has a title which appears in the LCD.
Term used to select or choose a command or option on your
computer, generally with a mouse.
The original sheet(s) of paper you send or receive and copy with
the machine.
Denotes Transaction number.
Denotes Sending.
Denotes Receiving.
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Safety information
Read this safety information thoroughly before using your machine, and keep it handy
in case you need to refer to it later.
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This product emits low level magnetic flux. If you use a cardiac pacemaker and feel
abnormalities, please move away from this product and consult your doctor.
• Do not disassemble or modify. There are high-temperature and high-voltage
components inside the machine which may result in a fire or electrical shock.
• Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the machine.
■ Location
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Do not place the machine near alcohol, paint thinner,
or other inflammable substances. If inflammable
substances come into contact with electrical parts
inside the machine, it may result in a fire or
electrical shock.
• Do not place the machine on top of a carpet or rug
which has long pile. The threads may get inside the
machine and cause a fire.
• Do not block or cover the ventilation port or any
openings on the machine with objects, as this may
result in a fire.
• Place the machine on a flat, stable, vibration-free
surface that is strong enough to support its weight.
• Do not place objects around the power plug so that
you are able at any time to readily disconnect the
power plug from the wall outlet. Otherwise you will
be unable to disconnect the power plug in case of
an emergency.
• Make sure the area is free from dust.
• Make sure the location is not affected by extreme
temperature changes, and always stays between
50°F and 90.5°F (10°C and 32.5°C).
• Make sure the relative humidity of the area is between
20% and 80%.
• Keep the machine away from direct sunlight.
• Do not use or store the machine outdoors.
• Do not install the machine near devices that contain
magnets or generate magnetic fields, such as
speakers.
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• To ensure proper ventilation, make sure the machine is
approximately 4 inches (10 cm) away from walls and
other equipment.
Power supply
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• Do not damage or modify the power cord and power
plug. Also do not place heavy objects on the power
cord, pull on it, or extensively bend it. These actions
may cause electrical damage and result in a fire or
electrical shock.
• Do not insert or unplug the power plug with wet hands,
as this may result in electrical shock.
• Do not overload the wall outlet with too many
electrical appliances, as this may result in a fire or
electrical shock.
• Plug the machine into a standard 120 V AC, 60 Hz,
three-prong grounded outlet. Operate the machine
only from the type of power source indicated on the
machine’s label or a fire, electrical shock or
malfunction may occur. If you are not sure of the
type of power available, consult your local power
company.
• Do not allow the power cord to be near objects that
emit heat. The outer cover of the power cord may
melt resulting in fire or electrical shock.
• Make sure the power cord is fully extended and has
no knots in it when electricity is running through it.
Knots etc. in the cord may result in fire or electrical
shock.
• Fully insert the power plug securely into the
electrical outlet. If the prongs of the power plug
come into contact with metallic objects etc., it may
result in fire or electrical shock.
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• During electrical storms, disconnect the power cord
from the power outlet.
(Please note that any documents stored in the
machine’s memory will be deleted when you turn off
the power.)
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• Do not use an extension cord as this may result in fire or electrical shock.
• Disconnect the power cord if the machine will not be used for a long period such
as during holidays.
• If dust accumulates around the plug of the power
cord when it is connected to a power outlet, unplug
the machine and wipe the plug with a clean, dry
cloth.
• Do not plug the machine into the same circuit as
appliances such as an air conditioner, television, or
copier. These devices generate electrical noise which
may interfere with your machine’s operation.
• Whenever you unplug the machine, wait at least five
seconds before you plug it in again.
• Use only the power cord that came with the
machine.
• Unplug the machine in the following conditions:
– If the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
– If liquid has spilled into the machine.
– If the machine has been exposed to rain or water.
– If the machine does not operate normally when you have followed the
instructions in the guides included with your machine. Adjust only those
controls that are covered by the instructions in the guides since improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal
operation.
– If the machine has been dropped or damaged.
– If the machine exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for
servicing.
Handling
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• Do not drop paper clips, staples, or other metal
objects inside the machine. Also, do not spill water,
liquid, or inflammable substances inside the machine.
If these items come into contact with high-voltage
parts inside the machine, it may result in a fire or
electrical shock. If these items are dropped or spilled
in the machine, unplug the power cord immediately
with dry hands. Then, contact the Canon Customer
Care Center.
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• Do not use any highly flammable spray near the
machine. If gas from a spray comes into contact with
the electrical components inside the machine, it will
result in a fire.
• There are high-voltage components inside the
machine. If you are looking inside the machine to
remove paper jams etc., do not allow metallic
objects such as jewelry to come into contact with
the inside of the machine. Contact may result in
burns or electrical shock.
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Do not place the following objects on top of the machine. If such objects come into
contact with internal electrical components, the machine may short-circuit resulting
in fire or electrical shock.
– Metallic objects such as jewelry and watches
– Containers of water or other liquids such as glasses, vases or pot plants
• If water etc. does spill inside the machine, immediately disconnect the power cord
and contact the retailer.
• Do not touch the internal electrical parts as this may result in electrical shock.
• Do not place heavy objects on top of the machine as these may topple over and
result in injury.
• Do not subject the machine to strong physical
shock or vibration.
• Unplug the machine before moving it.
• Do not lift the machine by any of its attachments.
Lift it by the recessed areas on the sides of the
machine.
• A distinct change in performance may indicate a
need for servicing.
Maintenance
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Do not service the machine yourself except as specifically described in this guide. If
further servicing is required, contact the Canon Customer Care Center.
• Keep the machine clean. Dust accumulation may prevent the machine from
operating properly.
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Legal limitation on usage of your product
and the use of images
Using your product to scan, print or otherwise reproduce certain documents, and the
use of such images as scanned, printed or otherwise reproduced by your product, may
be prohibited by law and may result in criminal and/or civil liability. A non-exhaustive list
of these documents is set forth below. This list is intended to be a guide only. If you are
uncertain about the legality of using your product to scan, print or otherwise reproduce
any particular document, and/or of the use of the images scanned, printed or otherwise
reproduced, you should consult in advance with your legal advisor for guidance.
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Paper money
Money orders
Certificates of deposit
Postage stamps (canceled or uncanceled)
Identifying badges or insignias
Selective service or draft papers
Checks or drafts issued by governmental
agencies
• Motor vehicle licenses and certificates of title
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Traveler’s checks
Food stamps
Passports
Immigration papers
Internal revenue stamps (canceled or
uncanceled)
• Bonds or other certificates of indebtedness
• Stock certificates
• Copyrighted works/works of art without
permission of copyright owner
Users in the U.S.A.
Pre-installation requirements for Canon facsimile
equipment
A. Location
Supply a suitable table, cabinet, or desk. See the Appendix for the machine’s
dimensions and weight.
B. Order information
1. Only a single line, touch-tone or rotary telephone set is to be used.
2. Order an RJ11-C modular jack (USOC code), which should be installed by the
telephone company. If the RJ11-C jack is not present, installation cannot occur.
3. Order a normal business line from your telephone company’s business
representative. The line should be a regular voice grade line or the equivalent.
Use one line per machine.
DDD (DIRECT DISTANCE DIAL) LINE
-orIDDD (INTERNATIONAL DIRECT DISTANCE DIAL) LINE IF YOU
COMMUNICATE OVERSEAS
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Canon recommends an individual line following industry standards, e.g., the 2500 (Touch
Tone) or 500 (Rotary/Pulse Dial) telephones. A dedicated extension off a PBX machine
without “Call Waiting” can be used with your FAXPHONE L80. Key telephone systems are
not recommended because they send non-standard signals to individual telephones for
ringing and special codes, which may cause a fax error.
C. Power requirements
This equipment should be connected to a standard 120-volt AC, three-wire grounded
outlet only. Do not connect this machine to an outlet or power line shared with other
appliances that cause “electrical noise.” Air conditioners, electric typewriters, copiers,
and machines of this sort generate electrical noise which often interferes with
communications equipment and the sending and receiving of documents.
Connection of the equipment
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted
by the ACTA. On the rear panel of this equipment is a label that contains, among other
information, a product identifier in the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this
number must be provided to the telephone company.
An FCC compliant telephone cord and modular jack are provided with this equipment.
This equipment is designed to be connected to the telephone network or premises
wiring using a compatible modular jack which is Part 68 compliant. See Installation
instructions for details.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) is used to determine the number of devices
that may be connected to a telephone line. Excessive RENs on a telephone line may
result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most but not all
areas, the sum of RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of
devices that may be connected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the
local telephone company. The REN for this product is part of the product identifier that
has the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits represented by ## are the REN without
a decimal point (e.g., 03 is a REN of 0.3).
This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company.
Connection to party lines is subjected to state tariffs.
In case of equipment malfunction
Should any malfunction occur which cannot be corrected by the procedures described
in this guide, disconnect the equipment from the telephone line and unplug the power
cord. The telephone line should not be reconnected or the power cord plugged in until
the problem is completely resolved. Users should contact Canon Authorized Service
Facilities for servicing of equipment. Information regarding Authorized Service Facility
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locations can be obtained by calling the Canon Customer Care Center. (1-800-8284040)
Rights of the telephone company
Should the equipment cause harm to the telephone network, the telephone company
may temporarily disconnect service. The telephone company also retains the right to
make changes in facilities and services which may affect the operation of this
equipment. When such changes are necessary, the telephone company is required to
give adequate prior notice to the user.
FCC Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1)This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2)this device must accept an interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the 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, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. 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 reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and 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.
Use of shielded cable is required to comply with class B limits in Subpart B of Part 15
of the FCC Rules.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified
in this guide. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required
to stop operation of the equipment.
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Canon U.S.A. Inc.
One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A.
TEL No. 1-516-328-5000
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.
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To automatically enter this information into your machine, follow the instructions in
Chapter 2 or on p. 2-5 of this guide.
Users in Canada
Pre-installation requirements for Canon facsimile
equipment
A. Location
Supply a suitable table, cabinet, or desk. See the Appendix for the machine’s
dimensions and weight.
B. Order information
1. Provide only a single-line to touch-tone or rotary telephone set terminated with a
standard 4-pin modular phone plug. (Touch-tone is recommended if available in
your area.)
2. Order an CA11A modular jack (USOC code), which should be installed by the
telephone company. If the CA11A jack is not present, installation cannot occur.
3. Order a normal business line from your telephone company’s business
representative. The line should be a regular voice grade line or equivalent. Use
one line per machine.
DDD (DIRECT DISTANCE DIAL) LINE
-orIDDD (INTERNATIONAL DIRECT DISTANCE DIAL) LINE IF YOU
COMMUNICATE OVERSEAS
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Canon recommends an individual line following industry standards [e.g., the 2500 (touch
tone) or 500 (rotary/pulse dial) telephones]. A dedicated extension off a PBX machine
without “Camp On” signals is also permissible with your FAXPHONE L80. Key telephone
systems are not recommended because they send non-standard signals to individual
telephones for ringing and special codes, which may cause a fax error.
C. Power requirements
The power outlet should be a three-prong grounded receptacle (Single or
Duplex). It should be independent from copiers, heaters, air conditioners or any
electric equipment that is thermostatically controlled. The rated value is 120 volts
and 15 amperes. The CA11A modular jack should be relatively close to the power
outlet to facilitate installation.
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Notice
This equipment meets the applicable Industry Canada Terminal Equipment Technical
Specifications. This is confirmed by the registration number. The abbreviation, IC,
before the registration number signifies that registration was performed based on a
Declaration of Conformity indicating that Industry Canada technical specifications were
met. It does not imply that Industry Canada approved the equipment.
Cet appareil est conforme aux Spécifications techniques des équipements terminaux
de l’Industrie du Canada. Ceci est confirmé par le numéro d’enregistrement.
L’abréviation IC précédant le numéro d’enregistrement signifie que l’enregistrement a
été effectué sur la base de la Déclaration de conformité indiquant que le produit est
conforme aux spécifications techniques du Canada. Ceci n’implique pas que le produit
ait été approuvé par l’industrie du Canada.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be
connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment
must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. 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 coordinated by a representative 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 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.
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Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact
the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian InterferenceCausing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement
sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this terminal equipment is 1.0. The REN
assigned to each terminal equipment 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
five.
Le Nombre d’équivalence Ringer (REN) de cet appareil terminal est 1.0. Le REN
attribué à chaque équipement terminal fournit une indication sur le nombre maximum
de terminaux pouvant être connectés sur une interface téléphonique. La terminaison
sur une interface peut consister en n’importe quelle combinaison d’appareils, à la
condition seulement que la somme des Nombres d’équivalence Ringer de tous les
appareils ne soit pas supérieure à 5.
CANON CANADA INC.
1-800-263-1121
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Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
What Your Machine Can Do ..................................................................................1-2
Main Components of the FAXPHONE...................................................................1-3
Operation Panel.................................................................................................1-4
Special Function Buttons...............................................................................1-4
LCD (Standby Mode).....................................................................................1-4
Chapter 2: Registering Information
Guidelines for Entering Numbers, Letters, and Symbols ......................................2-2
Correcting a Mistake..........................................................................................2-4
Registering Required Sender Information .............................................................2-5
What is Sender Information? .............................................................................2-5
Registering Your Sender Information.................................................................2-6
Setting the Telephone Line Type ...........................................................................2-8
Chapter 3: Documents and Print Media
Documents.............................................................................................................3-2
Document Requirements ...................................................................................3-2
Scanned Area of a Document ...........................................................................3-2
Loading Documents...........................................................................................3-3
Print Media.............................................................................................................3-4
Print Media Requirements .................................................................................3-4
Printable Areas ..................................................................................................3-5
Selecting Print Media.........................................................................................3-6
Loading Paper ...................................................................................................3-6
Selecting Face-Up or Face-Down Delivery ...........................................................3-7
Changing the Paper Size Setting ..........................................................................3-9
Chapter 4: Sending Faxes
Preparing to Send a Fax........................................................................................4-2
Documents You Can Fax...................................................................................4-2
Setting the Scanning Resolution .......................................................................4-2
Setting the Scanning Contrast...........................................................................4-3
Sending Faxes.......................................................................................................4-4
Sending Methods...............................................................................................4-4
Memory Sending................................................................................................4-4
Speed Dialing ........................................................................................................4-6
Speed Dialing Methods .....................................................................................4-6
Registering One-Touch Speed Dialing ..............................................................4-7
Registering Coded Speed Dialing....................................................................4-11
Using Speed Dialing ........................................................................................4-14
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Chapter 5: Receiving Faxes
Receiving Methods ................................................................................................5-2
Receiving Faxes Manually: MANUAL MODE ........................................................5-3
Setting MANUAL MODE................................................................................5-3
Receiving a Fax Manually .............................................................................5-3
Canceling Receiving ..........................................................................................5-4
Chapter 6: Copying
Documents You Can Copy ....................................................................................6-2
Making Copies .......................................................................................................6-2
Chapter 7: Installing Printer Driver
Installing the Software ...........................................................................................7-2
System Requirements ...........................................................................................7-2
Printing a Document ..............................................................................................7-3
Defining Print Settings: an Overview .....................................................................7-4
Viewing a Summary of Print Settings ................................................................7-6
Chapter 8: Maintenance
Periodic Cleaning...................................................................................................8-2
Cleaning the Machine’s Exterior........................................................................8-2
Cleaning the Machine’s Interior .........................................................................8-2
Cleaning the Scanner Components...................................................................8-5
Replacing the FX-3 Cartridge ................................................................................8-7
Chapter 9: Troubleshooting
Clearing Jams........................................................................................................9-2
Jams in the ADF ................................................................................................9-2
Paper Jams........................................................................................................9-3
Jams in the Paper Delivery Slots ..................................................................9-3
Jams Inside the Machine...............................................................................9-3
LCD Messages ......................................................................................................9-8
Paper Feeding Problems .....................................................................................9-13
Printing Problems ................................................................................................9-14
Faxing Problems..................................................................................................9-15
Sending Problems ...........................................................................................9-15
Receiving Problems.........................................................................................9-16
Copying Problems ...............................................................................................9-18
Telephone Problems ............................................................................................9-19
Installation Problems ...........................................................................................9-19
Printing Problems with Your Computer................................................................9-20
General Problems................................................................................................9-23
If You Cannot Solve a Problem ...........................................................................9-24
If a Power Failure Occurs ....................................................................................9-25
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Chapter 10: Summary of Settings
Understanding the Menu System ........................................................................10-2
Printing a List to Check the Current Settings ..................................................10-2
Accessing the Menus ......................................................................................10-3
USER SETTINGS Menu......................................................................................10-4
REPORT SETTINGS Menu .................................................................................10-5
TX (Transmission) SETTINGS Menu ..................................................................10-6
RX (Reception) SETTINGS Menu .......................................................................10-7
PRINTER SETTINGS Menu ................................................................................10-8
POLLING BOX Menu...........................................................................................10-9
SYSTEM SETTINGS Menu ...............................................................................10-10
Appendix: Specifications .............................................................................A-1
Index .....................................................................................................................I-1
Preface
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Preface
Introduction
Chapter 1
Introduction
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Introduction
Chapter 1
What Your Machine Can Do
Thank you for purchasing the Canon FAXPHONE L80. Your machine incorporates the
following functions in one simple-to-operate device:
Printer • • • • • • • • • • • • 600 × 600 dpi laser printing for high resolution text and
graphics
• Print speed of approximately 6 letter-size pages* per minute
• Easy installation of the cartridge
• Convenient multi-purpose tray for loading a variety of paper
and other print media
• Toner saving feature for less toner consumption and a longer
cartridge life
Fax • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Automatic switching between fax super voice calls
• Fast transmission speed with Super G3 technolgy encoding—
up to approximately 3 seconds* per page
• 350-page* memory for storing faxes
• Canon’s Ultra High Quality (UHQ™) Image Processing System
for enhanced definition in faxed photos
• Error Correction Mode (ECM) to reduce transmission errors
when sending to or receiving from fax machines with ECM
capability
• Automatic dialing and broadcasting—one-touch, coded speed,
group, and directory dialing
• Answering machine connection for automatically receiving
both messages and faxes
• Automatic reduction of received faxes when paper in the
machine does not match transmitted page size
• Special faxing features, such as delayed sending, polling, and
reception restriction
• DRPD (Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection) capability
(subscription to a DRP service necessary)
Copier • • • • • • • • • • • • Multiple copies-up to 99
• 400 × 300 dpi high-resolution copying (single copies)
• Copy reduction—90%, 80%, or 70%
Telephone • • • • • • • • • Connection for handset, as well as one other external device
(extension telephone, answering machine, or data modem)
• One-touch and coded speed dialing for quick and efficient
dialing
• Directory dialing
* Based on ITU-T No. 1 Chart, standard mode.
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Chapter 1
Introduction
Main Components of the FAXPHONE
MULTI-PURPOSE TRAY COVER
MULTI-PURPOSE TRAY
SUPPORT TRAYS
FACE-DOWN DELIVERY
SLOT
PAPER GUIDES
DOCUMENT GUIDES
ADF (AUTOMATIC
DOCUMENT FEEDER)
OPERATION PANEL
LATCH
FRONT COVER
PAPER DELIVERY
SELECTOR
FACE-UP DELIVERY SLOT
DOCUMENT SUPPORT
SPEAKER VOLUME
SWITCH
Use a pen or other
pointed object to
select the speaker
volume of the handset
(HI, LO, or OFF).
RINGER VOLUME
SWITCH
Use a pen or other
pointed object to
select the ring
volume of the
handset (HI, LO,
or OFF).
FX-3 CARTRIDGE
COMPARTMENT
TRANSFER CHARGING
ROLLER
(DO NOT TOUCH)
PAPER RELEASE
LEVER
FIXING ASSEMBLY
FRONT COVER
Chapter 1
Introduction
1-3
Operation Panel
• Directory Button
• Coded Dial Button
• Clear Button
• Image Quality Button
• Redial Button
•
• LCD
• Pause Button
• Set Button
Directory
Image Quality
03
04
Coded Dial
Clear
01
02
05
06
07
Data
Delayed
Registration Transmission
09
10
1
11
Receive
Mode
12
Start/Copy
Hook
Polling
13
Report
14
Space
Redial
Pause
Set
08
Memory
Reference
Buttons
Stop/Reset
2
3
ABC
DEF
4
5
GHI
JKL
6
MNO
7
8
9
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
Function
0
15
Tone
• One-Touch Speed
Dialing Buttons
• Hook Button
#
SYMB
• Numeric Buttons
• Start/Copy Button
• Stop/Reset Button
Special Function Buttons
• Data Registration
Button
• Delayed Transmission
Button
• Polling Button
Data
Delayed
Registration Transmission
Memory
Reference
Receive
Mode
• Report Button
• Space Button
09
• Memory Reference
Button
10
Polling
13
11
Report
14
12
Space
• Function Button
Function
15
• Receive Mode Button
LCD (Standby Mode)
• Date
1-4
• Receive Mode
Introduction
Chapter 1
Registering Information
Chapter 2
Registering Information
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Registering
Information
Chapter 2
Guidelines for Entering Numbers, Letters,
and Symbols
When you come to a step that requires you to enter a name or number, refer to the
table below to determine which numeric button to press for the character you need:
Button
Letters (:A)
Numbers (:1)
1
1
ABC
2
ABCabc
2
3
DEFdef
3
4
GHIghi
4
5
JKLjkl
5
MNOmno
6
7
PQRSpqrs
7
8
TUVtuv
8
WXYZwxyz
9
DEF
GHI
JKL
MNO
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
9
OPER
0
0
SYMB
#
Letter input (:A)
Number input (:1)
Tone
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If you pause for more than 60 seconds between entering data, the machine will
automatically return to standby mode.
■ Changing Between Number Mode and Letter Mode
Press T to select number mode (:1) or
letter mode (:A).
_
:1
(Number mode)
_
:A
(Letter mode)
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■ Entering Letters
1 Press T to switch to letter mode (:A).
2 Press the numeric button that contains
the letter you want.
_
:A
C
:A
CA
:A
_
:1
1_
:1
10_
:1
#
:1
#–
:1
3 Continue entering other letters using
the numeric buttons.
Registering
Information
• Press repeatedly until the letter you want
appears. Each button cycles through the
letters that it contains.
• If you are unsure which button to press for
the letter you want, see p. 2-2.
• If the next letter you want to enter is under
a different numeric button, simply press that
button until the letter you want appears.
-orIf the next letter you want to enter is under
the same numeric button you pressed in
step 2, press ® to move the cursor to the
right. Then press that same numeric button
repeatedly until the letter you want appears.
• To enter a space, press Function then
Space.
■ Entering Numbers
1 Press T to switch to number mode (:1).
2 Press the numeric button that contains
the number you want.
• To enter a space, press Function then
Space.
3 Continue entering other numbers using
the numeric buttons.
■ Entering Symbols
1 Press # repeatedly until the symbol
you want appears.
2 If you want to enter another symbol,
press ® to move the cursor to the
right, then press # repeatedly until the
symbol you want appears.
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Correcting a Mistake
You can delete an entire entry by pressing Clear. Or follow this procedure to correct
individual characters:
1 Use ¬ or ® to move the cursor under
the incorrect character.
2 Press the numeric button that contains
the correct letter, to enter it over the
incorrect character.
CANEN
:A
CANON
:A
• If you are unsure which button to press
for the letter you want, see p. 2-2.
3 When you have finished making
corrections, press Set to register your
new entry.
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Chapter 2
Registering Required Sender Information
Your machine has been designed to print this information at the top of every fax you
send. You must therefore register your machine’s telephone/fax number, your personal
name or company name, and the current date and time before using your machine.
This section gives details on registering your sender information.
What is Sender Information?
When you receive a fax, the name of the person or company who sent you the fax,
their fax/telephone number, and the date and time of transmission will be printed in
small type at the top of each page. This information is called the Sender information or
the Transmit Terminal Identification (TTI). You must register your details in your
machine so that whenever you send a fax, the other party knows who sent it, and when
it was sent. Below is an example of how your sender information would print on a fax
sent from your machine:
12/26/2003 10:12
FAX 123 4567
YOUR NAME
RECEIVER
001
THE SLEREXE COMPANY LIMITED
SAPORS LANE•BOOLE•DORSET•BH25 8ER
TELEPHONE BOOLE (945 13) 51617 – FAX 123456
You can select
if the sender
information is
printed inside
or outside the
image area
(1 TTI
POSITION,
p. 10-4).
Our Ref. 350/PJC/EAC
Date and time
of transmission.
Your fax or
telephone
number.
You can select if
FAX or TEL is
displayed before
the number
(1 TELEPHONE #
MARK, p. 10-4).
Receiver’s name
appears here if
you used memory
sending and
dialed their fax
number using
speed dialing.
The page
number of
the fax.
Your name or
company name.
To enter the sender information in your machine, follow the procedures on the following
pages.
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Registering Information
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Registering
Information
In the United States, FCC rules governing the use of facsimile equipment state that the
following sender information must be printed on every facsimile transmission:
• Your fax number
• Your personal name or company name
• The time and date of transmission
Registering Your Sender Information
Follow this procedure to set the current date and time, register your fax/telephone
number, and register your name or company name:
1 Press Function.
2 Press Data Registration.
3 Press Set three times.
• The date and time currently set for your
machine are displayed.
DATA REGSTRATION
USER SETTINGS
DATE & TIME
12/19/2003 13:30
4 Use the numeric buttons to enter the
correct month, day, year, and time in
this order.
12/26/2003 15:00
• Enter only the last two digits of the year.
• Use the 24-hour format for the time
(e.g. 1:00 p.m. as 13:00), and precede
single digits with a zero.
• If you make a mistake, press Clear and
re-enter the date and time. You can also
use ¬ or ® to move the cursor under
the incorrect number and enter the
correct number.
5 Press Set twice.
UNIT TELEPHONE #
TEL=
6 Use the numeric buttons to enter your
fax/telephone number (max. 20 digits,
including spaces).
TEL=
123 xxxx
• To enter a space, press Function then
Space. Spaces are optional but make
the number easier to read.
• If you make a mistake, press Clear and
re-enter the number.You can also use
¬ to erase the right-most digit and
enter the correct number.
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Chapter 2
8 Use the numeric buttons to enter your
name or company name (max. 24
characters, including spaces).
UNIT NAME
_
:A
CAN0N
:A
Registering
Information
7 Press Set twice.
• If you are unsure how to enter
characters, see p. 2-2.
• If you make a mistake, press Clear and
re-enter the name. You can also use ¬
or ® to move the cursor under the
incorrect letter and enter the correct
letter.
9 Press Set.
10 Press Stop/Reset to return to standby
mode.
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To check the sender information registered in your machine, you can print the USER’S
DATA LIST (1User’s Guide).
Registering Information
2-7
Setting the Telephone Line Type
Before using your machine, make sure it is set for the telephone line type of your
telephone system. If you are unsure of your telephone line type, check with your local
telephone company.
Your machine is factory-set to operate for tone dialing (TOUCH TONE setting). If you
need to change this setting for pulse dialing (ROTARY PULSE setting), follow this
procedure:
1 Press Function.
2 Press Data Registration.
3 Press Set twice.
DATA REGSTRATION
USER SETTINGS
DATE & TIME
4 Use ∂ or ¨ to select TEL LINE TYPE.
TEL LINE TYPE
5 Press Set.
6 Use ∂ or ¨ to select ROTARY PULSE.
7 Press Set.
8 Press Stop/Reset to return to standby
mode.
2-8
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TOUCH TONE
ROTARY PULSE
REPORT SETTINGS
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Chapter 3
Documents and
Print Media
Documents and Print Media
Chapter 3
Documents and Print Media
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Documents
Document Requirements
The documents you load in the ADF for sending and copying must meet the following
requirements:
One-page document
Multipage document of the
same thickness and weight
Size
(W ¥ L)
Min. 5.8 ¥ 4.1 in. (Min. 148 ¥ 105 mm)
Min. 5.8 ¥ 4.1 in. (Min. 148 ¥ 105 mm)
Max. 8.5 ¥ Approx. 39.4 in.
(Max. 216 mm ¥ Approx. 1 m)
Max. 8.5 ¥ 14 in.
(Max. 216 ¥ 356 mm)
Quantity
1 sheet
Max. 30 letter- or A4-size sheets*
Max. 10 legal-size sheets*
Thickness
0.002 to 0.009 in. (0.06 to 0.23 mm)
0.002 to 0.005 in. (0.06 to 0.13 mm)
Weight
9.3 to 64 lb. (35 to 240 g/m )
10.7 to 24 lb. (40 to 90 g/m2)
2
■ Problem Documents
• To prevent document jams in the ADF, do not use any of the following:
– Wrinkled or creased paper
– Carbon paper or carbon-backed paper
– Curled or rolled paper
– Coated paper
– Torn paper
– Onion skin or thin paper
• Remove all fasteners (staples, paper clips, etc.) before loading the document in the ADF.
• Make sure any glue, ink, or correction fluid on the document is completely dry before
loading it in the ADF.
• If you have a document that will not feed properly in the ADF, make a photocopy of
the document and load the copy instead.
• If you will be sending a document that you have printed from your machine, be sure
to use face-down delivery when printing that document (1 p. 3-7).
Scanned Area of a Document
The shaded area shows the scanned
area of a document. Make sure your
document’s text and graphics fall within
this area.
MAX. 0.16"
(MAX. 4 mm)
Letter/Legal
MAX. 0.16"
(MAX. 4 mm)
MAX. 0.12"
(MAX. 3.0 mm)
MAX. 0.12"
(MAX. 3.0 mm)
* 20 lb. (75 g/m2) paper
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Chapter 3
Loading Documents
Insert the top of your document, face
down, into the ADF until you hear a
beep q. Then adjust the document
guides to the width of the document
w.
2
2
The document is now ready for scanning.
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• For a multipage document, the pages are fed one by one from the bottom of the stack.
• Wait until all pages of your document have been scanned before starting a new job.
Documents and Print Media
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Documents and
Print Media
• Tap multipage documents on a flat
surface to even the edges before
inserting them in the ADF.
1
Print Media
Print Media Requirements
You can load the following print media in the multi-purpose tray:
Print Media
Size (W ¥ L)
Plain Paper
Envelopes
Quantity & Weight
Min.
3.6 ¥ 5 in.
(92 ¥ 127 mm)
Max.
8.5 ¥ 14 in.
(216 ¥ 356 mm)
Quantity:
Max. stack height:
0.4 in./10 mm
(Approx. 100 sheets of
20 lb. (75 g/m2) paper)
LTR (Letter)
8.5 ¥ 11 in.
(216 ¥ 279 mm)
LGL (Legal)
8.5 ¥ 14 in.
(216 ¥ 356 mm)
Weight:
17 to 24 lb. (64–90 g/m2)
A4
8.3 ¥ 11.7 in.
(210 ¥ 297 mm)
1 sheet: 17 to 28 lb.
(64–105 g/m2)
CUSTOM1/LONG*
8.5 ¥ 12.5 in. to
8.5 ¥ 13.4 in.
(216 ¥ 317 mm to
216 ¥ 340 mm)*
CUSTOM2/SHORT*
8.5 ¥ 10 in. to
8.5 ¥ 11.2 in.
(216 ¥ 254 mm to
216 ¥ 285 mm)*
U.S. Commercial
No. 10
9.5 ¥ 4.1 in.
(241 ¥ 104 mm)
European DL
8.7 ¥ 4.3 in.
(220 ¥ 110 mm)
Transparencies LTR (Letter)
A4
8.5 ¥ 11 in.
(216 ¥ 279 mm)
7 envelopes
1 sheet
8.3 ¥ 11.7 in.
(210 ¥ 297 mm)
Once you have decided which paper you want to load, be sure to do the following:
• Check that the print media is compatible with your machine (1 p. 3-6).
• If you are loading paper, check that the paper size setting of the multi-purpose tray is
set for the paper size you are loading (1 p. 3-9). (The default setting is letter size.)
• Check that paper delivery is set correctly for the print media and task you are
performing (1 p. 3-7).
• Check that you have loaded the print media correctly in the multi-purpose tray
(1User’s Guide).
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Printable Areas
3 Paper
The shaded area shows the printable area of letter-size paper.
MAX. 0.16"
(MAX. 4 mm)
FEED
DIRECTION
Documents and
Print Media
Letter
MAX. 0.39"
(MAX. 10 mm)
Fax: MAX. 0.16"
(MAX. 4 mm)
Copy: MAX. 0.24"
(MAX. 6 mm)
Fax: MAX. 0.2"
(MAX. 5 mm)
Copy: MAX. 0.28"
(MAX. 7 mm)
3 Envelope
The shaded area shows the printable area of U.S. Commercial No. 10-size envelopes.
MAX. 0.16"
(MAX. 4 mm)
FEED
DIRECTION
MAX. 0.39"
(MAX. 10 mm)
MAX. 0.16"
(MAX. 4 mm)
MAX. 0.16"
(MAX. 4 mm)
U.S. Commercial
No. 10
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Selecting Print Media
3 Paper
• To prevent paper jams in the multi-purpose tray, do not use any of the following:
– Wrinkled or creased paper
– Curled or rolled paper
– Coated paper
– Torn paper
– Damp paper
– Onion skin or very thin paper
• The following types of paper do not print well:
– Highly textured paper
– Very smooth paper
– Shiny paper
• Make sure the paper is free from dust, lint, and oil stains.
• Be sure to test paper before purchasing large quantities.
• Store all paper wrapped and on a flat surface until ready to use. Keep opened packs
in their original packaging, in a cool, dry location.
• Store paper at 64.4°F–75.2°F (18°C–24°C), 40%–60% relative humidity.
3 Envelopes
• Use standard envelopes with diagonal seams and flaps.
• To prevent jams in the multi-purpose tray, do not use the following:
–Envelopes with windows, holes, perforations, cutouts, and double flaps
–Envelopes made with special coated paper or deeply embossed paper
–Envelopes with peel-off sealing strips
–Envelopes with letters enclosed
• You may be able to load other size envelopes than those listed on the previous page.
However, Canon cannot guarantee consistent performance on these.
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When printing on envelopes, be sure to use face-up delivery (1 p. 3-7).
3 Transparencies
Use only special laser printer transparencies.
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• When printing on transparencies, be sure to use face-up delivery (1 p. 3-7).
• To prevent the transparency from curling, remove it as soon as it exits the machine and
place it on a flat surface to cool.
Loading Paper
For instructions on loading paper or other print media in the multi-purpose tray, see
p. 2-16 of the User’s Guide.
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Selecting Face-Up or Face-Down Delivery
■ Before Setting the Paper Delivery Selector
Before selecting paper delivery, be sure to take note of the following:
• Always set the paper delivery selector before printing.
• The face-down delivery slot can hold up to approximately 50 sheets of paper. To
prevent paper jams, remove paper from this slot before 50 sheets print out.
• Never pull the paper as it comes out of the machine.
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Documents and
Print Media
• Select face-down delivery when:
– printing on paper.
– you want the printed pages to stack in the correct page order.
• Select face-up delivery when:
– printing on envelopes.
– printing on transparencies.
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■ Setting the Paper Delivery Selector
Select face-up or face-down delivery with the paper delivery selector.
FACE-DOWN
DELIVERY
PAPER
DELIVERY
SELECTOR
FACE-UP DELIVERY
FACE-UP
DELIVERY (U)
FACE-DOWN
DELIVERY (D)
c
3-8
When using face-up delivery, you must remove each sheet as it is delivered.
Failure to do this may cause jams in the face-up delivery slot and result in damage
to your machine.
Documents and Print Media
Chapter 3
Changing the Paper Size Setting
The multi-purpose tray is factory-set for loading letter-size paper. If you want to load a
different paper size, follow this procedure to change the paper size setting:
1 Press Function.
3 Press Set.
4 Use ∂ or ¨ to select PRINTER
SETTINGS.
5 Press Set.
6 Use ∂ or ¨ to select PAPER SIZE.
DATA REGSTRATION
USER SETTINGS
PRINTER SETTINGS
Documents and
Print Media
2 Press Data Registration.
RX REDUCTION
PAPER SIZE
7 Press Set.
LTR
8 Use ∂ or ¨ to select the paper size
you want for the multi-purpose tray.
• You can select from the following:
– LTR
– LGL
– CUSTOM
– A4
■ If you selected LTR, LGL, or A4 in step 8: go to step 11.
■ If you selected CUSTOM in step 8:
9 Press Set.
CUSTOM1/LONG
10 Use ∂ or ¨ to select the custom
paper size setting.
• You can select from the following:
– CUSTOM1/LONG
– CUSTOM2/SHORT
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3-9
11 Press Set.
12 Press Stop/Reset to return to standby
mode.
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Chapter 4
Sending Faxes
Sending Faxes
Chapter 4
Sending Faxes
4-1
Preparing to Send a Fax
Documents You Can Fax
For information on the types of documents you can fax and their requirements, see
Chapter 3.
Setting the Scanning Resolution
You can set the scanning resolution of documents you send. The higher the resolution
the higher the output quality at the other end, but the slower the transmission speed.
Adjust the scanning resolution according to the type of document you are sending.
If you are sending a document that requires some pages to be scanned at a different
resolution from the others, you can change the resolution setting while the document is
being scanned. However, please note that the new setting will only be effective from
the next page scanned.
Follow this procedure to set the scanning resolution:
1 Press Image Quality repeatedly until the
resolution setting you want is
displayed.
FAX PHOTO
• You can select from the following:
– FAX STANDARD
Suitable for most text-only
documents.
– FAX FINE
Suitable for fine-print documents.
– FAX PHOTO
Suitable for documents that contain
images such as photos. With this
setting, areas of the document that
contain photos are automatically
scanned with 64 levels of gray, rather
than just in black & white.
– SUPER FINE
Suitable for documents that contain
fine print and images. This setting is
four times the resolution of the FAX
STANDARD setting.
2 Continue with the operation you are
performing.
• If you do not proceed with any other
operation, the LCD returns to standby
mode after about 10 seconds.
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Setting the Scanning Contrast
You can adjust the degree of contrast at which your document is scanned for sending
and copying. Adjust according to how light or how dark your document is.
Follow this procedure to set the scanning contrast for sending and copying:
1 Press Function.
2 Press Data Registration.
3 Press Set twice.
DATA REGSTRATION
USER SETTINGS
DATE & TIME
4 Use ∂ or ¨ to select SCAN
CONTRAST.
SCAN CONTRAST
5 Press Set.
Sending Faxes
STANDARD
6 Use ∂ or ¨ to select the scanning
contrast you want.
• You can select from the following:
– STANDARD
Adequate for most documents.
– DARKER
Suitable for light documents.
– LIGHTER
Suitable for dark documents.
7 Press Set.
8 Press Stop/Reset to return to standby
mode.
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Sending Faxes
Sending Methods
There are two methods of sending faxes from your machine:
• Memory sending (1 below)
• Manual sending via the handset (1 User’s Guide)
Memory Sending
Memory sending is a quick and easy way to send a document. As the machine scans
the first page of a multipage document into its memory, it begins calling the other party
and transmitting the information even as the remaining pages are being scanned.
Since your machine is multitasking, you can even scan a document into memory while
performing other tasks.
Your machine has enough memory to store up to approximately 350 pages* (fewer if
the document contains many graphics or particularly dense text).
Follow this procedure to send a document using memory sending:
1 Load the document, face down in the
ADF (1 p. 3-3).
• To adjust the resolution and contrast,
see pp. 4-2, 4-3.
• You may be unable to send if the
memory used (shown in the LCD) is
close to 100%. Use manual sending
via the handset instead (1 User’s Guide).
2 Dial the other party’s fax number.
• For details on the dialing methods, see
the User’s Guide.
• If you enter the wrong number, press
Stop/Reset, then enter the correct
number.
• If you are connected to a PBX and need
to first dial an outside line access
number (“9”, for example), add a pause
after that number by pressing Pause
(1 User’s Guide).
MEMORY USED 0%
(Currently used memory)
DOCUMENT READY
(Standby to scan)
TEL=
9p76xxxxx
* Based on ITU-T No. 1 Chart, standard mode.
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3 Press Start/Copy to begin scanning
for sending, or if you used speed
dialing, wait a few seconds for your
machine to begin scanning
automatically.
• If you do not want your machine to
begin scanning automatically after a few
seconds, disable the TIME OUT setting
(1 p. 10-6).
• To cancel sending once dialing has
started, press Stop/Reset then T.
• If the number you are calling is busy,
your machine redials the number
automatically after a few minutes
(1 User’s Guide).
• You can have up to 20 different jobs waiting in memory to be sent.
• The document is automatically deleted from memory after sending. This occurs even if
an error prevents complete transmission of the document.
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Speed Dialing
Speed Dialing Methods
Instead of having to dial a fax or telephone number using regular dialing (e.g. with the
numeric buttons), you can simplify the dialing procedure by registering the
fax/telephone number for speed dialing. This will reduce the number of buttons you
need to press to dial the fax/telephone number, making it convenient for frequently
dialed numbers.
Speed dialing also allows you to register several fax numbers under one speed dialing
button or code so that you can send a document to all those fax numbers in one
operation.
You can also look up a fax/telephone number quickly using the directory function.
See below for details on the different speed dialing methods.
Your machine offers the following speed dialing methods:
■ One-Touch Speed Dialing (2 p. 4-7)
Register a fax/telephone number under a one-touch speed dialing button so that you
only have to press one button to dial that fax/telephone number.
There are 15 one-touch speed dialing buttons available for you to register
fax/telephone numbers.
■ Coded Speed Dialing (2 p. 4-11)
Register a fax/telephone number under a coded speed dialing code so that you only
have to press Coded Dial and enter the registered two-digit code (with the numeric
buttons) to dial that fax/telephone number.
There are 100 codes available for you to register fax/telephone numbers.
■ Group Dialing (2 User’s Guide)
“Group” up to 114 fax numbers together, so you can send to those fax numbers in one
quick operation. A group is registered under a one-touch speed dialing button or a
coded speed dialing code.
■ Directory Dialing (2 User’s Guide)
Use the Directory button to look up the fax/telephone numbers you registered for onetouch speed dialing, coded speed dialing, and group dialing.
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Chapter 4
Registering One-Touch Speed Dialing
By registering a fax/telephone number under a one-touch speed dialing button, you can
simplify dialing of that number to the press of a single button.
Follow this procedure to register one-touch speed dialing:
1 Press Function.
2 Press Data Registration.
3 Use ∂ or ¨ to select TEL
REGISTRATION.
4 Press Set twice.
DATA REGSTRATION
TEL REGISTRATION
1-TOUCH SPD DIAL
01=
speed dialing button (01 to 15) under
which you want to register the
fax/telephone number.
04=
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5 Use ∂ or ¨ to select the one-touch
• If a one-touch speed dialing button has
already been registered, the number
registered under that button appears.
• If a group is already registered under a
one-touch speed dialing button, GROUP
DIAL appears.
6 Press Set twice.
TELEPHONE NUMBER
TEL=_
7 Use the numeric buttons to enter the
fax/telephone number you want to
register (max. 120 digits, including
spaces and pauses).
TEL=20 5xx xxxx_
• To enter a space, press Function then
Space. Spaces are optional and are
ignored during dialing.
• To enter a pause, press Pause.
• To correct a mistake in the number,
press ¬ to delete the rightmost digit.
Alternatively, press Clear to delete the
entire number.
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• To cancel one-touch speed dialing for
the button you selected, press Clear
then Set. Press Stop/Reset to return to
standby mode. The fax/telephone
number and name registered under that
button will be deleted.
• If you have already registered a number
that you want to keep, ignore this step.
8 Press Set twice.
NAME
9 Use the numeric buttons to enter a
name for the one-touch speed dialing
button (max. 16 characters, including
spaces).
_
:A
Canon EUROPA
:A
• If you are unsure how to enter
characters, see p. 2-2.
• If you have already registered a name
that you want to keep, ignore this step.
10 Press Set.
OPTIONAL SETTING
11 This completes the basic one-touch
speed dialing settings.
To continue registering other onetouch speed dialing buttons, press Set
twice and repeat the procedure from
step 5.
-orTo end registering one-touch speed
dialing buttons, press Stop/Reset to
return to standby mode.
-orTo register the transmission type for
the current button you are registering,
continue with the steps below.
12 Press Set.
13 Use ∂ or ¨ to select ON.
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14 Press Set twice.
TX TYPE
REGULAR TX
15 Use ∂ or ¨ to select the transmission
type setting you want.
• You can select from the following:
– REGULAR TX
Normal transmission.
– PSWD/SUBADDRESS
Transmission with a subaddress
and/or password. For details, see
below.
■ If you selected REGULAR TX in step 15:
17 Press Stop/Reset to return to standby
mode.
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■ If you selected PSWD/SUBADDRESS in step 15:
The other party’s fax machine may require an ITU-T-standard subaddress and/or
password to receive faxes. The subaddress/password you register here must match
exactly the one(s) registered on the other party’s fax machine. Contact the other party
to check their settings.
When sending with a subaddress/password, the other party’s fax machine receives the
fax only if your subaddress/password matches theirs. Their fax machine then handles
the received fax according to the feature they are using.
You also need to register a subaddress/password when polling a fax machine that
requires these settings (1 User’s Guide).
Continue with the steps below to register a subaddress/password:
16 Press Set twice.
17 If a subaddress is required, use the
numeric buttons to enter it (max. 20
digits).
SUBADDRESS
1234
• If a subaddress is not required, ignore
this step.
• If you have already registered a
subaddress that you want to keep,
ignore this step.
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16 Press Set.
18 Press Set twice.
PASSWORD
19 If a password is required, use the
4321
numeric buttons to enter it (max. 20
digits).
• If a password is not required, ignore this
step.
• If you have already registered a
password that you want to keep, ignore
this step.
20 Press Set.
05=
21 To continue registering other onetouch speed dialing buttons, repeat
the procedure from step 5.
-orPress Stop/Reset to return to standby
mode.
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• Use the destination labels provided with your machine to label the one-touch speed
dialing buttons. Stick the labels above each corresponding button.
• To check your entries, you can print a list of all the numbers and names registered for
one-touch speed dialing (1 User’s Guide).
Sending Faxes
Chapter 4
Registering Coded Speed Dialing
By registering a fax/telephone number under a coded speed dialing code, you can
simplify dialing of that number to pressing Coded Dial and entering the registered twodigit code.
Follow this procedure to register coded speed dialing:
1 Press Function.
3 Use ∂ or ¨ to select TEL
REGISTRATION.
4 Press Set.
5 Use ∂ or ¨ to select CODED SPEED
DIAL.
6 Press Set.
7 Use ∂ or ¨ to select the coded speed
dialing code (00 to 99) under which
you want to register the fax/telephone
number.
DATA REGSTRATION
TEL REGISTRATION
1-TOUCH SPD DIAL
CODED SPEED DIAL
A00=
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2 Press Data Registration.
A01=
• Alternatively, press Coded Dial and use
the numeric buttons to enter the code.
• If a coded speed dialing code has
already been registered, the number
registered under that code appears.
• If a group is already registered under a
coded speed dialing code, GROUP DIAL
appears.
8 Press Set twice.
TELEPHONE NUMBER
TEL=_
9 Use the numeric buttons to enter the
fax/telephone number you want to
register (max. 120 digits, including
spaces and pauses)(1 p. 4-7).
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10 Press Set twice.
11 Use the numeric buttons to enter a
name for the coded speed dialing
code (max. 16 characters, including
spaces)(1 p. 4-8).
12 Press Set.
NAME
_
:A
Canon Inc.
:A
OPTIONAL SETTING
13 This completes the basic coded speed
dialing settings.
To continue registering other coded
speed dialing codes, press Set twice
and repeat the procedure from step 7.
-orTo end registering coded speed
dialing codes, press Stop/Reset to
return to standby mode.
-orTo register the transmission type for
the current code you are registering,
continue with the steps below.
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14 Press Set.
OFF
15 Use ∂ or ¨ to select ON.
16 Press Set twice.
ON
TX TYPE
REGULAR TX
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17 Use ∂ or ¨ to select the transmission
type setting you want.
• You can select from the following:
– REGULAR TX
Normal transmission.
– PSWD/SUBADDRESS
Transmission with a subaddress
and/or password. For details, see
p. 4-9.
■ If you selected REGULAR TX in step 17:
18 Press Set.
19 Press Stop/Reset to return to standby
mode.
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■ If you selected PSWD/SUBADDRESS in step 17:
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Set a subaddress/password (1 p. 4-9).
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Using Speed Dialing
Follow this procedure to send a document using one-touch speed dialing, coded speed
dialing, or group dialing:
1 Load the document, face down in the
ADF (1 p. 3-3).
• To adjust the resolution and contrast,
see pp. 4-2, 4-3.
• You may be unable to send if the
memory used (shown in the LCD) is
close to 100%. To free up space in the
machine’s memory: print, send, or delete any
documents you no longer need to be
stored in memory (1 User’s Guide).
MEMORY USED 0%
(Currently used memory)
DOCUMENT READY
(Standby to scan)
2 Enter the one-touch speed dialing
button or coded speed dialing code
assigned to the fax number or group
you want to send to.
❚ One-touch speed dialing button:
Press the one-touch speed dialing
button you want.
❚ Coded speed dialing code:
Press Coded Dial, then use the
numeric buttons to enter the twodigit code you want.
• If you make a mistake, press
Stop/Reset and repeat this step.
• NO TEL # appears if no fax/telephone
number or group is assigned to the
speed dialing button or code you
pressed.
3 Press Start/Copy to begin scanning
for sending, or wait a few seconds for
your machine to begin scanning
automatically.
• If you do not want your machine to
begin scanning automatically after a few
seconds, disable the TIME OUT setting
(1 p. 10-6).
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Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Receiving Faxes
Receiving Faxes
Chapter 5
Receiving Faxes
5-1
Receiving Methods
Your machine provides you with several modes for receiving faxes. To determine which
mode best suits your requirements, refer to the table below:
Receive Mode
Main Use Operation
Requirements
Details
Fax/Tel Mode
Fax/Tel
The machine
automatically switches
between fax and voice
calls. It receives faxes
automatically and rings
for voice calls.
Handset or the
User’s
extension telephone Guide
connected to your
machine.
MANUAL MODE
Tel
The machine rings for
every call, whether a
fax call or a voice call.
For a fax call, you have
to manually activate
reception of a fax.
Handset or the
p. 5-3
extension telephone
connected to your
machine.
FAX ONLY MODE Fax
Separate telephone
The machine answers
line for fax use only.
all calls as fax calls. It
receives faxes
automatically and
disconnects voice calls.
User’s
Guide
ANS.MACHINE
MODE
Fax/Tel
The machine receives
Answering machine
documents automatically connected to your
and the answering
machine.
machine records voice
messages.
User’s
Guide
DRPD
Fax/Tel
The machine rings
differently depending on
whether a call is a fax
or voice call.
Subscription to a
User’s
DRPD service.
Guide
Handset or the
extension telephone
connected to your
machine.
Once you have decided which receive mode is suitable for your needs, set the mode
by pressing Function, Receive Mode, then ¨ or ∂. You can change the mode at any
time.
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Chapter 5
Receiving Faxes Manually: MANUAL MODE
Setting MANUAL MODE
Follow this procedure to set the receive mode to MANUAL MODE:
1 Press Function, then Receive Mode.
2 Press ∂ or ¨ to select MANUAL
MODE.
MANUAL MODE
3 Press Set.
• The LCD changes to this display:
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Manual
Receiving a Fax Manually
Follow this procedure to receive a fax manually:
1 Make sure Manual is displayed in the
LCD.
2 Make sure you have connected the
handset or extension telephone to
your machine (1 Set-Up Instructions).
3 When you hear the handset or
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extension telephone ring, pick up the
handset.
■ If you hear a long beep tone or silence:
4 Someone is trying to send you a fax.
Press Start/Copy on your machine
and hang up to begin receiving the
document.
• If you are using the extension telephone
and it is located away from your
machine, dial 25 (the default remote
receiving ID) on your telephone and
hang up.
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■ If you hear a voice:
4 Start your conversation. If the caller
wants to send a fax after talking to
you, ask them to press the start button
on their fax machine.
5 When you hear a long beep, press
Start/Copy on your machine and
hang up to begin receiving the
document.
• If you are using the extension telephone
and it is located away from your
machine, dial 25 (the default remote
receiving ID) on your telephone and
hang up.
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• If using the handset, be sure to hang up after you press Start/Copy on the machine,
otherwise the call will be disconnected.
• Your machine will alert you by beeping if the handset is not hung up properly. Make sure
the handset is seated properly in its cradle. If you do not want the machine to beep,
disable the OFFHOOK ALARM setting (1 p. 10-4).
• If you cannot activate reception from the extension telephone, check that the REMOTE
RX setting is enabled (1 p. 10-7).
• You can change the remote receiving ID (1 REMOTE RX ID, p. 10-7), or disable remote
receiving (1 REMOTE RX, p. 10-7).
• If you have an answering machine connected to your machine that can carry out remotecontrol operations (controlling your answering machine from a remote telephone), the
security code for this function may be the same as the remote receiving ID of your
machine. If this is the case, make sure you change the machine’s remote receiving ID to
make it distinct from the answering machine’s security code (1 REMOTE RX ID, p. 107).
Canceling Receiving
Press Stop/Reset, then press T.
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Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Copying
Copying
Chapter 6
Copying
6-1
Documents You Can Copy
For information on the types of documents you can copy, their requirements, and
details on loading documents, see Chapter 3.
Making Copies
Follow this procedure to make copies:
1 Adjust the paper delivery selector if
necessary (1 p. 3-7).
2 Load the document, face down in the
ADF (1 p. 3-3).
• To adjust the contrast, see p. 4-3.
MEMORY USED 0%
(Currently used memory)
DOCUMENT READY
(Standby to scan)
3 Press Start/Copy.
4 Press Image Quality repeatedly until
the resolution setting you want is
displayed.
COPY
100%
01
PHOTO
• You can select from the following:
– TEXT
Suitable for most text documents.
– PHOTO
Suitable for documents that contain
photographs.
5 To make a reduced copy of your
document, use ∂ or ¨ to select the
reduction percentage you want.
COPY
80%
01
• You can select from the following:
– 70%
– 80%
– 90%
– 100%
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6 If you want to make multiple copies,
use the numeric buttons to enter the
number of copies.
COPY
80%
05
• You can make up to 99 copies.
The machine copies at 400 × 300
dpi for single copies, and at 200 ×
300 dpi for multiple copies. For
best quality output, make one copy
at a time.
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7 Press Start/Copy to begin copying.
• To cancel copying, press Stop/Reset.
You may then need to open the
operation panel to remove the
document from the ADF (1 p. 9-2).
You will be unable to make multiple copies if MEMORY FULL appears in the LCD. Print,
send, or delete any documents you no longer need to be stored in the machine’s
memory (1 User’s Guide), then start again. Also, if you are copying multiple pages with
many graphics, separate the pages into smaller stacks or make the desired number of
copies one at a time as needed.
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Chapter 7
Installing
Printer Driver
Installing Printer Driver
Chapter 7
Installing Printer Driver
7-1
Installing the Software
If you have not already installed the software as explained in the Set-Up Instructions
please do so now. For instructions, see the Set-Up Instructions or the Software User’s
Guide.
System Requirements
To successfully install and operate your printer and printer driver, your system must
meet the following minimum requirements:
■ Windows Operating System
Microsoft Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, or Windows XP.
■ USB Port
■ Computer Processor
•
•
•
•
Windows
Windows
Windows
Windows
98: A 90-megahertz (MHz) Pentium processor or higher
Me: A 150-MHz Pentium processor or higher
2000: A 133-MHz Pentium processor or higher
XP: A 233-MHz Pentium processor or higher
■ Memory
• Windows 98/Me: 32 megabytes (MB) of RAM. 64 MB of RAM or more is
recommended.
• Windows 2000/XP: 64 MB of RAM. 128 MB of RAM or more is recommended.
■ Hard Disk Space
15 MB of available hard disk space
■ Disk Drive
CD-ROM drive, or access to one over a network connection
■ Monitor
256-color SVGA monitor or greater
■ Printer Cable
A USB cable 16.4 feet (5 meters) in length or shorter.
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Printing a Document
Once you have installed the software, you are ready to print a document, from any
Windows application that supports printing, such as Word for Windows.
Predefined printer settings are initially installed, enabling you to print immediately.
These settings determine what your documents look like when printed. For example,
they define such settings as the paper size and page orientation.
Instructions for printing a document can vary somewhat for different Windows
applications. Therefore, for detailed instructions, see the user documentation for the
specific application from which you are printing.
The following instructions summarize the general procedures for printing a document.
■ To print a document
1 With your document open, click the command to print your document. (In most
Windows applications, the Print command is on the File menu or toolbar.)
2 In the Print dialog box, make sure the printer is selected under Printer (Windows
98/Me) or Select Printer (Windows 2000/XP).
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Printer Driver
3 Click the command to print your document (usually OK or Print).
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7-3
Defining Print Settings: an Overview
Print settings determine how your document looks when it is printed.
Although predefined print settings are initially installed with the software, you may want
to change these settings for certain documents.
Print settings can be changed to suit the type of document you are printing.
For example, if you regularly print draft copies of reports, you can define print settings
to suit your printing requirements.
You can change a number of print settings, such as the paper size, page layout,
resolution, and halftoning method. If you use certain print settings often, you can save
the settings as a print profile and reuse the profile as needed.
The following instructions summarize the general procedures for changing printer
settings, based on your version of Windows. For detailed information on specific print
settings, see the sections that immediately follow these instructions.
■ To define print settings (Windows 98/Me):
1 On the Windows desktop, click Start, point to Settings, and then click Printers.
2 In the Printers window, right-click the printer icon. On the displayed menu, click
Properties.
■ To define print settings (Windows 2000/XP):
1 On the Windows desktop, click Start, point to Settings, and then click Printers
(in Windows XP, click Start, and then click Printers and Faxes).
2 In the Printers window (in Windows XP, the Printers and Faxes window), right-click
the printer icon. On the displayed menu, click Printing Preferences.
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3 In the Properties dialog box, on the Page Setup or Quality tab, specify the desired
printer settings.
4 To accept the changes and close the dialog box, click OK.
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• To accept the changes and leave the dialog box open, click Apply.
• To cancel the changes and return to the default settings, click Restore Defaults.
• To close the dialog box without accepting any changes, click Cancel.
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Viewing a Summary of Print Settings
As you work with the individual print settings on the different tabs, you can view a
summary of the current settings at any time.
■ To view a summary of print settings
On Page Setup or Quality tab, click View Settings.
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Chapter 7
Maintenance.
Chapter 8
Maintenance
8-1
Maintenance
Chapter 8
Periodic Cleaning
This section describes the necessary cleaning procedures for your machine. Please
note the following before cleaning your machine:
• Be sure to disconnect the power cord before cleaning the machine. Since documents
in memory are erased when the power is disconnected, print or send any documents
stored in memory before disconnecting the power cord (1 User’s Guide).
• Do not use tissue paper, paper towels, or similar materials for cleaning; they can stick
to the components or generate static charges.
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Never use volatile liquids such as thinners, benzene, acetone, or any other chemical
cleaner to clean the interior of the machine; these can damage the machine’s
components.
Cleaning the Machine’s Exterior
Follow this procedure to clean the machine’s outer casing:
1 Disconnect the power cord from the
machine.
2 Wipe the machine’s exterior with a
clean, soft, lint-free cloth moistened
with water or diluted dishwashing
detergent solution.
3 When you are finished, reconnect the
power cord.
Cleaning the Machine’s Interior
To prevent toner powder and paper dust from accumulating inside the machine and
affecting print quality, clean the machine’s print area periodically.
Follow this procedure to clean inside the machine:
1 Disconnect the power cord from the machine.
2 Lift the latch and open the front cover.
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Do not try to open the front cover
without lifting the latch since this
may damage your machine.
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Maintenance
3 Hold the cartridge by its handle
and remove it from the machine.
• To avoid exposing the cartridge to light,
place it in its protective bag or wrap it in
a thick cloth.
HANDLE
4 Use a clean, soft, dry, lint-free cloth to
remove any toner or paper debris from
the machine’s interior (shaded area in
the illustration).
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• The fixing assembly becomes
extremely hot when the machine
is in use. Be very careful not to
touch it so as to avoid injury.
• Be careful not to touch the black
transfer charging roller since
this adversely affects print
quality.
DO NOT TOUCH THE
FIXING ASSEMBLY
DO NOT TOUCH THE BLACK
TRANSFER CHARGING ROLLER
5 When you are finished, reinsert the
cartridge. Hold the cartridge by its
handle and insert it into the machine
as far as it will go, making sure that its
tabs are aligned with the rails inside
the machine.
• Always hold the cartridge by its handle.
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6 Use both hands to close the front cover.
7 Reconnect the power cord.
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Chapter 8
Maintenance
Cleaning the Scanner Components
Follow this procedure to periodically check and clean the scanner components:
1 Disconnect the power cord from the machine.
2 Use both hands to gently open the
operation panel.
• It only opens partially.
3 While holding the operation panel
open, clean these components:
❚ Separation guide and separation
roller:
Wipe with a clean, soft, dry, lint-free
cloth.
❚ White sheet and scanning glass:
Wipe with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth
moistened with water, then wipe with
a clean, soft, dry, lint-free cloth.
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• If the scanner components are
dirty, the documents you send or
copy will also be dirty.
• Be sure to use a soft cloth to
avoid scratching the components.
• Do not use tissue paper, paper
towels, or similar materials for
cleaning; they can stick to the
components or generate static
charges.
SEPARATION
ROLLER
SCANNING GLASS
WHITE SHEET
SEPARATION GUIDE
4 Clean the underside of the operation
panel (shaded area in the illustration).
• Dirt and dust particles that collect on the
underside of the operation panel affect
the quality of the documents you copy
or send.
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5 Use a clean, soft, dry, lint-free cloth
to wipe any paper dust from the areas
surrounding the separation roller
(shaded area in the illustration).
SEPARATION
ROLLER
6 When you are finished, close the
operation panel by pressing it down
from the center.
• Be sure to close the operation panel
until it locks into place, or the machine
will not function properly.
7 Reconnect the power cord.
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Chapter 8
The only component of your machine you will need to replace is the FX-3 cartridge.
The FX-3 S Cartridge is a starter cartridge that comes with your machine, and yields
approximately 1,500 pages based on 5% coverage of an A4 size page. The
replacement FX-3 cartridge yields approximately 2,700 pages based on 5% coverage
of an A4 size page. To purchase this cartridge, contact the Canon Customer Care
Center, or your business machine retailer/dealer.
When CHANGE CARTRIDGE appears in the LCD, you may need to replace the
cartridge. However, it may also indicate that the toner inside the cartridge is simply
unevenly distributed. Before replacing the cartridge, follow this procedure to distribute
the toner evenly:
1 Remove the cartridge from the
machine (1 steps 1 to 4, below).
2 Gently rock the cartridge from
side to side a few times to distribute
the toner evenly inside it.
• Poor print quality may result if the toner
is unequally distributed.
3 Reinsert the cartridge into the
machine (1 steps 8 and 9, p. 8-9).
If after following the procedure above, CHANGE CARTRIDGE remains in the LCD or
print quality does not improve, follow this procedure to replace the cartridge:
1 Remove any documents and printouts from the machine.
2 Make sure the machine is plugged in.
3 Lift the latch and open the front cover.
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Do not try to open the front cover
without lifting the latch since this
may damage your machine.
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Replacing the FX-3 Cartridge
4 Hold the cartridge by its handle
and remove it from the machine.
• Discard the old cartridge immediately
according to the local laws and
regulations for disposal of consumables.
To recycle your used cartridge, simply
follow the instructions included with your
new FX-3 cartridge.
HANDLE
5 Remove the new FX-3 cartridge from
its protective bag.
• Save the protective bag in case you
need to repack the cartridge at a later
date.
6 Gently rock the cartridge from
side to side a few times to distribute
the toner evenly inside it.
• Poor print quality may result if the toner
is unequally distributed.
7 Place and support the cartridge
on a flat, clean surface, then gently
pull on the plastic tab to remove the
plastic seal.
• Use a firm, even pull to avoid breaking
the seal.
SIDE VIEW
PULL WITHIN
THIS RANGE
TOP VIEW
PULL WITHIN
THIS RANGE
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Maintenance
8 Hold the cartridge by its handle
and insert it into the machine as far as
it will go, making sure that its tabs are
aligned with the rails inside the
machine.
• Always hold the cartridge by its handle.
9 Use both hands to close the front cover.
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Maintenance
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Maintenance
Chapter 8
Troubleshooting
Chapter 9
Troubleshooting
9-1
Troubleshooting
Chapter 9
Clearing Jams
Jams in the ADF
When a document jams or misfeeds in the ADF, the LCD displays CHECK
DOCUMENT.
Follow this procedure to clear the document jam:
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You do not need to unplug your machine when clearing document jams.
1 Press Stop/Reset.
2 Use both hands to gently open the
operation panel.
• It only opens partially.
• Do not try to pull the document out
without opening the operation panel
since you may tear or smudge the
document.
3 While holding the operation panel open,
remove the document.
• Pull it gently in either direction.
• If a multipage document is loaded,
remove the entire document from the
ADF.
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If the paper does not pull out
easily, do not force it. Contact the
Canon Customer Care Center.
4 When you are finished, close the
operation panel by pressing it down
from the center.
• Be sure to close the operation panel
until it locks into place, or the machine
will not function properly.
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Paper Jams
When paper jams in the machine, the LCD displays CLEAR PAPER JAM. Try clearing
the jam by following the procedure in Jams in the Paper Delivery Slots below. If this
does not clear the jam, follow the procedure in Jams Inside the Machine.
Troubleshooting
Jams in the Paper Delivery Slots
Follow this procedure to clear a paper jam in the paper delivery slots:
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You do not need to unplug your machine when clearing paper jams.
1 Gently pull any jammed paper out of
the machine as shown.
2 Remove the paper stack from the
multi-purpose tray and reload it
(1 Set-Up Instructions).
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If the paper jam occurred while a fax was being received into the machine’s memory, that
fax will print automatically when the jam is cleared.
Jams Inside the Machine
Follow this procedure to clear a paper jam inside the machine:
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You do not need to unplug your machine when clearing paper jams.
1 Lift the latch and open the front cover.
c
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Do not try to open the front cover
without lifting the latch since this
may damage your machine.
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2 Hold the cartridge by its handle
and remove it from the machine.
• To avoid exposing the cartridge to light,
place it in its protective bag or wrap it in
a thick cloth.
HANDLE
3 Move the paper release lever back.
c
• The fixing assembly becomes
extremely hot when the machine
is in use. Be very careful not to
touch it so as to avoid injury.
• Be careful not to touch the
transfer charging roller since
this adversely affects print
quality.
DO NOT TOUCH THE
FIXING ASSEMBLY
DO NOT TOUCH THE BLACK
TRANSFER CHARGING ROLLER
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4 Locate the paper jam and clear it as
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explained on the following pages.
z MULTI-PURPOSE
TRAY AREA
x FIXING ASSEMBLY AREA
z Multi-purpose tray area:
Hold the machine steady and carefully pull
the jammed paper straight out from
the machine.
• Do this carefully to prevent tearing the
jammed paper. If you do tear it, be sure
to remove any torn pieces from the
machine since these will cause paper to
jam again.
• The toner on the paper will not have
been fixed to the paper yet, so remove
the jammed paper carefully to avoid
soiling the inside of the machine. Loose
toner powder inside the machine may
adversely affect print quality.
• Loose toner powder can soil any
surface; protect yourself and your work
area. Remove immediately any toner
powder from yourself or your clothing
with cold water.
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x Fixing assembly area:
Top edge of the jammed paper in
the fixing assembly:
Push the jammed paper back q, then
pull it carefully toward you to remove it
w.
c
The fixing assembly becomes
extremely hot when the machine
is in use. Be very careful not to
touch it so as to avoid injury.
2
1
DO NOT TOUCH THE
FIXING ASSEMBLY
Top edge of the jammed paper
has passed through the fixing
assembly:
Pass the jammed paper under the
roller.
Use both hands to carefully pull out
the jammed paper.
• Do this carefully to prevent tearing the
jammed paper. If you do tear it, be sure
to remove any torn pieces from the
machine since these will cause paper to
jam again.
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5 When you are finished, reinsert the
cartridge. Hold the cartridge by its
handle and insert it into the machine
as far as it will go, making sure that its
tabs are aligned with the rails inside
the machine.
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• Always hold the cartridge by its handle.
6 Move the paper release lever forward.
7 Use both hands to close the front cover.
8 Reload paper in the multi-purpose tray
(1 Set-Up Instructions).
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If you are experiencing repeated paper jams, it may be due to the paper you are using:
– Tap the paper on a flat surface before stacking it in the multi-purpose tray.
– Check that the paper you are using meets the requirements for your machine (1 p. 3-4).
– Make sure you have completely removed any scraps of paper from inside the machine.
Not doing so will cause paper to jam again.
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LCD Messages
The following messages are displayed in the LCD when the machine is performing a
task, or when it encounters an error. The error code appears in the ACTIVITY
REPORT
Message
Error Code Cause
AUTO REDIAL
BUSY/NO SIGNAL
CHANGE CARTRIDGE
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—
#018
—
Action
The machine is waiting to Wait for the machine to
redial the other party’s
automatically redial the fax
fax number because the number (1 User’s Guide).
line was busy or the
other party did not
answer when you tried to
send the document.
The fax/telephone
number you dialed is
busy.
Try sending the document
at a later time.
The fax number dialed
was incorrect.
Check the fax number and
dial again.
The other party’s fax
machine is not working.
Contact the other party and
have them check their fax
machine.
The other party is not
using a G3 fax machine.
Contact the other party to
check that they are using a
G3 fax machine.
The telephone line type
setting on your machine
is incorrect.
Set your machine for your
telephone line type
(1 p. 2-8).
The receiving fax
machine did not answer
within 55 seconds (after
all automatic redialing
attempts).
Contact the other party and
have them check their fax
machine. You can try to
send the document using
manual sending via the
handset (1 User’s Guide).
For an overseas call, add
pauses to the registered
number (1 User’s Guide).
The toner inside the
cartridge may be
unevenly distributed.
Redistribute the toner
inside the cartridge
(1 p. 8-7). If the message
remains, replace the
cartridge (1 p. 8-7).
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Error Code Cause
CHANGE CARTRIDGE
(Continued)
CHECK COVER
—
Action
The cartridge is empty.
Replace the FX-3 cartridge
(1 p. 8-7).
The front cover is open.
Close the front cover.
CHECK DOCUMENT
#001
CHECK PAPER SIZE
—
The size of the paper in
the multi-purpose tray
and that specified in the
PAPER SIZE setting are
different.
Load the correct paper size
(1 Set-Up Instructions) or
change the PAPER SIZE
setting (1 p. 3-9) to match
the size of the paper
loaded in the multi-purpose
tray.
CHECK POLLING ID
#021
The subaddress and/or
password do not match
the settings on the other
party’s fax machine.
Make sure the subaddress
and/or password match the
settings on the other
party’s fax machine
(1 User’s Guide).
#008
No subaddress and/or
password has been
entered on the other
party’s machine, or the
subaddress and/or
password do not match
the settings on your
machine.
Contact the other party to
enter the correct
subaddress and/or
password.
The cartridge may
be defective.
Reinstall the cartridge
(1 Set-Up Instructions). If
the message remains in the
LCD, replace the cartridge
(1 p. 8-7).
The machine is
connected to an
uninterruptible power
supply (UPS).
Make sure the machine is
plugged into an AC outlet.
CHECK PRINTER
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—
A document is jammed in Clear the document jam
the ADF.
(1 p. 9-2). Then start
again.
In either case, if the error
does not clear, try
unplugging the machine.
Wait five seconds, then
plug it back in. If the
message remains in the
LCD, contact the Canon
Customer Care Center.
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Troubleshooting
Message
Message
Error Code Cause
CHK SUBADDR/PSWD
#083/102
CLEAR PAPER JAM
DOC. TOO LONG
—
#003
Action
You attempted to send a
document or poll another
fax machine with the
incorrect subaddress
and/or password.
Contact the other party to
check their settings.
Change your settings if
necessary (1 pp. 4-7,
4-11).
There is a paper jam.
Clear the paper jam
(1 p. 9-3), then reload
paper in the multi-purpose
tray (1 Set-Up
Instructions).
The document is longer
than 39.4 inches
(1 meter).
Use a copier to make a
reduced copy of the
document and then send
the copy.
ECM RX
—
The machine is receiving Receiving with ECM may
a fax using Error
take longer than normal
Correction Mode (ECM). receptions. Turn off ECM if
you need to receive quickly,
or if you know your local
lines are in good condition
(1 ECM RX, p. 10-7).
ECM TX
—
The machine is sending
a fax using Error
Correction Mode (ECM).
Sending with ECM may
take longer than normal
transmissions. Turn off
ECM if you need to
transmit quickly, or if you
know your local lines are in
good condition
(1 ECM TX, p. 10-6).
LOAD PAPER
—
The multi-purpose tray is
empty.
Load paper in the multipurpose tray (1 Set-Up
Instructions), then press
Stop/Reset.
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MEMORY FULL
Error Code Cause
The machine’s memory
is full because it has
received too many
documents, or a very
long or detailed
document.
Print any documents you
no longer need to be stored
in memory (1 User’s
Guide). Then start again.
The machine’s memory
is full because you tried
to send too many pages
at once, or a very long or
detailed document.
Divide the document and
send each part separately.
To free up space in the
machine’s memory, print,
send, or delete any
documents you no longer
need to be stored in
memory
(1 User’s Guide).
—
Shows the percentage
of memory currently
in use.
If you need more space, wait
for the machine to send any
faxes. Also, print, send, or
delete any documents you
no longer need to be stored
in memory (1 User’s Guide).
NO RX PAPER
#012
The other party’s fax
machine is out of paper
or its memory is full.
NO TEL #
#022
The one-touch speed
dialing button or coded
speed dialing code you
entered has not been
registered.
—
You entered an invalid
number.
#084
You attempted to poll a
fax machine with a
password, but the other
party has not set a
password or their fax
machine does not
support polling with a
password.
MEMORY USED nn %
NOT AVAILABLE
PSWD POLL REJECT
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#037
Action
Contact the other party and
have them load paper in
their fax machine or free
up space in their fax
machine’s memory.
Register the one-touch
speed dialing button or
coded speed dialing code
(1 Chapter 4).
Enter a valid number.
Contact the other party to
check their settings. If their
fax machine does not
support polling with a
password, delete the
password you have
registered (1 pp. 4-7, 4-11).
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Troubleshooting
Message
Message
Error Code Cause
PSWD TX REJECTED
REC’D IN MEMORY
#081
—
Action
You attempted to send a
document with a
password, but the other
party’s fax machine does
not support reception
with a password.
Contact the other party to
check their settings. If their
fax machine does not
support reception with a
password, delete the
password you have
registered (1 pp. 4-7, 4-11).
The machine received
the fax in memory
because paper or toner
ran out, or a paper jam
occurred during
reception.
Load paper in the multipurpose tray (1 Set-Up
Instructions), replace the
FX-3 cartridge (1 p. 8-7),
or clear the paper jam
(1 p. 9-3).
The loaded paper size
Load the correct paper in
may not match the size
the multi-purpose tray
of the fax being received. (1 p. 3-4).
SELECT POL REJCT
#082
You attempted to poll a
fax machine with a
subaddress, but the other
party has not set a
subaddress or their fax
machine does not
support polling with a
subaddress.
Contact the other party to
check their settings. If their
fax machine does not
support polling with a
subaddress, delete the
subaddress you have
registered (1 pp. 4-7, 4-11).
SUBADD TX REJECT
#080
You attempted to send a
document with a
subaddress, but the other
party’s fax machine does
not support reception
with a subaddress.
TX/RX CANCELLED
—
You pressed Stop/Reset
to cancel a transaction.
Contact the other party to
check their settings. If their
fax machine does not
support reception with a
subaddress, delete the
subaddress you have
registered (1 pp. 4-7, 4-11).
—
TX/RX NO. nnnn
—
The number shown
(nnnn) is a unique
identification number
assigned to the
document you are
sending or receiving.
This number appears in
reports so you can identify
transactions. Write the
number down if you will
need it later.
TX/RX NO. nnnn
SCANNING P.nnn
MEMORY FULL
—
The machine is sending
a document and its
memory is full.
The machine continues to
send the document as
memory becomes
available.
(Three messages toggle.)
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Paper Feeding Problems
■ Paper does not feed properly.
The print media may not be loaded correctly.
• Make sure the print media is loaded correctly in the multi-purpose tray (1 User’s Guide).
■ Multiple sheets feed together into the machine.
The print media may not be loaded correctly.
• Make sure the print media is loaded correctly in the multi-purpose tray (1 User’s Guide).
The multi-purpose tray may contain too many sheets.
• Make sure you load the correct quantity (1 p. 3-4).
Different types of print media may be loaded in the multi-purpose tray.
• Load only one type of print media.
• Make sure you load print media that meets the requirements for the machine
(1 p. 3-4).
• Let the print media run out before refilling the multi-purpose tray. Avoid mixing new
stock with print media already loaded.
■ Repeated paper jams occur.
The print media you are using may be causing the jams.
• Make sure you load print media that meets the requirements for the machine
(1 p. 3-4).
■ Envelopes do not load.
Envelopes may not be loaded correctly.
• Make sure the envelopes are loaded properly (1 User’s Guide). Do not load more
than 7 envelopes in the multi-purpose tray.
The envelopes you are using may not meet the requirements for the machine.
• Make sure you load envelopes that meets the requirements for the machine
(1 p. 3-4).
The envelopes may not be feeding properly.
• Make sure you are using face-up delivery (1 p. 3-7).
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The multi-purpose tray may contain too many sheets.
• Make sure you load the correct quantity (1 p. 3-4).
Printing Problems
■ The machine beeps while printing.
The machine may have a paper jam.
• Clear the paper jam (1 p. 9-3).
■ Nothing prints.
The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
• Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the machine and into the wall
outlet (1 Set-Up Instructions). If the machine is plugged into a power strip, make
sure the power strip is plugged in and turned on.
You may not have removed the plastic seal from the cartridge.
• Make sure you install the cartridge properly (1 Set-Up Instructions).
The cartridge may need to be replaced.
• Replace the cartridge (1 p. 8-7).
■ Printout does not match the print media size.
The print media may not be loaded correctly.
• Make sure the print media is loaded correctly in the multi-purpose tray (1 User’s Guide).
■ Printout is skewed.
The print media may not be loaded correctly.
• Make sure the print media is loaded correctly in the multi-purpose tray (1 User’s Guide).
• Make sure the paper delivery slots are clear.
■ Print media jams occur.
You may not be using the correct paper delivery slot.
• Select the correct paper delivery slot (1 p. 3-7).
■ Printout is not clear.
You may not be using the correct print media type.
• Make sure you load print media that meets the requirements for the machine
(1 p. 3-4).
You may be printing on the wrong side of the paper.
• Some papers have a “right” side for printing. If the print quality is not as clear as you
would like it to be, try turning the paper over and printing on the other side.
■ Printout has vertical white streaks.
Toner may be low or unevenly distributed.
• Redistribute the toner inside the cartridge (1 p. 8-7). If the problem persists, replace
the cartridge (1 p. 8-7).
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Faxing Problems
Sending Problems
The machine may not be set for the correct telephone line type.
• Make sure the machine is set for the correct telephone line type (1 p. 2-8).
The document may not be loaded correctly.
• Make sure the document is loaded correctly in the ADF (1 p. 3-3).
• Make sure the operation panel is closed.
The one-touch speed dialing button or coded speed dialing code you entered
may not be registered correctly.
• Check that the speed dialing settings are registered correctly (1 Chapter 4).
You dialed or have been provided with an incorrect number.
• Dial the number again, or check that you have the correct number.
The other party’s fax machine may be out of paper.
• Contact the other party and ask them to make sure paper is loaded in their fax
machine.
There may be other documents being sent from memory.
• Allow time for those documents to finish sending.
An error may have occurred during sending.
• Print an ACTIVITY REPORT (1 User’s Guide) and check for an error code (1 p. 9-8).
The telephone line may not be working properly.
• Make sure there is a dial tone when you press Hook or when you lift the handset of
any external device connected to the machine. If there is no dial tone, contact your
local telephone company.
The receiving fax machine may not be a G3 fax machine.
• Make sure the receiving fax machine is compatible with your machine (which is a G3
fax machine).
The subaddress and/or password are incorrect.
• If you registered a subaddress/password under a speed dialing button or code, make
sure they match the other party’s settings.
■ Faxes sent from the machine are spotted or dirty.
The receiving fax machine may not be working properly.
• Check the machine by making a copy (1 p. 6-2). If the copy is clear, the problem
may be in the receiving fax machine. If the copy is spotted or dirty, clean the scanner
components (1 p. 8-5).
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■ Cannot send a fax.
The document may not be loaded correctly.
• Make sure the document is loaded correctly in the ADF (1 p. 3-3).
■ Cannot send using Error Correction Mode (ECM).
The other party’s fax machine may not support ECM.
• If this is the case, the document is sent without ECM.
ECM may be disabled.
• Make sure ECM on your machine is enabled (1 ECM TX, p. 10-6).
• Contact the other party to check if ECM on their fax machine is enabled.
■ Errors occur frequently while sending.
The telephone lines may be in poor condition, or you may have a bad connection.
• Lower the transmission speed (1 TX START SPEED, p. 10-10).
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If none of these solutions solve the problem, unplug the machine and wait for at least five
seconds. Then plug it back in and try sending again. If you still cannot send, contact the
Canon Customer Care Center.
Receiving Problems
■ Cannot receive a fax automatically.
The machine may not be set to receive automatically.
• For the machine to receive faxes automatically, the receive mode must be set to FAX
ONLY MODE, Fax/Tel Mode, ANS.MACHINE MODE, or DRPD (1 User’s Guide). If
you have set ANS.MACHINE MODE, confirm that an answering machine is
connected to the machine and that it is turned on with an outgoing message properly
recorded (1 User’s Guide).
The machine may have a document stored in memory, leaving little or no memory
available.
• Print, send, or delete any documents you no longer need to be stored in memory
(1 User’s Guide).
An error may have occurred during reception.
• Check the LCD for an error message (1 p. 9-8).
• Print an ACTIVITY REPORT (1 User’s Guide) and check for an error code
(1 p. 9-8).
The multi-purpose tray may be empty.
• Make sure paper is loaded in the multi-purpose tray (1 User’s Guide).
The telephone line cord may not be connected properly.
• Make sure it is connected properly (1 Set-Up Instructions).
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The machine may not be set to switch automatically between telephone and fax
calls.
• For the machine to switch automatically, the receive mode must be set to Fax/Tel
Mode, ANS.MACHINE MODE, or DRPD (1 User’s Guide). If you have set
ANS.MACHINE MODE, confirm that an answering machine is connected to the
machine and that it is turned on with an outgoing message properly recorded (1
User’s Guide).
The machine may have a document stored in memory, leaving little or no memory
available.
• Print, send, or delete any documents you no longer need to be stored in memory
(1 User’s Guide).
An error may have occurred during reception.
• Check the LCD for an error message (1 p. 9-8).
• Print an ACTIVITY REPORT (1 User’s Guide) and check for an error code
(1 p. 9-8).
The multi-purpose tray may be empty.
• Make sure paper is loaded in the multi-purpose tray (1 User’s Guide).
The other party’s fax machine may not send the CNG signal that tells your
machine that the incoming call is a fax call.
• Some fax machines cannot send this signal. In such cases, you will have to receive
the fax manually (1 p. 5-3).
■ Cannot receive a document manually.
You may have disconnected the call by pressing Start/Copy or dialing the remote
receiving ID after hanging up.
• Always press Start/Copy or dial the remote receiving ID before hanging up.
Otherwise you will disconnect the call (1 p. 5-3).
■ Print quality is poor.
You may not be using the correct paper type.
• Make sure you load paper that meets the requirements for the machine (1 p. 3-4).
The other party’s fax machine may not be functioning properly.
• The sending fax machine usually determines the machine’s quality. Contact the other
party and have them check that the scanning components of their fax machine are
clean.
Error Correction Mode (ECM) may be disabled.
• Make sure ECM is on (1 ECM RX, p. 10-7).
■ Faxes do not print.
The cartridge may not be installed properly.
• Make sure the cartridge is installed properly (1 Set-Up Instructions).
The cartridge may need to be replaced.
• Replace the cartridge (1 p. 8-7).
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■ No automatic switching between telephone and fax calls.
■ Received faxes print blotched or unevenly.
The telephone lines may be in poor condition, or you may have a bad connection.
• Error Correction Mode (ECM) sending/receiving should eliminate such problems.
However, if the telephone lines are in poor condition, you may have to try again.
The other party’s fax machine may not be functioning properly.
• The sending fax machine usually determines the fax’s quality. Contact the other party
and have them check that the scanning components of their fax machine are clean.
Toner may be low or unevenly distributed.
• Redistribute the toner inside the cartridge (1 p. 8-7). If the problem persists, replace
the cartridge (1 p. 8-7).
■ Cannot receive using Error Correction Mode (ECM).
The other party’s fax machine may not support ECM.
• If this is the case, the document is received without ECM.
ECM may be disabled.
• Make sure ECM on your machine is enabled (1 ECM RX, p. 10-7).
• Contact the other party to check if ECM on their fax machine is enabled.
■ Errors occur frequently while receiving.
The telephone lines may be in poor condition, or you may have a bad connection.
• Lower the reception speed (1 RX START SPEED, p. 10-10).
The other party’s fax machine may not be functioning properly.
• Contact the other party and have them check that their fax machine is functioning
properly.
Copying Problems
■ Cannot make copies.
The document may not be loaded correctly.
• Make sure the document is loaded correctly in the ADF (1 p. 3-3).
• Make sure the operation panel is closed.
The document may not meet the requirements for the machine.
• Make sure you load documents that meet the requirements for the machine
(1 p. 3-2).
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Chapter 9
Telephone Problems
■ Cannot dial.
The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
• Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the machine and into the wall
outlet (1 Set-Up Instructions). If the machine is plugged into a power strip, make
sure the power strip is plugged in and turned on.
The machine may not be set for the correct telephone line type.
• Make sure the machine is set for the correct telephone line type (1 p. 2-8).
■ Handset or extension telephone disconnects while you are
talking.
The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
• Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the machine and into the wall
outlet (1 Set-Up Instructions). If the machine is plugged into a power strip, make
sure the power strip is plugged in and turned on.
The handset or extension telephone cord may be defective.
• Check the cord by substituting with another cord.
Installation Problems
■ For Windows 2000/XP: Are you not able to complete the
installation of the printer driver?
During the installation, you may be unable to continue beyond the dialog box prompting
you to connect the USB cable to your port. (If you cannot continue, the system is
unable to display the found new hardware wizard, described in Step 6 in the “Installing
the Software” section in Chapter 2 of the Software User’s Guide).
In this situation, you need to exit the setup, remove the device from the Windows
Device Manager, and restart the installation process.
To resolve this situation:
1. Click No in the dialog box prompting you to connect your cable, and exit the setup.
2. Remove the device from the Windows Device Manager. The device may appear
listedas Canon FAXPHONE L80 or Unknown Device. To remove the device: Click
Start, point to Settings and then click Control Panel (in Windows XP, click Start, and
then click Control Panel). In the Control Panel window, double-click System, click
Hardware tab, and then click Device Manager (in Windows XP, click Performance
and Maintenance, click System, and then on the Hardware tab, click Device
Manager). Under Universal Serial Bus Controllers or Other Devices, click the device
and press the Delete key.
If you are unable to remove the device, disconnect the power cord from the printer
to turn it off, and then reconnect the power cord.
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The telephone line cord may not be connected properly.
• Make sure it is connected properly (1 Set-Up Instructions).
3. Disconnect the USB cable from the port.
4. Start the installation process again. For instructions, see Chapter 2, “Installing the
Printer Driver” of the Software User’s Guide.
■ For Windows 98/Me: Are you not able to complete the
installation of the printer driver?
During the installation, you may be unable to continue beyond the dialog box prompting
you to connect the USB cable to your port.
In this situation, you need to exit the setup, remove the device from the Windows
Device Manager, and restart the installation process.
To resolve this situation:
1. Click No in the dialog box prompting you to connect your cable, and exit the setup.
2. Remove the device from the Windows Device Manager. The device may appear
listed as Canon FAXPHONE L80 or Unknown Device.
To remove the device: Click Start, point to Settings and then click Control Panel. In
the Control Panel window, double-click System. On Device Manager tab, under
Universal Serial Bus Controllers or Other Devices, click the device and press the
Delete key.
If you are unable to remove the device, disconnect the power cord from the printer
to turn it off, and then reconnect the power cord.
3. Disconnect the USB cable from the port.
4. Start the installation process again. For instructions, see Chapter 2, “Installing the
Printer Driver” of the Software User’s Guide.
Printing Problems with Your Computer.
■ Is the LCD blank?
You might have a power problem. Check that the power cord is plugged securely into
the printer, and that your power source is OK.
■ Is the printer warm to the touch?
The printer might have overheated and shut down. Turn the printer off and let it cool
down for several minutes. Try using it again. Be aware that when you turn the printer
off, any unprinted documents are cleared from printer memory. Unprinted documents
can include received faxes waiting to be printed or scheduled faxes waiting to be sent.
■ Does paper not come out of the printer?
Make sure the Print Setup option of your printing application shows your printer as the
printer selected.
■ Does the job not print when using DOS?
The printer driver can be used to print documents only in Windows; it cannot print a
document in DOS.
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■ Is the document printing with undesirable results?
■ Is the document not printing?
If your document is not printing, consider the following.
■ The printer driver may not have installed fully.
To verify if the installation was incomplete, display Programs (in Windows XP,
display All Programs) in the Start menu on the Windows desktop. If the Canon
FAXPHONE L80 item does not appear, you need to complete the printer driver
installation.
To do so, insert the installation disk into your disk drive.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
(If installation does not start automatically, click Start, and then click Run. In the
Run dialog box, type D:\SETUP.EXE (where D: is your disk drive containing the
installation disk), and then click OK.)
■ You need to check your Windows application settings.
To determine if your Windows application settings may be the problem, print a test
page with your printer driver. To do so, open the printer properties dialog box. On
the General tab, click Print Test Page.
If the test page prints successfully, the printer and printer driver are set up
appropriately. Therefore, check the settings for your Windows application.
■ You may need to remove and reinstall the printer driver.
To determine if you need to remove and reinstall the printer driver, print a test page
(as described in the previous item). If the test page does not print successfully,
remove the printer driver, and then reinstall (as described in Chapter 2 of the
Software User’s Guide).
■ Are you unable to print to a shared printer?
If you are using a client system that is set up to use a shared printer, yet you are
unable to print to the shared printer, check the following:
■ That the server system, to which the printer is connected, is turned on
■ That the server system has set the printer to be shared
■ That the server system is set to allow your system access to the shared printer.
■ Does paper not load into the printer?
The multi-purpose tray might contain too many sheets or paper might not be
inserted all the way into the multi-purpose tray.
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You may experience undesirable results when printing a document if you have the
Windows Printing System (or other bi-directional device, such as a later model laser
printer) installed on your computer and you are attempting to use the same port on
which you also have the printer connected. Be sure that the printer is the only device
configured to a particular port.
■ Does paper not feed through one sheet at a time?
Be sure to fan the stack of paper before placing it in the multi-purpose tray.
■ Is an envelope not loading correctly?
Make sure you do not stack more than 7 envelopes in the multi-purpose tray.
■ Is some of the document content not printing?
If some of the document content is not printing, check that the USB cable is securely
plugged in at both ends. Make sure your cable does not exceed 16.4 feet
(5 meters). Check your application’s print setup to make sure your printer is
selected.
■ Does some of the document content not fit on the page?
Make sure paper is aligned correctly in the multi-purpose tray. Check that margins
and paper size are set correctly in your printing application. Also, check that the
scaling is set appropriately in the printer driver settings. The scaling may be set to
enlarge the document page to a size that is too large for the paper.
■ Is printing not clear?
Check the print resolution. A higher resolution prints more clearly.
■ Do fonts not print smoothly?
Bitmapped fonts designed for dot matrix printers will not look smooth when printed
by your high-resolution printer. Choose another font. Make sure you install an outline
font manager such as Adobe Type Manager or Bitstream Facelift, or that you choose
a TrueType font.
■ Is the printing not dark enough?
Check the print settings, such as the print resolution, brightness, contrast, and toner
saver. Try replacing the toner cartridge.
■ Did a toner low warning appear while printing?
If you want to continue printing your document, even though you are low on toner,
change the TONER SUPPLY LOW setting on the printer from RX TO MEMORY to
KEEP PRINTING. (Even if the toner cartridge is out of toner, the document will not
be stored in memory.)
■ Do vertical white streaks appear?
Vertical white streaks may appear when the error message CHANGE CARTRIDGE is
displayed. This situation indicates that the toner level is low or that the toner is
unevenly distributed in the cartridge.
To resolve the situation, open the front cover of the printer and remove the toner
cartridge. Gently rock the cartridge from side to side five or six times to evenly
distribute the toner inside. Replace the cartridge in the printer, and close the front
cover.
If redistributing the toner does not resolve the situation, replace your cartridge.
(1 p. 8-7)
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General Problems
The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
• Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the machine and into the wall
outlet (1 Set-Up Instructions). If the machine is plugged into a power strip, make
sure the power strip is plugged in and turned on.
The power cord may not be supplying power.
• Check the power cord by substituting with another, or by using a voltmeter to test it
for continuity.
■ Nothing appears in the LCD.
The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
• Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the machine and into the wall
outlet (1 Set-Up Instructions). If the machine is plugged into a power strip, make
sure the power strip is plugged in and turned on. If the LCD remains blank, unplug the
machine and wait five seconds, then plug it back in. If the LCD still remains blank,
contact the Canon Customer Care Center.
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■ Machine has no power.
If You Cannot Solve a Problem
If you have a problem with your machine that you cannot solve with the information
provided in this chapter, contact the Canon Customer Care Center (1 p. ii).
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Attempting to repair the machine yourself may void the limited warranty.
If the machine makes strange noises, emits smoke or strange smells, unplug it
immediately and contact the Canon Customer Care Center. Do not attempt to
disassemble or repair the machine yourself.
If you contact the Canon Customer Care Center, make sure you have the following
information ready:
• Product name: FAXPHONE L80
• Serial number (on the label located at the back of the machine)
• Details of the problem
• Steps taken to try to resolve the problem and the results
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If a Power Failure Occurs
If power is suddenly lost due to a power failure or accidental unplugging, a built-in
battery retains the machine’s settings. However, any documents stored in memory will
be lost.
Troubleshooting
During a power failure, functions are limited as follows:
• You cannot make telephone calls using the handset. Also, depending on your
telephone, you may not be able to make calls using the extension telephone
connected to your machine.
• You cannot send, receive, or copy documents.
• You can receive telephone calls through the handset. Also, depending on your
telephone, you may be able to receive calls through the extension telephone
connected to your machine.
When power is restored, your machine automatically prints a MEMORY CLEAR
REPORT that lists the documents that were deleted from memory as a result of the
power failure.
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If the cartridge is empty or there is no paper in the multi-purpose tray when power is
restored, the LCD displays CHANGE CARTRIDGE or LOAD PAPER. In these cases, the
MEMORY CLEAR REPORT will not be printed even after the cartridge is replaced or
paper is loaded.
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Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Summary of
Settings
Summary of Settings
Chapter 10
Summary of Settings
10-1
Understanding the Menu System
The machine menu system allows you to customize the way your machine operates. It
consists of seven menus, each containing settings that control different functions of
your machine.
Before adjusting any settings, you may want to print the USER’S DATA LIST to check
the current settings (1 below).
Printing a List to Check the Current Settings
You can print the USER’S DATA LIST to check the current settings of your machine as
well as the registered sender information (1 p. 2-5).
Follow this procedure to print the USER’S DATA LIST:
1 Press Function.
2 Press Report.
ACTIVITY REPORT
3 Use ∂ or ¨ to select USER DATA
USER DATA LIST
LIST.
4 Press Set.
PRINTING REPORT
• The machine prints the USER’S DATA
LIST.
The sender information is shown at the beginning of the list. The current settings of the
machine are listed after this.
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*** USER'S DATA LIST ***
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1.USER SETTINGS
UNIT TELEPHONE #
UNIT NAME
TX TERMINAL ID
TTI POSITION
TELEPHONE # MARK
SCANNING CONTRAST
OFFHOOK ALARM
VOLUME CONTROL
CALLING VOLUME
KEYPAD VOLUME
ALARM VOLUME
LINE MONITOR VOL.
RX CALL LEVEL
TEL LINE TYPE
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Chapter 10
Accessing the Menus
Follow this procedure to access the different menus:
1 Press Function.
2 Press Data Registration.
3 Press Set.
DATA REGSTRATION
USER SETTINGS
4 Use ∂ or ¨ to select the menu you
want.
5 Press Set to access the settings under
the menu you selected.
Summary of
Settings
• You can select from the following:
– USER SETTINGS (1 p. 10-4)
– REPORT SETTINGS (1 p. 10-5)
– TX SETTINGS (1 p. 10-6)
– RX SETTINGS (1 p. 10-7)
– PRINTER SETTINGS (1 p. 10-8)
– POLLING BOX (1 p. 10-9)
– SYSTEM SETTINGS (1 p. 10-10)
ECM RX
6 Refer to the appropriate table
(1 following pages) and use these
guidelines to select and register
settings:
❚ Use ∂ or ¨ to scroll through the
settings.
❚ To register a setting or access subsettings, press Set.
❚ To return to a previous level, press
Function then Data Registration.
• For your settings to be registered, be
sure to press Set after making a
selection or entering information.
• If at any stage you wish to return to
standby mode, press Stop/Reset.
• If you pause for more than 60 seconds
while accessing a menu, the machine
will automatically return to standby
mode.
7 When you are finished, press Stop/Reset
to return to standby mode.
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Summary of Settings
10-3
USER SETTINGS Menu
For details on accessing the settings below, see p. 10-3.
Default settings are shown in bold type.
Setting
Description
Sub-Settings
DATE & TIME
Sets the current date and time (1 p. 2-6).
–
UNIT TELEPHONE #
Enters the fax/telephone number you want to appear
at the top of each fax page you send (1 p. 2-6).
–
UNIT NAME
Enters the name or company name you want to appear
at the top of each fax page you send (1 p. 2-7).
–
TX TERMINAL ID
Sets the options for the sender information.
–
TTI POSITION
Selects whether the sender information is positioned
inside or outside the image area (1 p. 2-5).
OUTSIDE IMAGE
INSIDE IMAGE
TELEPHONE #
MARK
Selects the prefix for the machine number (1 p. 2-5).
FAX
TEL
SCAN CONTRAST
Selects the scanning contrast (1 p. 4-3).
STANDARD
DARKER
LIGHTER
OFFHOOK ALARM
Enables/disables the off hook alarm that alerts you
that the handset is not seated properly in its cradle.
ON
OFF
VOLUME CONTROL
Sets the volume of the machine sounds.
–
CALLING VOLUME
Selects the ring volume when the machine detects a
voice call.
1/2/3
KEYPAD VOLUME
Selects the keypad touch beep volume.
0 (off)/1/2/3
ALARM VOLUME
Selects the error alarm volume.
0 (off)/1/2/3
LINE MONITOR VOL Selects the line monitor volume (sound during dialing).
0 (off)/1/2/3
RX CALL LEVEL
Selects the ring type for incoming calls.
TEL LINE TYPE
Selects the telephone line type setting for your machine TOUCH TONE
(1 p. 2-8).
ROTARY PULSE
10-4
Summary of Settings
HIGH
STANDARD
Chapter 10
REPORT SETTINGS Menu
For details on accessing the settings below, see p. 10-3.
Setting
Description
Sub-Settings
TX REPORT
Enables/disables automatic printing of a TX
(transmission) REPORT (1 User’s Guide).
PRINT ERROR ONLY: Prints a report only when a
transmission error occurs.
OUTPUT YES: Prints a report every time you send a
document.
OUTPUT NO: No report is printed.
PRINT ERROR ONLY
OUTPUT YES
OUTPUT NO
If you select PRINT ERROR ONLY or OUTPUT YES
above, this setting enables/disables printing of the
first page of the fax under the report.
ON
OFF
RX REPORT
Enables/disables automatic printing of an RX
(reception) REPORT (1 User’s Guide).
OUTPUT NO: No report is printed.
PRINT ERROR ONLY: Prints a report only when a
reception error occurs.
OUTPUT YES: Prints a report every time you receive
a document.
OUTPUT NO
PRINT ERROR ONLY
OUTPUT YES
ACTIVITY REPORT
Enables/disables automatic printing of an ACTIVITY
REPORT after every 20 transactions (1 User’s Guide).
AUTO PRINT ON
AUTO PRINT OFF
PRINT WITH
IMAGE
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Summary of Settings
10-5
Summary of
Settings
Default settings are shown in bold type.
TX (Transmission) SETTINGS Menu
For details on accessing the settings below, see p. 10-3.
Default settings are shown in bold type.
Setting
Description
Sub-Settings
ECM TX
Enables/disables Error Correction Mode (ECM) during
transmission.
ON
OFF
MID PAUSE SET
Selects the length of a pause entered within a
fax/telephone number with the Pause button.
2 SEC
(1 to 15)
AUTO REDIAL
Enables/disables automatic redialing if the other party’s
line is busy on the first attempt (1 User’s Guide).
ON
OFF
REDIAL TIMES
Selects the number of redial attempts.
2 TIMES
(1 to 10)
REDIAL INTERVAL
Selects the time interval between redial attempts.
2 MIN.
(2 to 99)
Enables/disables automatic scanning of documents
after the fax number is entered.
ON: Scanning begins automatically five seconds after
entering the fax number (10 seconds if sending to
multiple fax numbers).
OFF: Scanning does not start automatically. (You need
to press Start/Copy to begin scanning.)
ON
OFF
TIME OUT
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Chapter 10
RX (Reception) SETTINGS Menu
For details on accessing the settings below, see p. 10-3.
Default settings are shown in bold type.
Description
Sub-Settings
ECM RX
Enables/disables Error Correction Mode (ECM) during
reception.
ON
OFF
RX MODE
Selects the receive mode (1 p. 5-2).
If you select FAX/TEL AUTO SW or DRPD, you can
select additional sub-settings (1 User’s Guide).
FAX/TEL AUTO SW
FAX ONLY MODE
DRPD
INCOMING RING
When the RX MODE setting is set to FAX ONLY MODE OFF
or FAX/TEL AUTO SW, this setting enables/disables
ON
ringing when the machine receives a call.*
RING COUNT
MAN/AUTO SWITCH
F/T RING TIME
REMOTE RX
Selects the number of rings before the machine begins
receiving.
2 TIMES
(1 to 99)
When the receive mode is set to MANUAL MODE, this
setting determines if the machine switches to fax
receive mode after it rings for a specified time.
OFF
ON
If you select ON above, this setting selects the length of 15 SEC
time the machine rings before switching to fax receive
(1 to 99)
mode.
Enables/disables remote receiving.
ON
OFF
If you select ON above, this setting selects the remote
receiving ID.
25
(00 to 99)
MEMORY RX
Enables/disables reception of a document in the
machine’s memory when a problem occurs.
ON
OFF
RX PAGE FOOTER
Enables/disables printing of the reception date and
time, transaction number (TX/RX NO.), and page
number at the bottom of each received fax page.
OFF
ON
REMOTE RX ID
Summary of
Settings
Setting
* Even if you have set INCOMING RING to ON, ringing will only occur if you have connected the handset or an
extension telephone to your machine.
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Summary of Settings
10-7
PRINTER SETTINGS Menu
For details on accessing the settings below, see p. 10-3.
Default settings are shown in bold type.
Setting
Description
Sub-Settings
RX REDUCTION
Enables/disables reduction of faxes to fit on the paper
loaded in the multi-purpose tray.
ON
OFF
If you select ON, you can select the direction of the
reduction.
VERTICAL ONLY
HORIZ & VERTICAL
Selects the size of the paper loaded in the multipurpose tray (1 p. 3-9).
LTR
LGL
CUSTOM
A4
PAPER SIZE
If you select CUSTOM, you can select additional
sub-settings (1 p. 3-9).
ECONOMY PRT
Enables/disables economy printing (1 User’s Guide).
TONER SUPPLY LOW
Selects whether the machine continues printing when
RX TO MEMORY
toner level is low (CHANGE CARTRIDGE displayed in
KEEP PRINTING
the LCD).
RX TO MEMORY: Stops printing and received faxes
are stored in memory.
KEEP PRINTING: Ignores the warning and keeps
printing the entire document. This setting is convenient
when you do not have a new FX-3 cartridge at hand.
Note however, that when you select this setting, the
machine will not receive the document in memory when
the cartridge is completely empty.
Once you install a new FX-3 cartridge, be sure to set
RX TO MEMORY.
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Summary of Settings
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Chapter 10
POLLING BOX Menu
For details on accessing the settings below, see p. 10-3.
Default settings are shown in bold type.
Description
Sub-Settings
SETUP FILE
Sets up the polling box to hold a document to be polled
(1 User’s Guide).
–
FILE NAME
Enters the name for the polling box.
–
PASSWORD
Enters a password to restrict access to the polling box
settings.
0000 to 9999
TX PASSWORD
Enters an ITU-T-standard password.
–
ERASE AFTER TX
Selects whether the document is deleted from memory ON
once it is polled, or continues to be stored in memory.
OFF
ON: Document is deleted from memory after it is polled.
OFF: Document remains in memory after it is polled.
CHANGE DATA
PASSWORD
DELETE FILE
PASSWORD
Chapter 10
Changes the polling box settings (1 User’s Guide).
–
Enters the password (if registered) to access the
polling box settings.
–
Deletes the polling box settings (1 User’s Guide).
–
Enters the password (if registered) to access the
polling box settings.
–
Summary of Settings
Summary of
Settings
Setting
10-9
SYSTEM SETTINGS Menu
For details on accessing the settings below, see p. 10-3.
Default settings are shown in bold type.
Setting
Description
Sub-Settings
RX RESTRICTION
Restricts reception of faxes to the numbers registered
OFF
for speed dialing on your machine (1 User’s Guide).
ON
If you select ON, you can select additional sub-settings.
DATE SETUP
Selects the date format displayed in the LCD and
printed on the faxes you send.
MM/DD/YYYY
DD/MM YYYY
YYYY MM/DD
DISPLAY LANGUAGE
Selects the language of the LCD messages, settings,
and reports.
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
PORTUGUESE
TX START SPEED
Selects the speed at which the machine starts
transmitting.
33600bps
14400bps
9600bps
7200bps
4800bps
2400bps
RX START SPEED
Selects the speed at which the machine starts
receiving.
33600bps
14400bps
9600bps
7200bps
4800bps
2400bps
DAYLGHT SAV TIME
Sets the daylight saving time (1 User’s Guide).
OFF
ON
If you select ON, you can select additional sub-settings.
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Chapter 10
Appendix
Specifications
Specifications
Appendix
Specifications
A-1
General Specifications
Power Source
120–127 V/60 Hz
Power Consumption
• Max.: Approx. 660 W
• Standby: Approx. 3.5 W
Weight
Approx. 22 lb./10 kg (With components attached)
Dimensions
17.5" (445 mm)
15.9" (404 mm)
14.6" (372 mm)
22.8" (578 mm)
15.8" (401 mm)
22.8" (578 mm)
22.8" (578 mm)
14.6" (372 mm)
A-2
Specifications
17.5" (445 mm)
15.8" (401 mm)
Appendix
Environmental Conditions
• Temperature: 50°F–90.5°F (10°C–32.5°C)
• Humidity: 20%–80%
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) 16 × 1
Display Languages
English/French/Spanish/Portuguese
Applicable Standards
• Electrical safety: UL1950, C-UL
• Radiation: FCC Part 15 Class B, IC
• Other: FCC Part 68, IC CS-03, Energy Star compliant
ADF Capacity
1 p. 3-2
Multi-Purpose Tray Capacity 1 p. 3-4
Printable Areas
1 p. 3-5
Scanned Area
1 p. 3-2
System Requirements
1 p. 7-2
Print Specifications
Printing Method
Laser beam printing
Paper Handling
Automatic feed
Recommended Print Media
1 p. 3-6
Print Speed
Approx. 6 pages/minute
Print Width
Max. 8.2 in. (208 mm)
Resolution
600 × 600 dpi
Specifications
Print Media Size and Weight 1 p. 3-4
Copy Specifications
Copy Speed
• Approx. 6 pages/minute
No. of Copies
Max. 99 copies
Scanning Resolution
– Direct Copy: 400 × 300 dpi
– Memory Copy: 200 × 300 dpi
Printing Resolution
600 × 600 dpi
Reduction
70%, 80%, 90%
Facsimile Specifications
Applicable Line
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
Compatibility
G3
Data Compressing System
MH, MR, MMR
Modem Type
Fax modem
Modem Speed
33.6/31.2/28.8/26.4/24/21.6/19.2/16.8/14.4/12/9.6/7.2/4.8/
2.4 Kbps
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Specifications
A-3
Transmission Speed
Approx. 3 seconds/page at 33.6 Kbps,
ECM-MMR, transmitting from memory
Scanning Image Processing • UHQ™ (Ultra High Quality) image enhancement
• Halftones: 64 levels of gray
• Density adjustment: 3 levels
Memory
Transmission/reception: 350 pages
(Based on ITU-T No.1 Chart, standard mode.)
Fax Scanning Speed
Approx. 7.7 seconds/page
(Based on ITU-T No.1 Chart, standard mode.)
Fax Resolution
• <FAX STANDARD>: 203 pels/in. × 98 lines/in.
(8 pels/mm × 3.85 lines/mm)
• <FAX FINE>: 203 pels/in. × 196 lines/in.
(8 pels/mm × 7.7 lines/mm)
• <FAX PHOTO>: 203 pels/in. × 196 lines/in. with halftones
(8 pels/mm × 7.7 lines/mm with halftones)
• <SUPER FINE>: 203 pels/in. × 392 lines/in.
(8 pels/mm × 15.4 lines/mm)
Dialing
• Automatic dialing
One-touch speed dialing (15 destinations)
Coded speed dialing (100 destinations)
Group dialing (Max. 114 destinations)
Directory dialing (with Directory button)
• Regular dialing (with numeric buttons)
• Automatic redialing
• Manual redialing
• Pause button
• Redial button
Networking
• Sequential broadcast (Max. 116 destinations)
• Automatic reception
• Automatic fax/tel switchover
• Delayed transmission (Max. 116 destinations)
• Polling transmission
• Polling reception
• Remote reception by telephone (Default ID: 25)
• Non-ring reception
• ECM deactivation
• DRPD (Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection)
• ACTIVITY REPORT (after every 20 transactions)
• Non-delivery report
• TTI (Transmit Terminal Identification)
Telephone Specifications
Connection
– Extension telephone/answering machine (CNG detecting
signal)/data modem
– Handset
Specifications subject to change without notice
A-4
Specifications
Appendix
Index
A
A4 setting 3-2, 3-4
ACTIVITY REPORT
setting 10-5
ADF 1-3
capacity 3-2
jams in 9-2
ALARM VOLUME setting 10-4
ANS.MACHINE MODE
description 5-2
Answering machine 5-2
Area
printable 3-5
scanned of document 3-2
AUTO REDIAL
message 9-8
setting 10-6
Automatic Document Feeder. See ADF
Automatic redialing
setting 10-6
B
BUSY/NO SIGNAL message 9-8
Button. See individual button names
Index
C
CALLING VOLUME setting 10-4
Canceling
receiving 5-4
sending 4-5
Cartridge
compartment 1-3
replacing 8-7 to 8-9
CHANGE CARTRIDGE message 8-7, 9-8, 9-9
CHANGE DATA setting 10-9
CHECK COVER message 9-9
CHECK DOCUMENT message 9-2, 9-9
CHECK PAPER SIZE message 9-9
CHECK POLLING ID message 9-9
CHECK PRINTER message 9-9
CHK SUBADDR/PSWD message 9-10
Cleaning
scanner components 8-5, 8-6
machine’s exterior 8-2
machine’s interior 8-2 to 8-4
Clear button 1-4, 2-4
CLEAR PAPER JAM message 9-3, 9-10
Coded Dial button 1-4, 4-6, 4-11
Coded speed dialing 4-6
registering 4-11 to 4-13
sending with 4-14
Components, machine 1-3. See also individual
component names
Contrast
copying, setting 4-3
sending, setting 4-3
Conventions, type v
Copying 6-2, 6-3
document requirements 3-2
features 1-2
problems 9-18
Correcting mistake 2-4
Cover
front 1-3
multi-purpose tray 1-3
CUSTOM setting 3-4, 3-9, 10-8
CUSTOM1/LONG setting 3-4, 3-9
CUSTOM2/SHORT setting 3-4, 3-9
Customer support back cover
Index
∂ button 1-4
¬ button 1-4, 2-4
® button 1-4, 2-3, 2-4
¨ button 1-4
(1 p. n-nn), definition v
(1 User’s Guide), definition v
I-1
D
ERASE AFTER TX setting 10-9
Data
Registration button 1-4, 10-3
Date, entering 2-6
DATE & TIME setting 2-6, 10-4
DATE SETUP setting 10-10
Daylight Saving Time 10-10
Default, definition v
DELETE FILE setting 10-9
Delivery, paper. See Paper delivery
Destination labels 4-10
Dialing
coded speed dialing. See Coded speed dialing
group dialing. See Group dialing
one-touch speed dialing. See One-touch speed
dialing
speed. See Speed dialing
Dimensions A-2
Directory button 1-4
DISPLAY LANGUAGE setting 10-10
DOC. TOO LONG message 9-10
Document
definition v
guide 1-3
loading 3-3
problem 3-2
quantity 3-2
requirements 3-2
scanned area 3-2
size 3-2
support 1-3
thickness 3-2
weight 3-2
Documentation iv
Basic Guide iv
FAXPHONE L80 User’s Guide iv
Printer Driver Software User’s Guide iv
Set-Up Instructions iv
DRPD
description 5-2
setting 10-7
F
E
ECM RX
message 9-10
setting 10-7
ECM TX
message 9-10
setting 10-6
ECONOMY PRT setting 10-8
Envelopes
printable area 3-5
requirements 3-4
selecting 3-6
I-2
F/T RING TIME setting 10-7
Face-down delivery 3-7, 3-8
slot 1-3
Face-up delivery 3-7, 3-8
slot 1-3
Fax
definition v
features 1-2
FAX ONLY MODE
description 5-2
setting 10-7
FAX setting 10-4
FAX/TEL AUTO SW setting 10-7
Fax/Tel Mode
description 5-2
setting 10-7
FaxOnly setting. See FAX ONLY MODE
FAXPHONE. See Machine
FaxTel setting. See Fax/Tel Mode
Features, FAXPHONE 1-2
FILE NAME setting 10-9
Fixing assembly 1-3
Front cover 1-3
Function button 1-4
FX-3. See Cartridge
G
Group dialing 4-6
Guide
document 1-3
paper 1-3
H
Handling, safety information viii, ix
Handset 1-2
Hook button 1-4
HORIZ & VERTICAL setting 10-8
I
Image Quality button 1-4, 4-2, 6-2
INCOMING RING setting 10-7
INSIDE IMAGE setting 10-4
J
Jams
clearing 9-2 to 9-7
in ADF 9-2
in paper delivery slots 9-3
inside machine 9-3 to 9-7
paper 9-3 to 9-7
K
Index
capacity 3-4
cover 1-3
KEEP PRINTING setting 10-8
KEYPAD VOLUME setting 10-4
L
N
Label
destination 4-10
Latch 1-3
LCD 1-4
messages 9-8 to 9-12. See also individual
message names
Letter
entering 2-2, 2-3
mode 2-2, 2-3
Lever, paper release 1-3, 9-4
LGL setting 3-4, 3-9, 10-8
LINE MONITOR VOL setting 10-4
LOAD PAPER message 9-10
Loading
document 3-3
paper 3-6
Location
safety information vi
LTR setting 3-4, 3-9, 10-8
NO RX PAPER message 9-11
NO TEL # message 9-11
NOT AVAILABLE message 9-11
Number
entering 2-2, 2-3
mode 2-2, 2-3
Numeric buttons 1-4, 2-2
M
Panel
operation 1-3, 1-4
Paper
delivery. See Paper delivery
feeding problems 9-13
guide 1-3
jams 9-3 to 9-7
path 3-8
printable area 3-5
quantity 3-4
release lever 1-3, 9-4
requirements 3-4
selecting 3-6
size setting 3-4, 3-9
weight 3-4
Paper delivery
face-down 3-7, 3-8
face-up 3-7, 3-8
selecting 3-7, 3-8
selector 1-3, 3-7, 3-8
slot, jams in 9-3
PAPER SIZE setting 3-9, 10-8
Password
registering for coded speed dialing 4-11 to 4-13
registering for one-touch speed dialing 4-7 to 4-10
PASSWORD setting 10-9
Pause button 1-4
Power
failure 9-25
supply, safety information vii
PRINT ERROR ONLY setting 10-5
Index
OFFHOOK ALARM setting 10-4
One-touch speed dialing 4-6
buttons 1-4, 4-7
registering 4-7 to 4-10
sending with 4-14
Operation panel 1-3, 1-4
OUTPUT NO setting 10-5
OUTPUT YES setting 10-5
OUTSIDE IMAGE setting 10-4
P
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Index
Maintenance, safety information ix
Machine
cleaning 8-2 to 8-6
clearing jams 9-2 to 9-7
components 1-3, 1-4. See also individual
component names
features 1-2
name, registering 2-6, 2-7
number, registering 2-6, 2-7
MAN/AUTO SWITCH setting 10-7
MANUAL MODE
description 5-2
setting 5-3
Manual setting. See MANUAL MODE
Memory
Reference button 1-4
sending. See Memory sending
MEMORY CLEAR REPORT 9-25
sample 9-25
MEMORY FULL message 9-11
MEMORY RX setting 10-7
Memory sending 4-4, 4-5
canceling 4-5
MEMORY USED nn% message 9-11
Menu. See also individual menu names
accessing 10-3
definition v
system, understanding 10-2, 10-3
Messages. See LCD messages
MID PAUSE SET setting 10-6
Mistake, correcting 2-4
Multi-purpose tray 1-3
O
Print media
requirements 3-4
selecting 3-6
PRINT WITH IMAGE setting 10-5
Printer
features 1-2
PRINTER SETTINGS menu 10-3, 10-8
Printing
area 3-5
document 7-3
problems 9-14
Print Settings
defining 7-4, 7-5
viewing a summary 7-6
Problems
cannot solve 9-24
copying 9-18
document 3-2
general 9-23
installing 9-19 to 9-20
paper feeding 9-13
printing 9-14
printing from computer 9-20 to 9-22
receiving 9-16 to 9-18
sending 9-15, 9-16
telephone 9-19
PSWD POLL REJECT message 9-11
PSWD TX REJECTED message 9-12
Pulse dialing
setting for 2-8
Q
Quantity
document 3-2
envelopes 3-4
paper 3-4
transparencies 3-4
R
REC’D IN MEMORY message 9-12
Receive Mode button 1-4
Receiving. See also individual receive modes
canceling 5-4
methods 5-2
problems 9-16 to 9-18
Redial button 1-4
REDIAL INTERVAL setting 10-6
REDIAL TIMES setting 10-6
REMOTE RX ID setting 10-7
REMOTE RX setting 10-7
Replacing FX-3 cartridge 8-7 to 8-9
Report button 1-4, 10-2
REPORT SETTINGS menu 10-3, 10-5
Resolution
copying, setting 6-2
sending, setting 4-2
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RING COUNT setting 10-7
Roller, transfer charging 1-3
ROTARY PULSE setting 2-8, 10-4
RX (Reception) SETTINGS menu 10-3, 10-7
RX CALL LEVEL setting 10-4
RX MODE setting 10-7
RX PAGE FOOTER setting 10-7
RX REDUCTION setting 10-8
RX REPORT. See also RX (Reception) REPORT
setting 10-5
RX RESTRICTION setting 10-10
RX SETTINGS menu. See RX (Reception) SETTINGS
menu
RX START SPEED setting 10-10
RX TO MEMORY setting 10-8
S
Safety information vi to ix
SCAN CONTRAST setting 4-3, 10-4
Scanner components, cleaning 8-5, 8-6
Scanning
contrast, copying 4-3
contrast, sending 4-3
document area 3-2
resolution, copying 6-2
resolution, sending 4-2
SELECT POL REJCT message 9-12
Selector, paper delivery 1-3, 3-8
Sender information
definition 2-5
registering 2-6, 2-7
sample 2-5
Sending
canceling 4-5
document requirements 3-2
memory 4-4, 4-5
methods 4-4
problems 9-15, 9-16
with coded speed dialing 4-14
with group dialing 4-14
with one-touch speed dialing 4-14
with speed dialing 4-14
Serial number, machine 9-24
Set button 1-4, 10-3
Settings. See also individual setting names
printing list of 10-2
SETUP FILE setting 10-9
Size
document 3-2
envelopes 3-4
paper 3-4, 3-9, 3-10
transparencies 3-4
Space button 1-4, 2-3
Special function buttons 1-4. See also individual
button names
Index
T
TEL LINE TYPE setting 2-8, 10-4
TEL setting 10-4
Telephone
features 1-2
problems 9-19
TELEPHONE # MARK setting 10-4
Telephone line type
setting 2-8
Thickness, document 3-2
Time
entering 2-6
TIME OUT setting 10-6
Tone dialing
setting for 2-8
TONER SUPPLY LOW setting 10-8
TOUCH TONE setting 2-8, 10-4
Transfer charging roller 1-3
Transparencies
requirements 3-4
selecting 3-6
Tray
multi-purpose 1-3
multi-purpose, cover 1-3
support 1-3
TTI POSITION setting 10-4
TX (Transmission) SETTINGS menu 10-3, 10-6
TX PASSWORD setting 10-9
TX REPORT
setting 10-5
TX SETTINGS menu. See TX (Transmission)
SETTINGS menu
TX START SPEED setting 10-10
TX TERMINAL ID setting 10-4
TX/RX CANCELLED message 9-12
Index
TX/RX NO. nnnn message 9-12
TX/RX NO. nnnn, SCANNING P.nnn, MEMORY FULL
message 9-12
Type conventions v
U
UNIT NAME setting 2-7, 10-4
UNIT TELEPHONE # setting 2-6, 10-4
USER SETTINGS menu 10-3, 10-4
USER’S DATA LIST
printing 10-2
sample 10-2
User’s Guide v
type conventions v
V
VERTICAL ONLY setting 10-8
Volume
ALARM VOLUME setting 10-4
CALLING VOLUME setting 10-4
KEYPAD VOLUME setting 10-4
LINE MONITOR VOL setting 10-4
VOLUME CONTROL setting 10-4
VOLUME CONTROL setting 10-4
W
Weight
document 3-2
machine A-2
paper 3-4
Index
Speed dialing. See also individual speed dialing
methods
definition 4-6
methods 4-6
sending document with 4-14
using 4-14
Standby mode 1-4
Start/Copy button 1-4, 5-3, 5-4
Starter cartridge 8-7
Stop/Reset button 1-4, 10-3
SUBADD TX REJECT message 9-12
Subaddress
registering for coded speed dialing 4-11 to 4-13
registering for one-touch speed dialing 4-7 to 4-10
Support
customer back cover
document 1-3
tray 1-3
Symbols, entering 2-2, 2-3
SYSTEM SETTINGS menu 10-3, 10-10
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