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CONTENTS
Chapter 1:
GETTING STARTED
Setting Up Your Machine .................................................. 1.2
Unpacking ........................................................................ 1.2
Selecting a Location ..................................................... 1.3
Understanding the Component Location ................................ 1.4
Front View .................................................................. 1.4
Rear View ................................................................... 1.4
Control Panel Functions ................................................ 1.5
Attaching Accessories ......................................................... 1.6
Document Output Support ............................................ 1.6
Handset and Handset Cradle ......................................... 1.7
Installing the Toner Cartridge .............................................. 1.8
Loading Paper ................................................................... 1.9
Connecting the Telephone Line ........................................... 1.11
Turning the Machine On ..................................................... 1.12
Setting Up the Machine System...................................... 1.13
Changing the Display Language .......................................... 1.13
Setting the Machine ID ...................................................... 1.13
Entering Characters Using the Number Keypad ............... 1.14
Setting the Date and Time ................................................. 1.15
Changing the Clock Mode ............................................. 1.16
Setting the Paper Type and Size ......................................... 1.16
Setting Sounds ................................................................. 1.17
Speaker, Ringer, Key Sound and Alarm Sound ................ 1.17
Speaker Volume ......................................................... 1.17
Using the Save Modes ....................................................... 1.18
Toner Save Mode ........................................................ 1.18
Toll Save Mode ........................................................... 1.18
Power Save Mode ....................................................... 1.19
Setting Up the Fax System ................................................. 1.19
Available Fax Setup Options ......................................... 1.20
Chapter 2:
BASIC FUNCTIONS
Sending a Fax ..................................................................
Preparing a Document ........................................................
Loading a Document ..........................................................
Adjusting the Document Resolution ......................................
Sending a Fax Automatically ...............................................
Sending a Fax Manually ......................................................
Redialing the Last Number ..................................................
Confirming Transmission .....................................................
Automatic Redialing ...........................................................
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.4
2.5
2.5
2.5
Receiving a Fax ................................................................ 2.6
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About Receiving Modes .......................................................
Loading Paper for Receiving Faxes .......................................
Receiving Automatically in Fax Mode ....................................
Receiving Manually in Tel Mode ............................................
Receiving Automatically in Ans/Fax Mode ..............................
Receiving Manually Using an Extension Telephone ..................
Receiving Faxes Using the DRPD Mode ..................................
Receiving Faxes in the Memory ............................................
2.6
2.6
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.8
2.8
2.9
Making a Copy................................................................ 2.10
Loading Paper for Copying ................................................. 2.10
Setting the Paper Type and Size for the Manual Feeder .... 2.11
Making a Copy ................................................................. 2.11
Setting Copy Options ........................................................ 2.12
Darkness ................................................................... 2.12
Original Type .............................................................. 2.12
Number of Copies ....................................................... 2.12
Reduced/Enlarged Copying ........................................... 2.13
Changing the Default Settings ............................................ 2.13
Setting the Time Out Option ............................................... 2.14
Collation Copying .............................................................. 2.14
Automatic Dialing .......................................................... 2.15
One-touch Dialing ............................................................. 2.15
Storing a Number for One-touch Dialing ......................... 2.15
Sending a Fax using a One-touch Number ...................... 2.15
Speed Dialing ................................................................... 2.16
Storing a Number for Speed Dialing ............................... 2.16
Sending a Fax using a Speed Number ............................ 2.16
Group Dialing ................................................................... 2.17
Setting a Group Dial Number ........................................ 2.17
Editing Group Dial Numbers ......................................... 2.18
Sending a Fax Using Group Dialing
(Multi-address Transmission) ........................................ 2.18
Searching for a Number in the Memory ................................ 2.19
Searching Sequentially through the Memory ................... 2.19
Searching with a Particular First Letter ........................... 2.19
Printing a Phonebook List ................................................... 2.19
Chapter 3:
ADVANCED FAX FUNCTIONS
Sending Broadcasting Faxes ................................................
Sending a Delayed Fax .......................................................
Sending a Priority Fax ........................................................
Polling a Remote Machine ...................................................
Adding Documents to a Scheduled Fax .................................
Canceling a Scheduled Fax ..................................................
Chapter 4:
3.2
3.2
3.4
3.4
3.6
3.6
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Using Secure Receiving Mode ..............................................
Printing Reports .................................................................
Using Advanced Fax Settings ...............................................
Changing Setting Options ..............................................
Advanced Fax Setting Options .......................................
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.4
4.5
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Chapter 5:
MAINTENANCE
Clearing the Memory ..........................................................
Adjusting Shading ..............................................................
Cleaning Your Machine .......................................................
Cleaning the Outside ....................................................
Cleaning the Inside ......................................................
Cleaning the Scan Unit .................................................
Maintaining the Toner Cartridge ...........................................
Redistributing Toner .....................................................
Replacing the Toner Cartridge ........................................
Setting the Notify Toner Option ......................................
Cleaning the Drum .......................................................
Ignoring the Toner Empty Message ................................
Consumables and Replacement Parts ....................................
Replacing the ADF Rubber Pad .............................................
Chapter 6:
TROUBLESHOOTING
Clearing Document Jams ....................................................
Input Misfeed ..............................................................
Exit Misfeed ................................................................
Clearing Paper Jams ...........................................................
In the Paper Tray .........................................................
In the Paper Exit Area ..................................................
In the Fuser Area or Around the Toner Cartridge ..............
In the Manual Feeder ...................................................
Tips for Avoiding Paper Jams .........................................
Clearing LCD Error Messages ...............................................
Solving Problems ...............................................................
Paper Feeding Problems ................................................
Copying Problems ........................................................
Faxing Problems ..........................................................
Appendix A:
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.3
6.3
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.8
6.8
6.9
6.9
SPECIFICATIONS
General Specifications ........................................................
Copier Specifications ..........................................................
Facsimile Specifications ......................................................
Paper Specifications ...........................................................
Overview ....................................................................
Supported Sizes of Paper ..............................................
Guidelines for Using Paper ............................................
Paper Specifications .....................................................
Paper Storage Environment ...........................................
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5.2
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.4
5.6
5.6
5.7
5.7
5.7
5.8
5.8
5.9
A.2
A.3
A.4
A.5
A.5
A.5
A.6
A.7
A.7
Safety and Regulatory Information
Important Precautions and Safety Information
When using this machine, these basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce risk of fire,
electric shock and injury to people:
1
Read and understand all instructions.
2
Use common sense whenever operating electrical appliances.
3
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the machine and in the literature accompanying the
machine.
4
If an operating instruction appears to conflict with safety information, heed the safety information. You
may have misunderstood the operating instruction. If you cannot resolve the conflict, contact your sales
or service representative for assistance.
5
Unplug the machine from the AC wall socket and/or telephone jack before cleaning. Do not use liquid
or aerosol cleaners. Use only a damp cloth for cleaning.
6
Do not place the machine on an unstable cart, stand or table. It may fall, causing serious damage.
7
Your machine should never be placed on, near or over a radiator, heater, air conditioner or ventilation
duct.
8
Do not allow anything to rest on the power. Do not locate your machine where the cords will be abused
by persons walking on them.
9
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords. This can diminish performance, and may result in the
risk of fire or electric shock.
10 Do not allow pets to chew on the AC power, telephone or PC interface cords.
11 Never push objects of any kind into the machine through case or cabinet openings. They may touch
dangerous voltage points, creating a risk of fire or shock. Never spill liquid of any kind onto or into the
machine.
12 To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble the machine. Take it to a qualified service
technician when repair work is required. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltages or other risks. Incorrect reassembly could cause electric shock when the unit is subsequently
used.
13 Unplug the machine from the telephone jack, PC and AC wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel under the following conditions:
• When any part of the power cord, plug or connecting cable is damaged or frayed.
• If liquid has been spilled into the machine.
• If the machine has been exposed to rain or water.
• If the machine does not operate properly after instructions have been followed.
• If the machine has been dropped, or the cabinet appears damaged.
• If the machine exhibits a sudden and distinct change in performance.
14 Adjust only those controls covered by the operating instructions. Improper adjustment of other controls
may result in damage, and may require extensive work by a qualified service technician to restore the
machine to normal operation.
15 Avoid using this machine during a lightning storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from
lightning. If possible, unplug the AC power and telephone cord for the duration of the lightning storm.
16 The Power cord supplied with your machine should be used for safe operation. If you are using a cord
which is longer than 2 m with 110 V machine, then it should be 16 AWG* or bigger.
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17 Use only No.26 AWG* or larger telephone line cord.
18 SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
Laser Safety Statement
The printer is certified in the U.S. to conform to the requirements of DHHS 21 CFR, chapter 1 Subchapter J
for Class I(1) laser products, and elsewhere is certified as a Class I laser product conforming to the
requirements of IEC 825.
Class I laser products are not considered to be hazardous. The laser system and printer are designed so
there is never any human access to laser radiation above a Class I level during normal operation, user
maintenance or prescribed service condition.
WARNING
Never operate or service the printer with the protective cover removed from Laser/Scanner assembly. The
reflected beam, although invisible, can damage your eyes.
When using this product, these basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce risk of fire,
electric shock, and injury to persons:
Ozone Safety
During normal operation, this machine produces ozone. The ozone produced does not
present a hazard to the operator. However, it is advisable that the machine be operated
in a well ventilated area.
If you need additional information about ozone, please request your nearest Samsung
dealer.
Mercury Safety
LAMP(S) INSIDE THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN MERCURY AND MUST BE
RECYCLED OR DISPOSED OF ACCORDING TO LOCAL, STATE OR FEDERAL
LAWS. For details see lamprecycle.org, eiae.org, or call 1-800-Samsung
* AWG: American Wire Gauge
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Power Saver
This printer contains advanced energy conservation technology that reduces power
consumption when it is not in active use.
When the printer does not receive data for an extended period of time, power
consumption is automatically lowered.
ENERGY STAR and the ENERGY STAR mark are registered U.S. marks.
For more information on the ENERGY STAR program see http://www.energystar.gov
Recycling
Please recycle or dispose of the packaging material for this product in an environmentally
responsible manner.
Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic
Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection
systems)
This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be disposed
with other household wastes at the end of its working life. To prevent possible harm to the
environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from
other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of
material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or
their local government office, for details of where and how they can take this item for
environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract.
This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
Radio Frequency Emissions
FCC Information to the User
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
• This device may not cause harmful interference, and
• This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
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.
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• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
• Consult the dealer or experienced radio TV technician for help.
Caution:
Change or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer responsible for compliance could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Canadian Radio Interference Regulations
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as
set out in the interference-causing equipment standard entitled “Digital Apparatus”, ICES-003 of the Industry
and Science Canada.
Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques applicables aux appareils numériques
de Classe B prescrites dans la norme sur le matériel brouilleur: “Appareils Numériques”, ICES-003 édictée
par l’Industrie et Sciences Canada.
Fax Branding
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 facsimile 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 following information:
(1) the date and time of transmission
(2) identification of either business, business entity or individual sending the message; and
(3) telephone number of either the sending machine, business, business entity or individual.
The Telephone Company may make changes in its communications facilities, equipment operations or
procedures where such action is reasonably required in the operation of its business and is not inconsistent
with the rules and regulations in FCC Part 68. If such changes can be reasonably expected to render any
customer terminal equipment incompatible with telephone company communications facilities, or require
modification or alteration of such terminal equipment, or otherwise materially affect its use or performance,
the customer shall be given adequate notice in writing, to allow the customer an opportunity to maintain
uninterrupted service.
Ringer Equivalence Number
The Ringer Equivalence Number and FCC Registration Number for this machine may be found on the label
located on the bottom or rear of the machine. In some instances you may need to provide these numbers to
the telephone company.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) is a measure of the electrical load placed on the telephone line, and
is useful for determining whether you have “overloaded” the line. Installing several types of equipment on the
same telephone line may result in problems making and receiving telephone calls, especially ringing when
your line is called. The sum of all Ringer Equivalence Numbers of the equipment on your telephone line
should be less than five in order to assure proper service from the telephone company. In some cases, a sum
of five may not be usable on your line. If any of your telephone equipment is not operating properly, you
should immediately remove it from your telephone line, as it may cause harm to the telephone network.
WARNING:
FCC Regulations state that changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. In the event that terminal equipment
causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company should notify the customer that service may
be stopped. However, where prior notice is impractical, the company may temporarily cease service,
providing that they:
a) promptly notify the customer.
b) give the customer an opportunity to correct the equipment problem.
c) inform the customer of the right to bring a complaint to the Federal Communication Commission pursuant
to procedures set out in FCC Rules and Regulations Subpart E of Part 68.
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You should also know that:
• Your machine is not designed to be connected to a digital PBX system.
• If you intend to use a computer modem or fax modem on the same phone line as your machine, you may
experience transmission and reception problems with all the equipment. It is recommended that no other
equipment, except for a regular telephone, share the line with your machine.
• If your area experiences a high incidence of lightning or power surges, we recommend that you install
surge protectors for both the power and the telephone lines. Surge protectors can be purchased from
your dealer or telephone and electronic specialty stores.
• When programming emergency numbers and/or making test calls to emergency numbers, use a nonemergency number to advise the emergency service dispatcher of your intentions. The dispatcher will
give you further instructions on how to actually test the emergency number.
• This machine may not be used on coin service or party lines.
• This machine provides magnetic coupling to hearing aids.
• You may safely connect this equipment to the telephone network by means of a standard modular jack,
USOC RJ-11C.
Declaration of Conformity (European Countries)
Approvals and Certifications
The CE marking applied to this product symbolizes Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Declaration of Conformity with the following applicable 93/68/EEC Directives of the
European Union as of the dates indicated:
January 1, 1995: Council Directive 73/23/EEC Approximation of the laws of the member
states related to low voltage equipment.
January 1, 1996: Council Directive 89/336/EEC (92/31/EEC), approximation of the laws of the Member
States related to electromagnetic compatibility.
March 9, 1999: Council Directive 1999/5/EC on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal
equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity.
A full declaration, defining the relevant Directives and referenced standards can be obtained from your
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. representative.
EC Certification
Certification to 1999/5/EC Radio Equipment & Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive
(FAX)
This Samsung product has been self-certified by Samsung for pan-European single terminal connection to
the analogue public switched telephone network (PSTN) in accordance with Directive 1999/5/EC. The
product has been designed to work with the national PSTNs and compatible PBXs of the European
countries:
In the event of problems, you should contact the Euro QA Lab of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. in the first
instance.
The product has been tested against TBR21. To assist in the use and application of terminal equipment
which complies with this standard, the European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI) has issued
an advisory document (EG 201 121) which contains notes and additional requirements to ensure network
compatibility of TBR21 terminals. The product has been designed against, and is fully compliant with, all of
the relevant advisory notes contained in this document.
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Replacing the Fitted Plug (for UK Only)
Important
The mains lead for this machine is fitted with a standard (BS 1363) 13 amp plug and has a 13 amp fuse.
When you change or examine the fuse, you must re-fit the correct 13 amp fuse. You then need to replace
the fuse cover. If you have lost the fuse cover, do not use the plug until you have another fuse cover.
Please contact the people from you purchased the machine.
The 13 amp plug is the most widely used type in the UK and should be suitable. However, some buildings
(mainly old ones) do not have normal 13 amp plug sockets. You need to buy a suitable plug adaptor. Do not
remove the moulded plug.
Warning
If you cut off the moulded plug, get rid of it straight away.
You cannot rewire the plug and you may receive an electric shock if you plug it into a socket.
Important warning: You must earth this machine.
The wires in the mains lead have the following color code:
• Green and Yellow:
Earth
• Blue:
Neutral
• Brown:
Live
If the wires in the mains lead do not match the colors marked in your plug, do the following:
You must connect the green and yellow wire to the pin marked by the letter “E” or by the safety ‘Earth symbol’
or colored green and yellow or green.
You must connect the blue wire to the pin which is marked with the letter “N” or colored black.
You must connect the brown wire to the pin which is marked with the letter “L” or colored red.
You must have a 13 amp fuse in the plug, adaptor, or at the distribution board.
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1
GETTING STARTED
Thank you for purchasing this facsimile.
This chapter gives you step-by-step instructions for setting up your
machine.
This chapter includes:
•
Setting Up Your Machine
•
Setting Up the Machine System
Setting Up Your Machine
Unpacking
Remove the machine and all accessories from the packing carton. Make
sure that the machine has been packed with the following items. If there is
a missing item, contact the retailer where you bought the machine:
Starter Toner Cartridge
AC Power Cord*
Quick Install Guide & User’s
Guide
Docoment Output Support
Telephone Line Cord*
Handset & Cradle
TAM Lead (for UK only)
* The appearance of the power cord and the telephone line cord may differ according to
your country’s specifications.
NOTE:
• You should use the telephone line cord which is supplied with your machine.
If you are replacing it with another vendor’s, it should be AWG #26 or larger
telephone line cord.
• The power cord must be plugged into a grounded power socket.
• Components may differ from one country to another.
1.2
GETTING STARTED
Remove the packing tape from the front, back and sides of the machine.
1
Selecting a Location
Select a level, stable place with adequate space for air circulation. Allow
extra space for opening covers and trays.
The area should be well-ventilated and away from direct sunlight or sources
of heat, cold and humidity. Do not set the machine close to the edge of your
desk or table.
Clearance Space
• Front: 482.6 mm (enough space so that the paper tray can be
removed)
• Back: 250 mm (enough space for ventilation)
• Right: 100 mm
• Left: 100 mm (enough space for ventilation)
GETTING STARTED
1.3
Understanding the Component Location
These are the main components of your machine:
Front View
Automatic Document
Feeder
Document Input
Support
Control Panel (See page 1.5)
Document
Output Tray
Front Output Tray (Face down)
Document
Guides
Paper Output
Extension
Front Cover
Toner
Cartridge
Paper Level
Indicator
Handset
Manual Feeder
Paper Tray
Manual Feeder Guides
Rear View
Rear Cover
Rear Output
Slot (Face up)
EXT Jack*
Line Jack
Power Switch
AC Power Cord
Connector
* If your country has a different
telephone connection system, this
socket may be blocked.
1.4
GETTING STARTED
Control Panel Functions
1
1
Use to store frequently-dialed fax number and dial
them with a touch of the buttons.
Adjusts the brightness of the documents for the
current copy job.
2
C
O
P
Y
Selects the document type for the current copy job.
Makes a copy smaller or larger than the original
document.
Selects the number of copies.
3
Displays the current status and prompts during an
operation.
Scrolls through the options available for the selected
menu item.
Confirms the selection on the display.
Enters Menu mode and scrolls through the menus
available.
4
Sends you back to the upper menu level.
Stops an operation at any time.
In Standby mode, clears/cancels the copy options,
such as the darkness, the document type setting,
the copy size and the number of copies.
Starts a job.
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1.5
Dials a number or enters alphanumeric characters.
5
Allows you to save on toner by using less toner to
print a document.
6
Allows you to save on call costs by sending a fax at a
preset toll-saving time. Using this feature, you can
take advantage of lower long distance rates at night,
for example.
Allows you to select the fax receiving mode.
• Allows you to store frequently-dialed fax numbers using
a one or two-digit speed dial or group number for
automatic dialing and edit the stored numbers.
• Allows you to print a Phonebook list.
7
F
A
X
Adjusts the resolution of the documents for the
current fax job.
Allows you to send a fax to multiple destinations.
Engages the telephone line.
Redials the last number in Standby mode or inserts
a pause into a fax number in Edit mode.
Attaching Accessories
Document Output Support
Insert the two tabs on the supplied document output support into the slots
on both sides of the paper output tray.
Fold out the extender, if necessary.
NOTE: When detaching the document
output tray, detach it by pressing the front
portion of document output tray as seen
from the picture. As this time, even though
the dull sound is heard the components are
safe from damge.
1.6
GETTING STARTED
Handset and Handset Cradle
1 Plug the end of the coiled cord of the handset into the jack on the left
side of your machine.
2 Holding the cradle as shown, attach the handset cradle to the machine.
➀ Insert the two tabs of the cradle into the slots on the left side of the
machine as shown.
➁ Push the cradle toward the machine until it locks into place.
NOTE:
• The cradle and handset must be installed for correct operation of the set
• To remove the cradle, push it down, pressing the latch on the bottom of the
cradle.
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1.7
1
Installing the Toner Cartridge
1 Open the front cover.
2 Remove the starter toner cartridge from its bag. Gently roll the
cartridge 5 or 6 times to distribute the toner evenly inside the
cartridge.
Thoroughly rolling the cartridge will assure the maximum copies per
cartridge.
NOTES:
• To prevent damage to the toner cartridge, do not expose it to light for more
than a few minute. Cover it with a piece of paper, if necessary.
• If the toner gets on your clothing, wipe it off with a dry cloth and wash
clothing in cold water. Hot water sets the toner into fabric.
3 Slide the toner cartridge into the machine until it locks into place
completely.
4 Close the front cover. Make sure that the cover is securely latched.
1.8
GETTING STARTED
Loading Paper
1
You can load approximately 250 sheets.
To load a stack of Letter-sized paper:
1 Pull open the paper tray and remove it from the machine.
2 Push down on the pressure plate until it locks into place.
3 Fan the edges of the paper stack to separate the pages. Then tap the
stack on a flat surface to even it up.
4 Insert the paper stack into the paper tray with the side you want to
print facing up.
NOTE: If you want to load a different size of paper, you need to adjust the
paper guides. For details, see page 1.10.
5 Pay attention to the paper limit mark on the left inside wall of the tray.
Paper overloading may cause paper jams.
6 Insert and slide the paper tray back into the machine.
NOTE: After you load the paper, you need to set up your machine for the paper
type and size you loaded. See page 1.16.
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1.9
Changing the Paper Size in the Paper Tray
To load longer sizes of paper, such as Legal-sized paper, you need to adjust
the paper guides to extend the paper tray.
1 After pressing and unlatching the guide lock, slide the paper length
guide out completely to extend the paper tray to its full length.
2 After inserting paper into the tray, slide in the guide until it lightly
touches the end of the paper stack.
3 Pinching the paper width guide as shown, move it toward the stack of
paper until it lightly touches the side of the stack.
NOTES:
• Do not push the paper width guide far enough to cause the materials to
warp.
• If you do not adjust the paper width guide, it may cause paper jams.
1.10
GETTING STARTED
Connecting the Telephone Line
1 Plug the telephone line cord into the LINE jack and the other end into
the wall jack.
➔ To the wall jack
2 To connect a telephone and/or answering machine to your machine,
plug the cord of your extension phone or answering machine into the
EXT jack.
➔ To an extension phone
or answering machine
UK users should plug the cord of the extension phone into the supplied
TAM lead and plug the cord of the TAM lead into the EXT jack on the
back of your machine.
TAM lead
(For UK users only)
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1.11
1
NOTES:
• Use the TAM lead and the telephone line cord supplied with your machine.
• In the United Kingdom, if a three-wire type (SHUNT-wire, older equipment)
telephone or answering machine is connected to the EXT jack on the
machine, the external equipment will fail to ring when receiving an incoming
call as the machine is designed to operate with the latest technology. To
prevent this incompatibility, use two-wire (newer equipment) telephone or
answering machines.
Turning the Machine On
1 Plug one end of the supplied three-pronged electrical type cord into
the AC socket on the machine and the other end into a properly
grounded AC outlet.
2 Press the power switch to turn the machine on. “Warming Up Please
Wait” appears on the display indicating that the machine is now on.
➔ To the AC wall jack
To view your display text in another language, see the next page.
CAUTIONS:
• The fusing area inside the rear part of your machine becomes hot once the
machine is turned on. Be careful when you access this area.
• Do not disassemble the machine when it turned on as it may give you an
electric shock.
1.12
GETTING STARTED
Setting Up the Machine
System
1
Changing the Display Language
To change the language that displays on the display of the control panel,
follow these steps:
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the top line of the
display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) until “Language” appears on the
bottom line of the display.
3 Press Enter. The current setting appears on the bottom line of the
display.
4 Press the scroll button (W or X) until the language you want appears
on the display.
5 Press Enter to save the selection.
6 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Setting the Machine ID
In some countries, you are required by law to indicate your fax number on
any fax you send. The Machine ID, containing your telephone number and
name or company name, will be printed at the top of each page sent from
your machine.
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the top line of the
display. The first available menu item, “Machine Id” displays on the
bottom line.
2 Press Enter. The display asks you to enter the fax number.
If there is a number already set, the number appears.
3 Enter your fax number using the number keypad.
NOTE: If you make a mistake while entering numbers, press the W button to
delete the last digit.
4 Press Enter when the number on the display is correct. The display
asks you to enter the ID.
5 Enter your name or company name using the number keypad.
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1.13
You can enter alphanumeric characters using the number keypad, and
include special symbols by pressing the 0 button.
For details on how to use the number keypad to enter alphanumeric
characters, see the following section.
If you want to enter the same letter or number in succession (e.g. SS,
AA, 777), enter one digit, move the cursor by pressing the X button
and enter the next digit.
If you want to insert a space in the name, you can also use the X
button to move the cursor to skip the position.
6 Press Enter when the name on the display is correct.
7 Press Stop/Clear to return to Standby mode.
Entering Characters Using the Number Keypad
As you perform various tasks, you need to enter names and numbers. For
example, when you set up your machine, you enter your name or your
company’s name and telephone number. When you store one or two digit
speed dial or group dial numbers, you may also enter the corresponding
names.
To enter alphanumeric characters:
1 When you are prompted to enter a letter, locate the button labeled
with the character you want. Press the button until the correct letter
appears on the display.
For example, to enter the letter O, press 6, labeled with “MNO.”
Each time you press 6, the display shows a different letter, M, N, O
and finally 6.
You can enter special characters, such as space, plus sign, and so on.
For details, see “Keypad Letters and Numbers” on page 1.15.
2 To enter additional letters, repeat step 1.
If the next letter is printed on the same button, move the cursor by
pressing the X button and then press the button labeled with the letter
you want. The cursor moves to the right and the next letter appears on
the display.
You can enter a space by pressing the
button.
3 When you finish entering letters, press Enter.
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GETTING STARTED
Keypad Letters and Numbers
Key
Assigned numbers, letters or characters
1
1 Space
2
A
3
4
5
J
6
M
N
7
P
Q
R
S
8
T
U
V
8
9
W
X
Y
Z
0
+
-
,
.
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
4
L
5
K
O
1
2
6
7
9
’
/
*
#
&
0
Changing Numbers or Names
If you make a mistake while entering a number or name, press the W button
to delete the last digit or character. Then enter the correct numbers or
characters.
Inserting a Pause
With some telephone systems, you must dial an access code (9, for
example) and listen for a second dial tone. In such cases, you must insert
a pause in the telephone number. You can insert a pause while you are
setting up one-touch or speed dial numbers.
To insert a pause, press Redial/Pause at the appropriate place while
entering the telephone number. A “–” appears on the display at the
corresponding location.
Setting the Date and Time
The current date and time are shown on the display when your machine is
on and ready to work. All of your faxes will have the date and time printed
on them.
NOTE: If power to the machine is cut off, you need to reset the correct time and
date once the power is restored.
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the top line of the
display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “Date & Time” on the
bottom line and press Enter.
3 Enter the correct time and date using the number keypad.
Month
Day
Year
Hour
Minute
= 01 ~ 12
= 01 ~ 31
= requires all four digits
= 01 ~ 12 (12-hour mode)
00 ~ 23 (24-hour mode)
= 00 ~ 59
NOTE: The date format may differ from each country.
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1.15
You can also use the scroll button (W or X) to move the cursor under
the digit you want to correct and enter a new number.
4 To select “AM” or “PM” for 12-hour format, press the
or
button
or any number button.
When the cursor is not under the AM or PM indicator, pressing the
or
button immediately moves the cursor to the indicator.
You can change the clock mode to 24-hour format (e.g. 01:00 PM as
13:00). For details, see page 1.16.
5 Press Enter when the time and date on the display is correct.
When you enter a wrong number, the machine beeps and does not
proceed to the next step. If this happens, just reenter the correct
number.
Changing the Clock Mode
You can set your machine to display the current time using either 12-hour
or 24-hour format.
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the top line of the
display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) until you see “Clock Mode” on the
bottom line and press Enter.
The clock mode currently set for the machine displays.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) to select the other mode and then
press Enter to save the selection.
4 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Setting the Paper Type and Size
After loading paper in the paper tray, you need to set the paper type and
size using the control panel buttons.
1 Press Menu.
The display shows “Paper Setting” on the top line and the first menu
item, “Paper Type,” on the bottom line.
2 Press Enter to access the menu item.
3 Use the scroll button (W or X) to fine the paper type you are using and
press Enter to save it.
4 Press the X button to scroll to “Paper Size” and press Enter to access
the menu item.
5 Press Enter when “Tray Paper ” displays on the bottom line.
6 Use the scroll button (W or X) to find the paper size you are using and
press Enter to save it.
7 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
1.16
GETTING STARTED
Setting Sounds
1
You can control the following sounds:
• Ringer: You can adjust the ringer volume.
• Key Sound: With this option set to “On,” a key tone sounds each time
any key is pressed.
• Alarm Sound: You can turn the alarm sound on or off. With this option
set to “On,” an alarm tone sounds when an error occurs or fax
communication ends.
• Speaker: You can turn on or off the sounds from the telephone line
through the speaker, such as a dial tone or a fax tone. With this option
set to “Comm.,” the speaker is on until the remote machine answers.
You can adjust the speaker volume level using the On Hook Dial button
or the handset.
Speaker, Ringer, Key Sound and Alarm Sound
1 Press Menu until “Sound/Volume” appears on the top line of the
display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) to scroll through the options. Press
Enter when you see the sound option you want.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display the status or loudness you
want for the option you have selected.
For the ringer volume, you can select from “Off”, “Low”, “Med” and
“High.” Setting “Off” means that the ringer turns off. The machine
works normally even if the ringer is turned off.
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
5 If necessary, repeat steps 2 through 4.
6 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Speaker Volume
To adjust the volume using the On Hook Dial button:
1 Press On Hook Dial. A dial tone sounds from the speaker.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) until you hear the loudness you want.
The display shows the current volume level.
3 Press Stop/Clear to save the change and return to Standby mode.
To adjust the volume using the handset:(For USA only)
1 Pick up the handset. A dial tone sounds from the earpiece.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) until you find the loudness you want.
You can select either “High” or “Low.”
3 Press Enter to save the selection and replace the handset.
NOTE: You can adjust the speaker volume only when the telephone line is
connected.
GETTING STARTED
1.17
Using the Save Modes
Toner Save Mode
Toner Save mode allows your machine to use less toner on each page.
Activating this mode extends the life of the toner cartridge longer than
normal, but it reduces the print quality.
To turn the toner save mode on or off, press Toner Save.
• If the button backlight is on, the mode is active and the machine uses
less toner when printing a document.
• If the button backlight is off, the mode is deactivated and the machine
prints with the normal quality.
Toll Save Mode
Using the Toll Save button on the control panel, you can quickly set your
machine to send the document(s) stored in the memory during the preset
time slot, when the call charge is lowered. This Toll Save mode helps you to
take advantage of lower long distance rates at night, for example.
NOTE: The toll-saving time slot may vary depending on your contract with
along distance phone company.
To turn the toll save mode on:
1 Press Toll Save. The button backlight turns on.
2 Press Enter when “Start Time” displays on the bottom line.
3 Enter the time when your machine starts sending toll save faxes, using
the number keypad.
To select “AM” or “PM” for 12-hour format, press the
or any number button.
or
button
4 Press Enter when the starting time on the display is correct.
5 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “End Time” and press
Enter.
6 Enter the time when the toll save transmission ends, using the number
keypad.
7 Press Enter to save the setting.
8 To return to Standby Mode, press Stop/Clear.
Once Toll Save mode is activated, your machine stores all of the documents
to be faxed into the memory and sends them at the programed time.
To turn Toll Save mode off, press Toll Save again. The button backlight
turns off and the mode is deactivated.
NOTE: Once the toll-saving time is set, the Toll Save button allows you to only
enable or disable the toll save mode. To change the time setting, use the Toll
Save item in the Advanced Fax menu. See page 4.5.
1.18
GETTING STARTED
Power Save Mode
Power Save mode allows your machine to reduce power consumption when
it is not in actual use. You can turn this mode on by selecting the length of
time for which the machine waits after a job is printed before it switches to
a reduced power state.
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on top line of the display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) until “Power Save” appears on the
bottom line. Press Enter.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “On” on the bottom line and
press Enter.
Selecting “Off” means that the power save mode turns off.
4 Press the scroll button (W or X) until the time settings you want
appears.
The available options are 5, 10, 15, 30 and 45 (minutes).
5 Press Enter to save the selection.
6 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Setting Up the Fax System
Your machine has various user-selectable fax setup options. These options
are preset at the factory, but you may need to change them.
1 Press Menu until “Fax Setup” appears on the top line of the display.
The first available menu item, “Ring to Answer,” displays on the
bottom line.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) until the menu item you want on the
bottom line and press Enter.
3 Use the scroll button (W or X) to find the status or use the number
keypad to enter the value for the option you have selected.
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
5 If necessary, repeat steps 2 through 4.
6 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
GETTING STARTED
1.19
1
Available Fax Setup Options
You can use the following setup options for configuring the fax system:
Option
Description
Ring to Answer
You can specify the number of times the machine rings, 1 to 7, before
answering an incoming call.
Darkness
You can select the default darkness mode to fax your documents lighter
or darker.
• Light works well with dark print.
• Normal works well with standard typed or printed documents.
• Dark works well with light print or faint pencil markings.
Redial Term
Your machine can automatically redial a remote fax machine when the
line is busy. Intervals from 1 to 15 minutes can be entered.
Redials
You can specify the number of redial attempts, 0 to 13. If you enter 0,
the machine will not redial.
MSG Confirm
You can set your machine to print a report showing whether the
transmission was successful, how many pages were sent, and more.
The available options are On, Off and On-Error, which prints only
when a transmission is not successful.
Auto Report
A report with detailed information about the previous 50
communications operations, including time and dates. The available
options are On or Off.
Auto Reduction
When receiving a document as long as or longer than the paper loaded
in the paper tray, the machine can reduce the size of the document to fit
the size of paper loaded in the machine. Select On if you want to
automatically reduce an incoming page.
With this feature set to Off, the machine cannot reduce the document
to fit onto one page, the document is divided and printed in actual size
on two or more pages.
Discard Size
When receiving a document as long as longer than the paper installed in
your machine, you can set the machine to discard any excess at the
bottom of the page. If the received page is outside the margin you set,
it will print on two sheets of paper at the actual size.
When the document is within the margin and the Auto Reduction feature
is turned on, the machine reduces the document to fit it onto the
appropriate sized paper and discard does not occur. If the Auto
Reduction feature is turned off or fails, the data within the margin will
be discarded. Settings range from 0 to 30 mm.
Receive Code
The Receive Code allows you to initiate fax reception from an extension
phone plugged into the EXT jack on the back of the machine. If you pick
up the extension phone and hear fax tones, enter the Receive Code. The
code is preset to
9 at the factory. Settings range from 0 to 9. See
page 2.8.
DRPD Mode
You can receive a call using the Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection (DRPD)
feature which enables a user to use a single telephone line to answer
several different telephone numbers. In this menu, you can set the machine
to recognize the ring patterns to answer. See page 2.8
1.20
GETTING STARTED
2
BASIC FUNCTIONS
This chapter gives you basic information about using your machine
as a fax machine and a copier.
This chapter includes:
•
Sending a Fax
•
Receiving a Fax
•
Making a Copy
•
Automatic Dialing
Sending a Fax
Preparing a Document
Using the ADF (Automatic Document Feeder), you can load up to 20
documents (47~90g/m2, 12.5~24lb) for one job.
When you use the ADF:
• Do not load documents smaller than 142 x 148 mm or larger than 216 x
356 mm.
• Do not attempt to feed the following types of documents:
- carbon-paper or carbon-backed paper
- coated paper
- onion skin or thin paper
- wrinkled or creased paper
- curled or rolled paper
- torn paper
• Remove all staples and paper clips before loading documents.
• Make sure any glue, ink or correction fluid on the paper is completely
dry before loading documents.
• Do not load documents containing different sizes or weights of paper.
• Do not load booklet, pamphlet, transparencies or documents having
other unusual characteristics.
Loading a Document
1 Pull the document input support all the way out. Fold out the extender,
if necessary.
2 Load the documents up to 20 pages face down into the ADF.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
3 Adjust the document guides to the document size.
2
4 Adjust the document resolution,. See the following section.
Adjusting the Document Resolution
The default document settings produce good results when setting typical
text based documents.
However, if you send documents that are of a poor quality, or contain
photographs, you can adjust the resolution to produce a higher quality fax.
1 Press Resolution.
2 By pressing Resolution or the scroll button (W or X), you can choose
from Standard, Fine, Super Fine and Photo.
The document types recommended for the resolution settings are described
in the following table below:
Mode
Recommended for:
Standard
Documents with normal-sized characters.
Fine
Documents containing small characters or thin lines or
documents printed using a dot-matrix printer.
Super Fine
Documents containing extremely fine detail. Super
Fine mode is enabled only if the remote machine also
supports the Super Fine resolution. See the notes
below.
Photo
Documents containing shades of gray or photographs.
NOTES:
• For the memory transmission, Super Fine mode is not available. The
resolution setting is automatically changed to Fine.
• When your machine is set to Super Fine resolution and the remote fax
machine does not support the Super Fine resolution, the machine transmits
using the highest resolution mode supported by the remote fax machine.
BASIC FUNCTIONS
2.3
Sending a Fax Automatically
1 Load the document(s) face down into the ADF.
For details about loading a document, see page 2.2.
2 Adjust the document resolution to suit your fax needs. See page 2.3.
If you need to change the darkness, see page 1.20.
3 Enter the remote fax phone number using the number keypad.
You can use the one-touch keypad or speed or group dial numbers. For
details about storing a number, see page 2.15.
4 Press Start Copy/Fax.
The number is dialed and then the machine begins sending the fax
when the remote fax machine is ready.
NOTE: When you want to cancel the fax job, press Stop/Clear at any time
while sending the fax.
Sending a Fax Manually
1 Load the document(s) face down into the ADF.
For details about loading a document, see page 2.2.
2 Adjust the document resolution to suit your fax needs. See page 2.3.
If you need to change the darkness, see page 1.20.
3 Press On Hook Dial or lift the handset. You hear a dial tone.
4 Enter the remote fax machine’s fax number using the number keypad.
You can use the one-touch keypad or speed or group dial numbers. For
details about storing a number, see page 2.15.
5 When you hear a high-pitched fax signal from the remote fax machine,
press Start Copy/Fax then, the “1.Sending 2.Receiving” message
appears on the display.
6 Press 1 by using the number keypad for sending.
7 Press Enter to start fax sending.
NOTE: When you want to cancel the fax job, press Stop/Clear at any time
while sending the fax.
2.4
BASIC FUNCTIONS
Redialing the Last Number
To redial the number you last called:
Press Redial/Pause.
If a document is loaded in the ADF, the machine automatically begins to
send.
2
Confirming Transmission
When the last page of your document has been sent successfully, the
machine beeps and returns to Standby Mode.
When something goes wrong while sending your fax, an error message
appears on the display. For a listing of error messages and their meanings,
see page 6.5.
If you receive an error message, press Stop/Clear to clear the message
and try to send the document again.
You can set your machine to print a confirmation report automatically each
time sending a fax is completed. For further details, see the MSG Confirm
item on page 1.20.
Automatic Redialing
When the number you have dialed is busy or there is no answer when you
send a fax, the machine automatically redials the number every three
minutes up to seven times by the factory default settings.
When the display shows “Retry Redial ?,” press Enter to redial the number
without waiting. To cancel the automatic redialing, press Stop/Clear.
To change the time interval between redials and the number of redial
attempts. See page 1.20.
BASIC FUNCTIONS
2.5
Receiving a Fax
About Receiving Modes
• In Fax mode, the machine answers an incoming fax call and
immediately goes into the fax reception mode.
• In Tel mode, you can receive a fax by picking up the handset or
pressing On Hook Dial (you can hear voice or fax tone from the remote
machine) and then pressing Start Copy/Fax on the control panel of
your machine. You can also pick up the handset of the extension phone
and then press the remote receive code; see page 2.8.
• In Ans/Fax mode, the answering machine answers an incoming call,
and the caller can leave a message on the answering machine. If the fax
machine senses a fax tone on the line, the call automatically switches to
Fax mode.
• In DRPD mode, you can receive a call using the Distinctive Ring Pattern
Detection (DRPD) feature. “Distinctive Ring” is a telephone company service
which enables a user to use a single telephone line to answer several
different telephone numbers. For further details. See page 2.8
The current receiving mode displays when the machine is in Standby mode.
When the memory is full, the receiving mode automatically switches to Tel.
NOTES:
• To use Ans/Fax mode, attach an answering machine to the EXT jack on the
back of your machine. See page 1.11.
• If you do not want other people to view your received documents, you can
use Secure Receiving mode. In this mode, all of the received faxes are stored
in the memory. For further details, see page 4.2.
Loading Paper for Receiving Faxes
Faxes can only be printed on Letter-, A4- or Legal-sized 20lb(75g/m2)plain
paper. For details about loading paper and setting the paper size in the tray,
see page 1.9 and page 1.16.
The paper level indicator on the front of the paper tray shows the amount
of paper currently left in the tray. When the tray is empty, the indicator of
the bar is lowered.
TPaper full
Paper empty S
2.6
BASIC FUNCTIONS
Receiving Automatically in Fax Mode
Your machine is preset to Fax mode at the factory. If you have changed the
receiving mode, take the following steps to receive faxes automatically:
1 Press Receive Mode.
2 Press and hold Receive Mode until “Fax” displays on the bottom line.
You may have to repeat this action once or twice depending on the
mode you’re in.
3 When you receive a fax, the machine answers the call on a specified
number of rings and automatically receives the fax.
To change the number of rings, see page 1.20.
Receiving Manually in Tel Mode
You can receive a fax call manually with the Start key.
1 Press the On Hook Dial key or lift the external handset.
2 Press Start Copy/Fax, then the “1.Sending 2.Receiving” message
appears on the display.
3 Press 2 by using the numer keypad for receiving.
4 Press Enter to start fax receiving.
The machine begins receiving a fax and returns to Standby Mode when
the reception is completed.
Receiving Automatically in Ans/Fax Mode
For using this mode, you must attach an answering machine to the EXT jack
on the back of your machine. See page 1.11.
1 Press Receive Mode.
2 Press and hold Receive Mode until “Ans/Fax” displays on the bottom
line.
You may have to repeat this action once or twice depending on the
mode you’re in.
3 When you receive a call, the answering machine answers.
If the caller leaves a message, the answering machine stores the
message as it would normally. If your machine hears a fax tone on the
line, it automatically starts to receive the fax.
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2
NOTES:
• When you have set your machine to Ans/Fax mode and your answering
machine is switched off or no answering machine is connected to the EXT
jack, your machine automatically goes into Fax mode after a predefined
number of rings.
• If your answering machine has a “user-selectable ring counter,” set it to
answer incoming calls within 1 ring.
• If you are in Tel mode, which is receiving faxes manually, when the
answering machine is connected to your machine, you must switch off the
answering machine, or the outgoing message from the answering machine
will interrupt your phone conversation.
Receiving Manually Using an Extension
Telephone
You can receive a fax from someone you are talking to on the extension
telephone without going to the fax machine.
When you receive a call on the extension phone and hear fax tones, press
the keys
9
on the extension telephone. The machine receives the
document.
Press the buttons slowly in sequence. If you still hear the fax tone from the
9
once again.
remote machine, try pressing
9
is the remote receive code preset at the factory. The first and the
last asterisks are fixed, but you can change the middle number to whatever
you choose. For details about changing the code, see page 1.20.
Receiving Faxes Using the DRPD Mode
“Distinctive Ring” is a telephone company service which enables a user to
use a single telephone line to answer several different telephone numbers.
The particular number someone uses to call you on is identified by different
ringing patterns, which consist of various combinations of long and short
ringing sounds. This feature is often used by answering services who
answer telephones for many different clients and need to know which
number someone is calling in on to properly answer the phone.
Using the Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection feature, your fax machine can
“learn” the ring pattern you designate to be answered by the FAX machine.
Unless you change it, this ringing pattern will continue to be recognized and
answered as a FAX call, and all other ringing patterns will be forwarded to
the extension telephone or answering machine plugged into the EXT. jack.
You can easily suspend or change Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection at any
time.
Before using the Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection option, Distinctive Ring
service must be installed on your telephone line by the telephone company.
To set up Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection, you will need another
telephone line at your location, or someone available to dial your FAX
number from outside.
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To set up the DRPD mode:
1
Press Menu until “Fax Setup” appears on the top line of the display.
The first available menu item, “Receive Mode,” displays on the bottom
line.
2
Press the scroll button (W or X) until you see “DRPD Mode” on the
bottom line and press Enter.
3
When “Set” displays on the bottom line, press Enter.
2
The LCD displays ‘[Waiting Ring].”
4
Call your fax number from another telephone. It is not necessary to
place the call from a fax machine.
5
When your machine begins to ring, do not answer the call. The
machine requires several rings to learn the pattern.
When the machine completes learning, the LCD displays “End DRPD
[Setup]”.
If the DRPD setup fails, “DRPD Ring Error” appears. Press Enter when
“DRPD Mode” displays and retry from Step 3.
6
To return to Standby Mode, press Stop/Clear.
When the DRPD feature is set up, the DRPD option is available in the
Receive Mode menu. To receive faxes in the DRPD mode, you need to set
the menu to DRPD.
NOTES:
• DRPD must be set up again if you re-assign your fax number, or connect the
machine to another telephone line.
• After DRPD has been set up, call your fax number again to verify that the
machine answers with a fax tone. Then have a call placed to a different
number assigned to that same line to be sure the call is forwarded to the
extension telephone or answering machine plugged into the EXT. jack.:
Receiving Faxes in the Memory
Your machine can receive faxes while you are making copies or printing a
received fax. If you receive a fax while you are copying, your machine
stores incoming faxes in the memory. Then, as soon as you finish copying,
the machine automatically prints the fax.
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2.9
Making a Copy
Loading Paper for Copying
The instructions for loading print materials into the paper tray are the same
whether you are faxing or copying. For further details, see page 1.9 for
loading in the paper tray.
For copying, you can also use the manual feeder to load special print
material, such as transparencies or labels, if they are Letter-, A4-, Legalsized. For further details about print materials you can use, see page A.5.
To load paper in the manual feeder:
1 Load a sheet of the print material with the print side face up and into
the center of the tray.
For transparencies, hold them by the edges and avoid touching the
print side. Oils from your finders can cause print quality problems.
2 Adjust the guide to the width of the print material.
NOTE: When printing on previously printed paper from the manual feeder, the
printed side should be facing down with an uncurled edge to the machine. If
you experience problems with paper feed, turn the paper around.
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3 Open the rear cover to use the rear output slot.
2
CAUTION:
• The fusing area inside the rear part of your machine becomes hot once the
machine is turned on. Be careful when you access this area.
4 After copying, close the rear cover.
Setting the Paper Type and Size for the Manual Feeder
After loading paper in the manual feeder, you need to set the correct paper
type and size using the control panel buttons.
To set the paper size for the manual feeder:
1 Press Menu.
The display shows “Paper Setting” on the top line and the first item,
“Paper Type,” on the bottom line.
2 Press Enter to access the menu item.
3 Use the scroll button (W or X) to find the paper type you are using and
press Enter to save it.
4 Press the X button to scroll to “Paper Size” and press Enter to access
the menu item.
NOTE: If you are using envelopes or card stocks, you don’t need to set the
paper size.
5 Use the scroll button (W or X) to display “Manual Feed” on the bottom
line. Press Enter to access the menu item.
6 Use the scroll button (W or X) to find the paper size you are using and
press Enter to save it.
7 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Making a Copy
1 Load the documents up to 20 pages face down into the ADF and
adjust the document guides to the document size.
See page 2.2 for further details about preparing a document and
loading it into the ADF.
2 Customize the copy settings including number of copies, copy size,
darkness and original type by using the control panel buttons. See the
following section. Sorts the copy job. For example, if you make 2
copies of 3 page documents, one complete 3 page document will print
followed by the second complete document. see page 2.14
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To clear the settings, use the Stop/Clear button.
3 Press Start Copy/Fax.
Setting Copy Options
The buttons on the control panel let you make all the basic copy options;
darkness, document type, copy size and number of copies. Set the following
options for the current copy job before pressing Start Copy/Fax to make
copies.
NOTE: If you press Stop/Clear while you set the copy options, all of the
options you have set for the current copy job will be canceled and return to
their default status. Or, they will automatically return to their default status
after the machine completes the copy.
Darkness
If you have an original document containing faint markings and dark
images, you can adjust the brightness to make a copy that is easier to read.
To adjust the contrast, press Darkness. Each time you press the button,
the LED labeled with the selected mode turns on.
You can choose from the following contrast modes:
• Light: works well with dark print.
• Normal: works well with standard typed or printed documents.
• Dark: works well with light print or faint pencil markings.
Original Type
The Original Type setting is used to improve the copy quality by selecting
the document for the current copy job.
To select the document type, press Original Type. Each time you press the
button, the LED labeled with the selected mode turns on.
You can choose from the following image modes:
• Text: Use for documents containing mostly text.
• Photo: Use when the originals are photographs.
NOTE: When you copy a document containing color on the background, such as
a newspaper or a catalog, you can get the background on your copy. If you
want to reduce the background, change the Darkness setting to Light and/or
the Original Type setting to Text.
Number of Copies
Using the No. of Copies button, you can select the number of copies from
1 to 99.
1 Press No. of Copies.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) until the number you want appears on
the display.
Pressing and holding the buttons allows you to quickly increase and
decreases in increments of 5.
You can enter the value using the number keypad.
3 Press Enter to save the selection.
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Reduced/Enlarged Copying
Using the Reduce/Enlarge button, you can reduce or enlarge the size of
a copied image from 50% to 150%.
To select from the predefined copy sizes:
1 Press Reduce/Enlarge.
The default setting appears on the bottom line of the display.
2 Use Reduce/Enlarge or the scroll button (W or X) to find the size
setting you want.
3 Press Enter to save the selection.
To fine-tune the size of copies:
1 Press Reduce/Enlarge.
2 Press Reduce/Enlarge or the scroll button (W or X) until
“Custom:50-150%” displays on the bottom line. Press Enter.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) until the copy size you want appears
on the display.
Pressing and holding the buttons allows you to quickly increase and
decreases in increments of 5.
You can enter the value using the number keypad.
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
NOTE: When you make a reduced copy, black lines may appear at the bottom
of your copy.
Changing the Default Settings
Copy options, including darkness, original type, copy size and number of
copies, can be set to the most frequently used modes. When you copy a
document, the default settings are used unless they are changed by using
the corresponding buttons on the control panel.
To create your own default settings:
1 Press Menu on the control panel until “Copy Setup” appears on the top
line of the display.
The first menu item, “Default-Change,” appears on the bottom line.
2 Press Enter to access the menu item. The first setup option,
“Darkness,” appears on the bottom line.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) to scroll through the setup options.
4 When the option you want to set appears, press Enter to access the
option.
5 Change the setting using the scroll button (W or X) or enter the value
using the number keypad.
6 Press Enter to save the selection.
7 Repeat steps 3 through 6, as needed.
8 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
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2
NOTE: While you set copy options, pressing Stop/Clear cancels the changed
settings and restores their default status.
Setting the Time Out Option
You can set the time the machine waits before it restores the default copy
settings, if you do not start copying after changing them on the control
panel.
1 Press Menu on the control panel until “Copy Setup” appears on the top
line of the display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “Timeout” on the bottom
line.
3 Press Enter to access the menu item.
4 Press the scroll button (W or X) until the status you want appears on
the display.
You can select from 15, 30, 60 and 180 (seconds). Selecting “Off”
means that the machine does not restore the default settings until you
press Start Copy/Fax to start copying, or Stop/Clear to cancel.
5 Press Enter to save the selection.
6 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Collation Copying
The Collation copying feature is available only when you load documents in
the ADF.
1 Press Menu on the control panel until “Copy Setup” appears on the top
line of the display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “Copy Collated” on the
bottom line.
3 Press Enter to access the menu item.
4 If you are making multiple copies and want to collate them, press the
scroll button (W or X) to set Collated Copy to “On” and press Enter.
1
2
1
3
2
1
3
S Collated Copy On
2
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3
3
S Collated Copy Off
5 Press Start Copy/Fax to begin copying.
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2
Automatic Dialing
One-touch Dialing
The 20 one-touch buttons on the control panel lets you store frequentlyused fax numbers and dial a number automatically with a touch of a button.
Storing a Number for One-touch Dialing
1 Press and hold one of the one-touch dial buttons for about 2 seconds.
The display asks you to enter the fax number. “T” signifies that you are
assigning a one-touch dial button.
If a number is already stored in the location you chose, the display
shows the number to allow you to change it. To start over with another
one-touch button, press Stop/Clear.
2 Enter the number you want to store using the number keypad and
press Enter.
To insert a pause between numbers, press Redial/Pause. A “-”
appears on the display.
If you make a mistake while entering a number, press the W button
and re-enter the correct number.
3 To assign a name to the number, enter the name you want. For details
about entering characters, see page 1.14.
If you do not want to assign a name, skip this step.
4 Press Enter when the name appears correctly or without entering a
name.
5 To store more numbers, press a one-touch button and repeat steps 2
through 4.
To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Sending a Fax using a One-touch Number
1 Load the document(s) face down into the ADF.
For details about loading a document, see page 2.2.
2 Adjust the document resolution to suit your fax needs. See page 2.3.
If you need to change the darkness, see page 1.20.
3 Press the one-touch button where you stored a number.
The document scans into the memory.
4 The machine dials the fax number stored in the one-touch dial location
and the document is sent when the remote fax machine answers.
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2
Speed Dialing
You can store up to 80 frequently dialed numbers in one or two-digit speed
dial locations (0-79).
Storing a Number for Speed Dialing
1 Press Phone Book on the control panel.
2 Press Phone Book or the scroll button (W or X) to display
“Store&Edit” on the bottom line of the display. Press Enter.
3 Press Enter when “Speed Dials” appears on the display.
The display prompts you to enter a location number, showing the first
available number.
4 Enter a one or two-digit speed dial number between 0 and 79, using
the number keypad or scroll button (W or X), and press Enter.
If a number is already stored in the location you chose, the display
shows the number to allow you to change it. To start over with another
speed-dial number, press Upper Level.
5 Enter the number you want to store using the number keypad and
press Enter.
To insert a pause between numbers, press Redial/Pause. A “-”
appears on the display.
6 To assign a name to the number, enter the name you want. For details
about entering characters, see page 1.14.
If you do not want to assign a name, skip this step.
7 Press Enter when the name appears correctly or without entering a
name.
8 To store more fax numbers, repeat steps 4 through 7.
To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Sending a Fax using a Speed Number
1 Feed the document(s) face up into the ADF.
For details about loading a document, see page 2.2.
2 Adjust the document resolution to suit your fax needs. See page 2.3.
If you need to change the darkness, see page 1.20.
3 Enter the speed dial number.
• For a one-digit speed dial number, press and hold the appropriate
digit button.
• For a two-digit speed dial number, press the first digit button and
hold the last digit button.
The corresponding entry’s name briefly displays.
4 The document scans into the memory.
The fax number stored in the speed dial location is automatically
dialed. The document is sent when the remote fax machine answers.
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Group Dialing
If you frequently send the same document to several destinations, you can
create a group of these destinations and set them under a one or two-digit
group dial location. This enables you to use a group dial number setting to
send the same document to all the destinations in the group.
Setting a Group Dial Number
2
1 Press Phone Book on the control panel.
2 Press Phone Book or the scroll button (W or X) to display
“Store&Edit” on the bottom line of the display. Press Enter.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “Group Dials” on the bottom
line and press Enter.
4 Press Enter when “New” displays on the bottom line.
The display prompts you to enter a location number, showing the first
available number.
5 Enter a group number between 0 and 79, using the number keypad or
scroll button (W or X), and press Enter.
6 Press a one-touch dial button, or enter a one or two-digit speed
number you want to include in the group and press Enter.
7 When the display confirms the number to be added to the number,
press Enter.
8 Repeat steps 6 and 7 to enter other one-touch or speed dial numbers
into the group.
9 Press Upper Level when you have entered all of the numbers. The
display prompts you to enter a group ID.
10 To assign a name to the group, enter the name.
OR
If you do not want to assign a name, skip this step.
11 Press Enter when the name appears correctly or without entering a
name.
12 If you want to assign another group, press Enter and repeat from step
5.
OR
To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
NOTE: You cannot include one group dial number in another group dial number.
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2.17
Editing Group Dial Numbers
You can delete a specific speed dial number from a selected group or add a
new number to the selected group.
1 Press Phone Book on the control panel.
2 Press Phone Book or the scroll button (W or X) to display
“Store&Edit” on the bottom line of the display. Press Enter.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “Group Dials” on the bottom
line and press Enter.
4 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “Edit” on the bottom line
and press Enter.
5 Enter the group number you want to edit and press Enter.
6 Press a one-touch dial button to enter a speed dial number you want
to add or delete.
7 When you enter the specific number in the group, the display shows
“Delete?.”
When you enter a new number, the display shows “Add?.”
8 Press Enter to add or delete the number.
9 Change the name, if necessary, and press Upper Level.
10 If you want to edit another group, press Enter and repeat from step 5.
OR
To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Sending a Fax Using Group Dialing
(Multi-address Transmission)
You can use group dialing for Broadcasting or Delayed transmissions.
Follow the procedure of the operation (Broadcasting transmission; see
page 3.2, Delayed transmission; see page 3.2). When you come to a step
in which the display asks you to enter the remote fax number:
• For a one-digit group number, press and hold the appropriate digit
button.
• For a two-digit group number, press the first digit button and hold the
last digit button.
You can use only one group number for one operation. Then continue the
procedure to complete the operation.
Your machine automatically scans the document loaded in the ADF and then
dials each of the numbers included in the group.
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Searching for a Number in the Memory
There are two ways to search for a number in the memory. You can either
scan from A to Z sequentially, or you can search using the first letter of the
name associated with the number.
Searching Sequentially through the Memory
1 Press Phone Book.
2
2 Press Enter when “Search&Dial” appears on the display.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) to scroll through the memory until the
name and number you want to dial display. You can search upwards or
downwards through the entire memory in alphabetical order, from A to
Z.
While searching through the machine’s memory, you can see that each
entry is preceded by one of three letters; “T” for one-touch dial, “S” for
speed dial or “G” for group dial number. These letters tell you how the
number is stored.
4 When the name and/or the number you want displays, press Start
Copy/Fax or Enter to dial.
Searching with a Particular First Letter
1 Press Phone Book.
2 Press Enter when “Search&Dial” appears on the display.
3 Press the button labeled with the letter you want to search for. A name
beginning with the letter displays.
For example, if you want to find the name “MOBILE,” press the 6
button, which is labeled with “MNO.”
4 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display the next name.
5 When the name and/or the number you want displays, press Start
Copy/Fax or Enter to dial.
Printing a Phonebook List
You can check your automatic dial setting by printing a Phonebook list.
1 Press Phone Book.
2 Press Phone Book or the scroll button (W or X) until “Print” appears
on the bottom line and press Enter.
A list showing your one-touch dial, speed dial and group dial entries
prints out.
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MEMO
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3
ADVANCED FAX FUNCTIONS
This chapter includes:
•
Sending Broadcasting Faxes
•
Sending a Delayed Fax
•
Sending a Priority Fax
•
Polling a Remote Machine
•
Adding Documents to a Scheduled Fax
•
Canceling a Scheduled Fax
Sending Broadcasting Faxes
Using the Broadcasting button on the control panel, you can use the
broadcasting fax feature, which allows you to send a document to multiple
locations. Documents are automatically stored in the memory and sent to
a remote station. After transmission, the documents are automatically
erased from the memory.
1 Load the document(s) face down into the ADF.
For details about loading a document, see page 2.2.
2 Adjust the document resolution to suit your fax needs. See page 2.3.
If you need to change the darkness, see page 1.20.
3 Press Broadcasting on the control panel.
4 Enter the number of the remote machine using the number keypad.
You can use one-touch keypad or speed dial or group dial numbers. For
details about storing a number, see page 2.15.
5 Press Enter to confirm the number. The display asks you to enter
another fax number to send the document.
NOTE: The “Another No.” prompt does not appear if you have added numbers
for another broadcasting or delayed fax job. You must wait until the job is
completed.
6 To enter more fax numbers, press 1 to select “Yes” and repeat steps 4
and 5. You can add up to 10 destinations.
Note that you cannot use group dial numbers for another fax number.
7 When you finish entering fax numbers, press 2 to select “No” at a
“Another No.” prompt.
The document is scanned into the memory before transmission. The
display shows the memory capacity and the number of pages being
stored in the memory.
The machine begins sending the document in order of the numbers
you entered.
Sending a Delayed Fax
You can set your machine to send a fax at a later time when you will not be
present.
1 Load the document(s) face down into the ADF.
For details about loading a document, see page 2.2.
2 Adjust the document resolution to suit your fax needs. See page 2.3.
If you need to change the darkness, see page 1.20.
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3 Press Menu until “Fax Feature” appears on the top line of the display.
The first available menu item, “DelayFax,” displays on the bottom line.
4 Press Enter.
5 Enter the number of the remote machine using the number keypad.
You can use one-touch keypad or speed dial or group dial numbers. For
details about storing a number, see page 2.15.
6 Press Enter to confirm the number on the display. The display asks
you to enter another fax number to send the document.
NOTE: The “Another No.” prompt does not appear if you have added numbers
for another broadcasting or delayed fax job. You must wait until the job is
completed.
7 To enter more fax numbers, press 1 to select “Yes” and repeat steps 4
and 5. You can add up to 10 destinations.
Note that you cannot use group dial numbers for another fax number.
8 When you finish entering fax numbers, press 2 to select “No” at a
“Another No.” prompt.
The display asks you to enter a name.
9 To assign a name to the transmission, enter the name. If not, skip this
step.
For details on how to enter the name using the number keypad, see
page 1.14.
10 Press Enter.
The display shows the current time and asks you to enter the starting
time when the fax is to be sent.
11 Enter the time using the number keypad.
To select “AM” or “PM” for 12-hour format, press the
or any number button.
or
button
If you set a time earlier than the current time, the document will be
sent at that time on the following day.
12 Press Enter when the start time displays correctly.
The document is scanned into the memory before transmission. The
display shows the memory capacity and the number of pages being
stored in the memory.
The machine returns to Standby mode. The display reminds you that
you are in Standby mode and that a delayed fax is set.
NOTE: If you want to cancel the delayed transmission, see “Canceling a
Scheduled Fax” on page 3.6.
ADVANCED FAX
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Sending a Priority Fax
Using the Priority Fax feature, a high priority document can be sent ahead
of reserved operations. The document is scanned into the memory and
transmitted when the current operation is finished. In addition, the priority
transmission interrupts a broadcast operation between stations (i.e., when
the transmission to station A ends, before transmission to station B begins)
or between redial attempts.
1 Load the document(s) face down into the ADF.
For details about loading a document, see page 2.2.
2 Adjust the document resolution to suit your fax needs. See page 2.3.
If you need to change the darkness, see page 1.20.
3 Press Menu until “Fax Feature” appears on the top line of the display.
4 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “Priority Fax” on the bottom
line and press Enter.
5 Enter the number of the remote machine using the number keypad.
To enter the number, you can use one-touch keypad or speed dial or
group dial numbers. For details, see page 2.15.
6 Press Enter to confirm the number. The display asks you to enter a
name.
7 To assign a name to the transmission, enter the name. If not, skip this
step.
For details on how to enter a name using the number keypad, see
page 1.14.
8 Press Enter.
The document is scanned into the memory before transmission. The
display shows the memory capacity and the number of pages being
stored in the memory.
The machine shows the number being dialed and begins sending the
document.
Polling a Remote Machine
Polling is used when one fax machine requests another to send a document.
This is useful when the person with the original document to be sent is not
in the office. The person who wants to receive the document calls the
machine holding it and requests that the document be sent. In other words,
it “polls” the machine holding the original document.
You can set the machine to automatically receive documents from the
unattended remote fax machine at any time. This feature permits
unattended polling in the evening hours when telephone rates are lower.
NOTE: The machine must be ready for polling.
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ADVANCED FAX
1 Press Menu until “Fax Feature” appears on the top line of the display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “Delay RX Poll” on the
bottom line and press Enter.
3 Enter the number of the remote machine to be polled using the
number keypad.
To enter the number, you can use a one-touch keypad or speed dial
number. For details, see page 2.15.
4 Press Enter to confirm the number on the display. The display asks
you to enter another fax number.
NOTE: The “Another No.” prompt does not appear if you have added numbers
for another broadcasting or delayed fax job. You must wait until the job is
completed.
5 To enter more fax numbers, press 1 to select “Yes” and repeat steps 4
and 5. You can add up to 10 destinations.
Note that you cannot use group dial numbers for another fax number.
6 When you finish entering fax numbers, press 2 to select “No” at a
“Another No.” prompt.
7 Enter the time using the number keypad.
To select “AM” or “PM” for 12-hour format, press the
or any number button.
or
button
If you set a time earlier than the current time, your machine will poll at
that time on the following day.
8 When the remote machine is secured with a 4-digit poll code, enter the
correct code and press Enter.
If not, press Enter to accept “0000” which represents no code, or
enter 0000.
9 Press Enter when the start time displays correctly.
At the specified time. the machine will dial the numbers and receive
documents from the remote machine in the order you entered.
ADVANCED FAX
3.5
3
Adding Documents to a Scheduled Fax
You can add documents to the delayed transmission previously reserved in
your machine’s memory.
1 Load the document(s) face down into the ADF.
For details about loading a document, see page 2.2.
2 Adjust the document resolution to suit your fax needs. See page 2.3.
If you need to change the darkness, see page 1.20.
3 Press Menu until “Fax Feature” appears on the top line of the display.
4 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “Add Page” on the bottom
line and press Enter. The display shows the last job reserved in the
memory.
5 Press the scroll button (W or X) until you see the fax job to which you
want to add documents and press Enter.
The machine automatically stores the documents in the memory, and
the display shows the memory capacity and the number of pages.
After storing, the machine displays the numbers of total pages and
added pages and then returns to Standby mode.
Canceling a Scheduled Fax
1 Press Menu until “Fax Feature” appears on the top line of the display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “Cancel Job” and press
Enter. The display shows the last job reserved in the memory.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) until you see the fax job you want to
cancel and press Enter.
4 When the display confirms your selection, press 1 to select “Yes.” The
selected job is canceled and the machine returns to Standby mode.
To cancel your selection, press 2 to select “No.”
3.6
ADVANCED FAX
4
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
This chapter includes:
•
Using Secure Receiving Mode
•
Printing Reports
•
Using Advanced Fax Settings
Using Secure Receiving Mode
You may need to prevent your received faxes from being accessed by
unauthorized people. You can turn on Secure Receiving mode to restrict
printing out all of the received faxes when the machine is unattended. In
Secure Receiving mode, all of the incoming faxes go into the memory. When
the mode turns off, any faxes stored are printed.
To turn Secure Receiving mode on:
1 Press Menu until “Advanced Fax” appears on the top line of the
display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) until “Secure Receive” appears on the
bottom line and press Enter.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “On” on the bottom line and
press Enter.
4 Enter a four-digit passcode you want to use and press Enter.
NOTE: You can activate Secure Receiving mode without setting a passcode, but
cannot protect your faxes.
5 Re-enter the passcode to confirm it and press Enter.
6 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
When a fax is received in Secure Receiving mode, your machine stores it
into the memory and displays “Secure Receive” to let you know that there
is a fax stored.
To print received documents:
1 Press Menu until “Advanced Fax” appears on the top line of the
display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) until “Secure Receive” appears on the
bottom line and press Enter.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “Print” on the bottom line
and press Enter.
4 Enter the four-digit passcode and press Enter.
The machine prints all of the faxes stored in the memory.
To turn Secure Receiving mode off:
1 Press Menu until “Advanced Fax” appears on the top line of the
display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) until “Secure Receive” appears on the
bottom line and press Enter.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “Off” on the bottom line and
press Enter.
4 Enter the four-digit passcode and press Enter.
The mode is deactivated and the machine prints all of the faxes stored
in the memory.
4.2
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
5 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Printing Reports
Your machine can print reports containing useful information. The following
reports are available:
Phonebook List
This list shows all of the numbers currently stored in the machine’s memory
as speed dial and group dial numbers.
You can print this Phonebook list using the Phone Book button; see
page 2.19.
Sent Fax Report
This report shows information of the faxes you recently sent.
Received Fax Report
This report shows information of the faxes you recently received.
System Data List
This list shows the status of the user-selectable options. You may print this
list to confirm your changes after changing any settings.
Scheduled Job Information
This list shows the document currently stored for Delayed faxes or Toll Save
faxes. The list shows the starting time and type of operation.
Message Confirmation
This report shows the fax number, the number of pages, the elapsed time
of the job, the communication mode, and the communication results.
You can set up your machine to automatically print the message
confirmation report after each fax job. See page 1.20.
Junk Fax Number List
This list shows up to 10 fax numbers specified as the junk fax numbers by
using the Junk Fax Setup menu; see page 4.5. When the Junk Fax Barrier
feature is turned on, incoming faxes from those numbers are blocked.
This feature recognize the last 6 digits of the fax number set as a remote
fax machine’s ID.
Multi-communication Report
This report is printed automatically after sending documents from more
than one location.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
4.3
4
Power Failure Report
This report is printed out automatically when power is restored after a
power failure, if there occurs any data loss due to the power failure.
NOTE: The lists you have set to print out automatically don’t print out when
there is no paper loaded or a paper jam has occurred.
Printing a Report
1 Press Menu until “Reports” appears on the top line of the display. The
first available menu item, “Phone Book” displays on the bottom line.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display the report or list you want
to print on the bottom line.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Phone Book: Phonebook list
Sent Report: Sent fax report
RCV Report: Received fax report
System Data: System data list
Scheduled Jobs: Scheduled job information
MSG Confirm: Message confirmation
Junk Fax List: Junk fax number list
3 Press Enter. The selected information prints out.
Using Advanced Fax Settings
Your machine has various user-selectable setting options for sending or
receiving faxes. These options are preset at the factory, but you may need
to change them. To find out how the options are currently set, print the
System Data list. For details about printing the list, page 4.3
Changing Setting Options
1 Press Menu until “Advanced Fax” appears on the top line of the
display. The first available menu item, “Send Forward,” displays on the
bottom line.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) until you see the desired menu item
on the bottom line and press Enter.
3 When the option you want appears on the display, choose a status by
pressing the scroll button (W or X) or enter a value using the number
keypad.
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
5 You can exit from Setup mode at any time by pressing Stop/Clear.
4.4
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Advanced Fax Setting Options
Option
Send Forward
Description
You can set the machine to always forward all of the outgoing
faxes to a specified destination, in addition to the fax numbers
you entered.
Select Off to turn this feature off.
Select On to turn this feature on. You can set the number of the
remote fax machine to which faxes are forwarded.
RCV Forward
You can set your machine to forward incoming faxes to another
fax number during a specified period of time. When a fax arrives
at your machine, it is stored in the memory. Then, the machine
dials the fax number that you have specified and sends the fax.
Select Off to turn this feature off.
Select On to turn this feature on. You can set the fax number to
which faxes are forwarded. Then, you can enter the starting time
and/or the ending time. The Print Local Copy option allows you
to set the machine to print the fax, if fax forwarding is completed
without any error.
Toll Save
You can set your machine to store your faxes into the memory
and send them at the specified toll-saving time. For details about
Toll Save mode, see page 1.18.
Select Off to turn this feature off.
Select On to turn this feature on. You can set the starting time
and/or the ending time for Toll Save mode.
Junk Fax Setup
Using the Junk Fax Barrier feature, the system will not accept
faxes sent from remote stations of which their numbers are
stored in the memory as junk fax numbers. This feature is useful
for blocking any unwanted faxes.
Select Off to turn the feature off. Anybody can send you a fax.
Select On to turn the feature on. You can set up to 10 fax
numbers as junk fax numbers using the Set option. This feature
recognize the last 6 digits of the fax number set as a remote fax
machine’s ID. After storing numbers, you do not receive any
faxes from the registered stations. To delete all the junk fax
numbers, use the All Delete option.
Secure Receive
You can keep your received faxes from being accessed by
unauthorized people.
For further details about setting this mode, see page 4.2.
Prefix Dial No.
You can set a prefix dial number of up to five digits. This number
dials before any automatic dial number is started. It is useful for
accessing the PABX exchange.
Stamp RCV Name
This option allows the machine to automatically print the page
number, and the date and time of the reception at the bottom of
each page of a received document.
Select Off to turn this feature off.
Select On to turn this feature on.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
4.5
4
Option
ECM Mode
(Error Correction Mode)
Description
Error Correction Mode helps with poor line quality and makes
sure any fax you send are sent smoothly to any other ECMequipped fax machine. If the line quality is poor, it takes more
time to send a fax when you are using the ECM.
Select Off to turn this feature off.
Select On to turn this feature on.
4.6
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
5
MAINTENANCE
This chapter provides information for maintaining your machine
and the toner cartridge.
This chapter includes:
•
Clearing the Memory
•
Adjusting Shading
•
Cleaning Your Machine
•
Maintaining the Toner Cartridge
•
Consumables and Replacement Parts
•
Replacing the ADF Rubber Pad
Clearing the Memory
You can selectively clear information stored in your machine’s memory.
1 Press Menu on the control panel until “Maintenance” appears on the
top line of the display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) until you see “Clear Memory” on the
bottom line and press Enter.
The first available menu item, “Clear All Mem.” displays on the bottom
line.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) until you see the item you want to
clear.
• Clear All Mem.: Clears all of the data stored in the memory and
resets all of your settings to the factory default.
• Paper Setting: Restores all of the Paper Setting options to the factory
default.
• Copy Setup: Restores all of the Copy Setup options to the factory
default.
• Fax Setup: Restores all of the Fax Setup options to the factory
default.
• Fax Feature: Cancels all of the scheduled fax jobs in the machine’s
memory.
• Advanced Fax: Restores all of the Advanced Fax setting options to
the factory default.
• Sound/Volume: Resets the sound and volume settings to the factory
default.
• Machine Setup: Resets all of the system settings, such as the
machine ID, date and time, display language and save modes, to the
factory default.
• Sent Report: Clears all of records of your faxes sent.
• RCV Report: Clears all of records of your faxes received.
• Phone Book: Clears the one-touch, speed and group dial numbers
stored in the memory.
4 Press Enter. The selected memory is cleared and the display asks you
to continue clearing the next item.
5 To clear another item, press Enter and repeat steps 3 and 4
OR
To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
5.2
MAINTENANCE
Adjusting Shading
When the scan unit becomes dirty, it can alter the shading value. If your
copy has black lines or is blurred, adjust the shading setting.
1 Load a sheet of white paper into the ADF.
2 Press Menu on the control panel until “Maintenance” appears on the
top line of the display.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) until “Adjust Shading” appears on the
bottom line and press Enter.
4 Press the scroll button (W or X) to select “On” and press Enter.
Your machine picks up the paper and adjusts the shading value.
Cleaning Your Machine
To maintain the print quality, follow the cleaning procedures below each
time the toner cartridge is replaced or if print quality problems occur.
NOTE: While cleaning the inside of the machine, be careful not to touch the
transfer roller, located underneath the toner cartridge. Oil from your fingers can
cause print quality problems.
CAUTIONS: Cleaning the cabinet of the machine with surfactants containing
large amounts of alcohol, solvent or other strong substances can discolor or
crack the cabinet.
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Cleaning the Outside
Clean the cabinet of the machine with a soft lint-free cloth. You can dampen
the cloth slightly with water, but be careful not to be let any water drip onto
the machine or inside of it.
Cleaning the Inside
During the printing process, paper, toner and dust particles can accumulate
inside the machine. This buildup can cause print quality problems, such as
toner specks or smearing. Cleaning the inside of the machine clears or
reduces these problems.
1 Turn the machine off and unplug the power cord. Wait for the machine
to cool down.
2 Open the front cover and pull the toner cartridge out, lightly pushing it
down.
MAINTENANCE
5.3
3 With a dry lint-free cloth, wipe away any dust and spilled toner from
the toner cartridge area and the toner cartridge cavity.
CAUTION: To prevent damage to the toner cartridge, do not expose it to light
for more than a few minute. Cover it with a piece of paper, if necessary. Do not
touch the black transfer roller inside the machine.
4 Reinsert the toner cartridge and close the cover.
5 Plug in the power cord and turn the machine on.
Cleaning the Scan Unit
Keeping the scan unit clean helps ensure the best possible copies. We
suggest that you clean the scan unit at the start of each day and during the
day, as needed.
1 Slightly dampen a soft lint-free cloth or paper towel with water.
2 Open the control panel by gripping its bottom and pulling it upward.
5.4
MAINTENANCE
3 Disassemble the white roller as follows:
The right end of the white roller has a plastic bushing that is snapped
shut with small tab on it. Pull the bushing slightly inward, then rotate
the bushing until it reach a slot (1). Then pull the roller upward (2).
4 Wipe the roller surface with a soft cloth dampened with water.
5 Carefully wipe the scanning glass with a soft dry cloth.
If the glass is very dirty, first wipe it with a slightly dampened cloth,
and then with a dry cloth. Be very careful not to scratch the glass
surface.
5
6 Replace the roller by inserting the left end first followed by the right
end, then rotating the bushing until it locks into place.
7 Reconnect the support and the control panel, then close the control
panel firmly until it clicks into place.
MAINTENANCE
5.5
Maintaining the Toner Cartridge
Toner Cartridge Storage
To get the most from the toner cartridge, keep the following guidelines in
mind:
• Do not remove the toner cartridge from its package until ready for use.
• Do not refill the toner cartridge. The machine warranty does not
cover damage caused by using a refilled cartridge.
• Store toner cartridges in the same environment as your machine.
• To prevent damage to the toner cartridge, do not expose it to light for
more than a few minute.
Saving Toner
To save toner, press the Toner Save button on the machine control panel;
see page 1.18. The button backlight turns on. Using this feature extends
the life of the toner cartridge and reduces your cost per page, but it also
reduces the print quality.
Expected Cartridge Life
The life of the toner cartridge depends on the amount of toner that print
jobs require. The actual number may be different depending on the print
density of the page you print. If you print a lot of graphics, you may need
to change the cartridge more often.
Redistributing Toner
When the toner cartridge is near the end of its life, white streaks or light
print occurs. The LCD displays the warning message, “Toner Low.” You can
temporarily reestablish the print quality by redistributing the remaining
toner in the cartridge.
1 Open the front cover.
2 Pull the toner cartridge out and gently roll the cartridge 5 or 6 times to
distribute the toner evenly inside the cartridge.
NOTE: If the toner gets on your clothing, wipe it off with a dry cloth and wash
clothing in cold water. Hot water sets the toner into fabric.
3 Reinstall the cartridge and close the front cover.
5.6
MAINTENANCE
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
When the toner eventually runs out, only blank pages print when a print job
is sent or when a fax is received. At this stage, the toner cartridge needs to
be replaced. The display on the control panel shows the warning message,
“Toner Empty” and the machine stops printing.
NOTE: You can set the machine to ignore the “Toner Empty” message and
continue printing. See page 5.8.
1 Open the front cover.
2 Lightly pushing the used cartridge down, pull it out.
3 Unpack the new toner cartridge and gently roll it horizontally four or
five times to distribute the toner evenly inside the cartridge.
Save the box and the cover for shipping.
4 Slide the new toner cartridge in until it locks into place.
5 Close the front cover.
Setting the Notify Toner Option
If you have set the Notify Toner menu option to “On”, your machine
automatically sends a fax to your service company or the dealer to notify
them that your machine requires a new toner cartridge when the toner
cartridge needs to be replaced. The fax number is preset by your dealer
when you bought your machine.
1 Press Menu on the control panel until “Maintenance” appears on the
top line of the display.
The first available menu item, “Clean Drum,” displays on the bottom
line.
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2 Press the scroll button (W or X) to display “Notify Toner ” on the
bottom line and press Enter.
3 Press the scroll button (W or X) to change the setting.
Select “On” to enable this feature. Selecting “Off” disables this feature.
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
Cleaning the Drum
If there are streaks or spots on your print, the OPC drum of the cartridge
may require cleaning.
1 Before setting the cleaning procedure, make sure that paper is loaded
in the machine.
2 Press Menu on the control panel until “Maintenance” appears on the
top line of the display.
The first available menu item, “Clean Drum,” displays on the bottom
line.
3 Press Enter.
MAINTENANCE
5.7
4 When the display asks you to confirm your selection, press Enter.
The machine prints a cleaning page. Toner particles on the drum
surface are affixed to the paper.
5 If the problem remains, repeat steps 1 through 4.
Ignoring the Toner Empty Message
When the toner cartridge is empty, the machine shows a “Toner Empty”
message and stops printing.
You can set the machine to ignore the message when it displays and to
continue printing the pages.
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the display.
2 Press the scroll button (W or X) until “Ignore Toner” appears on the
bottom line and press Enter.
3 Press the Scroll button (W or X) to select “On” or “Off.”
Select “On” to ignore the Toner Empty message.
Select “Off” to stop printing when the message appears. This is the
default setting.
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
Consumables and Replacement Parts
From time to time, you needs to replace the toner cartridge, roller, and
fuser unit to maintain top performance and to avoid print quality problems
and paper feed problems resulting from worn parts.
The following items should be replaced after you have printed a specified
number of pages:
Items
Yield (Average)
ADF rubber pad
Approx. 10,000 pages
ADF roller
Approx. 60,000 pages
Paper feeding roller
Approx. 60,000 pages
Transfer roller
Approx. 60,000 pages
Fuser unit
Approx. 60,000 pages
To purchase the consumables and replacement parts, contact your
Samsung dealer or the retailer where you bought your machine. We
strongly recommend that items be installed by a trained service
professional, except for the toner cartridge and the ADF rubber pad.
5.8
MAINTENANCE
Replacing the ADF Rubber Pad
You can purchase a ADF rubber assembly from a Samsung dealer or the
retailer where you bought your machine.
1 Open the control panel by gripping its bottom and pulling it upward.
2 Disconnect the support on the left side of the machine from the control
panel and lift the control panel up to the complete open position
3 Remove the control panel from the machine by disconnecting the
hinge on the right.
NOTE: Be careful no to disconnect the connector on the control panel from the
machine as it turns the LCD off.
4 Using a screw driver, press the slots on the ADF rubber plate to unlatch
the plate and the ADF rubber.
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5 Align the holes on the new ADF rubber and the plate and inset the tabs
on the plate into the slots on the machine. Press them until they are
latched.
6 Replace the control panel by connecting the hinge on the right first
then inserting the left arm while pushing the control panel to the right.
7 Reconnect the support and the control panel, then close the control
panel firmly until it clicks into place.
MAINTENANCE
5.9
MEMO
5.10
MAINTENANCE
6
TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter gives helpful information for what to do if you encounter
an error.
This chapter includes:
•
Clearing Document Jams
•
Clearing Paper Jams
•
Clearing LCD Error Messages
•
Solving Problems
Clearing Document Jams
When a document jams while it passes through the ADF (Automatic
Document Feeder), “Document Jam” appears on the display.
Input Misfeed
1 Remove the remaining documents from the ADF.
2 Pull the jammed document gently out of the ADF.
3 Load the documents back into the ADF.
NOTE: To prevent document jams, do not use thick, thin or mixed documents.
Exit Misfeed
1 Remove the remaining documents from the ADF.
2 Open the control panel by gripping its bottom and pulling it upward.
3 Pull the document gently out of the ADF.
4 Close the control panel. Then load the documents back into the ADF.
6.2
TROUBLESHOOTING
Clearing Paper Jams
When a paper jam occurs, “Paper Jam” appears on the display. Refer to the
table below to locate and clear the paper jam.
Message
Location of Jam
Go to
[Paper Jam 0]
Open/Close Door
In the paper tray.
page 6.3
[Paper Jam 1]
Open/Close Door
In the fuser area or around
the toner cartridge.
page 6.4
page 6.5
In the manual feeder
[Paper Jam 2]
Check Inside
In the paper exit area
page 6.3
To avoid tearing the paper, pull the jammed paper out gently and slowly.
Follow the steps on the next pages to clear the jam.
In the Paper Tray
1 Open and close the front cover. The jammed paper automatically exits
the machine.
If the paper does not exit, continue to step 2.
2 Pull the paper tray open.
3 Remove the jammed paper by gently pulling it straight out.
If there is any resistance and the paper does not move when you pull
or if you cannot see the paper in this area, skip to the fuser area
around the toner cartridge. See page 6.4.
4 Insert the paper tray into the machine until it snaps into place.
5 Open and close the front cover to resume printing.
In the Paper Exit Area
1 Open and close the front cover. The jammed paper automatically exits
the machine.
If the paper does not exit, continue to step 2.
TROUBLESHOOTING
6.3
6
2 Gently pull the paper out of the front output tray. Skip to step 6.
If there is any resistance and the paper does not move when you pull
or if you cannot see the paper in the front output tray, continue to step
3.
3 Open the rear cover.
4 Remove the jammed paper by gently pulling it straight out.
5 Close the rear cover.
6 Open and close the front cover to resume printing.
In the Fuser Area or Around the Toner Cartridge
NOTE: The fuser area is hot. Take care when removing paper from the machine.
1 Open the front cover and pull the toner cartridge out, lightly pushing it
down.
2 Remove the jammed paper by gently pulling it straight out.
3 Replace the toner cartridge and close the front cover. Printing
automatically resumes.
6.4
TROUBLESHOOTING
In the Manual Feeder
“
” appears on the display when you try to print using the
manual feeder and the machine does not detect paper, due to no paper or
improper paper loading.
The error message may also occur when the paper is not properly fed into
the machine through the manual feeder. In that case, pull the paper out of
the machine.
Tips for Avoiding Paper Jams
By selecting the correct paper types, most paper jams can be avoided.
When a paper jam occurs, follow the steps outlined in page 6.3.
• Follow the procedures on page 1.9 when you load paper. Ensure that the
adjustable guides are positioned correctly.
• Do not overload the paper tray. Ensure that the paper is below the paper
capacity mark on the inside wall of the paper tray.
• Do not remove the paper from the tray while your machine is printing.
• Flex, fan and straighten the paper before loading.
• Do not use creased, damp or highly curled paper.
• Do not mix paper types in the paper tray.
• Use only recommended print materials. See “Paper Specifications” on
page A.5.
• Ensure that the print side of print materials is facing down in the paper
tray and facing up in the manual feeder.
Clearing LCD Error Messages
Messages appears on the display to indicate the control panel to indicate
the machine’s status or errors. Refer to the following table to understand
the message’s meaning and correct the problem, if necessary. Messages
and their meanings are listed in alphabetical order.
Display
Cancel ?
1:Yes 2:No
Meaning
Your machine’s memory is full
during the machine stores the
document into the memory.
Suggested solutions
To cancel the fax job, press the 1
button to accept “Yes”
If you want to send the pages were
stored, press the 2 button to accept
“No.” You should send the remaining
pages later when the memory is
available.
TROUBLESHOOTING
6.5
6
Display
Meaning
Suggested solutions
[Comm. Error]
The machine has a
communication problem.
Ask the sender to try again.
CRU Fuse Error
The machine has a problem
with recognizing the new toner
cartridge.
Please contact a service
representative.
Document Jam
The loaded document has
jammed in the ADF (Automatic
Document Feeder).
Clear the document jam. See
page 6.2.
[Door Open]
The front or rear cover is not
securely latched.
Close the cover until it locks into place.
Group Not Available
You have tried to select a
group location number where
only a single location number
can be used, such as when
adding locations for a
broadcasting operation.
Just use a one-touch or speed dial
number or dial a number manually
using the number keypad.
[Incompatible]
The remote machine does not
have the requested feature,
such as a delayed
transmission.
It also occurs if the remote
machine does not have enough
memory space to complete the
operation you are attempting.
Reconfirm the remote machine’s
features.
[Jam 1] or
[No Cartridge]
The toner cartridge is not
installed.
Install the toner cartridge. See
page 1.8.
Line Busy
The remote person did not
answer or the line is already
engaged.
Try again after a few minutes.
[Line Error]
Your machine cannot connect
with the remote machine or
has lost contact because of a
problem with the phone line.
Try again. If the problem persists, wait
an hour or so for the line to clear and
try again.
Or, turn the ECM on. See page 4.6.
Load Document
You have attempted to set up a
copy or fax operation with no
document loaded.
Load a document and try again.
[Low Heat Error]
There is a problem in the fuser
unit.
Unplug the power cord and plug it back
in. If the problem persists, please
contact a service representative.
[LSU Error]
A problem has occurred in the
LSU (Laser Scanning Unit).
Unplug the power cord and plug it
back in. If the problem persists,
please call for service.
Memory Full
The memory is full.
Delete unnecessary documents,
retransmit after more memory
becomes available or split the
transmission into more than one
operation.
Open Heat Error
[Over Heat]
6.6
TROUBLESHOOTING
Display
Meaning
Suggested solutions
[No Answer]
The remote fax machine has
not answered after several
redial attempts.
Try again. Make sure that the remote
machine is operational.
NO. Not Assigned
The One-touch or speed dial
location you tried to use has
no number assigned to it.
Dial the number manually using the
number keypad or assign the number.
For storing a number, see page 2.15.
[No Paper]
Add Paper
The paper tray has run out of
paper.
Load paper in the paper tray. See
page 1.9.
Operation Not Assigned
You are doing in the Add/
Cancel operation, but there is
no jobs waiting.
Check the display to see if there is any
scheduled job. The display should
indicate them in Standby mode, for
example, Delay Fax.
[Paper Jam 0]
Open/Close Door
Paper has jammed in the
feeding area of the paper tray.
Clear the jam. See page 6.3.
[Paper Jam 1]
Open/Close Door
• Paper has jammed in the
paper exit area.
• A paper jam has occurred in
the manual feeder or the
machine detects non-feeding
from the manual feeder.
• Clear the jam. See page 6.4.
• Clear the jam. See page 6.5.
[Paper Jam 2]
Check Inside
Paper has jammed in the fuser
area.
Clear the jam. See page 6.3.
Power Failure
Power has turned off then on
and the machine’s memory
has not been saved.
You need to start again the job which
you were trying to do before the
power failure.
Retry Redial?
The machine is waiting for a
specified time interval to redial
a previously busy station.
You can press Enter to immediately
redial, or Stop/Clear to cancel the
redial operation.
[Stop Pressed]
The Stop/Clear button is
pressed during a copy or fax
operation.
Try again.
[Toner Empty]
The toner cartridge has run
out. The machine stops
printing.
Replace with a new toner cartridge.
See page 5.7.
The toner cartridge is almost
empty.
Take out the toner cartridge and
gently shake it. By doing this, you can
temporarily reestablish printing
operations.
[Toner Low]
TROUBLESHOOTING
6
6.7
Solving Problems
The following chart lists some conditions that may occur and the
recommended solutions. Follow the suggested solutions until the problem
is corrected. If the problem persists, please call for service.
Paper Feeding Problems
Condition
Suggested solutions
Paper is jammed during
printing.
Clear the paper jam. See page 6.3.
Paper sticks together.
Ensure that there is not too much paper in the paper tray. The
paper tray can hold up to 250 sheets of paper, depending on the
thickness of your paper.
Make sure that you are using the correct type of paper. See
“Paper Specifications” on page A.5.
Remove paper from the paper tray and flex or fan the paper.
Humid conditions may cause some paper to stick together.
Multiple sheets of paper
do not feed.
Different types of paper may be stacked in the paper tray. Load
the paper of only one type, size and weight.
If multiple sheets have caused a paper jam, clear the paper jam.
See page 6.3.
Paper does not feed into
the machine.
Remove any obstructions inside the machine.
Paper has not been loaded correctly. Remove paper from the tray
and reload it correctly.
There is too much paper in the paper tray. Remove excess paper
from the tray.
The paper is too thick. Use only paper that meets the
specifications required by the machine. See “Paper
Specifications” on page A.5.
The paper keeps jamming.
• There is too much paper in the paper tray. Remove excess paper
from the tray.
• An incorrect type of paper is being used. Use only paper that meets
the specifications required by the machine. See “Paper
Specifications” on page A.5. If you are printing on special
materials, use the manual feeder.
• There may be debris inside the machine. Open the front cover and
remove the debris.
Transparencies stick
together in the paper exit.
Use only the transparencies specifically designed for a laser
printer. Remove each transparency as it exits from the machine.
Envelopes skew or fail to
feed correctly.
Ensure that the paper guides are against both sides of the
envelopes.
6.8
TROUBLESHOOTING
Copying Problems
Condition
Suggested solutions
Copies are too light or too dark.
Use the Darkness button to darken or lighten the
background of the copies.
Smears, lines, marks or spots
appears on copies.
• If defects are on the original document, press the Darkness
button to lighten the background of your copies.
• If no defects are on the original document, clean the scan
unit. See page 5.4.
Copy image is skewed.
• Ensure that the original document is positioned correctly in
the ADF (Automatic Document Feeder).
• Check that the copy paper is loaded correctly.
Blank copies print out.
Ensure that the original document is face down in the ADF.
Image rubs off the copy easily.
• Replace the paper in the paper tray with paper from a new
package.
• In high humidity areas, do not leave paper in the machine for
the extended periods of time.
Frequent copy paper jams
occurs.
• Fan the stack of paper, then turn it over in the paper tray.
Replace the paper in the tray with a fresh supply. Check/
adjust the paper guides, if necessary.
• Ensure that the paper is the proper paper weight. 75g/m2
(20 lb) bond paper is recommended.
• Check for copy paper or pieces of copy paper remaining in
the machine after a paper jam has been cleared.
Fewer copies from the toner
cartridge than expected prints
out.
• Your original documents may contain pictures, solids or
heavy lines. For example, they may be forms, newsletters,
books or other documents that use more toner.
• The machine may be turned frequently on and off.
Faxing Problems
Condition
The machine is not working,
there is no display and the
buttons are not working.
Suggested solutions
6
• Unplug the power cord and plug it in again.
• Ensure that there is power to the electrical receptacle.
No dial tone sounds.
• Check that the phone line is connected properly.
• Check that the phone socket in the wall is working by plugging
in another phone.
The numbers stored in the
memory do not dial
correctly.
Make sure that the numbers are stored in the memory
correctly. Print a Phonebook list, referring to page 2.15.
The document does not feed
into the machine.
• Make sure that the document is not wrinkled and you are
putting it in correctly. Check that the document is the right size,
not too thick or thin.
• Make sure that the control panel is firmly closed.
TROUBLESHOOTING
6.9
Condition
Suggested solutions
Faxes are not received
automatically.
• Fax mode should be selected.
• Make sure that there is paper in the tray.
• Check to see if the display shows “Memory Full.”
The machine does not send.
• Make sure that the document is loaded in the ADF.
• “TX” should show up on the display.
• Check the other fax machine you are sending to, to see if it can
receive your fax.
The incoming fax has blank
spaces or is received with a
poor-quality.
•
•
•
•
Some of the words on a
incoming fax are stretched.
The fax machine sending you the fax had a temporary
document jam.
There are lines on the
documents you send.
Check your scan unit for marks and clean it. See page 5.4.
The machine dials a number,
but a connection with
another fax machine fails.
The other fax machine may be turned off, out of paper, or
cannot answer incoming calls. Speak with the other machine
operator and ask her/him to clear out the problem.
Documents are not stored in
the memory.
There may not be enough memory to store the document. If
the display shows a “Memory Full” message, delete any
documents you no longer need from the memory and then
restore the document.
Blank areas appear at the
bottom of each page or on
other pages, with a small
strip of text at the top.
You may have chosen the wrong paper settings in the user
option setting. See page 1.16.
6.10
TROUBLESHOOTING
The fax machine sending you the fax may be faulty.
A noisy phone line can cause line errors.
Check your machine by making a copy.
The toner cartridge may be empty. Replace the toner cartridge,
referring to page 5.7.
A
SPECIFICATIONS
This chapter includes:
•
General Specifications
•
Copier Specifications
•
Facsimile Specifications
•
Paper Specifications
General Specifications
Item
Description
Automatic document feeder
(ADF)
Up to 20 sheets (weight: 75 g/m2, 20 lb)
ADF Document size
Width: 142 to 216 mm (5.6 to 8.5 inches)
Length: 148 to 356 mm (5.8 to 14 inches)
Paper input capacity
250 sheets (weight: 75 g/m2, 20 lb)
Paper output capacity
Front output tray: 150 sheets (face down)
Rear output slot: 1 sheet (face up)
Consumables
1-piece toner cartridge system
Power requirements
100 ~ 127 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 4.0A
220 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 2.5A
Power consumption
Sleep mode: 10 W(100 ~ 127 VAC) / 12 W(220~240 VAC)
Standby mode: 85 W(100 ~ 127 VAC) / 95 W(220 ~ 240 VAC)
Average: 300 W
Noise Level*
Warm-up: 52 dB
Standby mode: 39 dB
Scanning: 52 dB
Printing: 52 dB
Warm-up Time
35 seconds
Operating conditions
Temperature: 50 oF to 89 oF (10 oC to 32 oC)
Humidity: 20 % to 80 % RH
LCD
16 characters x 2 lines
Toner cartridge life**
3,000 pages (for starter, 1,000 pages)
SET dimension (W x D x H)
363 x 398.5 x 308.3 mm (without the handset)
Weight
Net: 9.7 Kg (including consumables)
Gross: 11.7 Kg (including consumables, accessories and
package)
Package Weight
Paper: 2.7 Kg
Plastic: 0.7 Kg
*Sound Pressure Level, ISO 7779
**Declared yield value in accordance with ISO/IEC 19752
A.2
SPECIFICATIONS
Copier Specifications
Item
Description
Compatibility
TWAIN standard
Scan method
CIS, Mono
Scan resolution
200 X 200 dpi (Optical)
Scan length
Maximum: 15.7 inches (400 mm)
Scan width
Maximum: 8.5 inches (216 mm)
Effective: 8.2 inches (208 mm)
Mono bit depth
1 bit for Text mode
8 bit for Gray mode
Copy speed (SDMC)*
Up to 16 cpm in A4 (17 cpm in Letter)
Copy speed (MDSC)**
Up to 7 cpm in A4 (8 cpm in Letter)
Paper type
Paper tray: Plain paper (60 ~ 90 g/m2, 16 ~ 24 lb)
Manual feeder: Plain paper, Transparencies, Labels
Copy resolution
300 x 300 dpi
Zoom rate
50 ~ 150%
Multiple copies
99 pages
Halftone
256 levels
*Copy Speed is based on Single Document Multiple Copy
**Copy Speed is based on Multiple Document Single Copy
A
SPECIFICATIONS
A.3
Facsimile Specifications
Item
Description
Compatibility
ITU-T Group 3
Applicable line
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) or behind PABX
Data coding
MH/MR/MMR (ECM Mode)
Modem speed
33600/31200/28800/26400/24000/21600/19200/16800/
14400/12000/9600/7200/4800/2400 bps with fall back
Transmission speed
Approx. 3 seconds/page
* Transmission time applies to memory transmission of text
data with ECM compression using only ITU-T No.1 Chart.
Scan speed
Approx. 6 seconds/LTR (at standard fax resolution mode)
Paper size
Letter, A4, Legal, Executive, Folio , B5
Resolution
Standard: 203 x 98 dpi
Fine: 203 x 196 dpi
Super Fine: 203 x 392 dpi
Photo: 203 x 196 dpi
User Memory
2 MB
Halftone
256 levels
Auto dialer
One-touch dialing (up to 20 numbers)
Speed dialing (up to 80 numbers)
A.4
SPECIFICATIONS
Paper Specifications
Overview
Your machine accepts a variety of print materials, such as cut-sheet paper, including up to 100%
recycled fiber content paper, envelopes, labels, transparencies and custom-size paper. Properties,
such as weight, composition, grain and moisture content, are important factors affecting the
machine’s performance and the output quality. Paper that does not meet the guidelines outlined in
this user’s guide can cause the following problems:
• Poor print quality
• Increased paper jams
• Premature wear on the machine.
NOTES:
• Some paper may meet all of the guidelines in this guide and still not produce satisfactory results. This
may be the result of improper handling, unacceptable temperature and humidity levels, or other
variables over which Samsung has no control.
• Before purchasing large quantities of paper, insure the paper meets the requirements specified in this
user’s guide.
CAUTION: Using paper that does not meet these specifications may cause problems, requiring repairs.
These repairs are not covered by the Samsung warranty or service agreements.
Supported Sizes of Paper
Size (mm/in.)
Plain paper
Letter (215.9 x 279/8.5 x 11)
A4 (210 x 297/8.27 x 11.69)
Folio (215.9 x 330.2/8.5 x 13)
Legal (215.9 x 355.6/8.5 x 14)
Executive (184.2 x 266.7/7.25 x 10.5)
B5(182 x 257/7.2 x 10)
Weight
• 60 to 90 g/m2 bond (16
to 24 lb) for the paper
tray
• 60 to 163 g/m2 bond (16
to 43 lb) for the manual
feeder
Labels
Letter (215.9 x 279/8.5 x 11)
A4 (210 x 297/8.27 x 11.69)
120 to 150 g/m2
Transparencies
Letter (215.9 x 279/8.5 x 11)
A4 (210 x 297/8.27 x 11.69)
138 to 146 g/m2
Capacity*
• 250 sheets of 75 g/m2
bond (20 lb) paper for
the paper tray
• 1 sheet of paper for the
manual feeder
1 sheet of paper for the
manual feeder
* Capacity may vary depending on print materials’ weight and thickness, and environmental conditions.
NOTE: You may experience jams when using print materials with a length of less than 127 mm (5 in.). For
optimum performance, ensure that you are storing and handling the paper correctly. Please refer to
“Paper Storage Environment” on page A.7.
SPECIFICATIONS
A.5
A
Guidelines for Using Paper
For the best result, use conventional 75 g/m2 (20 lb) paper. Ensure that the paper is of good quality,
and free of cuts, nicks, tears, spots, loose particles, dust, wrinkles, voids, and curled or bent edges.
If you are unsure of what type of paper you are loading, such as bond or recycled paper, check the
label on the package.
The following problems may cause print quality deviations, jamming or even damage to the
machine:
Symptom
Problem with Paper
Solution
Poor print quality or toner
adhesion, problems with
feeding
Too moist, too rough, too
smooth or embossed; faulty
paper lot
Try another kind of paper,
between 100 ~ 400 Sheffied, 4
~ 5 % moisture content.
Dropout, jamming, curl
Stored improperly
Store paper flat in its moistureproof wrapping.
Increased gray background
shading/machine wear
Too heavy
Use lighter paper, use the rear
output slot.
Excessive curl problems
with feeding
Too moist, wrong grain
direction or short-grain
construction
Use the rear output slot.
Use long-grain paper.
Jamming, damage to
machine
Cutouts or perforations
Do not use paper with cutouts or
perforations.
Problems with feeding
Ragged edges
Use good quality paper.
NOTES:
• Do not use letterhead paper printed with low-temperature inks, such as those used in some types of
thermography.
• Do not use raised or embossed letterhead.
• The machine uses heat and pressure to fuse toner to the paper. Insure that any colored paper or
preprinted forms use inks that are compatible with this fusing temperature (200 °C or 392 °F for 0.1
second).
A.6
SPECIFICATIONS
Paper Specifications
Category
Specifications
Acid Content
5.5 pH or lower
Caliper
0.094 ~ 0.18 mm (3.0 ~ 7.0 mils)
Curl in Ream
Flat within 5 mm (0.02 in.)
Cut Edge Conditions
Cut with sharp blades with no visible fray.
Fusing Compatibility
Must not scorch, melt, offset or release hazardous
emissions when heated to 200 °C (392 °F) for 0.1
second.
Grain
Long Grain
Moisture Content
4 % ~ 6 % by weight
Smoothness
100 ~ 400 Sheffied
Paper Storage Environment
Paper storage environmental conditions directly affect the feed operation.
Ideally, the machine and paper storage environment should be at or near room temperature, and
not too dry or humid. Remember that paper is hygroscopic; it absorbs and loses moisture rapidly.
Heat works with humidity to damage paper. Heat causes the moisture in paper to evaporate, while
cold causes it to condense on the sheets. Heating systems and air conditioners remove most of the
humidity from a room. As paper is opened and used, it loses moisture, causing streaks and
smudging. Humid weather or water coolers can cause the humidity to increase in a room. As paper
is opened and used it absorbs any excess moisture, causing light print and dropouts. Also, as paper
loses and gains moisture it can become distorted. This can cause paper jams.
Care should be taken not to purchase more paper than can be used in a short time (about 3 months).
Paper stored for long periods may experience heat and moisture extremes, which can cause
damage. Planning is important to prevent damage to large supplies of paper.
Unopened paper in sealed reams can remain stable for several months before use. Opened packages
of paper have more potential for environment damage, especially if they are not wrapped with a
moisture-proof barrier.
The paper storage environment should be properly maintained to ensure optimum performance. The
required condition is 20 to 24 °C (68 to 75 °F), with a relative humidity of 45 % to 55 %. The
following guidelines should be considered when evaluating the paper’s storage environment:
• Paper should be stored at or near room temperature.
• The air should not be too dry or too humid.
• The best way to store an opened ream of paper is to rewrap it tightly in its moisture-proof
wrapping. If the machine environment is subject to extremes, unwrap only the amount of paper
to be used during the day’s operation to prevent unwanted moisture changes.
SPECIFICATIONS
A.7
A
A.8
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
A
E
adding documents 3.6
ADF (Automatic Document Feeder), load 2.2
automatic dialing
group 2.17
one-touch 2.15
speed 2.16
automatic redialing 2.5
error messages 6.5
extension phone, connect 1.11
B
G
broadcasting faxes 3.2
C
canceling
fax 2.4
scheduled faxes 3.6
characters, enter 1.14
cleaning
drum 5.7
inside 5.3
outside 5.3
scan unit 5.4
connection
AC power 1.12
telephone line cord 1.11
consumables 5.8
control panel 1.5
copy
default setting, change 2.13
image 2.12
number of pages 2.12
time out, set 2.14
D
date and time, set 1.15
delay receive polling 3.4
delayed fax 3.2
display language, change
control panel 1.13
document
loading 2.2
preparing 2.2
document jam, clear 6.2
drum, clean 5.7
F
fax system, set
advanced settings 4.4
basic settings 1.19
group dial
dialing 2.18
editing 2.18
setting 2.17
H
handset, attach 1.7
J
jam, clear
document 6.2
paper 6.3
M
machine ID, set 1.13
manual feeder, paper load 2.10
memory, clear 5.2
O
one-touch dial
dialing 2.15
storing 2.15
P
paper jam, clear 6.3
paper level indicator 2.6
paper size, set 1.16
paper tray, paper load 1.9
paper type, set 1.16
manual feeder 2.11
paper, load 1.9
polling 3.4
power save mode, use 1.19
print
Phonebook list 2.19
reports 4.3
priority fax 3.4
problem, solve
copying 6.9
error messages 6.5
faxing 6.9
paper feeding 6.8
R
rear output slot 2.11
receiving a fax
in Ans/Fax mode 2.7
in Fax mode 2.7
in Secure Receiving mode 4.2
in Tel mode 2.7
in the memory 2.9
redial, last number 3.2
reduced/enlarged
copy 2.13
reports, print 4.3
resolution, set 2.3
S
searching Phonebook 2.19
sending a fax
automatically 2.4
manually 2.4
shading, adjust 5.3
sounds, set 1.17
specifications
facsimile A.4
general A.2
paper A.5
scanner and copier A.3
speed dial
dialing 2.16
storing 2.16
T
tel line, connect 1.11
toll save mode, use 1.18
toner cartridge
install 1.8
life 5.6
redistribute 5.6
replace 5.7
toner save mode, use 1.18
V
volume, adjust
ringer 1.17
speaker 1.17
Rev. 1.00
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