Panasonic KXF1830E Owner's manual

Panasonic KXF1830E Owner's manual
Panasonic
Multi-Function
Plain Paper FAX
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Please read these Operating Instructions
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Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic Multi-Function Plain Paper Facsimile.
Welcome to the world of Panasonic facsimiles.
This Panasonic Multi-Function plain paper facsimile combines the telephone, telephone
answering system, copier, scanner, PC Fax and printer functions. Use of this product should
lead to a more efficient office or home. By using the many features of this product you can
maximise its effectiveness. т
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Date of purchase Serial No.
{found on the bottom of the unit)
Dealer's name and address
Dealer's telephone number
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Caution:
eo Note that the images of copied or received documents will remain on the used film. When disposing ofthe
used film, use discretion. ee eee me —— eee re
eo not rub or use an eraser on the printed side, as the print may smear.
Trademarks
IBM is a registered trademark of international Business Machines Corporation.
Microsoft” and Windows™ are registerea trademarks oi Microsoft Corporation in thé i
countries.
All other trademarks identified hereln are the property of their respective owners.
uniied States and/or other
Copyright:
This manual is copyrighted by Kyushu Matsushita Electric Co., Lid. (KME) and its licensee. Under the
copyright laws, this manual may not be reproduced In any form, in whole or part, without the prior written
consent of KME and its licensee. В o о. o -
© Kyushu Matsushita Electric Co, Ltd. 1997
IMPORTANT
Panasonic
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
PLEASE COMPLETE, THEN FAX THIS FORM TO 0541-583250
TO REGISTER FOR YOUR 12 MONTHS FREE ON-SITE SERVICE
Thank you for purchasing your Panasonic Multi-Function plain paper facsimile. By filling in
the section below, this will ensure the following:
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e We will send you a reply fax to confirm your registration and the correct operation of
your machine.
e If you have any problems. Please call us on 0541 580560.
Simply, follow these instructions:
1. Please fill in the section below in block capitals and in ink.
2. Fax this form to 0541 583250 and we will confirm receipt of your details by
fax. Please allow 14 working days for this. In addition, we will also send you
Information of our maintenance contracts and a “frequently asked questions”
helpsheet for your machine.
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS |
1. This Warranty is in addition to and does not in any way affect any statutory or other —
rights of consumer purchasers. This warranty relates only to product used within
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Telephone Network and should be used only for normal purposes and in accordance |
with standard operating instructions.
3. You should complete the registration form overleaf and fax send it to us within 7 days of :
purchase; failure to do so may result in delays in providing warranty service. :
4. This warranty covers breakdowns due to design or manufacturing faults; it does not :
apply to damage, however caused, wear and tear, neglect, incorrect adjustment or :
repair, or to any items of limited natural life. :
5. This warranty does not cover any optional accessories which may have been purchased
either at the same time as, or subsequent to, the main unit. Such accessories should be
returned to the point of purchase if found to be faulty. :
6. In the event of a failure, please take the following action: ;
a. Refer to the “Troubleshooting” section of your instruction manual in order tc identify
and possibly correct the problem; :
b. If the fault cannot be resolved and you require a trained engineer to call, please
contact the service centre on 0541 580560. | Y
Before you telephone have the following information ready: 3 |
® Your post code, telephone number, contact name, model no. and serial no. :
e A good description of the fault and any other relevant information, :
e State also if the repair is to be carried out under warranty or chargeable (out of
warranty).
A trained operator will discuss the nature of the perceived fault over the phone and if still
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7. Your sole and exclusive remedy under this guarantee against us is for repair, or at our
option the replacement, of the product or any defective part or parts. No other remedy,
including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damage or loss of whatsoever
nature shall be available to the purchaser.
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8. The warranty period applicable to this product shall be 12 months from the date of
purchase.
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Important safety instructions
When using this unit, basic safety precautions
should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock, or personal injury.
1. Read and understand all instructions,
2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on
this unit.
3. Unplug this unit from the mains outlets before
cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
4, Do not use this unit near water, for example:
near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, etc.
5. Place this unit securely on a stable surface.
Serious damage and/or injury may result if the
unit falls.
6. Do not cover slots and openings onthe unit.
They are provided for ventilation and
protection against overheating. Never place
the unit near radiators, or in a place where
proper ventilation is not providec.
7. Use only the power source marked on the unit.
If you are not sure of the type of power
supplied to your home, consult your dealer or
local power company.
8. This product is supplied with a moulded plug.
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moulded plug does not fit your socket contact
an electrician to replace your socket. Do not
modify the connection this may make the
product unsafe.
9. Do not place objects on the power cord. Install
the unit where no one can step or trip on the
cord. .
10. Do not overload mains outlets and extension
cords. This can result in the risk of fire or
electric shock.
11. Never push any objects through slots in this
unit. This may result in the risk of fire or
electric shock. Never spill any liquid on the
unit.
12. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
disassemble this product, but take it fo a
qualified engineer when maintenance or repair
work is required. Opening or removing covers
may expose you to dangerous voltages or
other risks. Incorrect re-assembly could cause
an electric shock when the unit is
subsequently used,
13. Unplug this unit from the mains outlet and
refer servicing to qualified service persannel
when the following conditions occur:
A. When the power supply cord or Plug is
damaged or frayed.
if liquid has been spilled into the unit.
. If the unit has been exposed to rain or
water.
. If the unit does not work normaily by —
following the operating instructions. Adjust
only controls covered by the operating
instructions. Improper adjustment may
require extensive work by a qualified
technician.
E. If the unit has been dropped or physically
damaged.
Е. HI the unit exhibits a distinct change in
performance.
14. During thunderstorms, avoid using telephones
except cordless types. There may be a remote
_ risk of an electric shock from lightning.
15. Do not use this unit to report a gas leak, when
in the vicinity of the leak.
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION:
1. Never install telephone wiring during a lightning
storm.
2. Never install telephone jacks in wet locations
unless the jack is specifically designed for wet
locations.
3. Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or
terminals unless the telephone line has been
disconnected at the network interface.
4. Use caution when installing or modifying
telephone lines.
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WARNING:
To prevent the risk of fire or electrical shock, do
not expose this product to rain or any type of
moisture.
OTHER INFORMATION
eKeep the unit away from electrical noise-
generating devices, such as fluorescent lamps
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temperature and vibration.
¢ The unit should not be exposed to direct sunlight.
e Do not place heavy objects on top of this unit.
e Do not touch the plug with wet hands.
Table of Contents
Before you start
elnciuded accessories ...... eee e aaa 8
= sAccessory order information .........204842410 0e eue se ee aa Le 30 0010006 B
Quick Start eOverview ........_eeerrxoeíresererercorereccarecarecaneerecar reee 9
Installation
sinstalling the diverter . .. .. i TA. 10
sinstalling the paper ....... i ii i rn 10
eConnecting the telephone line and the power outiet .................. 12
elocation of controls ......1 010224000044 414101 a 0 aa aa 4 La ea ee ee ena 13
eHelp function ........—e-...ee..renevesvrorara rare a ee a ae 1 0 50006 14
Initial preparation
eSettingthedateandtime . .. ..... citi iri ee 15
eS etiNg YoUr [0g0 «iii iii iii tiie rita eso TA 16
e Setting your facsimile telephone number ................... ooo. 17
Basic operations
eMaking voice calls .........._—e._—....ereeeadacerarortererrrer resaca 18
e Answering voice calls «LL... i seas 19
eMaking a copy ...—.ooxerrrnonsvedererirorerereorerrereraresvoeono 20
eTransmitting documents ........._ererercerorereerererarecotodeae.. 22
e Receiving documents (receive mode, etc.) ........... oii 24
e Operating the answering device ,...........e__rree.. eee 28
Special receiving modes
FAX mode (receiving fax documents only) ......... cilia, 32
TEL/FAX mode {automatic voice and fax recognition} .................... 33
Automatic dialling
Storing telephone numbers for automatic dialling ........................ 36
Making voice calls using automatic dialling ............... ci aii, 37
Transmitting documents using automatic dialling ................. oi 37
Electronic telephone directory (selecting a station name in the directory) .... 38
Teiephone
Voice contact (talking to the caller during or
after fax reception or transmission) ................ o.oo о PET 39
TONE; RECALL and HEDIADPAUSE buttons .........._e.eeeesrscararo. 40
Special sending features
Polling (retrieving fax documents) ................ coc. E anecacimeramen. 41
Delayed transmission (sending a fax at a later time) ............._——e«.ee.. 42
Transmitting documents from memory .......—e...erervevecrvara ette iee— 43
Transmitting documents to multistations .......—...——e—eeererreererenvren 44
Reserving transmission during fax reception ........... nee 46
Printing a cover page ..... rcceerrerererecvari e ececcere ce anecAT AD 46
Special recelving features
Remote fax recelving (using an extension telephone to receive a fax message)... 47
Junk mail prohibitor {preventing the reception of unwanted fax documents) .. 48
Answering device
Recording your own greeting messages .......0000800000 000 a ua 0 ae 5000000 49
Transferring Incoming call messages ...... RE 51
Operating the answering device from a remote telephone ................ 53
Enhanced copy features
Making an extension COPY .........rrr--—reeerererereraearor ió errermec, 58
Making a reduction copy ........e...-ee—eerereracre reconoce arar ena 59
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Summary of user programmable feaïures.......202515 000000 a cam au 55 van = 60
Setting the ANS/FAX mode ring count ...........…...00000000 000000 ea 000 Ol.
Setting the FAX mode ring count 2.201010 008000 ea sa aa ee aan ne ca née. 62
Setting the TEL/FAX mode ring count ..... PAPAS nm... o - 62
Setting the silent fax recognition ring count . neniaican inicia. ..—. 63 Ue
Changing the caller's recording time ..........._..—..em.w=.w— we +4 -—...—:.-03— Ш
Changing the logo print position Sn ББ.’
Sending documents overseas ” ......e.-...... Менкен косо... nera DA. ];
Film/Paper save reception ......2224202004 0500000100 n eus au = e... OB.
Receiving oversized documents ...e_—..—o—rec<esxrcmaresecmederarermemma - 56 Ш’
Changing the display contrast ......eo_e.-exmoresesreacmoczamorarnce si. 07 ME
Setting the message alert ......... cc iii 57 Em
Setting the recording time alert . ......... iii ree B8
Setting the memory reception alert ........._._—e_er—emesc0omeco onerosa ——: 88
Setting the recall mode -.....e...c_eerarnenoxmeecmanon minera ia: $.
Setting the friendly reception ......... cc. iim iii icici nana: 70
Setting the fax voice guidance .........e_e.—_———r—essrverrcrvore ==... FQ
Changing the recording time for the ANS/FAX greeting message ........ 71 =
Setting the TCM monitor ...... casa arcs caen an menace nca A1 FT
Signaling your pager that you have recelved a fax document ........ a 72 ==
Setting the film detection. .........ce.e.—.—.—.esemeaororeamacr inn ana. 78 =
Resetting the advanced features ....—.——.—eeeerenccocóremorrnerovneaas: TA ==
ECM communication ........Ñ._eececerscoeseairanroreóuarmae o. cado Fg =
Printing reports and lists... coi iii irre a Ed О
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Preparation............._.erererarrorrenecdnreenoeenibrcer ei В ===
Connecting to a computer ...............e=eesencecace sone seer Br
Installing the Multi-Function Centre software ...................—.... ... 8. ==.
Included applications ...., enana ea enereca rre AD ES
Printing/faxing from a Windows application pe --. 80 ==
Receiving faxes on your PC... cians a...a000 a eva an. 2.:B4 =
Faxing a document on the facsimile unit eek LK Anm 87 =—
Making an Address BOOK | er mea 88 =
Scanning and saving documents ........._eee_.—e_—.—enerececee. aaa: BO nr
Receiving faxes directly to your fax machine .........eee__..——2eewrnanoooro .90 . =—
‘Getting help for further information. ............. cc oh. enara camas: Q1 < ЕО,
Troubleshooting
Error messages on the display ........eeee.eesnueroramoeraneamacoraranea 93 =
Before requesting help .........—.—eac—.....e—enacactresmecoa nana 0 <-.-8 =
If a power failure occurs... ........ee.enccerrenmiaoa oem nanmacCoz a BL E
Error codes on your PC when using Multi-Function Centre software ........ 98 =-—
Clearing a recording paper jam .......eeeexreereome. cere aaa nes 100 —
Clearing a document jam ..........e_.ers=resxencomareonva ere e. 102 =
Adjusting the feeder pressure .........._.eem=ecrerooraaa 102 az
Routine care ===
Checking the remaining film Lo... tiie ieee ieee even 103 EE
Replacing the film or film cartridge ..............—.—.eeeeancroceremva—— 103 EE
Cleaning the inside of the unit ............. ——eeoecarrazsooam-momarera «.. 1056 ===
Important information .........—e=c.crerzananmesrarorerereirama 106 |
Fitting a plug to the mains 188A - + + ++ eee ani Lea anna nan 108 =
CONDITIONS OF GUARANTEE .......eenee-eerannaroncaconereveareie 109 =
Specifications ................__.esesrereoresa ear 110 E
One-touch dialling list... 222001000008 a ne aa ca nee u as au eme n ae ca nue à 111 ===
Speed dialling list —................... ee 113 =.
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Before you start
Before you start
Included accessories
Mains lead ...... 1 pc. | Telephone line Handset.......... 1 pc. | Handsetcord .... 1 pc.
cora .. 1pc”
PQJA10013Z PFIXEQ405Z POUAZ 12M
Diverter .......... 1pc. rim caririage .... 1 pc. | ranasonic Muili-F uncon
(with starter film) Centre Software
(Floppy disks).... 3 pcs.
KX-FA135X
; —The film cartridge is
PFUS10742 ‘ PFYEF1010AL | pre-installed. PFZXF1830E
eif any items are missing or damaged, contact your supplier.
eSave the original carton and packing materials for future shipping and transporting of the unit
eFor further accessory orders, please contact your local Panasonic Authorised Dealer.
To use this unit with your PC
A RS232C cable (DB9 Female/DB25 Male) is required to connect to a personal computer.
Please purchase a cable less than 3 m long at any computer suppiy store.
Accessory order information
The film supplied with this unit is only 20 meters (65) long. We recommend buying the replacement film
[100 m (328')] for stock.
Model No. Descriptlon Specifications Comment
KX-FA135X Film cartridge 1 cartridge and 1 film The film has been already
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{216 mm x 100 m (67 x 326) rot! | installed in the cartridge.
NY 2 fiims Film only. Use with your
¡RXFAIS6X | Replacement film | 1216 mmx 100 m (8%" x 328") rolts] | original cartridge.
Note:
The flim is not reusable. Do not rewind and use the film again.
Paper tray
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Front cover open
lever
Recording paper exit
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(Used to connect to your PC with a
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Paper stacker see page 78.)
Microphone
Also used to record greeting messages.)
Diverter
Document exit
(Used to talk the other party when using the speakerphone.
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Installation
installation
installing the diverter —
Insert the diverter into the slots on the main unit until it
clicks into place.
Installing the paper
Diverter
The recording paper size that can be loaded is A4. The paper tray can hold up to 150 sheets o! 75 gm?
(20 Ib.) paper. Use 60 to 90 g/m? (16 to 24 Ib.) paper.
1 Open the paper tray.
2 Insert the two fins on the paper tray into the slots
on the back of the unit.
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2 Pull the recording paper set lever forward.
Recording paper
FTE et lever
Fan the stack of paper to avoid a paper jam and
insert the paper into the paper tray.
eThe height of the stack of the paper should not
exceed the upper limit on the paper tray, or it
may cause a paper jam. Ee
e The paper should not be over the tab. Eu
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5 Move the recording paper set lever back.
Pull out the paper stacker completely from the
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Note:
e Do not use different types or thicknesses cof paper in the paper tray at the same time. This may cause a
paper jam.
e Avoid extremely smooth or shiny paper that is highly textured, Also avoid paper that is coated, damaged or
wrinkled or paper with a cotton and/or fiber content that is over 20%.
e Avoid used paper for double-sided printing.
eDo not use paper printed from this unit for double-sided printing with other copiers or printers, or a paper jam
may occur.
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displayed.
Display: CHECK LEVER |
Remove the paper from the paper tray.
. Add more paper to the removed paper.
Fan the entire stack of paper and insert it into the
paper tray.
Move the recording paper set lever back.
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Connecting the telephone line and the power
outlet
Power socket.
Dialling mode switch: DIALING
Set to TONE. MODE
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To Household Mains Mains lead
Supply (220-240 V, 50 Hz) + \
То В.Т. socket «= x
Note:
Telephone line cord
Handset cord
eWhen you operate this product, the power outlet shouid be near the product and easily accessible.
elf the following message is displayed when the unit is plugged in, the recording paper set lever is released.
Display: CHECK LEVER
Move the lever back (see step 5 on page 11).
*eWhen a mains power failure takes place, you are only able to use the unit as a standard telephone.
e Telephone line connection and handset connection are at TNV (Telecommunication Network Voltage).
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Location of controls
Control panel
Dial keypad
Used to listen to new recorded messages {p. 28, 30).
Used to print a quick reference
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Also used as character and command keys (p. 16, 36, 37). —
Used to erase recorded messages (p. 29, 50). | checks the amount of
| | remaining film (p. 103).
(see "HELP function on mener page). Used to select a resolution (p. 20).
Used to initiate/exit programming. ;
Poo Display Used for multistation
Used for speed dialling (p. 37, 38). : panel transmission (p. 44, 45).
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Changes from pulse to tone during dialling (p. 40).
Redials the [ast number dialled.
| Also inserts a pause during dialling (p. 40).
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Hecall button (p. 40)
| Used to stop an operation
or programming.
Used for voice muting (p. 18).
Used for the speakerphone operation (p. 18).
Used to initiate fax transmission/reception and copying.
Also used to store a parameter during programming.
Used to select a
lower station
{p. 36, 37).
Used to turn on/off the auto
receive mode (p. 24, 26).
Adjusts ringer/speaker volumes.
Also used as a cursor key or a
selection key (p. 15, 18, 19).
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Location of controls (cont.)
Answering control buttons
Used to select a greeting message (p. 49, 50).
РЕ Used to record a
: greeting message (p. 49).
Used for slow
playback (p. 30).
Used to check greeting
messages (p. 50).
Used for quick playback
(p. 30).
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Used to repeat recorded messages (p. 30).
Used to skip a recorded message (p. 30).
Used to play back all messages (p. 28, 30).
Used to record a memo message (p. 31).
Also used to record a telephone conversation (p. 31).
For assistance, press HELP |. The unit will print a quick
reference sheet.
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Initial preparation
Before using your unit, program the correct date and time, your logo and your facsimile telephone
number.
This information will be printed on the top of each page transmitted from your unit.
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Fax Correspondence
Setting the date and time ——————— —--—
1 Press . MENU |.
2 Press 4, then ío_ (1. | ;
SET DATE & TIME | DEE
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4 Enter the correct day using 2 digits, then press O cs
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5 Enter the correct month using 2 digits. then | VOLUME )
press START/COPY/SET. ‘START/COPY/SET :
| YEAR 9 8 |
b Enter the jasi Z digits of the year, then press
ISTART/COPY/SET |.
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| TIME 22: CORAM |
7 Enter the correct hour and minute by selecting
each 2 digits.
Press [X; to select AM or РМ.
Example: To set 3:00PM
Press [9] 3] 00], then press (3
until PM is dispiayed.
sif you make a mistake, press : 4»;
(VOLUME) to move the cursor to the
incorrect number, then make corrections. Note:
8 Press START/COPY/SET . will only accept 12 hour clock entries.
Press MENU . eThe accuracy of the clock willbe
approximately +60 seconds a month,
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eDo not enter 24 hour clock time as this unit
elf you press : STOP: while programming, the
display will return to the previous one.
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—amy The logo can be a company, division or personal name in an abbreviated form.
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Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
Press [#), then [0] {2].
| YOUR LOGO |
Press ISTART/COPY/SET .
| LOGO= |
Enter your logo Up to 30 characters using the
dial keypad and one-touch memory keys.
For example, when entering “Bill” as your logo:
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2.
Press [2] twice. [ Loco=B8 ]
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Press (4; six times.
| LOGO=Bi |
. Press [5] six times.
| LOGO=Bi1 |
. Press (>) (VOLUME) to move the cursor
and press {5; six times.
| LOGO=Bill |
Note:
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5 Press START/COPY/SET .
6 Press ' MENU.
To correct a mistake while
programming
Use «J» (VOLUME )) to move the cursor to the
incorrect character, then make the correction.
or
Press i STOP | to delete the character to the left of
the cursor.
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One-touch
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Character table
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Characters
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INSERT key (Used to insert one
character or one space.)
SECRET key (Used for automatic
dialling on page 36.)
SPACE key (Used to replace one
character with a space.)
One-touch memory keys ЕО
DELETE key (Used to delete one
| character.)
¡ HYPHEN key (Used to insert a
hyphen.)
« key (Used to move the cursor to
the left) |
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Setting your facsimile telephone number
1
2
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Press : MENU).
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
Press (+, then [0] [3].
| YOUR TEL NO. |
Press (START/COPY/SET .
[ ro. - |
Enter your facsimile telephone number up to
20 digits.
eThe (+: button inserts a space and the [3] button
а “+”, - — - -
eTo cotrect a mistake: _
Use >; (VOLUME) to move the cursor to
the incorrect character, then make the correction,
or
Press ¡STOP to delete the character to the left of
the cursor.
Press (START/COPY/SET |,
| = =
Press [MENU ;.
Note:
*We recommend you to write down your facsimile
telephone number on the telephone number card
{white label) of the handset cradle.
--— Dial keypad
|
STOP. | (<i>
(VOLUME)
START/COPY/SET)
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Basic operations
Making voice calls
1 Press (DIGITAL SP-PHONE : or lift the handset.
Dial the telephone number.
»|f you misdial, press (DIGITAL SP-PHONE: ог
hang up and diai again.
microphone or handset.
When finished, press (DIGITAL SP-PHONE or
3 When the other party answers, speak into the
4 hang up the handset.
Dial keypad
Handset
Microphone
Voice muting
Using this feature, the other party cannot hear you
but you can hear them.
1. Press [MUTE] during a telephone conversation.
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Display: | <MUTE>
2. To resume the conversation, press (MUTE |,
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Speaker volume
Press VOLUME. ( +;
speakerphone.
e3 levels (high to low) are available.
¡A 3 while using the
Hints for speakerphone operation:
else the speakerphone in a quiet room.
elf you have difficulty hearing the other party,
adjust the volume using (VOLUME
elf you and the other party speak at the same
time, parts of your conversation will be cut off.
e To switch to the handset, lift the handset. To
switch back to the speakerphone, press
(DIGITAL SP-PHONE .
Answering voice calls
1 When the unit rings, press (DIGITAL SP-PHONE,
or lift the handset.
Handset
2 When finished, press DIGITAL SP-PHONE | or
hang up the handset.
: VOLUME
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Ringer volume
4
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. Press (VOLUME ([Y (a ) while the unit is idle.
e4 levels (high/middle/low/off) are available.
To turn the ringer off:
1. Press (VOLUME: (_¥ } repeatedly.
e The following messages wilt be shown
alternately:
Display: ; RINGER OFF= OX? |
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| YES: DRESS SET ) |
2. Press (START/COPY/SET
While the ringer volume 15 set to off:
The display will show the following message and the
unit will not ring when receiving a call: _
When receiving a call, the unit will not ring, but will
show the following message:
RINGER OFF |
| INCOMING CALL |
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Basic operations
Making a copy
Any transmittable document can be copied.
Insert the documents (up to 15 sheets) FACE
DOWN until a beep tone Is heard.
Adjust the document guides to the width of the
document.
Press [RESOLUTION ; repeatediy to the desired
setting, if needed (see below).
Press 'START/COPY/SET ..
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e The unit will start printing.
Note:
olf a resolution is not set, FINE resolution will
automatically be selected. —_
e You can make or receive a voice call while making a
copy.
Document
feeder tray
Document guides FACE DOWN
To stop copying
Press {STOP
Selecting the resolution
You can select the desired resolution by pressing
i RESOLUTION ;.
— STANDARD | For printed or
typewritten originals
i with normal-sized
| characters.
FINE | For originals with
small printing.
+
SUPER FINE . For originals with
y | minute printing.
|
| | HALF TONE For originals
containing
photographs,
shaded drawings,
etc.
Note:
e Using the fine, super fine or haif tone setting will
increase the transmission time.
e if the resolution setting is changed during
feeding, it will be effective from the next sheet.
e The super fine resolution only works with other
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То feed 16 or more sheets
at a time
insert the first 15 sheets of the document. Add the
extra sheets (up to 15) before the last sheet is fad
into the unit.
Documents the unit can feed
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Minimum size Maximum size Effective scanning area Document weight s
Е _ CE - ; | Single sheet: >.
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rem Paper width
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Note: о
sRemove clips, staples or other similar fastening objects. o
eCheck that ink, paste or correction fluid has dried. o
eDo not send the following types of documents: (Use copies for fax transmission.) >
—Chemically treated paper, such as carbon or carbonless duplicating paper о
—Electrostatically charged paper _ i =
— Heavily curled, creased or torn paper осо
— Paper with a coated surface 7
F LA PLAIN
—Paper with a faint image
— Paper with printing on the opposite side that can be seen through the front (e.g.
newspaper)
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Basic operations
Transmitting documents
Open the document feeder tray.
insert the documents FACE DOWN (up to
15 sheets) until a beep tone 15 heard.
Adjust the document guides to the width of the
document.
Press | RESOLUTION : repeatediy to the desired
setting, if needed (see page 20).
Press DIGITAL SP-PHONE- or iift the handset.
Dial the telephone number.
e[f you misdial, hang up and dial again.
When a fax tone is heard, press
¡START/COPY/SET ..
Hang up the handset if using it.
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Note:
elf the other party answers your call, ask them to start
receiving a fax, then press your (START/COPY/SET |.
To stop transmission
Press [STOP].
eTo eject the document, press STOP; again.
Dociment
feeder tray Document guides
Dial keypad
Fax voice guidance about
transmission
After transmission, one of the following messages
will tell you the result.
— Transmission is complete.
— Transmission has failed.
— Transmission has been interrupted.
You can set this feature to OFF and the guidance =
will not be heard. Or you can set this feature to
ERROR and the guidance will prompt you only
when fax transmission fails (see page 70).
- _- ———— ——] —————[——] —“—
Need help? —Follow the voice guide
1
Press MENU, until the following is displayed.
Display: | XXT VOICE GUIDE |
Press | HELP.
Voice guide:
— To transmit, insert the document face
down until vou hear the heen
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Insert the documents FACE DOWN until a beep
tone is heard.
Voice guide:
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Press the speaker phone button, then dial
the phone number. When the fax tone is
heard, press the start button,
Press (DIGITAL SP-PHONE .
Dial the telephone number.
When a fax tone Is heard, press
(START/COPY/SET ..
Voice guide:
| Start transmission. |
Note:
e You can lift the handset instead of pressing
¿DIGITAL SP-PHONE) in step 4.
Dial keypad
FACE DOWN
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Fax voice guidance volume
Press VOLUME) (7) a)) while listening to the
voice guidance.
eg levels (high to off) are available.
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Basic operations
Receiving documents (receive mode, etc.)
Setting the receive mode
The unit has two receive modes:
The AUTO RECEIVE mode allows your unit to receive all calls automatically without your assistance.
Use this mode when you wish to use the unit solely as a facsimile machine or when you are going out.
The MANUAL RECEIVE mode lets you answer calls by lifting the handset. Use this mode when you are in
and wish to answer voice and fax calis.
These modes can be selected by pressing the ‘AUTO RECEIVE) button.
AUTO RECEIVE and MANUAL RECEIVE have two different receive settings.
"MANUAL RECEIVE MODE
FAXMSG.SYS. @ 7
(FA,
AUTO RECEIVE cD
The FAX/MSG.SYS. TEL mode
indicator is off. (pre-selected)
Allows you to answer ail calls manuaily.
When the unit rings, you must answer all calls by picking
up the handset.
eWhen a fax call is received, you can start fax reception
by pressing | START/COPY/SET.
For further details, see page 25.
e You can change to the ANS/FAX mode from a remote
location. Call your unit from a touch tone telephone
and wait for 20 rings. The answering system will
temporañiy answer ine line. Then enter (he remote
operation 1D (page 54) during the gresting message.
The unit will switch to the ANS/FAX mode.
TEL/FAX
mode
Automatic volce and fax recognition
When a fax call is detected, the unit will automatically
answer the line and start reception.
When a voice call is detected, the unit wili start to ring.
You can lift the handset to answer the call.
For further information about this mode, see pages
33 through 35. To change ihe number of rings before a
call is answered, see page 62 "Setting the TEL/FAX
mode ring count”.
[AUTO RECEIVE MODE
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В mode
The FAX/MSG.SYS. (pre-selected)
indicator is on.
Records volce messages and/or recelves fax
documents.
When a voice call is detected, the telephone answering
machine will record the voice message.
When a fax call is detected, the facsimile unit will receive
fax documents (see pages 26 and 27). To change the
number of rings before a call is answered, see page 61.
FAX mode
Recelves fax documents only.
The unit will answer all cails automatically and activate
the fax function (see page 32). To change the number of
rings before a call is answered, see page 62 “Setting the
FAX mode ring count”.
Note:
e Regardless of the mode you select, you can always place calls and send faxes.
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= When the unit rings, press ¡DIGITAL SP-PHONE, =
1 or lift the handset to answer the call ше
2 When: Ш’
— document reception is required, —
—a slow beep is heard, or ——
—no sound is heard,
press : START/COPY/SET .
3 Hang up the handset, if using it.
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temporarily activate the fax function to receive o
documents. ®
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Friendly reception
When you answer the call and hear a slow beep,
the unit will automatically start fax reception even if
vou do not press START/COPY/SET).
olf this feature is not required, set to OFF (see
page 70). a
When friendly reception is activated, one of the
following messages will be heard.
— Please hang up the handset for reception.”
—Start reception.
elf the voice guidance feature is set to OFF, these
messages will not be heard (see page 70). -
Fax voice guidance about
reception
After reception, one of the following messages will
tell you the result.
— BPevmarntinn lo льет нь Пе Не
FIA LIA BT i Fira,
—Reception has failed.
—Reception has been interrupted.
e YOU can set this feature to OFF. Or you can set
this feature to ERROR and the guidance will
prompt you only when fax reception fails (see
page 70).
oWhen the unit receives fax documents
automatically, the voice guidance will not be
played.
Memory reception
When a printing problem is detected, the unit will
temporarily store the received document into
memory. a
While documents are in memory, the unit will:
— display an error message and the following
message alternately:
Display: | FAX IN MEMORY
—alert you with a slow beep (Receive alert)
Fa at
e Follow the instructions on pages 93 and 94 to
clear the problem and print the stored document.
e For memory capacity, see page 110.
To stop reception
Press ¡STOP .
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Receiving documents (receive mode, etc.) (cont.) ===
Receiving fax documents and/or ‘recording incoming voice
messages automaticaily (ANS/FAX mode)
When you turn on the AUTO RECEIVE mode (pre-selected setting is ANS/FAX), the unit will work as a
facsimile machine and/or answering device.
If a fax call is detected, the unit will automatically switch to receive faxes.
If a voice call is detected, the answering system will begin recording, then the caller can leave a voice
message.
eYou can use a pre-recorded greeting message (see the next page) or record your own greeting message
(see page 49).
Setup or voice message and document reception
The total recording time (including the greeting messages) is about 18 minutes. If messages are recorded in a
noisy environment, the recording time may be shortened up to 11 minutes.
To record incoming voice messages and receive fax documents, follow the steps below:
1 Make sure that the AUTO RECEIVE mode is set to
ANS/FAX (see page 32). . |
2 To turn on the AUTO RECEIVE mode, press
AUTO RECEIVE) until the FAX/MSG.SYS.
indicator light goes on.
e The display shows the following message:
Display: | ANS/FAX MODE |
The remaining time for recording incoming
messages will be displayed,
Example: | TIME LEFT=10m135 |
The FAX/MSG.SYS. indicator is on.
Note:
oe Each incoming message recording time can be set to either “LONG” (2 minutes 30 seconds) or “SHORT”
(1 minute). To change the setting, see page 63.
e When the remaining time is low, erase unnecessary messages from memory (see pages 29 and 56).
e Whila an incoming call ie haina recordac! voi: can monitor it throuah the snealar this feature ie nat
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required, set the ICM monitor feature to OFF (see page 71).
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Pre-recorded greeting messages
The unit has pre-recorded greeting messages. According to the situation, one of the following messages will lH
be played to the caller. “He
Ш
№ When you do not record your own greeting message {page 49), the following message will be BY;
played. =
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: Hello! We are unable lo answer right now. E
— To send a fax, please start transmission.
- To leave a voice message, please speak after the beep.
; Thank you.
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E When the unit detects a problem, one of the following pre-recorded greeting messages will be Co
played. =
Hello! We are unable to answer right now. 2
To send a fax, please start transmission, D
MESSAGE FULL To leave a voice message, please try again later. - o
Thank you. =
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[ Hello! We are unable to answer right now. ©
: To send a fax, please try again later.
FAX MEMORY FULL To leave a voice message, please speak after the beep.
Thank you.
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MESSAGE FULL Hello! We are unable to answer right now. :
and | Please try again later. :
FAX MEMORY FULL | | Thank you. i
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Note:
elf you erase your own greeting messages, the pre-recorded greeting messages will play automatically,
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Basic operations
Operating the answering device —p —
Listening to recorded messages
When the unit receives voice messages; ~~~ vv 7 IU 5 Se
—the NEW MESSAGES indicator will flash, a о o | В ‘
—the cali counter will show the total number of recorded messages, and
—a slow beep will sound if message alert (page 67) is set to ON.
E To listen to new messages
Press [NEW MESSAGES).
Station
E To listen to all messages CALLS key panel
Open the station key panel, then press _ (call counter) !
(ALL MESSAGES).
Note:
e During playback, the display shows the recorded order
of the messages.
e Adjust the speaker volume using [ VOLUME).
e The number of calls in the call counter will not reset
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until you erase your message.
NEW MESSAGES
indicator
Voice time/day stamp:
During playback, a synthesized voice will
announce the time and day when each message
was recorded.
Erasing recorded messages
Erase unnecessary messages. to prevent memory from becoming full.
Ш To erase specific messages
Press ERASE while listening to the message you
want to erase.
#3 beeps will sound and the following message is
displayed.
Display: | STOP=CANCEL
F al bn E ны
To slop erasing, press (STOP; during 3 beeps.
E To erase all messages
1. Press {ERASE after listening to all of the
messages.
| YES: PRESS SET |
*To stop erasing, press (STOP).
2. Press {START/COPY/SET..
| ERASING |
| ERASE COMPLETED |
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Basic operations
Operating the answering device (cont) ===
Functions during playback
E To repeat a message
Press | REPEAT ; while listening to the message you
want to repeat.
eif you press | REPEAT within 5 seconds of the
beginning of the message, the previous message
will be played,
eTo play back a specific message, press | REPEAT |
repeatedly until you hear the message you want to
repeat.
eVhen you want to repeat the new messages, press
(NEW MESSAGES first, open the station key
panel and press REPEAT |.
Station
key panel
E To skip a message
Press [SKIP ; to play the next message.
eWhen you want to skip the new messages, press
NEW MESSAGES first, open the station key
panel and press SKIP |.
{QUICK
HM To change the playback speed
Press (QUICK : to play messages at one and a half
times the original speed.
Press [SLOW | to play messages at a half the
original speed.
To return to the original speed:
Press [QUICK ; or {SLOW ; again during quick or
slow playback.
E To stop playback
> PP a Y
Fress | 2 1 |
eTo resume the new recorded messages, press SS o Ви Во
[NEW MESSAGES; within 1 minute after pressing
(STOP.
eTo résumé all of the recorded messages, press
(ALL MESSAGES).
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Recording a memo message Es
E
To leave a private message for someone, you can record a voice memo. This memo can be played back later, Ш
either directly aor remotely. a.
Ш’
1 Open the station key panel. —
Station [
key panel
? Press {MEMO/2WAY REC].
e Á long beep will sound.
Y Speak clearly into the microphone
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4 When finished. press STOP. =
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Recording a telephone conversation
1 During the telephone conversation, open the
station key panel.
Station
key panel
— x
2 Press MEMO/2WAY REC).
|
|
Misnlav'
splay.
_ JL 1-1 Az) ss | _
ФА Беер sounds every 15 seconds to notify the
caller that the conversation is being recorded.
3 To stop recording, press STOP. or hang up.
Setting the answering device
volume
Press (VOLUME ((Y / 2) while listening to the
recorded messages.
e3 levels (high to off) are available.
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Special receiving modes
FAX mode
(receiving fax documents only)
When you turn on the AUTO RECEIVE mode set to FAX, the unit works as a dedicated facsimile machine.
The unit will automatically answer all calls and generate fax tones to the caliers.
Changing the AUTO RECEIVE mode setting
Change the AUTO RECEIVE setting from the ANS/FAX mode to the FAX mode.
1 Press (MENU |. TT ВЕ a
Dial keypad MENU)
ae Moss ao
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP
2 Press [#), then [0] [£). | SOM
| AUTO RECEIVE | OO m = Jf
3 Press [START/COPY/SET |. | doo == =
| MODE=ANS/FAX[Y Al =— a — | E
4 Press (Y] or [x i to select FAX. нано | == | o 2.)
| MODE=FAX [YA ]
eTo return to the ANS/FAX mode, select ANS/FAX. 'START/COPY/SET'
H Press (START/COPY/SET ..
6 Press {MENU |. -
Setting the FAX mode
Press [AUTO RECEIVE; until the FAXMSG.SYS. —
indicator light goes on.
eThe display shows the following message:
Display: | FAX MODE |
u
The FAXMSG.SYS. indicator is on.
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(automatic voice and fax recognition)
Use this mode when you wish to receive volce calls with rings, but do not want to hear the unit ring when
faxes are received.
When a call is received, the unit will work as follows:
A call is received. |
Y
¡ The unit will automatically answer the line without ringing.
| (At this point, a telephone fee will be charged to the caller.)
eif a TEL/FAX greeting message is recorded (see page 49), it will be played to the caller. Nu
if extension telephones are connected, only they will ring before the call is answered. x
The unit will now distinguish between a voice and fax call by detecting the calling tone.
1
Fax call | Joe can
| The unit will receive a document. | The unit will start to ring. * |
= = eVhile ringing, the unit will emit a i
Silent ring fax recognition system different ring-back-tone to the calling }
party. |
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Y
Answer the call using the speakerphone
or the handset.
e|f you do not answer the call by a
preset number of rings, the facsimile
unit will switch to the fax.
2
| prime
*x Regarding the ringing pattern of extension telephones and the facsimile unit, see “Helpful hints
when using the TEL/FAX mode” on the next page.
Note:
eSome fax messages that are transmitted manually may not send a calling tone. These calls must be received
manually.
|
|
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TEL/FAX mode (cont.)
Helpful hints when using the TEL/FAX mode
EH an extension telephone is connected, the facsimile unit and the extension telephone will ring as
The unit will automatically
activate the fax function to
receive documents.
follows.
The extension TT o
telephone will ring ~~~ The facsimile unit will nng up to
twice. 3 times.
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| TEL/FAX ring count | | Silent fax recognition ring count |
If a fax calling tone {slow beep) is
detected, the unit will automatically
activate the fax function to receive _
documents without ringing.
Note:
e You can change the number of rings for the TEL/FAX ring count and silent fax recognition ring count (ses
pages AD and 83).
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Setting the TEL/FAX mode
Change the MANUAL RECEIVE setting from the TEL mode to TEL/FAX mode.
4
Press MENU.
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
Press [4], then [0] [8].
Dial keypad
| MANUAL RECEIVE
Press : START/COPY/SET !.
| MODE=TEL
[YA]
Press | Y jor | +: to select TEL/FAX.
| MODE=TEL/FAX { V À !
2
3
4
e To return to the TEL mode, select TEL.
Press ' START/COPY/SET |.
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Press : MENU |.
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Using the TEL/FAX mode
1
с) Го
Record the TEL/FAX mode greeting message (see
page 49).
® The TEL/FAX mode greeting message will be
played to the caller when the unit automatically
answers an incoming call.
Set the MANUAL RECEIVE mode to TEL/FAX
(see page 34).
Mala cure that H
BW INGA A LI ILA lB
tumed off.
e[f the FAX/MSG.SYS. indicator light is on, press
(AUTO RECEIVE] to turn off the AUTO
RECEIVE mode.
e The display shows the following message:
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Al ETA DESEE mana
ENANA LIVE uu
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Display: | TEL /FAX MODE
FAXMSG 575 3 (ED |
“The FAX/MSG.SYS. indicator is off.
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Automatic dialling
Storing telephone numbers for automatic dialling =
The unit's memory allows you to use both one-touch dialling and speed dialling for rapid access to your most
frar antl diallad mimhare
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One-touch dialling: 18 stations (Each of the 9 direct station keys is divided Into an upper station and a lower
station).
#The one-touch memory 1 key can be used as one-touch memory 1 (DIAL MODE) or as
a (BROAD CAST key (PROG. MODE). Both functions cannot be used at the same
time.
Speed dialling: 100 additional dialling stations. These stations are assigned to 2-digit numbers (00-99).
Press | MENU | until the following message Is
NH displayed.
Display: | STORE TEL NO. |
One-touch dialling:
2a 9
For upper stations (1-9)
Press one of the one-touch memory keys.
eif you select one-touch memory 1, seiect
“DIAL MODE” by pressing { ¥ |, then press
[START/COPY/SET to go to the next
prompt.
For lower stations (10-18)
Press LOWER ; then press one of the
one-touch memory keys.
2h Speed dialling:
Press Hi, then press the desired 2-digit
number (00-99).
3 Enter the telephone number up to 30 digits in
length.
eTo enter a hyphen in a telephone number,
press (HYPHEN | {one-touch memory 8).
4 Press START/COPY/SET..
| NAME= |
h Enter the station name, up to 10 characters, by
following the instructions on page 16.
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A Press {START/COPY/SET ..
WF 970 program otner stations, repea
(or 25) to 6.
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7 Press (STOP |.
One-touch
memories (DELETE;
Speed dial i
stations MENU
со
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HYPHEN
Helpful hint:
® To confirm stored telephone numbers and
station names, print a telephone number list
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To keep the telephone number
confidential
Press [SECRET | {one-touch memory 3) after
entering the telephone number.
eThe telephone number will not appear on the
display or the telephone number fist.
e | SECRET : is not counted as a digit.
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To erase a stored number and
station name
Press | STOP] in step 3 to erase the telephone
number. Press | DELETE ; (one-touch memory 7)
repeatedly in step 5 until alt of the characters are
erased.
Then press (START/COPY/SET..
Making voice calls using automatic dialling
1 Press DIGITAL SP-PHONE) or lift the handset.
23 Using one-touch dialling:
For upper stations (1-9)
Press the desired one-touch memory key.
For lower stations (10-18)
Press LOWER), then press the desired one-
touch memory key.
2b Using speed dialling:
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е55 | DIACO IT URY |, then press
desired 2-digit number (00— 99).
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Transmitting documents using automatic
diaiiing
1 Insert the documents FACE DOWN.
29 Using one-touch dialling:
For upper stations (1-9)
Press the desired one-touch memory key.
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Press [LOWER J, then press the desired one-
touch memory key.
2h Using speed dialling:
Press (DIRECTORY), then press [#] and the
desired 2-digit number (00-99).
Fax auto redial
; Tf there is no answer or the line is busy, the unit will
: automatically redial the number up to 3 times.
This feature is available for;
—receive polling (p. 41)
—delayed transmission (p. 42)
During auto redial, the display shows:
Display: ’ WAITING REDIAL
To cancel redialling, press STOP
Speed dial
stations
Speed dial
stations
DIRECTORY,
в = ps —
FACE DOWN
¡DIRECTORY |
One-ta Tals
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memories
One-touch
memories
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Electronic telephone directory
(selecting a station name in the directory)
The station names stored in memory are automaticaiiy registered into the electronic telepnone directory in
alphabetical order. You can make a fax or voice call by selecting the desired station name on the display.
If you wish to send a fax, insert the documents into the document tray first.
1 Press DIRECTORY:
Display: | SELECT INDEX |
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initial of the desired station name (see the index
table below).
Го
FACE DOWN
Example: To search a name starting with “N”:
Press ‘6° until the first station name
starting with "N” is displayed. Press [ Y)
until the desired name is displayed.
OR
Press {| or { a | repeatedly until the desired
name is displayed.
3 Press ISTART/COPY/SET ..
e The unit will start diailing.
elf a document is fed into the unit, the unit will start
transmission.
key index key index
GO | (7) | Р, ©, А, 5,7
(2) | A, B,C,2 T, U, V, 8
(3) | D.E,F,3 (8) | W, Xx, Y, 2, 9
(4) | 6,H,1,4 Со) | о
(5) | JK LS (44) | Other symbols
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Telephone
Voice contact
(talking to the caller during or after fax reception or
transmission)
You can have a conversation with the same_call after the fax message is completed. This will save the extra
expense and {ime of making another call.
This feature works only when the other party’s unit is equipped with a voice contact feature.
Initiating voice contact
1 Press (DIGITAL SP-PHONE | while transmitting or
receiving documents.
Display: | VOICE STANDBY | =
e Your unit will call the other party with a distinctive Эа
ring. FACE DOWN ==
2 When the other party answers, your unit will emit a o
distinctive ring. =
Press (DIGITAL SP-PHONE : or lift the handset to
start talking.
ef you initiate voice contact during transmission,
you can talk after all of the documents have been
transmitted.
elf you initiate voice contact during reception, you
can talk after the current page of the document is
received.
Receiving a request for voice contact
If the other party initiates voice contact, your unit will emit a distinctive ring after transmission or reception is
completed.
When the distinctive ring is heard, press (DIGITAL _SP-PHONE or lift the handset, then start talking.
Note:
elf you do not answer within 10 seconds of the distinctive ring;
—if in the ANS/FAX mode, your unit will play back a greeting message and record an incoming voice
TAC SAO
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—if in the TEL/FAX, FAX or TEL mode, the line will be disconnected.
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TONE, RECALL and REDIAL/PAUSE buttons =——
Temporary tone dialling
If your line has rotary service, pressing the TONE (>)
button allows you ta change the dialling mode
temporarily into tone. Then you can dial the numbers or
codes needed to operate the answering system or to
use electronic banking services and other special
services.
When you hang up. the dialling mode returns to pulse
automatically.
RECA!N Бол
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(To use the recall feature)
RECALL is used to access special telephone services Note:
{optional} such as call waiting. Contact your telephone” ~~ TONE, RECALL and PAUSE can be stored —
company business office for details. into a telephone number for automatic
dialling.
Example: British Telecom call waiting
1. Ensure that you have set the RECALL MODE to” | 4. To keep the present call and return to the
the T_BR (Time Break Recaii). See page 69. first сай:
2. When the call waiting tone is heard during a Press (RECALL), then dial [2].
conversation, press [RECALL :. To hang up the first call:
3. When dial tone is heard, dial [2]. Press (RECALL, then dial [go].
The first call is put on hold and you can have a To hang up the present call and return to the
conversation with the second party. first call:
Press (RECALL, then dial [1].
If your unit is connected to a PBX, pressing (RECALL | allows you to access some features of your host PBX
such as transferring an extension cali.
Redialling the last number dialled
If the REDIAL/PAUSE button is pressed immediately after a dial tone Is obtained, the last number dialled will’
be redialled.
1. Lift the handset or press (DIGITAL SP-PHONE |.
2. Press (REDIAL/PAUSE).
eif the line is busy when using the DIGITAL SP-PHONE button, the unit will automatically redial the
number up to 3 times. Ce Ce
PAUSE button (For PBX users)
If your unit is connected to a PBX, you need to dial an access number (usually 9) to get an outside line. in this
case, inserting a pause between the access number and the telephone number is necessary especially when
redialiing or storing the number into memory. Pressing : REDIAL/PAUSE, creates a dialling delay in the
dialling sequence.
Example-1: When your unit is connected Example-2: If transmission errors occur when making an
to a host exchange, insert a overseas transmission, add two pauses at the
pause to get an outside line. end of the telephone number.
Fe Telephone International | |Country! {Telephone x USE
9 PAUSE number access code [7] code | number 9 nine |
Line access code
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Special sending features
Polling
(retrieving fax documents)
The polling feature allows you to receive a document from another compatible machine where you pay for the
call. This saves the sending party the cali charges.
Receive polling
To place a call and recover a document from another machine follow the steps below. Make sure that no
documents have been fed into your unit and that the other party's machine is ready for your call.
1 Press (MENU, until the following is displayed:
Display: | POLLING
J
Prage "START/C ICOPV/SET | |
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Enter the telephone number by using regular
dialling, one-touch dialing, speed dialling or the
electronic telephone directory.
Press : START/COPY/SET .
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Transmit polling
A document stored in your unit can be recovered by another party's machine. To let other machines retrieve
documents loaded on your unit, proceed as follows:
Ч Insert the documents FACE DOWN.
2 Press MENU | until the following is displayed:
Display: | POLLED
Press START/COPY/SET |.
| MODE=OFF VA]
4 Press ’v') or (4) to select “ON”.
| MODE= ON [ Y A ]
ef this feature is not required, select “OFF”,
5 Press {START/COPY/SET |.
POLLED ON
Note:
e This feature will not work when the unit is set to the
TEL mode.
e The caller pays for the document transmission.
eWhen delayed transmission (see the next page) Is set
to ON, transmit polling is not available.
FACE DOWN
[START/COPY/SET ]
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Delayed transmission
(sending a fax at a later time)
Using a built-in clock, this unit can send documents automatically at a specific time. This allows you to take
advantage of low-cost calling hours offered by your telephone company. The delayed transmission can be
reserved to take place up to 24 hours in advance.
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Insert the documents FACE DOWN.
Press (MENU |.
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
Press (+), then [2] (5.
| DELAYED XMT
— |
Press (START/COPY/SET |,
| MODE=OFF [VA] |
Press [VW] or [A] to select “ON”.
| MODE=ON [val |
|
elf this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
Press (START/COPY/SET .
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Enter the telephone number by using regular
dialling, one-touch dialling, speed dialling or the
electronic telephone directory.
Press (START/COPY/SET
| TIME=12:00AM |
Enter the transmission start time.
Example: 11:00PM
Press [1 [ 1) [0]; then press [x] to
select PM.
eYou can select AM or PM by
pressing 136).
Press [START/COPY/SET].
Press | MENU |.
| SEND AT 11:00PM |
e When the programmed time has arrived, the
unit will automatically start transmission.
Dial keypad
FACE DOWN
Note:
«Do not enter 24 hour clock time as this unit
will only accept 12 hour clock entries.
e You can receive, transmit and copy
documents while delayed transmission is set.
eWhen transmit polling (see page 41) is ON,
delayed transmission is not available.
Transmitting documents from memory
The unit is able to scan and store documents into memory, and then transmit the stored documents.
The memory capacity is approx. 25 pages (14 pages if the Error Correction Mode on page 74 is set to ON),
based on CCITT No. 1 test chart in standard resolution. For the CCITT No. 1 test chart, see page 110.
Setting the memory transmission
1 Press : MENU :.
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
Press [41], then 1° (5).
| MEMORY XMT
Press (START/COPY/SET).
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MODE=CFF [VA] |
Press : Y | ori « ] to select “ON”.
| MODE=ON (VA: |
elf this feature is not required, select “OFF”,
5 Press (START/COPY/SET .
6 Press MENU |.
Transmitting documents from memory
1 Insert the documents FACE DOWN.
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ets dialling, one-touch dialing, Speed спа y or
electronic telephone directory.
3 When using regular dialling, press
| START/COPY/SET .
eThe ‹ documents will will be fed into the unit and
scanned info memory.
After storing all pages, the unit will transmit the
documents.
e The amount of memory used will be shown as a
percentage on the display.
2 Enter the telephone number by using regular
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Display: | PAGES=01
Amount of memory used ——
Note:
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eo The stored documents will be automatically erased after transmission.
e To cancel the memory transmission, press STOP, during or after scanning the documents.
elf you select the fine, super fine or halftone resolution, the number of documents that can be sent will be
decreased.
elf the stored documents exceed the memory capacity, the transmission will be cancelled.
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Transmitting documents to multistations
This feature is useful when frequently sending the same documents to selected parties whose telephone
numbers are stored in one-touch memories and speed dial stations. You must program these stations into the
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BROAD CAST key (one-touch memory 1).
Important:
eBefore programming, make sure that the desired telephone numbers have been stored into the one-touch
memories or speed dial stations.
e The BROAD CAST key can be used as one-touch memory 1 or as the broad cast key.
Programming the BROAD CAST key with
telephone numbers
1 Press | MENU | until the following is displayed:
Display: | STORE TEL NO. | One-touch memories
2 Press : BROAD CAST |.
Speed dial
stations
| DIAL MODE [vai | (MENU
Press’ vi WW Ori a fal to select “PROG. MODE”,
| PROG.
4 Press [START/COPY/SET ).
MODE [YA] |
| NO. = [001] |
Enter the telephone numbers.
a: Using one-touch memories:
For upper stations 2-9, press the preset one-
touch memory key.
For lower stations 10-18, press : LOWER ,
then press the preset one-touch memory key.
b: Using speed dia! stations:
Press E! and the preset 2- -digit number ] | Е
(00— 99). BE Ea Be aa ra nn he O Bite o a a it
eTo enter other telephone numbers, repeat this
step (up to 117 stations).
b Press START/COPY/SET! after entering all of the
desired telephone numbers. - nn
7 Press : STOP.
Note:
elf you make a mistake while programming, press ¡STOP ;, then make the correction.
eConfirm that you have correctly stored the numbers by printing a telephone number list (see page 75).
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Transmission using the BROAD CAST key
The documents will be scanned and stored into memory when using the BROAD CAST key. After
transmission, the stored documents will be erased automatically.
The memory capacity is approx. 25 pages (14 pages if the Error Correction Mode on. page 74 is set to ON),
based on CCITI No. 1 test chart in standard resolution, For the CCITT No. 1 test chart, see page 110.
1 Insert the documents FACE DOWN.
? Press BROAD CAST).
e The documents wiii be fed into the unit and
scanned into memory. Then the unit will transmit
the data to each station, calling each number
sequentially.
FACE DOWN
Note:
elf you select the fine, super fine or halftone resolution,
the number of documents that the unit can transmit will
be decreased.
elf one of the stations is busy or does not answer, the
station will be skipped. All skinbed stations will be
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redialled up to 3 times after all of the other stations”
have been called.
Cancelling the broadcast setting
1. Press (STOP) during idle status. 3. Press “vor [A] to select “YES”.
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Display: | CANCEI BROAD. : 4. Press: START/COPY/SET.
2. Press (START/COPY/SET ).
| =YES [VAI |
Multi Transmission report
After all of the transmissions have been completed, the unit will automatically print the following report.
Multi Transmission report sample:
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Reserving transmission during fax reception =
While the unit is receiving documents, you can reserve your fax transmission to another station.
The unit will automatically transmit documents after fax reception is completed.
1
2
3
Insert the documents FACE DOWN during fax
reception.
Enter the telephone number by using regular
dialling, one-touch dialling, speed dialiing or the
electronic telephone directory.
Press (START/COPY/SET .
1
Display: | XMT RSV, ON
F1 7 У. AIN
To cancel the reservation
Remove the documents from the document tray.
Printing a cover page
The unit can print a cover page to attach to the documents you send. ~~
Cover page sample
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Dial keypad
FACE DOWN
FAX COVER PAGE.
DATE 22
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FROM : NAME :
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Press | MENU; until the foliowing is displayed.
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Display: | PRINT LIST
Press [z£', then ;7).
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¡ FAX COVER PAGE |
Press (START/COPY/SET to start printing.
PRINTING
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Special receiving features
Remote fax receiving —— La
(using an extension telephone to receive a fax message)
If you have an extension telephone on the same line, it is possible to receive a fax message. Use the
extension telephone to dial the remote fax activation code.
This saves vou irom going io ine facsimile unit and pressing Ss
Ri/COPY/SET..
Important:
e To activate this feature, use a touch tone telephone as the extension telephone and enter the remote fax
activation code DELIBERATELY,
e The remote fax activation code is set to “x= 9" as a pre-selected setting.
Receiving using an extension telephone
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When: To the same line
—document reception is required,
—a slow beep is heard, or
—no sound is heard,
enter the remote fax activation code
DELIBERATEL Y.
Extension telephone
Hang up the handset.
eo The facsimile unit is activated for reception.
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Changing the remote fax activation code
This code can be from 2 to 4 digits in length using numbers O through 9, and the character <.
1 Press (MENU ;. Dial keypad
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
2 Press [+], then (4] (1).
| REMOTE FAX ACT.
Press (START/COPY/SET .
| MODE=ON (val |
Press (Y; or “A to select the desired setting.
elf this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
Press (START/COPY/SET .
CODE=* 9
Note:
Enter the new code number. e Some special telephone company services
will require you to press a service access
code. If you subscribe to such services, all or
part of the remote fax activation code must
be different from the service access code.
e |f the remote fax activation code is set to
“0000”, this feature will not work properly.
Press START/COPY/SET).
Press MENU |.
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Junk mail prohibitor _E—————-—- a
(preventing the reception of unwanted fax documents)
This feature prevents reception from facsimile machines whose telephone numbers are not stored in one-
touch dialling and speed dialling.
Store the telephone numbers from where you want to receive documents (see page 36).
important:
e This feature does not work when:
—manual reception is performed, or
—the other party does not program their facsimile telephone number correctly.
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1 Press : MENU.
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP IB Dial keypad
у, Press [41], then [2) (4)
| Sunk MATL PROM. |
Press .START/COPY/SET
Ca)
| MODE=OFF [YA ||
Press [ Y |orialto select “ON”,
=n
| MODE=ON [VA]
e |f this feature is not required, select “OFF”,
Press | START/COPY/SET .
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| PRINTING |
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e The unit will print a list of the telephone numbers
from where the unit can receive documents.
Confirm that the desired facsimile numbers are
programmed. o o CTT
6 Press | MENU).
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Answering device
Recording your own greeting messages
The recording time is limited to 16 seconds for each message. Record your message within 12 seconds for
optimum performance. — " o
e As for the ANS/FAX greeting message, you can choose either 16 seconds or 60 seconds of recording time
о
(see page 71).
Suggested messages
ANS/FAX greeting message
"This is (your name, business and/or telephone number). We are unable
to answer right now. To send a fax, start transmission. To leave a
message, speak for up to 2 minutes 30 seconds (or “speak for up to 1
minute’) after the beep. If the beep sounds 6 times, your message will
not be recorded. Please call back tomorrow. Thank you.”
TEL/FAX greeting message
“This is (your name, business and/or telephone number). Please wait for
someone to answer your call. To send a fax, start transmission.”
Message transfer greeting
message
“This is a transferred message from {your name, business and/or ~~
telephone number). Please enter your remote ID for remote operation.”
МА
Note:
e|f you do not record any messages, pre-recorded messages will be played (see pages 27 and 51).
Recording a greeting message
1
2
Open the station key panel.
Press [SELECT until the following is displayed.
M For the ANS/FAX greeting:
Display: | ANS -GREETING
E For the TEL/FAX greeting:
| TEL-GREETING |
M For the message transfer greeting:
| TRKS- GREETING
Press (REC |.
e A long beep will sound. _
Speak clearly 20 cm (8 inches) away from the
microphone.
eo The display will show the elapsed recording time.
Example: ANS/FAX greeting
| ANS REC.
When finished, press [STOP].
e The unit will repeat your message. Adjust the
volume using VOLUME .
02s |
SELECT) © |
SELECT Fi Station
‘REC: key panel
Microphone
Note:
elf you make a mistake while recording, repeat
_-—-- from step 2.
elt is helpful to include a statement of your °°
answering telephone number with the town
name or code in the greeting message. The
greeting message should begin within
3 seconds of answering the call.
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Recording your own greeting messages (cont.) =
Checking the greeting messages
1 Open the station key panel. o
Station
key panel
2 Press | SELECT ; until the desired greeting is
displayed. :
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Example: ANS/FAX greeting
Display: | ANS-GREETING |
Press CHECK.
e After the beep, the unit will play back the
message. Adjust the volume using : VOLUME |.
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Erasing your own recorded greeting messages
1 Open the station key panel.
Station
2 Press (SELECT | until the desired greeting is key panel
displayed.
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Example: Message transfer greeting |
Dispiay: | TRNS-GREETING
3 Press ERASE i.
| ERASE OK?
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| YES: PRESS SET |
4 Press START/COPY/SET ;.
| GREETING ERASED |
5 Press (STOP |.
Note:
elf you erase your own recorded greeting messages,
the pre-recorded greeting messages will be played.
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Transferring incoming call messages
This feature allows your unit to call a designated telephone or pager number each time an incoming voice
message is recorded. В
You can choose Message transfer or Pager call.
Message transfer: Program the transfer telephone number first. When an incoming message is recorded in .
your unit, the message will be transferred. You can retrieve the message during the same call by the remote
operation.
Pager call: Program the pager number first. When an incoming call is recorded, your pager will be called.
Call your unit and retrieve the message by the remote operation.
—This feature operates in the ANS/FAX mode.
—For details on the remote operation, see page 53.
—Use a touch tone telephone to access your unit.
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| An incoming voice message is recorded in memory; - - 7 TT
| Your unit dials the transfer telephone number or pager number. |
| РА ir | im 1
| Message transfer L Pager call
The transferred telephone rings, then
answers the call.
Your pager beeps. |
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| Your unit will play the message
| transfer greeting. 3
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: Call your unit to retrieve the message
- by the remote operation.
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| within 80 seconds
Enter the remote operation ID (see
page 54).
>
| x The unit has a pre-recorded message
transfer greeting.
— “This is a felenhone answering system.
|
i Retrieve the message by the remote
operation.
—
FA
Please enter your remote ID for remote
operation.”
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Transferring incoming call messages (cont) ===
Setting the message transfer/pager call
Press MENU
1 Dial keypad (MENU)
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP | |
2 Press (is). Then (6) (0), EDO E
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3 Press [START/COPY/SET :. == == FRE eee
| MODE=OFF [VA] т
4 Press [Y or (4) to select the desired setting. EEE
MESSAGE: transfers incoming messages. RED SAUSE | |,
PAGER: calls your pager. REDIAL/PAUSE | À
OFF: turns off this feature. | a
— (START/COPY/SET)
5 Press (START/COPY/SET .
NO. = |
& a: If you selected “MESSAGE” In step 4: a
U Enter the transfer telephone number.
b: If you selected “PAGER” in step 4:
Enter your pager number.
elf this feature does not work properly, press
¡REDIAL/PAUSE | more than once at the end
of your pager number to extend the paging
time.
If you wish to display a message on your
pager, enter the message after yourpager ~~
number and | REDIAL/PAUSE ..
Programming methods may vary depending
on the pager company. Call your pager
company for details. . о
e You may enter a total of 46 digits and/or
pauses.
7 Press (START/COPY/SET).
8 Press | MENU .
Note:
e This feature can be turned on/off remotely from a
touch tone telephone (see page 57).
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Operating the answering device from a remote
telephone
The following operations can be performed from a remote location using a touch tone telephone.
Set the unit to ANS/FAX In the AUTO RECEIVE mode before going out (see page 26).
Dial key Remote command Page | Dial key Remote command Page
(о) Skips the greeting message - 57 | El : Stops re-recording of a greeting 56
| ¡ message a
(1! | Repeats a message 55 :
[+4] ‘ Erases a specific message ; 56
(2. | Skips a message | 55
— 3] Erases all messages 56 _
[4] | New message piayback 55 ==
- [6]o! | Changes to the TEL mode | 57 =
(5! | All message playback 55 en
- ra Turns on message transfer/ 57 ——
(7) | Re-records a greeting message 56 — | pager call for incoming messages =
Continues operation See +17] Turns off message transfer/ 57 === -
| note. | — ; pager call for incoming messages =
Note:
e During remote operation the unit will stop and two beeps will be heard in the following conditions:
— 2 minutes 40 seconds after your unit answered.
— Every 2 minutes 40 seconds after pressing any command button.
To listen to further messages, dial within 10 seconds after hearing two beeps.
Remote operation card
Please cut out and carry this card for assistance when using the remote operation.
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: Operation
$ e The remote operation is
: 1. Call your unit. available only from a touch tone |
telephone when the unit is in the |
2. Enter the remote operation 1D ANS/FAX mode.
1 [LT during the greeting : eWhen the unit is in the TEL
message. ı mode, call your unit and wait for!
| - 20 rings. o
¡ 4. Press the remote command © The answering system will |
| key(s) (see the reverse side} = temporarily answer the line. |
ı Within 4 seconds. = Enter the remote operation ID !
, or during the greeting message. ı
1 Wait tor 4 seconds. All the The unit will switch to the :
| recorded messages will be ANS/FAX mode. :
ı played back. e\When you press any key, press
firmly.
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| [9]. When a fax tone Is heard, |
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The remote operation ID is used to access the answering device.
Choose any 3-digit number except a number using digits 0 or 7.
1 Press | MENU |.
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
f) Press [#;, then [1 ; (11.
Ma
| REMOTE ANS ID |
3 Press {START/COPY/SET ).
: ID=111 |
4 Enter the desired number.
h Press [START/COPY/SET |.
6 Press | MENU |.
Key Remote Command Key Remote Command
[0] | Skips the greeting [9] : Stops re-recording of a
message greeting message
(+: : Repeats a message 114: | Erases a specific
message
[2! | Skips a message
35| | Erases all messages
(4) | New message playback
Changes to the TEL mode
5) | Al! message playback
[$117 |! Message transter/
17) | Re-records a greeting Pager call ON
message
6] 2] | Message transfer/
‘8! | Continues operation Pager call OFF
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STARTICOPY/SET)
Listening to messages
1 Call your unit.
? Enter the remote operation ID during the ANS/FAX
greeting playback. Voice guide example:
— The voice guide will tell you the number of new —e 3 new messages.
recorded messages. \.
Press [4] to listen to the new recorded messages.
OR
Press [51 or wait for 4 seconds to listen to all of the
recorded messages.
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During playback
Em 10 repeat a message
Press [1.to play | the current message. _
—If you press [1 within 5 seconds of the beginning of a message, the previous message will be played.
E To skip a message
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Press : 21.
Voice guide example:
Note:
e|f the voice guide prompts you that memory is full — Sorry, no more memory. Please erase
aîter playing the message, erase some: or ali of the 1 unnecessary messages.
messages.
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Operating the answering device from a remote
telephone (cont.) mm. милое
Erasing incoming messages from memory
M To erase a specific message
Press [] [4] while listening to the message you want
to erase.
Volce guide example:
se The message has been erased.
—A long beep and the voice guide will be heard.
Than the unit will continue with the next massa
Мен”
Ш To erase all messages
Press to erase all messages.
LS) Volce guidé example:
— A long beep and the voice guide will be heard. — All messages have been erased. |
Other remote operations
NM To record a marker message
After playing back the recorded messages, you can leave an additional message.
Voice gulde example:
1. Wait for the voice guide to tell you that the — All messages have been played.
remote operation has ended. = RE =
2. Wait about 10 seconds until the voice guide is
played. 9 Please leave your name and message
3. Leave a message after the beep. | after the beep.
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H To re-record a greeting message
You can change the contents of the greeting messages for the ANS/FAX mode.
1. Press [7: to start recording.
e A long beep will sound.
2. Speak clearly up to 16 seconds.
olf you pause for over 2 seconds, 6 beeps will sound and the recording will stop. Repeat from
step 1 within 10 seconds.
3. When finished, press ! 9.
e The new greeting message will be played.
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E To change to the TEL mode
You can change the setting of ine receive mode from ANS/FAX io TEL from a remcie location.
1. Call your unit.
2. Enter your remote operation ID.
3. Press ‘6° (0).
H To turn the message transfer/pager call on or off
You can remotely turn this feature on or off. You must pre-program a transfer telephone n
number (see page 52).
Press 16): 17 to tum ON the message transfer/pager
call.
eThe unit will activate the previous setting.
For example:
When turning this feature ON from a remote
telephone, message transfer will be activated if
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beforehand.
"Press; 6][2 to turn OFF the message transfer/pager
call.
“ —Ifa transfer telephone number or a pager number
is not t programmed, you cannot turn this feature
ma ir A e
CN. The voice QUiVE wil | Prompt you.
H To skip the greeting message
Press [0] during the greeting message playback.
~The unit will skip the rest of the greeting message.
Voice guide example:
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Message transfer 15 set o
Transfer phone number is 1234567839.
or
Pager call is set. a
Pager number is 098765432,
Message transfer is off.
or
Pager call is off.
Transfer phone number is not sel.
or
Pager number is not set.
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Enhanced copy features.
Making an extension copy =
Use this feature to enlarge a document to twice the length of the paper that is currently being used in the
paper tray. This feature is used to reverse the fim/paper save function (see page 65).
Sampie of enlarged copy:
When you wish to enlarge the top half of the document:
Original document Enlarged copy
Top sage
Top half ABC
ADA
POT Ts "DU
Bottom half DEF o
Insert the document into the
unit from the top edge side
FACE DOWN,
Insert the documents FACE DOWN. ads a =
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Press (MENU. Dial keypad
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP
||
Press :#}, then [3] ‘4]. FACE DOWN
| EXTENSION COPY |
Press {START/COPY/SET ..
| COPYING |
e The unit will start printing.
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5 After printing, press MENU |.
Note:
e Y 0u cannot select FINE, SUPER FINE or HALF TONE
resolution for this feature. о
® To make an enlarged copy of the whole page whose
length is as long as, or shorter than, the installed
paper, proceed as follows:
First insert the top half of the original document into
the feeder tray and copy. Then turn the original around TT TS o
and insert the bottom half of the document into the
feeder tray and copy.
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Making a reduction copy
When you copy documents that are longer than the recording paper, the unit can reduce the original document
and print it out on one page by programming a suitable reduction rate. The reduction rate is determined by a
combination of the size of the recording paper and original document.
E Recommended reduction rate:
Mode Size of recording paper Size of original document
OFF (pre-selected) A4 A4, Letter
92% (ses note below.) Ad A4
72% A4
A4 = 210 x 297 mm (8% x 11716”)
Letter= 216 x 279 mm (8'%" x 11”)
Legal = 216 x 356 mm (82" x 14”)
To program a reduction rate, proceed as follows:
1 Press {MENU |.
Display: |
? Press (+; then (3. (5).
SYSTEM SET JP
| COPY REDUCTION |
elf this feature is not re
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Press [MENU .
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Note:
Press [START/COPY/SET |.
| MODE=OFF
Press (W] or (4 to select the desired setting.
virad select “OFF”.
Press [START/COPY/SET ||.
of the appropriate reduction rate is not programmed,
the document may be divided and the top of the
second sheet will be deleted.
elf the image at the bottom of the document is not
copied when you copy a document as long as the
recording paper, try 92 %.
— Dial keypad
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Special Settings
Summary of user ‘programmable f features
Basic features
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Code Feature Preselected setting Available settings Page
#01 | SET DATE 4 TIME 15
#02 | YOUR LOGO | 16
#03 | YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER 47°
#04 | PRINT TRANSMISSION REPORT OFF ERROR, ON, OFF 76
#05 | AUTO RECEIVE MODE ANS/FAX ANS/FAX, FAX 32
#06 | ANS/FAX RING COUNT 2 rings 1-4 rings, TOLL SAVER, RINGER OFF; 61
#07 ; FAX RING COUNT 2 rings 1—4 rings 62
#08 : MANUAL RECEIVE MODE TEL TEL, TEL/FAX 34
#09 : TEL/FAX DELAYED RING 2 rings 1-4 rings 62
#10 | RECORDING TIME TT LONG (2.5 min) LONG, SHORT (1 min) 63
#11 | REMOTE ANS ID — 1D=111 = | 54
#14 | PC LINK ON ON, OFF 90
#15 | MEMORY TRANSMISSION OFF ON, OFF 43
Advanced features
Code Feature Praselected setting Available settings Page
#21 | LOGO POSITION OUT QUT, IN 54
#22 | JOURNAL AUTO PRINT ON ON, OFF 76
#23 | OVERSEAS MODE OFF ON, OFF 64
#24 | JUNK MAIL PROHIBITOR OFF ON, OFF 48 |
#25 | DELAYED TRANSMISSION OFF ON, OFF 42
#30 | SILENT FAX RECOGNITION RING 3 rings 3—6 rings 63
#33 | FILM/PAPER SAVE OFF ON, OFF 65
#34 | EXTENSION COPY TT — — 58
#35 | COPY REDUCTION OFF 92%, 72%, OFF 59
#36 | RECEIVE REDUCTION 92% 92%, 865%, 72%, OFF 66
#39 | LCD CONTRAST NORMAL NORMAL, DARKER 67
#41 | REMOTE FAX ACTIVATION CODE ON/CODE=+ 9 ON, OFF 47
442 | MESSAGE ALERT o OFF ON, OFF 67
443 | RECORDING TIME ALERT OFF ON, OFF 68
#44 | RECEIVE ALERT ON ON, OFF 68
#45 | RECALL MODE T_BR (Timed Break)| T_BR, E_RE (Earth Recall) ¡ 69
#46 | FRIENDLY RECEPTION ON ON, OFF | 70
#47 | FAX VOICE GUIDANCE ON ERROR, ON, OFF 70
#54 | GREETING MESSAGE RECORDING TIME 16s 16s, 60s 71
#60 | MESSAGE TRANSFER OFF OFF, MESSAGE, PAGER 52
#67 | ICM MONITOR ON ON, OFF 71
#70 | FAX PAGER OFF ON, OFF 72
#79 | FILM DETECTION ON ON, OFF 73
#80 : SET DEFAULT NO YES, NO 74
#88 | ECM COMMUNICATION ON ON, OFF 74
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Setting the ANS/FAX mode ring count == .
This feature determines the number of rings after which the unit answers a cai! in the ANS/FAX mode.
You can choose from 1, 2, 3, 4, TOLL SAVER and RINGER OFF.
TOLL SAVER: When you call the unit from a remote location, the number of rings will tell you if there are any
new voice messages or nol. If the unit answers on the second ring, there is at least one new
recorded message. If the unit answers on the fourth ring, there are no new recorded .
messages. To save the toll charges for the call, hang up immediately when n you hear the third
ring. The third ring indicates that there are no new messages. Ce : — =
RINGER OFF: The Unit will answer without ringing.
Helpful hints;
eTo answer a cali before the unit does, increase the number of rings.
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the number of rings.
Press MENU).
1 Dial keypad (MENU |
|
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP Ш
2 Press {], then [0] ‘6°
| ANS /Fax RING |
m Press START/COPY/SET,
| RING=2 [Val
4 Press [Y) or [4 to select the desired number.
5 Press START/COPY/SET. “STARTICOPY/SET + =
A - Press MENU ..
Note:
e Two rings may be referred to as “NORMAL” position
as it enables the unit to answer incoming calls ina
reasonably short time. This position should be selected
unless you specifically wish to take advantage of the
“toll saver facility”.
eo Cajlers generally expect their calls to be answered
within 10 seconds and most callers would abandon a
call in under 45 seconds if no reply is obtained. This
unit will answer incoming calls in under 10 seconds if
required.
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Setting the FAX mode ring count
This feature determines the number of rings after r which the unit answers a call in the FAX mode. LL
You can choose from 1 to 4 rings. = 2 BT + E ES AA E. E
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Helpful hints:
eTo answer a call before the unit does, increase the number of rings.
olf you have difficulty in receiving faxes from machines that have an automatic transmission feature, decrease
the number of rings. —
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q Press END о НИИ Теа
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
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; FAX RING |
Press (START/COPY/SET).
| RING=2 [VA]
Press. wi or: alto select the desired number.
Press (START/COPY/SET |.
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Press MENU .
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Setting the TEL/FAX mode ring count
This feature determines the number of rings after which the unit automatically answers a call in the TEL/FAX
made.
You can choose from 1 to 4 rings.
1 Press (MENU |.
2 Press [14], 'пеп Го! [9
| TEL/FAX RING |
| |
3 Press (START/COPY/SET |.
| RING=2 [VA]
4 Press {wl or Ca] to select the desired number.
5 Press ISTART/COPY/SET :. [STARTICOPY/SET ri
Note:
6 Press ¡MENU .. elf you increase the number of rings. you may
not be able to receive documents from some
older types of facsimiie machines.
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Setting the silent fax recognition ring count
When a fax call is received in the TEL/FAX mode, the unit will automatically activate the fax function without
ringing. If the unit detects a voice call, it will ring. If a voice call is not answered within the selected number of
rings (3 to 6 rings), the unit will switch back to the fax mode. This is for machines that do not send a calling
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Changing the caller's recording time
You can choose from two lengths of recording times for an incoming message. a LL
LONG:
Press . MENU|.
Display: SYSTEM SET UP
Press [11], then :3; (0).
| SILENT FAX RING |
Press START/COPY/SET |).
Press (W ] or | æ | to select the desired number.
Press START/COPY/SET).
Press : MENU |.
Dial “pypac . MENU
DE —
| RING=3 [VA 79 =
(START/COPY/SET) (Y
Note:
e |f you increase the number of rings, you may
not be able to receive documents from some
older types of facsimile machines.
The unit wili record an incoming message of up to 2 minutes 30 seconds (pre-selected setting).
SHORT: The unit will record an incoming message of up to 1 minute.
1
2
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Press : MENU :.
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP
Press (&], then [1] {a].
RECORDINGS TIME
Press (START/COPY/SET .
| MODE=LONG [YA]
E —l— al ala a e Y
Press [Y or | 4) to select the desired setting.
Press (START/COPY/SET ..
Press [MENU |.
- Dial keypad
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Changing the logo print position
The logo, telephone number, date, time and page number will be printed on the transmitted document from
your unit in the following manner:
OUT: Outside of the transmitted document's paper size (pre-selected setting).
IN: Inside of the transmitted document's paper size.
1 Press MENU .
Dial keypad
Display: | SYST EM SET UP |
Press |#), then [2] [1].
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4 —
Press i START/COPY/S
[VA]
Press (Yi or ‘A! to select the desired setting.
Press [STÁRT/COPY/SET)
Press | MENU |,
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Sending documents overseas —0u0o 2.
You may experience difficulty in transmitting documents overseas. This feature makes sending documents
aacier as the transmission speed ie slowed down Befora starting transmission, follow tha stens below:
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1 Press MENU.
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP Dial keypad
Press ig, then [2) 3).
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Го
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DOE
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| | OVERSEAS MODE
rar pute,
Press (START/COPY/SET .
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| MODE=OFF a [vai
| a
Press |v] or [a] to select “ON”.
jan
| MODE=ON [VA] |
eif this feature is not required, select "OFF".
Press 'START/COPY/SET).
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Note:
e After transmission, this feature will tum off
Press ‘MENU. automaticaiiy.
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e This feature is not available for transmission
using the BROAD CAST key.
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Film/Paper save reception
Use this feature if you wish to save film and recording paper when receiving two or more faxed pages. When
this feature is set, the unit will reduce documents to half their length and print out two pages of documents on
one page. A boundary will be printed out between the documents.
Important:
eThis feature will not work when the other party sends a document in fine resolution or other non-standard
resolutions.
Sample of paper save print:
Original document
(1st page)
ABCDEF
ABCDEF
(2nd page) _.-—
abcdef PA
abcdef „4“
To set the film/paper save reception, follow the
steps below.
1
2
3
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Press MENU |.
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
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Press #;, then 3;{3.
E FILM/PADER SAVE ||
Press (START/COPY/SET |.
| MODE=OFF VA |
Press (Y) or fx. to select "ON”.
| MODE=ON [VA]
elf this feature is not required, select “OFF”,
Ргесс I START/COPY/SET |
Press . MENU:
—If this feature is set to “ON”, an arrow will be
displayed. — —
Y
FRACMPAPER SAVE il MEMOS: Саб
Printed document
ABCDEF
ABODEF
abc daf
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Note:
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pages. The continuation will be printed on the
next page and there may be wasted space.
In this case, paper and film will not be saved.
If you wish to fit the document onto one —
page, set this feature to off and program a
suitable reduction rate for reception (see the
next page).
e VWhen documents are longer than legal size,
the unit will not print the next page of the
document on the same page.
ePaper and film will not be saved for a one
page document and the last page of odd
numbered documents (3, 5, 7 pages, efc.).
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Receiving oversized documents
When the size of the documents sent by the other party is as large as or larger than the recording paper, the
unit can reduce each page of the document and print it out on the recording paper by programming a suitable
reduction rate.
The reduction rate is determined by a combination of the size of the recording paper and received document.
E Recommended reduction rate:
Mode Size of recording paper Size of original document
OFF A4 Letter
92% (pre-selected) A4 A4
86% (see note below.) A4 A4
72% A4 Lega!
A4 = 210 х 297 mm (8% x Ив”)
Letter= 216 x 279 mm (8%” x 11”)
Legal = 216 x 356 mm (8%" x 14”) Te TITS
To program a reduction rate, proceed as follows:
1 Press | MENU |.
Display: ; SYSTEM SET UP
|
? Press iz), then (3: [6].
т ; |
| RX REDUCTION |
Press (START/COPY/SET
| MODE=92% [VA]
Press [Y jor [4!to select the desired setting.
ef this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
Press :START/COPY/SET).
Press [MENU |.
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Note:
e Documents received by facsimile frequently have a
heading on the top of each page which contains the
sender's name/telephone number. This increases the
length of each page. Therefore, it is recommended to
use the reduction mode.
of the appropriate reduction rate is not programmed,
the document will be divided. -
eif most of documents sent from the other party are as
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Dial keypad
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Changing the display contrast
Use this feature to adjust the brightness of the display.
NORMAL: (Pre-selected setting) _
UDAARER: Used when ine dispiay contrast is too light.
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Setting the message alert
When this feature is on, the unit will let you know with a slow beep that a caller's message has been recorded.
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Press [MENU |.
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
Press (&], then [3] [9].
| LCD CONTRAST |
Press (START/COPY/SET :.
| MODE=NCRMAL [Va]!
Press [Y or a] to select the desired setting.
Press (START/COPY/SET ..
Press : MENU |,
Press (MENU ..
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
Press [4], then [4] [2].
| MESSAGE ALERT |
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Press (START/COPY/SET |.
: MODE=OFF [YA |
Press (Y) or (4) to select "ON".
- Dial keypad
| MENU
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START/COPY/S
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| MODE=CN (VA a
e|f this feature is not required, select "OFF".
Press i(START/COPY/SET |.
Press MENU |.
STARTICOPY/SET
Setting the recording time alert
With this feature, when the remaining time to record incoming messages becomes less than 60 seconds, the
unit will alert the user with a slow beep.
1 Press (MENU i.
Dial keypad
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
? Press [+], then (4] (3].
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| REC. TIME ALERT | De
3 Press .START/COPY/SET |. OE
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| FOUE=OFF [Y A J | тт
4 Press :W} or ‘A! to select “ON”.
MODE=ON [VA]
®if this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
5 Press START/COPY/SET|.
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Setting the memory reception alert —
When received documents are stored into memory, the unit will alert you with beep tones. If you hear slow
beeps, clear the printing problem or supply paper to print the stored documents. The beep tones will stop.
1 Press MENU,
Dial keypad
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
2 Press #1), then [4] [4 DE
| RECEIVE ALERT
Press (START/COPY/SET ..
||
| MODE=ON [VA]
4 Press [Y] or (4) to select the desired setting.
elf this feature is not required, select “OFF”, | Can}
START/COPY/SET
Press {START/COPY/SET). al ЕТ
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Press : MENU.
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Setting the recall mode
When this unit is used as an extension of a PABX (Private Automatic Branch Exchange), the RECALL button
will allow access to PABX functions such as call transfer and hold. If you are unsure of which setting to use
please consult the supplier of the PABX.
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The following choices are available:
T_BR: Time Break Recall (pre-selected setting)
E_RE: Earth Recall
Note:
e For British Telecom “Star Services”, set your Recali to Time Break.
1 Press (MENU .
Dial keypad ¡MENU!
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP | |
Press E, then DE) TT
2 ress 2, Ten | Ce 11 = (DO co | ol of
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q Press (START/COPY/SET). DED DH = es oo | oa
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4 Press Y; or 4) to select the desired mode. o AL | i —
5 Press | START/COPY/SET . “START/COPY/SET = ==
6 Press MENU). ==
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Setting the friendly reception
The friendly reception feature allows you to receive fax documents automatically without pressing
[START/COPY/SET). See page 25 for further details. EV ВО В
if you set this feature to OFF, you have to press START/COPY/SET. to receive fax documents each time you
answer a call.
t Press (MENU |. Dial keypad ‘MENU:
Display: SYSTEM SET UP |
? Press [#], then (4 ) (61.
т + À
| FRIENDLY RCV |
3 Press ISTART/COPY/SET |.
| MODE=ON [vai
4 Press (vor (=) to select the desired setting.
elf this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
5 Press (START/COPY/SET ;.
Note:
elf you set the fax voice guidance feature to
b Press MENU. OFF (see below), you cannot hear the
friendly reception message.
Setting the fax voice guidance ==
One of the following choices is available (see pages 22 and 25).
ON: The voice guidance message regarding fax transmission/reception and frierdly п reception wi wit be
heard after every transaction (pre-selected setting).
OFF: The fax voice guidance will not be heard.
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ERROR: The fax voice guidance will be heard only ‘when fax transmission/reception and friendly reception fail
1 Press {MENU |.
Dial keypad
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
2 Press (141, then (4: (7).
| FAX GUIDANCE |
Press [START/COPY/SET .
| MODE=ON [VA |
Press (START/COPY/SET].
4 Press {wi or {ato select the desired setting.
6 Press (MENU).
Changing the recording time for the ANS/FAX
greeting message
You can choose either 16 seconds or 80 seconds of recording time.
1 Press (MENU. Dial keypad "MENU
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP | a
? Press [&], then [5] 4a".
' GREETING TIME |
Press : START/COPY/SET .
| MODE=
| MM 1
Press vjorí.a)to select the desired setting.
6s [VA]
(STARTICOPYSET Y)
Press START/COPY/SET!.
Note:
Press ¡MENU,. elf you change the greeting message time to
60 seconds, we recommend that you inform
the caller in the ANS/FAX greeting message
to press *9 before starting fax transmission.
e |f you change the greeting message time to -
16 seconds from 60 seconds, your recorded
ANS/FAX greeting message will be deleted.
Re-record a greeting message (see page 49).
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Setting the ICM monitor—m—— . -
When a call is received with the answering device, the incoming message will be heard from the speaker
during the call. If you do not wish the message to be heard by other persons who share your unit, set this i 5
feature to OFF.
Press (w" or “A] to select "OFF".
1 Press MENU | | | Dial keypad (MENU) o
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP | | i -
Im" nn
Press [#], then (6] [7]. DDD =
2 (#1). then [6] [7] Ho |) F5
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# Press START/COPY/SET: OD NS
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A = Lo * —
| MODE=OFF [VA] ES
ef this feature is required, select "ON". “START/COPY/SET, +
Press (START/COPY/SET .
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Press [MENU J.
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Signaling your pager that you have received a fax
document
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This feature allows your unit to call your pager when your unit receives a fax message.
1 Press (MENU). Dial keypad (MENU
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP | |
2 Press [42], then {7} (0.
| FAX PAGER |
q Press STARTICOPVISET),
| MODE=OFF [VA]
4 Press’ wi ori a’ ‘to select “ON”.
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eif this feature is not required, select "OFF".
D Press {START/COPY/SET |.
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6 Enter your pager number.
eif this feature does not work properly, press
TREDIAL/PAUSE" more than once at the end of
your pager number to extend the paging time.
If you wish to display a message on your pager,
enter the message after your pager number and -
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Programming methods may vary depending on
the pager company. Contact your pager company ~~
for details.
e You can enter a total of 46 digits and/or pauses.
7 Press : START/COPY/SET |.
O Press MENU.
Note:
e This feature 15 not available when the recelve mode is
set to the TEL mode.
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setting the film detection
If this feature is activated, the display will show the following message when the remaining film prints approx.
10 pages of A4 size documents:
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elf you are using regular film (100 m roll), the unit will also print a report.
1 Press : MENU.
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Display: SYSTEM SET UP TTT
2 Press ii, then ‘7, (9! (DSG (on NES
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(START/COPV/SET, +)
Press (START/COPY/SET].
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Resetting the advanced features
Use this feature to return the advanced features except the ECM communication (#88) tot their initial settings
{see page 60). CES
1 Press (MENU. Dial keypad
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
2 Press (3, then ‘) (©. DE
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3 Press (START/COPY/SET). Go (3)
| Ri RESET=NO [ЖА]
Press | W : or [æ ! to select YVES".
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| RESET=YES [YA]
5 Press {START/COPY/SET).
| RESET OK? |
elf this feature is not required, press (STOP).
6 Press : START/COPY/SET ] again for confirmation.
| RESET COMPLETED |
7 Press: MENU |.
ECM communication
ECM means Error Correction Mode.
You can send documents even if there is statical interference on the telephone line, provided both the
transmitting and receiving stations are ECM compatible.
ON: The unit functions with ECM communication (pre-selected setting).
OFF: The unit does not function with ECM communication.
1 Press [MENU |. Dial keypad
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
Press [+], then (8; [8].
| ECM COMMUNI. |
Press START/COPY/SET).
| MODE=ON (YA 1]
Press {#} or (= to select the desired setting.
Press 'START/COPY/SET).
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if there are stored documents in memory.
Clear the stored document memory first.
Printing reports and lists
You can print out the following reports/lists from your unit:
Feature list—provides you with the current settings of the basic and advanced programming features {see -— 7 7" ——
page 60).
Telephone number Iist—provides you with telephone numbers and their station names which are stored in
automatic dialling. Telephone number codes are as shown below: o _ г. |
P: A pause has been entered.
F: A recall has been entered.
| ]: Asecret telephone number has been entered. (The telephone number is not printed.) °
Journal report--—keeps records of fax transmissions and receptions (see page 77 for a sample of the report).
This report will be printed automatically after every 35 fax communications, but also can be printed manualiy.
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Printer test list—allows you to check the print quality of your unit. If the test print has a dirty pattern or blurred
points or lines, clean the thermai head (see page 105).
Transmission report—provides you with a printed record of the fax transmission result (see pages 76 and
77).
How to print reports and lists =
1 Press MENU; until the following is displayed.
Display: | PRINT LIST |
2 For the feature list, press (&, then {1
| SETUP LIST |
For the telephone number list, press (+, then : 3},
| TEL NO. LIST |
For the journal report, press [4], then (4).
| JOURNAL REPORT |
For the printer test list, press {#}, then (5).
| PRINTER TEST i
3 Press ¡START/COPY/SET : to start printing.
| PRINTING
e To interrupt printing, press (STOP.
4 After printing, press: MENU ..
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Printing reports and lists (cont)
Setting the transmission report printing
One of the following choices is available:
ERROR: The transmission report will print out only when tax transmission tails.
ON: The report will always print out, indicating whether fax transmission is successful or not.
OFF: The report will not print (pre-selected setting).
1 Press [MENU |.
Dial keypad
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
Press [21], then [o] [4].
| TX-REPORT MODE |
Press START/COPY/SET).
| MODE=OFF [Ya] |
Press [Y* or (a! to select the desired setting.
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Press | MENU;.
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Setting the journal report to automatically print
This unit will automatically print a journal report after every 35 fax communications. After printing, the journal
report will still remain in memory and the cldest communication will be erased when a new communication
occurs.
When this feature is deactivated, the unit will store the records of the last 35 fax communications, but the unit
will not print the journal report automatically.
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1 Press MENU.
Display: | SYSTEM SET UP |
2 Press (#], then [2] [2].
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report sample
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When a problem has occurred, one of the following messages will be printed on the transmission and journal
reports:
+ PRINTED MESSAGE CODE MEANING
COMMUNICATION ERROR 41-72 | ФА transmission or reception error occurred, Try again or check
FF with the other party.
DOCUMENT JAMMED
—
- A document is jammed. Remove the jammed document (p. 102).
ERROR-NOT YOUR UNIT
ФА transmission or reception error occurred because of the trouble
of the other party's machine. Check with the other party.
JUNKMAIL PROH. REJECT
® The junk mail prohibitor of your unit rejected fax reception.
MEMORY FULL
® The document was not received due to memory being full.
NO DOCUMENT
e The document was not fed into the unit properly. Try again.
OTHER FAX NOT RESPOND
e The receiving unit was busy or ran out of recording paper. Try
again. BN
eThe START/COPY/SET button was pressed when the document
was not set properly. Set the document properly and press the
START/COPY/SET button after confirming the fax tone.
e The other party's machine is not a facsimile. Check with the
other party.
PRESSED THE STOP KEY
eThe STOP button was pressed and fax communication was
cancelled.
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Multi-Function Centre
Features ===
The Multi-Function Centre is an application that allows you to use your facsimile unit as a printer, scanner and
conier with Windows
Printer functions
e Printing documents from a Windows application (See page 80.)
e Printing received documents (See page 86.)
Fax functions
e Faxing from a Windows application (See page 82.)
e Faxing a document on the facsimile unit (See page 87.)
eViewing received faxes on the PC screen (See page 85.)
Scanner functions
eScanning and saving documents (See page 89.)
Preparation
Connecting to a computer
To run the Multi-Function Centre software, you need the following software and hardware.
o [BM PC 386, or higher, or compatible meéting all AT bus specifications TDX 33Mhz minimum recommended).
e Microsoft Windows 3.1, 3.11 or Windows 95 (English version}.
e Hard Disk drive with at least fourteen (14) MB of available storage.
eRS232C Serial Port. |
7
25 Pin Male To COM port
RS232C cable OR
(not included) 9 Pin Female © Pin Adaptor
*The RS232C (DB9 Female/DB25 Male) señal cable can be purchasedata
computer supply store. We recommend a cable less than 3 m long.
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Installing the Multi-Function Centre software
1 Start Windows 3.1/3.11/95 and close ali For Windows 95
applications.
2 insert disk #1 into disk drive À (or B).
3 For Windows 95 users:
Click Start and select Run... .
For Windows 3.1 or 3.11 users:
From tha Program Manager, click File
select Run... .
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At the command line, type “a(or b)\setup" and
click OK.
Command Line:
Follow the instructions on the screen until all
diskettes (disk #2, disk 43) have been
installed.
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[J] Run Minimized
Remove the disk from the disk drive and click
Finish to reboot your PC.
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Note:
e[f other communication software which uses the serial! port has been installed, the communication setting
may be changed and the communication software may not function properly when the Multi-Function Centre
software is installed.
eThe dialog box images may differ according to applications.
The Multi-Function Centre contains the following applications and files.
E Viewer Enables you to scan a new image or open an existing image, and then print, fax or edit
that image.
E Copier Enables you to copy after scanning a document on the facsimile unit, setting the
reduction, etc., from your PC.
E Launch Pad Enables you to launch any Windows application with a single mouse click.
m Send From Fax
E Address Book
E Finder
Enabies you to fax a document piaced on the facsimile.
Enables you to list your personal information database for fax and telephone numbers.
Enables you to access your faxes and scanned documents by the File Name and Key
phrases.
E Message Centre Enables you to manage all incoming and outgoing fax messages and prin jobs. The
Message Centre application contains five windows that may remain open or be
minimized to one icon within the Message Centre main window.
HN ReadMe Please read this file before using the Multi-Function Centre software.
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Printing/faxing from a Windows application
Printing documents from a Windows application
You can print documents created from a Windows application.
Select Panasonic MFC Print as your printer. ——
For example, to print from Microsoft Word, proceed as follows.
For Windows 95 Users:
Open the document you wish to print.
Select Print from the File menu.
e The Print dialog box will appear.
Select Panasonic MFC Print from the Name field
in the Printer group. <Fig. 1>
Set the Page range and enter the number of
collated copies.
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Select the Properties button.
e The Panasonic MFC Print dialog box wilt’ appear.
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Set the Page Size, Resolution and Orientation.
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Then click the OK button. Page Size FAR (210 x 297 mm) За
Click the OK button on the Print dialog box. . Resolution: [Fine (200x280) +]
— Orientation - —
| Landscape o".
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For Windows 3.1/3.11 Users:
1 Open the document you wish to print. — TT E Ea
Printer a Printer (Panasonic KX-P4420
2 Select Print from the File menu. [Print Range [Cancel]
e The Print dialog box will appear. <Fig. 1> oa | [Sete ]
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Select the Setup button. “© Bages |
3 eThe Print Setup dialog box will appear. Eom dj to [i] |
. Print Quality: [300 dpi [+] Copies: И E
4 Select Panasonic MFC Print from the Specific CI Print to File [< Collate Copiez
Printer field. <Fig. 2> :
<Fig. 1>
5 Select the Options button.
e The Panasonic MFC Print dialog box will appear. E:
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6 Set the Page Size, Resolution and Orientation. | Coe Ene as
Then click the OK button. Cai panasonic KX P4420 on LETT FILE.
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7 Click the OK button on the Print Setup dialog box. №
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8 Click the OK button on the Print dialog box.
Page Size: [A4(21Dx297mm) [+]
Resolution: [Fine (200x200) _ — [+] ———
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Printing/faxing from a Windows application (cont.) —
Faxing from a Windows application
You can access the fax function from a Windows application by using the Print command in the File menu.
Select Panasonic MFC Fax as your printer.
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ror Windows 95 Users:
1 Open the document you wish to send.
? Select Print from the File menu.
s The Print dialog box will appear.
3 Select Panasonic MFC Fax from the Name field in
the Printer group and select Properties, <Fig. 1>
e The Panasonic MFC Fax dialog box will appear.
<Fig. 2>
Set the Page Size, Resolution and Orientatlon.
Then ciick the OK button.
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Click the OK button on the Print dialog box.
e The Fax Send dialog box will appear. <Fig. 3>
Enter the name and fax number using the
keyboard or select the desired entry in the address
book currently displayed in the Address Book
name box.
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Note:
elf the line is busy or there is no answer, the Message
Centre Outbox application will automatically redial the
number up to 2 times.
#To cancel transmission after dialling:
Press on the facsimile unit.
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Select the Outbox window in the Message Centre
window. Then select the CANCEL button on the
toolbar.
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Page Size: | A4 (210 x 287 mm} +
Resolution: | Standard(200x180)
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For Windows 3.1/3.11 Users
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Open the document you wish to send.
Select Print from the Fille menu.
Select the Setup button.
e The Setup dialog box will appear.
Select Panasonic MFC Fax from the Specific
Printer field and then select Options. <Fig. 1>
eThe Panasonic MFC Fax dialog box will appear.
<Fig. 2>
Set the Page Size, Resolution and Orientation.
Then click the OK button.
Click the OK button on the Print Setup dialog box.
Click the OK button on the Print dialog box.
#The Fax Send dialog box will appear. <Fig. 3>
Enter the name and fax number using the
keyboard or select the desired entry in the address
book currently displayed in the Address Book
name box.
Select the Start button in the Fax Send dialog box.
Note:
elf the line is busy or there is no answer, the Message
Centre Qutbox application will automatically redial the
number up to 2 times.
«To cance! transmission after dialling:
Press STOP, on the facsimile unit.
OR
Select the Qutbox window in the Message Centre
window, and then select the CANCEL button on the
toolbar.
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Receiving faxes on your PC
Setup for receiving faxes on your PC
If you wish to receive faxes on your PC .
1 automatically, turn on AUTO RECEIVE mode on Windows 95
the facsimile unit by pressing (AUTO RECEIVE; or hi
use the MANUAL RECEIVE mode to set to 3
TEL/FAX.
2 Start Windows. В
Open or minimize the Message Centre
application.
To open the Message Centre, follow these steps.
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For Windows 95 users:
Select the Start button, Point to Programs, then
Multi-Function Centre, and then click Message
Centre.
For Windows 3.1/3.11 users:
Double click the Message Centre icon in the Multi-
Function Centre program group.
Viewing the list of faxes received -
All faxes received by your PC are listed in the inbox window in the Message Centre application.
Inbox allows you to view, print or save faxes and append your faxes to other saved fax documents.
1 For Windows 95 users:
Select the Start button. Point to Programs, then
Multi-Function Centre; and then click Message
Centre.
For Windows 3.1/3.11 users:
Double click the Message Centre icon inthe
Windows screen.
2 Select the Inbox window from the Message
Centre window.
e The Inbox window displays the current status of
all facsimiles distributed to you in the Inbox
queue. Fax iD (if Status messages
transmitted)
Date and Time Number of pages
received
Status messages a a В
Complete—The facsimile was received successfully but has not been printed, saved or viewed yet.
Incomplete— An incomplete facsimile was received and has not been printed, saved or viewed yet.
Recovered— The system failed before the facsimile was completely received and was entered in the
inbox. Information in the Log may be incomplete. The facsimile may be incomplete.
Viewed—The facsimile has been viewed but not printed or saved.
Printed— The facsimiie was printed but not saved.
Saved—The facsimile has been saved.
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Viewing received faxes on the PC screen
To view a fax in your Inbox
1
n
Select the fax you wish to view in the Inbox
window. <Fig. 1>
Select View from the File menu of the Message
Centre Inbox window or click the VIEW button on
the toolbar.
e The Viewer application window will display the
selected fax. <Fig. 2>
To preview the first page of the
received fax
1
2
Select the fax you wish to view in the Inbox
window. <Fig. 1>
Select Preview from the File menu of the Message
Centre Inbox window or click the PREVIEW button
on the toolbar.
*e The Preview window will display the first page of -
the selected fax. <Fig. 3>
VIEW button
PREVIEW button
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Receiving faxes on your PC (cont.
Printing received documents
PRINT button
1 Select the document you wish to print in the
Inbox window.
2 Select Print from the File menu or the PRINT
button from the toolbar. <Fig. 1>
e The Print dialog box will appear. <Fig. 2>
3 if you want to change your selected printer or
print setup, select Setup.
® The Print Satun dialog box will a
<Fig. 3>
H you want to use the facsimile unit as a printer,
select Panasonic MFC print from the Printer
list.
Choose the printer you wish to use, by selecting
the OK button.
Enter the number of copies you want to printin
the Copies field, and then select the OK button.
e The Inbox Print dialog box will appear.
<Fig. 4>
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Select the range of faxes you want to print from
the Inbox Print group.
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A. Select Print Selected to print the facsimiles
you selected.
B. Select Print Unprinted to print all the
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C. Select Print All to print all the facsimiles.
8 If you want to delete the selected faxes
automatically after they have been printed,
select the Delete After Printing check box.
О If you want the selected fax scaled to fit within
the size of paper you selected in the Print Setup
dialog box, select Scale To Fit.
1 0 Select the Print button.
xIf you are using Windows 3.1/3.11, the dialog box
images shown will slightly differ from the actual ones.
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Place the document(s) on your fax machine.
<Fig. 1>
For Windows 95 Users:
Select the Start button. Point to Programs, point
to Multi-Function Centre, then click Send From
Fax.
For Windows 3.1/3.11 Users:
Double click Send From Fax in the Multi-Function
Centre program group.
eThe Send From Fax application window will
appear. <Fig. 2>
Enter the name and fax number using the
keyboard or select the desired entry in the address
book currentiy displayed in the Address Book
name box.
You can access the Address Book application by
selecting Addr BK... or the Address Book menu.
eThe Address Book application window will
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If you accessed the Address Book application,
select Exit from the File menu.
Select the Start button in the Send From Fax
application window.
Faxing a document on the facsimile unit
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Making an Address Book
The Address Book is your personal information database for fax and telephone numbers.
To make the Address Book:
1 For Windows 95 Users:
= Select the Start button, Point to Programs, point
to Muiti-Function Centre, then click Address
Book.
For Windows 3.1/3.11 Users:
Double click Address Book in the Mutti-Function
Centre program group.
e An Address Book will be displayed. <Fig. 1>
Click the File menu and select New.
e A New dialog box will be displayed. <Fig. 2>
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3 Enter the File Name. Enter the Address Book
name. Click the OK button.
#The Address Book is made.
To make an entry in the Address
Book:
Click the Open bution,
e The open dialog box will be displayed. «Fig. 3>
Select the desired Address Book and click the OK
button.
Enter or edit the Name, Company, Fax No.,
Telephone No. and Notes.
Click the Add button. <Fig. 4>
e The entry will be added to the Address Book.
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When sending the same document to more than one
location, you can use the list function in the Address
Book. You may select as many locations as you want
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xf you are using Windows 3.1/3.11, the dialog box
images shown will slightly differ from the actual ones.
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Scanning and saving documents
Your facsimile unit can be used as a scanner to enable you tc incorporate image files into other Windows
applications. The scanned file can be saved as an .ALA (image) file, a .TIF, .PCX, .DCX, or BMP file... .... _ __
1 Place the document(s) on your fax machine. | Ч
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? For Windows 95 Users:
Select the Start button. Point to Programs, polnt
to Multi-Function Centre, and then click Viewer.
e The Viewer application window will appear.
For Windows 3.1/3.11 Users:
Double click Viewer in the Multi-Function Centre
eThe Viewer application window will appear.
Select Scan from the File menu. <Fig. 2>
eThe TWAIN Scanner dialog box will appear.
<Fig. 3>
Set the intensity and optimize for the type of
document you are scanning. nn
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Select Scan.
eThe scanned document is displayed in the
Viewer application window.
Select Save As... from the File menu.
eThe Save As dialog box will appear. <Fig. 4>
Enter the file name in the File name text box, and
then select the drive and directory where you want
to store the document.
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Select the OK button.
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x1f you are using Windows 3.1/3.11, the dialog box
images shown will slightly differ from the actual ones.
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Receiving faxes directly to your fax machine =
If you do not want to be disturbed by incoming faxes when using the PC, but want to receive faxes directly to
your facsimile machine, set one of the following.
—Pause your Inbox on the PC.
— Turn off the PC LINK on the facsimile unit.
To pause your Inbox
From the Inbox window select Pause Inbox from the File menu or select the Pause inbox check box on the
Toolbar.
TO turn off the PC LINK on the facsimile unit
*e When this feature is off, any operation from your PC like fax transmissior/reception, scanning, printing or
copying cannot be performed.
1 Press (MENU).
Dial keypad “MEN
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2 Press (#], then (1° (4°. SD as) —
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4 Press i ¥ | or. a : to select "OFF.
e To tum on the PC LINK on the facsimile unit,
select “ON”,
5 Press .START/COPY/SET .
6 Press (MENU),
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Getting help for further information
To obtain information about the Multi- Function Centre applications, use the help function.
For help, follow these steps.
For Windows 95 Users:
Click Programs.
Click Help menu.
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Click the Start button.
Click Multi-Function Centre.
Click the application you need help with.
Click Index or Contents and choose the.
1. In Program manager, double click
Muiti-Function Centre.
Click Help menu.
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. subject you need help with.
subject you need help with.
Functions of the Multi-Function Centre applications
For Windows 3.1/3.11 Users:
Click Index or Contents and choose the
Double click the application you need help with.
Applications
Viewer
Functions
Editing images
eo Clearing portions of an image
¢ Copying to the Windows Clipboard
e Cropping images
eCutting images
eCuiing or copying an entire image
einverting the color of an image
ePasting from the Windows Clipboard
e Stretching and shrinking images
e Symmetrically changing the size of an image
Viewing Images
e Adding an application button to the Action Bar
e Arranging how windows and icons are displayed
e Displaying thumbnails
e Hiding or displaying the Toolbar, Status Bar or - Action Bar
eMagnification, racliirtinng or orientations
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e Next or previous page
e Rotating the image
e Viewing different pages of a multiple page file
e Zooming-—-Sizing the image to the size of the window
e Zooming in a specified area of the image
Copier
eMaking a Copy
e Making multiple copies
e Reducing/enlarging your copy
e Setting up your Copier
e Choosing a printer
Address Book
eo Changing address books
eo Copying Information into the clipboard
e Dialling a voice number
e Pasting information into your address book
e Printing an address book entry or the entire book
e Saving the address book as a file
e Sending a cover page fax
e Using editing key combinations to Cut, Paste, Copy and Undo editing
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Getting help for further information (cont)
“Pp estan
Functions
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Send From Fax
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eCover page—eECreating ano Setting up
e Setting Up Your Personal Information —PC Fax Logo, Telephone Number, and
Night Delivery Time a
e Time/Date stamp on received faxes
e Resending a fax
e Automatically printing incoming faxes
e Loading the Message Centre automatically
Received Faxes
e Inbox Activity Log
e Automatically deleting your faxes after printing
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e Stop receiving faxes on the PC
eManually receiving faxes
eMonitoring the fax line status
ePausing and Resuming the Inbox so that you can run other communications
programs
e Previewing a received fax listed in the Inbox window
e Printing faxes
e Saving faxes
eViewing the list of received faxes
eStamping received facsimiles with the time/date received
eViewing faxes
Sending Faxes
eViewing the list of outgoing faxes
e Resending undelivered facsimiles
e Changing the destination fax number or delivery schedule
e Unsuccessful dialling attempts
Cancelling Faxes
e Pause and Resume sending facsimiles’
e Deleting facsimiles
e Monitoring the Fax line status
eViewing the Outbox queue
eOutbox Activity Log
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e Adding the current addressee to an Address Book
e Changing Address Books
e Choosing the Resolution
e Phone Number (addressing your fax)
e Sending a fax to multiple recipients (Specify To: Cc: Faxes)
eSending a fax while you are doing other work on your PC
eSending a fax with a cover page
® Sending a fax without a cover page
e Setting up your scanner
e Sorting the Address Book
e Speciftying a distribution list as your fax destination
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Finder e Deleting files
e Printing, viewing and faxing files
e Searching for files
Launch Pad e Adding an application to your Launch Pad icon bar
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e Automatically activating the Launch Pad
e Making your Launch Pad icon bar always visible on your desktop
e Remaving an annlication from the Launch Pad
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Troubleshooting
Error messages on the display ——
If the unit detects a problem, one or more of the following messages will appear on the display:
= DISPLAY MESSAGE
CAUSE & REMEDY
| CALL SERVICE
|
e There is something wrong with the unit. Contact our service personnel.
E PY a
e The front cover ls open, Close it.
a ==
| CHECK COVER |
| CHECK DOCUMENT | eThe document is not fed into the unit properly. Reinsert the document. If
misfeeding occurs frequently, clean the document feeder rollers inside the unit
(p. 105). If the problem remains, adjust the feeder pressure (p. 102).
| CHECX FILM | e The film cartridge is not inserted properly. Reinsert it correctly (p. 103, 104).
| CHECK EVER в: eo The recording paper set lever is released. Push it back to set the lever (p. 11).
CHECK MEMORY
| FAX YN MEMORY
eMemory (telephone numbers, parameters, etc.) has been erased. Re-program.
e The recording paper 1s not installed or the unit ran out of paper. Install paper
(p. 10).
e The recording paper is not fed into the unit properly or has jammed near the
recording paper entrance. Clear the jammed paper (see "When paper has
jammed near the recording paper entrance” on page 101).
Do not install folded or heavily curled paper in the paper tray.
eThe unit has (a) document(s) in memory. See the other message instructions to
print out the document(s).
== —
FAX MEMORY FULL
e The memory is fuli of received documents due to a lack of recording paper or a
recording paper jam. instal paper or clear ine paper jam.
: *When performing memory or multistation transmission, the document being stored
exceeds the memory capacity of the unit. Transmit the entire document by using
manual or automatic transmission.
FILM EMPTY
i FILM NEAR EMPTY
MESSAGE FULL
| NO RESPONSE
| PAPER JAMMED
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eThe film is empty. Repiace the film or film cartridge with a new one (p. 103, 104).
eo The film is slack. Tighten it (see step 8 on page 104) and install again.
e The remaining film can print approx. 10 pages of A4 size documents. Prepare a ===
new film or film cartridge (p. 8). = =
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e There is no room left in memory to record a voice message. Erase some or all of Bea
the messages {p. 29. 56).
: eThe receiving unit is busy or ran out of recording paper. Try again. п ==
e À recording paper jam occurred under the film cartridge. Clear the jammed paper
(p. 100).
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Error messages on the display (cont.)
DISPLAY MESSAGE
| PC FAIL OR BUSY
_ CAUSE & REMEDY
eThe fax function cannot be operated on the PC. The RS232C cable is not
connected correctly, or the software is not running on the PC.
LA
| PLEASE WAIT
eThe unit is checking if the film is set correctly. Wait for a while.
| POLLING ERROR |
e The other fax machine does not have a polling feature. Check with the other
party.
| REDIAL TIME OUT |
e The receiving unit ís busy or ran out of recording paper. Try again.
| REMOVE DOCUMENT |
REMOVE PRINTOUT |
e The document is jammed. Remove the jammed document {p. 102).
eo Attempted to transmit a document longer than 600 mm {23%7). Press the STOP
button and remove the document (p. 102).
Divide the document into two or more sheets and try again.
e There is too much paper on the paper stacker. Remove the printed paper. if the
display message still remains after removing the paper, a paper jam may have
occurred. Remove the jammed paper {see “When paper has jammed near the
recording paper exit” on page 101).
STARTER FILM END | |
eThe starter film is empty. Replace the film or film cartridge with a new one (p. 103,
104).
| TRANSMIT ERROR |
| UNIT OVERHEATED |
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e A transmission error occurred. Try again.
e The unit is too hot. Let it cool down.
Before requesting help
General
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CAUSE & REMEDY
eThe power cord or telephone line cord is not connected. Check the
connections (see page 12). o
i cannot make calls.
The unit does not work.
e The dialling mode setting is wrong. Check the setting (see page
12).
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eDisconnect the unit from the telephone line and connect toa
known working telephone. lf the known working telephone
operates properly, call your service centre to have the unit
гераней, If the known working telephone does not onerate
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properly, consult with your telephone company.
The unit does not ring.
The REDIAL/PAUSE button does
not function properiy.
During programming, ! cannot enter
the remote fax activation code or
the remote operation ID.
Fax transmission
eo The ringer volume is set to OFF. Adjust to a suitable level (see
page 19).
e |f this button is pressed during dialling, a pause will be inserted. If
pressed immediately after a dial tone is obtained, the last number
dialled will be redialled.
e All or part of the number is the same as another code or ID.
Change the number (see pages 47 and 54).
E
| _- PROBLEM
The other party complains that
letters on their received document
are distorted.
The other party complains that dirty
CAUSE & REMEDY
elf your line has special telephone services such as call waiting, the
Service may have been activated during fax transmission, Connect
the unit to a line that does not have such services.
e An extension telephone on the same line is off the hook. Hang up
and try again.
eThe glass or rollers are dirty. Clean them (see page 105). ==
patterns or black lines appear on ===
their recelved documents. =
The other party complains that they | eThe junk mail prohibitor is set to ON. Program their facsimile ===
cannot send documents. number for automatic dialling (see page 36) or set the junk mail ==
prohibitor to OFF (see page 48). ==.
| cannot make an international fax
call.
. ®Add two pauses at the end of the telephone number (see page 40).
e ise {he overseas transmission mode (see page 64).
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Before requesting help (cont.)
Fax reception
CAUSE & REMEDY
| cannot recelve documents
automatically.
eThe receive mode is set to the TEL mode. Set to the ANS/FAX,
TEL/FAX or FAX mode.
e The time to answer the cali may be too tong. Decrease the number
of rings (see pages 61 and 62).
¢ The greeting message is too long. Shorten the message (see page
49).
eo The junk mail prohibitor is set to ON (see page 48).
The recording image is faint.
e The sender transmitted a faint document. Ask them to transmit a
clearer copy of the document.
e The thermal head is dirty. Clean it (see page 105).
The printing quality is poor.
A blank sheet is ejected after the
recelved documents are printed out.
e Some paper has instructions recommending the side to print on.
Try turning over paper.
e The receiving reduction rate is not programmed correctly. Program
the proper reduction rate (see page 66).
PROBLEM
No voice messages have been
recorded in the ANS/FAX mode.
CAUSE & REMEDY
e The memory is full. Erase some or all of the messages (see pages
29 and 56).
| cannot retrieve recorded
messages from a remote telephone.
eMake sure that you use the remote operation iD correctly {see
page 54).
Copying
PROBLEM
A dirty pattern or a black line
appears on the copied documents.
CAUSE & REMEDY
e The glass or rollers are dirty. Clean them (see page 105).
The copled image Is distorted.
The document is not copied
properly.
e The thermal head is dirty. Clean it (see page 105).
® The film is not inserted correctly. insert it correctiy (see pages 103
and 104).
The copied document is blank.
e The film is not inserted correctly. Insert it correctly (see pages 103
and 104).
The printing quality Is poor.
e Some paper has instructions recommending the side to print on.
Try tuming over paper.
A paper jam occurs durlng copying.
e The film is not inserted correctly. insert it Correctly (see pages 103
and 104).
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If a power failure occurs...
When a mains power failure occurs, note the following:
eYou are only able to use the unit as a standard telephone. You can place and receive calls using the handset
and dial keypad only.
e Transmission and reception will be interrupted. Check the transaction by printing a journal report.
e|f fax documents are stored in memory, they will be lost. When power is restored, a power down report will
be printed out stating which contents in memory have been erased.
eif delayed transmission is set and the programmed start time has passed during a power failure,
transmission will be aitempted soon after power is restored.
Power down report
The power down report will be automatically printed out after power is restored.
The report will not be printed out when there are no documents stored in memory.
Power down report sample
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Error codes on your PC when using
Multi-Function Centre software
When using the Muiti-Function Centre software and the printer or scanner function is initiated and an error
occurs, an 8 digit error code will be displayed on the status log window.
See the printer 8 digit error code below and the scanner 8 digit code on page 99.
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Recording paper set lever:
When this digit is “1”, the recording paper set lever is
released. Push it back to set the lever (p. 11}.
Paper jam near the recording paper entrance:
When this digit is “1”, the recording paper is not fed into
the unit properly or has jammed near the recording
paper entrance. To clear, see page 101.
Paper jam under the flim cartridge or too much
paper on the paper stacker:
When this digit is “1”, the recording paper jammed
under the film cartridge or there is too much paper on
the paper stacker. Clear the jammed paper {p. 100) or
remove the printed paper.
Cover open:
When this digit is “17, the top cover is open. Close it.
Flim:
When this digit is “1”, film is empty or the film is not
inserted in the cartridge correctly. Replace the film or
film cartridge with a new one (p. 103) or reinsert the
film correctly by referring to step 8 on page 104.
Unit overheat:
When this digit is "17, the unit is overheated. Leave it to
cool down.
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E Error code for “Scanner not ready.” status:
ojofo] | 010
Document feed:
When this digit is “1”, the document is not fed into
the unit properly. Reinsert the document.
- Document jam:
When this digit is “1”, the document is jammed.
Remove the jammed document (p. 102).
——— Cover open:
When this digit is “1”, the top cover is open. Close it.
For example:
If "1" appears in the 8 digit code, see the corresponding instructions and solve the problem.
e.g. When “Scanner not ready. Error code=00010000" is displayed on the Status Log window:
Cause & remedy—The top cover is open. Close it.
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Clearing a recording paper jam
If the unit does not eject any recording paper during reception or copying, the recording paper has jammed.
Remove the jammed paper by following the display message on this page and page 101.
When paper has jammed under the film cartridge
The display will show the foliowing message:
| PAPER JAMMED |
Remove the jammed paper as follows:
Slide the front cover open lever forward to unlock
the front cover and lift open.
2 Remove the film cartridge.
3 Remove the jammed recording paper.
4 If the film is slack, tighten it by winding the bottom
side gears.
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h Replace the film cartridge by matching the blue
label side of the cartridge with that on the unit,
Close tne front cover securely by pushing down on
both ends.
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When paper has jammed near the recording paper
entrance
The display will show the following message:
| CHECK PAPER :
Remove the jammed paper as follows:
Pull the recording paper set lever forward, then pull out
the jammed recording paper from the recording paper
entrance.
Recording
” paper set
lever
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When paper has jammed near the recording paper exit ——
The display will show the following message:
| REMOVE PRINTOUT |
Remove the jammed paper as follows:
recording paper from the triangular window on the
bottom of the unit.
1 Lift the unit slightly and push out the jammed > T -
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window
2 Remove the jammed recording paper from the
recording paper exit.
eif you cannot remove the jammed paper, remove’
it by following steps 1—4 on page 100.
101
Clearing a document jam = =
If the unit does not release the original document during feeding, remove the document as follows:
1 Slide the front cover open lever forward to unlock Front cover
the front cover and lift open.
Remove the jammed document carefully.
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Close the front cover securely by pushing down on
both ends.
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the front cover and lift open.
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instrument with a pointed end, like a clip or
ball-point pen.
Position A: When documents do not feed
Position B: Standard position (pre-selected)
Position C: When documents multiple feed
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Routine care
Checking the remaining film
Press (FILM REMAINING while the unit is idle. The display indicates the approximate amount of remaining
film.
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When the film indicator points to this position, the remaining film will print up to
20 pages of A4 size documents. Prepare a new film or film cartridge for
replacement.
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film or film cartridge.
The film is empty. Replace the film or film cartridge with a new one.
To order replacement parts, see page 8.
1
2
Slide the front cover open lever forward to unlock
the front cover and lift open.
Hemove ihe fiim cartridge.
elf you have purchased a film cartridge (Model no.
KX-FA135X) for replacement, skip to step 9.
e To replace only the film, go to step 3.
Unlock the four gears by (@)) pulling the top side
gears (blue and green) forward and (6) pushing
hack the bottom side agars {areen). Remove the
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used film.
Caution:
eo The film is not reusable. You can order a new
film for replacement through your nearest
authorized Panasonic dealer.
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Front cover
open lever
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103
Replacing the film or film cartridge (cont.)
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Insert the blue gear into the blue core of the
new film.
Insert the three green gears into the remaining
cores of the new film,
Insert the film into the cartridge so that the blue
gear matches the blue label on the cartridge.
Lock the four gears of the film by (3) pushing
back the top side gears and (®) pulling the
bottom side gears forward until they lock into
place.
elf the film is slack, tighten it by winding the
bottom side gears.
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Insert the film cartridge by matching the blue
label on the cartridge with that on the unit.
on both ends.
e The unit will check that the film is set correctly
and the following message will be displayed:
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elf the following message is displayed, the film
is not inserted correctly:
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Cleaning the document feeder unit
If misfeeding occurs frequently or dirty patterns or black bands appear on a copied or transmitted document,
clean the document feeder rollers, sub roller, rubber flap, white plate and giass.
1 Disconnect the power cord and the telephone line Е
cord. ront cover Rubber flap
Slide the front cover open lever forward to unlock
the front cover and lift open.
Clean the document feeder rollers, sub roller and
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rubbing alcohol, and let dry thoroughly.
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cloth.
Close the front cover by gently pressing down on
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both ends.
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cord. ; Glass N
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To White plate
Caution:
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eDo not use paper products (such as paper towels
| or tissues) to clean the inside of the unit.
Cleaning the thermal head
If dirty patterns or black bands appear on a copied or received document, clean the thermal head.
1 Disconnect the power cord and the telephone line
card. Thermal head
2 Slide the front cover open lever forward to unlock
the front cover and lift open.
3 Clean the thermal head with a cloth moistened with
isopropy! rubbing alcohol, and let dry thoroughly.
Ciose the front cover by geniiy pressing down on
both ends.
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cord, :
Caution:
eTo prevent a malfunction due to static electricity,
do not use a dry cioth and do not touch the
thermal head directly with your finger.
Do not push on the black cover. |
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General Information
Important information =
APPROVED Tor connection to \
| telecommuñicatron systems
| specified ixThe instructions for use
subject to the conditions set out in |
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The connection to the telecommunication systems
must not be hard wired and must be unplugged
before the earth is disconnected.
Method of connection
This apparatus is connected to the exchange line
or PABX/PMBX extension by the new standard
British Telecom plug and socket. Arrangements for
provision of this type of termination can be made
through the nearest British Telecom Sales Office.
This apparatus may be connected to the foilowing
types of installation. This apparatus has been
approved for use under the following conditions;
a} For connection to the public switched telephone
network (PSTN) and compatible (Private
Branch Exchange), which use loop disconnect
signalling and DTMF signalling. (Please consult
your supplier for an up to date list of compatible
PBX's.)
b) The apparatus can be used on extension
sockets connected to a direct exchange iine
(D. E.L).
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Tnis apparatus is Suitanie for connection
telecommunication system directly or via
compatible private branch exchange as an
extension.
The supplier of the apparatus should be
consulted for an up to date list of PBX's with
which the apparatus is compatible.
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It cannot be guaranteed that the apparatus will
operate under all possible conditions of
connection to compatible PBX's 7
eThis apparatus is suitable for connection to a
PBX with or without initial proceed indication.
This apparatus is suitable for connection to a
PBX with or without secondary proceed
indication.
Any cases of difficulty should be referred in the
first instance to the supplier of the apparatus.
d) The apparatus must not be connected in the
following manner:
— As an extension to a pay phone
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—AS a party line with snare
service
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This apparatus has been approved for the use of
the following facilities:
Integrated Telephone System
1) Simple telephone facility
2) Auto-calling
3} Last number redial
4) PBX time break: Selectable time break/earth
recall for PBX
5) Loop disconnect signalling
6) DTMF signalling
7) Speaker-phone
Answering and Recording System
1) 2-step caller's recording time: LONG/SHORT
2) Monitoring a telephone call
3) Remote tuming on the ANS/FAX mode
4) Auto disconnect
Facsimite System
1) MODEM facility
Any other usage will invalidate the approval of the
apparatus if as a result, it then ceases to conform
to the standards against which approval was
granted.
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) ~
This relates to the performance of the apparatus
when used in combination with other tems of
apparatus. it enables the calculation of the
maximum number of items of apparatus that may
be connected simulitanaously to the line by
summing the REN values of cach tem. ABT
supplied instrument has a REN value of 1 unless
otherwise marked. A maximum REN value of 4
should not be exceeded. The REN value of this
apparatus is 1.0.
The approval of this apparatus for connection to
the telecommunication systems is invalidated if the
apparatus is subject to any modification in any
material way not authorised by BABT or R is used
With or connected to Internal software thtat has not -
been formaily accepted by BABT.
Al apparatus connected to the facsimile machine
and thereby connected directly or indirectly to
telecommunication systems must be approved
apparatus as defined in Section 22 of the British
Telecommunication Act 1984.
999 or 112 can be dialled on the apparatus for
the purposes of making outgoing calls to the
BT Emergency (999 or 112) Service.
NOTES:
elf you experience any problems with the normal
use of your apparatus, you should unplug it from
the telephone outlet and connect a known
working telephone in its place. If the known
working telephone still gives problems, then
please contact the customer service department
of your PSTN operator (e.g. BT etc.). 1f it
operates properly, then the problems are likely to
be a fault in your apparatus. In this case, consult
your supplier for advice.
eYour PSTN operator may charge you if they
atiend a service call that is not due to apparatus
supplied by them.
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89/336/EEC
92/31/EEC
93/68/EEC
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Fitting a plug to the mains lead
This appliance is supplied with 2a moulded three pin TANT:
mains plug for your safety and convenience. The wires in this mains lead are coloured in
A 5 amp fuse is fitted in this plug. accordance with the following code:
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure - Green-and-Yellow: Earth
that the replacement fuse has a rating of 5 amps Biue: Neutra! )
and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362. Brown: Live
Check for the ASTA mark «> or the BSI As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this
appliance may not correspond with the coloured
mark `` on the body of the fuse. - markings identifying the terminals in your plug,
proceed as follows.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you
must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is Tha wire which is coloured GREEN-AND-YELL OW
replaced. must be connected to the terminal in tha plug
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be which is marked with the letter E or by the Earth
used until a replacement cover is obtained. symbol L or coloured GREEN or GREEN-AND-
À replacement fuse cover can be purchased from YELLOW.
your locai Panasonic dealer.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS ; connected to the terminal in the plug which is . . ]
UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK. o
YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE
REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND The wire which is coloured BROWN must be
DISPOSED OF SAFELY. III connected to the terminal In the plug w which i is
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL marked with the letter L or coloured RED. 022
"SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED |
INTO ANY 13 AMP SOCKET. E. How to replace the fuse: Open the fuse
compartment with a screwdriver and replace the
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the fuse and fuse cover.
wiring code as shown below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified
electrician.
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CONDITIONS OF GUARANTEE
This guarantee is in addition to and does not in any way affect any statutory or other rights of consumer
purchasers. If within the applicable guarantee period, the appliance proves to be defective by reason of
faulty design, workmanship or materials, we undertake subject to the following conditions to have the
| defective appliance (Or any pan or parts (nere of) repaired Of replaced free ©! спа! Че.
1. The appliance shall have been purchased and used solely within the UK and in accordance with ~~
standard operating instructions and the technical and/or Safety Standards required in the UK.
. The purchaser will within 7 days of purchase complete the included card and send it to us for
registration. Failure to return such card could result in delay in providing the guarantee service.
. The appliance should be returned together with this guarantee and proof of date of purchase promptly
on being found defective at the purchaser's risk and expense to the authorized dealer from whom the
appliance was purchased or to the nearest authorized dealer. All enquiries must be through such
dealers.
This guarantee shall not apply to damage caused through fire, accident, lightning, misuse, wear and
tear, neglect, incorrect adjustment or repair, to damage caused through installation, adaption,
modification or use in an improper manner or inconsistent with the technical and/or safety standards
required in the country where this appliance is used, or to damage occurred during transit to or from
the purchaser.
. If at any time during the guarantee period any part or parís of the appliance are replaced with a part
or parts not supplied or approved by us or of an objective quality safe and suitable for the appliance,
or the appliance nas been dismantied Or repaired Dy any person not authorized Oy US, We Sian nave
the right to terminate this guarantee In whole or in part immediately without further notice.
. The purchaser’s sole and exclusive remedy under this guarantee against us is for the repair or
replacement of the appliance or any defective part or paris and no other remedy, including, but not
limited to, incidental or consequential damage or loss of whatsoever nature shall be available to the
purchaser.
This guarantee shall not apply to cassette tapes, batteries and any other items of limited natural life.
Our decision on all matters relating to complaints shall be final. Any appliance or defective part which
has been replaced shall become our property.
The guarantee perlod applicable to this product shall be 12 months.
Please keep these Operating Instructions with your receipt.
Panasonic Business Systems U.K.
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Receipt No. Date of Purchase
Model No. KX-F1830E Serial No.
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Specifications
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12.
Applicable Lines:
Document Size:
Effective Scanning Width:
Recording Paper Size:
Effective Printing Width:
Transmission Time*:
Scanning Density:
Halftone Level:
. Scanner Type:
Printer Type:
Data Compression System:
Modem Speed:
13. Operating Environment:
17.
18.
“Transmission speed depends on the contents of the pages,
resolution, telephone line conditions and capability of the
receiving unit. The 8 second speed is based upon the CCITT
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Mass (Weight):
Power Consumption:
Power Supply:
Memory Capacity:
No.1 Test Chart.
“Recording time may be reduced by the calling party's
background noise.
Based on the CCITT No. 1 Test Chart in standard resolution
when the Error Correction Mode is set to OFF.
Note:
e Any detalis given in these instructions are subject to change without notice.
Public Switched Telephone Network
Max. 216 mm (8%) in width
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Max. 600 mm (23%") in iength
208 mm (8467
A4: 210 x 297 mm {8727 X 1114s")
202 mm (7167)
Approx. 8 s/page (Original mode)
Approx. 20 s/page (G3 Normal mode)
Horizontal: 8 pels/mm (203 pelsAinch)
Vertical: 3.85 lines/mm (98 lines/inch) — Standard mode
7.7 ines/mm (196 lines/inch)—Fine/Halftone mode
15.4 lines/mm (552 linesinch)—Supertine mode
64-level
CCD image sensor
Thermal printing
Modified Huffman (MH), Modified READ (MR),
Modified Modified READ (MMR)
14400/12000/9600/7200/4800/24C0 bps; Automatic Fallback
5-35 °C {41-95 °F), 20-80 % RH (Relative Humidity)
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Approx. 5.2 kg (11.4 Ib.)
Standby: Approx. 7.0 W
Transmission: Approx. 16 W
Reception: Approx. 38 W
Copy: Approx. 52 W
Maximum: Approx. 160 W
220-240 V AC, 50 Hz
Voice memory"": Approx. 18 minutes of recording time including the
areetinao mescaneo
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Approx. 2B pages mamory reception
Approx. 25 pages memory transmission
Fax memory**":
CCITT No. 1 Test Chart
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One-touch dialling list
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[Memory | Namerrelephone No. | Memory” Name/Telephone No. |
10 (LOWER. 1)
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3 В 1 12 (COWER | 3) a | |
4 48 TOWER" 4)
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One-touch dialling list
station No. Name/Telephone No. Sto No. Name/Telephone No.
1 10 (LOWER) 1)
2 11 (LOWER) 2)
3 12 (LOWER 3)
4 13 (LOWER : 4)
5 14 (LOWER) 5)
6 15 (LOWER) 6)
7 16 (LOWER; 7)
8 17 (LOWER 8)
9 18 (LOWER 9)
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Speed dialling list
Name/Telephone No.
Name/Telephone No. : Name/Telephone No.
No.
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
577
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Speed dialling list
Name/Telephone No. Name/Telephone No. o Name/Teiephone No.
No
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
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Index
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Address Book .................. 79, 88, 91
Advancedfeatures .................... 60
Hesetting ........ecemenerorananana 74
ALL MESSAGES button ............ 28, 30
ANS/FAX гтюобе .................... 24 26
ANS/FAX ring count. .........eeeeaxarea. 61
Automatic dialling .................. 36, 37
AUTO RECEIVE button ............ 24, 26
AUTO RECEIVE mode .......... 24, 26, 32
Basic features ............5 к.кв... к. 60.
BROAD CAST key ................ 44, 45
Call counter ........... e .eeeeexsrnzo 28
Caller's recording time. ........ece.—ew—er 63
CHECK Button .......r_ce.a.ereczamzozn … 50
Cleaning 1.244.220 0000 202 a a sa a 0 ex 105
Communication messages ............2.. 77
COpier . ....eceer=xexaanoeraaraezaro 79, 91
COPY button. ........ creat ca. 20
Cover page ...er—...essveeerxmanarerema 46
Date and time ......_.eoe_eeemxoexonomoroo 15
Delayed transmission .................. 42
DELETEKeY ..... citer iii eae cea 16
Dialling mode ...... cocci... 12
DIGITAL SP-PHONE button ............ 18
DIRECTORY button ................ 37, 38
Display contrast ................. c= „ 67
Document [am ....... eoerremeormano 102
Document size ....e-<x.ror-exmenorx 110
Documents (the unit can feed) .......... 21
ECM communication LL 2e sea aa aa 200 un 0 74
Electronic telephone directory .......... 38
ERASE button .................... 29, 50
Error message ......... 5.5.2.25... 93, 94
Extension COPY .........010105075 0000 FRA . 58
Facsimile telephone number ............ 17
Fax auto redial .......— era ккс кк к кк... 37
FAX mode ......._._.e—_eoaxccareoerne 24, 32
FAX PAGer 1.112.020 e ere ne ne asus 22 2 _. 72
FAXringcount ....................... -. 62
Fax voice guidance .......... 22, 23, 25, 70
Feature list... .... cc cocina ca 75
Feeder pressure...........eeomrróa = 102
Film detection ........ee.— e -.xesracózo — 73
Film/Film cartridge, replacing ...... 103, 104
Film/Paper save reception .............. 65
FILM REMAINING button... ........... 103
Finder ... hr i ii cers ara en € 79, 92
Friendly reception 25, 70
Greeting messages ..........—_.e._ceér. —-. 49
HELP button .......-.—e==:=ex22xe2... Xena 14 0
HYPHEN key {+1
ICM monitor ....... Cee aera 71
INSERT key ........ icc. wren 16
Journal auto print ......... ....eeeomeeer 76
Journal report... LL eas. 2. 75,77
Junk mail prohibitor ........... RER 48
Launch pad. .........._—.—.—.—e... es. 79, 92
Logo ..........-. кет иика ее ак алка м .... 16
Logo nrint nosition ............ec—meee.. 64
LOWER key ...om.eernoononoooooooa 36, 37
MANUAL RECEIVE mode .....—...—. 24,34
Memory reception alest ...............?. 68
Memory transmission ........_eerresmoe-. 43
MEMO/2WAY REC button .............. 31
— Message alert ........._—._eesemexarexes 67
Message Centre ........c...., .. 79, 84, 92
Message transfer ............recexrmar . 52
Multi Transmission report” ......... ..... 45°
MUTE button. ...... coi cients vere .-18
NEW MESSAGES button
One-touch dialling... ............... 36, 37
One-touch memory keys ........ 16, 36, 37
Overseas transmission mode. ........... 64
PAUSE button .........ee_eeeeeeenvoza 40
PC Link ......e.enenenerererececana ... 90
Polling ..... cers mmm remy mena DT
Power down report fee tetera rans BZ.
QUICK button Aer aa ea Le ee ae eee ex 220 30
REC button ............... Lea sa eu ere 49
RECALL Button. ......-—.—-.2..:02:2:25a1c.sxa 40
Recall mode re 89.
Recelving reduction .........ee—r=2e——... 56
Recording paper jam 100, 101
“ Recording paper size .............. 10, 110
“ Recording time alert....................68
Recording time for
ANS/FAX greetingmessage .......... 71
REDIAL button ..........-—e——»===x2e==== 40... —
Reduction copy. .......... o... aka . 59
Remote fax activation code ............ 47
Remote operation ID .................. 54
REPEAT button -.........._esresrxeerraxa 30
Reserving transmission ................ 46
RESOLUTION button .................. 20.
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Index (cont.)
S SECRET key .. | res a
SELECT button .........…...….-... 4,50... —-
Send From Fax ............ .... 73,87, 92 …
Silent fax recognition ring -.. 63
SKIP button .......e....e eee.
SLOW button
SPACE key
Speed dialling. ........ cocina. 38, 37
Summary of user
programmable features
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TEL/FÁX mode.............. 24,33, 34,35 0.
Toll saver o | |
TONE button. ........w—.—.—... nee... 40 ee 2
Transmission report E.
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Voice contact ........... Lan as.2 11002 39 |
Voice guide ......... TEE … 23
Voice time/day stamp .................. 28
VOLUME button ................ 15, 18, 19 |
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Panasonic Business Systems U.K.
Panasonic House, Willoughby Road, Bracknell,
Berkshire RG12 8FP
Printed in the United Kingdom
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