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Operating Instructions
Model No.
KX-FL511E
Please read these Operating
Instructions before using the unit
and save for future reference.
This model is designed to be
used only in the United
Kingdom and Ireland.
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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.
For a description of each button, see page 10.
A
I J K L
B
D E F
C
M N O P
Q R S
Keys (Listed in alphabetical order)
AUTO ANSWER G
HELP M
BROADCAST B
JUNK FAX PROHIBITOR D
CALLER ID PRINT Q
LOWER S
CALLER ID SEARCH R
MANUAL BROAD C
COLLATE E
MENU O
COPY START V
MONITOR L
DIRECTORY PROGRAM N
NAME/TEL NO. S
FAX START U
NAVIGATOR P
HANDSET MUTE J
QUICK SCAN START H
T
G H
U
V
RK
REDIAL/PAUSE I
RESOLUTION F
SET U
Station keys A
STOP T
VOLUME P
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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 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 UK and Republic of Ireland analogue telephone network.
Declaration of Conformity:
L 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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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, etc.
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 mains lead.
Install the unit where no one can step or trip
on the mains lead.
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:
A. When the mains lead 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 After moving the unit from cold areas to
warmer areas, let the unit adjust to the
warmer temperature and do not connect the
unit for about 30 minutes. If the unit is
connected too soon after a sudden climate
change, condensation may form inside the
unit causing malfunction.
L Never install telephone wiring during a
lightning storm.
L Never install telephone sockets in wet
locations unless the socket 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.
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Safety Instructions
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 Wipe the outer surface of the unit with a soft
cloth. Do not use benzine, thinner, or any
abrasive powder.
CAUTION:
Laser radiation
L The printer of this unit utilises a laser. Use of
controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
– If you ingest any toner, drink several
glasses of water to dilute your stomach
contents, and seek immediate medical
treatment.
– If any toner comes into contact with your
eyes, flush them thoroughly with water,
and seek medical treatment.
– If any toner comes into contact with your
skin, wash the area thoroughly with soap
and water.
– If you inhale any toner, move to an area
with fresh air and consult local medical
personnel.
Drum unit
L Read the instructions on page 12 before you
begin installation of the drum unit. After you
have read them, open the drum unit
protection bag. The drum unit contains a
photosensitive drum. Exposing it to light may
damage the drum. Once you have opened
the protection bag:
– Do not expose the drum unit to light for
more than 5 minutes.
– Do not touch or scratch the green drum
surface.
– Do not place the drum unit near dust or
dirt, or in a high humidity area.
– Do not expose the drum unit to direct
sunlight.
FOR BEST PERFORMANCE:
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Fuser unit
Fuser unit
L The fuser unit gets hot. Do not touch it.
L During or immediately after printing, the area
near the recording paper exit (1) also gets
warm. This is normal.
Toner cartridge
L Be careful of the following when you handle
the toner cartridge:
– Do not leave the toner cartridge out of the
protection bag for a long time. It will
decrease the toner life.
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L In the printing process, heat is used to fuse
toner onto the page. As a result, it is normal
for the machine to produce an odour during
and shortly after printing. Be sure to use this
unit in an area with proper ventilation.
L To extend the life of the drum unit, the unit
should never be turned OFF immediately
after printing. Leave the power turned ON for
a minimum of 30 minutes after printing.
L Store unused paper in the original packaging,
in a cool and dry place. Not doing so may
affect print quality.
L Do not cover slots or openings on the unit.
Inspect the air circulation vents regularly and
remove any dust build-up with a vacuum
cleaner.
L When replacing the toner cartridge or drum
unit, do not allow dust, water, or liquids to
come in contact with the drum. This may
affect print quality.
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Important Information
Important Information
Important Information
The connection to the telecommunication
systems must not be hard wired and must be
unplugged before the earth is disconnected.
Method of connection
This apparatus is connected to the exchange
line or PABX/PMBX extension by the new
standard British Telecom plug and socket.
Arrangements for provision of this type of
termination can be made through the nearest
British Telecom Sales Office.
This apparatus may be connected to the
following types of installation.
a) For connection to the public switched
telephone network (PSTN) and
compatible (Private Branch Exchange),
which use DTMF signalling. (Please
consult your supplier for an up to date list
of compatible PBX’s.)
b) The apparatus can be used on extension
sockets connected to a direct exchange
line (D.E.L.).
c) This apparatus is suitable for connection
to the telecommunication system directly
or via compatible private branch exchange
as an extension. The supplier of the
apparatus should be consulted for an up
to date list of PBX’s with which the
apparatus is compatible.
NOTES:
● If you experience any problems with the
normal use of your apparatus, you should
unplug it from the telephone outlet and
connect a known working telephone in its
place. If the known working telephone still
gives problems, then please contact the
customer service department of your PSTN
operator (e.g. BT etc.). If it operates
properly, then the problems are likely to be
a fault in your apparatus. In this case,
consult your supplier for advice.
● Your PSTN operator may charge you if
they attend a service call that is not due to
apparatus supplied by them.
It cannot be guaranteed that the apparatus
will operate under all possible conditions of
connection to compatible PBX’s.
● This apparatus is suitable for connection to
a PBX with or without initial proceed
indication.
● This apparatus is suitable for connection to
a PBX with or without secondary proceed
indication.
Any cases of difficulty should be referred in
the first instance to the supplier of the
apparatus.
d) The apparatus must not be connected in
the following manner:
–As an extension to a pay phone
–As a party line with shared service
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Fitting a Plug to the Mains Lead
Fitting a Plug to the Mains Lead
Fitting a plug to the mains lead
This appliance is supplied with a moulded
three pin mains plug for your safety and
convenience.
A 13 amp fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please
ensure that the replacement fuse has a
rating of 13 amps and that it is approved by
ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for ASTA mark
mark
or the BSI
IMPORTANT:
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in
accordance with the following code:
Green-and-Yellow: Earth
Blue:
Neutral
Brown:
Live
As the colours of the wire in the mains lead
of this appliance may not correspond with
the coloured markings identifying the
terminals in your plug, proceed as follows.
on the body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover
you must ensure that it is refitted when the
fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not
be used until a replacement cover is
obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased
from your local Panasonic dealer.
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS
UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET
IN YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE
SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG
CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE
ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF
PLUG IS INSERTED INTO ANY 13 AMP
SOCKET.
The wire which is coloured GREEN-ANDYELLOW must be connected to the terminal
in the plug which is marked with the letter E
or by the Earth symbol
or coloured
GREEN or GREEN-AND-YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be
connected to the terminal in the plug which
is marked with the letter N or coloured
BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be
connected to the terminal in the plug which
is marked with letter L or coloured RED.
How to replace the fuse: Open the fuse
compartment with a screwdriver and replace
the fuse (and fuse cover).
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe
the wiring code as shown below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified
electrician.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED.
FUSE
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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
1.3 Extension telephone adaptor for UK... 9
Finding the Controls
1.4 Description of buttons....................... 10
1.5 Overview .......................................... 11
Installation
1.6 Toner cartridge and drum unit ......... 12
1.7 Paper tray .........................................14
1.8 Paper stacker....................................14
1.9 Document stacker............................. 15
1.10 Handset cord ....................................15
1.11 Recording paper............................... 15
2. Preparation
Connections and Setup
2.1 Connections .....................................17
Help Button
2.2 Help function ....................................18
Volume
2.3 Adjusting volume ..............................18
Initial Programming
2.4 Date and time ...................................19
2.5 Your logo...........................................20
2.6 Your fax number ............................... 21
3. Telephone
Automatic Dialling
3.1 Storing names and telephone numbers
into one-touch dial ............................ 22
3.2 Storing names and telephone numbers
into the navigator directory ............... 22
3.3 Editing a stored entry .......................23
3.4 Erasing a stored entry ...................... 23
3.5 Making a phone call using one-touch
dial and navigator directory .............. 23
3.6 R button (to use the recall feature) ... 24
Caller ID
3.7 Caller ID service ............................... 24
3.8 Viewing and calling back using caller
information........................................ 24
3.9 Printing the Caller ID list................... 25
3.10 Erasing caller information ................. 26
3.11 Storing caller information.................. 26
4. Fax
Sending Faxes
4.1 Sending a fax manually .................... 27
4.2 Documents you can send ................. 28
4.3 Sending a fax using one touch dial and
4.4
navigator directory............................28
Broadcast transmission .................... 29
Receiving Faxes
4.5 Selecting the way to use your fax
machine............................................31
4.6 Receiving a fax manually.................. 32
4.7 Receiving a fax automatically ........... 32
4.8 Using the unit with an answering
machine............................................33
4.9 Receive polling (retrieving a fax placed
on another fax machine)................... 33
4.10 Junk fax prohibitor (preventing fax
reception from undesired callers) ..... 34
5. Copy
Copying
5.1 Making a copy ..................................35
6. Programmable Features
Features Summary
6.1 Programming ....................................37
6.2 Basic features...................................37
6.3 Advanced features............................38
6.4 Direct commands for programming
features.............................................40
7. Help
Error Messages
7.1 Error messages – Reports ............... 41
7.2 Error messages – Display ................ 41
Frequently Asked Questions
7.3 When a function does not work, check
here .................................................. 43
Replacement
7.4 Replacing the toner cartridge and the
drum unit ......................................... 46
Jams
7.5 Recording paper jam ........................48
7.6 Document jams - sending................. 50
Cleaning
7.7 Cleaning the inside of the unit .......... 51
8. General Information
Printed Reports
8.1 Reference lists and reports .............. 54
Specifications
8.2 Technical data about this product ..... 55
Guarantee
8.3 Condition of guarantee .....................58
9. Index
9.1
Index................................................ 59
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1. Introduction and Installation
1 Introduction and Installation
1.1 Included accessories
Item
Part number*1
Quantity
1
Mains lead
PFJA03A008Z
1
----------
2
Telephone line cord
PQJA87S
1
for UK
3
Handset
PFJXE1005Z
1
----------
4
Handset cord
PFJA1029Z
1
----------
5
Paper stacker
PFKS1096Z1
1
----------
6
Paper tray
PFKS1085Z1
1
----------
7
Drum unit
KX-FA84X
1
See page 57.
8
Toner cartridge (starter toner
cartridge)
----------
1
prints about 800 A4sized pages with a 5%
image area (page 57).
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Operating instructions
PFQX1895Z
1
----------
j
Quick start sheet
PFQW2035Z
1
----------
No.
Specifications
*1 Part numbers are subject to change without notice.
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. Introduction and Installation
1.2 Accessory information
1.2.1 Sales and Support Information
Customer Care Centre
L For UK customers: 08701 580560
L For Republic of Ireland customers: 01 289 8333
L Visit our website for product information
L E-mail: customer.care@panasonic.co.uk
Direct Sales at Panasonic UK
L Order accessory and consumable items for your product with ease and confidence by phoning our
Customer Care Centre Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm (Excluding public holidays).
L Or go on line through our Internet Accessory ordering application at www.panasonic.co.uk
L Most major credit and debit cards accepted.
L All enquires transactions and distribution facilities are provided directly by Panasonic UK Ltd.
L It couldn’t be simpler!
L Also available through our Internet is direct shopping for a wide range of finished products, take a
browse on our website for further details.
Model No.
Item
Usage
Specifications
KX-FA83X
Toner cartridge
For replacement, see page 46.
See page 57.
KX-FA84X
Drum unit
For replacement, see page 46.
See page 57.
1.3 Extension telephone adaptor for UK
When using the unit with an external answering machine (page 33), please purchase an extension
telephone adaptor by contacting one of the following:
– www.panasonic.co.uk
– Panasonic Customer Care Centre on Telephone number 08701 580560
– local Panasonic authorised dealer
To EXT socket
S
b1
a1
E
To telephone line cord of
external telephone or telephone
answering machine
N. C
A
(contact side)
b1
S
E
a1
N. C
(view: A)
a1, b1: Line
S
: Shunt
E
: Earth Recall (This function is not provided on this fax machine.)
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1. Introduction and Installation
Finding the Controls
1.4 Description of buttons
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
A Station keys
L To use one-touch dial (page 22, 23, 28).
B {BROADCAST}
L To transmit a document to multiple parties
(page 29, 30).
C {MANUAL BROAD}
L To transmit a document to multiple parties
manually (page 29, 30).
D {JUNK FAX PROHIBITOR}
L To use junk fax prohibitor (page 34).
E {COLLATE}
L To make a collated copy (page 35).
F {RESOLUTION}
L To select a resolution (page 27, 35).
G {AUTO ANSWER}
L To turn ON/OFF the auto answer setting
(page 32, 32).
H {QUICK SCAN START}
L To store a scanned document into
memory, and then send it (page 27).
I {REDIAL/PAUSE}
L To redial the last number dialled. If the line
is busy when you make a phone call using
the {MONITOR} button, the unit will
automatically redial the number up to 5
times.
L To insert a pause during dialling.
J {HANDSET MUTE}
L To mute your voice to the other party
during a conversation. Press this button
again to resume the conversation.
K {R}
L To access special telephone services
such as call waiting (page 24) or for
transferring extension calls.
L {MONITOR}
L To initiate dialling.
M {HELP}
L To print a quick reference (page 18).
N {DIRECTORY PROGRAM}
L To store or edit names and telephone
numbers (page 22).
O {MENU}
L To initiate or exit programming.
P {NAVIGATOR}{VOLUME}
L To adjust volume (page 18).
L To search for a stored entry (page 23, 28).
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L To select features or feature settings
during programming (page 37).
L To navigate to the next operation.
Q {CALLER ID PRINT}
L To print the Caller ID list (page 25).
R {CALLER ID SEARCH}
L To view caller information (page 24).
S {LOWER}{NAME/TEL NO.}
L To select stations 12–22 for one-touch
dial (page 22, 23, 28).
L To change the display of the caller
information (page 25).
T {STOP}
L To stop an operation or programming.
U {FAX START}{SET}
L To initiate fax transmission or reception.
L To store a setting during programming.
V {COPY START}
L To initiate copying (page 35).
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1. Introduction and Installation
1.5 Overview
1
7
2
8
3
9
4
j
56
k
l
1 Handset
2 Speaker
3 Document guides
4 Paper tray
5 Recording paper entrance
6 Tension plate
7 Paper stacker*1
8 Document stacker*1
9 Recording paper exit
j Document exit
k Front cover
l Document entrance
*1 The paper stacker and document stacker
may not be shown in all illustrations.
Note:
L Remove all the blue shipping tapes before
installation.
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1. Introduction and Installation
3
Installation
1.6 Toner cartridge and
drum unit
Caution:
L Read the following instructions before
you begin installation. After you have read
them, open the drum unit protection bag.
The drum unit contains a photosensitive
drum. Exposing it to light may damage the
drum. Once you have opened the
protection bag:
– Do not expose the drum unit to light for
more than 5 minutes.
– Do not touch or scratch the green
drum surface.
– Do not place the drum unit near dust or
dirt, or in a high humidity area.
– Do not expose the drum unit to direct
sunlight.
L Do not leave the toner cartridge out of the
protection bag for a long time. It will
decrease the toner life.
1
Place the toner cartridge (1) into the drum
unit (2) vertically.
1
2
4
Firmly press down the toner cartridge to
snap into position (1).
1
Before opening the protection bag of the new
toner cartridge, shake it vertically more than
5 times.
5
Turn the two levers (1) on the toner
cartridge firmly.
1
2
Remove the toner cartridge and drum unit
from the protection bags. Peel off the seal
(1) from the toner cartridge.
1
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1. Introduction and Installation
6
Make sure that the triangles (1) match, to
install the toner cartridge correctly.
8
Install the drum and toner unit (1) by holding
the tabs.
1
2
1
7
Lift open the front cover (1), holding OPEN
(2).
L Do not touch the transfer roller (2).
1
9
Close the front cover (1) by pushing down
on both sides, until locked.
1
2
L If the lower glass (3) is dirty, clean it with
a soft and dry cloth.
3
L While the unit displays “PLEASE WAIT”,
do not open the front cover, or disconnect
the mains lead.
Toner save feature
If you want to reduce toner consumption, set the
toner save setting to ON (feature #79 on page
39). The toner cartridge will last approximately
40% longer. This feature may lower the print
quality.
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1. Introduction and Installation
1.7 Paper tray
1.8 Paper stacker
Insert the paper tray (1) into the slot (2) on the
back of the unit.
Line up the slots (1) in the paper stacker with
the pegs (2) on the bottom of the unit, then
insert the two tabs of the paper stacker into the
slots on the unit (3).
1
2
2
3
3
Note:
L Do not place the unit in an area where the
paper tray may be obstructed (i.e., by a wall,
etc.).
L Keep this surface (3) away from walls etc.
more than 50 mm to let the unit cool down.
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1
Note:
L Do not place the unit in an area where the
paper stacker may be easily bumped into.
L Document and recording paper will be
ejected from the front of the unit. Do not place
anything in front of the unit.
L The paper stacker can hold up to
approximately 100 sheets of printed paper.
Remove the printed paper before the paper
stacker becomes full.
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1. Introduction and Installation
1.9 Document stacker
1.10 Handset cord
Pull the document stacker (1) forward gently
until it clicks into place, then press the centre
part of the document stacker (2) to open the
extender (3).
Connect the handset cord (1).
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1.11 Recording paper
1
2
A4 size recording paper can be used for fax
messages. The unit can hold up to 220 sheets of
60 g/m2 to 75 g/m2 paper, 200 sheets of 80 g/m2
or 180 sheets of 90 g/m2 paper.
See the note for paper specifications (page 56).
1
Before inserting a stack of paper, fan the
paper to prevent paper jams.
3
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1. Introduction and Installation
2
Pull the tension plate forward (1) and insert
the paper, print-side down (2), then push
the tension plate back (3).
2
4
1
4
3
L The paper should not be over the tabs
(4).
L If the paper is not inserted correctly,
readjust the paper, or the paper may jam.
Correct
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Incorrect
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2. Preparation
L If you use the unit with a computer and your
internet provider instructs you to install a
filter, please connect it as follows.
2 Preparationand Setup
Connections
2.1 Connections
Plug in the mains lead and the telephone line
cord. (Switch on AC mains outlet.)
Connect to LINE.
Telephone
line cord
Filter
Telephone line cord
Mains lead
To telephone
network
To
telephone
network
To Household
Mains Supply
(220-240 V, 50 Hz)
Caution:
L The mains lead 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 To avoid malfunction, do not position fax
machine near appliances such as TVs or
speakers which generate an intense
magnetic field.
L If any other device is connected on the same
line, this unit may disturb the network
condition of the device.
L If you want to connect an answering machine
to this unit, see page 33.
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2. Preparation
Help Button
2.2 Help function
2.3 Adjusting volume
The unit contains helpful information which can
be printed for quick reference.
Basic settings:
How to set the date, time, your logo and fax
number.
Feature list:
How to program the features.
Directory:
How to store names and numbers in the
directory and how to dial them.
Fax receiving:
Help with problems to receive faxes.
{A}{B}
{SET}
2.3.1 Ringer volume
4 levels (high/medium/low/off) are available.
While the unit is idle, press {A} or {B}.
L If any documents are in the document
entrance, you cannot adjust the ringer
volume. Confirm that there are no documents
in the entrance.
Copier:
How to use the copier function.
Reports:
List of available reports.
Caller ID:
How to use the Caller ID service.
To turn the ringer OFF:
1
Press {B} repeatedly to display the
following.
RINGER OFF= OK?
YES:SET/NO:STOP
2
Press {SET}.
RINGER OFF
{HELP}
{<}{>}
1
2
3
Volume
L To turn the ringer back on, press {A}.
{SET}
Press {HELP}.
While the ringer volume is set to OFF:
When a call is received, the unit will not ring and
will display the following.
INCOMING CALL
Press {<} or {>} repeatedly to display the
desired item.
Press {SET}.
L The selected item will be printed.
Ringer pattern
L You can select one of three ringer patterns for
external calls (feature #17, page 38).
2.3.2 Monitor volume
8 levels (high to low) are available.
While using the monitor, press {A} or {B}.
Initial Programming
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2. Preparation
L The accuracy of the clock is approximately
±60 seconds a month.
2.4 Date and time
To correct a mistake
Press {<} or {>} to move the cursor to the
incorrect number, and make the correction.
If you have subscribed to a Caller ID
service
The date and time will be automatically set
according to the received caller information.
{MENU}
{SET}
{<}{>}
1
Press {MENU}.
SYSTEM SETUP
PRESS NAVI.[( )]
2
Press {<} or {>} repeatedly to display the
following.
SET DATE & TIME
PRESS SET
3
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.
Example: 10 August, 2003
Press {1}{0} {0}{8} {0}{3}.
D:10/M:08/Y:03
TIME: |
12:00AM
5
Enter the current hour/minute by selecting 2
digits for each. Press {*} to select “AM” or
“PM”.
Example: 3:15PM (12 hour clock entry)
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
Press {SET}.
L The next feature will be displayed.
7
Press {MENU} to exit the program.
Note:
L This information will be printed on each page
transmitted from your unit.
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2. Preparation
Keys
Characters
2.5 Your logo
{6}
M N O m n
o
6
The logo can be your company, division or name.
{7}
P Q R S p
q
r
{8}
T U V t
v
8
{9}
W X Y Z w x
{0}
0
(
)
% & ¥
{MENU}
{SET}
1
Press {MENU}.
SYSTEM SETUP
PRESS NAVI.[( )]
2
Press {<} or {>} repeatedly to display the
following.
YOUR LOGO
PRESS SET
3
7
y
z
9
!
"
#
$
@ @ ^
’
→
u
< >
{#}
To change capital or lowercase letter.
{R}
Hyphen button
{HANDSET
MUTE}
Insert button
{STOP}
Delete button
{STOP}
{R} {<}{>}{A}{B}
{HANDSET MUTE}
s
Note:
L To enter another character located on the
same number key, press {>} to move the
cursor to the next space.
To enter your logo
Example: “BILL”
1. Press {2} 2 times.
Press {SET}.
L Cursor (|) will appear on the display.
LOGO=|
B
2. Press {4} 3 times.
LOGO=|
LOGO=B|
I
4
Enter your logo, up to 30 characters. See the
character table on page 20 for details.
5
Press {SET}.
L The next feature will be displayed.
6
Press {MENU} to exit the program.
3. Press {5} 3 times.
LOGO=BI|
L
4. Press {>} to move the cursor to the next
space and press {5} 3 times.
Note:
L This information will be printed on each page
transmitted from your unit.
To select characters with the dial keypad
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
20
K L
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
2. Press {4} 3 times.
LOGO=B|
I
3. Press {#}.
LOGO=B|
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2. Preparation
4. Press {5} 3 times.
LOGO=Bi|
l
2.6 Your fax number
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}.
{MENU}
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 {HANDSET MUTE} to insert a space
and enter the character.
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.
{R}
1
{STOP}
{<}{>}
{SET}
Press {MENU}.
SYSTEM SETUP
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|
Display order of characters
Capital
alphabet
: Pressing {A}
Number
: Pressing {B}
Symbol
Lower-case
alphabet
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
3 Telephone
Automatic
Dialling
3.1 Storing names and
telephone numbers into
one-touch dial
Up to 22 telephone numbers can be stored in
one-touch dial for quick access.
L Station 1 to 3 can be used alternatively as
broadcast keys (page 29).
L You can also send faxes using one-touch dial
(page 28).
Helpful hints:
L You can confirm the stored entries in the
telephone number list (page 54).
Note:
L A hyphen or a space entered in a telephone
number counts as two 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}.
Station keys
3.2 Storing names and
telephone numbers into
the navigator directory
{LOWER}
{<}{>}
{SET}
{STOP}
{DIRECTORY PROGRAM}
1
2
Up to 100 telephone numbers can be stored in
the navigator directory for quick access.
L You can also send faxes using the navigator
directory (page 28).
Press {DIRECTORY PROGRAM}.
Select the desired station key.
For stations 1–3:
1. Press one of the station keys.
Example:
STATION 1
DIAL MODE
[±]
2. Press {SET}.
Press one of the station keys.
For stations 12–22:
Press {LOWER}, then press one of the
station keys.
3
Enter the name, up to 10 characters (see
page 20 for instructions).
4
5
6
Press {SET}.
7
Press {DIRECTORY PROGRAM}.
22
Enter the telephone number, up to 30 digits.
Press {SET}.
L To program other entries, repeat steps 2
to 6.
{SET}
{<}{>}
For stations 4–11:
{DIRECTORY PROGRAM}
{STOP}
1
2
3
Press {DIRECTORY PROGRAM}.
4
5
6
Press {SET}.
7
Press {DIRECTORY PROGRAM}.
Press {>}.
Enter the name, up to 10 characters (see
page 20 for instructions).
Enter the telephone number, up to 30 digits.
Press {SET}.
L To program other entries, repeat steps 3
to 6.
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Helpful hints:
L You can confirm the stored entries in the
telephone number list (page 54).
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.
2
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
3
4
Press {DIRECTORY PROGRAM}.
5
Press {SET}.
Press {#}.
L To cancel erasing, press {STOP}.
To correct a mistake
Press {<} or {>} to move the cursor to the
incorrect character/number, and then make the
correction.
3.5 Making a phone call
using one-touch dial and
navigator directory
To delete a character/number
Press {<} or {>} to move the cursor to the
character/number you want to delete, and press
{STOP}.
Before using this feature, program the desired
names and telephone numbers into one-touch
dial and navigator directory (page 22).
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
3.3 Editing a stored entry
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
1
3.5.1 Using one-touch dial
1
2
Press {MONITOR} or lift the handset.
Select the desired station key.
For stations 1–11:
Press {>}.
L Confirm that there are no documents in
the document entrance.
Press the desired station key.
For stations 12–22:
2
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
3
4
Press {DIRECTORY PROGRAM}.
Press {*}.
L If you do not need to edit the name, skip
to step 6.
3.5.2 Using the navigator
directory
5
Edit the name (see the storing procedure on
page 22 for instructions).
1
6
Press {SET}.
L If you do not need to edit the telephone
number, skip to step 8.
Press {>}.
L Confirm that there are no documents in
the document entrance.
2
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
Press {MONITOR} or lift the handset.
L The unit will start dialling automatically.
Press {LOWER}, then press the desired
station key.
L The unit will start dialling automatically.
7
Edit the telephone number. For further
details, see the storing procedure on page
22.
3
8
Press {SET}.
To search for a name by initial
Example: “LISA”
1. Press {>}.
L Confirm that there are no documents in
the document entrance.
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 20).
3.4 Erasing a stored entry
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
1
Press {>}.
L Confirm that there are no documents in
the document entrance.
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3. Telephone
L To search for symbols (not letters or
numbers), press {*}.
4. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display
“LISA”.
L To stop the search, press {STOP}.
L To dial the displayed number, press
{MONITOR} or lift the handset.
3.6 R button (to use the
recall feature)
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
{R} is used to access optional telephone
services such as call waiting. Contact your
telephone company business office for details.
If your unit is connected to a PBX, pressing {R}
allows you to access some features of your host
PBX such as transferring an extension call.
Call waiting
When a call waiting tone is heard during a
conversation, place the existing call on hold
and answer the second call by pressing {R}.
L Each time you press {R}, you can switch
between the first and second call.
L Incoming calls cannot be dropped by the
person who has received the call.
Caller ID
3.7 Caller ID service
This unit 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 and name.
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 Depending on the service of the local
telephone company, the date/time of the
call or the caller’s name may not be
displayed.
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Change the following ring setting to 2 or
more rings beforehand.
– FAX ring setting (feature #06, page 38)
3.7.1 How Caller ID is displayed
The calling party’s telephone number or name
will be displayed after the first ring. You then
have the option of whether or not to answer the
call.
The unit will automatically store the caller
information (telephone number, name and the
time of the call). You can view the caller
information (page 24) and print the Caller ID list
(page 25).
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 CALLER” or “WITHHELD”: The
caller requested not to send caller
information.
“LONG DISTANCE”: The caller made a long
distance call.
To confirm caller information using the
Caller ID list
The unit will store information for the most recent
30 callers.
– To print manually, see page 25.
– To print automatically after every 30 new
calls, activate feature #26 (page 38).
3.8 Viewing and calling
back using caller
information
You can easily view caller information and call
back.
Important:
L Calling back will not be possible in the
following cases:
– The telephone number includes data
other than numbers (i.e., * or #).
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3. Telephone
– The caller information does not
include a telephone number.
3.8.1 Editing a caller’s telephone
number before calling back
1
2
{STOP}
{MONITOR}
{<}{>}{A}{B}
{CALLER ID SEARCH} {FAX START}
{HANDSET MUTE}
1
2
3
Press {A} to search from the most recent
calls.
Press {B} to search from the oldest calls.
L If you need to edit the telephone number,
see page 25.
Press {MONITOR} or lift the handset to call
back the displayed party.
L The unit will start dialling automatically.
L To send a fax, insert the document FACE
DOWN and press {FAX START}.
To change the display of the caller
information
Press {NAME/TEL NO.} repeatedly after step 2.
Example:
1345678901
11:20AM 20 Jul ,
b
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
3
Press {NAME/TEL NO.} to display the
telephone number.
4
Press dial key (0 to 9) or {*} to enter the
editing mode and edit the telephone number.
5
Press {MONITOR} or lift the handset to call
back the edited number.
L The unit will start dialling automatically.
L To send a fax, insert the document FACE
DOWN and press {FAX START}.
{NAME/TEL NO.}
Press {CALLER ID SEARCH}.
Press {CALLER ID SEARCH}.
Note:
L The edited telephone number will not be
saved in the caller information. To save in the
directory, see page 26.
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}.
To insert a number
1. Press {<} or {>} to move the cursor to the
position to the right of where you want to
insert the number.
2. Press {HANDSET MUTE} to insert a space
and enter the number.
SAM LEE
11:20AM 20 Jul ,
L Check mark (,) on the display means the call
has already been viewed or answered.
Display while viewing
L When the unit did not receive name
information, the display will show “NO NAME
RCVD”.
L When no calls have been received, the
display will show “NO CALLER DATA”.
To stop viewing
Press {STOP} after step 2.
3.9 Printing the Caller ID
list
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
1
Press {CALLER ID PRINT} to start printing.
L The display will show “ERASE ALL OK?”
after printing.
2
Press {STOP} to exit the program.
L To erase all of the stored caller
information, press {SET} instead of
{STOP}.
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3. Telephone
4
For stations 1–3:
3.10 Erasing caller
information
1. Press the desired station key.
2. Press {SET}.
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
3. Press {SET}.
For stations 4–11:
3.10.1 Erasing all caller
information
1
Press {MENU} repeatedly to display
“CALLER SETUP”.
2
3
Press {SET}.
4
5
1. Press the desired station key.
2. Press {SET}.
For stations 12–22:
1. Press {LOWER}, then press the desired
station key.
Press {SET}.
L To cancel erasing, press {STOP}, then
{MENU}.
2. Press {SET}.
Press {SET}.
2. Press {SET}.
Press {STOP} to exit the program.
3.10.2 Erasing specific caller
information
1
2
Press {CALLER ID SEARCH}.
3
Press {<}.
L To cancel erasing, press {STOP} 2 times.
4
Press {SET}.
L To erase other entries, repeat steps 2 to
4.
5
Press {STOP} to exit the program.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
3.11 Storing caller
information
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.
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
1
2
Press {CALLER ID SEARCH}.
3
Press {DIRECTORY PROGRAM}.
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Select the station key or navigator directory.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
For navigator directory:
1. Press {<} or {>}.
5
Press {SET}.
Note:
L You can confirm the stored entries in the
telephone number list (page 54).
L The unit can only store a name of up to 10
characters long.
L To edit a name or number, see page 23.
L If you enter a new entry into a station key, the
previous entry will be replaced.
L If you use stations 1–3 as broadcast keys,
you cannot store caller information for
stations 1–3 (page 29).
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4. Fax
4 Fax
Sending
Faxes
4.1 Sending a fax manually
1
2
{MONITOR}
{STOP}
{FAX START}
{SET}
{REDIAL/PAUSE}
{RESOLUTION}
{QUICK SCAN START}
– “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.
– “PHOTO WITH TEXT”: For originals
containing photographs and text.
L Using the “FINE”, “SUPER FINE”, “PHOTO”
and “PHOTO WITH TEXT” 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
1. Press {REDIAL/PAUSE}.
2. Press {FAX START}.
L If the line is busy, the unit will automatically
redial the number up to 5 times.
L To cancel redialling, press {STOP}, then
press {SET}.
To send more than 20 pages at a time
Insert the first 20 pages of the document. Add
the other pages (up to 20 at a time) before the
last page feeds into the unit.
1
Adjust the width of the document guides (1)
to the size of the document.
2
Insert the document (up to 20 pages) FACE
DOWN (2) until a single beep is heard and
the unit grasps the document.
3
If necessary, press {RESOLUTION}
repeatedly to select the desired resolution.
4
5
6
Press {MONITOR}.
Pre-dialling 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}.
Dial the fax number.
Sending from memory
When a fax tone is heard:
Quick scan feature
You can scan the document into memory before
sending.
Press {FAX START}.
When the other party answers your call:
Lift the handset and 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.
1. Insert the document.
2. Enter the fax number.
3. Press {QUICK SCAN START}.
Transmitting reservation (Dual Access)
feature
You can send the document even when the unit
is just receiving a fax or sending a fax from
memory.
1. Insert the document during fax reception or
fax memory transmission.
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4. Fax
2. Enter the fax number using the dial keypad,
one-touch dial or navigator directory.
Effective scanning area
L Shaded area (1) will be scanned.
3. Press {QUICK SCAN START} or {FAX
START}.
4 mm
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.
1
4 mm
4 mm
4 mm
208 mm
To stop transmission
Press {STOP}.
216 mm
Sending report for confirmation
A sending report provides you with a printed
record of transmission results. To use this
feature, activate feature #04 (page 37). For an
explanation of error messages in the result
column, see page 41.
Journal report
A journal report provides you with a printed
record of the 30 most recent faxes. To print
manually, see page 54. To print automatically
after every 30 new fax communications, activate
feature #22 (page 38). For an explanation of
error messages in the result column, see page
41.
4.2 Documents you can
send
128 mm
Minimum document size
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.
128 mm
4.3 Sending a fax using
one touch dial and
navigator directory
600 mm
Maximum document size
216 mm
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Before using this feature, program the desired
names and telephone numbers into one touch
dial and navigator directory (page 22).
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
1
Adjust the width of the document guides to
the size of the document.
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4. Fax
2
Insert the document (up to 20 pages) FACE
DOWN until a single beep is heard and the
unit grasps the document.
3
If necessary, press {RESOLUTION}
repeatedly to select the desired resolution
(page 27).
4
Enter the fax number.
2
For BROADCAST 1-2:
1. Press the desired {BROADCAST} key.
2. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select
“BROADCAST”.
For MANUAL BROADCAST:
1. Press {MANUAL BROAD}.
Using stations 1–11:
2. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select
“MANUAL BROAD”.
Press the desired station key.
Using stations 12–22:
Press {LOWER}, then press the desired
station key.
3
4
Using stations 12–22:
Press {LOWER}, then press the desired
station key.
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}, then
press {SET}.
By programming entries from one-touch dial
(page 22) and navigator directory (page 22) 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 30
for broadcast transmission instructions.
L The broadcast function utilises stations 1–3.
The one-touch dial function will be disabled.
L Keep the front cover page open for button
locations.
4.4.1 Programming entries into
the broadcast memory
1
Program entries.
Press the desired station key.
Press {<} or {>}, then press {A} or {B}
repeatedly to display the desired entry and
press {SET}.
4.4 Broadcast
transmission
Press {SET}.
Using stations 1–11:
Using navigator directory:
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 after
dialling to tell you the status of the other
party’s machine (feature #76, page 39).
Select the desired broadcast key.
Using navigator directory:
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry, and press {SET}.
Using the dial keypad (only for MANUAL
BROAD):
Enter the fax number and press {SET}.
L To program other entries, repeat this step
(up to 20 entries).
5
Press {SET} after programming all of the
desired entries.
L To program another broadcast key,
repeat steps 2 to 5.
6
Press {STOP} to exit the program.
Note:
L If you program the wrong entry, press
{STOP} after step 4 to erase the entry.
L Confirm the stored entries by printing a
broadcast programming list (page 54).
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
Press {>}.
L Confirm that there are no documents in
the document entrance.
2
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired broadcast memory
(“<BROADCAST1>”, “<BROADCAST2>” or
“<MANUAL BROAD>”).
3
Press {DIRECTORY PROGRAM}.
Press {DIRECTORY PROGRAM}.
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4. Fax
4
5
Press {*}.
6
Press {SET}.
L To add other entries, repeat steps 5 and 6
(up to 20 entries).
7
Press {DIRECTORY PROGRAM} to exit the
program.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
4.4.3 Erasing a stored entry from
the broadcast memory
1
Press {>}.
L Confirm that there are no documents in
the document entrance.
2
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired broadcast memory
(“<BROADCAST1>”, “<BROADCAST2>” or
“<MANUAL BROAD>”).
3
4
5
Press {DIRECTORY PROGRAM}.
6
7
Press {SET}.
8
Press {DIRECTORY PROGRAM} to exit the
program.
Press {#}.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry you want to erase.
L To cancel erasing, 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 the desired {BROADCAST} (1-2) or
{MANUAL BROAD}.
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.
L After transmission, the stored document
will be erased automatically, and the unit
will automatically print a broadcast
sending report.
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If necessary, press {RESOLUTION}
repeatedly to select the desired resolution
(page 27).
Note:
L If you select “FINE”, “SUPER FINE”, “PHOTO”
or “PHOTO WITH TEXT” 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.
To cancel broadcast transmission
1. Press {STOP} while the unit displays
“BROADCASTING”.
L The display will show “SEND
CANCELLED?”.
2. Press {SET}.
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4. Fax
Receiving Faxes
4.5.3 With answering machine
4.5 Selecting the way to
use your fax machine
Your situation
You want to use the fax machine with an
answering machine.
Depending on your situation, select the way you
prefer to use your fax machine.
– Use only as a fax
– Mostly phone calls
– With answering machine
How to set up
Connect an external telephone answering
machine and set the ring count of the answering
machine to less than 4.
L Set the ring count in FAX ONLY mode of the
fax machine to more than 4, if you use with
auto answer on.
4.5.1 Use only as a fax
Your situation
You have a separate telephone line just for faxes.
How to set up
Set the fax machine to FAX ONLY mode (page
32) by pressing {AUTO ANSWER} repeatedly.
How to receive calls
When receiving phone calls, the answering
machine will record voice messages.
ON
How to receive calls
All incoming calls will be answered as faxes.
4.5.2 Mostly phone calls
Your situation
You plan to answer the calls yourself.
How to set up
Set the fax machine to TEL mode (page 32) by
pressing {AUTO ANSWER} repeatedly.
OFF
How to receive calls
You have to answer all calls manually.
To receive a fax document, press {FAX START}
for each fax receiving.
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4. Fax
4.6 Receiving a fax
manually
OFF
To stop receiving
Press {STOP}.
Extension telephone
You can receive fax documents using an
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
remote fax activation to ON (feature #41,
page 39) beforehand.
{STOP}
{FAX START}
4.6.1 Activating TEL mode
Set the fax machine to TEL mode by pressing
{AUTO ANSWER} repeatedly to display the
following.
4.7 Receiving a fax
automatically
ON
TEL MODE
L The AUTO ANSWER light is OFF.
How to receive calls
1. When the unit rings, lift the handset to answer
the call.
2. When:
– document reception is required,
– a fax calling tone (slow beep) is heard, or
– no sound is heard,
press {FAX START}.
CONNECTING.....
3. Replace the handset.
L The unit will start fax reception.
L If you do not answer the call within 10
rings, the unit will temporarily switch to fax
reception. The other party can then send
a fax.
4.7.1 Activating FAX ONLY mode
Set the fax machine to FAX ONLY mode by
pressing {AUTO ANSWER} repeatedly to
display the following.
FAX ONLY MODE
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4. Fax
L The AUTO ANSWER light is ON.
5
Set the fax machine to the desired receiving
mode (page 32, 32).
L If you set to FAX ONLY mode, change
the ring setting in FAX ONLY mode to
more than 4 (feature #06 on page 38).
6
Check all or part of the followings are not the
same:
– the remote access code of the answering
machine
– the fax activation code (feature #41 on
page 39)
Note:
L The number of rings before a call is answered
in FAX ONLY mode can be changed (feature
#06 on page 38).
How to receive calls
When receiving calls, the unit will automatically
answer all calls and only receive fax documents.
4.8 Using the unit with an
answering machine
4.8.1 Setting up the fax machine
and an answering machine
1
Connect the answering machine.
Remove the stopper.
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 (pre-selected fax
activation code).
L The unit will activate the fax function.
4. The caller presses the start button to send a
document.
Note:
L The fax activation code can be changed in
feature #41 (page 39).
Extension telephone
adaptor
(not included)
Answering machine
(Not included)
2
Set the number of rings on the answering
machine to less than 4.
L This will allow the answering machine to
answer the call first.
3
Record a greeting message on the
answering machine.
L We recommend you record a message
up to 10 seconds long, and not to pause
for more than 4 seconds during the
message. Otherwise, both machines will
not function correctly.
4
4.9 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.
Activate the answering machine.
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4. Fax
4.10 Junk fax prohibitor
(preventing fax reception
from undesired callers)
If you subscribe to Caller ID service, this feature
prevents fax reception from calls that do not
show caller information.
Additionally, faxes originating from numbers that
match a programmable junk fax prohibitor list will
not be accepted by the fax machine (page 34).
Important:
L This feature does not work when:
– the unit is set to the TEL mode, or
– manual reception is performed.
4.10.1 Activating the junk fax
prohibitor
LIGHT
JUNK FAX
PROHIBITOR
{SET}
{STOP}
{CALLER ID SEARCH}
{<}{>}{A}{B}
1
2
3
4
5
Press {JUNK FAX PROHIBITOR}.
Press {>}.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select “ON”.
Press {SET}.
Press {STOP} to exit the program.
Note:
L While the junk fax prohibitor is activated, the
JUNK FAX PROHIBITOR indicator is ON.
4.10.2 Programming undesired
callers
You can register up to 10 undesired numbers
from the Caller ID list (page 24) if you do not wish
to receive faxes from them.
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1
2
Press {CALLER ID SEARCH}.
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
entry you wish to prevent the fax reception
from.
3
4
Press {JUNK FAX PROHIBITOR}.
5
Press {STOP} to exit the program.
Press {SET}.
L To program other entries, repeat steps 2
to 4.
Note:
L If there is no space to store new entries,
“LIST FULL” is displayed in step 4. Erase
unnecessary entries.
To display the junk fax prohibitor list
1. Press {JUNK FAX PROHIBITOR}.
2. Press {>} repeatedly to display “JUNK LIST
DISP.”.
3. Press {SET}.
4. Press {A} or {B} to display the entry.
5. To stop viewing, press {STOP}.
6. To exit the list, press {STOP}.
To print the junk fax prohibitor list
1. Press {JUNK FAX PROHIBITOR}.
2. Press {>} repeatedly to display “JUNK LIST
PRINT”.
3. Press {SET}.
4. Press {STOP} to exit the list.
To erase an entry from the junk fax
prohibitor list
1. Press {JUNK FAX PROHIBITOR}.
2. Press {>} repeatedly to display “JUNK LIST
DISP.”.
3. Press {SET}.
4. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired entry.
5. Press {<}.
L To cancel erasing, press {STOP}.
6. Press {SET}.
L The entry is erased.
7. Press {STOP} 2 times.
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5. Copy
– “PHOTO WITH TEXT”: For originals
containing photographs and text.
5 Copy
Copying
5.1 Making a copy
L If you select “STANDARD”, copying will be
done using “FINE” mode.
1
To stop copying
Press {STOP}.
5.1.1 More copying features
2
{A}{B} {COLLATE}
{STOP}
{COPY START}
{RESOLUTION}
To enlarge a document
1. After step 4 on page 35, press {A}
repeatedly to select from “105%” to “200%” by
changing the enlargement rate 5% at a time.
2. Press {COPY 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
Enlarged
document copy
A B
A B
C D
C D
1
Adjust the width of the document guides (1)
to the size of the document.
2
Insert the document (up to 20 pages) FACE
DOWN (2) until a single beep is heard and
the unit grasps the document.
3
If necessary, press {RESOLUTION}
repeatedly to select the desired resolution.
4
Press {COPY START}.
L If necessary, enter the number of copies
(up to 99).
5
Press {COPY START}.
L The unit will start copying.
Note:
L Any transmittable document can be copied
(page 28).
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.
To reduce a document
1. After step 4 on page 35, press {B}
repeatedly to select from “50%” to “95%” by
changing the reduction rate 5% at a time.
2. Press {COPY START}.
Example: 70% reduced copy
Reduced
Original
document copy
A B
A B
C D
C D
To collate multiple copies
The unit can collate multiple copies in the same
order as the original document pages.
1. After step 3 on page 35, press {COLLATE}
repeatedly to display “COLLATE=ON”.
L If necessary, enter the number of copies
(up to 99).
2. Press {COPY START}.
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5. Copy
Example: Making 2 copies of a 4-page
original document
4
3
4
2
4
1
3
3
2
4
2
3
1
2
1
Collated
pages
1
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. Programmable Features
L The setting you selected is set, and the
next feature will be displayed.
6 Programmable
Features
Summary
Features
6.1 Programming
7
To exit programming, press {MENU}.
To cancel programming
Press {MENU} to exit the program.
{MENU}
{SET}
{<}{>}{A}{B}
6.1.1 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.
Press {SET}.
L The setting you selected is set, and the
next feature will be displayed.
To exit programming, press {MENU}.
6.1.2 Programming advanced
features
1
2
3
4
Press {MENU}.
Press {<} or {>} repeatedly to display
“ADVANCE SETTINGS”.
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.
5
Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired setting.
L This step may be slightly different
depending on the feature.
6
Press {SET}.
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 37 to page 39).
3. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to display the
desired setting.
4. Press {SET}.
5. To exit programming, press {MENU}.
6.2 Basic features
Code #01: Setting the date and time
SET DATE & TIME
PRESS SET
See page 19 for details.
Code #02: Setting your logo
YOUR LOGO
PRESS SET
See page 20 for details.
Code #03: Setting your fax number
YOUR FAX NO.
PRESS SET
See page 21 for details.
Code #04: Printing a sending report
SENDING REPORT
=ERROR
[±]
To print a sending report for fax transmission
results (page 28).
“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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6. Programmable Features
Code #06: Changing the ring setting in FAX
ONLY mode
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”. If you are using the unit with an
answering machine, set to more than 4 (page
33).
Code #12: Enabling remote operation for an
answering machine
REMOTE TAM ACT.
=OFF
[±]
If you are using the unit with an answering
machine, activate this feature, and program the
remote activation ID to enable remote operation
of the answering machine.
1. Press {MENU}.
2. Press {#} then {1}{2}.
3. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select “ON”.
4. Press {SET}.
5. Enter your ID from 1 to 5 digits, using 0–9,
{*} and {#}.
L The default ID is “11”.
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.
“NEXT FAX”: This setting is effective only for the
next attempted fax transmission. After
transmission, the unit will return to the previous
setting.
“ERROR” (default): When the previous fax
transmission fails and you wish to re-send the
document automatically.
“OFF”: Deactivates this feature.
Code #25: Sending a fax at a specific time
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}.
4. Press {A} or {B} repeatedly to select “ON”.
6. Press {SET}.
5. Press {SET}.
7. Press {MENU}.
6. Enter the fax number.
7. Press {SET}.
Code #17: Setting the ringer pattern
RINGER PATTERN
=A
[±]
You can select “A” (default), “B” or “C”.
6.3 Advanced features
Code #22: Setting the journal report to print
automatically
AUTO JOURNAL
=ON
[±]
“ON” (default): The unit will print a journal report
automatically after every 30 new fax
communications (page 28).
“OFF”: The unit will not print a journal report, but
will keep a record of the last 30 fax
communications.
Code #23: Sending documents overseas
OVERSEAS MODE
=ERROR
[±]
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8. Enter the transmission start time.
L Press {*} repeatedly to select “AM” or
“PM”.
9. Press {SET}.
L To cancel after programming, press {STOP}
then {SET}.
Code #26: Setting the Caller ID list to print
automatically
AUTO CALL. LIST
=ON
[±]
“ON” (default): The unit will print the Caller ID list
automatically after every 30 new calls (page 24).
“OFF”: The unit will not print the Caller ID list, but
keep a record of the information for the last 30
callers.
Code #37: Receiving other size documents
AUTO REDUCTION
=ON
[±]
To receive a fax document that is longer than
your recording paper.
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6. Programmable Features
“ON” (default): The unit will fit received
documents onto your recording paper.
“OFF”: The unit will print the original size.
Code #39: Changing the display contrast
LCD CONTRAST
=NORMAL
[±]
“NORMAL” (default): For normal contrast.
“DARKER”: Used when the display contrast is too
light.
Code #41: Changing the fax activation code
FAX ACTIVATION
=ON
[±]
If you use an extension telephone and wish to
use it to receive a fax, activate this feature and
program the activation code.
L This code is also used to receive a voice
message and a fax in the same call (page
33).
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”.
L Do not enter “0000”.
“OFF”: You have to press {FAX START} for fax
reception.
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.
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 those 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.
6. Press {SET}.
“ON” (default): You will hear connecting tones.
“OFF”: Deactivates this feature.
7. Press {MENU}.
Code #79: Setting toner save 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 hear 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 and hear a fax calling tone (slow beep).
“ON” (default): You do not have to press {FAX
START} for fax reception.
TONER SAVE
=OFF
[±]
“ON”: The toner cartridge will last longer.
“OFF” (default): Deactivates this feature.
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”.
4. Press {SET}.
5. Press {SET} again.
6. Press {MENU}.
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6. Programmable Features
6.4 Direct commands for
programming features
You can also select the desired setting by directly
entering the program code (# and a 2-digit
number) and direct command.
1
2
3
4
5
Press {MENU}.
Press {#} and the 2-digit code number.
Press the desired direct command, using the
dial keypad, to display the desired setting.
L This step may be slightly different
depending on the feature.
Press {SET}.
To exit programming, press {MENU}.
Program code and direct command key
{#}{0}{1} Date and time
L Enter the date and time using the dial keypad
(see page 19 for details).
{#}{0}{2} Your logo
L Enter your logo using the dial keypad (see
page 20 for details).
{#}{0}{3} Your fax number
L Enter your fax number using the dial keypad
(see page 21 for details).
{#}{0}{4} Sending report
– {1}:“ON”
– {2}:“OFF”
– {3}:“ERROR” (default)
{#}{0}{6} Fax ring count
– {1}:“1”
– {2}:“2” (default)
– {3}:“3”
– {4}:“4”
– {5}:“5”
– {6}:“6”
– {7}:“7”
– {8}:“8”
– {9}:“9”
{#}{1}{2} Remote activation ID
– {1}:“ON”
– {2}:“OFF” (default)
L If you select “ON”, then enter your ID from 1 to
5 digits using 0-9, * and #.
{#}{1}{7} Ringer pattern
– {1}:“A” (default)
– {2}:“B”
– {3}:“C”
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{#}{2}{2} Journal report
– {1}:“ON” (default)
– {2}:“OFF”
{#}{2}{3} Overseas mode
– {1}:“NEXT FAX”
– {2}:“OFF”
– {3}:“ERROR” (default)
{#}{2}{5} Delayed transmission
– {1}:“ON”
– {2}:“OFF” (default)
L If you select “ON”, then enter the fax number
and transmission time using the dial keypad
(see feature #25 on page 38 for details).
{#}{2}{6} Caller ID list
– {1}:“ON” (default)
– {2}:“OFF”
{#}{3}{7} Auto reduction
– {1}:“ON” (default)
– {2}:“OFF”
{#}{3}{9} Display contrast
– {1}:“NORMAL” (default)
– {2}:“DARKER”
{#}{4}{1} Fax activation code
– {1}:“ON” (default)
– {2}:“OFF”
L If you select “ON”, then enter your code from 2
to 4 digits using 0-9, * and #.
{#}{4}{4} Memory reception alert
– {1}:“ON” (default)
– {2}:“OFF”
{#}{4}{6} Friendly reception
– {1}:“ON” (default)
– {2}:“OFF”
{#}{6}{8} ECM selection
– {1}:“ON” (default)
– {2}:“OFF”
{#}{7}{6} Connecting tone
– {1}:“ON” (default)
– {2}:“OFF”
{#}{7}{9} Toner save
– {1}:“ON”
– {2}:“OFF” (default)
{#}{8}{0} Reset advanced features
– {1}:“YES”
– {2}:“NO” (default)
L If you select “YES”, press {SET} 2 times, then
press {MENU} to exit programming.
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7. Help
7 HelpMessages
Error
7.1 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 28).
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 socket and
try again.
L An overseas transmission error occurred. Try
using the overseas mode (feature #23, page
38).
DOCUMENT JAMMED
L The document is jammed. Remove the
jammed document (page 50).
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.
JUNK FAX PROH. REJECT
L The junk fax prohibitor of your fax machine
rejected fax reception.
PRESSED THE STOP KEY
L {STOP} was pressed and fax communication
was cancelled.
THE COVER WAS OPENED
L The front cover was opened. Close it and try
again.
OK
L Fax communication was successful.
7.2 Error messages –
Display
If the unit detects a problem, one or more of the
following messages will appear on the display.
CALL SERVICE
L There is something wrong with the unit.
Contact our service personnel.
CHANGE DRUM
L There is something wrong with the drum unit.
Replace the drum unit and the toner cartridge
(page 46).
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 51) and try
again.
CHECK DRUM
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 48).
L The drum unit is not inserted properly. Reinsert it correctly (page 12).
NO DOCUMENT
L The document was not fed into the unit
properly. Re-insert the document and try
again.
L The memory (telephone numbers,
parameters, etc.) has been erased. Reprogram.
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 27).
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.
CHECK MEMORY
COVER OPEN
L The front cover is open. Close it.
DIRECTORY FULL
L There is no space to store new entries in
navigator directory. Erase unnecessary
entries (page 23).
DRUM LIFE OVER
REPLACE DRUM
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L The drum life is complete. Replace the drum
unit immediately (page 46).
FAILED PICK UP
L Recording paper was not fed into the unit
properly. Re-insert the recording paper (page
48).
L Recording paper is not fed into the unit
properly. Reinstall paper (page 15).
PAPER JAMMED
L A recording paper jam occurred. Clear the
jammed paper (page 48).
PLEASE WAIT
FAX IN MEMORY
L The unit is warming up. Wait for a while.
L The unit has a document in memory. See the
other displayed message instructions to print
out the document.
FAX 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 48).
L When performing memory transmission, the
document being stored exceeded the
memory capacity of the unit. Transmit the
entire document manually.
LOW TEMP.
L The inside of the unit is extremely cold and
cannot be operated. Use the unit in a warmer
area. While the unit cannot be operated, the
received documents are temporarily stored
into the memory, and will be printed out
automatically when the unit warms up.
MEMORY FULL
POLLING ERROR
L The other party’s fax machine does not offer
the polling function. Check with the other
party.
REDIAL TIME OUT
L The other party’s fax machine is busy or has
run out of recording paper. Try again.
REMOVE DOCUMENT
L The document is jammed. Remove the
jammed document (page 50).
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.
REPLACE DRUM
SOON
L The drum life is near to an end. Replace the
drum unit as soon as possible (page 46).
TONER EMPTY
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.
L The toner life is complete. Replace the toner
cartridge immediately (page 46).
TONER LOW
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.
L The toner life is near to an end. Replace the
toner cartridge as soon as possible (page
46).
TRANSMIT ERROR
L A transmission error occurred. Try again.
WARM UP
OUT OF PAPER
L Recording paper is not installed or the unit
has run out of paper. Install paper (page 15).
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L The inside of the unit is too cold. Let the unit
warm up. Wait for a while.
WRONG PAPER
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L The fax message was printed on paper which
is shorter than A4 size paper. Use the
appropriate size paper (page 56).
Frequently Asked Questions
7.3 When a function does
not work, check here
7.3.1 General
I cannot make and receive calls.
L The mains lead 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 socket directly. If the unit operates
properly, check the splitter.
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 18).
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 by pressing {AUTO
ANSWER}.
The {REDIAL/PAUSE} 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 #12 (page 38)
and #41 (page 39).
The unit beeps.
L Recording paper has run out. Press {STOP}
to stop the beeps and install paper.
7.3.2 Fax – sending
I cannot send documents.
L The telephone line cord is connected to the
EXT socket on the unit. Connect to the LINE
socket (page 17).
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 27).
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 with correction
fluid, etc. Clean them (page 51). Please do
not insert the document before correction
fluid has dried completely.
I cannot send a fax overseas.
L Use the overseas transmission mode of
feature #23 (page 38).
L Add two pauses at the end of the telephone
number or dial manually.
7.3.3 Fax – receiving
I cannot receive documents.
L The telephone line cord is connected to the
EXT socket on the unit. Connect to the LINE
socket (page 17).
I cannot receive documents automatically.
L The receiving mode is set to TEL mode. Set
to FAX ONLY mode by pressing {AUTO
ANSWER}.
L The time taken to answer the call is too long.
Decrease the number of rings in feature #06
(page 38).
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The display shows “CONNECTING.....”, but
faxes are not received.
L The incoming call is not a fax. Change the
receiving mode to TEL mode by pressing
{AUTO ANSWER}.
A blank sheet is ejected.
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 with correction
fluid, etc. Clean them (page 51). Please do
not insert the document before correction
fluid has dried completely.
7.3.4 Copying
The unit will not make a copy.
L You cannot make a copy during
programming. Make the copy after
programming.
A black line, a white line or smudge appears
on the copied document.
L The glass or rollers are dirty with correction
fluid, etc. Clean them (page 51). Please do
not insert the document before correction
fluid has dried completely.
The printing quality is poor.
Original
Copy
ABC
The printing quality is poor.
L The other party sent a faint document. Ask
them to send a clearer copy of the document.
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.
L The remaining toner is low. Replace the toner
cartridge (page 46).
L We recommend you replace the drum unit
every fourth time you replace the toner
cartridge (page 46). To check the drum life
and quality, please print the printer test list
(page 54).
L The toner save mode is ON (feature #79,
page 39).
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 48).
L The unit is not in FAX ONLY mode. Press
{AUTO ANSWER} repeatedly to turn ON the
AUTO ANSWER light.
I cannot select the desired receiving mode.
L If you want to set FAX ONLY mode:
– press {AUTO ANSWER} repeatedly to
turn ON the AUTO ANSWER light.
L If you want to set TEL mode:
– press {AUTO ANSWER} repeatedly to
turn OFF the AUTO ANSWER light.
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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.
L The remaining toner is low. Replace the toner
cartridge (page 46).
L We recommend you replace the drum unit
every fourth time you replace the toner
cartridge (page 46). To check the drum life
and quality, please print the printer test list
(page 54).
L The toner save mode of feature #79 is ON
(page 39).
7.3.5 Using an answering
machine
I cannot receive documents automatically.
L Your greeting message on the answering
machine is too long. Shorten the message.
Record a message up to 10 seconds long.
L The answering machine rings too many
times. Set to 1 or 2 rings.
I cannot receive voice messages.
L Check if the answering machine is turned ON
and connected to the fax machine properly
(page 33).
L Set the number of rings on the answering
machine to 1 or 2.
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I cannot retrieve recorded voice messages
on the answering machine from a remote
location.
L You did not program your remote access
code into your fax machine correctly.
Program the same code that is programmed
on the answering machine on the fax
machine with feature #12 (page 38).
I pressed the remote access code to access
the answering machine remotely, but the line
was disconnected.
L The code may include “#” which is used for
certain features provided by telephone
companies. Change the code on the
answering machine to another number which
does not include “#”. Also change the code of
the fax machine with feature #12 (page 38).
Callers complain that they cannot send a
document.
L Your answering machine has run out of
recording tape. Rewind the tape to record
messages.
L You set the answering machine to only give a
greeting message.
7.3.6 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 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.
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7. Help
Replacement
1
Before opening the protection bag of the new
toner cartridge, shake it vertically more than
5 times.
2
Remove the new toner cartridge from the
protection bag. Peel off the seal (1) from the
toner cartridge.
7.4 Replacing the toner
cartridge and the drum
unit
When the display shows the following, replace
the toner cartridge.
TONER LOW
TONER EMPTY
We recommend you replace the drum unit every
fourth time you replace the toner cartridge. To
check the drum life and quality, please print the
printer test list (page 54). To ensure that the unit
operates properly, we recommend the use of
Panasonic toner cartridge (Model No. KXFA83X) and drum unit (Model No. KX-FA84X).
See page 9 for accessory information.
Caution:
L We cannot be responsible for any damage
to the unit or degradation of print quality
which may occur from the use of a nonPanasonic toner cartridge and drum unit.
L The drum unit contains a photosensitive
drum. Exposing it to light may damage the
drum.
Once you have opened the protection
bag:
– Do not expose the drum unit to light for
more than 5 minutes.
– Do not touch or scratch the green
drum surface.
– Do not place the drum unit near dust or
dirt, or in a high humidity area.
– Do not expose the drum unit to direct
sunlight.
L Do not unplug the fax machine. Loss of
fax documents in memory may occur.
L Do not leave the toner cartridge out of the
protection bag for a long time. It will
decrease the toner life.
L Do not add toner to the toner cartridge.
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1
3
Lift open the front cover (1), holding OPEN
(2).
1
2
3
Caution:
The fuser unit (3) gets hot. Do not
touch it.
4
Tap on the used toner cartridge several times
to allow the remaining toner to fall into the
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drum unit. Remove the drum and toner unit
(1) by holding the two tabs.
6
Remove the used cartridge (1) from the
drum unit (2).
1
2
2
1
L Do not touch the transfer roller (2).
L If you replace the toner cartridge and the
drum unit at the same time, skip to step 7.
5
3
L The toner may stick to the cartridge and
the drum unit. Be careful when handling.
See page 4 for details.
L Do not drop the toner on the green drum
surface (3).
L Put the used toner cartridge into the
protection bag.
Turn the two levers (1) on the used toner
cartridge firmly, until the triangles (2) match.
7
1
If you replace the drum unit at the same time,
remove the new drum unit from the
protection bag.
Place the new toner cartridge (1) into the
drum unit (2) vertically.
1
2
2
8
Firmly press down the toner cartridge to
snap into position (1).
1
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7. Help
9
Turn the two levers (1) on the toner
cartridge firmly.
11 Install the drum and toner unit (1) by holding
the tabs.
1
1
10 Make sure that the triangles (1) match, to
12 Close the front cover (1) by pushing down
on both sides, until locked.
install the toner cartridge correctly.
1
1
L If the lower glass (2) is dirty, clean it with
a soft and dry cloth.
2
L While the unit displays “PLEASE WAIT”,
do not open the front cover, or disconnect
the mains lead.
Waste disposal method
Waste material should be dumped or incinerated
under conditions which meet all national and
local environmental regulations.
Jams
7.5 Recording paper jam
7.5.1 When the recording paper
has jammed in the unit
The display will show the following.
PAPER JAMMED
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1
Lift open the front cover (1), holding OPEN
(2).
allow the jammed paper (3) to pull free
from the rear cabinet.
1
1
2
2
3
3
Caution:
The fuser unit (3) gets hot. Do not
touch it.
2
2. Lift both green levers (1) forward until
they stop.
Remove the jammed paper.
When the recording paper has jammed
near the drum and toner unit:
Remove the jammed paper (1) carefully by
pulling it toward you.
2
1
3. Remove the jammed paper (1) from the
fuser unit by pulling it upwards carefully,
then install the drum and toner unit.
1
L Do not touch the transfer roller (2).
When the recording paper has jammed
near the recording paper exit:
1
1. Remove the recording paper (1), then
remove the drum and toner unit (2) to
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4. Push back the levers (1) to the original
position.
L Before re-inserting, make sure to fan and
straighten the recording paper.
2
1
1
3
Close the front cover (1) by pushing down
on both sides, until locked. Pull the tension
plate forward (2) and re-insert the recording
paper (3), then push back the tension plate.
L Before re-inserting, make sure to fan and
straighten the recording paper.
7.6 Document jams sending
1
1
Lift open the front cover (1), holding OPEN
(2).
3
1
2
2
3
7.5.2 When the recording paper
is not fed into the unit properly
The display will show the following.
FAILED PICK UP
Remove the recording paper. Pull the tension
plate forward (1) and re-insert the recording
paper (2), then push back the tension plate.
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Caution:
The fuser unit (3) gets hot. Do not
touch it.
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2
Hold the centre part of the front cover (1),
and pull open the inner cover (2).
Note:
L Do not pull out the jammed document forcibly
before opening the front cover.
1
2
3
L Do not touch the transfer roller (3).
Cleaning
3
Remove the jammed document carefully
(1).
7.7 Cleaning the inside of
the unit
If any of the following problems occurs, clean the
inside of the unit:
– If misfeeding of your original occurs
frequently.
– If a black line, a white line or a dirty pattern
appears on your recording paper, on your
original, or on the fax document received by
the other party.
1
4
5
Push back the inner cover.
Close the front cover (1) by pushing down
on both sides, until locked.
1
Caution:
L Be careful when handling the drum and
toner unit.
See the caution for the drum unit on page
46 for details.
L Do not use paper products, such as paper
towels or tissues, to clean the inside of
the unit.
1
Disconnect the mains lead and the
telephone line cord.
2
Lift open the front cover (1), holding OPEN
(2).
1
2
3
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Caution:
The fuser unit (3) gets hot. Do not
touch it.
3
7
Remove the drum and toner unit (1) by
holding the two tabs.
Clean the document separation roller (1)
with a cloth moistened with isopropyl rubbing
alcohol, and let all parts dry thoroughly.
1
1
8
4
Clean the lower glass (1) with a soft and dry
cloth.
Hold the centre part of the front cover (1),
and pull open the inner cover (2).
1
1
2
9
Reinstall the drum and toner unit (1) by
holding the tabs.
3
L Do not touch the transfer roller (3).
5
Clean the document feeder roller (1) with a
cloth moistened with isopropyl rubbing
alcohol, and let all parts dry thoroughly.
Clean the upper glass (2) with a soft and dry
cloth.
1
2
6
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Push back the inner cover.
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10 Close the front cover (1) by pushing down
on both sides, until locked.
1
11 Reconnect the mains lead and the telephone
line cord.
Note:
L Do not touch the transfer roller (1).
1
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8. General Information
8 General
Printed
Reports
Information
8.1 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 37 to page 39).
Telephone number list:
Provides you with names and numbers which
are stored in one-touch dial and 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
38).
Broadcast programming list:
Provides you with names and numbers which
are stored in the broadcast memory (page 29).
Printer test:
Allows you to check the print quality of your unit.
If the test print has a dirty pattern, or blurred
points or lines, clean the inside of the unit (page
51). If printing quality is still poor, replace the
toner cartridge and drum unit.
{MENU}
{STOP}
{<}{>}
{SET}
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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8. General Information
8.2 Technical data about this product
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
A4: 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:
Laser Printer
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:
10°C – 32.5°C, 20% – 80% RH (Relative Humidity)
Dimensions:
Approx. height 220 mm × width 430 mm × depth 360 mm
Mass (Weight):
Approx. 9.0 kg
Power consumption:
Standby: Approx. 4 W
Transmission: Approx. 12 W
Reception: Approx. 290 W
Copy: Approx. 290 W
Maximum: Approx. 950 W (When the fuser lamp turns on)
Power supply:
220–240 V AC, 50 Hz
Fax memory capacity:
Approx. 120 pages of memory transmission
Approx. 170 pages of memory reception
(Based on the ITU-T No. 1 Test Chart in standard resolution.)
Laser diode properties:
Laser output: Max. 5 mW
Wave length: 760 nm – 800 nm
Emission duration: Continuous
Print speed:
Approx. 12 ppm (pages per minute)
Printing resolution:
600 × 600 dpi
*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.
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8. General Information
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
– Inkjet 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.
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8. General Information
Toner life
Toner life depends on the amount of content in a received, copied or printed document. The following is
the approximate relationship between image area and toner life for replacement toner cartridge
(Model No. KX-FA83X). Toner life varies in actual usage.
5% image area
10% image area
15% image area
Approx. 2,500 sheets of A4 size
paper can be printed.
Approx. 1,200 sheets of A4 size
paper can be printed.
Approx. 800 sheets of A4 size
paper can be printed.
Note:
L The image area changes with the depth, thickness and size of the characters.
L If you turn on the toner save feature, the toner cartridge will last approx. 40% longer.
Drum life
The included drum unit or Model No. KX-FA84X can print approx. 10,000 A4-sized sheets at 20 sheets
per print job, and approx. 5,000 A4-sized sheets at 1 sheet per print job regardless of the content of the
image area. The actual drum life is determined by various factors, such as temperature, humidity and
type of paper, etc.
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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8. General Information
Guarantee
8.3 Condition of guarantee
This guarantee is in addition to and does not in any way affect any statutory or other rights of
consumer purchasers. If within the applicable guarantee period, the appliance proves to be
defective by reason of faulty design, workmanship or materials, we undertake subject to the
following conditions to have the defective appliance (or any part or parts there of) repaired or
replaced free of charge.
1. The appliance shall have been purchased and used solely within the UK and in accordance
with standard operating instructions and the technical and/or Safety Standards required in
the UK.
2. The purchaser will within 7 days of purchase complete the included warranty registration
form and fax it to us for registration. Failure to return such a form could result in delay in
providing the guarantee service.
3. The appliance should be returned together with this guarantee and proof of date of purchase
promptly on being found defective at the purchaser’s risk and expense to the authorised
dealer from whom the appliance was purchased or to the nearest authorised dealer. All
enquiries must be through such dealers.
4. This guarantee shall not apply to damage caused through fire, accident, lightning, misuse,
wear and tear, neglect, incorrect adjustment or repair, to damage caused through
installation, adaption, modification or use in an improper manner or inconsistent with the
technical and/or safety standards required in the country where this appliance is used, or to
damage occurred during transit to or from the purchaser.
5. If at any time during the guarantee period any part or parts of the appliance are replaced
with a part or parts not supplied or approved by us or of an objective quality safe and
suitable for the appliance, or the appliance has been dismantled or repaired by any person
not authorised by us, we shall have the right to terminate this guarantee in whole or in part
immediately without further notice.
6. The purchaser’s sole and exclusive remedy under this guarantee against us is for the repair
or replacement of the appliance or any defective part or parts and no other remedy,
including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damage or loss of whatsoever nature
shall be available to the purchaser.
7. This guarantee shall not apply to cassette tapes, batteries and any other items of limited
nature life.
8. Our decision on all matters relating to complaints shall be final. Any appliance or defective
part which has been replaced shall become our property.
9. The guarantee period applicable to this product shall be 12 months from the date of
purchase.
Please keep these Operating Instructions with your receipt.
Panasonic Business Systems U.K.
Receipt No.
Model No.
58
Date of Purchase
KX-FL511E
Serial No.
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9. Index
9. Index
9.1 Index
# #01 Date and time: 19
#02 Your logo: 20
#03 Your fax number: 21
#04 Sending report: 28, 37
#06 FAX ring setting: 38
#12 Remote activation ID: 38
#17 Ringer pattern: 18
#22 Journal report: 28, 38
#23 Overseas mode: 38
#25 Delayed transmission: 38
#26 Caller ID list: 38
#37 Auto reduction: 38
#39 Display contrast: 39
#41 Fax activation code: 39
#44 Memory reception alert: 39
#46 Friendly reception: 39
#68 ECM selection: 39
#76 Connecting tone: 39
#79 Toner save: 39
#80 Reset advanced features: 39
A Accessories
Paper stacker: 14
Paper tray: 14
Advanced features: 38
Alert
Memory reception (Feature #44): 39
Answering machine: 33
Auto reduction (Feature #37): 38
B Basic features: 37
Broadcast transmission: 29
C Caller ID
Calling back: 24
Storing: 26
Caller ID list (Feature #26): 24, 38
Character table: 20
Cleaning: 51
Communication messages: 41
Connecting tone (Feature #76): 39
Connections: 17
Copy: 35
Collation: 35
Enlarge: 35
Reduce: 35
D Date and time (Feature #01): 19
Delayed transmission (Feature #25): 38
Direct command: 40
Display
Contrast (Feature #39): 39
Error messages: 41
Document size: 28
Drum life: 57
Drum unit: 12, 46
E ECM selection (Feature #68): 39
Error messages: 41
Extension telephone: 32
F Fax activation code (Feature #41): 39
Fax number (Feature #03): 21, 37
Friendly reception (Feature #46): 39
H Help: 18
J Jams
Document: 50
Recording paper: 48
Journal report (Feature #22): 28, 38
Junk fax prohibitor: 34
L Logo (Feature #02): 20, 37
N Navigator directory
Making a phone call: 23
Selecting characters: 21
Sending faxes: 28
Storing: 22
O One-touch dial
Making a phone call: 23
Sending faxes: 28
Storing: 22
Overseas mode (Feature #23): 38
P Polling: 33
Power failure: 45
Programming: 37
Q Quick scan: 27
R Receiving alert (Feature #44): 39
Receiving faxes
Automatically: 32
Manually: 32
Recording paper: 15
Recording paper size: 56
Redialling: 27, 29
Remote activation ID (Feature #12): 38
Reports
Broadcast programming: 54
Broadcast sending: 30
Caller ID: 25, 38
Journal: 28, 54
Power down: 45
Printer test: 54
Sending: 28, 37
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9. Index
Setup: 54
Telephone number: 54
Reset (Feature #80): 39
Resolution: 27, 35
Ringer pattern (Feature #17): 18, 38
Ring setting
FAX ONLY (Feature #06): 38
S Sending faxes
Broadcast: 30
Dual access: 27
From memory: 27
Manually: 27
Navigator directory: 28
One-touch dial: 28
Sending report (Feature #04): 28, 37
Set default (Feature #80): 39
Storing
Broadcast: 29
Navigator directory: 22
One-touch dial: 22
T Toner cartridge
Installing: 12
Replacing: 46
Toner life: 57
Toner save (Feature #79): 13, 39
V Volume: 18
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Sales Department:
Panasonic Business Systems U.K.
Panasonic House, Willoughby Road, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8FP
Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.
1-62, 4-chome, Minoshima, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-8531, Japan
PFQX1895ZA
CM0503DT0
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