Panasonic Fax Machine KX-F1000AL User manual

Panasonic Fax Machine KX-F1000AL User manual
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
Plain Paper Facsimile
Model No.
KX-F1000AL
Telephone Answering System
with Plain Paper Facsimile
Model No.
KX-F1100AL
Contents
Pictured model KX-F1100AL
Chapt 1. Installation and Connection
Chapt 2. Initial Preparation
Chapt 3. Making and Answering Voice Calls
Chapt 4. Transmitting and Receiving Fax Calls
Chapt 5. Operating the Answering Device
(KX-F1100AL only)
Chapt 6. Copier Function
Please read these Operating Instructions before
using the unit and save for future reference.
Chapt 7. Automatic Dialing
Chapt 8. Advanced Operations
Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic Plain Paper Facsimile.
Caution:
¡Note that the images copied or received documents will remain on the used film. When disposing of the used
film, use discretion.
¡Do not rub the printed side or use an eraser on the printed side, as it may smear.
¡The used film is not reusable. You can order a new film for replacement through the nearest Panasonic
dealer.
Warning
¡When a failure occurs which results in the internal parts becoming accessible, disconnect the power supply
cord immediately and return this unit to an authorized service center.
¡Disconnect the Telecom connection before disconnecting power connection prior to relocating the
equipment, and reconnect the power first.
¡To minimize the possibility of lightning damage, when you know that a thunderstorm is coming, we
recommend that you:
A. Unplug the telephone line cord from the phone jack.
B. Unplug the power supply cord from the AC power outlet.
For your future reference
Date of purchase
Serial No.
(found on the rear of the unit)
Dealer’s name and address
Dealer’s telephone number
Included accessories
Power cord R1 pc. Telephone line
HandsetRRR1 pc. Handset cord
Document feeder
cord RRRR1 pc.
RRRRRR1 pc. tray RRRRR1 pc.
(p. 8)
(p. 8)
(p. 8)
(p. 8)
(p. 6)
Document stacker
Film cartridge
Paper cassette
Telephone plug
AA (R6, UM-3) size
RRRRRR1 pc.
RRRRRR1 pc.
RRRRRR1 pc.
RRRRRR1 pc. batteries (KX-F1100AL
only) RRRR4 pcs.
(pp. 4, 78)
—The included film
(p. 6)
is 30 meters.
(p. 5)
(p. 8)
¡If any items are missing, check with place of purchase.
¡Save the original carton and packaging.
Note:
Most figures in these operating instructions are drawn on the basis of KX-F1000AL.
j 1996 Kyushu Matsushita Electric Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
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(p. 7)
Table of Contents
1. Installation and Connection
Installing the film cartridge RRRRRRRRRR
Installing the paper cassette RRRRRRRRR
Installing the document stacker RRRRRRRR
Installing the document feeder tray RRRRRR
Installing the batteries (KX-F1100AL only) RRR
Connections RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Location of controls RRRRRRRRRRRRR
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5
6
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7
8
9
2. Initial Preparation
Setting the date and time RRRRRRRRRR
Setting your logoRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
How to enter characters and symbolsRRRRR
Setting your facsimile telephone number RRR
Adjusting volumes RRRRRRRRRRRRR
Recording greeting messages
(KX-F1100AL only) RRRRRRRRRRRR
Selecting the receive mode RRRRRRRRR
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12
13
14
14
15
16
3. Making and Answering Voice Calls
Making voice calls RRRRRRRRRRRRR 17
Answering voice callsRRRRRRRRRRRR 17
4. Transmitting and Receiving Fax Calls
Transmitting documents RRRRRRRRRR 18
Manual reception RRRRRRRRRRRRR 20
Automatic reception RRRRRRRRRRRR 20
5. Operating the Answering Device
(KX-F1100AL only)
Setup of voice message and document
reception RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Listening to messages in common memory RR
Erasing recorded messages RRRRRRRRR
Recording a memo message RRRRRRRR
Recording a telephone conversation RRRRR
Setting the caller’s recording time RRRRRR
Setting the message alert RRRRRRRRRR
Setting the recording time alert RRRRRRR
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29
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31
32
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6. Copier Function
Making a copy RRRRRRRRRRRRRRR 34
Facsimile
Voice contact RRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Polling RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Delayed transmissionRRRRRRRRRRRR
Reserving transmission during fax reception RR
Printing a cover page RRRRRRRRRRRR
Remote fax receiving using an extension RRR
Junk mail prohibitor RRRRRRRRRRRR
Receiving with distinctive ring serviceRRRRR
Special settings
Logo print position RRRRRRRRRRRRR
Overseas transmission mode RRRRRRRR
Copy reduction modeRRRRRRRRRRRR
Receiving reduction modeRRRRRRRRRR
Film/Paper save reception RRRRRRRRR
Extension copy RRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Pager alert for fax reception RRRRRRRRR
Special features for KX-F1100AL
Voice mailbox RRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Remote operation from a touch tone phone RR
Summary of remote operations RRRRRR
Programming the remote ANS ID RRRRR
Listening to messages in common memory R
Listening to messages in a mailbox RRRR
During playback RRRRRRRRRRRRR
Erasing messages from memory RRRRR
Other remote operations RRRRRRRRR
Pager alert for incoming messages RRRRRR
Day/night mode RRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Others
Display contrast RRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Resetting the advanced features RRRRRRR
TONE, RECALL and PAUSE buttons RRRRR
Printing reports and lists RRRRRRRRRR
Summary of user programmable features RRR
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3
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5
6
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9. Troubleshooting and Routine Care
Error messages on the displayRRRRRRRR
Before requesting help RRRRRRRRRRR
Clearing a recording paper jam RRRRRRR
Clearing a document jam RRRRRRRRRR
Cleaning the unitRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Replacing the film or film cartridge RRRRRR
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78
Important safety instructionsRRRRRRRRR
Accessory order information RRRRRRRRR
Specifications RRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Telstra Telephone (Instructions to customer) R
Index RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Remote control card for KX-F1100AL RRRRR
Speed dialer list RRRRRRRRRRRRRR
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9
10. General Information
7. Automatic Dialing
Storing Tel/Fax numbers RRRRRRRRRR
Making voice calls using automatic dialing RR
Transmitting documents using automatic
dialing RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
Electronic telephone directory RRRRRRRR
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8. Advanced Operations
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87
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1. Installation and Connection
Installing the film cartridge
Top cover
Head unit
1
2
Open the top cover.
3
Place the cartridge with the “BACK” indicator
facing up and tighten the film by winding the
gears if there is slack.
Press the green button on the right marked
“PUSH” and lift up the head unit.
PU
SH
Green button
BACK
Incorrect
Correct
Slack
Gear
4
Place the “BACK” side of the cartridge into
the unit, by inserting the pins on the sides of
the green gears into the green holders. Then
lower the front of the cartridge into place.
5
6
Press the head unit down firmly to lock in
place.
BACK
Green gear
BACK
Green holder
BACK
PUSH TO LOCK
Close the top cover securely by pushing
down on both sides.
Note:
Because the length of the included film is 30 meters, it is recommended to purchase 200 meter length film for
replacement soon. See page 82.
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1. Installation and Connection
Installing the paper cassette
You can use A4 size paper. The paper cassette can hold up to 250 sheets of 75 g/m2 (20 lb.) paper. Use 60 to
90 g/m2 (16 to 24 lb.) paper.
1
Paper cassette
cover
Open the paper cassette cover.
¡When removing the paper cassette from the
unit, lift it up slightly (A) and pull it towards
you (B).
B
A
2
3
Insert the paper by aligning the paper edges
with the partition.
¡Most paper has instructions recommending
the side to print on. Insert the paper with the
print side down.
¡The height of the paper should not exceed
the limit mark on the paper cassette or it
may cause a paper jam.
Limit mark
Partition
Fan the stack of paper to avoid a paper jam.
UPPER LIMIT
4
Push down the opposite edges so they are
secured under the clips.
Correct
Incorrect
Clip
5
Close the paper cassette cover and insert the
paper cassette into the unit until it clicks into
place.
PU
LL
UP
PULL UP
Note:
¡Do not insert paper of different thickness into the cassette at same time. This may cause a paper jam.
¡Avoid extremely smooth or shiny paper that is highly textured. Also avoid paper that is coated, damaged or
wrinkled, or paper with a cotton and/or fiber content that is over 20%.
¡Avoid used paper for double-sided printing.
¡Do not use paper printed with this unit for double-sided printing with other copiers or printers, or a paper
jam may occur.
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1
1. Installation and Connection
Installing the document stacker
Insert the document stacker with the bent side
facing up until it clicks into place.
Helpful hint:
To extend the document stacker, pull it towards
you until it clicks into place.
To save space, slide the document stacker into the
unit until it clicks into place.
Document stacker
Installing the document feeder tray
Tray fin
Document
feeder tray
B
6
Slot
A
Holder
1
2
Insert the three tray fins into the slots of the
unit (A).
Press down the tray to place it on the two
holders (B).
1. Installation and Connection
Installing the batteries (KX-F1100AL only)
The batteries are required to retain greeting and incoming voice messages in memory when the power cord is
disconnected or during a power failure. Install four AA batteries (supplied) before using the unit.
Top cover
Front lid
1
Open the top cover, then open the front lid by
sliding the lever towards you.
2
Remove the battery compartment cover by
pulling the hook towards you and lifting it up.
3
Install four batteries into the compartment
using correct polarity (+, –).
4
Replace the battery compartment cover by;
A Insert the tab of the cover into the hole.
B Press down the area marked “PRESS”
until it clicks into place.
5
Close the front lid securely by pushing down
on both sides, then close the top cover.
Front lid
open lever
PRESS
B
PRESS
A
Note:
¡Message retention time during a power failure is approximately 1 day with new batteries.
¡Install new batteries when the display shows “BATTERY LOW”.
¡To avoid losing the greeting and all messages saved in memory, the power cord must remain connected
when replacing batteries.
¡Disconnect the telephone line cord before opening the battery compartment cover.
¡Replace all the batteries once a year, or mis-operation may occur.
¡For further information about batteries, see page 81.
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1. Installation and Connection
Connections
EXT. jack
(The EXT. jack is provided for KX-F1000AL
only. For further details, see page 24.)
LINE jack
Handset
Power socket
Handset cord
Connect to
“LINE”.
Dialing mode switch:
Set to TONE.
—If you cannot dial, set to PULSE.
DIALING MODE
Telephone line cord
TONE
PULSE
Power cord
Telephone plug
Single telephone line
Power outlet
(220–240 V)
Note:
¡We recommend the use of an exclusive power outlet to avoid interference from other equipment.
¡When you operate this product, the power outlet should be near the product and easily accessible.
¡The unit will not function during a power failure.
¡When you use the KX-F1000AL, you cannot use an extension phone connected to the EXT. jack. When you
have telephone conversations between the extension and the other party then you pick up the phone of the
facsimile unit, the call is switched to the facsimile unit and the extension line is disconnected.
Helpful hint:
If assistance is needed, press (HELP). The unit will print a quick reference.
HELP
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1. Installation and Connection
Location of controls
1
Front view
Document entrance
Document feeder tray (p. 6)
Document guide(s) (p. 18)
Visual film indicator:
shows the approximate
amount of remaining
film.
Speaker (p. 14)
FULL
FILM
INDICATOR
Microphone
(pp. 15, 17)
Recording paper exit
FILM
INDICATOR
EMPTY
Paper cassette
(p. 5)
Document stacker
(p. 6)
Front lid open
lever (p. 7)
Document exit
When the film indicator
points to the position in
the illustration above,
the remaining film
produces approx. 65
A4 size documents.
Prepare a new film or
film cartridge for
replacement.
Note:
The visual film indicator will show “FULL” when a new 200 meter film is installed. When the included film
cartridge (30 meter roll film) is installed, the indicator will not show “FULL”.
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1. Installation and Connection
Control panel (KX-F1000AL)
MENU button (p. 12)
VOLUME buttons (p. 14)
HELP button (p. 8)
RECALL button (p. 64)
RESOLUTION button (p. 18)
REDIAL/PAUSE button
(pp. 17, 64)
Display panel
DIRECTORY button
(pp. 36, 37)
RECEIVE MODE
button (p. 16)
RESOLUTION
HELP
DIRECTORY
MENU
FILM/PAPER SAVE
RECEIVE MODE
VOLUME
EXT TEL/ FA X TEL
TAM FA X
RINGER/HANDSET/SP-PHONE
GHI
PQRS
ABC
DEF
JKL
MNO
TUV
WXYZ
RECALL
REDIAL /PAUSE
STOP
TONE
11
2
7
12
3
8
13
COPY
START/ SET
4
9
14
5
10
FILM/PAPER
SAVE ON/OFF
VOICE STDBY
Dial keypad
TONE button (p. 64)
START/SET button
(p. 12, 18)
COPY button (p. 34)
Direct call stations
(pp. 13, 35)
STOP button (p. 18)
MUTE button (p. 17)
SP-PHONE/VOICE STDBY button (pp. 17, 38)
10
6
MUTE
SP-PHONE
MIC
1
FILM/PAPER SAVE
key (p. 48)
1. Installation and Connection
Control panel (KX-F1100AL)
MENU button (p. 12)
VOLUME buttons (p. 14)
HELP button (p. 8)
NEW MESSAGES button (p. 29)
RESOLUTION button (p. 18)
DIRECTORY
MAIL BOX button (p. 54)
button
Display panel
(pp. 36, 37)
ERASE button (p. 30)
RECEIVE MODE
button (p. 16)
FILM/PAPER SAVE
ANSWERING
ERASE
NEW
MESSAGES
MAIL BOX
VOLUME
RESOLUTION
HELP
DIRECTORY
MENU
CALLS
RECEIVE MODE
MAIL BOX
ANS/ TEL/ FA X TEL
FA X FA X
RINGER/HANDSET/SPEAKER
GHI
PQRS
ABC
DEF
JKL
MNO
TUV
WXYZ
RECALL
REDIAL /PAUSE
STOP
TONE
6
11
2
7
12
3
8
13
MUTE
COPY
START/ SET
SP-PHONE
MIC
1
4
9
5
10
14
FILM/PAPER
SAVE ON/OFF
VOICE STDBY
START/SET button
(p. 12, 18)
Dial keypad
COPY button (p. 34)
Direct call stations
(pp. 13, 35)
STOP button (p. 18)
TONE button (p. 64)
RECALL button (p. 64)
FILM/PAPER SAVE
REDIAL/PAUSE button (pp. 17, 64)
key (p. 48)
MUTE button (p. 17)
SP-PHONE/VOICE STDBY button (pp. 17, 38)
SELECT
button (p. 15)
SELECT
;<
REPEAT
REC button
(p. 15)
GREETING
REC
ALL =
MESSAGES
CHECK
button (p. 15)
CHECK
=>
SKIP
MEMO/
2WAY REC
SKIP button
(p. 29)
REPEAT
ALL MESSAGES MEMO/2WAY REC
button (p. 29) button (p. 29)
button (pp. 30, 31)
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2. Initial Preparation
Before using your unit, program the following:
¡Current date and time
¡Your logo
¡Your facsimile telephone number
This information will be printed on the top of each page transmitted from your unit.
Setting the date and time
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then @ A.
3
4
Press (START/SET).
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
SET DATE & TIME
Enter the correct month/day/year/hour/minute
by selecting each 2 digits.
Then press j for AM or press k for PM.
Example: Aug. 10 1996, 3:00PM
Press `h a` iF `c ``,
then press k for PM.
5
6
Press (START/SET).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(STOP)
Note:
¡When you make a mistake while programming,
press (STOP) then make the corrections.
¡The accuracy of the clock will be approximately
t60 seconds a month.
Press (MENU).
Setting your logo
Usually the logo is a company, division or personal name in an abbreviated form.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then @ B.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Enter your logo up to 30 characters.
(The preset logo will be cleared.)
SYSTEM SET UP
(MENU)
YOUR LOGO
LOGO=
¡Refer to the instructions on page 13.
5
6
12
Press (START/SET).
Dial keypad
Press (MENU).
(START/SET)
2. Initial Preparation
How to enter characters and symbols
The dial keypad and the direct call stations can be used as character input keys and command keys.
Pressing 0–9 and direct call station 1 will alternately select a character as shown below.
Number of times
Keys
1
2
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
1
[
]
{
}
+
–
/
=
,
.
_
'
A
B
C
a
b
c
2
D
E
F
d
e
f
3
G
H
I
g
h
i
4
J
K
L
j
k
l
5
M
N
O
m
n
o
6
P
Q
R
S
p
q
r
s
7
T
U
V
t
u
v
8
W
X
Y
Z
w
x
y
z
9
0
(
)
<
>
!
"
#
$
%
&
¥
:
;
?
|
U
@
^
’
¢
INSERT key (Used to insert one character or one space.)
SPACE key (Used to replace one character with a space.)
7
DELETE key (Used to delete one character.)
13
¤ key (Used to move the cursor to the right.)
14
⁄ key (Used to move the cursor to the left.)
For example, when entering “Mike” as your logo:
1
Press F, then press direct call station (13).
2
Press D six times, then press direct call
station (13).
LOGO=M
LOGO=Mi
3
Press E five times, then press direct call
station (13).
LOGO=Mik
4
Press C five times.
LOGO=Mike
Note:
¡If you make a mistake while programming, use
direct call stations (13) and (14) to move the
cursor to the incorrect character, then make the
correction.
¡The layout of the direct call station keys is printed
on the reverse side of the directory card. Remove
the directory card cover with a pencil or similar
object and turn the directory card over.
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2
2. Initial Preparation
Setting your facsimile telephone number
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then @ C.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Enter your facsimile telephone number up to
20 digits.
¡k button inserts a space and j button a
“+”.
5
6
Press (START/SET).
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
YOUR TEL NO.
NO.=
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
Note:
Logo, telephone number, date, time and page
number will be printed outside of the document you
send. To change the print position, see page 45.
Press (MENU).
Adjusting volumes
» Ringer volume: 3 levels (high/low/off) are available.
Press (VOLUME) (Z/Y) while the unit is in an idle status.
(VOLUME)
To turn the ringer off:
1. Press Z repeatedly.
¡The following messages will be shown alternately.
RINGER OFF= OK?
YES: PRESS SET
» 2. Press (START/SET).
» While the ringer volume is set to off:
The display will show the following message and the unit will
not ring when receiving a call.
RINGER OFF
» Handset volume: 3 levels (high/middle/low) are available.
Press (VOLUME) (Z/Y) when using the handset.
» Speaker volume: 8 levels (high to low) are available.
Press (VOLUME) (Z/Y) when using the speakerphone.
» Answering device volume (KX-F1100AL only):
9 levels (high to off) are available.
Press (VOLUME) (Z/Y) when listening to the recorded
messages.
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(START/SET)
2. Initial Preparation
Recording greeting messages (KX-F1100AL only)
Record two types of greeting message before using the unit as an answering device and facsimile. One is the
message for the ANS/FAX mode, and the other for the TEL/FAX mode.
The ANS/FAX mode greeting message tells a caller that you are unable to answer, and allows the caller to
leave a voice message or send a fax message.
The TEL/FAX mode greeting message tells a caller that the unit is calling you up, and allows the caller to wait
until you answer the call or to send a fax message.
The recording time is limited to 16 seconds for each message. Record a greeting message within
12 seconds for optimum performance.
1
2
Open the station key panel.
Station key panel
(VOLUME)
» For ANS/FAX mode greeting message:
Press (SELECT).
ANS-GREETING
» For TEL/FAX mode greeting message:
Press (SELECT) repeatedly until the
following is displayed.
TEL-GREETING
3
Press (REC).
4
After the long beep, speak clearly 20 cm
(8 inches) away from the microphone.
¡A long beep will sound.
¡The display will show the elapsed recording
time.
Example: ANS/FAX mode
ANS
5
REC.
Microphone
(STOP)
(CHECK)
(REC)
(SELECT)
02s
When finished, press (STOP).
¡The unit will repeat your message for
confirmation. Adjust the volume to a suitable
level by pressing (VOLUME).
Note:
If you make a mistake while recording, repeat from
.
step 2
Suggested messages
To check your greeting message
» For ANS/FAX mode greeting message:
“This is (your name, business and/or telephone
number). We are unable to answer right now. To
send a fax, start transmission. To leave a
message, speak after a long beep. Thank you.”
1. Press (SELECT) to select the greeting
message you wish to check.
2. Press (CHECK).
» For TEL/FAX mode greeting message:
“This is (your name, business and/or telephone
number). Please wait for someone to answer the
line. To send a fax, start transmission.”
To erase the recorded greeting
message
1. Press (SELECT) to select the greeting
message you wish to erase.
2. Press (REC).
3. Press (STOP) immediately after a long beep.
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2
2. Initial Preparation
Selecting the receive mode
This unit has four types of receive modes.
Depending on your condition, select the desired mode by pressing (RECEIVE\MODE). The arrow mark in the
display shows your selection.
» KX-F1000AL display
(RECEIVE\MODE)
FILM/PAPER SAVE
EXT. TEL/ FA X TEL
FA X FA X
» KX-F1100AL display
FILM/PAPER SAVE
MAIL BOX
CALLS
ANS/ TEL/ FA X TEL
FA X FA X
Regardless of the mode that you select, you can always place calls and send faxes. The descriptions below
will help you understand how the unit can work for you.
TEL mode:
This mode can be used when you wish to answer all calls manually. The unit will not
automatically answer fax and voice calls. If you wish to answer a fax call, you can start
reception by pressing the START/SET button.
If no one answers an incoming call by 15 rings, the receive mode will automatically
switch to the TEL/FAX mode—KX-F1000AL, or the ANS/FAX mode—KX-F1100AL.
TEL/FAX mode:
This mode can be used when you do not hear the unit ring when faxes are received
but wish to answer voice calls. The unit will automatically receive fax documents
without ringing when fax calls are received. For further details, see page 21.
FAX mode:
We recommend that you select this mode when you will be using the unit solely as a
fax machine. The unit will automatically answer all calls and generate fax tones to the
callers. Callers will hear fax tones and will only be able to transmit faxes.
EXT. TAM mode
(KX-F1000AL only): This mode can be used when you wish to connect a telephone answering machine
(TAM) to the external telephone jack on your facsimile unit. If a voice call is detected,
the answering machine will begin recording. If a fax call is detected, the facsimile unit
will disconnect the answering machine and receive the fax documents. For further
details, see page 24. If your external telephone does not have an answering/recording
feature, do not select this mode. We recommend that you select the TEL/FAX or TEL
mode.
ANS/FAX mode
(KX-F1100AL only): This mode can be used when you wish the unit to record voice messages and/or
receive fax messages.
When a call is received, the unit will play the ANS/FAX mode greeting message. If a
voice call is detected, the answering system will begin recording, then caller can leave
a voice message. If a fax call is detected, the unit will switch to the fax and receive fax
documents.
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3. Making and Answering Voice Calls
Making voice calls
1
2
Press (SP-PHONE) or lift the handset.
3
When the other party answers, speak into the
microphone from a distance of approximately
25 cm (10 inches) or speak using the
handset.
4
(VOLUME)
(REDIAL/PAUSE)
Dial a phone number.
¡If you misdial, hang up and dial again.
3
When finished, press (SP-PHONE) again or
replace the handset.
Dial
keypad
Microphone
(MUTE)
(SP-PHONE)
To redial the last number dialed
Hints for speakerphone operation
1. Press (SP-PHONE) or lift the handset.
¡Use the speakerphone in a quiet room for best
performance.
¡If the other party has difficulty hearing you,
adjust the volume using (VOLUME).
¡If you and the other party speak at the same
time, parts of your conversation will be lost.
¡If you wish to switch to the handset from the
speakerphone, lift the handset. To switch to
the speakerphone, press (SP-PHONE).
2. Press (REDIAL/PAUSE).
¡The unit will redial the number once.
Voice muting
Using this feature, you can hear the voice of the
other party, but the other party cannot hear your
voice.
1. Press (MUTE) during a telephone
conversation.
¡The MUTE indicator light goes on.
2. To resume the conversation, press (MUTE)
again.
Answering voice calls
1
2
When the unit rings, lift the handset or press (SP-PHONE).
To hang up, replace the handset or press (SP-PHONE).
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4. Transmitting and Receiving Fax Calls
Transmitting documents
Loading documents
1
(RESOLUTION)
Insert the documents FACE DOWN until a
beep tone is heard.
¡The unit can accept up to 15 sheets of
paper at a time.
2
3
FACE DOWN
Adjust the document guides to the width of
the documents.
Press (RESOLUTION) repeatedly to the
desired setting.
¡The selected resolution will be shown on
the display.
Document
guides
Selecting the resolution
STANDARD: Suitable for printed or typewritten originals with normal-sized characters.
FINE:
Suitable for originals with small printing.
HALF TONE: Useful for originals containing photographs, shaded drawings, etc.
¡Note that using the FINE or HALF TONE setting will increase transmission time.
¡If the setting is changed during page feeding, it will be effective from the next sheet.
Transmitting documents manually
1
2
3
4
5
Insert the documents FACE DOWN.
FACE DOWN
Press (SP-PHONE) or lift the handset.
Dial a phone number.
¡If you misdial, hang up and dial again.
When a fax tone is heard, press
(START/SET).
Replace the handset if using it.
Dial keypad
To stop transmission halfway
Press (STOP).
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(START/SET)
(SP-PHONE)
(STOP)
4. Transmitting and Receiving Fax Calls
Transmitting documents with fewer procedure
1
2
Insert the documents FACE DOWN.
3
Press (START/SET).
FACE DOWN
Dial a phone number.
¡If you misdial, press (STOP) and dial again.
¡The unit will start to dial and transmit the
documents.
Note:
If there is no answer or the line is busy, the unit will
automatically redial the number up to 2 times.
To cancel redialing, press (STOP).
Dial keypad
4
(START/SET)
(STOP)
To send 16 or more sheets at a time
Insert the first 15 sheets of the documents. Add the extra sheets up to 15 before the last sheet is fed into the
unit.
Documents you can send
Maximum size
Effective scanning area
600 mm
(235⁄8w)
128 mm
(5w)
Minimum size
128 mm
(5w)
Scanned
area
Document weight
Single sheet:
45 to 90 g/m2 (12 to 24 lb.)
Multiple sheets:
60 to 75 g/m2 (16 to 20 lb.)
4 mm
208 mm (83⁄16w)
216 mm (81⁄2w)
Paper width
216 mm (81⁄2w)
Note:
¡Remove clips, staples or other similar fastening objects from a document.
¡Check that ink, paste or correction fluid on the documents have completely dried.
¡Do not feed the following types of documents into the unit. Make copies of these documents by using a
copier then use these copies for fax transmission.
—Paper with a chemically treated surface such as carbon paper or carbonless duplicating paper
—Electrostatically charged paper
—Heavily curled, creased or torn paper
—Paper with a coated surface
—Paper with faint contrast between the printing and the background
—Paper with printing on the reverse side that can be seen through the front (e.g. newspaper)
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4. Transmitting and Receiving Fax Calls
Manual reception
1
2
When the unit rings, press (SP-PHONE) or lift
the handset to answer the call.
3
Replace the handset if using it.
When:
—document reception is required,
—a slow beep is heard, or
—no sound is heard,
press (START/SET).
¡The unit will start reception.
To stop reception halfway
Press (STOP).
Note:
¡When receiving an over-sized document, the unit
will divide it into two or more pages when printing
out.
¡If an appropriate reduction rate (page 47) is set,
the unit can print an over-sized document on one
page.
(START/SET)
(STOP)
(SP-PHONE)
Automatic reception
Set the receive mode to the TEL/FAX, FAX, EXT. TAM—KX-F1000AL, or ANS/FAX—KX-F1100AL.
When a fax call is received, the unit will automatically activate the fax function to receive documents.
Caution:
Do not let more than 100 sheets of paper accumulate at one time onto the paper cassette. This may cause a
paper jam.
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4. Transmitting and Receiving Fax Calls
Receiving in the TEL/FAX mode
When a call is received, the unit will work as follows.
A call is received.
If extension telephones are connected, they will only ring before the call is answered. \1
The facsimile unit will automatically answer the call without ringing.
(From this point, a telephone fee will be charged to the caller.)
4
The facsimile unit will distinguish between a voice and fax call.
Fax call
The facsimile unit will receive a document.
Voice call
The facsimile unit will start to ring. \2
While ringing, the unit will emit a different
ring back tone to the calling party.
(Silent ring fax recognition system)
Answer the call.
If you do not answer the call, the facsimile
unit will switch to the fax.
\1 The number of rings can be changed. See “Setting the TEL/FAX mode ring count” on page 22.
\2 The number of rings can be changed. See “Setting the silent fax recognition ring count” on
page 22.
Note:
Some fax messages may not be sent using a calling tone. These calls must be received manually.
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4. Transmitting and Receiving Fax Calls
Setting the TEL/FAX mode ring count
You can choose from 2 to 9 toll rings.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then press @F.
3
Press (START/SET)
4
5
6
Press (‹) or (›) to select the desired
number of rings.
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
TEL/FAX RING
COUNT=2
[ÿŸ]
Press (START/SET).
Dial keypad
Press (MENU).
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
Note:
If you find difficulty in receiving faxes from
machines that have an automatic transmission
feature, decrease the number of rings.
Setting the silent fax recognition ring count
When a fax call is received in the TEL/FAX mode, the unit will automatically activate the fax function without
ringing. If the unit detects a voice call, it will ring. The number of rings can be set from 3 to 6.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then press [email protected]
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
6
Press (‹) or (›) to select the desired
number of rings.
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(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
SILENT FAX RING
COUNT=3
[ÿŸ]
Press (START/SET).
Press (MENU).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
4. Transmitting and Receiving Fax Calls
Receiving in the FAX mode
When a call is received, the unit will ring and activate the fax function.
Setting the FAX mode ring count
You can choose from 2 to 9 rings.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then press @G.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
6
Press (‹) or (›) to select the desired
number of rings.
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
FAX RING
COUNT=2
[ÿŸ]
4
Press (START/SET).
Press (MENU).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
Note:
¡If you wish to be able to answer a call before the
unit does, increase the number of rings.
¡If you find difficulty in receiving faxes from
machines that have an automatic transmission
feature, decrease the number or rings.
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4. Transmitting and Receiving Fax Calls
Receiving in the EXT. TAM mode (KX-F1000AL only)
This mode is used only when an EXTernal Telephone Answering Machine (EXT. TAM) has been connected to
the facsimile unit.
Telephone answering
machine
Peel off the tape on the
EXT. jack
Connect to EXT.
Incoming voice messages will be recorded on the answering machine and fax messages will be received on
the facsimile unit.
A call is received.
The facsimile unit will distinguish between a voice and fax call.
Automatic
fax sending
Manual fax
sending
Voice call
The facsimile unit will
activate the fax function to
receive a document.
The caller should press
your remote fax activation
code. \1
The external telephone
answering machine will
record the caller’s message
The facsimile unit will
activate the fax function.
If the caller wishes to send
documents on the same
call, they may press your
remote fax activation
code. \1
The caller should press
their start button to send a
document.
\1 Inform the fax caller of your remote fax activation code beforehand (see page 42).
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4. Transmitting and Receiving Fax Calls
Setting up the answering machine
1. Set the desired number of rings (1 to 4) on the telephone answering machine.
2. Record a greeting message referring to the example below.
“This is (your name, business and/or telephone number). We are unable to answer the phone right now.
Please leave a message after the long beep. To send a fax, dial my remote fax activation code and start
transmission. Thank you.”
—Do not pause for more than 4 seconds in the message.
—Your message can be 8 to 16 seconds long. We recommend you to keep it around 10 seconds in length.
—Inform the fax caller of your remote fax activation code beforehand (see page 42).
3. If your answering machine is equipped with a remote operation feature, you must set the same access
code (remote TAM activation ID) as stored on the answering machine in the unit’s memory. See below.
Setting the remote TAM activation ID
4
Set the same ID code on the facsimile unit as programmed on your answering machine.
Important:
This code should be different from the remote fax activation code (see page 42) and the junk mail prohibitor
ID (see page 43).
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then press AA.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Press (‹) or (›) to select “ON”.
5
Press (START/SET).
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
REMOTE TAM ACT.
MODE=OFF
MODE=ON
[ÿŸ]
[ÿŸ]
ID=11
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
¡The display shows the current ID preselected.
6
7
8
Enter the new ID number.
Press (START/SET).
Press (MENU).
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4. Transmitting and Receiving Fax Calls
Setting the silent detection
This feature allows the facsimile unit to activate the fax function automatically when a silent pause longer than
4 seconds is detected in the EXT. TAM mode.
Helpful hints:
¡To receive documents from stations that do not send a calling tone after dialing, activate this feature.
¡If you use a single cassette tape to give a greeting message and to record incoming messages, deactivate
this feature.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then press CH.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
6
Press (‹) or (›) to select the desired
mode.
SYSTEM SET UP
(MENU)
SILENT DETECT.
MODE=ON
[ÿŸ]
Press (START/SET).
Press (MENU).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
Notice when using with an answering machine
¡Every time the facsimile unit receives a document, a silent pause or a fax tone may be recorded on the
answering machine.
¡Advise callers that they should not pause for over 4 seconds while recording their voice messages.
Otherwise, the unit may switch to the fax mode.
¡When your answering machine runs out of recording tape, your facsimile unit may not be able to receive a
document. Rewind the tape to record messages.
¡When you set the answering machine to give only a greeting message, fax reception may not be available.
¡If you answer a call with the answering machine and pause for over 4 seconds, the facsmile unit may switch
to the fax mode and you may not be able to talk with the other party. To resume the conversation, press
(STOP) on the facsimile unit.
¡When the answering machine does not answer a call after 5 rings, the fax function will be activated.
¡Set the receive mode of the facsimile unit to the TEL mode under the following conditions:
—when you wish to set the number of rings on the answering machine to more than 5, or
—when you wish to use auto transfer functions (transfer, pager alert, etc.) on the answering machine.
Note that automatic fax sending can not be received automatically in the TEL mode.
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4. Transmitting and Receiving Fax Calls
Receiving in the ANS/FAX mode (KX-F1100AL only)
When a call comes in, the unit will automatically answer the call and distinguish between a fax and voice call.
When a fax call is received, the unit will automatically activate the fax function to receive documents.
When a voice call is received, the unit will play the greeting message and record an incoming voice message.
Setting the ANS/FAX mode ring count
You can choose from 2 to 9, TOLL SAVER and RINGER OFF.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then press @H.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
6
Press (‹) or (›) to select the desired
number of rings.
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
ANS/FAX RING
COUNT=2
4
[ÿŸ]
Press (START/SET).
Press (MENU).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
TOLL SAVER:
When you call the unit from a remote location, the number of rings will tell you if there are any new voice
messages or not.
If the unit answers on the second ring, there is at least one newly recorded message.
If the unit answers on the fourth ring, there are no newly recorded messages.
Hang up immediately when you hear the third ring. This will save you the toll charge for the call.
RINGER OFF:
The unit will answer without ring.
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5. Operating the Answering Device (KX-F1100AL only)
Setup of voice message and document reception
To record voice message and
receive fax document
Set the unit to the ANS/FAX mode by pressing
(RECEIVE\MODE).
FILM/PAPER SAVE
MAIL BOX
CALLS
ANS/ TEL/ FA X TEL
FA X FA X
(RECEIVE\MODE)
Monitoring incoming calls
While an incoming call is being recorded, you can
monitor it through the speaker. Adjust the volume
with the VOLUME buttons.
To answer the call while monitoring, press
(SP-PHONE) or lift the handset. The unit will stop
recording.
(VOLUME)
(SP-PHONE)
Total recording time
The unit can save a total of about 15 minutes of
voice recordings in common memory and three
mailbox memories.
¡If the incoming messages are noisy, the
recording time might be less than 15 minutes.
Recording time for each incoming
message:
The recording time for each incoming message
can be set to either “unlimited” (preset setting)
or “1 minute”. To change the recording time, see
page 32.
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To confirm the time remaining for
incoming message:
Select the ANS/FAX mode by pressing
(RECEIVE\MODE) or open the station key
panel.
The display will show the remaining time for
about 2 seconds.
TIME LEFT=12MIN
¡When the remaining time is little, erase
useless messages from memory (see page
30).
¡When the remaining time becomes less than
60 seconds, the unit will alert the user with a
slow beep if a recording time alert feature is
set to ON (page 33).
5. Operating the Answering Device (KX-F1100AL only)
Listening to messages in common memory
When the unit has received voice messages,
—the NEW MESSAGES indicator will flash, and/or
—a slow beep will sound if message alert (page 32) is set to ON.
To listen to new messages
(NEW\MESSAGES)
CALLS:
shows the total number
of recorded messages in
common memory.
Station
key panel
Press (NEW\MESSAGES).
¡The unit will play back the new recorded messages.
¡At the end of the last message, 3 beeps will sound.
To listen to all the recorded
messages
1
2
Open the station key panel.
Press (ALL\MESSAGES).
¡The unit will play back all the recorded
messages.
(ALL\MESSAGES)
Day and time display
During playback, the display will show the recorded day
and time, along with the recorded order of the message.
Example:
SUN 11:00AM 01
Saving message
The unit will save the incoming messages automatically, if
the user does not erase them.
Functions during playback
To repeat a message
(NEW\MESSAGES)
(ALL\MESSAGES)
Press (REPEAT) to play back the previous
message.
To skip a message
Press (SKIP) to play back the next message.
To stop the operation
Press (STOP) to stop playback or other operation.
¡If you wish to resume playback, press
(NEW\MESSAGES) or (ALL\MESSAGES) within
1 minute after pressing (STOP).
(SKIP)
(STOP)
(REPEAT)
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5. Operating the Answering Device (KX-F1100AL only)
Erasing recorded messages
To erase specific messages from
memory
(ERASE)
Press (ERASE) while the message you want to
erase is playing.
To erase all messages in common
memory
1
Press (ERASE) after listening to all of the
messages.
ICM ERASE OK?
2
Press (START/SET).
ERASE COMPLETED
(START/SET)
¡If this feature is not required, press (ERASE)
or (STOP) instead of (START/SET).
(STOP)
Recording a memo message
If the user is going out and wants to leave a private message for someone, they can record a voice memo in
the unit. This can be played back later either directly or remotely, like other messages.
1
2
3
4
Open the station key panel.
(MAIL\BOX)
Station
key panel
Press (MEMO/2WAY\REC).
Immediately after the beep, speak clearly
towards the microphone.
When finished, press (MEMO/2WAY\REC)
again or (STOP).
Note:
¡When memory becomes full while recording, the
unit will stop recording automatically and 6 beeps
will be heard. Erase some or all messages.
¡This feature can also be used with the mailbox
feature. To record in a specific mailbox, you must
first select the mailbox by pressing (MAIL\BOX).
(STOP)
Microphone
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(MEMO/2WAY\REC)
5. Operating the Answering Device (KX-F1100AL only)
Recording a telephone conversation
The user may record a telephone conversation.
1
During the conversation, open the station key
panel and press (MEMO/2WAY\REC).
(MAIL\BOX)
Station
key panel
¡A beep will sound every 15 seconds to
notify the caller that the conversation is
being recorded.
2
To stop recording:
Press (MEMO/2WAY\REC) again or (STOP).
or
Hang up after the conversation.
Note:
¡This feature can also be used with the mailbox
feature. To record in a specific mailbox, you must
first select the mailbox by pressing (MAIL\BOX).
(STOP)
(MEMO/2WAY\REC)
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5
5. Operating the Answering Device (KX-F1100AL only)
Setting the caller’s recording time
You can choose between two lengths of recording times for incoming messages.
VOX (unlimited): The unit will record an incoming message as long as the caller speaks (pre-selected
setting).
1 MIN (1 minute): The unit will record an incoming message up to 1 minute per message.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then @I.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
6
Press (‹) or (›) to select the desired mode.
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
RECORDING TIME
MODE=VOX
[ÿŸ]
Press (START/SET).
Dial keypad
Press (MENU).
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
Setting the message alert
This feature allows your unit to alert you with a slow beep if a caller’s message has been recorded in common
memory.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then DB.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Press (‹) or (›) to select “ON”.
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
MESSAGE ALERT
MODE=OFF
MODE=ON
[ÿŸ]
[ÿŸ]
¡If this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
5
6
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Press (START/SET).
Press (MENU).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
Note:
This feature does not work for the mailbox feature.
5. Operating the Answering Device (KX-F1100AL only)
Setting the recording time alert
When the remaining time to record incoming messages becomes less than 60 seconds, the unit will alert the
user with a slow beep.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then DC.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Press (‹) or (›) to select “ON”.
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
REC. TIME ALERT
MODE=OFF
MODE=ON
[ÿŸ]
[ÿŸ]
¡If this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
5
6
Press (START/SET).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
Press (MENU).
5
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6. Copier Function
Making a copy
1
2
Insert the documents FACE DOWN.
¡The unit can make a copy of up to 15
sheets of paper at a time.
FACE DOWN
Press (COPY).
¡The unit will start copying.
To stop copying halfway
Press (STOP).
¡The unit will stop copying and eject the
documents.
(COPY)
Note:
¡Any transmittable document can be copied (see
page 19).
¡When copying, the unit will automatically select
FINE resolution.
¡You can make or receive a voice call while
making a copy.
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(STOP)
7. Automatic Dialing
The unit’s memory allows you to use both one-touch dialing and speed dialing for rapid access to your most
frequently dialed numbers.
One-touch dialing: The unit is equipped with 14 direct call station keys.
Speed dialing:
The unit is equipped with 60 additional dialing stations. These stations are assigned to
2-digit numbers (00–59).
Storing Tel/Fax numbers
1
Press (MENU) until the following message is
displayed.
(SECRET)
(DELETE)
STORE TEL NO.
2
(MENU)
For one-touch dialing:
Press one of the direct call station keys.
For speed dialing:
Press K, then press the desired 2-digit
number (00–59).
3
Enter the phone number up to 30 digits in
length.
¡To enter a hyphen in a phone number,
press (HYPHEN) (direct call station 8).
4
Press (START/SET) to store the number.
5
6
Enter the station name, up to 10 characters,
by following the instructions on page 13.
NAME=
Speed dial
stations
(HYPHEN)
Direct call
stations
(START/SET)
6
Press (START/SET) to store the station
name.
¡To program other stations, repeat from step
2.
7
(STOP)
Press (STOP) to end the program.
Helpful hint:
To confirm stored phone numbers and station
names, print a telephone number list (see page
65).
7
To keep a whole or a portion of the
phone number secret
To erase a stored number and station
name
Press (SECRET) (direct call station 3) before
and after the number you wish to keep secret.
¡The phone number will not appear on the
display and on the telephone number list.
¡Pressing the SECRET key once counts as two
digits.
Press (STOP) in step 3 to clear the phone
number.
Press (DELETE) (direct call station 7)
repeatedly in step 5 until all the characters are
erased.
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7. Automatic Dialing
Making voice calls using automatic dialing
1
2
Press (SP-PHONE) or lift the handset.
(DIRECTORY)
Using one-touch dialing:
Press the desired direct call station key.
Using speed dialing:
Press (DIRECTORY), then press K and the
desired 2-digit number (00–59).
(SP-PHONE)
Speed dial stations
Direct call stations
Transmitting documents using automatic dialing
1
2
Insert the documents FACE DOWN.
Using one-touch dialing:
Press the desired direct call station key.
(DIRECTORY)
FACE DOWN
Using speed dialing:
Press (DIRECTORY), then press K and the
desired 2-digit number (00–59).
Automatic redialing
If there is no answer or the line is busy, the
unit will automatically redial the number up to
2 times.
To cancel the redialing, press (STOP).
(STOP)
Speed dial stations
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Direct call stations
7. Automatic Dialing
Electronic telephone directory
The station names stored in memory will be automatically registered into the electronic telephone directory in
alphabetical order. You can make a fax or voice call by selecting the desired station name on the display.
If you wish to send a fax, insert the documents into
the document feeder first.
1
Press (DIRECTORY).
2
Press the dial key in which the first initial of a
station name is assigned (see index table
below).
(DIRECTORY)
SELECT INDEX
Example: To search a name with initial “N”:
Press F repeatedly until the first
station name with initial “N” is
displayed. Press (›) until the
desired name is displayed.
or
Press (‹) or (›) repeatedly until the desired
name is displayed.
Press (START/SET).
3
¡The unit will start dialing.
¡If a document is fed into the unit, the unit
will start transmission.
Dial
key
Index
Dial
key
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
7
Index
1
1
7
P, Q, R, S, 7
2
A, B, C, 2
8
T, U, V, 8
3
D, E, F, 3
9
W, X, Y, Z, 9
4
G, H, I, 4
0
0
5
J, K, L, 5
*
Other symbols
6
M, N, O, 6
#
(Used for speed
dialing)
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8. Advanced Operations
Voice contact
Initiating voice contact
You can have a voice conversation with the same call after the fax message is completed. This will save the
extra expense and time of making another call.
Important:
This feature works only when the other party’s unit is equipped with a voice contact feature.
1
Press (SP-PHONE/VOICE\STDBY) while
transmitting or receiving documents.
VOICE STANDBY
¡Your unit will call the other party with a
distinctive ring.
2
When the other party answers, the unit will
emit a distinctive ring.
Press (SP-PHONE/VOICE\STDBY) or lift the
handset to start speaking.
¡If you initiate voice contact during
transmission, you can speak after all the
documents have been transmitted.
¡If you initiate voice contact during reception,
you can speak after the current page of the
document is received.
(SP-PHONE/VOICE\STDBY)
Receiving a request for voice contact
If the other party initiates voice contact, your unit will emit a distinctive ring after transmission or reception is
completed.
When the distinctive ring is heard, press (SP-PHONE/VOICE\STDBY) or lift the handset, then start speaking.
Note:
If you do not answer within 10 seconds of hearing the distinctive ring, the line will be disconnected.
But if your model is KX-F1100AL and the ANS/FAX mode is used, the answering system will automatically
answer the line and record the incoming voice message.
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8. Advanced Operations
Polling
The polling feature allows you to receive a document from another compatible machine where you pay for the
call as opposed to the document being sent to you, thereby saving the other party call charges. This unit can
perform both receive and transmit polling.
Receive polling
To place a call and recover a document from another machine, follow the steps below. Make sure that no
documents have been fed into your unit and that the other party’s machine is ready for your call.
1
Press (MENU) until the following is displayed.
2
Press (START/SET).
3
Enter the phone number by using one-touch
dialing, speed dialing, full number dialing or
electronic telephone directory.
4
Press (START/SET).
(MENU)
POLLING
NO.=
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
Note:
¡If there is no answer or the line is busy, the unit
will automatically redial the number up to 2 times.
¡The receiving unit incurs any telephone charges.
Transmit polling
A document stored in your unit can be recovered by another party’s machine.
To let other machines retrieve documents loaded on your unit, proceed as follows.
This feature is not available in the TEL mode.
1
2
Insert the documents FACE DOWN.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Press (‹) or (›) to select “ON”.
(MENU)
Press (MENU) until the following is displayed.
POLLED
8
MODE=OFF
MODE=ON
[ÿŸ]
[ÿŸ]
¡If this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
5
FACE DOWN
Press (START/SET).
POLLED ON
Note:
When delayed transmission (page 40) is set to ON,
this feature is not available.
(‹)/(›)
(RECEIVE\MODE)
(START/SET)
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8. Advanced Operations
Delayed transmission
The unit can send fax documents automatically at a specific time. This allows you to take advantage of lowcost calling hours offered by your telephone company.
Delayed transmission can be programmed up to 24 hours in advance.
11
12
Insert the documents FACE DOWN.
13
Press K, then press B
14
Press (START/SET).
15
Press (‹) or (›) to select “ON”.
(MENU)
Press (MENU).
SYSTEM SET UP
FACE DOWN
E.
DELAYED XMT
MODE=OFF
MODE=ON
[ÿŸ]
[ÿŸ]
¡If this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
16
Press (START/SET).
17
Enter the phone number by using one-touch
dialing, speed dialing, full number dialing or
electronic telephone directory.
18
Press (START/SET).
19
Enter the transmission start time.
10
11
40
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
NO.=
TIME=12:00AM
Example: 11:00PM
Press aa``, then press k to
select PM.
To select AM, press j.
Press (START/SET).
Press (MENU).
¡When the programmed time has come, the
unit will automatically start transmission.
Note:
¡If there is no answer or the line is busy, the unit
will automatically redial the number up to 2 times.
¡You can receive, transmit and copy documents
while delayed transmission is set.
¡If the programmed start time has passed during a
power failure, delayed transmission will be
attempted soon after power is restored.
¡When transmit polling (see page 39) is set to ON,
delayed transmission is not available.
8. Advanced Operations
Reserving transmission during fax reception
While the unit is receiving documents, you can reserve your fax transmission to another station.
The unit will automatically transmit documents after fax reception is complete.
1
2
Insert the documents FACE DOWN during
fax reception.
FACE DOWN
Enter the phone number by using one-touch
dialing, speed dialing, full number dialing or
electronic telephone directory.
¡When using a full number, press
(START/SET).
XMT RSV. ON
To cancel the reservation
Remove the documents from the document
feeder tray.
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
Printing a cover page
The unit can print a cover page to attach to documents you send.
Sample of a cover page
[FAX COVER PAGE]
DATE :
TO :
NAME :
FAX NO. :
FROM :
NAME :
FAX NO. :
Number of pages :
(including cover page)
Subject / Notes :
To print a cover page, proceed as follows:
1
Press (MENU) until the following is displayed.
2
Press K, then G.
3
Press (START/SET) to start printing.
4
Press (MENU).
(MENU)
PRINT LIST
FAX COVER PAGE
PRINTING
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
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8. Advanced Operations
Remote fax receiving using an extension
If you have an extension phone on the same line, it is possible to receive a fax message to your facsimile unit.
Using the extension phone, dial the remote fax activation code.
This saves you from going to the facsimile unit and pressing (START/SET).
Important:
¡To activate this feature, use a touch tone telephone as the extension phone.
¡The remote fax activation code is set to “U9” as a preselected setting.
Using an extension
1
2
When a call is received, lift the handset of the
extension phone.
3
Replace the handset.
To the same line
When:
—document reception is required, or
—a slow beep is heard, or
—no sound is heard,
press *9 (remote fax activation code).
¡The facsimile unit will activate the fax
function to receive documents.
Extension phone
Changing the remote fax activation code
This code can be from 2 to 4 digits in length using the numbers 0 through 9 and the character *.
Important
¡This code should not be set to “0000”.
¡The remote fax activation code must be different from the first 2 digits of a remote ANS ID (page 57), a
mailbox password (page 53), a remote TAM activation ID (page 25) and a junk mail prhibitor ID (page 43).
(MENU)
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then DA.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
6
Enter the new code number.
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SYSTEM SET UP
REMOTE FAX ACT.
CODE=U9
Press (START/SET).
Press (MENU).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
Note:
Some special telephone company services will
require you to press a service access code. If you
subscribe to such services, the whole or part of
the remote fax activation code must be different
from the service access code.
8. Advanced Operations
Junk mail prohibitor
This feature prevents reception from facsimile machines whose phone numbers are not stored in automatic
dialing.
Important:
¡This feature does not work under the following conditions:
—when the unit is in the TEL mode,
—when manual reception is performed, or
—the other party does not program their facsimile ID number correctly.
¡If you wish to receive documents from unauthorized machines, inform your junk mail prohibitor ID to callers,
and ask them to transmit documents manually.
¡The junk mail prohibitor ID must be different from the first 2 digits of a remote ANS ID (page 57), a mailbox
password (page 53), a remote TAM activation ID (page 25) and a remote fax activation code (page 42).
Setting the junk mail prohibitor
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then BD.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Press (‹) or (›) to select “ON”.
SYSTEM SET UP
(MENU)
JUNK MAIL PROH.
MODE=OFF
MODE=ON
[ÿŸ]
[ÿŸ]
¡If this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
5
Press (START/SET).
6
To change the junk mail prohibitor ID, enter
the desired 2-digit number.
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
ID=22
¡0, # and * cannot be used.
7
8
Press (START/SET).
8
Press (MENU).
Transmitting documents to your unit with the prohibitor ID
Even if the junk mail prohibitor feature is activated, a designated caller will be able to transmit documents.
Give your junk mail prohibitor ID to all your designated callers, and advise them of the following steps.
This operation is available when your unit is in the TEL/FAX, EXT. TAM or ANS/FAX mode.
1. Call your unit from a touch tone telephone.
2. Listen for the different ring back tone or greeting message.
3. Dial the prohibitor ID.
4. Listen for the fax tone, and start transmission.
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8. Advanced Operations
Receiving with distinctive ring service
Before using this feature, please consult with your local telephone company for the availability of this
service in your area.
The distinctive ring service gives you an additional phone number with a different ring pattern (triple ring) on a
single telephone line.
When you wish to use this phone number as a facsimile telephone number, set the ring pattern detection
feature to ON. When the unit detects a call matching the distinctive ringing pattern, the unit will automatically
activate the fax function to receive documents.
To use this feature effectively, set the unit to the TEL/FAX, EXT. TAM or ANS/FAX mode.
Setting the ring pattern detection
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then CA.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Press (‹) or (›) to select “ON”.
5
6
Press (START/SET).
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
RING DETECTION
MODE=OFF
[ÿŸ]
¡If this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
Press (MENU).
How the unit will answer in each receive mode
TEL/FAX mode:
EXT. TAM or
ANS/FAX mode:
When a distinctive ring pattern is detected, the unit will automatically answer the call
without ringing and activate the fax function to receive documents.
If a normal ring pattern, is detected the unit will ring until you pick up the handset.
When a distinctive ring pattern is detected, the unit will automatically answer the call and
activate the fax function to receive documents. If a normal ring pattern is detected, the fax
and/or the answering system will activate depending on the call.
Note:
¡The unit automatically answers a distinctive ring call after the second ring. To change the number of rings,
change the FAX mode ring count (page 23) after setting the ring detection feature.
¡When in the TEL mode, you have to answer all calls manually.
¡When in the FAX mode, the unit will automatically answer all calls and activate fax function.
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8. Advanced Operations
Logo print position
Logo, telephone number, date, time and page number will be printed on the transmitted document from your
unit in the following manner.
OUT: Outside of the transmitted document’s paper size (pre-selected setting)
IN:
Inside of the transmitted document’s paper size
OFF: Not printed
To change the setting, proceed as follows.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then BA.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
6
Press (‹) or (›) to select the desired
setting.
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
LOGO POSITION
MODE=OUT
[ÿŸ]
Press (START/SET).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
Press (MENU).
Overseas transmission mode
You may experience difficulty in transmitting documents overseas.
This feature will make sending documents easier as the transmission speed is slowed down.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then BC.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Press (‹) or (›) to select “ON”.
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
OVERSEAS MODE
8
MODE=OFF
MODE=ON
[ÿŸ]
[ÿŸ]
¡If this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
5
6
Press (START/SET).
Press (MENU).
¡Then start transmission procedure (see
pages 18 and 19).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
Note:
¡After the transmission has completed, this feature
will be turned off automatically.
¡When using this feature, transmission time will
increase.
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8. Advanced Operations
Copy reduction mode
When you copy documents that are longer than the recording paper, the unit can reduce the original document
and print it out on one page by programming a suitable reduction rate below. The reduction rate is determined
by a combination of the size of recording paper and original document.
» Recommended reduction rate:
Mode
Size of recording paper
Size of original document
OFF (pre-selected)
A4
A4, Letter
72%
A4
Legal
A4 = 210q297 mm (81⁄4wq1111⁄16w)
Letter = 216q279 mm (81⁄2wq11w)
Legal = 216q356 mm (81⁄2wq14w)
To program a reduction rate, proceed as follows.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then CE.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
6
Press (‹) or (›) to select the desired mode.
SYSTEM SET UP
(MENU)
COPY REDUCTION
MODE=OFF
[ÿŸ]
Press (START/SET).
Press (MENU).
Note:
If the appropriate reduction rate is not
programmed, the document may be divided and
the top of the second sheet will be deleted.
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Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
8. Advanced Operations
Receiving reduction mode
When the size of the documents sent by the other party is as large as, or larger than the recording paper, the
unit can reduce each page of the document and print it out on the recording paper at a suitable reduction rate
below. The reduction rate is determined by a combination of the size of the recording paper and received
document.
» Recommended reduction rate:
Mode
Size of recording paper
Size of received document
OFF
A4
Letter
92% (pre-selected)
A4
A4
72%
A4
Legal
A4 = 210q297 mm (81⁄4wq1111⁄16w)
Letter = 216q279 mm (81⁄2wq11w)
Legal = 216q356 mm (81⁄2wq14w)
To program a reduction rate, proceed as follows.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then CF.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
6
Press (‹) or (›) to select the desired mode.
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
RX REDUCTION
MODE=92%
[ÿŸ]
Press (START/SET).
Dial keypad
Press (MENU).
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
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Note:
¡This feature is not available when the film/paper
save reception feature is set to ON (page 48).
¡Documents received by facsimile frequently have
a heading on the top of each page which
contains the sender’s name/phone number. This
increases the length of each page. Therefore, it is
recommended to use the reduction mode.
¡If the appropriate reduction rate is not
programmed, the over-sized document will be
divided.
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8. Advanced Operations
Film/Paper save reception
Use this feature if you wish to save film and recording paper when receiving two or more faxed pages. When
this feature is set, the unit will reduce documents to half their length and print out two pages of documents on
one page. A boundary will be printed out between the documents.
Important:
This feature will not work when the other party sends a document in fine resolution or other nonstandard
resolutions.
Sample of paper save print:
Original document
(1st page)
Printed document
ABCDEF
ABCDEF
ABCDEF
ABCDEF
Boundary
abcdef
abcdef
(2nd page)
abcdef
abcdef
To activate this feature
1
Press (FILM/PAPER\SAVE).
¡The following messages will be alternately
displayed.
PAPER SAVE=ON?
YES: PRESS SET
2
Press (START/SET).
FILM/PAPER SAVE
¡The arrow mark will be displayed.
(START/SET)
(FILM/PAPER\SAVE)
To deactivate this feature
1
Press (FILM/PAPER\SAVE).
¡The following messages will be alternately
displayed.
PAPER SAVE=OFF?
YES: PRESS SET
2
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Press (START/SET).
Note:
¡When a reduced document is longer than the
recording paper, it will be printed on two pages.
The continuation will be printed on next page and
there may be wasted space. In this case, paper
and film will not be saved for the wasted space.
¡When documents are longer than legal size
(356 mm in length), the unit will not print the next
page of the document on the same page.
¡Paper and film will not be saved for one page
document and the last page of odd numbered
documents.
8. Advanced Operations
Extension copy
Use this feature to enlarge a document to twice the length of the paper that is correctly being used in the
paper cassette. This feature is used to reverse the film/paper save function (see page 48).
Sample of extension copy:
When you wish to enlarge the top half of the document:
Original document
Top edge
Top half
Enlarged copy
ABC
ABC
Bottom half
DEF
Insert a document into
the unit from the top
edge side FACE DOWN.
To activate this feature, proceed as follows:
1
2
Insert the documents FACE DOWN.
3
Press K, then CD.
4
Press (COPY).
(MENU)
FACE DOWN
Press (MENU).
SYSTEM SET UP
EXTENSION COPY
COPYING
¡The unit will start printing.
5
8
After printing, press (MENU).
Dial keypad
(COPY)
Note:
¡You cannot select FINE or HALF TONE
resolution for this feature.
¡To make an enlarged copy of the whole page
whose length is as long as, or shorter than your
installed paper:
First insert the top half of the original document
into the feeder tray and copy. Then turn the
original around and insert the bottom half of the
document into the feeder tray and copy.
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8. Advanced Operations
Pager alert for fax reception
This feature allows your unit to call your pager automatically each time your unit receives a fax message.
This feature will be only effective for automatic pager.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then [email protected]
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Press (‹) or (›) to select “ON”.
SYSTEM SET UP
(MENU)
FAX PAGER
MODE=OFF
MODE=ON
[ÿŸ]
[ÿŸ]
¡If this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
5
Press (START/SET).
6
Enter your pager service number.
If necessary, press (PAUSE) 4 times.
Contact your pager company regarding the
proper pause time.
7
If your pager has the ability to display phone
numbers, enter the number that you wish to
appear in the display.
Press k after entering the phone number.
8
9
Press (START/SET).
Dial keypad
NO.=
Press (MENU).
Note:
You may enter a total of 30 digits and/or pauses in
steps 6 and 7.
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(START/SET)
(PAUSE)
(‹)/(›)
8. Advanced Operations (KX-F1100AL only)
Voice mailbox (KX-F1100AL only)
The unit has four memory locations—common memory and three mailboxes. The greeting messages and
incoming calls can be recorded into each memory location.
Your caller can leave a message in a specific mailbox. Only the person who knows the password can retrieve
the message from the mailbox.
If your caller does not specify a mailbox, their message will be recorded in common memory and anyone can
retrieve the message from memory.
This feature is useful when you use the unit with other people and when your caller would like to record a
message directly to you.
Incoming voice messages
If *1 is specified
If *2 is specified
If *3 is specified
If not specified
Recorded in
Mailbox 1
Recorded in
Mailbox 2
Recorded in
Mailbox 3
Recorded in
common memory
To use a mailbox
1.
2.
3.
4.
Record the ANS/FAX mode greeting message into common memory (page 15).
Record personal greeting message(s) into the mailbox(es).
Program each mailbox password.
In order to leave a message in a mailbox, each owner of the mailbox must inform callers of their mailbox
number in advance.
8
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8. Advanced Operations (KX-F1100AL only)
Recording a mailbox greeting message
Record a personal greeting message for each mailbox. This will be played back to the caller who selected the
specific mailbox.
Helpful hints:
¡Each greeting message can be recorded up to 16 seconds. We recommend you record a brief greeting
message to leave more time for incoming messages.
¡If you do not record a mailbox greeting message, incoming messages will be recorded after the long beep.
1
2
Open the station key panel.
Station key
panel
Press (SELECT) until the desired mailbox
number is displayed.
Example: Mailbox 2
BOX2-GREETING
3
Press (REC).
4
Immediately after the long beep, speak
clearly 20 cm (8 inches) away from the
microphone.
¡A long beep will sound.
¡The display shows the elapsed recorded
time.
BOX2 REC. 02s
5
(STOP)
Microphone
When finished, press (STOP).
(CHECK)
(REC)
(SELECT)
Note:
If you make a mistake while recording, repeat from
step 2.
Suggested message
To erase a mailbox greeting message
“Hello, this is John. Sorry, I cannot take your
call. Please leave your message after the beep.
Thank you.”
1. Press (SELECT) until the desired mailbox
number is displayed.
2. Press (REC).
To check your mailbox greeting
message
1. Press (SELECT) until the desired mailbox
number is displayed.
2. Press (CHECK).
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3. Press (STOP) immediately after a long beep.
8. Advanced Operations (KX-F1100AL only)
Programming the mailbox password
Program your own password for your mailbox to prevent other users from retrieving messages.
Choose any 3-digit number except a number using digits 0 or 7.
Important:
The mailbox password must be different from the first 2 digits of a remote ANS ID (page 57), a junk mail
prohibitor ID (page 43) and a remote fax activation code (page 42).
1
Press (MENU).
2
For mailbox 1, press K, then E A.
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
BOX1 PASSWORD
For mailbox 2, press K, then E B.
BOX2 PASSWORD
For mailbox 3, press K, then E C.
BOX3 PASSWORD
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
Enter the new password.
6
Press (MENU).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
NO.=
Press (START/SET).
¡To program other passwords, repeat from
step 2.
How incoming messages are recorded in a mailbox
In order to leave a message in a mailbox, each owner of a mailbox must inform their callers of their mailbox
number in advance and set the unit to the ANS/FAX mode.
1
A caller calls your unit (from a touch tone telephone only).
2
They press *, then the desired mailbox number (1–3).
3
They leave a message in the mailbox.
8
¡The ANS/FAX mode greeting message will play.
¡Personal greeting message will play, followed by a long beep.
Note:
If a caller does not specify a mailbox in step 2, the message will be recorded into common memory.
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8. Advanced Operations (KX-F1100AL only)
Listening to messages in a mailbox
When there is a new message in a mailbox,
—the mailbox number will flash in the display, and/or
—a slow beep will sound if mailbox alert (page 55) is set to ON.
1
Press (MAIL\BOX) repeatedly until the
desired mailbox number is displayed.
Example: Mailbox 2
Example: Mailbox 2
FILM/PAPER SAVE
CALLS
2
BOX2
2
02
MAIL BOX
(NEW\MESSAGES)
ANS/ TEL/ FA X TEL
FA X FA X
Enter the mailbox password.
Example: The password 555 (factory
setting)
PASSWORD=555
¡The unit will play back the new recorded
messages.
¡If no new messages are recorded, the unit
will play back all of the recorded messages.
3
To exit the mailbox, press (MAIL\BOX).
Note:
¡If you leave the mailbox password as “555”
(factory setting), you need not enter a password.
Press (NEW\MESSAGES) or (ALL\MESSAGES)
instead of a password.
¡(REPEAT), (SKIP) and (STOP) can be used.
(ALL\MESSAGES)
(MAIL\BOX)
Dial keypad
Erasing recorded messages in a mailbox
Erasing a specific message in a
mailbox
(ERASE)
Press (ERASE) while the message you want to
erase is playing.
Erasing all messages in a mailbox
1
Press (MAIL\BOX) repeatedly until the
desired mailbox number is displayed.
Example: Mailbox 1
2
Press (ERASE).
3
Press (START/SET).
BOX1
02
BOX1 ERASE OK?
ERASE COMPLETED
(START/SET)
(MAIL\BOX)
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8. Advanced Operations (KX-F1100AL only)
Setting the mailbox alert
This feature allows your unit to alert you with a slow beep if a caller’s message has been recorded in a
mailbox.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then [email protected]
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Press (‹) or (›) to select “ON”.
SYSTEM SET UP
(MENU)
MAIL BOX ALERT
MODE=OFF
MODE=ON
[ÿŸ]
[ÿŸ]
¡If this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
5
6
Press (START/SET).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
Press (MENU).
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8. Advanced Operations (KX-F1100AL only)
Remote operation from a touch tone phone
(KX-F1100AL only)
You can access your unit and retrieve the incoming messages from a remote location with a touch tone
telephone.
Summary of remote operations
Call your unit from a touch tone phone.
@
Common memory
Press your remote
ANS ID.
Messages in
common memory
can be retrieved.
Skips greeting message
(page 60)
Mailbox 1
Mailbox 2
Mailbox 3
Press J A.
Press J B.
Press J C.
Press mailbox 1
password.
Press mailbox 2
password.
Press mailbox 3
password.
Messages in
mailbox 2 can be
retrieved.
Messages in
mailbox 3 can be
retrieved.
Messages in
mailbox 1 can be
retrieved.
The following remote operations are available.
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I
Stops re-recording of a greeting
message (page 60)
A
Repeats message (page 58)
B
Skips message (page 58)
JD
Erases a specific message (page
59)
D
New message playback
(pages 57 and 58)
JE
Erases all messages (page 59)
E
All message playback (pages 57
and 58)
HA
Turns on pager alert for incoming
message (page 60)
F
Room monitor (page 59)
HB
Turns off pager alert for incoming
message (page 60)
G
Re-records greeting message
(page 60)
8. Advanced Operations (KX-F1100AL only)
Programming the remote ANS ID
The remote ANS ID is used to access your answering device and listen to your messages in common
memory.
Choose any number from 111 to 999 except a number using digits 0 or 7.
Important:
The remote ANS ID must be different from the first 2 digits of a junk mail prohibitor ID (page 43), a remote fax
activation code (page 42) and a mailbox password (page 53).
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then [email protected]
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
6
Enter the desired number.
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
REMOTE ANS ID
ID=111
Press (START/SET).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
Press (MENU).
Listening to messages in common memory
1
2
Call your unit.
Press the remote ANS ID during the ANS/FAX
mode greeting playback.
¡A long beep and a short beep(s) will sound.
Short beep(s) indicate(s) the number of new
recorded messages.
Short beeps will sound up to 8 times even if
9 or more calls are recorded.
3
Press D to listen to new recorded messages.
OR
Press E or wait for 4 seconds to listen to all
of the recorded messages.
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To listen to messages in a mailbox
after playback
1. Press J and the desired mailbox number
A, B or C.
2. Press the mailbox password.
Note:
If you hear 6 beep tones after playing back the
messages, memory is full. You must erase some or
all of the messages.
3. Press the direct remote command D or
E to play back messages.
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8. Advanced Operations (KX-F1100AL only)
Listening to messages in a mailbox
1
Call your unit.
2
Press J and the desired mailbox number
(A, B, C) during the ANS/FAX mode
greeting playback.
3
Enter a mailbox password during a personal
greeting message.
¡A long beep and a short beep(s) will sound.
Short beep(s) indicate(s) the number of
newly recorded messages.
Short beeps will sound up to 8 times even if
9 or more calls are recorded.
4
Press D to listen to newly recorded
messages.
OR
Press E or wait for 4 seconds to listen to all
the recorded messages.
Note:
If you hear 6 beep tones after playing back the
messages, memory is full. You must erase some
or all of the messages.
To listen to messages in another
memory after playback:
1. Press J, and @ (for common memory),
or
press J and other mailbox number A,
B or C.
2. If you selected common memory, press
the remote ANS ID,
or
If you selected a mailbox, press the
mailbox password.
3. Press the direct remote command D or
E to play back messages.
During playback
Repeating a message
Skipping a message
Press A to start playing the previous message.
Press B to start playing the next message.
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8. Advanced Operations (KX-F1100AL only)
Erasing messages from memory
Erasing a specific message from
memory
Erasing all messages from
memory
Press J D when the message you want to
erase is being played.
You can erase all of the recorded messages in
memory.
To erase all of the messages in a mailbox, you
must first select a mailbox.
¡The unit will erase the message being played
back.
¡A long beep followed by three short beeps will
sound. Then the unit will continue with the next
message.
Press J E.
¡A long beep followed by three short beeps will
sound.
¡The unit will erase all of the messages recorded
in the selected memory.
Note:
The greeting messages will not be erased during
this operation.
Other remote operations
Monitoring the room sound
Recording a marker message
You can monitor the sound in the room where the
unit is installed for about 30 seconds.
This feature also allows you to speak with anyone
in the room.
After playing back the recorded messages, you
can leave an additional message.
1
2
Call your unit.
3
Press F after hearing a beep.
Press your remote ANS ID.
OR
Press J, then press your mailbox number.
1
2
3
Wait for 3 beeps indicating the end of the
remote operation.
Wait about 10 seconds for 2 more beeps
indicating that the unit is ready for recording.
Leave your message.
8
¡After 30 seconds are up, a beep sounds.
¡To continue monitoring, press F again
within 10 seconds.
¡To talk to the other party, tell them to lift the
handset or press (SP-PHONE).
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8. Advanced Operations (KX-F1100AL only)
Re-recording a greeting message
Turning on/off pager alert
You can change the content of the ANS/FAX mode
greeting message and mailbox greeting message
from a remote location.
You can remotely turn on/off the pager alert for
incoming message if it has been programmed with
a pager number in advance (see page 61).
1
2
Call your unit.
For the ANS/FAX mode greeting message:
Press your remote ANS ID.
1
2
For the mailbox greeting message:
Press J and A, B or C (desired
mailbox no.). Then press the mailbox
password.
3
Press G to start recording.
Call your unit.
For the common pager alert;
Press the remote ANS ID.
For a mailbox pager alert;
Press J and the mailbox number (A, B
or C), then press the mailbox password.
3
To turn on the pager alert, press HA.
To turn off the pager alert, press HB.
¡A long beep will sound.
4
Speak immediately after the long beep (up to
16 seconds).
¡If you pause for over 2 seconds while
recording, the unit will beep and stop the
greeting message recording. Repeat from
step 2 within 10 seconds.
5
60
When finished, press I.
¡The new greeting message will be played.
To skip the greeting message
Callers can record their messages without listening
to the greeting message.
After calling your unit, dial @ during the greeting
message playback.
¡The unit will skip the rest of the greeting message
and start recording.
8. Advanced Operations (KX-F1100AL only)
Pager alert for incoming messages (KX-F1100AL only)
This feature allows your unit to call your pager automatically each time an incoming message is recorded.
You can set the pager number for each memory (common, mailbox 1, 2 and 3).
This feature will be only effective for automatic pager.
1
Press (MENU).
2
For common pager alert, press K, then
[email protected]
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
COMMON PAGER
For mailbox 1 pager alert, press K, then
FA.
MAIL BOX1 PAGER
For mailbox 2 pager alert, press K, then
FB.
MAIL BOX2 PAGER
For mailbox 3 pager alert, press K, then
FC.
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
(PAUSE)
MAIL BOX3 PAGER
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Press (‹) or (›) to select “ON”.
MODE=OFF
MODE=ON
[ÿŸ]
[ÿŸ]
¡If this feature is not required, select “OFF”.
5
Press (START/SET).
6
Enter your pager phone number.
If necessary, press (PAUSE) 4 times.
Contact your pager company regarding the
proper pause time.
NO.=
7
If your pager has the ability to display phone
numbers, enter the number that you wish to
appear on the display.
Press K after entering the phone number.
8
9
Press (START/SET).
Note:
¡You may enter a total of 30 digits and/or pauses
in steps 6 and 7.
¡This feature can be turned on/off remotely from a
touch tone phone (see page 60).
¡When the pager beeps, call your unit from a
touch tone telephone to retrieve the message.
8
Press (MENU).
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8. Advanced Operations (KX-F1100AL only)
Day/night mode (KX-F1100AL only)
If you wish to use the unit as a telephone and facsimile during the business hours and switch to the answering
device during off hours, activate this feature.
The unit will automatically switch the receiving mode at a preprogrammed time without the operator’s
assistance.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then CB.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Press (‹) or (›) to select “ON”.
SYSTEM SET UP
(MENU)
DAY/NIGHT MODE
MODE=OFF
MODE=ON
[ÿŸ]
[ÿŸ]
¡If this feature is not required, select
“OFF”.
Dial keypad
5
Press (START/SET).
6
Enter the time at which the day mode
(TEL/FAX mode) starts.
Example: 9:00AM
Press 0900, then press J to
select AM.
DAY
DAY
=12:00AM
=09:00AM
7
Press (START/SET).
8
Enter the time at which the night mode
(ANS/FAX mode) starts.
Example: 5:00PM
Press 0500, then press K to
select PM.
NIGHT=12:00AM
NIGHT=05:00PM
9
10
Press (START/SET).
Press (MENU).
Note:
If you select another receiving mode manually
when this feature is on, the unit will keep the
receiving mode that you select until either the day
or night mode starts.
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(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
8. Advanced Operations
Display contrast
Use this feature to adjust the brightness of the display.
The following choices are available.
NORMAL: (Pre-selected setting)
LIGHT:
Used when the display contrast is dark.
DARKER: Used when the display contrast is light.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then CI.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
6
Press (‹) or (›) to select the desired mode.
SYSTEM SET UP
(MENU)
LCD CONTRAST
MODE=NORMAL[ÿŸ]
Press (START/SET).
Press (MENU).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
Resetting the advanced features
Use this feature to return the advanced features (see page 68 or 69) to their initial settings.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then [email protected]
3
Press (START/SET).
4
Press (‹) or (›) to select “YES”.
5
Press (START/SET).
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
SET DEFAULT
RESET=NO
RESET=YES
[ÿŸ]
8
[ÿŸ]
Dial keypad
RESET OK?
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
(STOP)
¡If this feature is not required, press (STOP).
6
Press (START/SET) again for confirmation.
7
Press (MENU).
RESET COMPLETED
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8. Advanced Operations
TONE, RECALL and PAUSE buttons
(RECALL)
(TONE)
(PAUSE)
TONE button
The TONE (*) button is used when your line has a rotary pulse dial service. Pressing the button allows you to
change temporarily from pulse to tone mode during a dialing operation.
When you hang up, the unit will automatically return to pulse mode.
RECALL button
The RECALL button allows you to use special features of the host exchange (if connected) or local telephone
company services such as call waiting. For further details, contact the supplier or your local telephone
company.
PAUSE button
Pressing the REDIAL/PAUSE button causes a dialing delay in the dialing sequence.
Example-1: When your unit is connected to a host exchange, insert a pause as follows to get an outside line.
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PAUSE
Phone number
Line access code
Example-2: If a transmission error occurs frequently when making an overseas transmission, add two
pauses at the end of the phone number.
International
access code
Country
code
Phone
number
PAUSE
PAUSE
Note:
TONE, RECALL and PAUSE can be stored into a phone number for automatic dialing.
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8. Advanced Operations
Printing reports and lists
You can print out the following reports/lists from your unit.
Feature list—provides you with the current settings of the basic and advanced programming features (see
page 68 or 69).
Telephone number list—provides you with phone numbers and their station names which are stored in
automatic dialing.
(Code in each phone number)
P: A pause has been entered.
F: A recall has been entered.
[ ]: A secret phone number has been entered.
[ ]: (The telephone number is not printed.)
Journal report—is useful for keeping records of fax transmissions and receptions. This report will be printed
automatically after every 35 fax communications, but can be printed manually as shown below. You can
change the setting of the journal auto print feature (see page 66).
Printer test list—allows you to check the print quality of your unit. If the test print has a dirty pattern, or
blurred points or lines, clean the thermal head (see page 77).
Transmission report—provides you a printed record of the fax transmission result. For further details, see
page 66.
How to print each report/list
1
Press (MENU) until the following is displayed.
2
For the feature list, press K, then A.
(MENU)
PRINT LIST
SETUP LIST
For the telephone number list, press K,
then C.
TEL NO. LIST
For the journal report, press K, then D.
JOURNAL REPORT
Dial keypad
For the printer test list, press K, then E.
(START/SET)
8
(STOP)
PRINTER TEST
3
Press (START/SET) to start printing.
PRINTING
¡To interrupt printing, press (STOP).
4
After printing, press (MENU).
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8. Advanced Operations
Setting the transmission report printing
One of the following choices is available.
ERROR: The transmission report will print out only when the fax transmission fails.
ON:
The report will always print out, indicating whether fax transmission is successful or not.
OFF:
The report will not print (pre-selected setting).
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then @D.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
6
Press (‹) or (›) to select the desired mode.
(MENU)
SYSTEM SET UP
TX-REPORT MODE
MODE=OFF
[ÿŸ]
Press (START/SET).
Dial keypad
Press (MENU).
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
Setting journal auto print
The unit will automatically print a journal report after every 35 fax communications. After printing, the journal
memory will be erased and only subsequent activity will be recorded.
When this feature is deactivated, the unit will store the records of the last 35 fax communications, but the unit
will not print the journal report automatically.
1
Press (MENU).
2
Press K, then BB.
3
Press (START/SET).
4
5
6
Press (‹) or (›) to select the desired mode.
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SYSTEM SET UP
(MENU)
AUTO JOURNAL
MODE=ON
[ÿŸ]
Press (START/SET).
Press (MENU).
Dial keypad
(START/SET)
(‹)/(›)
8. Advanced Operations
Sample of journal report
JOURNAL
NO.
01
02
03
04
05
OTHER FACSIMILE
1234567
9998765
2121444
555556677
+987 1234
START TIME
Jan. 21 02:14PM
Jan. 21 02:17PM
Jan. 21 02:18PM
Jan. 22 10:35AM
Jan. 22 11:02AM
USAGE TIME MODE
00'25
TX
00'38
TX
00'28
RX
00'58
TX
01'50
TX
RX
Jan. 25 1996 05:22PM
PAGES RESULT
01
OK
02
OK
01
OK
03
COMMUNICATION ERROR
05
OK
03
OK
Communication
result (see below)
Sample of transmission report
UCODE
(43)
Error code
(for service
personnel
use only)
XMT REPORT
NO. OTHER FACSIMILE
01 COMPANY ABC
START TIME
Jan. 20 01:18PM
USAGE TIME MODE
00'51
TX
Jan. 20 1996 01:19PM
PAGES RESULT
00
COMMUNICATION ERROR
UCODE
(43)
Communication result on the report
When a problem has occurred, one of the following messages will be printed on the transmission report and
the journal report.
PRINTED MESSAGE
COMMUNICATION ERROR
CODE
41–47
FF
MEANING
A transmission or reception error occurred. Try again or check
the other party.
DOCUMENT JAMMED
A document was jammed. Remove the jammed document (see
page 76).
FILM EMPTY
Film is empty. Replace the film or film cartridge with a new one
(see page 78).
JUNKMAIL PROH. REJECT
The junk mail prohibitor of your unit rejected fax reception (see
page 43).
NO DOCUMENT
The document was not fed into the unit properly. Try again.
NO RESPONSE
40
50
The receiving unit was busy or ran out of recording paper. Try
again.
PAPER JAMMED
The recording paper was jammed. Clear the jammed paper (see
page 74).
PAPER OUT
Your unit ran out of recording paper. Install paper (see page 5).
PRESSED THE STOP KEY
The STOP button was pressed and fax communication was
cancelled.
PRINTER OVERHEATED
Printer was overheated. Leave the unit to cool down.
THE COVER WAS OPENED
The top cover was open. Close it and try again.
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8. Advanced Operations
Summary of user programmable features
Feature tables for KX-F1000AL
Basic features
Code
Feature
#01
SET DATE & TIME
#02
YOUR LOGO
#03
YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER
#04
PRINT TRANSMISSION REPORT
#06
Selection
Initial setting
Page
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
(Jan./01/96 12:00AM)
12
(Panasonic FAX SYSTEM)
12
14
ERROR/ON/OFF
OFF
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TEL/FAX DELAYED RING
2–9 rings
2 rings
22
#07
FAX RING COUNT
2–9 rings
2 rings
23
#11
REMOTE TAM ACTIVATION
ON/OFF
OFF/ID=11
25
Selection
Initial setting
Page
OUT/IN/OFF
OUT
45
Advanced features
Code
Feature
#21
LOGO POSITION
#22
JOURNAL AUTO PRINT
ON/OFF
ON
66
#23
OVERSEAS MODE
ON/OFF
OFF
45
#24
JUNK MAIL PROHIBITOR
ON/OFF
OFF/ID=22
43
#25
DELAYED TRANSMISSION
ON/OFF
OFF
40
#30
SILENT FAX RECOGNITION RING
3–6 rings
3 rings
22
#31
RING DETECTION
ON/OFF
OFF
44
#34
EXTENSION COPY
#35
COPY REDUCTION
#36
RX REDUCTION
#38
SILENT DETECTION
#39
LCD CONTRAST
#41
REMOTE FAX ACTIVATION CODE
#70
FAX PAGER
#80
SET DEFAULT
68
49
72%/OFF
OFF
46
92%/72%/OFF
92%
47
ON/OFF
ON
26
NORMAL/LIGHT/DARKER
NORMAL
63
U9
42
ON/OFF
OFF
50
YES/NO
NO
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8. Advanced Operations
Feature tables for KX-F1100AL
Basic features
Code
Feature
#01
SET DATE & TIME
#02
YOUR LOGO
#03
YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER
#04
PRINT TRANSMISSION REPORT
#06
Selection
Initial setting
Page
mm/dd/yy hh:mm
(Jan./01/96 12:00AM)
12
(Panasonic FAX SYSTEM)
12
14
ERROR/ON/OFF
OFF
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TEL/FAX DELAYED RING
2–9 rings
2 rings
22
#07
FAX RING COUNT
2–9 rings
2 rings
23
#08
ANS/FAX RING COUNT
2–9/TOLL SAVER/RINGER OFF
2 rings
27
#09
RECORDING TIME
VOX (unlimited)/1 minute
VOX
32
#10
REMOTE ANS ID
111
57
Selection
Initial setting
Page
OUT/IN/OFF
OUT
45
Advanced features
Code
Feature
#21
LOGO POSITION
#22
JOURNAL AUTO PRINT
ON/OFF
ON
66
#23
OVERSEAS MODE
ON/OFF
OFF
45
#24
JUNK MAIL PROHIBITOR
ON/OFF
OFF/ID=22
43
#25
DELAYED TRANSMISSION
ON/OFF
OFF
40
#30
SILENT FAX RECOGNITION RING
3–6 rings
3 rings
22
#31
RING DETECTION
ON/OFF
OFF
44
#32
DAY/NIGHT MODE
ON/OFF
OFF
62
#34
EXTENSION COPY
#35
COPY REDUCTION
#36
49
72%/OFF
OFF
46
RX REDUCTION
92%/72%/OFF
92%
47
#39
LCD CONTRAST
NORMAL/LIGHT/DARKER
NORMAL
63
#41
REMOTE FAX ACTIVATION CODE
U9
42
#42
MESSAGE ALERT
ON/OFF
OFF
32
#43
RECORDING TIME ALERT
ON/OFF
OFF
33
#50
MAIL BOX ALERT
ON/OFF
OFF
55
#51
BOX1 PASSWORD
555
53
#52
BOX2 PASSWORD
555
53
#53
BOX3 PASSWORD
555
53
#60
COMMON PAGER
ON/OFF
OFF
61
#61
MAIL BOX1 PAGER
ON/OFF
OFF
61
#62
MAIL BOX2 PAGER
ON/OFF
OFF
61
#63
MAIL BOX3 PAGER
ON/OFF
OFF
61
#70
FAX PAGER
ON/OFF
OFF
50
#80
SET DEFAULT
YES/NO
NO
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9. Troubleshooting and Routine Care
Error messages on the display
If the unit detects a problem, one of the following messages will appear on the display.
ERROR MESSAGE
CHECK CASSETTE
CHECK COVER
CHECK DOCUMENT
CAUSE & REMEDY
¡The recording paper is jammed near the paper cassette. Clear the jammed
paper (see page 74).
¡The top cover is open. Close it.
¡The document is not fed into the unit properly. Reinsert the document and try
again. If misfeeding occurs frequently, clean the feeder rollers (see page 77).
If the problem remains, adjust the feeder pressure (see page 76).
CHECK FILM
¡The film is not inserted in the cartridge correctly.
Reinsert it correctly by referring to step 8 on page 79.
CHECK MEMORY
¡Memory (phone numbers, parameters, etc.) has been erased.
Re-program.
FILM EMPTY
LOADING FILM
¡Film is empty. Replace the film or film cartridge with a new one (see page 78).
¡The blue leader of the film was not wound completely or the unit was out of film.
Wait for a while.
NO RESPONSE
¡The receiving unit was busy or ran out of recording paper. Try again.
OUT OF PAPER
¡The unit is out of recording paper. Install paper (see page 5).
PAPER JAMMED
¡The recording paper is jammed near the head unit. Clear the jammed paper
(see page 74).
POLLING ERROR
¡The other fax machine does not provide the polling function. Check the other
party.
REMOVE DOCUMENT
¡The document is jammed. Remove the jammed document (see page 76).
¡Attempted to transmit a document longer than 600 mm (235⁄8w). Press the STOP
button and remove the document (see page 76). Divide it into two or more
sheets and try again.
TRANSMIT ERROR
¡Transmission error occurred. Try again.
UNIT OVERHEATED
¡The unit is overheated. Leave it to cool down.
The following will be shown on the KX-F1100AL only.
BATTERY LOW
¡Battery power is low. Replace the batteries with new ones (see page 7).
MEMORY FULL
¡There is no room left in memory to record a message. Erase some or all
messages (see page 30).
NO ANS GREETING
¡The ANS/FAX mode greeting message has not been recorded.
Record the message (see page 15).
NO TEL GREETING
¡The TEL/FAX mode greeting message has not been recorded.
Record the message (see page 15).
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9. Troubleshooting and Routine Care
Before requesting help
General
PROBLEM
CAUSE & REMEDY
I cannot make and receive calls.
¡The power cord or telephone line cord is not connected. Confirm the
connection (see page 8).
I cannot make calls.
¡The setting of the dialing mode is wrong. Check the selector (see
page 8).
The unit does not work.
¡Disconnect the unit from the telephone line and connect to a known
working phone. If the known working phone operates properly, call
your service personnel to have the unit repaired. If the known
working phone does not operate properly, consult your telephone
company.
The unit does not ring.
¡The ringer volume is set to OFF. Raise it to a suitable level (see
page 14).
The REDIAL/PAUSE button does
not function properly.
¡If this button is pressed during dialing, a pause will be inserted. If this
button is pressed immediately after the dial tone is obtained, the last
number dialed will be redialed.
While programming, I cannot
enter the ID code or the
password.
¡The whole or part of the number is same as the other code or ID.
Change the number (see pages 25, 42, 43, 53 and 57).
Fax Transmission
PROBLEM
CAUSE & REMEDY
The other party complains that
letters on their received
document are distorted.
¡If your line has special telephone services such as call waiting, the
service may have been activated during the fax transmission.
Connect the unit to a line that does not have such services.
¡Another telephone connected to the same line is off the hook. Hang
up and try again.
The other party complains that a
dirty pattern or a black line
appears on their received
documents.
¡The glass or rollers are dirty. Clean them (see page 77).
I cannot make an international
fax call.
¡Use the overseas transmission mode (see page 45).
¡Add two pauses at the end of the phone number (see page 64).
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9. Troubleshooting and Routine Care
Fax Reception
PROBLEM
CAUSE & REMEDY
I cannot receive documents
automatically.
¡The receive mode is set to TEL. Set to the other modes.
¡The time to answer the call may be too long. Decrease the number of
rings (see pages 22, 23 and 27).
¡The greeting message may be too long. Shorten the message (see
page 15).
Recording image is faint.
¡The sender transmitted a faint document. Request them to transmit a
clearer copy of the document.
¡The thermal head is dirty. Clean it (see page 77).
A blank sheet is ejected after the
received documents are printed
out.
¡The receiving reduction rate is not programmed correctly. Program
the proper reduction rate (see page 47).
Operation in EXT. TAM mode (For KX-F1000AL only)
PROBLEM
CAUSE & REMEDY
I cannot receive documents
automatically
¡Your greeting message on the answering machine is too long.
Shorten the message (up to 10 seconds).
¡There are too many rings on the answering machine. Set to 1 or 2
rings.
¡The silent detection feature is deactivated. Activate this feature (see
page 26).
I cannot receive voice messages.
¡Check that the answering machine is turned on and connected to the
facsimile unit properly (see page 24).
¡Set the number of rings on the answering machine to 1 or 2.
I cannot retrieve voice messages
recorded on the answering
machine from a remote location.
¡The remote access code on your answering machine is the same as
your remote fax activation code or junk mail prohibitor ID. Set a
different number for each code/ID.
¡You did not program your remote TAM activation code in your
facsimile unit correctly. Program the same code that is programmed
on the answering machine (see page 25).
The greeting message on your
answering machine is interrupted
halfway and the caller cannot
leave a voice message.
¡The greeting message has silent pause longer than 4 seconds.
Shorten the silent pause in the greeting message.
I pressed the remote access code
to access the answering machine
remotely, but the line was
disconnected.
¡The code may include “#” which is used for certain features provided
by the telephone company. Change the code on the answering
machine to another number which does not include “#”, then program
the same code into the facsimile unit (see page 25).
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9. Troubleshooting and Routine Care
Answering Device (For KX-F1100AL only)
PROBLEM
CAUSE & REMEDY
No voice messages have been
recorded in the ANS/FAX mode.
¡The memory is full. Erase some or all messages (see page 30).
I cannot retrieve recorded
messages from a remote phone.
¡Make sure that you use the remote ANS ID correctly (see page 57).
When you dial it, press the button firmly.
Messages in the mailbox do not
play back.
¡You have programmed the mailbox password. Press the password
and then try again (see page 53).
Copying
PROBLEM
CAUSE & REMEDY
A dirty pattern or black line
appears on the copied
documents.
¡The glass or rollers are dirty. Clean them (see page 77).
Copied image is distorted.
¡The thermal head is dirty. Clean it (see page 77).
The document is not copied
properly.
¡The film is not inserted correctly. Insert it correctly (see page 78).
A paper jam occurs during
copying.
¡The film is not inserted correctly. Insert it correctly (see page 78).
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9. Troubleshooting and Routine Care
Clearing a recording paper jam
If a recording paper jams, the display will show one of two messages below. Remove the jammed recording
paper following either message.
PAPER JAMMED
A recording paper jammed near the head unit.
CHECK CASSETTE
A recording paper jammed near the paper cassette.
Removing a jammed recording paper near the head unit
Top cover
Head unit
1
2
Open the top cover.
3
4
Remove the film cartridge.
5
Remove the jammed recording paper.
6
Place the “BACK” side of the cartridge into
the unit, by inserting the pins on the sides of
the green gears into the green holders. Then
lower the front of the cartridge into place.
Press the green button on the right marked
“PUSH” and lift up the head unit.
SH
PU
Green button
BACK
Lift up the paper cassette slightly (A) and
pull it towards you to remove it (B).
B
A
BACK
Green gear
¡If the jammed paper cannot be removed by
the way of the illustration to the left, then
remove it as below:
BACK
¡If the film is slack, tighten it by winding the
gears.
Green holder
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9. Troubleshooting and Routine Care
BACK
PUSH TO LOCK
7
8
Press the head unit down firmly until it clicks
into place.
9
Insert the paper cassette into the unit until it
clicks into place.
Close the top cover securely by pushing
down on both sides.
PU
LL
UP
PULL UP
Removing a jammed recording paper near the paper cassette
1
Lift up the paper cassette slightly (A) and
pull it towards you to remove it (B).
2
Reach into the paper cassette opening and
remove the jammed recording paper.
B
A
¡When the jammed paper cannot be
removed easily, open the top cover and
head unit, and remove the jammed paper.
Do not pull the jammed paper forcibly, or
torn pieces of paper may remain in the unit.
3
Insert the paper cassette into the unit until it
clicks into place.
PU
LL
UP
PULL UP
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9. Troubleshooting and Routine Care
Clearing a document jam
If the unit does not release an original document during feeding, remove it as shown below.
1
2
3
Front lid
Slide the front lid open lever towards you to
open the front lid.
Remove the jammed document carefully.
Close the lid securely by pushing down on
both sides.
Front lid open lever
Adjusting the feeder pressure
If misfeeding of documents occurs frequently, adjust the feeder pressure.
A
1
2
Slide the front lid open lever towards you to
open the front lid.
B
C
Shift the position of the lever to a desired
position by using an instrument with a pointed
end, like a clip or ball-point pen.
Position A: No feeding
Position B: Standard position
Position C: Multiple feeding
Lever
3
Front lid open lever
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Close the lid securely by pushing down on
both sides.
9. Troubleshooting and Routine Care
Cleaning the unit
Cleaning the document feeder unit
If misfeeding occurs frequently or dirty patterns or black bands appear on a copied or transmitted document,
clean the feeder rollers, sub roller, rubber flap, white plate and glass.
Rubber flap
Sub roller
White plate Glass
Feeder rollers
Front lid open lever
1
2
3
Disconnect the power cord and the telephone
line cord.
4
5
6
Clean the white plate and the glass with a dry
soft cloth.
Slide the front lid open lever towards you to
open the front lid.
Clean the feeder rollers, sub roller and rubber
flap with a cloth moistened with isopropyl
rubbing alcohol, and let dry thoroughly.
Close the lid securely by pushing down on
both sides.
Connect the power cord and telephone line
cord.
Cleaning the thermal head
If dirty patterns or black bands appear on a copied or received document, clean the thermal head.
Thermal head
Do not push
the black
cover.
Caution:
To prevent a malfunction due to static
electricity, do not use a dry cloth and do not
touch the thermal head directly with your
finger.
1
2
3
4
Disconnect the power cord and the telephone
line cord.
5
6
7
Press the head unit down firmly until it clicks
into place.
Open the top cover.
Press the green button on the right marked
“PUSH” and lift up the head unit.
Clean the thermal head with a cloth
moistened with isopropyl rubbing alcohol, and
let dry thoroughly.
9
Close the top cover securely by pushing
down on both sides.
Connect the power cord and telephone line
cord.
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9. Troubleshooting and Routine Care
Replacing the film or film cartridge
When the unit detects the end of the film, the following message will be displayed.
FILM EMPTY
Replace the film or film cartridge with a new one. To order a replacement part, see page 82.
Top cover
Head unit
1
2
Open the top cover.
3
Take out the film cartridge.
¡If you purchased a film cartridge (Model no.
KX-FA132) for replacement, skip to step 11.
¡To replace only the film, go to step 4.
4
5
Turn over the cartridge so that the “PULL
TAB” mark is facing up.
6
Pull out the four gears from the used film
cores.
7
Insert the four gears into the new film cores
so that the guide tabs of each gear fits into
the slots of the film core.
Press the green button on the right marked
“PUSH” and lift up the head unit.
PU
SH
Green button
BACK
Tab
PULL TAB
PULL TA
PULL TAB
B
PULL TA
B
Unlock the four tabs of the cartridge, open
the cover of the cartridge and take out the
used film.
PULL T
AB
Gear
Gear
Guide tabs
New film
Gear
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Slots
Caution:
The film is not reusable. You can order a
new film for replacement through the
nearest Panasonic dealer.
9. Troubleshooting and Routine Care
18
Unused spool
Insert the film into the cartridge so that the
arrow on the open cartridge points in the
same direction as the arrows on the film.
¡If you insert a film which was used halfway,
insert the unused spool of the film on the
“FILM SUPPLY” mark of the cartridge.
¡Insert the film
Incorrect
cores correctly
referring to the Correct
illustration to the
right.
FILM SUPPLY
Gears
19
Roll the blue leader of the film by winding the
gears of the core until the leader is no longer
visible.
10
Close the covers of the cartridge by locking
the four tabs.
11
Turn over the cartridge and referring to the
illustration on the left, place the “BACK” side
of the cartridge into the unit, by inserting the
pins on the sides of the green gears into the
green holders. Then lower the front of the
cartridge into place.
12
13
Press the head unit down firmly until it clicks
into place.
Blue leader
Tabs
BACK
Green gear
BACK
Green holder
Close the top cover securely by pushing
down on both sides.
¡If the blue leader of the film is not wound
completely, the unit will automatically
advance it and the following message will
be displayed.
9
LOADING FILM
¡If the following message is displayed, the
film is not inserted in the cartridge correctly.
CHECK FILM
¡Reinsert it correctly by referring to step 8 on
this page.
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10. General Information
Important safety instructions
When using this product, basic safety precautions
should always be followed to reduce the risk of
fire, electric shock, and injury to persons, including
the following:
1. Read and understand all instructions.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked
on this product.
3. Unplug this product from wall outlets before
cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
4. Do not use this product near water, for
example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen
sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or
near a swimming pool.
5. Do not place this product on an unstable cart,
stand or table. The product may fall, causing
serious damage to the product.
6. Slots and openings in the cabinet and the
back or bottom are provided for ventilation, to
protect it from overheating, these openings
must not be blocked or covered. The openings
should never be blocked by placing the
product on the bed, sofa rug, or other similar
surface. This product should never be placed
near or over a radiator or heat register. This
product should not be placed in a built-in
installation unless proper ventilation is
provided.
7. This product should be operated only from the
type of power source indicated on the marking
label. If you are not sure of the type of power
supply to your home, consult your dealer or
local power company.
8. This product is equipped with a three wire
grounding type plug, a plug having a third
(grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a
grounding type power outlet. This is a safety
feature. If you are unable to insert the plug
into the outlet, contact your electrician to
replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the
safety purpose of the grounding type plug.
9. Do not allow anything to rest on the power
cord. Do not locate this product where the
cord will be abused by people walking on it.
10. Do not overload wall outlets and extension
cords as this can result in the risk of fire or
electric shock.
11. Never push objects of any kind into this
product through cabinet slots as they may
touch dangerous voltage points or short out
parts that could result in a risk of fire or
electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on
the product.
12. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
disassemble this product, but take it to a
qualified serviceman when some service or
repair work is required. Opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltages
or other risks. Incorrect reassembly can cause
electric shock when the appliance is
subsequently used.
13. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and
refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
12. A. When the power supply cord or plug is
damaged or frayed.
12. B. If liquid has been spilled into the product.
12. C. If the product has been exposed to rain or
water.
12. D. If the product does not work normally by
following the operating instructions. Adjust
only those controls, that are covered by
the operating instructions because
improper adjustment of other controls may
result in damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified technician to
restore the product to normal operation.
12. E. If the product has been dropped or the
cabinet has been damaged.
12. F. If the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance.
14. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless
type) during an electrical storm. There may be
a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
15. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak
in the vicinity of the leak.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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10. General Information
CAUTION:
To reduce the risk of fire or injury to persons, read
and follow these instructions.
1. Use only the battery(ies) instructed.
2. Do not dispose of the battery(ies) in a fire. The
cell may explode. Check with local codes for
possible special disposal instructions.
3. Do not open or mutilate the battery(ies).
Released electrolyte is corrosive and may
cause damage to the eyes or skin. It may be
toxic if swallowed.
4. Exercise care in handling batteries in order not
to short the battery with conducting materials
such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The battery
or conductor may overheat and cause burns.
5. Do not attempt to recharge the battery(ies)
provided with or identified for use with this
product. The batteries may leak corrosive
electrolyte or explode.
6. Do not attempt to rejuvenate the battery(ies)
provided with or identified for use with this
product by heating them. Sudden release of
the battery electrolyte may occur causing
burns or irritation to eyes or skin.
7. When replacing batteries, all batteries should
be replaced at the same time. Mixing fresh
and discharged batteries could increase
internal cell pressure and rupture the
discharged battery(ies). (Applies to products
employing more than one separately
replaceable primary battery.)
8. When inserting batteries into this product, the
proper polarity or direction must be observed.
Reverse insertion of batteries can cause
charging, and that may result in leakage or
explosion. (Applies to product employing more
than one separately replaceable primary
battery.)
9. Remove the batteries from this product if the
product will not be used for a long period of
time (several months or more) since during
this time the battery could leak in the product.
10. Discard “dead” batteries as soon as possible
since “dead” batteries are more likely to leak in
a product.
11. Do not store this product, or the batteries
provided with or identified for use with this
product, in high-temperature areas. Batteries
that are stored in a freezer or refrigerator for
the purpose of extending shelf life should be
protected from condensation during storage
and defrosting. Batteries should be stabilized
at room temperature prior to use after cold
storage.
INSTALLATION:
1. Never install telephone wiring during a lightning
storm.
2. Never install telephone jacks in wet locations
unless the jack is specifically designed for wet
locations.
3. Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or
terminals unless the telephone line has been
disconnected at the network interface.
4. Use caution when installing or modifying
telephone lines.
WARNING:
To prevent the risk of fire or electrical shock, do
not expose this product to rain or any type of
moisture.
OTHER INFORMATION
¡Keep the unit away from electrical noisegenerating devices, such as fluorescent lamps
and motors.
¡The unit should be kept free from dust, moisture,
high temperature, and vibration.
¡The unit should not be exposed to direct sunlight.
¡Do not place heavy objects on top of this unit.
¡Do not damage the power cord.
¡Do not touch the plug with wet hands.
¡Do not use benzine, thinner, or any abrasive
powder, to clean the cabinet. Wipe it with a soft
cloth.
¡Do not mix different types of batteries.
¡Do not use Nickel-Cadmium batteries.
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10. General Information
Accessory order information
Use the following for replacement.
Problems will occur if other brands of films are used.
Model No.
Description
Comment
KX-FA132
Film cartridge
1 cartridge & film: 216 mmq200 m (81⁄2wq656v) roll
KX-FA133
Replacement film (1 set)
216 mmq200 m (81⁄2wq656v) roll
KX-FA134
Replacement film (2 sets)
216 mmq200 m (81⁄2wq656v) roll
Specifications
1. Applicable Lines:
2. Document Size:
3.
4.
5.
6.
Effective Scanning Width:
Recording Paper Size:
Effective Printing Width:
Transmission Time*:
7. Scanning Density:
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Halftone Level:
Scanner Type:
Printer Type:
Data Compression System:
Modem Speed:
Operating Environment:
Dimensions (H∑W∑D):
Mass (Weight):
Power Consumption:
17. Power Supply:
Public Switched Telephone Network
Max. 216 mm (81⁄2w) in width
Max. 600 mm (235⁄8w) in length
208 mm (83⁄16w)
A4: 210q297 mm (81⁄4wq1111⁄16w)
202 mm (715⁄16w)
Approx. 15 sec./page (Original mode)
Approx. 30 sec./page (G3 Normal mode)
Horizontal: 8 pels/mm (203 pels/inch)
Vertical:
3.85 lines/mm (98 lines/inch)—Standard
7.7 lines/mm (196 lines/inch)—Fine/Halftone
64-level
CCD Image Sensor
Thermal Transfer
Modified Huffman (MH), Modified READ (MR)
9600/7200/4800/2400 bps; Automatic Fallback
5–35uC (41–95uF), 20–80% RH
237q420q389 mm (95⁄16wq169⁄16wq155⁄16w)
Approx. 9.0 kg (19.8 lb.)
Transmission: Approx. 17 W / Reception:
Approx. 40 W
Copy:
Approx. 50 W / Standby:
Approx. 5 W
Maximum:
Approx. 150 W
220–240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
*Transmission Time: Transmission times apply to text data using the ITU-T (CCITT) test chart, between the
same machine models at maximum modem speed. The transmission time does not
include call setup, ringing, handshaking and sign off. Transmission times may vary.
Note:
¡Any details given in these instructions are subject to change without notice.
¡The picture and illustrations in these instructions may vary slightly from the actual product.
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10. General Information
Telstra Telephone
Instructions to customer
Installation
4. Replace socket cover and tighten screw ‘A’.
Attached to this apparatus is a label bearing a
“Austel Permit Number”. This number is evidence
that it is a “Permitted Attachment” which has been
authorized by Austel to be connected to your
telephone service. Conditions relating to
connection and operation of this Permitted
Attachment are contained in Telecommunications
General By-Law 220 (5).
If you are satisfied with the operation of your
telephone service after plugging in your Permitted
Attachment, your installation is completed.
You are authorized by Austel to install this
Permitted Attachment yourself by plugging it into
the line socket of any Telstra telephone. You may
connect it in place of your Telstra telephone or to
any spare telephone socket installed in your
premises.
To disconnect your Telstra telephone, you must
first remove its plug from the line socket. You can
then insert the plug of your Permitted Attachment
into the socket and use your equipment.
If the plug of your Telstra telephone cannot be
readily removed, you will have to remove the
screw securing it. To do this, proceed as follows:
1. Loosen screw ‘A’ sufficiently to remove the
socket cover.
SOCKET
PLUG
SCREW “A”
TELEPHONE CORD
Connect to the
PLUG as shown.
2. Remove screw ‘B’ and withdraw the plug.
You will be unable to connect this Permitted
Attachment if your telephone service consists only
of a wall phone or an old style telephone which is
not connected by means of a modern plug and
socket. In such cases a new socket will need to be
installed.
Should the Permitted Attachment not operate when
plugged into a socket, it is either faulty or
unsuitable for operation with your telephone
service. It should be returned to the store where
purchased.
Service difficulties
If at any time a fault occurs on your telephone
service, carry out the following checks before you
call for service:
¡Disconnect the Permitted Attachment and try
using the service with the normal telephone.
¡If the telephone service then operates
satisfactorily, the fault is in your Permitted
Attachment. Leave the Permitted Attachment
disconnected and report the fault to its supplier or
agent to arrange for repair.
¡If when using the telephone the service is still
faulty, report the fault to “Service Difficulties and
Faults” for attention.
You are required to keep this Permitted
Attachment in good working order while it is
connected to your telephone service. Its
construction or internal circuit must not be modified
in any way without permission.
SCREW
“B”
3. Replace screw ‘B’. Ensure that it screws
completely into the socket recess. (If the screw
is too long, increase the hole depth or replace
the screw with one 5 mm shorter.)
SCREW “A”
SCREW “B”
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SOCKET
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10. General Information
Index
A
ALL MESSAGES button RRRRRRR 29
ANS/FAX modeRRRRRRRR 16, 20, 27
ANS/FAX ring count RRRRRRRRR 27
Answering device volume RRRRRRR 14
Automatic dialing RRRRRRRRR 35, 36
C
CHECK button RRRRRRRRRR 15, 52
Cleaning RRRRRRRRRRRRRR 77
COPY button RRRRRRRRRR 34, 49
Copy reduction mode RRRRRRRR 46
D
Date and time RRRRRRRRRRRR 12
Day/night mode RRRRRRRRRRR 62
Delayed transmission RRRRRRRR 40
DELETE key RRRRRRRRRRRR 13
Dialing mode RRRRRRRRRRRRR 8
Direct call station keys RRRRR 13, 35, 36
DIRECTORY button RRRRRRR 36, 37
Display contrast RRRRRRRRRRR 63
E
Electronic telephone directory RRRRR 37
ERASE buttonRRRRRRRRRRRR 30
Error messages RRRRRRRRRRR 70
Extension copy RRRRRRRRRRR 49
EXT. TAM mode RRRRRRR 16, 20, 24
F
FAX mode RRRRRRRRRR 16, 20, 23
FAX ring count RRRRRRRRRRR 23
Feeder pressure RRRRRRRRRRR 76
FILM/PAPER SAVE key RRRRRRR 48
H
Handset volume RRRRRRRRRRR 14
HELP button RRRRRRRRRRRRR 8
I
INSERT keyRRRRRRRRRRRRR 13
J
Journal auto print RRRRRRRRRR 66
Journal report RRRRRRRRRR 65, 67
Junk mail prohibitor RRRRRRRRR 43
L
Logo position RRRRRRRRRRRR 45
M
MAIL BOX button RRRRRRRRRR 54
Mailbox alert RRRRRRRRRRRR 55
Mailbox password RRRRRRRRRR 53
MEMO/2WAY REC button RRRRR 30, 31
MENU button RRRRRRR 12, 35, 39, 65
Message alert RRRRRRRRRRRR 32
MUTE button RRRRRRRRRRRR 17
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N
NEW MESSAGES button RRRRRRR 29
O
One-touch dialing RRRRRRRR 35, 36
Overseas transmission mode RRRRR 45
P
Pager alert for fax reception RRRRRR
Pager alert for incoming messagesRRR
PAUSE buttonRRRRRRRRRRRR
Polling RRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
R
REC button RRRRRRRRRRR 15, 52
RECALL button RRRRRRRRRRR 64
RECEIVE MODE button RRRRRRR 16
Receiving reduction mode RRRRRR 47
REDIAL/PAUSE button RRRRRRRR 17
Remote ANS ID RRRRRRRRRRR 57
Remote fax activation code RRRRRR 42
REPEAT button RRRRRRRRRRR 29
RESOLUTION button RRRRRRRR 18
Ring pattern detection RRRRRRRR 44
Ringer volumeRRRRRRRRRRRR 14
S
SECRET key RRRRRRRRRRRR 35
SELECT button RRRRRRRRRRR 15
Set default RRRRRRRRRRRRR 63
Silent detection RRRRRRRRRRR 26
Silent fax recognition ring RRRRRRR 22
SKIP button RRRRRRRRRRRRR 29
SPACE key RRRRRRRRRRRRR 13
Speaker volume RRRRRRRRRRR 14
Speed dialing RRRRRRRRRR 35, 36
SP-PHONE button RRRRRRRR 17, 18
START/SET button RRRRRRRR 12, 18
STOP button RRRRRRRRRRRR 18
T
TEL mode RRRRRRRRRRRRR 16
Telephone number list RRRRRRRR 65
TEL/FAX mode RRRRRRRR 16, 20, 21
TEL/FAX ring RRRRRRRRRRRR 22
TONE button RRRRRRRRRRRR 64
Transmission report RRRRRRR 65, 66
V
Visual film indicator RRRRRRRRRR 9
Voice contact RRRRRRRRRRRR 38
VOICE STDBY button RRRRRRRR 38
VOLUME button RRRRRRRRRRR 14
Y
Your facsimile telephone number RRR 14
Your logo RRRRRRRRRRRRRR 12
50
61
64
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10. General Information
Remote control card for KX-F1100AL
Mailbox Remote Operation
Mailbox Remote Operation
» Recording a message into a
mailbox:
1. Call your unit.
2. Press * and the mailbox no.
(1, 2 or 3).
3. Leave a message.
» Recording a message into a
mailbox:
1. Call your unit.
2. Press * and the mailbox no.
(1, 2 or 3).
3. Leave a message.
» Retrieving messages from a
mailbox:
1. Call your unit.
2. Press * and the mailbox no.
(1, 2 or 3).
3. Press the mailbox password
∆∆∆.
4. Press the remote command key
(refer to the reverse side).
» Retrieving messages from a
mailbox:
1. Call your unit.
2. Press * and the mailbox no.
(1, 2 or 3).
3. Press the mailbox password
∆∆∆.
4. Press the remote command key
(refer to the reverse side).
Mailbox Remote Operation
Notice of Remote Operation
¡The remote operation is available
only from a touch tone phone when
the unit is in the ANS/FAX mode.
» Recording a message into a
mailbox:
1. Call your unit.
2. Press * and the mailbox no.
(1, 2 or 3).
3. Leave a message.
Fold here
» Retrieving messages from a
mailbox:
1. Call your unit.
2. Press * and the mailbox no.
(1, 2 or 3).
3. Press the mailbox password
∆∆∆.
4. Press the remote command key
(refer to the reverse side).
¡When the unit is in the TEL mode,
call your unit and wait for 15 rings.
The unit will switch to ANS/FAX
mode.
¡When you press any key, press
firmly.
¡To send a document, press **.
When a fax tone is heard, start
transmission.
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Key
Remote Command
Key
Remote Command
1
Repeating a message
1
Repeating a message
2
Skipping a message
2
Skipping a message
4
New message playback
4
New message playback
5
All message playback
5
All message playback
6
Room monitoring
6
Room monitoring
7
Re-recording a greeting
message
7
Re-recording a greeting
message
9
Stopping re-recording of a
greeting message
9
Stopping re-recording of a
greeting message
*4
Erasing a specific message
*4
Erasing a specific message
*5
Erasing all messages
*5
Erasing all messages
81
Pager alert for ANS—ON
81
Pager alert for ANS—ON
82
Pager alert for ANS—OFF
82
Pager alert for ANS—OFF
Answering Device Remote Operation
1. Call your unit.
2. Press the remote ANS ID ∆∆∆
during the greeting message.
3. Press remote command key (refer
to right) within 4 seconds.
or
Wait for 4 seconds. All the
recorded messages will be played
back.
Key
¡To skip the greeting message, press
0.
¡To erase a specific message, press
*4 when a message to be erased
is being played back.
¡To erase all the recorded messages,
press *5.
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Remote Command
1
Repeating a message
2
Skipping a message
4
New message playback
5
All message playback
6
Room monitoring
7
Re-recording a greeting
message
9
Stopping re-recording of a
greeting message
*4
Erasing a specific message
*5
Erasing all messages
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Pager alert for ANS—ON
82
Pager alert for ANS—OFF
Speed dialer list
Station
No.
Name/Phone No.
Station
No.
00
30
01
31
02
32
03
33
04
34
05
35
06
36
07
37
08
38
09
39
10
40
11
41
12
42
13
43
14
44
15
45
16
46
17
47
18
48
19
49
20
50
21
51
22
52
23
53
24
54
25
55
26
56
27
57
28
58
29
59
Name/Phone No.
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WARRANTY
1. The product is warranted for labour and parts for twelve (12) months from the date of purchase.
2. This warranty is for normal domestic use and office use only and excludes any defect or injury
caused by or resulting from misuse, abuse, neglect, accidental damage, improper voltage, vermin
infestation or any alteration which affects the reliability or performance of the unit, not attributable to
faulty manufacture parts and labour.
3. This warranty does not cover the following items unless fault or defect being complained of existed at
the time of purchase.
(a) Audio Tapes
(d) Thermal Paper, Toner/Ink Cartridges,
(b) Audio Heads resulting from wear and tear
Drums, Developer, Film (Ink Ribbon Film),
in normal use
Film Cartridge
(c) Ribbons, Print Heads, Print Wheels,
(e) Cabinet Parts and Batteries
Correction Tapes, Floppy Discs
4. If warranty service is required you should:
¡Contact Your nearest Panasonic Authorised Service Centre.
¡Enclose a copy of your purchase receipt as proof of date of purchase.
¡Send or bring the product to Panasonic Authorised Service Centre. Warranty does not include any
freight to and from the user or insurance so please arrange this yourself.
5. The warranties hereby conferred do not extend to any costs associated with the delivery, handling,
freighting or transportation of the product or any part thereof or replacement of and do not extend to
any damage or loss occurring during, or associated with, transit.
Unless otherwise specified to the consumer the benefits conferred by this express warranty are
additional to all other conditions, warranties, guarantees, rights and remedies expressed or implied by
the Trade Practices Act 1974 and similar consumer protection provisions contained in legislation of the
States and Territories and all other obligations and liabilities on the part of the manufacturer or supplier
and nothing contained therein shall restrict or modify such rights, remedies, obligations or liabilities.
IF YOU REQUIRE ANY ASSISTANCE REGARDING WARRANTY CONDITIONS, CONTACT
PANASONIC AUSTRALIA PTY. LIMITED AT ADDRESS BELOW.
CONTACT PANASONIC AUSTRALIA PTY. LIMITED OFFICES
FOR YOUR NEAREST AUTHORISED SERVICE CENTRE
NEW SOUTH WALES
1 Garigal Road, Belrose, N.S.W. 2085
Tel: (02) 9986 7666
3/28 Denison Street, Hamilton, Newcastle N.S.W. 2303 Tel: (049) 616 600
VICTORIA
1 Caribbean Drive, Scoresby, VIC. 3179
Tel: (03) 9213 8888
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
125 Port Road, Hindmarsh S.A. 5007
Tel: (08) 346 3999
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
37 Kewdale Road, Kewdale. W.A. 6105
Tel: (09) 451 7211
GUEENSLAND
494 Nudgee Road, Hendra, QLD. 4011
Tel: (07) 3268 6466
Panasonic Australia Pty. Limited
A.C. N. 001 592 187
(Incorporated in N.S.W.)
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan
Printed in Japan
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