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Panasonic KXFC195GRG Operating Instructions
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Operating Instructions
Model No.
KX-FC195GR
Please read these Operating
Instructions before using the unit
and save for future reference.
This model is designed to be
used only in Greece.
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Location of Controls
How to use the operating instructions
When following operating instructions, always keep the front cover page (next page) open so that you will
find easy reference to the buttons.
OPEN
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Location of controls
Please keep this page open when following operating instructions.
Base unit
KL
D
BC
C
EF
M
A
B
J
A
NO
D
F
E
G H
ON
BROADCAST
OFF
G
T
PQ
RS
UV
WX
MESSAGE(S)
HI
RECORD ER
ERASE
ASE
LOCATOR/
LOCATOR/
HOLD
COPY
YZ
MIC
DIGITAL
SP-PHONE
R
PLAY MESSAGES
AUTO
ANSWER
SLOW
QUICK
REDIAL
REDI
MUTE
VOLUME
MENU
STOP
NAVIG
VIGATOR
TOR
PREV
NEX T
FAX/START
HELP
HE
SET
SE
AUSE
PAUSE
I
J
Keys
AUTO ANSWER F
BROADCAST G
COPY P
DIGITAL SP-PHONE L
ERASE D
FAX/START Q
HELP N
K
L
N OP Q
M
LOCATOR/HOLD H
MENU O
MUTE K
NAVIGATOR M
PLAY MESSAGES E
QUICK B
RI
R
RECORD C
REDIAL/PAUSE J
SET Q
SLOW A
START Q
STOP R
VOLUME M
Handset
A
B
C
D
F
G
E
I
H
Keys
k (Phonebook) A
C (Talk) B
Navigator C
R (Redial/Pause) D
R (Recall) E
j (Menu/OK) F
ih (Off/Power) G
C (Clear) H
INT (Intercom) I
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Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic fax machine.
Things you should keep a record of
Attach your sales receipt here.
For your future reference
Date of purchase
Serial number
(found on the rear of the unit)
Dealer’s name and address
Dealer’s telephone number
Caution:
L Note that the images of copied or received documents will remain on the used ink film. Use discretion
when disposing of the used ink film.
L Do not rub or use an eraser on the printed side of recording paper, as the print may smear.
L In the event of problems, you should contact your equipment supplier in the first instance.
L This equipment is designed for use on the Greece analogue telephone network.
Declaration of Conformity:
We, Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd., declare that this equipment is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
If you want to get a copy of the original Declaration of Conformity of our products which relates to the
R&TTE, please contact to our web address:
http://doc.panasonic-tc.de
Copyright:
L This manual is copyrighted by Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. (PCC) 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 PCC and its licensee.
© Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. 2003
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For Best Performance
For Best Performance
For best performance
Battery charge
Place the handset on the cradle of the base
unit for about 7 hours before initial use.
Operating distance and noise
Calls are transmitted between the base unit and
the handset using wireless radio waves.
For maximum distance and noise-free
operation, we recommend the following:
A
B
C
L For details, see page 18.
A Placing the unit away from electrical
appliances such as a TV, radio, personal
computer or another phone.
B Placing the unit in a HIGH and CENTRAL
location with no obstructions such as
walls.
C Raising the antenna vertically.
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Safety Instructions
Safety Instructions
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 power 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 bathtub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or
the like.
5. Place the unit securely on a stable surface.
Serious damage and/or injury may result if
the unit falls.
6. Do not cover slots and openings on the 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 provided.
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. For safety purposes this unit is equipped with
a grounded plug. If you do not have this type
of outlet, please have one installed. Do not
defeat this safety feature by tampering with
the plug.
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 power 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 unit. Take the unit to an
authorised service centre when service is
required. Opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltages or other
risks. Incorrect reassembly can cause
electric shock when the unit is subsequently
used.
13. Unplug this unit from power outlets and refer
servicing to an authorised service centre
when the following conditions occur:
4
A. When the power cord is damaged or
frayed.
B. If liquid has been spilled into the unit.
C. If the unit has been exposed to rain or
water.
D. If the unit does not work normally by
following the operating instructions.
Adjust only controls covered by the
operating instructions. Improper
adjustment may require extensive work
by an authorised service centre.
E. If the unit has been dropped or physically
damaged.
F. If 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:
L Never install telephone wiring during a
lightning storm.
L Never install telephone jacks in wet locations
unless the jack is specifically designed for
wet locations.
L Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or
terminals unless the telephone line has been
disconnected at the network interface.
L Use caution when installing or modifying
telephone lines.
WARNING:
L To prevent the risk of fire or electrical shock,
do not expose this product to rain or any type
of moisture.
OTHER INFORMATION:
L Keep the unit away from electrical noise
generating devices, such as fluorescent
lamps and motors.
L The unit should be kept free from dust, high
temperature and vibration.
L The unit should not be exposed to direct
sunlight.
L Do not place heavy objects on top of this unit.
L Do not touch the plug with wet hands.
L This unit should not be used near
emergency/intensive care medical
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Safety Instructions
equipment and should not be used by people
with pacemakers.
CAUTION:
Battery
To reduce the risk of fire or injury to persons,
read and follow these instructions.
L Use only the battery(ies) specified.
L Do not dispose of the battery(ies) in a fire.
They may explode. Check with local waste
management codes for special disposal
instructions.
L Do not open or mutilate the battery(ies).
Released electrolyte is corrosive and may
cause burns or injury to the eyes or skin. The
electrolyte may be toxic if swallowed.
L Do not let the battery(ies) come in contact
with conductive materials such as rings,
bracelets and keys or the battery(ies) and/or
conductor may overheat and cause burns.
L Charge the battery(ies) provided with or
identified for use with this product only in
accordance with the instructions and
limitations specified in this manual.
Safety Caution
The ringer tone is reproduced through the
earpiece. To avoid damage to hearing, first
answer the call, then hold the phone to the ear.
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction and
Installation
1. Table of Contents
Accessories
1.1 Included accessories..........................8
1.2 Accessory information ........................9
Finding the Controls
1.3 Overview .......................................... 10
1.4 Description of base unit buttons ....... 10
1.5 Description of handset buttons......... 11
1.6 Description of handset display ......... 11
Installation (Base Unit)
1.7 Before installation .............................12
1.8 Ink film .............................................. 12
1.9 Paper tray .........................................14
1.10 Metal recording paper guide............. 14
1.11 Recording paper............................... 15
Installation (Handset)
1.12 Battery installation ............................15
1.13 Battery replacement ......................... 15
1.14 Turning the handset power on/off ..... 16
Caller ID (Handset Only)
3.9 Caller ID service (Handset only)....... 30
3.10 Viewing and calling back using caller
information (Handset only) ............... 31
3.11 Storing caller information into the
phonebook (Handset only) ............... 32
4. Fax
Sending Faxes
4.1 Sending a fax manually .................... 33
4.2 Documents you can send ................. 34
4.3 Sending a fax using the navigator
directory ........................................... 34
4.4 Broadcast transmission .................... 35
Receiving Faxes
4.5 Receiving a fax manually.................. 36
4.6 Receiving a fax automatically ........... 37
4.7 Receive polling (retrieving a fax placed
on another fax machine)................... 38
5. Copy
2. Preparation
Connections and Setup
2.1 Connections .....................................17
2.2 Battery charge ..................................18
Help Button
2.3 Base unit help function .....................19
Volume
2.4 Adjusting handset volume ................ 19
2.5 Adjusting base unit volume............... 20
Initial Programming
2.6 Date and time ...................................21
2.7 Your logo...........................................22
2.8 Your fax number ............................... 24
3. Telephone
Making and Answering Calls
3.1 Making phone calls...........................25
3.2 Answering phone calls......................26
3.3 Handset locator ................................27
Automatic Dialling (Handset)
3.4 Storing names and telephone numbers
into the phonebook...........................27
3.5 Making a phone call using the
phonebook........................................28
3.6 Hot key ............................................. 28
Automatic Dialling (Base Unit)
3.7 Storing names and telephone numbers
into the navigator directory ............... 29
3.8 Making a phone call using the navigator
directory............................................30
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Copying
5.1 Making a copy ..................................39
6. Answering Device
Greeting
6.1 Recording your greeting message.... 41
Memo Message
6.2 Leaving a message for others or
yourself ............................................. 41
Incoming Messages
6.3 Listening to recorded messages ...... 42
Remote Operation
6.4 Operating from a remote location ..... 43
Voice Mailbox
6.5 Allowing callers to leave private
messages ......................................... 44
6.6 Recording your mailbox greeting
messages ......................................... 45
6.7 Listening to recorded mailbox
messages ......................................... 45
6.8 Listening to recorded mailbox
messages from a remote location .... 46
Option
6.9 Transferring recorded messages to
another telephone ............................ 46
7. Programmable Features
Features (Base Unit)
7.1 Base unit programming .................... 48
7.2 Basic features...................................48
7.3 Advanced features............................49
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Features (Handset)
7.4 Handset programming ......................52
7.5 Handset programming using the base
unit PIN............................................. 57
8. Options
Multi - Units
8.1 Operating additional units................. 59
8.2 Registering a handset to a base unit 59
8.3 Selecting the ringer mode ................ 60
8.4 Intercom between handsets ............. 61
8.5 Transferring calls between handsets/
Conference call.................................61
9. Help
Error Messages
9.1 Error messages – Reports ............... 62
9.2 Error messages – Base unit display . 62
Frequently Asked Questions
9.3 When a function does not work, check
here .................................................. 63
Jams
9.4 Recording paper jam ........................ 67
9.5 Document jams – sending................ 69
Cleaning
9.6 Document feeder cleaning................ 70
9.7 Thermal head cleaning.....................70
10.General Information
Printed Reports
10.1 Reference lists and reports .............. 72
Specifications
10.2 Technical data about this product..... 73
11.Index
11.1 Index................................................ 76
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1. Introduction and Installation
1 Introduction and Installation
1.1 Included accessories
No.
Item
Quantity
Specifications
1
Power cord
1
----------
2
Telephone line cord
1
----------
3
Cordless handset
1
----------
4
Battery cover
1
----------
5
Rechargeable batteries
2
6
Paper tray
1
----------
7
Metal recording paper guide
1
----------
8
Ink film (10 metres long)
1
9
Operating instructions
1
----------
j
Quick start sheet
1
----------
AAA size
prints about 28 A4-sized pages.*1
*1 For replacement film, see page 9.
Note:
L If any items are missing or damaged, check with the place of purchase.
L Save the original carton and packing materials for future shipping and transportation of the unit.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
j
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1.2 Accessory information
1.2.1 Available accessories
Model No.
Item
Specifications/Usage
KX-FA55X
Replacement film*1
2 rolls – 216 mm × 50 m (Each roll will print
about 140 A4-sized pages.)
P03P
Rechargeable batteries
Nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) batteries.
P03H
Rechargeable batteries
Nickel cadmium (Ni-Cd) batteries.
KX-A142EX
Additional handset*2
----------
*1 We recommend that you buy a full-size replacement film for continuous use of your unit. Please use
genuine Panasonic replacement film. The ink film is not reusable. Do not rewind and use the ink
film again.
*2 Additional handsets have answering device controls printed on their cases, however, remote
operation of the base unit’s answering device is not possible.
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1. Introduction and Installation
1.3.2 Handset
Finding the Controls
1.3 Overview
1
1.3.1 Base unit
1
2
3 4 56 78
2
1 Receiver
2 Microphone
1.4 Description of base
unit buttons
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
9 j
kl mn
1 Speaker
2 Document guides
3 Paper tray
4 Metal recording paper guide
5 Recording paper entrance
6 Recording paper exit
7 Tension plate
8 Antenna
9 Front cover
j Document exit
k Microphone
l Document entrance
m Green button (Back cover release button)
n Back cover
A {SLOW}
L To slow down message playback (page
42).
B {QUICK}
L To speed up message playback (page
42).
C {RECORD}
L To record your greeting message (page
41).
D {ERASE}
L To erase messages (page 42).
E {PLAY MESSAGES}
L To play messages (page 42).
F {AUTO ANSWER}
L To turn on/off the auto answer setting
(page 36, 37).
G {BROADCAST}
L To transmit a document to multiple parties
(page 35).
H {LOCATOR/HOLD}
L To locate the handset (page 27).
L To put a call on hold (page 26).
I {R}
L To access special telephone services or
for transferring extension calls.
J {REDIAL/PAUSE}
L To redial the last number dialled from the
base unit (page 26).
L To insert a pause during dialling.
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K {MUTE}
L To mute your voice to the other party
during a conversation. Press this button
again to resume the conversation.
L {DIGITAL SP-PHONE}
L For speakerphone operation (page 26,
27).
M {NAVIGATOR}{VOLUME}
L To adjust volume (page 20).
L To search for a stored entry (page 30, 34).
L To select features or feature settings
during programming (page 48).
L To navigate to the next operation.
N {HELP}
L To print a quick reference (page 19).
O {MENU}
L To initiate or exit programming.
P {COPY}
L To initiate copying (page 39).
Q {FAX/START}{SET}
L To initiate fax transmission or reception.
L To store a setting during programming.
R {STOP}
G {ih} (Off/Power)
L To turn power on/off (page 16).
L To hang up (page 25, 26).
L To stop viewing caller information (page
31).
L To exit programming.
H {C} (Clear)
L To clear a digit (page 21).
I {INT} (Intercom)
L To page or locate another handset.
1.6 Description of handset
display
Icons
Icons are used to show the status of the handset.
The icons and their meanings are as follows.
Icon
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
Within range of base unit.
w
0w4
(flashing)
L To stop an operation or programming.
1.5 Description of handset
buttons
Meaning
The handset is in use (e.g.
intercom mode).
x
0x4
(flashing)
0
4
Setting mode.
B {C} (Talk)
L To adjust volume (page 19).
L To search for a stored entry (page 28).
L To select features or feature settings
during programming (page 52).
L To view caller information (page 31).
D {R} (Redial/Pause)
L To redial one of the last 10 numbers
dialled from the handset (page 25).
L To insert a pause during dialling.
Incoming call notification.
Phonebook mode.
L To access the phonebook (page 28).
L To make/answer calls (page 25, 26).
The handset is being paged.
Making or answering calls.
A {k} (Phonebook)
C Navigator
Out of range / No registration /
No power on base unit.
0677794
(flashing)
Battery strength is high (when
the handset is on the base unit).
67779
Battery strength is high (when
the handset is off the base unit).
68779
Battery strength is medium.
68879
Battery strength is low.
0688794
(flashing)
Needs to be charged.
Call BAR on (page 54).
E {R} (Recall)
L To access special telephone services or
for transferring extension calls.
Direct call on (page 55).
F {j} (Menu/OK)
L To initiate programming.
L To store a setting during programming.
L To lock/unlock the handset buttons (page
25).
Key lock on (page 25).
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Icon
1.7.2 Raising the antenna
Meaning
Ringer volume off (page 19).
Raise the antenna vertically.
Digital symbols
The characters are shown on the handset
display as follows.
1.8 Ink film
1.8.1 Installing the ink film
1
Open the front cover (1) by pulling up the
centre part (2).
Installation (Base Unit)
2
1.7 Before installation
1.7.1 Removing the shipping
tape
Remove the shipping tape (1).
1
1
2
Release the back cover by pushing the green
button (1) on the right side of the unit.
OR
Release the back cover by pushing the green
lever (2) in the unit.
1
2
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3
Open the back cover (1).
L Make sure that the ink film is wrapped
around the blue core (2) at least once.
1
Correct
2
4
Tight
Insert the blue core of the front ink film roll
(1) into the right slot of the unit (2). Insert
the gear with the blue core (3) into the left
slot of the unit (4). Insert the rear ink film roll
(5).
L The ink film is safe to touch, and will not
rub off on your hands like carbon paper.
3
1 turn
Incorrect
The ink film is not wrapped
around the blue core.
5
Slack/Crease
4
2
Reverse
1
5
Turn the gear with the blue core (1) in the
direction of the arrow.
6
Close the back cover securely (1) by
pushing down on the dotted area at both
ends (2). Close the front cover securely
(3).
2
1
1
3
1.8.2 Replacing the ink film
The included film roll is a complimentary starter
ink film. To ensure that the unit operates
properly, we recommend the use of Panasonic
replacement film. See page 9 for accessory
information.
L We cannot be responsible for any damage to
the unit or degradation of print quality which
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may occur from the use of non-Panasonic
replacement film.
1
Open the covers (see steps 1 to 3 on page
12).
2
Pull out the blue gear (1) and remove the
used ink film (2). Remove the used core
(3).
1.9 Paper tray
Insert the tab (1) on the paper tray (2) into the
slot on the back of the unit (3).
2
1
3
3
2
1
3
Remove the stoppers (1) and tags (2) from
the new ink film (3).
2
1
1.10 Metal recording paper
guide
3
4
Attach the metal recording paper guide (1) into
the slots on the recording paper exit (2).
1
1
Insert the ink film and close the covers (see
steps 4 to 6 on page 13).
2
L The recording paper will be ejected from the
top of the unit after printing. The metal
recording paper guide prevents the printed
paper from curling.
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1. Introduction and Installation
Installation (Handset)
1.11 Recording paper
1.12 Battery installation
The unit can hold up to 50 sheets of 80 g/m2
paper. See the note for paper specifications
(page 74).
1
2
1
Insert the batteries negative (−) terminal first.
2
Close the battery cover.
Before inserting a stack of paper, fan the
paper to prevent paper jams.
Pull the tension plate forward (1) and hold
open while inserting the paper.
Side to be printed
face down.
Recording paper
entrance
1.13 Battery replacement
2
1
L The paper should not be over the tab
(2).
L If the paper is not inserted correctly,
readjust the paper, or the paper may jam.
Incorrect
Correct
Stack of
paper
If 0688794 flashes and/or the handset beeps
even when the handset batteries has been fully
charged, both batteries must be replaced.
Please use only Panasonic batteries. See
page 9 for accessory information.
When replacing the batteries, ensure that the
correct battery type is selected (page 56).
Important:
L Only use rechargeable batteries. If you
install non-rechargeable batteries and
start charging, the batteries may leak
electrolyte.
L Do not mix old and new batteries.
L Use only 2 nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH)
batteries or 2 nickel cadmium (Ni-Cd)
batteries. Do not mix battery types.
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1
Press the notch on the cover firmly and slide
it in the direction of the arrow.
2
Remove the batteries positive (+) terminal
first. Replace 2 batteries. See the battery
installation on page 15.
1.14 Turning the handset
power on/off
1.14.1 Power on
Press {ih} for more than 1 second.
L The display will change to the standby mode.
{ih}
1.14.2 Power off
Press {ih} for more than 2 seconds.
L The display will go blank.
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2. Preparation
2 Preparationand Setup
Connections
2.1 Connections
L If you use the unit with a computer and your
internet provider instructs you to install a
filter, please connect it as follows.
Plug in the power cord and the telephone line
cord.
To a single
telephone
line jack
Telephone
line cord
Filter
Telephone
line cord
To a single
telephone
line jack
To a power outlet
(220–240 V, 50 Hz)
Power cord
Caution:
L The power cord must remain connected at
all times.
L Never install telephone wiring during a
lightning storm.
L When you operate this product, the power
outlet should be near the product and
easily accessible.
L Be sure to use the telephone line cord
included in this unit.
L Do not extend the telephone line cord.
Note:
L If any other device is connected on the same
line, this unit may disturb the network
condition of the device.
L Do not connect an answering machine to the
same telephone line. If connected, set the
automatic answer feature to off by pressing
{AUTO ANSWER}.
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2. Preparation
2.2 Battery charge
Place the handset on the cradle of the base
unit for about 7 hours before initial use.
1
– When using fully charged nickel cadmium
(Ni-Cd) batteries (250 mAh):
Talk time: Approx. 4 hours
Standby time: Approx. 40 hours
L Times indicated are for peak performance.
L The batteries cannot be overcharged.
L For maximum battery life, it is recommended
that the handset is not recharged until
0688794 flashes or the handset beeps
intermittently while it is in use.
L Battery life is dependent on usage conditions
and ambient temperature.
Important:
L To prevent battery consumption, be sure
to press {ih} if a busy tone sounds
when/after using the handset.
e.g., After receiving fax documents using
the handset.
2
Help Button
Note:
L Clean the handset charge contacts (1) and
the base unit charge contacts (2) with a dry
cloth once a month, or the batteries may not
charge properly.
Battery strength
L During charging, the battery icon on the
handset display is shown as follows.
When the batteries are fully charged,
0677794 flashes.
The handset is automatically turned on when
placed on the base unit.
In normal use, the handset and the base unit
should be powered on at all times.
L While the handset is off the base unit, the
battery icon is shown as follows.
Battery icon
Battery strength
67779
High
68779
Medium
68879
Low
0688794
Needs to be recharged
Battery life
– When using fully charged nickel metal
hydride (Ni-MH) batteries (700 mAh):
Talk time: Approx. 10 hours
Standby time: Approx. 120 hours
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2. Preparation
Volume
2.3 Base unit help function
The unit contains helpful information which can
be printed for quick reference.
2.4 Adjusting handset
volume
Send guide:
How to send faxes with the voice guide. (This
information will not be printed.)
Quick set up:
How to set the date, time, your logo and fax
number.
{j}
{>}{e}{v}
{ih}
Feature list:
How to program the features.
Directory:
How to store names and numbers in the
navigator directory and how to dial them.
2.4.1 Ringer volume
TAD operation:
How to use the answering device.
7 levels (high to off) are available.
The default setting is high.
Fax receiving:
How to set the unit to receive faxes.
1
Press {j}.
2
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display the
following.
3
Press {>}.
4
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display the
following.
5
6
Press {>}.
Copier:
How to use the copier function.
Reports:
List of available reports.
{<}{>}
{SET}
{HELP}
1
2
3
Press {HELP}.
Press {<} or {>} repeatedly to display the
desired item.
Press {SET}.
L The selected item will be printed.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display the
following.
7
Press {>}.
8
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
desired volume.
L The current ringer will sound.
9
Press {>} or {j}.
10 Press {ih} to exit the program.
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Note:
L When receiving a call, the ringer starts
quietly and increases in volume with each
subsequent ring.
L When the ringer volume is set to off, the
following will be displayed.
2.5 Adjusting base unit
volume
Ringer pattern
L You can select one of 20 ringer patterns for
external calls, internal calls, paging and
alarm (page 53).
2.4.2 Handset receiver volume
3 levels (high/medium/low) are available.
While talking, press {e} or {v}.
The default setting is medium.
{A}{B}
{SET}
2.5.1 Ringer volume
4 levels (high/medium/low/off) are available.
While the unit is idle, press {A} or {B}.
The default setting is off.
L If any documents are in the document
entrance, you cannot adjust the ringer
volume. Confirm that there are no documents
in the entrance.
L To turn the ringer off, press {B} repeatedly
until “RINGER OFF= OK?” is displayed, then
press {SET}.
Ringer pattern
L You can select one of three ringer patterns for
external calls (feature #17, page 49).
2.5.2 Speaker volume
8 levels (high to low) are available.
While using the speakerphone, press {A} or
{B}.
2.5.3 Fax voice guidance volume
9 levels (high to off) are available.
While listening to fax voice guidance, press
{A} or {B}.
2.5.4 Answering device volume
9 levels (high to off) are available.
While listening to recorded messages, press
{A} or {B}.
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2. Preparation
Initial Programming
7
Press {>}.
8
Press {*} 2 times.
9
Enter the current day/month/year by
selecting 2 digits for each.
Example: 10 August, 2003
Press {1}{0} {0}{8} {0}{3}.
2.6 Date and time
You must set the date and time for both the
handset and the base unit.
2.6.1 Setting the time and date
on the handset
{j}
{>}{e}{v}
{ih}
L If you make a mistake, press {C}. Digits
are cleared from the right.
{C}
10 Press {>} or {j}.
Important:
L Confirm that the power cord is connected.
L Ensure that w is not flashing.
L If a power failure occurs, the time and date
for the handset needs to be reset.
1
Press {j}.
2
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display the
following.
3
Press {>}.
11 Press {ih} to exit the program.
2.6.2 Setting the date and time
on the base unit
{<}{>}
{SET}
{MENU}
4
Press {*}.
1
Press {MENU}.
SYSTEM SET UP
PRESS NAVI.[( )]
5
Enter the current hour/minute by selecting 2
digits for each.
Example: 15:15 (24 hour clock entry)
Press {1}{5}{1}{5}.
2
SET DATE & TIME
PRESS SET
3
L If you make a mistake, press {C}. Digits
are cleared from the right.
6
Press {>} or {j}.
Press {<} or {>} repeatedly to display the
following.
Press {SET}.
L Cursor (|) will appear on the display.
D:|
01/M:01/Y:03
TIME: 12:00AM
4
Enter the current day/month/year by
selecting 2 digits for each.
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Example: 10 August, 2003
Press {1}{0} {0}{8} {0}{3}.
D:10/M:08/Y:03
TIME: |
12:00AM
5
2.7 Your logo
The logo can be your company, division or name.
Enter the current hour/minute by selecting 2
digits for each. Press {*} to select “AM” or
“PM”.
Example: 3:15PM (12 hour clock entry)
{STOP}
1. Press {0}{3} {1}{5}.
D:|
10/M:08/Y:03
TIME: 03:15AM
2. Press {*} repeatedly to display “PM”.
D:|
10/M:08/Y:03
TIME: 03:15PM
6
7
{<}{>}{A}{B}
Press {SET}.
L The next feature will be displayed.
{MUTE}
{SET}
{MENU}
{R}
Press {MENU} to exit the program.
Note:
L This information will be printed on each page
transmitted from your unit.
L The accuracy of the clock is approximately
±60 seconds a month.
To correct a mistake
Press {<} or {>} to move the cursor to the
incorrect number, and make the correction.
24 hour clock entry
If you select the clock display to “24H” (feature
#19, page 49), enter the clock in step 5 as
follows:
Example: 15:15 (3:15PM)
Press {1}{5}{1}{5}.
1
Press {MENU}.
SYSTEM SET UP
PRESS NAVI.[( )]
2
Press {<} or {>} repeatedly to display the
following.
YOUR LOGO
PRESS SET
3
Press {SET}.
L Cursor (|) will appear on the display.
LOGO=|
4
Enter your logo, up to 30 characters. See the
character table on page 23 for details.
5
Press {SET}.
L The next feature will be displayed.
6
Press {MENU} to exit the program.
Note:
L This information will be printed on each page
transmitted from your unit.
To enter your logo
Example: “BILL”
1. Press {2} 2 times.
LOGO=|
B
2. Press {4} 3 times.
LOGO=B|
I
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3. Press {5} 3 times.
LOGO=BI|
L
4. Press {>} to move the cursor to the next
space and press {5} 3 times.
LOGO=BIL|
L
To change capital or lower-case letters
Pressing the {#} key will change to capital or
lower-case alternately.
1. Press {2} 2 times.
LOGO=|
B
Keys
Characters
{6}
M N O m n
o
6
{7}
P
Q R S
p
q
r
{8}
T
U V t
u
v
8
{9}
W X
Y Z
w x
{0}
0
)
<
>
¥
@
% &
y
z
9
!
"
#
$
@ ^
’
→
To change capital or lowercase letter.
{R}
Hyphen button
{MUTE}
Insert button
{STOP}
Delete button
Note:
L To enter another character located on the
same number key, press {>} to move the
cursor to the next space.
3. Press {#}.
LOGO=B|
i
4. Press {5} 3 times.
LOGO=Bi|
l
To correct a mistake
Press {<} or {>} to move the cursor to the
incorrect character, and make the correction.
To delete a character
Press {<} or {>} to move the cursor to the
character you want to delete and press {STOP}.
To select characters using {A} or {B}
Instead of pressing the dial keys, you can select
characters using {A} or {B}.
1. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired character.
2. Press {>} to move the cursor to the next
space.
L The character displayed is inserted.
3. Return to step 1 to enter the next character.
Display order of characters
To insert a character
1. Press {<} or {>} to move the cursor to the
position to the right of where you want to
insert the character.
2. Press {MUTE} to insert a space and enter
the character.
Capital
alphabet
To select characters with the dial keypad
Lower-case
alphabet
Keys
Characters
{1}
1
[
]
{
}
+
–
/
,
.
_
`
:
;
?
|
{2}
A
B C a
b
c
2
{3}
D E F
d
e
f
3
{4}
G H I
g
h
i
4
{5}
J
j
k
l
5
K L
7
{#}
2. Press {4} 3 times.
LOGO=B|
I
(
s
: Pressing {A}
Number
: Pressing {B}
Symbol
=
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2.8 Your fax number
{STOP}
{R}
{SET}
{<}{>}
{MENU}
1
Press {MENU}.
SYSTEM SET UP
PRESS NAVI.[( )]
2
Press {<} or {>} repeatedly to display the
following.
YOUR FAX NO.
PRESS SET
3
Press {SET}.
L Cursor (|) will appear on the display.
NO.=|
4
Enter your fax number, up to 20 digits.
Example:
NO.=1234567|
5
Press {SET}.
L The next feature will be displayed.
6
Press {MENU} to exit the program.
Note:
L This information will be printed on each page
transmitted from your unit.
L The {*} button enters a “+” and the {#}
button enters a space.
Example: +234 5678
Press {*}{2}{3}{4}{#}{5}{6}{7}{8}.
L To enter a hyphen in a telephone number,
press {R}.
To correct a mistake
Press {<} or {>} to move the cursor to the
incorrect number, and make the correction.
To delete a number
Press {<} or {>} to move the cursor to the
number you want to delete and press {STOP}.
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3 Telephone
Making
and Answering Calls
3.1 Making phone calls
3.1.1 With the handset
{j}
{C}
{ih}
{C}
Important:
L To prevent battery consumption, be sure
to press {ih} if a busy tone sounds
when/after using the handset.
1
2
3
5. Press {>}.
L The first digit of the number flashes.
6. Press {<} or {>} to move to the position to
the right of where you want to edit the
number.
7. Edit the number.
L To clear a digit, press {C}.
8. Press {C}.
{<}{>}{e}{v}
{R}
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“EDIT CALL NO”.
Lift the handset and press {C}.
Dial the telephone number.
When finished talking, press {ih} or place
the handset on the base unit.
Note:
L If you cannot dial, the dialling mode setting
may be wrong. Change the setting both on
the base unit (feature #13, page 49) and on
the handset (page 57).
To redial the last number dialled from the
handset
Press {C}, then press {R}.
To redial using the redial list
The last 10 numbers dialled with the handset are
stored in the redial list.
1. Press {R}.
L The last number dialled is displayed.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
number.
L To exit the list, press {ih}.
3. Press {C}.
To edit a number in the redial list before
calling back
1. Press {R}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
number.
3. Press {>}.
To erase numbers in the redial list
1. Press {R}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
number.
3. Press {>}.
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“CLEAR”.
L If you want to erase all numbers in the list,
select “ALL CLEAR”.
5. Press {>}.
6. Press {e} or {v} to select “YES”.
7. Press {>} or {j}.
L To erase other numbers, repeat steps 2 to
7.
8. Press {ih}.
To store a number from the redial list into
the phonebook
Numbers in the redial list can be stored into the
phonebook (page 27).
1. Press {R}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
number.
3. Press {>}.
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SAVE TEL NO”.
5. Press {>}.
L The first 2 digits are the index number.
6. Press {j}.
7. Enter the name, up to 9 characters (see the
character table on page 27).
8. Press {j}.
Key lock
You can lock the handset dialling buttons. Only
incoming calls are accepted while the key lock is
on. Emergency calls cannot be made until
key lock is cancelled.
To turn on key lock, press and hold {j} for more
than 2 seconds.
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L A beep will sound and the following will be
displayed.
To turn off key lock, press and hold {j} for more
than 2 seconds.
Note:
L The key lock is cancelled if the handset is
turned off.
3.1.2 With the base unit
L You cannot switch the call from the handset
to the base unit.
L If you set the call BAR feature (page 54) or
call restriction feature (page 57), do not press
the dialling buttons in step 2.
L Do not switch calls to the handset when direct
call (page 55) is turned on.
To redial the last number dialled from the
base unit
Press {DIGITAL SP-PHONE}, then press
{REDIAL/PAUSE}.
Speakerphone operation
L Use the speaker in a quiet room.
L Adjust the speaker volume using {A} or {B}.
3.2 Answering phone calls
3.2.1 With the handset
{C}
{ih}
{v}
{A}{B}
{DIGITAL SP-PHONE}
{REDIAL/PAUSE} {LOCATOR/HOLD}
{INT}
1
2
Press {DIGITAL SP-PHONE}.
Dial the telephone number.
L When the other party answers, talk into
the microphone.
3
Important:
L To prevent battery consumption, be sure
to press {ih} if a busy tone sounds
when/after using the handset.
When finished talking, press {DIGITAL SPPHONE}.
1
Lift the handset and press {C} when the
unit rings.
L You can also answer a call by pressing
any dial key 0 to 9, {*}, {#}, or {INT}.
(Any key talk feature)
2
When finished talking, press {ih} or place
the handset on the base unit.
To switch a call to the handset
1. Press {LOCATOR/HOLD} to put a call on
hold.
L To release the hold, press {DIGITAL SPPHONE}.
2. Press {C} on the handset.
Note:
L When a call is on hold:
– If you do not press a button for more than
6 minutes, a beep will sound every 30
seconds.
– If you do not press a button for more than
10 minutes, the line will be disconnected.
L You cannot put a call on hold when
handset(s) is not hung up. Press {ih}.
26
Auto talk feature (Handset)
You can answer a call by lifting the handset off
the base unit, without pressing {C}. This
feature is set to off. To activate this feature, see
page 55.
To turn the ringer off temporarily
When an external call comes in, press and hold
{v} for more than 1 second.
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L This function will not work for internal calls or
when the handset is on the base unit.
3.2.2 With the base unit
Automatic Dialling (Handset)
3.4 Storing names and
telephone numbers into
the phonebook
Up to 20 telephone numbers can be stored in the
handset’s phonebook for quick access.
{j}
{k}
{ih}
{<}{>}{e}{v}
{C}
{DIGITAL SP-PHONE}
1
2
When “INCOMING CALL” is displayed, press
{DIGITAL SP-PHONE} and talk into the
microphone.
When finished talking, press {DIGITAL SPPHONE}.
3.3 Handset locator
Using this feature, you can locate the handset if
it has been misplaced.
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
1
Press {LOCATOR/HOLD}.
L The base unit will page the handset for
about 1 minute.
2
To stop paging, press {LOCATOR/HOLD}
on the base unit or {C} / {INT} on the
handset.
Note:
L This feature is not available while using
{DIGITAL SP-PHONE}.
1
2
3
Press {j}.
4
5
Press {j}.
6
Press {j}.
L To program other entries, repeat steps 3
to 6.
7
Press {ih}.
Press {>}.
Enter the telephone number, up to 24 digits.
L The first 2 digits are the index number.
Enter the name, up to 9 characters (see the
character table).
To select characters with the dial keypad
Keys
Characters
{1}
#
[
]
* ,
{2}
A
B
C
2
{3}
D
E
F
3
{4}
G
H
I
4
{5}
J
K
L
5
{6}
M N
O
6
{7}
P
Q
R
S
{8}
T
U
V
8
{9}
W X
Y
Z
{0}
(Space) 0
–
/
1
7
9
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Note:
L To enter another character located on the
same number key, press {>} to move the
cursor to the next space.
L If there is no space to store new entries,
“MEMORY FULL” is displayed.
Erase unnecessary entries (page 28).
To correct a mistake
1. Press {<} or {>} to move to the position to
the right of where you want to correct the
character/number.
2. Make the correction.
L To clear a digit, press {C}.
3.4.1 Editing a stored entry
1
2
3
4
5
Press {k}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
L To erase other entries, repeat steps 2 to
7.
8
3.5 Making a phone call
using the phonebook
Before using this feature, program the desired
names and telephone numbers into the
phonebook (page 27).
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
Important:
L To prevent battery consumption, be sure
to press {ih} if a busy tone sounds
when/after using the handset.
1
2
Press {>}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select
“EDIT”.
Press {ih}.
3
Press {k}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
Press {C}.
L The unit will start dialling automatically.
Press {>}.
L If you do not need to edit the telephone
number, skip to step 7.
3.6 Hot key
6
Edit the telephone number. For further
details, see the storing procedure on page
27.
3.6.1 Assigning an entry in the
phonebook to a hot key
7
Press {j}.
L If you do not need to edit the name, skip
to step 9.
8
Edit the name (see the storing procedure on
page 27 for instructions).
You can assign the handset dialling buttons 1 to
9 as hot keys, choosing 9 entries from the
phonebook.
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
9
Press {j}.
1
2
3.4.2 Erasing a stored entry
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
28
Press {k}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
Press {>}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“CLEAR”.
Press {>} or {j}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
3
4
Press {>}.
5
6
Press {>}.
Press {>}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select
“YES”.
L To cancel erasing, select “NO”.
Press {k}.
7
8
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select “HOT
KEY REG”.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select a
desired dialling button (1 to 9).
L If the dialling button is already assigned
as a hot key, the displayed number will
flash.
Press {>}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select
“YES”.
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9
Press {>} or {j}.
L To register other entries, repeat steps 2 to
9.
L You can also send faxes using the navigator
directory (page 34).
10 Press {ih}.
{STOP}
{ERASE}
3.6.2 Erasing a hot key
1
2
Press and hold the desired hot key (1 to 9).
3
4
Press {>}.
5
6
Press {>}.
L “CLEAR” will be displayed.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select
“YES”.
Press {ih}.
3.6.3 Making a phone call using a
hot key
Important:
L To prevent battery consumption, be sure
to press {ih} if a busy tone sounds
when/after using the handset.
2
Press and hold the desired hot key (1 to 9).
L You can view other hot key registrations
by pressing {e} or {v}.
Press {C}.
L The unit will start dialling automatically.
Automatic Dialling (Base Unit)
3.7 Storing names and
telephone numbers into
the navigator directory
Up to 100 telephone numbers can be stored in
the base unit’s navigator directory for quick
access.
{SET}
{MENU}
Press {>} or {j}.
Note:
L The number erased from a hot key will not be
deleted from the phonebook. To erase from
the phonebook, see page 28.
1
{<}{>}{A}{B}
1
Press {MENU} repeatedly to display
“DIRECTORY SET”.
2
3
Press {*}.
4
5
6
Press {SET}.
7
Press {MENU}.
Enter the name, up to 10 characters (see
page 23 for instructions).
Enter the telephone number, up to 30 digits.
Press {SET}.
L To program other entries, repeat steps 3
to 6.
Helpful hints:
L You can confirm the stored entries in the fax
number list (page 72).
Note:
L If “SPACE= 5 DIRS.” is displayed, you can
store only 5 more entries.
L A hyphen or a space entered in a telephone
number counts as 2 digits.
To correct a mistake
Press {<} or {>} to move the cursor to the
incorrect character/number, and then make the
correction.
To delete a character/number
Press {<} or {>} to move the cursor to the
character/number you want to delete, and press
{STOP}.
3.7.1 Editing a stored entry
1
2
Press {>}.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
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3
4
Press {MENU}.
5
Edit the name (see the storing procedure on
page 29 for instructions).
6
Press {SET}.
L If you do not need to edit the telephone
number, skip to step 8.
7
Edit the telephone number. For further
details, see the storing procedure on page
29.
8
Press {SET}.
Press {*}.
L If you do not need to edit the name, skip
to step 6.
3.7.2 Erasing a stored entry
1
2
Press {>}.
3
4
Press {MENU}.
5
Press {SET}.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
Press {#}.
L To cancel erasing, press {STOP}.
Another method to erase a stored entry
1. Press {>}.
2. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
3. Press {ERASE}.
4. Press {SET}.
3.8 Making a phone call
using the navigator
directory
Before using this feature, program the desired
names and telephone numbers into the
navigator directory (page 29).
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
1
2
Press {>}.
3
Press {DIGITAL SP-PHONE} on the base
unit.
L The unit will start dialling automatically.
30
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
To search for a name by initial
Example: “LISA”
1. Press {>}.
2. Press {A} or {B} to initiate the navigator
directory.
3. Press {5} repeatedly to display any name
with the initial “L” (see the character table,
page 23).
L To search for symbols (not letters or
numbers), press {*}.
4. Press {A} repeatedly to display “LISA”.
L To stop the search, press {STOP}.
L To dial the displayed number, press
{DIGITAL SP-PHONE}.
Caller ID (Handset Only)
3.9 Caller ID service
(Handset only)
The handset is compatible with the Caller ID
service offered by your local telephone
company. To use this feature, you must
subscribe to a Caller ID service.
Important:
L This unit is designed in accordance with
the “FSK based subscriber line protocol”
under the ETS (European
Telecommunication Standard) and only
supports the basic CLIP (Calling Line
Identification Presentation) features.
L This unit will only display the caller’s
telephone number.
L This unit will not support future additional
telephone services.
L This unit cannot support services based
on the “DTMF based subscriber line
protocol”.
L The caller information will not be shown
on the base unit display.
Change the following ring settings to 2 or
more rings beforehand.
– TAD ring setting and FAX ring setting (feature
#06, page 49)
3.9.1 How Caller ID is displayed
The calling party’s telephone number will be
displayed after the first ring. You then have the
option of whether or not to answer the call
depending on the caller.
The unit will automatically store the caller
information and you can view it (page 31).
When new calls have been received, the display
will show the number of new calls.
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Note:
L When you receive a call from the same
telephone number you stored with a name in
the phonebook, the display will show the
stored name.
L If the unit is connected to a PBX (Private
Branch Exchange) system, you may not
receive the caller information. Consult your
PBX supplier.
L If the unit cannot receive caller information,
the following will be displayed:
“OUT OF AREA”: The caller dialled from an
area which does not provide Caller ID
service.
“PRIVATE”: The caller requested not to send
caller information.
L To prevent battery consumption, be sure
to press {ih} if a busy tone sounds
when/after using the handset.
{C}
{<}{>}{e}{v}
1
2
Important:
L Calling back will not be possible in the
following cases:
– The telephone number includes data
other than numbers (i.e. * or #).
– The caller information does not
include a telephone number.
Lift the handset and press {v}.
Press {v} to search from the most recent
caller information.
1
Example:
L (1) means this call has already been
viewed or answered.
3
Up to 50 different caller’s telephone numbers are
stored from the most recent call to the oldest call.
When the 51st call is received, the oldest caller
information is cleared.
You can easily view caller information and call
back.
{ih}
{C}
Visual Call Waiting (Call Waiting ID)
Service
If you hear a call-waiting tone during a
conversation with the handset, the handset
display will show the second caller’s information.
You can answer the second call, keeping the first
call on hold.
Note:
L Please contact your telephone company for
details and availability of this service in your
area.
3.10 Viewing and calling
back using caller
information (Handset only)
{j}
Press {C} to call back the displayed party.
L The unit will start dialling automatically.
Display while viewing
When no calls have been received, the display
will show “NO ITEM”.
To stop viewing
Press {ih} after step 2.
3.10.1 Editing a caller’s
telephone number before calling
back
Important:
L To prevent battery consumption, be sure
to press {ih} if a busy tone sounds
when/after using the handset.
1
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
2
3
Press {>}.
4
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“EDIT CALL NO”.
Press {>}.
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5
Press {<} or {>} to move to the position to
the right of where you want to edit the
number.
6
Edit the telephone number.
L To clear a digit, press {C}.
7
Press {C}.
Note:
L The edited telephone number will not be
saved in the caller information.
3.10.2 Erasing caller information
1
Press {e} or {v} until the desired entry is
displayed.
2
3
Press {>}.
4
5
6
7
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select
“CLEAR”.
L If you want to erase all caller information,
select “ALL CLEAR”.
Press {>}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select
“YES”.
Press {>} or {j}.
Press {ih}.
3.11 Storing caller
information into the
phonebook (Handset only)
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
Important:
L This feature is not available in the
following cases.
– The telephone number includes data
other than numbers (i.e. * or #).
– The caller information does not
include a telephone number.
1
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
2
3
Press {>}.
4
5
6
32
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SAVE TEL NO”.
Press {>}.
Press {j}.
Enter the name, up to 9 characters (see the
character table on page 27).
7
8
Press {j}.
Press {ih}.
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4 Fax
Sending
Faxes
4.1 Sending a fax manually
1
L Using the “FINE”, “SUPER FINE” and
“PHOTO” settings will increase transmission
time.
L If the resolution setting is changed during
feeding, it will be effective from the next
sheet.
To redial the last number
Press {REDIAL/PAUSE}.
L If the line is busy, the unit will automatically
redial the number up to 5 times.
L To cancel redialling, press {STOP}.
To send more than 10 pages at a time
Insert the first 10 pages of the document. Add
the other pages (up to 10 at a time) before the
last page feeds into the unit.
{HELP}
{FAX/START}
{A}{B} {SET}
{DIGITAL SP-PHONE}
{REDIAL/PAUSE}
2
{STOP}
1
Adjust the width of the document guides (1)
to the size of the document.
2
Insert the document (up to 10 pages) FACE
DOWN (2) until a single beep is heard and
the unit grasps the document.
3
If necessary, press {A} or {B} repeatedly to
select the desired resolution.
4
5
6
Press {DIGITAL SP-PHONE}.
Dial the fax number.
When a fax tone is heard:
Press {FAX/START}.
When the other party answers your call:
Ask them to press their start button. When
the fax tone is heard, press {FAX/START}.
To select the resolution
Select the desired resolution according to the
type of document.
– “STANDARD”: For printed or typewritten
originals with normal-sized characters.
– “FINE”: For originals with small printing.
– “SUPER FINE”: For originals with very small
printing. This setting only works with other
compatible fax machines.
– “PHOTO”: For originals containing
photographs, shaded drawings, etc.
Predialling a fax number
You can dial the fax number first before inserting
the document. This is convenient if you need to
refer to the document for the other party’s fax
number.
1. Enter the fax number.
2. Insert the document.
3. Press {FAX/START}.
Sending from memory (Quick scan feature)
You can scan the document into memory before
sending. To use this feature, activate feature #34
(page 50) beforehand.
1. Insert the document.
2. Enter the fax number.
3. Press {FAX/START}.
L The document will be fed into the unit and
scanned into memory. The unit will then
transmit the data. If the document exceeds
the memory capacity, sending will be
cancelled and this feature will be turned off
automatically. You must transmit the entire
document manually.
To stop transmission
Press {STOP}.
Sending a fax with the voice guide
You can send documents by following the voice
guide.
1. Press {HELP} 2 times.
2. Press {SET}.
3. Follow steps 1 to 6 (page 33).
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L After transmission, the voice guide will turn
off automatically.
Effective scanning area
L Shaded area (1) will be scanned.
Sending report for confirmation
A sending report provides you with a printed
record of transmission results. To use this
feature, activate feature #04 (page 48). For an
explanation of error messages in the result
column, see page 62.
2 mm
1
2 mm
Journal report
A journal report provides you with a printed
record of the 30 most recent faxes. To print
manually, see page 72. To print automatically
after every 30 new fax communications, activate
feature #22 (page 49). For an explanation of
error messages in the result column, see page
62.
4.2 Documents you can
send
128 mm
Minimum document size
128 mm
600 mm
Maximum document size
216 mm
4 mm
4 mm
208 mm
216 mm
Document weight
L Single sheet: 45 g/m2 to 90 g/m2
L Multiple sheets: 60 g/m2 to 80 g/m2
Note:
L Remove clips, staples or other fasteners.
L Do not send the following types of
documents: (Use copies for fax
transmission.)
– Chemically treated paper such as carbon
or carbonless duplicating paper
– Electrostatically charged paper
– Badly curled, creased or torn paper
– Paper with a coated surface
– Paper with a faint image
– Paper with printing on the opposite side
that can be seen through the other side,
such as newsprint.
L Check that ink, paste or correction fluid has
dried completely.
L To transmit a document with a width of less
than 210 mm, we recommend using a copy
machine to copy the original document onto
A4 or letter-sized paper, then transmitting the
copied document.
4.3 Sending a fax using
the navigator directory
Before using this feature, program the desired
names and telephone numbers into the
navigator directory (page 29).
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
34
1
Adjust the width of the document guides to
the size of the document.
2
Insert the document (up to 10 pages) FACE
DOWN until a single beep is heard and the
unit grasps the document.
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3
If necessary, press {A} or {B} repeatedly to
select the desired resolution (page 33).
4
5
Press {>}.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry and press {FAX/START}.
Fax auto redial
If the line is busy or if there is no answer, the unit
will automatically redial the number up to 5
times.
L To cancel redialling, press {STOP}.
If your unit does not send a fax
L Confirm the stored telephone number on the
display and check that the number dialled is
answered by the other party’s machine.
L The connecting tone will be heard during
dialling to tell you the status of the other
party’s machine (feature #76, page 52).
L Confirm the stored entries by printing a
broadcast programming list (page 72).
4.4.2 Adding a new entry into the
broadcast memory
After initial programming, you can add new
entries (up to a combined total of 20).
1
2
3
4
5
Press {>}.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display
“<BROADCAST>”.
Press {MENU}.
Press {*}.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry you want to add.
6
Press {SET}.
L To add other entries, repeat steps 5 and 6
(up to 20 entries).
7
Press {STOP}.
4.4 Broadcast
transmission
4.4.3 Erasing a stored entry from
the broadcast memory
By programming entries from the navigator
directory (page 29) into the broadcast memory,
you can send the same document to multiple
parties (up to 20). Your programmed entries will
remain in the broadcast memory, allowing
frequent re-use. See page 35 for broadcast
transmission instructions.
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
1
2
4.4.1 Programming entries into
the broadcast memory
1
Press {MENU} repeatedly to display
“DIRECTORY SET”.
2
Press {#}.
L The number in brackets indicates the
number of registered entries.
3
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
4
Press {SET}.
L To program other entries, repeat steps 3
and 4 (up to 20 entries).
5
3
4
5
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display
“<BROADCAST>”.
Press {MENU}.
Press {#}.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry you want to erase.
L To cancel erasing, press {STOP}.
6
7
Press {SET}.
8
Press {STOP}.
Press {SET}.
L To erase other entries, repeat steps 5 to
7.
4.4.4 Sending the same
document to pre-programmed
parties
1
2
Insert the document FACE DOWN.
3
Press {BROADCAST}.
L The document will be fed into the unit and
scanned into memory. The unit will then
transmit the data to each entry, calling
each number sequentially.
Press {SET}.
Note:
L If you program the wrong entry, press
{STOP} after step 4 to erase the entry.
Press {>}.
If necessary, press {A} or {B} repeatedly to
select the desired resolution (page 33).
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L After transmission, the stored document
will be erased automatically, and the unit
will automatically print a broadcast
sending report.
Note:
L If you select “FINE”, “SUPER FINE” or
“PHOTO” resolution, the number of pages that
the unit can transmit will decrease.
L If the document exceeds the memory
capacity, sending will be cancelled.
L If one of the entries is busy or does not
answer, it will be skipped and redialled later
up to 5 times.
Receiving Faxes
4.5 Receiving a fax
manually
4.5.1 Activating TEL mode
To send the same document to a one-time
group of entries
You can also select a one-time group of entries
to send the same document to. After
transmission, this group will be deleted.
1. Insert the document.
2. Press {>}.
3. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display “<ONE
TIME BROAD>”.
4. Press {SET} to start programming the
entries you want to transmit to.
5. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
6. Press {SET}.
L To program other entries, repeat steps 5
and 6 (up to 20 entries).
7. Press {SET} to start transmission to the
programmed entries.
To cancel broadcast transmission
1. Press {STOP} while the unit displays
“BROADCASTING”.
L The display will show “SEND
CANCELLED?”.
2. Press {SET}.
{STOP}
{FAX/START} {AUTO ANSWER}
{DIGITAL SP-PHONE}
{C}
{ih}
Set the fax machine to TEL mode by pressing
{AUTO ANSWER} repeatedly to display the
following.
TEL MODE
ON
OFF
How to receive calls with the base unit
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1
Press {DIGITAL SP-PHONE} to answer the
call.
2
When:
– document reception is required,
– a fax calling tone (slow beep) is heard, or
– no sound is heard,
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remote fax activation to on (feature #41, page
50) beforehand.
press {FAX/START}.
CONNECTING.....
L The unit will start fax reception.
How to receive calls with the handset
Important:
L To prevent battery consumption, be sure
to press {ih} if a busy tone sounds
when/after using the handset.
1
Lift the handset and press {C} to answer
the call.
2
When:
– document reception is required,
– a fax calling tone (slow beep) is heard, or
– no sound is heard,
4.6 Receiving a fax
automatically
press {*}{#}{9} (pre-selected fax
activation code) firmly.
L A busy tone will be heard from the
handset and the unit will start fax
reception.
L You can also press {FAX/START} on the
base unit.
3
When fax reception starts, press {ih}.
Note:
L To receive fax documents using the handset,
you must set the remote fax activation to on
(feature #41, page 50) beforehand.
{AUTO ANSWER}
4.6.1 Activating FAX ONLY mode
1
Set feature #77 to “FAX ONLY” (page 52)
beforehand.
2
Press {AUTO ANSWER} repeatedly to
display the following.
To stop receiving
Press {STOP}.
Extension telephone
You can receive fax documents using an
extension telephone.
Important:
L Use a touch tone telephone as the
extension telephone.
1. When the extension telephone rings, lift the
handset of the extension telephone.
2. When:
– document reception is required,
– a fax calling tone (slow beep) is heard, or
– no sound is heard,
press *#9 (pre-selected fax activation code)
firmly.
3. Replace the handset.
L The fax machine will start reception.
Note:
L To receive fax documents using the
extension telephone, you must set the
FAX ONLY MODE
ON
OFF
How to receive calls
When receiving calls, the unit will automatically
answer all calls and only receive fax documents.
Note:
L The number of rings before a call is answered
in FAX ONLY mode can be changed (feature
#06 on page 49).
4.6.2 Activating TAD/FAX mode
1
Set feature #77 to “TAD/FAX” (page 52)
beforehand.
2
Press {AUTO ANSWER} repeatedly to
display the following.
TAD/FAX MODE
ON
OFF
L The unit will play the pre-recorded
greeting message.
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L The remaining time for recording
incoming messages will be displayed.
Note:
L The maximum incoming message recording
time can be changed (feature #10, page 49).
L While an incoming call is being recorded, you
can monitor it through the speaker. If this
feature is not required, set feature #67 to off
(page 52).
How to receive calls
When receiving calls, the unit works as a fax
and/or answering device.
L If the call is a phone call, the unit will record a
voice message automatically.
L If a fax calling tone is detected, the unit will
receive a fax automatically.
Receiving a voice message and fax
document in one call
The caller can leave a voice message and send
a fax document during the same call. Inform the
caller of the following procedure beforehand.
1. The caller calls your unit.
L The answering device will answer the call.
2. The caller can leave a message after the
greeting message.
3. The caller presses *9.
L The unit will activate the fax function.
4. The caller presses the start button to send a
document.
Ring setting in TAD/FAX mode
You can choose from “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”, “TOLL
SAVER” and “RINGER OFF”. This setting can be
changed by feature #06, page 49.
– “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. If
the unit answers on the 2nd ring, there is at
least one new recorded message. If the unit
answers on the 4th ring, there are no new
recorded messages. To save the toll charges
for the call, hang up immediately when you
hear the 3rd ring. The 3rd ring indicates that
there are no new recorded messages.
– “RINGER OFF”: The unit will answer without
ringing.
L If you subscribe to a Caller ID service, set to
2 or more rings.
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4.7 Receive polling
(retrieving a fax placed on
another fax machine)
This feature allows you to retrieve a document
from another compatible machine. Therefore you
pay for the call.
Make sure that no documents are fed into your
unit and that the other party’s machine is ready
for your call.
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
1
Press {MENU} repeatedly to display
“POLLING”.
2
3
4
Press {SET}.
Dial the fax number.
Press {SET}.
L The unit will start reception.
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5. Copy
5 Copy
Copying
5.1 Making a copy
1
this feature, activate feature #34 (page 50)
beforehand.
L The document will be fed into the unit and
scanned into memory. The unit will then print
the data.
If the document exceeds the memory
capacity, copying of the exceeded document
will be cancelled and this feature will be
turned off automatically.
To stop copying
Press {STOP}.
5.1.1 More copying features
To enlarge a document
1. Press {>} after step 4 on page 39.
{>}{A}{B}
{START}
{COPY} 2
{STOP}
1
Adjust the width of the document guides (1)
to the size of the document.
2
Insert the document (up to 10 pages) FACE
DOWN (2) until a single beep is heard and
the unit grasps the document.
2. Press {A} repeatedly to select “150%” or
“200%”, then press {START}.
L The unit will only enlarge the centre of the
upper part of the document. To make an
enlarged copy of the bottom of the
document, turn the document around,
and then make a copy.
Example: 150% enlarged copy
Original document
A B
3
If necessary, press {A} or {B} repeatedly to
select the desired resolution.
4
Press {COPY}.
L If necessary, enter the number of copies
(up to 50).
5
Press {START}, or wait for 15 seconds.
L The unit will start copying.
Note:
L Any transmittable document can be copied
(page 34).
To select the resolution
Select the desired resolution according to the
type of document.
– “FINE”: For printed or typewritten originals
with small printing.
– “SUPER FINE”: For originals with very small
printing.
– “PHOTO”: For originals containing
photographs, shaded drawings, etc.
L If a resolution setting is not selected, “FINE”
will be selected automatically.
Quick scan feature
This feature is helpful when you want to copy the
document, then remove it for other uses. To use
Enlarged copy
A B
C D
C D
To reduce a document
1. Press {>} after step 4 on page 39.
2. Press {B} repeatedly to select “92%”, “86%”
or “72%”, then press {START}.
Setting
Recording
paper size
Original
document
size
100%
(default)
Letter
Letter
Legal
A4, Legal,
Letter
A4
A4, Letter
92%
A4, Letter
A4
86%
A4, Letter
A4
72%
Letter
Legal
A4
Legal
A4 = 210 mm × 297 mm
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Legal = 216 mm × 356 mm
Letter = 216 mm × 279 mm
Note:
L If the appropriate reduction rate is not
selected, the document may be divided and
the top of the second sheet will be deleted.
L If the image at the bottom of the document is
not copied when you copy a document that is
the same length as the recording paper, try
92% or 86%.
To collate multiple copies
The unit can collate multiple copies in the same
order as the original document pages.
1. After step 4 on page 39, press {>} 2 times.
“COLLATE OFF” will be displayed.
2. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display
“COLLATE ON”.
3. Press {START}.
Example: Making 2 copies of a 4-page
original document
4
3
1
2
1
1
2
2
3
4
3
3
4
2
1
Collated
pages
4
Uncollated
pages
Note:
L The unit will store the documents into
memory while collating the copies. If memory
becomes full while storing, the unit will only
print out the stored pages.
L After copying, the collating feature will turn off
automatically.
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6. Answering Device
seconds, your greeting message will be
deleted. When a call is received, the prerecorded greeting message will be
played.
6 Answering Device
Greeting
6.1 Recording your
greeting message
You can record your own greeting message for
TAD/FAX mode, for a maximum of 16 (default) or
60 seconds in length. We recommend you
record a message of less than 12 seconds to
make it easier to receive faxes.
Checking the greeting message
1. Set feature #77 to “TAD/FAX” (page 52)
beforehand.
2. Press {AUTO ANSWER} repeatedly to
display the following.
TAD/FAX MODE
{RECORD}
ON
OFF
L The unit will play the greeting message.
6.1.1 Erasing your recorded
greeting message
{ERASE}
{STOP}
{SET} {AUTO ANSWER}
1
Set feature #77 to “TAD/FAX” (page 52)
beforehand.
2
3
Press {RECORD} 2 times.
4
Speak clearly about 20 cm away from the
microphone.
L The display will show the remaining
recording time.
5
When finished recording, press {STOP}.
L The unit will repeat your message.
Press {SET}.
L A long beep will sound.
Note:
L You can choose 60 seconds for your
TAD/FAX greeting message (feature #54,
page 51).
– If you change the maximum greeting
message time to 60 seconds, we
recommend that you tell the caller in your
TAD/FAX greeting message to press *9
before starting fax transmission.
– If you change the maximum greeting
message time from 60 seconds to 16
1
Set feature #77 to “TAD/FAX” (page 52)
beforehand.
2
3
Press {ERASE} 2 times.
4
Press {SET}.
Press {SET}.
L To cancel erasing, press {STOP}.
Note:
L If you erase your TAD/FAX greeting
message, the pre-recorded greeting
message will be played when a call is
received.
Memo Message
6.2 Leaving a message for
others or yourself
To leave a private message for yourself or
someone else, you can record a voice memo.
This memo can be played back later, either
directly or remotely.
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
1
2
Press {RECORD}.
3
Speak clearly about 20 cm away from the
microphone.
4
When finished recording, press {STOP}.
Press {SET}.
L A long beep will sound.
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Incoming Messages
6.3 Listening to recorded
messages
When the unit has recorded new voice
messages:
– The PLAY MESSAGES indicator will flash.
– The display will show the total number of
recorded messages.
Example:
02
– The unit will beep slowly if the message alert
feature is activated (feature #42, page 50).
FLASH/LIGHT
PLAY MESSAGES
{ERASE}
{SLOW}
To skip a message
Press {>} to play the next message.
To stop playback temporarily
Press {STOP}.
L If you press {PLAY MESSAGES} within 1
minute, the unit will resume playing the rest of
the messages.
Voice time/day stamp
During playback, a synthesised voice will
announce the day of the week and time that each
message was recorded.
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 half the original speed.
L To return to the original speed, press either
{QUICK} or {SLOW} again during quick or
slow playback.
6.3.1 Erasing recorded
messages
To erase a specific message
Press {ERASE} while listening to the message
you want to erase.
{QUICK}
{<}{>}{A}{B}
{SET} {STOP}
To erase all the messages
1. Press {ERASE}.
2. Press {SET}.
3. Press {SET} again.
L Messages recorded in the voice mailbox will
not be erased.
Remote Operation
Press {PLAY MESSAGES}.
L Only the new recorded messages will be
played.
L Adjust the speaker volume using {A} or {B}.
L After playing back all of the new messages,
the PLAY MESSAGES indicator will stop
flashing but will remain lit up. If you press
{PLAY MESSAGES} at this time, all the
recorded messages will be played.
To repeat a message
Press {<} while listening to the message.
L If you press {<} within 5 seconds of the
beginning of the message, the previous
message will be played.
L To play back a specific message, press {<}
or {>} and search for the message you want
to listen to.
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6.4 Operating from a remote location
You can call your unit from a remote location and access the answering device.
Important:
L Program the remote operation ID beforehand (feature #11, page 49).
L Set the unit to TAD/FAX mode before going out (page 37).
L Use a touch tone telephone for remote operations.
Helpful hints:
L When you press a key, press firmly.
L Please make a copy of the following table, and carry it with you when you go out.
Answering device remote operation
1. Call your unit.
{4}
New message playback
2. Enter the remote operation ID during the
greeting message.
{5}
All message playback
{6}
Room monitor
{7}
Re-records the greeting message
{9}
Stops re-recording of the greeting
message
{*}{4}
Erases a specific message
{*}{5}
Erases all messages
{8}{0}
Changes to TEL mode
3. Enter the remote command key within 10
seconds.
L To record a message in a mailbox, call your
unit, press {*} and the mailbox no. (1 or 2),
then leave a message.
L To retrieve messages from a mailbox, call
your unit, press {*} and the mailbox no. (1 or
2), enter the mailbox password, then press
the remote command key.
Key
Remote command
{8}{1}
Turns on message transfer
{0}
Skips the greeting message
{8}{2}
Turns off message transfer
{1}
Repeats a message
{8}{3}
Turns on pager call
{2}
Skips a message
{8}{4}
Turns off pager call
6.4.1 Listening to recorded
messages
1
2
Call your unit.
3
Start remote operations.
Press the remote operation ID during the
TAD/FAX greeting message.
When there are new recorded messages
The voice guide will tell you the number of
new messages and they will be played
automatically.
When there are no new messages
Voice guide:
“No new messages.”
Wait for 4 seconds or press {5} to listen to all
the messages.
“Sorry, no more memory. Please erase
unnecessary messages.”
Erase unnecessary messages.
6.4.2 Remote operations using
the remote command key
{1}: repeats a message. If you press this key
within 5 seconds of the beginning of a message,
the previous message will be played.
{2}: skips a message.
{4}: plays back only the new messages.
{5}: plays back all the messages.
Note:
L If you do not enter a remote command key
within 10 seconds after the last operation, the
unit will ask you to leave a marker message
(page 44).
When voice memory is full
Voice guide:
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6.4.3 Other remote operations
Erasing a specific message
Press {*}{4} while listening to the message you
want to erase.
Voice guide:
“The message has been erased.”
L A long beep will sound. The unit will then play
back the next message.
Erasing all the messages
Press {*}{5} to erase all the messages.
Voice guide:
“All messages have been erased.”
L A long beep will sound.
Monitoring the room
Press {6} to monitor the sound for about 30
seconds in the room where the unit is installed.
L After 30 seconds, a beep sounds. To
continue monitoring, press {6} again within
10 seconds.
Recording a marker message
After playing back the messages, you can leave
an additional message.
1. Wait for the voice guide.
Voice guide:
“All messages have been played.”
2. Wait about 10 seconds.
Voice guide:
“Please leave your name and message after
the beep.”
3. Leave a message after the beep.
Re-recording your greeting message
You can change the TAD/FAX greeting message.
1. Press {7} to start recording.
L A long beep will sound.
2. Speak clearly for up to 16 seconds.
L If 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 recording, press {9}.
L The new greeting message will be played.
Skipping the greeting message
Press {0} during the greeting message
playback.
L The unit will skip the rest of the greeting
message.
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Turning message transfer on or off
You must program a transfer telephone number
beforehand (feature #60, page 51).
Press {8}{1} to turn on message transfer.
Voice guide example:
“Message transfer is set. Transfer phone number
is 123...”
Press {8}{2} to turn off message transfer.
Voice guide:
“Message transfer is off.”
Turning pager call on or off
You must program a pager number beforehand
(feature #70, page 47).
Press {8}{3} to turn on pager call.
Voice guide example:
“Pager call is set. Pager number is 098765432.”
Press {8}{4} to turn off pager call.
Voice guide:
“Pager call is off.”
Changing the receive mode
Press {8}{0} to change the receive mode from
TAD/FAX to TEL.
L You cannot return to TAD/FAX mode in the
same call. To return to TAD/FAX mode, see
the following.
Setting to TAD/FAX or FAX ONLY mode
from TEL mode
1. Call your unit and wait for 10 rings.
L You will hear a beep signal.
2. Enter the remote operation ID (feature #11,
page 49) within 8 seconds.
L A beep will sound.
3. To switch to FAX ONLY mode:
Press {*} within 3 seconds.
To switch to TAD/FAX mode:
Wait for 3 seconds, then the greeting
message will be played.
4. Hang up the handset.
Voice Mailbox
6.5 Allowing callers to
leave private messages
This unit has two private mailboxes. A caller can
leave a private message in a specific mailbox.
Only the person who knows the password can
retrieve a message from a mailbox. This feature
is useful when you share this unit with other
people.
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6.5.1 To use a mailbox
1
Record your TAD/FAX greeting message
(page 41).
Suggested message: “This is (your name).
We are unable to answer right now. To send
a fax, start transmission. To leave a
message, speak after the beep. To leave a
private message, press * and the desired
mailbox number 1 or 2. Thank you.”
2
Record your mailbox greeting message if
necessary (page 45).
3
Change the mailbox password if necessary.
– For mailbox 1 password, see feature #51,
(page 51).
– For mailbox 2 password, see feature #52,
(page 51).
4
Set the unit to TAD/FAX mode (page 37).
6.5.2 Leaving messages in a
mailbox
1
Call your unit from a remote touch tone
telephone.
L The TAD/FAX greeting message will be
played.
2
Press {*} and the desired mailbox number
({1} or {2}).
L A mailbox greeting message will be
played.
3
After the beep, leave a message.
Note:
L If the caller does not enter a mailbox number
in step 2, the message will be recorded in the
common memory.
6.6 Recording your
mailbox greeting
messages
The recording time of each greeting is limited to
16 seconds for each mailbox.
Suggested message: “This is (personal name).
Please leave your name and message after the
beep.”
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
1
2
Press {MENU}.
For mailbox 1:
Press {#}, then {5}{5}.
For mailbox 2:
Press {#}, then {5}{6}.
3
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select
“RECORD”.
4
5
Press {SET}.
6
When finished recording, press {STOP}.
L The unit will repeat your message.
7
Press {MENU}.
Speak clearly about 20 cm away from the
microphone.
L The display will show the remaining
recording time.
To check the mailbox greeting message
1. For mailbox 1:
Press {MENU}, then {#}{5}{5}.
For mailbox 2:
Press {MENU}, then {#}{5}{6}.
2. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select
“CHECK”.
3. Press {SET}.
L The unit will play the message.
4. Press {MENU}.
To erase your mailbox greeting message
1. For mailbox 1:
Press {MENU}, then {#}{5}{5}.
For mailbox 2:
Press {MENU}, then {#}{5}{6}.
2. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select
“ERASE”.
3. Press {SET}.
L Your mailbox greeting message will be
erased.
4. Press {MENU}.
6.7 Listening to recorded
mailbox messages
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
1
2
Press {>} 2 times.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired mailbox number.
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3
Press {PLAY MESSAGES}.
If you have programmed your mailbox
password, enter it.
L Only the new recorded messages will be
played.
L If there are no new messages, the unit
will play back all the recorded messages.
Note:
L See the following topics on page 42 for
details on features that can be used during
playback.
– To repeat a message
– To skip a message
– To stop playback
– To change the playback speed
– To erase a specific message
To record a memo message into a mailbox
1. Press {>} 2 times.
2. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired mailbox number.
3. Press {RECORD}.
L A long beep will sound.
4. Speak clearly about 20 cm away from the
microphone.
5. When finished recording, press {STOP}.
To erase all messages in a mailbox
1. Press {>} 2 times.
2. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired mailbox number.
3. Press {ERASE}.
4. Press {SET}.
2
3
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To listen to messages in another memory
after playback
Press {*} and {0} (for the common memory),
then enter the remote operation ID.
OR
Press {*} and the desired mailbox number ({1}
or {2}), then enter the mailbox password.
Option
6.9 Transferring recorded
messages to another
telephone
This feature allows your unit to call a designated
telephone number each time an incoming voice
message is recorded. You can retrieve the
transferred message via remote operation.
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
Important:
L To use this feature, program the transfer
telephone number first (feature #60, page
51) and set the unit to TAD/FAX mode.
6.9.1 How this feature works
1
An incoming voice message is recorded in
your unit.
2
Your unit calls the transfer telephone
number.
3
You answer the call with the transfer
telephone.
4
Call your unit from a remote touch tone
telephone.
Your unit will play the pre-recorded transfer
greeting message.
L You can record a transfer greeting
message.
5
Press {*} and the desired mailbox number
({1} or {2}) during TAD/FAX greeting
playback.
L If you have recorded your mailbox
greeting message, it will be played.
You enter the remote operation ID, and
retrieve the message using remote operation
(page 43 to page 44).
6.9.2 Recording your transfer
greeting message
6.8 Listening to recorded
mailbox messages from a
remote location
1
Note:
L For details on remote operation, see page 43
to page 44. Remote commands {8}{1},
{8}{2}, {8}{3}, and {8}{4} cannot be used.
Enter the mailbox password (default setting
“555”).
The recording time is limited to 16 seconds.
Suggested message: “This is a transferred
message from (your name, business and/or
telephone number). Please enter your remote ID
for remote operation.”
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1
2
3
Press {MENU}.
4
5
Press {SET}.
6
When finished recording, press {STOP}.
L The unit will repeat your message.
7
Press {MENU}.
Press {#}, then {6}{1}.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select
“RECORD”.
Speak clearly about 20 cm away from the
microphone.
L The display will show the remaining
recording time.
6. Press {SET}.
L The unit will dial the stored number.
7. Check that your pager received the pager
test call.
8. Press {DIGITAL SP-PHONE}.
When your pager receives a pager call
Your pager will display the message you entered
in step 5 (for example:5555).
To check the transfer greeting message
1. Press {MENU}, {#}{6}{1}.
2. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select
“CHECK”.
3. Press {SET}.
L The unit will play the message.
4. Press {MENU}.
To erase your transfer greeting message
1. Press {MENU}, {#}{6}{1}.
2. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select
“ERASE”.
3. Press {SET}.
4. Press {MENU}.
Note:
L When transferring a call, the pre-recorded
transfer greeting message will be played.
Pager call
This feature allows your unit to call your pager
when your unit receives a fax document or an
incoming voice message.
1. Press {MENU}.
2. Press {#}, then {7}{0}.
3. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select “ON”.
4. Press {SET}.
5. Enter your pager number and/or pauses (up
to 46 digits).
Example:
1 202 555 1234PP12345678PP5555#
– 1 202 555 1234: Your pager number
– PP: Pauses
– 12345678: Your pager access code, if
required.
– 5555 (example): Message you want
displayed on your pager.
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7 Programmable
Features
(Base Unit)
Features
7.1 Base unit
programming
{<}{>}{A}{B}
{SET}
{MENU}
7.1.1 Programming basic
features
1
2
3
4
5
Press {MENU}.
Select the feature you wish to program.
Press {<} or {>} repeatedly to display the
desired feature.
L The current setting of the feature will be
displayed.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired setting.
L This step may be slightly different
depending on the feature.
6
Press {SET}.
L The setting you selected is set, and the
next feature will be displayed.
7
To exit programming, press {MENU}.
Programming by entering the program
code number directly
You can select a feature by directly entering the
program code (# and a 2-digit number) instead of
using {<} or {>}.
1. Press {MENU}.
2. Press {#} and the 2-digit code number
(page 48 to page 52).
3. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired setting.
4. Press {SET}.
5. To exit programming, press {MENU}.
To cancel programming
Press {MENU} to exit the program.
7.2 Basic features
Code #01: Setting the date and time
SET DATE & TIME
PRESS SET
See page 21 for details.
Press {SET}.
L The setting you selected is set, and the
next feature will be displayed.
Code #02: Setting your logo
To exit programming, press {MENU}.
See page 22 for details.
YOUR LOGO
PRESS SET
7.1.2 Programming advanced
features
Code #03: Setting your fax number
1
2
See page 24 for details.
3
4
5
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Press {MENU}.
Press {<} or {>} repeatedly to display
“ADVANCED MODE”.
Press {SET}.
Select the feature you wish to program.
Press {<} or {>} repeatedly to display the
desired feature.
L The current setting of the feature will be
displayed.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired setting.
L This step may be slightly different
depending on the feature.
YOUR FAX NO.
PRESS SET
Code #04: Printing a sending report
SENDING REPORT
=ERROR
[±]
To print a sending report for fax transmission
results (page 34).
“ERROR” (default): A sending report will be
printed only when fax transmission fails.
“ON”: A sending report will be printed out after
every transmission.
“OFF”: Sending reports will not be printed out.
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Code #06: Changing the ring setting in
TAD/FAX mode
TAD RING COUNT
RINGS=2
[±]
To change the number of rings before the unit
answers a call in TAD/FAX mode. You can select
“1”, “2” (default), “3”, “4”, “TOLL SAVER” or
“RINGER OFF”. See page 38 for details.
L Set feature #77 to “TAD/FAX” (page 52)
beforehand.
Code #06: Changing the ring setting in FAX
ONLY mode
Code #17: Setting the ringer pattern
RINGER PATTERN
=A
[±]
You can select “A” (default), “B” or “C”.
Code #19: Setting the clock entry/display
CLOCK DISPLAY
=12H
[±]
This feature changes the clock format for when
the line is indicated in printed reports and lists, or
displayed on the base unit.
“12H” (default): 12 hour clock
“24H”: 24 hour clock
FAX RING COUNT
RINGS=2
[±]
To change the number of rings before the unit
answers a call in FAX ONLY mode.
You can select “1”, “2” (default), “3”, “4”, “5”, “6”,
“7”, “8” or “9”.
L Set feature #77 to “FAX ONLY” (page 52)
beforehand.
7.3 Advanced features
Code #10: Changing the maximum incoming
message recording time
“ON” (default): The unit will print a journal report
automatically after every 30 new fax
communications (page 34).
“OFF”: The unit will not print a journal report, but
will keep a record of the last 30 fax
communications.
RECORDING TIME
=VOX
[±]
“VOX” (default): Unlimited.
“1-9 MIN”: 1 minute to 9 minutes.
Code #11: Setting the remote operation ID
REMOTE TAD ID
=ON
[±]
Code #22: Setting the journal report to print
automatically
AUTO JOURNAL
=ON
[±]
Code #23: Sending documents overseas
OVERSEAS MODE
=OFF
[±]
4. Press {SET}.
If you have difficulty sending an overseas fax,
activate this feature before starting transmission.
L This feature is not available for broadcast
transmission.
L The calling charge may be higher as the
transmission speed is slowed down.
5. Enter any 3-digit number except a number
using 0 or 7.
L The default ID is “111”.
“ON”: After transmission, this feature will turn off
automatically.
“OFF” (default): Deactivates this feature.
6. Press {SET}.
Code #25: Sending a fax at a specific time
1. Press {MENU}.
2. Press {<} or {>} repeatedly to select this
feature.
3. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select “ON”.
7. Press {MENU}.
Code #13: Setting the dialling mode
DIALLING MODE
=TONE
[±]
If you cannot dial, change this setting depending
on your telephone line service.
“TONE”(default): For tone dial service.
“PULSE”: For rotary pulse dial service.
L You must set the dialling mode for both the
base unit and the handset (page 57).
DELAYED SEND
=OFF
[±]
This feature allows you to take advantage of lowcost calling hours offered by your telephone
company. This feature can be set up to 24 hours
in advance of the desired time.
To send a document:
1. Insert the document.
2. Press {MENU}.
3. Press {#} then {2}{5}.
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4. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select “ON”.
5. Press {SET}.
Setting
Recording
paper size
Original
document
size
86%
Letter
A4
A4
A4
Letter
Legal
A4
Legal
6. Enter the fax number.
7. Press {SET}.
8. Enter the transmission start time.
L Press {*} repeatedly to select “AM” or
“PM”.
L If you select the clock display to “24H”
(feature #19, page 49), the time is set
using 24 hour clock entry.
9. Press {SET}.
72%
Code #39: Changing the display contrast
LCD CONTRAST
=NORMAL
[±]
10. Press {MENU}.
Note:
L To cancel after programming, press {STOP}
then {SET}.
“NORMAL” (default): For normal contrast.
“DARKER”: Used when the display contrast is too
light.
Code #34: Setting the quick scan
Code #41: Changing the fax activation code
QUICK SCAN
=OFF
FAX ACTIVATION
=ON
[±]
[±]
This feature is helpful when you want to remove
the document for other uses, because the unit
will release the document before sending or
copying.
L If the document exceeds the memory
capacity, sending of the whole document or
copying of the exceeded document will be
cancelled and this feature will be turned off
automatically.
“ON”: The unit will scan the document and store it
into memory first, then the unit will start sending
or copying.
“OFF” (default): Deactivates this feature.
If you use an extension telephone and wish to
use it to receive a fax, activate this feature and
program the activation code.
1. Press {MENU}.
2. Press {#}, then {4}{1}.
3. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select “ON”.
4. Press {SET}.
5. Enter your code from 2 to 4 digits, using 0–9,
{*} and {#}.
L The default code is “@#9”.
6. Press {SET}.
7. Press {MENU}.
Code #36: Receiving oversized documents
RCV REDUCTION
=92%
[±]
If the size of the document sent by the other
party is as large as, or larger than the recording
paper, the unit can reduce the document and
print it. Select the desired reduction rate.
Setting
100%
92%
(default)
Recording
paper size
Original
document
size
Legal
Letter, A4
A4
Letter
Letter
Letter
Legal
Legal
A4
A4
Note:
L Do not enter “0000”.
L Do not program the same code number
as a restricted number of the call
restriction in the handset programming
(page 57).
Code #42: Setting the message alert
MESSAGE ALERT
=OFF
[±]
To alert you when a new voice message is
recorded. The unit beeps slowly until you listen
to the recorded messages.
“ON”: You will be alerted to new messages by a
beeping sound.
“OFF” (default): Deactivates this feature.
Code #43: Setting the recording time alert
REC. TIME ALERT
=OFF
[±]
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To alert you with beeps when there is less than
60 seconds of remaining recording time. The
slow beeps will continue until you erase the
recorded messages (page 42, 46).
“ON”: You will be alerted that you have reached
the recording time limit by a beeping sound.
“OFF” (default): Deactivates this feature.
Code #44: Setting the memory reception alert
RECEIVE ALERT
=ON
[±]
To alert you with a beeping sound when a
received fax document is stored into memory
due to some existing problem.
The slow beeps will continue until you clear the
printing problem and make sure the unit is
supplied with enough paper to print the stored
document.
“ON” (default): You will be alerted to a reception
problem by a beeping sound.
“OFF”: Deactivates this feature.
Code #46: Setting friendly reception
FRIENDLY RCV
=ON
[±]
To receive a fax automatically when you answer
a call using the base unit and hear a fax calling
tone (slow beep).
“ON” (default): You do not have to press
{FAX/START} for fax reception.
“OFF”: You have to press {FAX/START} for fax
reception.
Code #47: Setting the fax voice guidance
FAX GUIDANCE
=ON
[±]
If you wish to hear voice guidance, activate this
feature.
“ON” (default): You will hear voice guidance.
“OFF”: Deactivates this feature.
“ERROR”: To hear voice guidance only when fax
transmission/reception fails.
Code #51: Setting the mailbox 1 password
BOX1 PASSWORD
ID=
To prevent other users from retrieving your
messages, program a password for mailbox 1.
4. Press {SET}.
5. Press {MENU}.
Code #52: Setting the mailbox 2 password
BOX2 PASSWORD
ID=
To prevent other users from retrieving your
messages, program a password for mailbox 2.
1. Press {MENU}.
2. Press {#}, then {5}{2}.
3. Enter a 3-digit number except a number
using digits 0 or 7.
L The default ID is “555”.
4. Press {SET}.
5. Press {MENU}.
Code #54: Changing the recording time for
your TAD/FAX greeting message
GREETING TIME
=16s
[±]
“16s” (default): Maximum recording time is 16
seconds.
“60s”: Maximum recording time is 60 seconds.
See page 41 for details.
Code #55: Greeting message for mailbox 1
BOX1 GREETING
CHECK
[±]
See page 45 for details.
Code #56: Greeting message for mailbox 2
BOX2 GREETING
CHECK
[±]
See page 45 for details.
Code #60: Setting the message transfer
MESSAGE TRANSFER
=OFF
[±]
To transfer recorded incoming messages to
another telephone (page 46), activate this
feature and program the transfer telephone
number.
1. Press {MENU}.
2. Press {#}, then {6}{0}.
3. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select “ON”.
1. Press {MENU}.
4. Press {SET}.
2. Press {#}, then {5}{1}.
5. Enter the transfer telephone number.
3. Enter a 3-digit number except a number
using digits 0 or 7.
L The default ID is “555”.
6. Press {SET}.
7. Press {MENU}.
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Code #61: Checking, recording or erasing the
transfer greeting message
TRNS-GREETING
CHECK
[±]
See page 46 for details.
Code #67: Setting the incoming message
monitor
ICM MONITOR
=ON
[±]
To hear an incoming message (ICM) from the
speaker when the answering device is recording
the message.
“ON” (default): You can monitor the incoming
message.
“OFF”: Deactivates this feature.
Code #77: Changing the receiving mode in
the auto answer setting
AUTO ANSWER
=TAD/FAX
[±]
“TAD/FAX” (default): Telephone Answering
Device/Facsimile mode (page 37)
“FAX ONLY”: Facsimile only mode (page 37)
Code #80: Resetting advanced features to
their default settings
SET DEFAULT
RESET=NO
[±]
To reset the advanced features:
1. Press {MENU}.
2. Press {#}, then {8}{0}.
3. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select “YES”.
Code #68: Setting the Error Correction Mode
(ECM)
ECM SELECTION
=ON
[±]
This feature is available when the
transmitting/receiving fax machines are ECM
compatible.
“ON” (default): To send a fax even if there is static
interference on the telephone line.
“OFF”: Deactivates this feature.
L You cannot change the setting when received
documents are in memory.
4. Press {SET}.
5. Press {SET} again.
6. Press {MENU}.
L ECM selection (feature #68, page 52) will
not be reset.
Features (Handset)
7.4 Handset programming
{j}
Code #70: Calling your pager
PAGER CALL
=OFF
{>}{e}{v}
{ih}
[±]
{C}
See page 47 for details.
Code #76: Setting the connecting tone
CONNECTING TONE
=ON
[±]
If you often have trouble when sending faxes,
this feature allows you to hear connecting tones;
fax tone, ring back tone and busy tone. You can
use these tones to confirm the status of the other
party’s machine.
L If the ring back tone continues, the other
party’s machine may not be a facsimile or
may have run out of paper. Check with the
other party.
L The connecting tone volume cannot be
adjusted.
“ON” (default): You will hear connecting tones.
“OFF”: Deactivates this feature.
To exit programming, press {ih} any time.
Time alarm settings
Set the time and date on the handset beforehand
(page 21).
Setting the time of alarm
1. Press {j}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
3. Press {>}.
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“TIME ALARM”.
5. Press {>}.
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6. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display “SET
TIME”.
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“RINGER OPT”.
7. Press {>}.
5. Press {>}.
8. Enter the desired hour/minute by selecting 2
digits for each (24 hour clock entry).
L To clear, press {C}.
6. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display the
desired item.
For external calls, select “EXT RINGER”.
For internal calls, select “INT RINGER”.
For paging, select “PAGING”.
For alarm, select “ALARM”.
9. Press {>}.
10. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
desired setting.
“ONCE”: Alarm will ring only once.
“REPEAT DAILY”: Alarm will ring at the set
time everyday.
“OFF” (default): Deactivates this feature.
7. Press {>}.
8. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
desired setting from pattern “1” (default) to
“20”.
11. Press {>} or {j}.
9. Press {>} or {j}.
12. Press {ih}.
10. Press {ih}.
Note:
L Time alarm will sound for 3 minutes.
L To stop the alarm, press any dialling buttons.
L When in talk or intercom mode, the alarm will
not sound until the call is ended.
Note:
L If you select one of the melody ringer
patterns, the ringer will continue to sound for
10 seconds when the caller hangs up before
you answer. You may hear a dial tone or no
one on the line when you answer a call.
Changing the time alarm frequency
1. Press {j}.
Tone option settings
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
3. Press {>}.
You can set the following tone/alarm on or off.
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“TIME ALARM”.
Key tone: Key tones, a confirmation tone or an
error tone will sound. The default setting is “ON”.
5. Press {>}.
Call waiting tone: A call waiting tone will sound
when an external call is received during an
intercom call. The default setting is “ON”.
6. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display “SET
ALARM”.
7. Press {>}.
8. Press {e} or {v} to select “ONCE”, “REPEAT
DAILY” or “OFF”.
9. Press {>} or {j}.
10. Press {ih}.
Ringer option settings
Range warning alarm: An alarm will sound
when you move out of range of a base unit. The
default setting is “OFF”.
Battery low alarm: An alarm will sound when
the batteries need to be charged. The default
setting is “ON”.
1. Press {j}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
You can select the following ringer settings.
Ringer volume: See page 19.
Ringer patterns for external calls / internal
calls / paging / alarm: There are 20 patterns
available for each ringer. To change the ringer
patterns, proceed as follows.
1. Press {j}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
3. Press {>}.
3. Press {>}.
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“TONE OPT”.
5. Press {>}.
6. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display the
desired item.
For the key tone, select “KEY TONE”.
For the call waiting tone, select “CALL
WAITING”.
For the range warning alarm, select
“RANGE ALARM”.
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For the battery low alarm, select “BATTERY
LOW”.
7. Press {>}.
8. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select “ON”
or “OFF”.
9. Press {>} or {j}.
10. Press {ih}.
8. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
desired setting.
“TALK TIME” (default): Length of a call will
be displayed.
“PHONE NO”: A phone number will be
displayed.
9. Press {>} or {j}.
10. Press {ih}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
Note:
L Even if you select “PHONE NO”, the other
party’s telephone number will not appear on
your display in the following cases:
– When you receive calls without
subscribing to a Caller ID service, or
– When you switch a call from the base unit
to the handset.
3. Press {>}.
Selecting the display language
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“DISPLAY OPT”.
1. Press {j}.
Display option settings
Selecting the standby mode display
1. Press {j}.
5. Press {>}.
6. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“STANDBY MODE”.
7. Press {>}.
8. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
desired setting.
“CLOCK” (default): Time and date will be
displayed. Set the time and date on the
handset beforehand (page 21).
“OFF”: Deactivates this feature.
“BS NO”: The base unit number will be
displayed.
“HS NO”: The handset number will be
displayed.
9. Press {>} or {j}.
10. Press {ih}.
Note:
L If you subscribe to a Caller ID service, the
display will show the number of new calls
even if “CLOCK” has been selected.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
3. Press {>}.
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“DISPLAY OPT”.
5. Press {>}.
6. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“LANGUAGE”.
7. Press {>}.
8. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
desired language from “ENGLISH” (default),
“GERMAN”, “SPANISH”, “FRENCH”,
“ITALIAN”, “DUTCH”, “TURKISH”,
“HUNGARIAN”, “PORTUGUESE” and
“POLISH”.
9. Press {>} or {j}.
10. Press {ih}.
Note:
L If you set a language you cannot read, reset
the handset settings to their default settings
(page 56).
Selecting the talk mode display
1. Press {j}.
Call option settings
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
3. Press {>}.
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“DISPLAY OPT”.
5. Press {>}.
6. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“TALK MODE”.
7. Press {>}.
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Setting the call BAR
This feature prohibits outgoing calls. When call
BAR is turned on, only emergency calls and
intercom calls can be made.
1. Press {j}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
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3. Press {>}.
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“CALL OPT”.
5. Press {>}.
6. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“CALL BAR”.
7. Press {>}.
8. Enter the 4-digit handset PIN (Personal
Identification Number).
L The default PIN is “0000”.
9. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
desired setting.
“ON”: The call BAR feature is available.
“OFF” (default): Deactivates this feature.
10. Press {>} or {j}.
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“CALL OPT”.
5. Press {>}.
6. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display “SET
DIRECT”.
7. Press {>}.
8. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
desired setting.
“ON”: The direct call feature is available.
“OFF” (default): Deactivates this feature.
9. Press {>} or {j}.
10. Press {ih}.
Note:
L While this feature is activated, the following
will be displayed.
11. Press {ih}.
Note:
L While this feature is activated, the following
will be displayed.
L When this feature is activated, you cannot
receive faxes using the handset (page 37).
Other option settings
L If you turn this feature on, receiving faxes with
the handset may not be possible (page 37).
Setting the direct call number
After the direct call number is set and this feature
is set to on, you can dial the direct call number
simply by pressing {C}. You can receive
incoming calls even if this feature is set.
1. Press {j}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
Changing the handset PIN (Personal
Identification Number)
The handset’s PIN is set at the factory to “0000”.
If you change the PIN, please write down your
new PIN as the unit will not reveal the PIN to
you. If you forget your PIN, consult your
nearest Panasonic service centre.
1. Press {j}.
3. Press {>}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“CALL OPT”.
3. Press {>}.
5. Press {>}.
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“OTHER OPT”.
6. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“DIRECT NO”.
5. Press {>}.
7. Press {>}.
8. Enter a direct call number, up to 24 digits.
L To correct a mistake, press {C}. Digits are
cleared from the right.
6. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“HSPIN CHANGE”.
7. Press {>}.
8. Enter the current 4-digit handset PIN.
9. Press {j} 3 times.
9. Enter the new 4-digit handset PIN.
10. Press {ih}.
10. Enter the new 4-digit handset PIN again to
verify.
Changing the direct call setting
1. Press {j}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
3. Press {>}.
11. Press {ih}.
Setting the auto talk
1. Press {j}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
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3. Press {>}.
Feature
Default setting
Alarm tone pattern
“1”
5. Press {>}.
Key tone
“ON”
6. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“AUTO TALK”.
Call waiting tone
“ON”
7. Press {>}.
Range warning
alarm
“OFF”
Battery low alarm
“ON”
Standby mode
display
“CLOCK”
Talk mode display
“TALK TIME”
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“OTHER OPT”.
8. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
desired setting.
“ON”: You can answer a call by just lifting the
handset off the base unit without pressing
{C}.
“OFF” (default): Deactivates this feature.
9. Press {>} or {j}.
Display language
“ENGLISH”
10. Press {ih}.
Call BAR mode
“OFF”
Setting the battery type
Direct call mode
“OFF”
Direct call number
Clear
Handset PIN
“0000”
Auto talk
“OFF”
Base unit access
(page 60)
“AUTO”
Redial memory
All clear
Receiver volume
Medium
1. Press {j}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
3. Press {>}.
4. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“OTHER OPT”.
5. Press {>}.
6. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“BATTERY TYPE”.
7. Press {>}.
1. Press {ih}.
8. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
desired setting.
“NI-MH” (default): Nickel metal hydride
batteries are used.
“NI-CD”: Nickel cadmium batteries are used.
2. Press {j}.
3. Press {v}.
4. Press {>}.
5. Press {e}.
9. Press {>} or {j}.
6. Press {>}.
10. Press {ih}.
7. Enter the 4-digit handset PIN.
L The default PIN is “0000”.
Resetting the handset settings to their
default settings
The handset can be reset to the following default
settings.
8. Press {e}.
Feature
Default setting
Time alarm mode
“OFF”
Alarm time
Clear
Ringer volume
High
External ringer
pattern
“1”
Internal ringer
pattern
“1”
Paging tone pattern
“1”
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9. Press {>} or {j}.
10. Press {ih}.
Note:
L Battery type selection (page 56) will not be
reset.
L The phonebook data (page 27) will be saved.
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7.5 Handset programming
using the base unit PIN
8. Press {ih}.
{ih}
Setting call restriction
You can restrict selected handset(s) from dialling
selected phone numbers. You can assign up to
10 call restriction numbers (up to 8 digits). If you
dial a restricted number, the call will not be
connected and the restricted number will flash
on the display.
{C}
1. Press {j}.
{j}
{>}{e}{v}
7. Enter the new 4-digit base unit PIN again to
verify.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING BS”.
To exit programming, press {ih} any time.
3. Press {>}.
L “INPUT CODE” will be displayed.
4. Press {6}.
Select Dialling Mode
If you cannot dial, change this setting depending
on your telephone line service.
L You must set the dialling mode for both the
handset and the base unit (feature #13, page
49).
1. Press {j}.
5. Enter the 4-digit base unit PIN.
L The default PIN is “0000”.
L All the registered handset numbers are
displayed.
L If you programmed previously, the preselected handset number flashes.
3. Press {>}.
“INPUT CODE” will be displayed.
6. Press the desired handset number(s).
L The selected handset number will flash.
L To cancel the selected handset number,
press the number again. The number will
stop flashing.
4. Press {3}.
7. Press {>}.
5. Enter 4-digit base unit PIN.
L The default PIN is “0000”.
8. Enter the phone number to be restricted, up
to 8 digits.
L Do not enter the same number as
programmed for the fax activation code
(feature #41, page 50).
2. Press {v} or {e} repeatedly to display
“SETTING BS”.
6. Press {1}.
7. To select tone, press {1}.
To select pulse, press {2}.
8. Press {>} or {j}.
9. Press {ih}.
Changing base unit PIN
The base unit’s PIN is set at the factory to
“0000”. If you change the PIN, please write
down your new PIN as the unit will not reveal
the PIN to you. If you forget your PIN, consult
your nearest Panasonic service centre.
1. Press {j}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING BS”.
9. Press {>} or {j}.
L To enter other numbers, repeat steps 8
and 9 (up to 10 numbers).
10. Press {ih}.
Turning off/on call restriction
1. Press {j}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING BS”.
3. Press {>}.
L “INPUT CODE” will be displayed.
4. Press {6}.
3. Press {>}.
L “INPUT CODE” will be displayed.
5. Enter the 4-digit base unit PIN.
L The default PIN is “0000”.
4. Press {5}.
6. Press the desired handset number.
L Handset numbers will be displayed.
Flashing numbers indicate call restriction
is on; non-flashing numbers indicate call
5. Enter the current 4-digit base unit PIN.
6. Enter the new 4-digit base unit PIN.
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restriction is off. Press the desired
handset number to turn off/on.
7. Press {>} or {j}.
8. Press {ih}.
Cancelling a call restricted number
1. Press {j}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING BS”.
3. Press {>}.
L “INPUT CODE” will be displayed.
4. Press {6}.
5. Enter the 4-digit base unit PIN.
L The default PIN is “0000”.
6. Press {>} repeatedly to display the desired
call restricted number.
7. Press {C}.
8. Press {>} or {j}.
9. Press {ih}.
Resetting the handset settings that use the
base unit PIN to their default settings
The handset can be reset to the following default
settings.
Feature
Default setting
Ringer mode (page
60)
“1”
Dialling mode
TONE
Number of rings
(page 61)
“3”
Base unit PIN
“0000”
Call restriction
All clear
Caller information
(page 31)
All clear
1. Press {j}.
2. Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING BS”.
3. Press {>}.
L “INPUT CODE” will be displayed.
4. Press {0}.
5. Enter the 4-digit base unit PIN.
L The default PIN is “0000”.
6. Press {>} or {j}.
7. Press {ih}.
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8. Options
8 Options
Multi
- Units
8.1 Operating additional
units
Additional handsets: Additional handsets are
available for purchase (page 9). Up to 6
handsets can be registered to a single base unit.
Using additional handsets allows you to have an
intercom call while simultaneously conducting a
call to an outside line.
L Additional handsets have answering device
controls printed on their cases, however,
remote operation of the base unit’s
answering device is not possible.
Additional base units: You can register and
operate your handset with up to 4 base units.
Each base unit forms 1 radio cell. If the individual
base units are linked to the same telephone line
then you can extend the operating range of the
system by positioning the base units so that the
two radio cells overlap. If the handset is set to
“AUTO” in base unit selection (page 60), then in
standby mode the handset will automatically
swap to the second base if the range on the first
base is exceeded. It is not possible to transfer
calls between base units (only between
handsets linked to the same base unit).
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
Important:
L After pressing {LOCATOR/HOLD} in step
8, the rest of the procedures must be
completed within 1 minute.
L Charge the optional handset batteries for
7 hours before initial use.
To exit programming, press {ih} any time.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Example: Additional handsets registered to 2
base units.
9
2
4
1
Press {j}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
Press {>}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“REGISTRATION”.
Press {>}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“REGISTER HS”.
Press {>}.
Press and hold {LOCATOR/HOLD} on the
base unit until the registration tone sounds.
L It may take up to about 10 seconds until
the registration tone sounds.
L “REGISTRATION” will be displayed on
the base unit.
L If all registered handsets start ringing
(paging), press {LOCATOR/HOLD} to
stop paging then start over again.
Using the handset, press {e} or {v}
repeatedly to select the desired base unit
number available to register the handset,
and press {>}.
10 After “BS
3
PIN” is displayed, enter the 4-digit
base unit PIN, using the handset dial keypad.
L The default PIN is “0000”.
5
Radio cell
Note:
L Calls are disconnected when the handset
moves from one radio cell to another.
8.2 Registering a handset
to a base unit
The handset supplied with the base unit is
already registered. If an optional handset is
purchased, it must be registered.
11 Press {>} or {j}.
L When a handset is registered
successfully, a confirmation tone will
sound and w will light.
8.2.1 Cancelling a handset
Each handset can cancel itself or another
handset.
1
2
3
Press {j}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING BS”.
Press {>}.
L “INPUT CODE” will be displayed.
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4
5
Press {7}.
6
Press the desired handset number.
L The selected handset number will flash.
7
8
Press {>} or {j}.
Enter the 4-digit base unit PIN.
L The default PIN is “0000”.
After “SETTING BS” is displayed, press
{ih}.
1
2
3
4
5
6
8.2.2 Cancelling a base unit
You can cancel any base unit that your handset
is registered to.
1
2
3
4
7
Press {j}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
Press {>}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“REGISTRATION”.
Press {j}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING HS”.
Press {>}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SELECT BS”.
Press {>}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select
“AUTO” or a specific base unit number.
Press {>} or {j}.
L The handset starts searching for the base
unit.
8.3 Selecting the ringer
mode
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“CANCEL BS”.
You can select how the handsets ring for
incoming calls from 3 patterns:
– “1”: All handsets ring (default).
– “2”: Selected handset(s) rings.
– “3”: Selected handset(s) rings, then all
handsets ring.
7
8
Press {>}.
Setting all handsets to ring
Enter the 4-digit handset PIN.
L The default PIN is “0000”.
1
2
9
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select the
desired base unit number.
5
6
Press {>}.
11 Press {>}.
12 Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to select
“YES”.
L To stop cancelling, select “NO”.
13 Press {>} or {j}.
14 Press {ih}.
8.2.3 Selecting a base unit
When “AUTO” (automatic base unit access) is
selected, if you move outside of the radio range
of the current base unit, the handset
automatically searches for other registered base
units.
When a specified base unit is selected, the
handset will access that base unit only. Calls
(both incoming and outgoing) can be conducted
only via the selected base unit, even if the radio
cells overlap with neighbouring base units.
L The default setting is “AUTO”.
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Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING BS”.
3
Press {>}.
L “INPUT CODE” will be displayed.
4
5
Press {1}.
6
7
8
Press {1} to select “1”.
10 Press {>}.
L The selected base unit number will flash.
Press {j}.
Enter the 4-digit base unit PIN.
L The default PIN is “0000”.
Press {>} or {j}.
Press {ih}.
Setting the selected handset(s) to ring
1
2
Press {j}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING BS”.
3
Press {>}.
L “INPUT CODE” will be displayed.
4
5
Press {1}.
6
Press {2} to select “2”.
Enter the 4-digit base unit PIN.
L The default PIN is “0000”.
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L All the registered handset numbers are
displayed and the pre-selected handset
number flashes.
7
8
9
Press the desired handset number(s).
L The selected handset number(s) will
flash.
L To cancel a selected handset number,
press the number again. The number will
stop flashing.
Press {>} or {j}.
Press {ih}.
Setting the selected handset(s) then all
handsets to ring
1
2
Press {j}.
Press {e} or {v} repeatedly to display
“SETTING BS”.
3
Press {>}.
L “INPUT CODE” will be displayed.
4
5
Press {1}.
6
Press {3} to select “3”.
L All the registered handset numbers are
displayed and the pre-selected handset
number flashes.
7
Press the desired handset number(s).
L The selected handset number(s) will
flash.
L To cancel a selected handset number,
press the number again. The number will
stop flashing.
8
9
Enter the 4-digit base unit PIN.
L The default PIN is “0000”.
Press {>}.
Press the desired number of rings for the
selected handset(s) from “1” to “6”, using the
dial keypad.
L The default setting is “3”.
L The selected number of rings will be
shown on the right edge of the display.
10 Press {>} or {j}.
11 Press {ih}.
Example: When handset 1 calls handset 2
1. Handset 1:
Press {INT} and {2} (desired handset
number).
2. Handset 2:
Press {C} to answer.
3. When finished talking, press {ih}.
Note:
L Intercom calls can be conducted within the
radio cell of the current base unit, but not with
units in neighbouring radio cells.
8.5 Transferring calls
between
handsets/Conference call
Intercom can be used to transfer an external call
between handsets that are registered to the
same base unit.
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
Example: When handset 1 transfers a call to
handset 2
1. Handset 1:
During an external call, press {INT} and {2}
(desired handset number).
L If there is no answer, press {INT} to return
to the external call.
2. Handset 2:
Press {C} to answer the page.
L Handset 2 can talk with handset 1.
L The external call will be put on hold.
3. Handset 1:
To complete the call transfer, press {ih}.
OR
To establish the conference call, press {3}.
To transfer a call directly, without speaking to
handset 2
After step 1, press {ih} on handset 1.
If the transferred call is not answered within 30
seconds, handset 1 will ring again.
8.4 Intercom between
handsets
You can use your handsets as a 2-way intercom.
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
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9. Help
9 HelpMessages
Error
9.1 Error messages –
Reports
If a problem occurs during fax transmission or
reception, one of the following communication
messages will be printed on the sending and
journal reports (page 34).
COMMUNICATION ERROR
(Code: 40-42, 46-72, FF)
L A transmission or reception error occurred.
Try again or check with the other party.
COMMUNICATION ERROR
(Code: 43, 44)
L A line problem occurred. Connect the
telephone line cord to a different jack and try
again.
L An overseas transmission error occurred. Try
using the overseas mode (feature #23, page
49).
DOCUMENT JAMMED
L The document is jammed. Remove the
jammed document (page 69).
ERROR-NOT YOUR UNIT
(Code: 54, 59, 70)
L A transmission or reception error occurred
because of a problem with the other party’s
fax machine. Check with the other party.
MEMORY FULL
L The memory is full of received documents
due to a lack of recording paper or a
recording paper jam. Install paper (page 15)
or clear the jammed paper (page 67).
NO DOCUMENT
L The document was not fed into the unit
properly. Re-insert the document and try
again.
OTHER FAX NOT RESPONDING
L The other party’s fax machine is busy or has
run out of recording paper. Try again.
L The document was not fed properly. Reinsert the document and try again.
L The other party’s fax machine rings too many
times. Send the fax manually (page 33).
L The other party’s machine is not a fax
machine. Check with the other party.
L The number you dialled is not in service.
PRESSED THE STOP KEY
L {STOP} was pressed and fax communication
was cancelled.
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OK
L Fax communication was successful.
9.2 Error messages – Base
unit display
If the unit detects a problem, one or more of the
following messages will appear on the display.
CALL SERVICE
CALL SERVICE 2
L There is something wrong with the unit.
Contact our service personnel.
CHECK DOCUMENT
L The document was not fed into the unit
properly. Re-insert the document. If
misfeeding occurs frequently, clean the
document feeder rollers (page 70) and try
again.
L Attempted to transmit a document longer
than 600 mm. Press {STOP} to remove the
document. Divide the document into two or
more sheets and try again.
CHECK MEMORY
L The base unit memory (telephone numbers,
parameters, etc.) has been erased. Reprogram.
CHECK PAPER
L The recording paper is not installed or the
unit has run out of paper. Install paper and
press {START} to clear the message.
L The recording paper was not fed into the unit
properly (page 69). Reinstall paper (page 15)
and press {START} to clear the message.
L The recording paper has jammed near the
recording paper entrance. Clear the jammed
paper (page 67) and press {START} to clear
the message.
COVER OPEN
b
CHECK FILM
L The covers are open. Close them.
L The ink film is empty. Replace the ink film
with a new one (page 13).
L The ink film is not installed. Install it (page
12).
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L The ink film is slack or creased. Tighten it
(see step 5 on page 13).
DIRECTORY FULL
L The unit is checking that there is no slack or
crease on the ink film. Wait for a moment
while the check is completed.
POLLING ERROR
L There is no space to store new entries in
navigator directory. Erase unnecessary
entries (page 30).
FAX IN MEMORY
L The other party’s fax machine does not offer
the polling function. Check with the other
party.
REDIAL TIME OUT
L The unit has a document in memory. See the
other displayed message instructions to print
out the document.
L The other party’s fax machine is busy or has
run out of recording paper. Try again.
FAX MEMORY FULL
REMOVE DOCUMENT
L The memory is full of received documents
due to a lack of recording paper or a
recording paper jam. Install paper (page 15)
or clear the jammed paper (page 67).
L When performing memory transmission, the
document being stored exceeded the
memory capacity of the unit. Transmit the
entire document manually.
L The document is jammed. Remove the
jammed document (page 69).
HANG UP HANDSET
L Handset(s) is not hung up. Press {ih} on
the handset(s).
SEND CANCELLED
L You pressed {C} while the unit was in redial
mode for fax transmission. The redialling was
cancelled.
TRANSMIT ERROR
L A transmission error occurred. Try again.
UNIT OVERHEATED
MEMORY FULL
L The unit is too hot. Let the unit cool down.
L When making a copy, the document being
stored exceeded the memory capacity of the
unit. Press {STOP} to clear the message.
Divide the document into sections.
MESSAGE FULL
L There is no room left in memory to record
voice messages. Erase unnecessary
messages (page 42, 46).
MODEM ERROR
L There is something wrong with the modem
circuit. Contact our service personnel.
NO FAX REPLY
L The other party’s fax machine is busy or has
run out of recording paper. Try again.
PAPER JAMMED
L A recording paper jam occurred. Clear the
jammed paper (page 67).
PLEASE WAIT
Frequently Asked Questions
9.3 When a function does
not work, check here
If you still have difficulties after following the
instructions in this section, reset the unit.
Disconnect the power cord and turn off the
handset. Remove the batteries, then re-insert
them. Reconnect the power cord and turn on the
handset.
9.3.1 General
I cannot make and receive calls.
L The power cord or telephone line cord is not
connected. Check the connections.
L If you used a splitter to connect the unit,
remove the splitter and connect the unit to the
wall jack directly. If the unit operates properly,
check the splitter.
I cannot make calls.
L The dialling mode setting may be wrong.
Change the setting both on the base unit
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(feature #13, page 49) and on the handset
(page 57).
The unit does not work.
L Disconnect the unit from the telephone line
and connect the line to a known working
telephone. If the working telephone operates
properly, contact our service personnel to
have the unit repaired. If the working
telephone does not operate properly, contact
your telephone company.
The unit does not ring.
L The ringer volume is turned off. Adjust it
(page 19, 20).
L The ring setting of feature #06 is set to
“RINGER OFF”. Change to another ring
setting (page 49).
The base unit rings even when its ringer
volume is set to off.
L Handset(s) is not hung up. Press {ih}.
The unit displays “CHECK PAPER” though the
paper is inserted.
L The paper is inserted halfway. Insert it
correctly (page 15) and press {START} to
clear the message.
The other party complains they only hear a
fax tone and cannot talk.
L FAX ONLY mode is set. Tell the other party
the number is only used for faxes.
L Change to TEL mode (page 36) or TAD/FAX
mode (page 37).
The {REDIAL/PAUSE} / {R} button does not
function properly.
L If 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.
During programming, I cannot enter the code
or ID number.
L All or part of the numbers are the same.
Change the number: feature #11 (page 49),
#41 (page 50), #51 (page 51) and #52 (page
51).
The ink film runs out quickly.
L The help printing function, copy function, and
reports also use ink film.
The unit beeps.
L Recording paper or ink film has run out.
Press {STOP} to stop the beeps and install
paper/ink film.
The speakerphone is not working.
L Use the speakerphone in a quiet room.
L If you have difficulty hearing the other party,
adjust the volume.
The {LOCATOR/HOLD} button does not
function.
L The handset is too far from the base unit.
L The handset is engaged in an external call.
9.3.2 Cordless handset
The handset display is blank.
L The handset is not turned on. Turn the power
on (page 16).
The handset does not work.
L Make sure that the batteries are installed
correctly (page 15).
L Charge the batteries fully (page 18).
L Clean the charge/battery contacts and
charge again (page 18).
L Turn the handset power off, then on (page
16).
Battery icon is not counting up while
charging.
L Clean the charge/battery contacts and
charge again (page 18).
L The power cord is disconnected. Plug in the
power cord.
0w4 is flashing.
L The handset is not registered to the base
unit. Register it.
L The handset is too far from the base unit.
Move closer and try again.
L The power cord is not connected. Check the
connections.
A busy tone is heard when {C} is pressed.
L The handset is too far from the base unit.
Move closer and try again.
L The base unit or another handset is in use.
Wait for the other user to complete the call.
L Another handset is not hung up after being
used. Press {ih} on that handset.
I cannot dial out.
L Call BAR mode is set. Turn it off (page 54).
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L The dialled number is restricted. Remove the
number from the call restricted list (page 58).
L Key lock mode is on. Turn it off (page 25).
Static, sound cuts in/out, fades. Interference
from other electrical units.
L Locate the handset and the base unit away
from other electrical appliances.
L Move closer to the base unit.
L Raise the base unit antenna.
The handset stops working while being used.
L Disconnect the power cord and turn off the
handset to reset the unit. Connect the mains
lead, turn on the handset and try again.
L You pressed a dialling button when the call
BAR feature was turned on (page 54).
L You dialled a number registered for the call
restriction feature (page 57).
I cannot store a name and telephone number
in the phonebook or hot key.
L You cannot store a name and number while
the handset is in the talk or intercom mode.
L Do not pause for over 60 seconds while
storing.
While storing a name and telephone number
in the phonebook or hot key, the handset
starts to ring.
L To answer a call, press {C}. Programming
will be cancelled. Store the name and
number again.
I cannot redial by pressing {R}.
L If the last number dialled was more than 24
digits long, the number will not be redialled.
The handset beeps intermittently and/or
0688794 flashes.
L Charge the batteries fully (page 18).
I charged the batteries fully, but 0688794 still
flashes.
L Clean the charge contacts and charge again
(page 18).
L It is time to replace the batteries (page 15).
68879 disappears and the unit stops
charging when the handset is on the cradle.
L Nickel cadmium batteries are inserted when
the battery type is set to “NI-MH” (nickel
metal hydride). Change the battery type
setting to “NI-CD” (nickel cadmium) (page
56).
The handset display exits the Caller ID List
while viewing the caller information.
L Do not pause for over 60 seconds while
searching.
I cannot register a handset to a base unit.
L Maximum number of base units have already
registered to the handset. Delete unused
base unit registrations from the handset.
L Maximum number of handsets have already
registered to the base unit. Delete unused
handset registrations from the base unit.
L Wrong PIN number has been entered. If you
forget your PIN, consult your nearest
Panasonic service centre.
L Locate the handset and the base unit away
from other electrical appliances.
9.3.3 Fax – sending
I cannot send documents.
L The other party’s fax machine is busy or has
run out of recording paper. Try again.
L The other party’s machine is not a fax
machine. Check with the other party.
L The other party’s fax machine rings too many
times. Send the fax manually (page 33).
The other party complains that letters on
their received document are distorted or not
clear.
L If 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
these services.
L An extension telephone on the same line is
off the hook. Hang up the extension
telephone and try again.
L Try copying the document. If the copied
image is clear, there may be something
wrong with the other party’s machine.
The other party complains that smudges or
black lines appear on their received
document.
L The glass or rollers are dirty. Clean them
(page 70).
I cannot send a fax overseas.
L Use the overseas transmission mode of
feature #23 (page 49).
L Add two pauses at the end of the telephone
number or dial manually.
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9.3.4 Fax – receiving
I cannot receive documents automatically.
L The receiving mode is set to TEL mode. Set
to TAD/FAX mode (page 37) or FAX ONLY
mode (page 37).
L The time taken to answer the call is too long.
Decrease the number of rings in feature #06
(page 49).
L The greeting message is too long. Record a
shorter message (page 41).
The display shows “CONNECTING.....”, but
faxes are not received.
L The incoming call is not a fax. Change the
receiving mode to TAD/FAX mode (page 37)
or TEL mode (page 36).
A blank sheet is ejected.
L If a blank sheet is ejected after the received
document is printed out, the receiving
reduction rate is not programmed correctly.
Program the proper rate in feature #36 (page
50).
L The other party placed the document in their
fax machine the wrong way. Check with the
other party.
A white line or a smudge appears on your
recording paper.
L The glass or rollers are dirty. Clean them
(page 70).
The printing quality is poor.
Please do not reuse the ink film!
Please use genuine Panasonic replacement
film. Refer to page 9 for further details.
L The other party sent a faint document. Ask
them to send a clearer copy of the document.
L The thermal head is dirty. Clean it (page 70).
L Some paper has instructions recommending
which side to print on. Try turning the paper
over.
L You may have used paper with a cotton
and/or fibre content that is over 20%, such as
letterhead or resume paper.
I cannot receive documents by pressing {*}
{#} {9} on the handset.
L You must set the remote fax activation to on
(feature #41, page 50) beforehand.
L Press {*} {#} {9} firmly.
L The memory is full of received documents
due to a lack of recording paper or a
recording paper jam. Install paper (page 15)
or clear the jammed paper (page 67).
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L The call BAR feature was activated on the
handset. Deactivate this feature (page 54).
L The same number as the remote fax
activation code (feature #41 of base unit
programming on page 50) is programmed as
a call restricted number (page 57) on the
handset. Change the code or cancel the
restrict number from call restriction feature
(page 58).
L The direct call feature (page 55) was
activated on the handset. Deactivate this
feature.
The other party complains that they cannot
send a document.
L The memory is full of received documents
due to a lack of recording paper or a
recording paper jam. Install paper (page 15)
or clear the jammed paper (page 67).
L The unit is not in TAD/FAX or FAX ONLY
mode. Select the desired mode using feature
#77 (page 52) and press {AUTO ANSWER}
repeatedly until TAD/FAX or FAX ONLY mode
is displayed.
I cannot select the desired receiving mode.
L If you want to set TAD/FAX or FAX ONLY
mode:
– select the desired mode using feature #77
(page 52), and
– press {AUTO ANSWER} repeatedly until
the desired mode is displayed.
L If you want to set TEL mode:
– press {AUTO ANSWER} repeatedly until
TEL mode is displayed.
9.3.5 Copying
The unit will not make a copy.
L You cannot make a copy during
programming. Make the copy after
programming.
L You cannot make a copy during telephone
conversation.
A black line, a white line or smudge appears
on the copied document.
L The glass or rollers are dirty. Clean them
(page 70).
The copied image is distorted.
L The thermal head is dirty. Clean it (page 70).
The printing quality is poor.
Please do not reuse the ink film!
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Please use genuine Panasonic replacement
film. Refer to page 9 for further details.
Original
Copy
ABC
L Some paper has instructions recommending
which side to print on. Try turning the paper
over.
L You may have used paper with a cotton
and/or fibre content that is over 20%, such as
letterhead or resume paper.
Jams
9.4 Recording paper jam
9.4.1 When the recording paper
has jammed in the unit
The display will show the following.
PAPER JAMMED
1
Open the front cover (1) by pulling up the
centre part (2).
9.3.6 Answering device
I cannot retrieve recorded messages from a
remote location.
L Press the remote operation ID correctly and
firmly (page 43).
2
Messages in the mailbox do not play back.
L The mailbox password is wrong. Enter the
correct password.
– For mailbox 1 password, see feature #51
(page 51).
– For mailbox 2 password, see feature #52
(page 51).
The other party complains that they cannot
leave a voice message.
L The memory is full. Erase unnecessary
messages (page 42, 46).
1
2
Release the back cover by pushing the green
button (1) on the right side of the unit.
OR
Release the back cover by pushing the green
lever (2) in the unit.
9.3.7 If a power failure occurs
L The unit will not function.
L The unit is not designed for making
emergency telephone calls when the power
fails. Alternative arrangements should be
made for access to emergency services.
L Fax transmission and reception will be
interrupted.
L If delayed transmission (feature #25, page
49) is programmed and the start time is
passed during a power failure, transmission
will be attempted soon after power is
restored.
L If any fax documents are stored in the
memory, they will be lost. When power is
restored, a power down report will be printed
out stating which contents in the memory
have been erased.
1
2
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3
Open the back cover (1).
L Make sure that the ink film is wrapped
around the blue core (2) at least once.
Correct
1
4
2
1 turn
Remove the jammed recording paper (1).
Tight
1
Incorrect
The ink film is not wrapped
around the blue core.
5
Turn the gear with the blue core (1) in the
direction of the arrow.
Slack/Crease
1
Reverse
6
Close the back cover securely (1) by
pushing down on the dotted area at both
ends (2). Close the front cover securely
(3).
2
1
3
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7
Remove the recording paper and straighten.
Pull the tension plate forward (1) and hold
open while inserting the paper.
9.5 Document jams –
sending
1
Open the front cover (1) by pulling up the
centre part (2). Remove the jammed
document carefully (3).
2
1
9.4.2 When the recording paper
was not fed into the unit properly
1
The display will show the following.
3
CHECK PAPER
2
Close the front cover securely (1).
Remove the recording paper and straighten. Pull
the tension plate (1) forward and hold open
while inserting paper. Press {START} to clear
the message.
1
1
Note:
L Do not pull out the jammed paper forcibly
before opening the front cover.
{START}
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4
Cleaning
Close the front cover securely (1).
9.6 Document feeder
cleaning
Clean the document feeder in the following
cases:
– If misfeeding of the document occurs
frequently.
– If smudges or black/white lines appear on the
original document when transmitting or
copying.
1
Disconnect the power cord and the
telephone line cord.
2
Open the front cover (1) by pulling up the
centre part (2).
1
5
Connect the power cord and the telephone
line cord.
9.7 Thermal head cleaning
2
If smudges or black/white lines appear on a
copied/received document, check whether there
is dust on the thermal head. Clean the thermal
head to remove the dust.
1
3
1
Disconnect the power cord and the
telephone line cord.
2
Open the front cover (1) by pulling up the
centre part (2).
Clean the document feeder rollers (1) and
rubber flap (2) with a cloth moistened with
isopropyl rubbing alcohol, and let all parts
dry thoroughly. Clean the glass (3) with a
soft, dry cloth.
2
Caution:
L Do not use paper products, such as
paper towels or tissues.
2
1
1
3
3
70
Release the back cover by pushing the green
button (1) on the right side of the unit.
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Release the back cover by pushing the green
lever (2) in the unit.
7
Connect the power cord and the telephone
line cord.
1
2
4
Open the back cover (1). Remove the ink
film (2).
1
2
5
Clean the thermal head (1) with a cloth
moistened with isopropyl rubbing alcohol,
and let it dry thoroughly.
Caution:
L To prevent a malfunction due to static
electricity, do not use a dry cloth and
do not touch the thermal head directly.
1
6
Reinstall the ink film and close the covers
(see steps 4 to 6 on page 13).
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10. General Information
10 General
Printed
Reports
Information
10.1 Reference lists and
reports
You can print out the following lists and reports
for your reference.
Setup list:
provides you with the current settings of the
basic and advanced programming features
(page 48 to page 52).
Fax number list:
provides you with names and numbers which are
stored in the navigator directory.
Journal report:
keeps records of fax transmission and reception.
This report will be printed automatically after
every 30 fax communications (feature #22, page
49).
Printer test:
allows you to check the print quality of your unit.
If the test print has a smudge, or blurred points or
lines, clean the thermal head (page 70).
Broadcast programming list:
provides you with names and numbers which are
stored in the broadcast memory (page 35).
{STOP}
{<}{>}
{SET}
{MENU}
1
Press {MENU} repeatedly to display “PRINT
REPORT”.
2
Press {<} or {>} repeatedly to display the
desired item.
3
Press {SET} to start printing.
L To stop printing, press {STOP}.
4
Press {MENU}.
Specifications
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10. General Information
10.2 Technical data about this product
10.2.1 Base unit
Applicable lines:
Document size:
Effective scanning width:
Effective printing width:
Transmission time*1:
Scanning density:
Public Switched Telephone Network
Max. 216 mm in width, Max. 600 mm in length
208 mm
202 mm
Approx. 8 s/page (ECM-MMR)*2
Horizontal: 8 pels/mm
Vertical: 3.85 lines/mm – in standard resolution,
7.7 lines/mm – in fine/photo resolution,
15.4 lines/mm – in super fine resolution
Photo resolution:
64-level
Scanner type:
Contact Image Sensor
Printer type:
Thermal Transfer on plain paper
Data compression system: Modified Huffman (MH), Modified READ (MR), Modified Modified READ
(MMR)
Modem speed:
14,400 / 12,000 / 9,600 / 7,200 / 4,800 / 2,400 bps; Automatic Fallback
Operating environment:
5°C–35°C, 20%–80% RH (Relative Humidity)
Dimensions:
Approx. height 199 mm × width 384 mm × depth 282 mm
Mass (Weight):
Approx. 3.6 kg
Power consumption:
Standby: Approx. 10 W
Transmission: Approx. 22 W
Reception: Approx. 43 W (When receiving a 20% black document)
Copy: Approx. 45 W (When copying a 20% black document)
Maximum: Approx. 135 W (When copying a 100% black document)
Power supply:
220–240 V AC, 50 Hz
Fax memory capacity:
Approx. 25 pages of memory transmission
Approx. 28 pages of memory reception
(Based on the ITU-T No. 1 Test Chart in standard resolution, without
using the Error Correction Mode.)
Voice memory capacity*3:
Approx. 18 minutes of recording time including greeting messages
*1 Transmission speed depends upon the contents of the pages, resolution, telephone line conditions
and capability of the other party’s machine.
*2 Transmission speed is based upon the ITU-T No. 1 Test Chart. If the capability of the other party’s
machine is inferior to your unit, the transmission time may be longer.
*3 Recording time may be reduced by the calling party’s background noise.
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ITU-T No. 1 Test Chart
Paper specifications
Recording paper size:
Recording paper weight:
A4: 210 mm × 297 mm
60 g/m2 to 90 g/m2
Note for recording paper:
L Do not use the following types of paper:
– Paper with a cotton and/or fibre content that is over 20%, such as letterhead paper or paper used
for resumes
– Extremely smooth or shiny paper, or paper that is highly textured
– Coated, damaged or wrinkled paper
– Paper with foreign objects attached, such as tabs or staples
– Paper which has dust, lint or oil stains
– Paper that will melt, vaporize, discolour, scorch or emit dangerous fumes near 200°C, such as
vellum paper. These materials may transfer onto the fusing roller and cause damage.
– Moist paper
L Some paper only accepts print on one side. Try using the other side of the paper if you are not happy
with the print quality or if misfeeding occurs.
L For proper paper feeding and best print quality, we recommend using long-grained paper.
L Do not use paper of different types or thickness at the same time. This may cause a paper jam.
L Avoid double-sided printing.
L Do not use paper printed from this unit for double-sided printing with other copiers or printers. This
may cause a paper jam.
L To avoid curling, do not open paper packs until you are ready to use the paper. Store unused paper
in the original packaging, in a cool and dry location.
10.2.2 Handset
Standard:
Number of channels:
Frequency range:
Duplex procedure:
Channel spacing:
Bit rate:
Modulation:
RF Transmission Power:
Voice coding:
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DECT(Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications)
GAP(Generic Access Profile)
120 Duplex Channels
1.88 GHz to 1.9 GHz
TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access)
1,728 kHz
1,152 kbit/s
GFSK
Approx. 250 mW
ADPCM 32 kbit/s
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Operating environment:
Dimensions:
Mass (Weight):
5°C–35°C, 20%–80% RH (Relative Humidity)
Approx. height 143 mm × width 48 mm × depth 32 mm
Approx. 120 g
Note:
L Any details given in these instructions are subject to change without notice.
L The pictures and illustrations in these instructions may vary slightly from the actual product.
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11. Index
11. Index
11.1 Index
# #01 Date and time: 21
#02 Your logo: 22
#03 Your fax number: 24
#04 Sending report: 34, 48
#06 FAX ring setting: 49
#06 TAD ring setting: 38, 49
#10 Recording time for an incoming
message: 49
#11 Remote operation ID: 49
#13 Dialling mode: 49
#17 Ringer pattern: 49
#19 Clock display: 49
#22 Journal report: 34, 49
#23 Overseas mode: 49
#25 Delayed transmission: 49
#34 Quick scan: 33, 39, 50
#36 Receiving reduction: 50
#39 Display contrast: 50
#41 Fax activation code: 50
#42 Message alert: 50
#43 Recording time alert: 50
#44 Memory reception alert: 51
#46 Friendly reception: 51
#47 Fax voice guidance: 51
#51 Mailbox 1 password: 51
#52 Mailbox 2 password: 51
#54 Greeting time: 51
#55 Mailbox 1 greeting: 45
#56 Mailbox 2 greeting: 45
#60 Message transfer: 46, 51
#61 Message transfer greeting message: 46
#67 Incoming message monitor: 52
#68 ECM selection: 52
#70 Pager call: 47
#76 Connecting tone: 52
#77 Auto answer: 52
#80 Reset advanced features: 52
A Accessories: 8, 9
Metal recording paper guide: 14
Paper tray: 14
Additional units: 59
Advanced features: 49
Auto answer setting (Feature #77): 52
Auto talk feature: 26
B Base unit PIN: 57
Base unit selection: 60
Basic features: 48
Battery
76
Charge: 18
Installation: 15
Replacement: 15
Battery low alarm: 53
Battery type: 56
Broadcast transmission: 35
Button description
Base unit: 10
Handset: 11
C Call BAR: 54
Caller ID: 30
Calling back: 31
Storing: 32
Caller’s recording time (Feature #10): 49
Call restriction: 57
Call waiting: 31
Call waiting tone: 53
Cancelling a base unit: 60
Cancelling a handset: 59
Character table: 23, 27
Cleaning: 70
Clock display (Feature #19): 49
Communication messages: 62
Conference call: 61
Connecting tone (Feature #76): 52
Connections: 17
Copy: 39
Collation: 40
Enlarge: 39
Reduce: 39
D Date and time
Base unit (Feature #01): 21
Handset: 21
Delayed transmission (Feature #25): 49
Dialling mode (Feature #13): 49
Direct call: 55
Display (Base unit)
Contrast (Feature #39): 50
Error messages: 62
Display (Handset)
Description: 11
Language: 54
Standby mode: 54
Talk mode: 54
Document size: 34
E ECM selection (Feature #68): 52
Error messages: 62
F Fax activation code (Feature #41): 50
Fax number (Feature #03): 24
Fax voice guidance (Feature #47): 51
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Friendly reception (Feature #46): 51
G Greeting message
Message transfer (Feature #61): 46
TAD/FAX: 41
Voice mailbox (Feature #55, #56): 45
H Handset
Locator: 27
PIN: 55
Power: 16
Registration: 59
Help: 19
Hold: 26
Hot key: 28
I
Incoming message monitor (Feature #67): 52
Ink film
Installing: 12
Replacing: 13
Intercom: 61
J Jams
Document: 69
Recording paper: 67
Journal report (Feature #22): 34, 49
K Key lock: 25
Key tone: 53
L Listening to recorded messages: 42
From a remote location: 43
Voice mailbox: 45, 46
Logo (Feature #02): 22
M Message alert (Feature #42): 50
Message transfer (Feature #60): 46, 51
N Navigator directory (Base unit)
Making a phone call: 30
Selecting characters: 23
Sending faxes: 34
Storing: 29
Receiving
Automatically: 37
Manually: 36
Receiving alert (Feature #44): 51
Receiving reduction (Feature #36): 50
Recording
Greeting message: 41, 45, 46
Memo message: 41, 46
Recording paper: 15
Recording paper size: 74
Recording time alert (Feature #43): 50
Recording time for TAD/FAX greeting
message (Feature #54): 51
Redialling
Base unit: 26, 33, 35
Handset: 25
Redial list: 25
Remote operation: 43
Remote operation ID (Feature #11): 49
Reports
Broadcast programming: 72
Fax number: 72
Journal: 34, 49, 72
Power down: 67
Printer test: 72
Sending: 34, 48
Setup: 72
Reset
Base unit (Feature #80): 52
Handset: 56, 58
Resolution: 33, 39
Ringer mode: 60
Ringer pattern
Base unit (Feature #17): 49
Handset: 53
Ring setting
FAX ONLY (Feature #06): 49
TAD/FAX (Feature #06): 49
Q Quick scan (Feature #34): 33, 39, 50
S Select Dialling Mode: 57
Sending
Broadcast: 35
From memory: 33
Manually: 33
Navigator directory: 34
Sending report (Feature #04): 34, 48
Storing
Broadcast: 35
Hot key: 28
Navigator directory: 29
Phonebook: 27
R Range warning alarm: 53
T Time alarm: 52
O Overseas mode (Feature #23): 49
P Pager call (Feature #70): 47
Phonebook
Making a phone call: 28
Storing: 27
Polling: 38
Power failure: 67
Programming
Base unit programming: 48
Handset programming: 52
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Toll saver: 38
Transferring a call: 26, 61
V Voice mailbox: 44
Voice mailbox password (Feature #51, #52):
51
Voice time/day stamp: 42
Volume
Base unit: 20
Handset: 19
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0682 : Base Unit
0436 : Cordless Handset
Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.
1-62, 4-chome, Minoshima, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-8531, Japan
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