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Olivetti Fax-Lab 115 User manual
Ink Jet Fax
Fax-Lab 115
INSTRUCTIONS
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Olivetti Tecnost, S.p.A. con unico azionista
Gruppo Telecom Italia
Direzione e coordinamento di Telecom Italia S.p.A.
Via Jervis, 77 - 10015 IVREA (TO)
ITALY
Code of user manual: 256605R
Date of publication: March 2005.
Copyright © 2005, Olivetti
All rights reserved.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make any changes to the machine described in this manual, at any time, and
without prior warning.
This machine has been approved, under the terms of Council Decision 98/482/EC, for Europe-wide connection as
a single terminal to an analogue Public Switched Telephone System (PSTN) system. However, due to differences
between individual PSTNs in the various countries, the approval does not unconditionally guarantee success
operation of every PSTN termination point.
If you encounter any problems, you should contact your supplier immediately.
The manufacturers declare under their own responsibility that this product
complies with provisions laid down by the directive 1999/05/CE (the full
declaration can be found at the www.olivettioffice.com site, by choosing
"Support", "Certifications" and then the product name).
Conformance is certified by the application of the
mark to the product.
Network compatibility declaration
This product has been designed and developed to operate in the networks of all European Community countries,
and in those of Switzerland and Norway.
Full compatibility with the networks of individual countries will depend on specific national software parameters which
can be set in the product. If you encounter problems with non EC PSTN networks, contact your national technical
support service.
Your attention is drawn to the following conditions that could compromise the conformity attested above as well as
the machine’s characteristics:
• incorrect electrical supply;
• incorrect installation, erroneous or improper use, or any use that differs from what is indicated in the User Manual
supplied with the machine;
• replacement of components or original parts using other types, not approved by the manufacturer, or where
carried out by unauthorized persons.
The electrical socket must be near to hand and easily accessible. To disconnect the machine from the electrical power
supply, unplug it from the supply socket.
TABLE OF CONTENTS - FIRST SECTION
BEFORE YOU START
3
RECEPTION
CONSULTING THE MANUAL ....................................................... 3
ENVIRONMENTAL RECYCLING ................................................... 3
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .............................................................. 3
ABOUT THE INSTALLATION AND SETUP PARAMETERS ........... 4
TO CHOOSE THE RECEPTION MODE ...................................... 13
MANUAL RECEPTION ................................................................ 14
AUTOMATIC RECEPTION .......................................................... 14
RECEPTION WITH TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE ............ 14
RECEPTION IN "PHONE/FAX" MODE ........................................ 14
USING THE TELEPHONE
ABOUT THE FAX MACHINE
5
CONSOLE ..................................................................................... 5
COMPONENTS ............................................................................. 7
HOW TO GET STARTED QUICKLY
8
13
15
TO TELEPHONE WITH ONE-TOUCH DIALLING ........................ 15
TO TELEPHONE WITH SPEED DIALLING .................................. 15
TO TELEPHONE BY RUNNING A SEARCH IN THE PHONE
BOOK .......................................................................................... 15
TO REDIAL ONE OF THE LAST 20 INCOMING NUMBERS
OR ONE OF THE LAST 10 OUTGOING NUMBERS ................... 15
MAKING COPIES
16
WHAT DOCUMENTS CAN BE COPIED ...................................... 16
TO MAKE A COPY ....................................................................... 16
PACKAGE CONTENTS
8
INSTALLATION CONDITIONS
8
CONNECTING TO THE TELEPHONE LINE AND
POWER SUPPLY
8
SETTING SOME PARAMETERS
9
TO SET THE LANGUAGE AND THE COUNTRY OF
DESTINATION ............................................................................... 9
TO CHANGE THE LANGUAGE AND THE COUNTRY OF
DESTINATION ............................................................................... 9
TO SET THE DATE AND TIME ................................................... 10
TO CHANGE THE DATE AND TIME ........................................... 10
ALL THAT IS MISSING NOW IS YOUR NAME AND FAX
NUMBER ..................................................................................... 10
SETTING UP THE FAX MACHINE
11
TRANSMISSION
13
WHAT DOCUMENTS MAY BE USED .......................................... 13
TO SEND A DOCUMENT ............................................................ 13
TO HEAR THE DIALLING TONE WHEN SENDING A
DOCUMENT................................................................................ 13
TO SEND A DOCUMENT WITH THE RECEIVER RAISED ......... 13
BEFORE YOU START
CONSULTING THE MANUAL
This manual is divided into two sections: the first section
"About the fax machine" and "How to get started
quickly" provide a summary of the fax machine's features,
allowing you to install it and get started immediately,
using its basic functions only.
After this initial phase, the second section of the manual can
be consulted. In it you will find a detailed description of
the fax machine and its many functions.
RISK
•
The fax machine and its accessories are wrapped in plastic
so do not let children play with the packaging material.
RISK OF FIRE
•
ENVIRONMENTAL RECYCLING
Never throw the fax machine away with ordinary household
waste. Find out how it is to be disposed of from your local
authorities and make sure you respect all regulations in force.
The cardboard box, the plastic present in the package and the
various parts of the fax machine may be recycled in accordance with the recycling regulations in force in your country.
OF SUFFOCATION
If you are to leave the fax machine unused for a long period
of time, you should disconnect it from the power supply: in this
way, it will be protected against the risk of damage due to
interference or power surges.
RISK
•
•
•
OF ACCIDENT
Place it on a stable, flat surface free of all vibrations so as to
avoid drops that could cause damage to the machine and
injury to persons.
Lay the power cable so that it cannot be trodden on or tripped
over.
Never let children use or play with the fax machine.
OPERATING
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
RISK
•
OF AN ELECTRIC SHOCK
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Never attempt to repair the fax machine yourself. If you remove the casing, you risk getting an electric shock or suffering
some other kind of injury. Repairs should be carried out by
qualified technical staff only.
During storms we recommend you unplug the device
from both the power outlet and the telephone line so
as to eliminate the risk of it being damaged by lightning.
Never pour liquids on the fax machine and avoid exposing it
to the damp.
If liquids seep inside it, unplug it immediately from the mains
power supply and the telephone line. Before using it again,
have it repaired by qualified, technical staff.
Do not use the fax machine outside in bad weather.
Connect the fax machine exclusively to a certified wall power
socket.
To unplug the power cable from the wall power socket, remove the plug and refrain from yanking the cable.
Never touch the power cable or plug with wet hands.
Do not fold or squash the power cable. Keep it away from
heat sources.
Before cleaning the fax machine, unplug it from the wall power
socket.
Before using the fax machine, check that it has not been damaged or dropped. If it has, have it checked by a qualified
engineer.
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•
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•
PRECAUTIONS
Keep the fax machine in a dust-free place away from sources
of water, steam and excessive heat. Do not expose it to direct
sunlight.
Ensure that no books, documents, or other objects obstruct
normal ventilation in any way.
Use the fax machine exclusively at a temperature of between
5°C and 35°C and a relative humidity of between 15% and
85%.
Keep the fax machine away from other electrical and electronic appliances that may cause interference, e.g. radios,
televisions, etc.
If a voltage drop or power failure occurs, it will not be possible
to make or receive telephone calls as the keypad will be
disabled.
In an emergency, if you wish to make a call, you must use a
telephone certified by the telephone company, connecting it
directly to the fax machine (in countries where this is allowed)
or directly to the telephone wall socket.
Leave enough room in front of the outlet from which documents and received/copied documents are unloaded, so that
they do not fall on the floor.
IMPROPER USE
The fax machine was designed to send and receive documents and to copy paper documents. The machine may also
be used as a telephone. All other uses are to be considered
improper. In particular, it is never to be connected directly to
an ISDN line and, if it is, the guarantee becomes null and
void.
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ABOUT THE INSTALLATION AND SETUP
PARAMETERS
As the country default values for each installation and setup
parameter may change due to certification requirements or
specific customers’ needs, these values do not always correspond to those indicated in the manual: it is therefore advisable to print them before changing them.
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ABOUT THE FAX MACHINE
CONSOLE
"Error" LED indicator
Signals an operating fault during transmission or
reception.
•
On, indicates that there are messages or memos in
the memory that have already been played.
Blinking, indicates that the memory contains documents that have not been printed, messages or memos
that have not been played.
Off, indicates that the memory is empty.
After the
button has been pressed, it
turns the speaker volume "up" or "down".
Display
A two-line liquid crystal display with a capacity of 16 characters
per line.
Shows operator prompts and error messages.
•
Scroll "forwards" and "backwards" through the values of a
parameter.
•
Move the cursor to the "right" and to the "left" while entering
numbers and names.
•
Used to perform TAD functions. Described in the corresponding chapter.
•
Dial the fax or telephone number.
•
If pressed for more than a second, they automatically dial (once set) the telephone or fax
number assigned to them (one-touch dialling
function).
•
Enter numeric data.
•
Select digits and alphanumeric characters during the entry of numbers and names.
•
With tone dialling, they send a tone
down the line for special network services.
•
They scroll "backwards" and "forwards" through characters and special symbols during the entry of
names.
With the handset lifted, gives access to the special functions made available by the network manager and commonly known as REGISTER RECALL (R function).
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•
Adjusts the resolution of the documents to be sent and
copied (only with the document inserted in the ADF).
•
Puts the line on hold during a telephone conversation (with
the handset raised).
•
•
After two numeric keys (01-50)
have been pressed, automatically dials (once set) the telephone or fax number associated with them.
Cancels incorrect settings.
•
Inserts a pause during the dialling of the telephone
or fax number.
•
Displays a list of the last 10 fax or telephone
numbers dialled (outgoing calls) or the last 20
numbers from which calls have been received
and not answered (incoming calls), irrespective of whether or not a document was present in
the ADF.
•
Unloads a document from the ADF.
•
Gives access to programming mode.
•
Turns off the "
•
Selects menus and submenus.
•
Returns the fax machine to the stand-by mode.
•
Stops the programming, transmission, reception or
copying operation in progress.
" LED indicator.
Used to dial a telephone or fax number without lifting
the telephone handset.
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Starts receiving a document.
•
After the fax number has been dialled, starts sending a
document (only with the document inserted in the ADF).
•
Confirms the selection of menus, submenus, parameters and their values and moves on to the next condition.
•
Starts copying a document (only with the document
inserted in the ADF).
COMPONENTS
The figure shows the external and internal parts of fax machine.
PAPER SUPPORT EXTENSION
CONNECTION
SOCKETS
PLAIN PAPER FEED COMPARTMENT (ASF)
Maximum capacity: 40 sheets (80gr/m2).
AUTOMATIC FEEDER FOR DOCUMENTS TO
BE SENT AND COPIED (ADF)
MAXIMUM CAPACITY: 5 SHEETS OF A4
BUILT-IN
TELEPHONE
HANDSET
OPERATOR
CONSOLE
SPEAKER
DISPLAY
RECEIVED OR COPIED DOCUMENT OUTPUT
The display consists of two lines of 16
characters each. It shows the date and
time, menu items, error messages, resolution and contrast values.
MACHINE SERIAL NUMBER
PLATE ( SEE BASE)
OPTICAL READER
PRINT HEAD
COMPARTMENT
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HOW TO GET STARTED QUICKLY
This section provides a basic description of the fax machine, explaining how to install it and get started quickly, using its basic functions only. For a more comprehensive use
of the fax machine, see the corresponding section.
As this section is designed to give you a gradual and systematic approach to the fax machine, we recommend you
read the topics in the order in which they are presented.
PACKAGE
CONTENTS
important
The fax machine is set up to be connected to the public
telephone line. If you want to connect it to a private line
see section "To set it up for the telephone line".
CONNECT
THE TELEPHONE HANDSET
1
1. Insert the connector of the handset cable into the socket marked
with the symbol
on the fax
machine.
2
2. Place the handset in its seat.
In addition to the fax machine and this manual, you will find
the following elements in the package:
•
•
The paper support extension.
The cable for connecting the fax machine to the telephone
line.
The power cable.
The telephone plug (if applicable).
The box containing the monochrome print head provided with
the machine.
The telephone handset.
Aftersales support information.
•
•
•
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IMPORTANT
The use of non-original print heads makes the product’s guarantee null and void.
IF A VOLTAGE DROP OR POWER FAILURE OCCURS, IT MAY BE
USEFUL TO USE AN EMERGENCY TELEPHONE
INSTALLATION
CONDITIONS
Place the fax machine on a stable, flat surface. Make sure
there is enough room for ventilation.
Keep the fax machine in a dust-free place away from sources
of excessive heat or humidity. Do not expose it to direct sunlight.
1
1. To connect the emergency telephone directly to the fax machine, remove the cover from the
socket for connecting to the external line and then insert the
plug of the emergency telephone
in this socket.
CONNECTING TO THE TELEPHONE LINE AND
important
POWER SUPPLY
CONNECT
THE FAX MACHINE TO THE TELEPHONE LINE
1
LINE
A
1. A. Insert the plug on the cable
for connecting it to the telephone line into the "LINE"
socket on the rear of the fax
machine.
B
B. Insert the connector or the
plug (if applicable) at the
other end of the cable into
the wall telephone line
socket .
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In countries where this kind of connection is not allowed (for
example, Germany and Austria), connect the emergency telephone directly to the telephone wall socket.
CONNECT THE
1
A
COUNTRY
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Chile
China
Colombia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Holland
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Luxembourg
Mexico
New Zealand
Norway
Peru
Portugal
Rest of world
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
UK
Uruguay
Venezuela
FAX MACHINE TO THE POWER SUPPLY
B
1. A. Insert the female connector
at one end of the power cable into the male connector
on the rear of the fax machine.
B. Then insert the plug at the
other end of the cable into
the wall power socket.
important
The plug of the power supply cable may vary from country to
country.
SETTING SOME PARAMETERS
Once the fax is connected to the power supply, the fax machine automatically runs a short test to check that its components are working and the display may show:
"AUTOMATIC 00" on the first line and "SET DATE/TIME" on
the second line.
important
If the display shows the language in which the messages are
displayed, for example "ITALIANO", before setting the date
and time, you must set the language and country in which it is
to be used (see the procedure below).
TO
SET THE LANGUAGE AND THE COUNTRY OF DESTINATION
The display shows the language in which the messages
are displayed. For example:
COUNTRY TO BE SELECTED
AMERICA LATINA
NZL/AUSTRALIA
ÖSTERREICH
BELGIUM
BRASIL
AMERICA LATINA
CHINA
AMERICA LATINA
CZECH
DANMARK
FINLAND
FRANCE
DEUTSCHLAND
GREECE
HOLLAND
U.K./IRELAND
ISRAEL
ITALIA
BELGIUM
AMERICA LATINA
NZL/AUSTRALIA
NORGE
AMERICA LATINA
PORTUGAL
INTERNATIONAL
S. AFRICA
ESPAÑA
SVERIGE
SCHWEIZ
TURKEY
U.K./IRELAND
AMERICA LATINA
AMERICA LATINA
5. To confirm the setting, press the key:
ITALIANO
1. To select the desired language, press the keys:
|/}
6. To complete the procedure, press the key:
The display shows, for example:
ENGLISH
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
CHOOSE COUNTRY
TO CHANGE THE LANGUAGE AND THE
COUNTRY OF DESTINATION
3. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows a country of destination, for example:
ITALIA
4. To select the desired country, press the keys:
|/}
Press
+
and repeat the procedure "To set the
language and the country of destination" from the start,
remembering always to confirm the settings made by pressing
the
button.
The display shows, for example:
U.K./IRELAND
If your country is not present among those shown on
the display, see the table below:
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TO SET THE
notE
DATE AND TIME
The first time you connect the fax machine to the
power supply or whenever there is a power failure
you must set the date and time as described below.
Once set, the date and time can be changed at any time,
see the "To change the date and time" section.
1. Press the key:
The display shows:
If you have chosen the 12-hour time format, the display will
show the letter "p" (post meridiem) or the letter "a" (ante
meridiem). To switch from one format to the other:
1. Position the cursor, using the |/} keys, below the letter to be
modified.
key.
2. Press the
3. If you think you have made a mistake and want to abort the
procedure in progress, press the
key.
DATE AND TIME
TO
2. Press the key:
CHANGE THE DATE AND TIME
The display shows:
If the date and time shown on the display are not correct, you can change them at any time.
1. Press the key
FORMAT: DD/MM/YY
3. If you want to select a different format from the one
displayed, press the keys:
until the display shows:
|/}
FAX SET-UP
4. Press the key:
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
The display shows:
FORMAT: 24 H
DATE AND TIME
5. To select the other time format (12 hours), press the
keys:
|/}
From this point follow the procedure previously described in "To set the date and time".
The display shows:
FORMAT: 12 H
6. Press the key:
ALL THAT
IS MISSING NOW IS YOUR NAME AND FAX
NUMBER
The display shows:
DD/MM/YY HH:MM
25-03-04
11:23
Once set, the name (max. 16 characters) and number
(max. 20 digits) will remain unchanged until they are
intentionally changed and will be printed on each page
received by your correspondent’s fax machine.
1. Press the key
7. To enter the new date and time (e.g. 26-03-04; 12:00),
press the keys:
-
As each digit is entered, the cursor will move to the next
one.
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
DD/MM/YY HH:MM
26-03-04
12:00
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
8. If you wish to move the cursor to digits to be modified,
press the keys:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
|/}
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
9. Then overwrite the digits with the correct ones, by pressing the keys:
STATION NAME
-
4. Press the key:
10. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The date and time setting procedure has been completed. The new date and time will be updated automatically and will be printed on each page sent.
11. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
The display shows:
TYPE YOUR NAME
_
5. To select the characters of each key cyclically, press
the keys:
6. To leave a space, press the keys:
Remember that the stand-by mode is the status in
which the fax machine is idle and that it is the mode from
which the machine can be programmed.
|/}
7. To include a variety of special symbols, e.g. &, in your
name, press the keys:
-
10
8. If there are any wrong characters, move the cursor to
the wrong character, by pressing the keys:
To change the position:
1. Press the key
|/}
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
9. Then overwrite the character with the correct one, by
pressing the keys:
2. Press the key:
-
The display shows:
10. To delete the name completely, press the key:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
For example, to enter the name "LARA":
The display shows:
Until you have selected the letter "L".
VARIOUS SETTINGS
Until you have selected the letter "A".
4. Press the key
Until you have selected the letter "R".
until the display shows:
Until you have selected the letter "A".
HEADER INSIDE
11. To confirm the name, press the key:
5. To select the alternative parameter, press the keys:
The display shows:
|/}
PHONE NUMBER
The display shows:
HEADER OUTSIDE
6. To confirm the setting, press the key:
Now enter the fax number as indicated below:
To set your fax number:
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
1. Press the key:
The display shows:
TYPE YOUR NUMBER
_
SETTING UP THE FAX MACHINE
2. To enter your fax number, press the keys:
3. To leave a space, press the keys:
FEED
THE PRINT PAPER INTO THE MACHINE
|/}
If you make any typing errors, correct them in the same
way as for your name.
If you want to include the international code in your
number, instead of the zeros, press the * key; the display will show the symbol +.
1. Push the paper support extension in the slot until it clicks into
position.
1
4. To confirm the fax number, press the key:
5. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
2
2. Holding the sheets by their upper edge, insert them by letting
them "drop" into the ASF without
folding or forcing them.
Position of your name and fax number:
-
-
The information at the top of the document to be sent
(name, fax number, date and time and number of pages)
may be received by your correspondent’s fax machine:
outside the text area immediately below the top edge of
the sheet;
or
inside the text area, slightly lower down than in the
previous case.
Your fax machine is designed to send this information
inside the text area.
IMPORTANT
If you add sheets (max. 40) to the ASF, make sure you place
them under and not on top of those already present.
The fax machine has a memory that enables it to receive up
to 19 pages even if you do not add any paper.
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INSERT
THE PRINT HEAD
IMPORTANT
Once the print head provided with the machine is worn, remember only to use original print heads (see code
printed at the end of the manual).
If, after the print head has been installed, the "CHECK PRINT
HEAD" message appears again, try removing it and then
reinserting it, pressing it more firmly into position. If the message remains on the display, remove the print head and clean
the electrical contacts of the print head and the carriage, see
"To clean the electrical contacts of the print head", section "Maintenance operations".
1. Lower the handset and place it
on a stable surface.
Once the print head has been inserted, the operator
console closed and the handset replaced, the fax machine starts the nozzle cleaning and checking procedure,
which is completed by:
• the printing, on the sheet loaded automatically, of a diagnostic test sheet containing:
- a numbered scale, for checking the flow of ink and the
electrical circuits of the print head nozzles.
- a group of graphics and text, so that the printing quality
may be evaluated.
• the display shows the message: "CHECK PRINT OUT", "1 =
EXIT 0 = REPEAT".
Examine the print test sheet as follows:
1. Check that the numbered scale is not broken at any point
and that the black areas do not present any horizontal
white lines: if these conditions, which confirm that the print
head has been inserted correctly and is working properly,
are respected, set the value 1. The fax machine returns to its
initial stand-by mode and is ready for use. The display shows
the message:
AUTOMATIC 00
25-03-04 11:23
2. Open and lift the operator console as indicated by the arrows.
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3. Take the print head out of its
package and, holding it on both
sides, peel off the film covering
the nozzles.
2. On the other hand, if there are any breaks or white lines
present, set 0 to clean the nozzles again: if the new print test
continues to be unsatisfactory, repeat the procedure another
time. At this point:
• if the printing quality still does not meet your expectations,
clean the electrical contacts as indicated in the "To clean
the electrical contacts of the print head" section of the
"Maintenance operations" chapter.
• if the printing quality is satisfactory, set the value 1. The fax
machine returns to its initial stand-by mode and is ready for
use.
Important
When the print head is about to run out of ink, the display
shows:
INK LOW
When there is no ink left, the display shows:
4
4. Insert the print head in its compartment with the electrical contacts facing towards the print
head compartment.
5
5. Push the print head until it clicks
into place.
IMPORTANT
The print head provided with the machine allows you to
print up to 80 pages*, whereas the print heads that you
will buy subsequently have a greater capacity and will thus
allow you to print up to 450 pages*.
* Based on Test Chart ITU-TS n.1 (black coverage = 3,8%).
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OUT OF INK
To replace the print head, see the section "Maintenance
operations ".
To buy new print heads, see the corresponding code at
the end of the manual.
TRANSMISSION
TO
HEAR THE DIALLING TONE WHEN SENDING A DOCUMENT
If you follow the procedures described below, you can immediately use the fax machine to carry out simple transmission operations. In any case, if these procedures are
not enough for you, see the "Transmission and reception
operations" chapter, which provides a detailed description
of all the transmission modes and other dialling procedures
(one-touch and speed dialling, etc.) for which the fax machine
has to be set up (see "To set one-touch and speed dialling").
WHAT
1. If these diagrams are not
enough, see "To send a document", section "Transmission
and reception operations".
DOCUMENTS MAY BE USED
For any type of tansmission, the document has to be
placed in the ADF.
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ORIGINAL
•
•
•
Width
Length
Unit weight
210 mm
min. 105 mm - max. 600 mm
70 - 90 gr/m2 (max. 5 sheets)
TO
SEND A DOCUMENT WITH THE RECEIVER RAISED
1. If these diagrams are not
enough, see "To send a document", section "Transmission
and reception operations".
For documents of different sizes from those specified above,
photocopy the original onto A4 sheets or another supported
format and send the copy.
1
A
B 1. A. Place the document in the
automatic document feeder
(ADF) with the side to be sent
face down.
B. Place the document against
the right-hand side of the
feeder (see the mark printed
on the fax machine's casing).
important
If you do not perform any operation within about one and half
minutes of inserting the document in the automatic document
feeder (ADF), the fax machine will automatically unload the
document from the feeder.
TO SEND
A DOCUMENT
1. If these diagrams are not
enough, see "To send a document", section "Transmission
and reception operations".
RECEPTION
You can set up the fax machine to receive the documents sent
by your correspondents in four different modes, that you
may access by carrying out the procedure described below.
These modes are: manual reception, automatic reception,
automatic reception with recognition of the type of call and
reception with telephone answering device.
TO CHOOSE THE RECEPTION MODE
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
RECEPTION MODE
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
AUTOMATIC
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3. To view the other available options, "MANUAL" and
"PHONE/FAX", press the keys:
RECEPTION
IN "PHONE/FAX" MODE
|/}
The behaviour of the fax machine in this mode depends on
who is calling and whether you are in or not when the fax
is received. The following diagram will help you:
4. To confirm the setting, press the key:
5. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
After the
programmed
number of
rings.
notE
To activate reception with TAD mode, you must first record
the OUTGOING MESSAGE (see "The Telephone Answering Device"). Once you have recorded it, in step 3 of the
procedure indicated above, you can view the option "TAD/
FAX" and then confirm by pressing the
PHONE/FAX enabled.
A FAX MACHINE is calling.
key.
Your fax machine is set to receive automatically.
MANUAL
A TELEPHONE is calling.
RECEPTION
Your fax machine beeps for 20
seconds (set value). The display shows "LIFT HANDSET".
For all occasions in which you are present and you can
therefore answer the calls yourself.
20 seconds have passed and you
have not lifted the receiver.
1. If these diagrams are not
enough, see "To receive a
document", section "Transmission and reception operations".
AUTOMATIC
RECEPTION
For all occasions in which you are out but want to receive
documents anyway. This is the mode originally set on your
fax machine.
Your fax is set to receive
automaticaly. It will wait to receive a document for about 30
seconds, then it will return to its
initial stand-by mode.
The remote party called just to
talk to you: at the end of the conversation, replace the receiver.
The remote party asks you to
receive.
Your fax is set to receive.
RECEPTION
WITH TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE
In this reception mode, the TAD receives the calls, records
any messages left by the correspondent and, if he wants to
send you a document, enables the fax machine to receive it.
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TO
USING THE TELEPHONE
Do not place the document in the ADF.
1. Lift the handset to engage the line.
When you engage the line by lifting the telephone handset, you may use all the telephone functions available on
ordinary telephones sold on the market.
These also include the R function (REGISTER RECALL, activated by pressing the
key) which provides access to the
special services made available by the company that manages the telephone network.
The display shows:
ON LINE
and the length of the call in minutes and seconds in the
top right-hand corner.
2. Press the key:
You can also use the following functions:
•
Call the correspondent using the fast dialling procedures set,
see below "To telephone with one-touch dialling" and
"To telephone with speed dialling".
•
Momentarily hold a telephone call by pressing the
(HOLD) key. The call is resumed as soon as the same key is
pressed again.
TELEPHONE BY RUNNING A SEARCH IN THE PHONE BOOK
The display shows:
TEL CALL
CODE OR Ñ Ò _
3. To locate the telephone number or name of the correspondent you want to call, press the keys:
|/}
4. To start dialling, press the key:
TO
TELEPHONE WITH ONE-TOUCH DIALLING
Once the number has been dialled, if the correspondent is free, you can start talking.
Do not place the document in the ADF.
1. Press the desired numeric key, for example
more than one second.
-
, for
The display shows the digits of the telephone number
that you associated with it (see "To set one-touch and
speed dialling", chapter "Transmission and reception operations"). If you also associated a name with
it, the display will show this, too.
2. Once the number has been dialled, if the correspondent is free, you can start talking.
TO
REDIAL ONE OF THE LAST
ONE OF THE LAST
TO
The display shows:
ON LINE
and the length of the call in minutes and seconds in the
top right-hand corner.
2. Press the key:
TELEPHONE WITH SPEED DIALLING
The display shows:
Do not place the document in the ADF.
1. Lift the handset to engage the line.
The display shows:
ON LINE
and the length of the call in minutes and seconds in the
top right-hand corner.
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
TEL CALL
CODE OR Ñ Ò _
3. To type the desired speed dialling code, for example
, press the keys:
-
10 OUTGOING NUMBERS
Do not place the document in the ADF.
1. Lift the handset to engage the line.
The display shows the length of the call in minutes and
seconds in the top right-hand corner.
20 INCOMING NUMBERS OR
The display shows the digits of the telephone number
that you associated with it (see "To set one-touch and
speed dialling", chapter "Transmission and reception operations"). If a name was also associated with
it, the display will show this, too.
Once the number has been dialled, if the correspondent is free, you can start talking.
INCOMING CALLS
3. To display the other available option, "OUTGOING
CALLS", press the keys:
|/}
4. To confirm your choice, press the key:
5. To find the telephone number or name of the correspondent you wish to call on the list of the last 20 incoming calls or on the list of the last 10 outgoing calls, press
the keys:
|/}
6. To start dialling, press the key:
Once the number has been dialled, if the correspondent is free, you can start talking.
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9. To confirm your choice, press the key:
MAKING COPIES
The display shows:
CONTRAST:NORM.
WHAT
DOCUMENTS CAN BE COPIED
As for transmission, copying requires the document to be
inserted in the automatic document feeder (ADF). Before making a copy, make sure that the document is correctly
inserted in the feeder and that it respects the characteristics
described previously (see the "Transmission" section).
Bear in mind however that for the copying function you
can only insert one sheet at a time in the automatic document feeder (ADF).
10. To display the other two types of contrast available,
"CONTRAST: LIGHT" or "CONTRAST: DARK", press
the keys:
|/}
11. To confirm your choice, press the key:
The display shows the values that you have just selected. At this point, simply choose the resolution you
want and set the number of copies you want to make:
12. To choose the desired resolution setting, "TEXT" or
"PHOTO", press the key:
TO MAKE A COPY
As mentioned previously, you can also use the fax machine as a photocopier. The printing quality obtained
depends on the type of copy you want to obtain "Normal copy" or "Quality copy" and the contrast and
resolution values that you select before starting the
copying function.
1. Choose the type of contrast on the basis of the following criteria:
• NORMAL, if the document is neither very light nor
very dark.
• LIGHT, if the document is very dark.
• DARK, if the document is very light.
2. Choose the type of resolution on the basis of the following criteria:
•
TEXT, if the document contains easily legible text or
simple graphics.
• PHOTO, if the document contains shaded areas.
3. Insert the document in the ADF.
The display shows on the top line:
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
4. Press the key:
The display shows the default copy size, contrast and
resolution settings: 100%, NORMAL and TEXT, respectively. It also shows the number of copies set (1).
5. Press the key:
The display shows:
COPY: HIGH QUAL.
6. To view the other available option, "COPY: NORMAL",
press the keys:
|/}
7. To confirm your choice, press the key:
The display shows:
ZOOM: 100%
8. To choose the desired copy size setting, "140%", "70%"
or "50%", press the keys:
|/}
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13. If you want to make more than one copy (max. 9), enter
the desired number by pressing the keys:
14. If you only want to make one copy, skip to the next step.
15. To make the copy, press the key:
The fax machine starts to save the document. Having
done this, the fax machine starts copying.
notE
If you want to abort the copy in progress, press the
key twice: the first time to unload the document from the ADF
and the second time to return the fax machine to its initial
stand-by mode.
notE
To make enlarged or reduced copies of the document, remember to place the document against the right-hand side of
the feeder (see the mark printed on the fax machine's casing).
The maximum printing width is 204 mm and the maximum length
is 282 mm. The maximum unprintable area is: 4 mm on the
right and on the left side, 3 mm on the top and 14 mm on the
bottom.
TABLE OF CONTENTS - SECOND SECTION
TO SET IT UP FOR THE TELEPHONE LINE
19
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
45
TO CONNECT IT TO A PUBLIC LINE ......................................... 19
WHAT HAPPENS IF THERE IS A POWER FAILURE ................... 45
TO CONNECT IT TO A PRIVATE LINE (PBX) ............................. 19
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE PAPER OR INK HAS RUN OUT ......... 45
TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION OPERATIONS
21
IF THE TRANSMISSION IS UNSUCCESSFUL ........................... 45
WHAT DOCUMENTS MAY BE USED .......................................... 21
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A DOCUMENT IS PLACED IN
THE AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER WHILE THE FAX
MACHINE IS PRINTING .............................................................. 45
TO PLACE THE DOCUMENT IN THE ADF ................................. 21
FOR MINOR PROBLEMS ............................................................ 45
TO RECEIVE A DOCUMENT ....................................................... 24
ERROR CODES .......................................................................... 46
TO CHOOSE THE RECEPTION MODE ...................................... 24
SIGNALS AND MESSAGES ......................................................... 47
TO RECEIVE DOCUMENTS IN THE VARIOUS RECEPTION
MODES ....................................................................................... 24
MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
TO SET ONE-TOUCH AND SPEED DIALLING ........................... 25
TO REPLACE THE PRINT HEAD ............................................... 49
TO PRINT REPORTS AND LISTS ............................................... 27
CLEANING THE PRINT HEAD AND TESTING THE
NOZZLES .................................................................................... 50
THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE
TO CLEAN THE ELECTRICAL CONTACTS OF THE
PRINT HEAD ............................................................................... 50
TO SEND A DOCUMENT ............................................................ 21
30
TO TURN ON THE TAD .............................................................. 30
THE TAD CONSOLE ................................................................... 30
TO CHANGE THE TAD ACCESS CODE ..................................... 31
TO DELETE THE TAD ACCESS CODE ...................................... 31
OUTGOING MESSAGES AND MEMOS ....................................... 31
TO SET THE LENGTH OF MEMOS AND INCOMING
MESSAGES ................................................................................. 33
TO LISTEN TO INCOMING MESSAGES AND MEMOS ............... 33
TO DELETE MESSAGES AND MEMOS YOU HAVE ALREADY
LISTENED TO ............................................................................. 33
49
TO CLEAN THE OPTICAL READER ........................................... 51
TO CLEAN THE CASING ............................................................ 51
TO REMOVE JAMMED DOCUMENTS ........................................ 52
TO REMOVE JAMMED SHEETS OF PAPER .............................. 52
MANUFACTURER AND CUSTOMER SERVICE
53
MANUFACTURER ...................................................................... 53
CUSTOMER SERVICE ................................................................ 53
WARRANTY ................................................................................ 53
TO TRANSFER MESSAGES AND MEMOS TO A REMOTE
TELEPHONE ............................................................................... 34
TECHNICAL DATA
54
TO OPERATE THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE
FROM A REMOTE LOCATION .................................................... 35
INDEX
55
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING
DEVICE ....................................................................................... 35
TO PRINT THE TAD CONFIGURATION PARAMETERS ............ 36
MORE SOPHISTICATED OPERATIONS
38
OTHER USEFUL RECEPTION SETTINGS ................................. 38
OTHER USEFUL TRANSMISSION SETTINGS .......................... 41
RECEIVING A DOCUMENT IN POLLING MODE ......................... 43
TO SET IT UP FOR THE TELEPHONE LINE
TO CONNECT IT TO A PUBLIC LINE
The fax machine is set up to be connected to a public
line. In any case, it is a good idea to check that:
• The "PUBL.LINE (PSTN)" parameter is selected.
• The dialling mode (tone or pulse) is compatible with
the public telephone exchange that manages the line to
which you have connected the fax machine. If in doubt
about the choice to be made, ask your public telephone
company.
1. Press the key
TO CONNECT IT TO A PRIVATE LINE (PBX)
•
•
•
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
•
To connect the fax machine to a private line and be able
to use it also on a public line, proceed as follows:
Select the "PRIV.LINE (PBX)" parameter.
Set the same dialling mode (tone or pulse) as the one
used by the private telephone exchange that manages
the line to which you have connected the fax machine.
If in doubt about the choice to be made, ask the company that manages your private telephone network.
Set the output mode (area code or flash) to access the
public telephone network from the private telephone
network.
Set the same dialling mode (tone or pulse) as the one
used by the public telephone exchange.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
INSTALLATION
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
PUBL.LINE (PSTN)
If the fax machine is set up for connection to the "PRIVATE LINE", press the | /} keys to select connection to
the "PUBLIC" line. Otherwise, skip to step 4.
4. Press the key:
The display shows:
PSTN DIAL: TONE
Pulse dialling mode may only be selected in some countries, by pressing the |/} keys. In this case, the display
shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
PUBL.LINE (PSTN)
4. To view the other available option, press the keys:
|/ }
The display shows:
PRIV.LINE (PBX)
5. Press the key:
The display shows:
PSTN DIAL:PULSE
PBX DIAL:TONE
5. To confirm your choice, press the key:
6. To view the other dialling mode, press the keys:
6. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
|/ }
The display shows:
PBX DIAL:PULSE
7. To confirm your choice, press the key:
The display shows:
EXT.LINE:PREFIX
8. To view the other available option, press the keys:
|/ }
The display shows:
EXT.LINE:FLASH
9. To confirm your choice, press the key:
10. Press the key:
The display shows:
PSTN DIAL:TONE
11.
|/ }
To view the other dialling mode, press the keys:
The display shows:
PSTN DIAL:PULSE
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12. To confirm the setting, press the key:
13. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
notE
Having confirmed the "EXT.LINE:FLASH" dialling mode to
connect to the public line, simply press the
key before
dialling the correspondent’s fax or telephone number. The
display will show the letter "E" (external).
YOU
WANT TO CHANGE THE DIALLING MODE TEMPORARILY
This function is only enabled in some countries.
If the fax machine is set up for pulse dialling (decadic) and
you want to change it to tone dialling (multifrequency):
key, before dialling the fax or telephone
Press the
number, to change the dialing mode temporarily.
At the end of transmission, the fax machine always restores
the dialling mode set up on it.
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TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION OPERATIONS
TO SEND A DOCUMENT
WHAT
DOCUMENTS MAY BE USED
TO
PLACE THE DOCUMENT IN THE ADF
1. Push the paper support extension in the slot until it clicks into
position.
1
Dimensions
•
•
Width
Length
210 mm
min. 105 mm - max. 600 mm
•
Unit weight
70 - 90 gr/m2 (max. 5 sheets)
For documents of different sizes from those specified above,
photocopy the original onto A4 sheets or another supported
format and send the copy.
NEVER USE
•
curled paper
•
excessively thin paper
•
torn paper
•
damp or set paper
•
excessively small paper
•
crumpled paper
•
carbon paper
2
A
B
2. A. Place the document in the
automatic document feeder
(ADF) with the side to be sent
face down.
B. Place the document against
the right-hand side of the
feeder (see the mark printed
on the fax machine's casing).
3. Once the document has been inserted in the automatic document feeder (ADF), the display shows on the top line:
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: "NORMAL".
In addition, in order to avoid damaging your fax machine and
invalidating your guarantee, make sure that the documents
you are to use do not contain:
•
staples
•
paper clips
•
adhesive tape
•
correcting liquid or glue that has not yet dried.
In all these cases, photocopy the document and send the
copy.
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TO
ADJUST THE CONTRAST AND RESOLUTION
TO
Before sending a document you can make some adjustments so as to optimize the printing quality.
TO
SEND A DOCUMENT
1. Insert the document in the automatic document feeder
(ADF).
The display shows on the top line:
ADJUST THE CONTRAST
DOCUMENT READY
1. Press the key
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: "NORMAL".
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
The initial resolution value is: "
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
" (standard).
If you want, change the contrast and resolution values
as described previously.
2. To dial the number of the correspondent to whom you
wish to send the document, press the keys:
-
The display shows:
Your correspondent’s number may be made up of max.
64 digits.
3. To start sending the document, press the key:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
4. Press the key
until the display shows:
CONTRAST: NORMAL
If the document is sent correctly, once this operation has
been completed, the display will show the message "TX
COMPLETED" for a few seconds.
5. To view the other available options: "DARK" and
"LIGHT", press the keys:
|/}
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
note
If you have entered any incorrect digits: move the cursor,
using the | / } keys, to the incorrect digit and overwrite it with
the correct one; if you want to delete the number altogether,
press the
key.
note
The contrast should be regulated on the basis of the
following criteria:
•
NORMAL, if the document is neither very light nor very
dark. "NORMAL" appears on the bottom line of the display.
•
LIGHT, if the document is dark. "LIGHT" appears on the
bottom line of the display.
•
DARK, if the document is light. "DARK" appears on the bottom line of the display.
TO
ADJUST THE RESOLUTION
1. Press the key
If you want you can dial the correspondent’s number using
the quick dialling procedures, see "To set one-touch and
speed dialling", " To send a document with one-touch
dialling" and "To send a document with speed dialling".
note
If you want to abort the transmission in progress, press
the
key. The fax machine unloads the document from
the ADF and returns to its initial stand-by mode.
If the document to be removed consists of more than one
sheet, before pressing
the others by hand.
to unload the first, remove all
until the desired resolution value appears on the display.
The resolution should be regulated on the basis of the
following criteria:
•
•
•
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STD (STANDARD), if the document contains easily legible
characters. An "arrow" appears on the bottom line of the
display in line with the " " symbol printed on the console.
TO
HEAR THE DIALLING TONE WHEN SENDING A DOCUMENT
1. Insert the document in the automatic document feeder
(ADF).
The display shows on the top line:
DOCUMENT READY
FINE, if the document contains very small characters or
drawings. An "arrow" appears on the bottom line of the display in line with the " " symbol printed on the console.
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: NORMAL.
HALF TONES, if the document contains shaded areas.
An "arrow" in line with the " " symbol and an arrow in line
with the " " symbol printed on the console appear on the
bottom line of the display.
If you want, change the contrast and resolution values
as described previously.
The initial resolution value is: "
" (standard).
2. To hear the dialling tones, press the key:
AUTOMATIC
REDIAL
The display shows:
ON LINE
and the length of the transmission in minutes and seconds in the top right-hand corner.
3. To dial the number of the correspondent to whom you
wish to send the document, press the keys:
Your correspondent’s number may be made up of max.
64 digits.
4. As soon as you hear the tone of your correspondent’s
fax machine, press the key:
Transmission is started. The message "CONNECTING"
appears on the display.
If the document is sent correctly, once this operation has
been completed, the display will show the message "TX
COMPLETED" for a few seconds.
TO
If no connection is established due to line errors or because
the correspondent’s number is busy, the fax machine automatically redials the number of times laid down by the legislation in your country.
TO
The fax machine's memory allows you to send a document
(even at a preset time: "Delayed transmission") to several
correspondents (max. 10): "Broadcast transmission". See
"To send a document from the memory".
TO
The display shows on the top line:
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: "NORMAL".
The initial resolution value is: " " (standard).
1. Insert the document in the automatic document feeder
(ADF).
The display shows on the top line:
If you want, change the contrast and resolution values
as described previously.
2. Press the key
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: "NORMAL".
until the display shows:
" (standard).
TX FROM MEMORY
If you want, change the contrast and resolution values
as described previously.
3. Press the key:
2. Lift the receiver to engage the line.
The fax machine starts to save the document. Once
saved, the display shows the message "DOC.N. XXXX"
and then:
The display shows:
ON LINE
and the length of the transmission in minutes and seconds in the top right-hand corner.
3. To dial the number of the correspondent to whom you
wish to send the document, press the keys:
-
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
4. To type the time at which you wish to send the document, for example "16:50", press the keys:
5. To confirm both the current time and the time set in step
4, press the key:
Your correspondent’s number may be made up of max.
64 digits.
If your correspondent’s fax machine is set up for automatic reception, you will hear the fax machine signal.
If it is set up for manual reception, the correspondent
himself will answer so you can ask him to press the
start key on his fax machine, after which you will hear
the fax machine signal.
4. To start sending, press the key:
The message "CONNECTING" appears on the display.
If the document is sent correctly, once this operation has
been completed, the display will show the message "TX
COMPLETED" for a few seconds.
SEND A DOCUMENT FROM THE MEMORY
1. Insert the document in the automatic document feeder
(ADF).
SEND A DOCUMENT WITH THE RECEIVER RAISED
The initial resolution value is: "
SEND A DOCUMENT TO SEVERAL CORRESPONDENTS
The display shows:
TYPE FAX NUMBER
NUM/TOUCH/SPEED
6. Dial your correspondent's number in any of the available methods: directly on the numeric keypad or using
the one-touch keys or speed dialling codes (see "To
set one-touch and speed dialling").
To do this, press the keys:
-
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7. Press the key:
TO RECEIVE A DOCUMENT
The fax machine prompts you to enter another number:
TYPE FAX NUMBER
NUM/TOUCH/SPEED
If you want to send the document to more than one
correspondent, repeat the previous two steps once for
each correspondent.
If you want to send the document to one correspondent
only, move straight on to the next step without typing
any numbers.
8. To complete the procedure, press the key:
You can set up the fax machine to receive the documents sent
by your correspondents in four separate modes:
•
•
•
Once the procedure has been completed, the display
shows:
AUTOMATIC 00
MEMORY TX
note
•
Manual reception, for all occasions in which you are
present and you can therefore answer the calls yourself.
Automatic reception, for all occasions in which you are
out but want to receive documents anyway. This is the mode
originally set on your fax machine.
Automatic reception with recognition of the type of
call. In this reception mode, after a given number of rings
(default setting: 2 rings), the fax machine connects to the telephone line and is capable of recognizing whether the incoming call is a fax call or a telephone call.
Reception with telephone answering device. In this reception mode, the TAD receives the calls, records any messages left by the correspondent and, if he wants to send you
a document, enables the fax machine to receive it.
If there is a power failure, the transmission from the memory
will be cancelled.
TO CHOOSE THE RECEPTION MODE
TO
CHANGE/REPEAT/DELETE A TRANSMISSION FROM THE
1. Press the key
MEMORY THAT IS ALREADY SET
until the display shows:
RECEPTION MODE
1. Press the key
2. Press the key:
until the display shows:
The display shows:
MEMORY TX
AUTOMATIC
2. Press the key:
3. To view the other available options, "MANUAL",
"PHONE/FAX" and "TAD/FAX", press the keys:
The display shows:
ALREADY ENTERED
|/}
4. To confirm the setting, press the key:
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
PRINT SETTING?
You can choose any of the following options:
PRINT SETTING? - To print the memory transmission
parameters only. When it has finished printing, the fax
machine returns automatically to its initial stand-by mode.
CANCEL SETTING? - To clear the setting. The fax
machine returns to its initial stand-by mode.
CHANGE PARAM.? - To change the correspondent’s
number or the time at which you want to send the document.
4. To view the other available options, press the keys:
|/}
5. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
note
In step 3, the "TAD/FAX" option is only displayed if you have
recorded outgoing message 1 (see "The Telephone Answering Device").
TO
RECEIVE DOCUMENTS IN THE VARIOUS RECEPTION
MODES
5. To confirm your choice, press the key:
If you chose "CHANGE PARAM.?", the display shows:
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
From this point on, follow the procedure described in
"To send a document from the memory" from step 4.
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MANUAL
RECEPTION
1. When the telephone rings, lift the handset to engage the
line.
The display shows:
TEL CALL
2. As soon as you hear the fax machine signal or if the
correspondent asks you to receive a document, press
the key:
ONE-TOUCH
DIALLING
You can assign each of the 10 numeric keys (0 - 9) a
fax number or a telephone number and a name
which will be dialled automatically when you press this
key for more than a second.
1. Press the key
The display shows:
CONNECTING
3. Hang up.
The fax machine starts to receive and the display shows
some information about the reception in progress, including your correspondent's fax number or, if programmed, his name.
Once the document has been received, the display
shows the message "RX COMPLETED" for a few seconds and then the initial stand-by mode.
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key
AUTOMATIC
until the display shows:
RECEPTION
ONE TOUCH DIAL
After two rings, the fax machine prepares to receive a
document. The document is received as in manual reception mode.
4. Press the key:
The display shows:
AUTOMATIC
TYPE ONE TOUCH
KEY: 0-9
RECEPTION WITH RECOGNITION OF THE
TYPE OF CALL
The action taken by the fax machine in this reception
mode depends on who is calling:
If the caller is another fax machine, after two rings
your fax machine automatically prepares to receive a document.
If the caller is a telephone, after two rings, the fax
machine emits an acoustic signal for about 20 seconds and the display shows "LIFT HANDSET". If
you do not lift the receiver within 20 seconds, the
fax machine automatically prepares to receive a
document.
If you lift the receiver before the fax machine connects
to the telephone line and you hear the dialling tone,
proceed as follows:
5. Press the numeric key to which you want to assign the
telephone number or the fax number (for example,
).
-
1:TEL NO.
_
If a fax number or a telephone number has already
been saved, the display will show it.
6. Dial your correspondent’s telephone or fax number
(max. 64 digits).
To do this, press the keys:
-
1. Press the key:
2. Hang up.
The display shows:
7. If there are any incorrect numbers, move the cursor on
the incorrect number.
To do this, press the keys:
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note
Any kind of reception may be stopped by pressing the
key. The fax machine then returns to its initial stand-by mode.
TO SET ONE-TOUCH AND SPEED DIALLING
The fax machine is also capable of carrying out quick dialling procedures, such as one-touch dialling and speed
dialling, but these functions must be duly set.
8. Then overwrite the number with the correct one.
To do this, press the keys:
9. To delete the number completely, press the key:
10. If your fax machine is connected to a private line and
you have selected the "FLASH" dialling mode, access
the public line, before dialling the number, by pressing
the key:
A letter "E" (external) appears on the display.
11.
To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
1:NAME
_
If a name has already been saved, the display will
show it.
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12. Enter the correspondent's name (max. 16 characters)
as you did for your name (see "All that is missing
now is your name and fax number", chapter "How
to get started quickly").
To do this, press the keys:
note
If you want, you can print the information saved on the 10
one-touch dialling keys and 50 speed dialling codes
(see chapter "To print reports and lists").
13. If there are any incorrect characters, move the cursor
on the incorrect character.
To do this, press the keys:
TO
CHANGE A ONE-TOUCH DIALLING KEY OR SPEED
DIALLING CODE
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1. Follow the one-touch dialling or speed dialling procedure until the display shows:
- For one-touch dialling
14. Then overwrite the character with the correct one.
To do this, press the keys:
-
1:TEL NO.
15. To delete the name completely, press the key:
- For speed dialling
O1:TEL NO.
2. To clear the entire number, press the key:
16. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
EDIT ANOTHER YES
At this point, you can abort the procedure or you can
program another one-touch dialling key.
17. To abort the procedure, press the key:
3. Enter the new telephone number or fax number (max.
64 digits).
To do this, press the keys:
4. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
18. To set another one-touch dialling key, repeat the procedure from the steps in which the correspondent’s
number and name are entered.
1:NAME
or
01:NAME
SPEED
DIALLING
5. To clear the entire name, press the key:
Using codes (01-50) you can assign other fax numbers, telephone numbers and names which will be
automatically dialled by pressing the
key and typing the code.
Follow the first two steps of the one-touch dialling
procedure, then:
1. Press the key
6. Enter the new name (max. 16 characters).
To do this, press the keys:
7. To confirm the setting, press the key:
8. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
until the display shows:
CODED SPEED DIAL
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
TYPE SPEED NO.
(01-50):
3. Dial the code with which you want to associate the fax
).
number (for exemple,
To do this, press the keys:
-
The display shows:
01:TEL NO.
_
From here on, follow the one-touch dialling procedure starting from the steps in which the number and
name of the correspondent are set.
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TO
SEND A DOCUMENT WITH ONE-TOUCH DIALLING
1. Insert the document in the automatic document feeder
(ADF). The display shows on the top line:
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: "NORMAL".
The initial resolution value is: "
" (standard).
If necessary, change the contrast and resolution values
as described in "To adjust the contrast and resolution".
2. Press the desired numeric key, for example
more than one second.
for
-
TO
4. To start sending, press the key:
The display shows the digits of the fax number that you
associated with it. If the name has also been saved, the
display shows this, too.
Once the number has been dialled, transmission continues in the ordinary way.
TO SEND A DOCUMENT BY RECALLING ONE OF THE LAST
20 INCOMING NUMBERS OR ONE OF THE LAST 10 NUMBERS
CALLED
SEND A DOCUMENT WITH SPEED DIALLING
1. Insert the document in the automatic document feeder
(ADF). The display shows on the top line:
1. Insert the document in the automatic document feeder
(ADF). The display shows on the top line:
DOCUMENT READY
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: "NORMAL".
The initial resolution value is: "
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: "NORMAL".
" (standard).
The initial resolution value is: "
If necessary, change the contrast and resolution values
as described in "To adjust the contrast and resolution".
2. Press the key:
If necessary, change the contrast and resolution values
as described in "To adjust the contrast and resolution".
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
The display shows:
ADDRESS BOOK
CODE OR Ñ Ò _
INCOMING CALLS
3. To view the other available option: "OUTGOING
CALLS", press the keys:
3. Dial the desired speed dialling code, for example
.
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To do this, press the keys:
-
TO
4. To confirm your choice, press the key:
The display shows the digits in the fax number that you
assigned to it. If the name has also been saved, the
display shows this, too.
Once the number has been dialled, transmission continues in the ordinary way.
5. To find the fax number or name of the correspondent to
whom you wish to send the document on the list of the
last 20 incoming calls or on the list of the last 10 outgoing
calls, press the keys:
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SEND A DOCUMENT WITH ONE-TOUCH OR SPEED
6. To start sending, press the key:
DIALLING FROM THE PHONE BOOK
If you do not remember the one-touch dialling key or
speed dialling code to which you assigned a given fax
number, you can start sending the document from
the phone book, as follows:
1. Insert the document in the automatic document feeder
(ADF). The display shows on the top line:
TO PRINT REPORTS AND LISTS
REPORTS
DOCUMENT READY
and on the bottom line, the default contrast value: "NORMAL".
The initial resolution value is: "
" (standard).
If necessary, change the contrast and resolution values
as described in "To adjust the contrast and resolution".
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
ADDRESS BOOK
CODE OR Ñ Ò _
3. To locate the fax number or name of the correspondent
to whom you wish to send your document, press the
keys:
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" (standard).
By printing out reports, the fax machine enables you to check
the result of all the transactions carried out (transmission and
reception), the volume of documents handled and a lot of other
useful information.
The fax machine prints the following reports:
•
Power failure report: it is always and automatically printed
after a power failure, if there are documents in the
memory.
Once normal operating conditions have been restored, the
fax machine will automatically print a report indicating the
number of pages in the memory up to that time that you have
lost. In this case, it is advisable to print the activity report to
track down the number or name of the persons who sent you
the documents that were lost.
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•
Activity report: contains information about the last 42 transactions carried out (transmission and reception operations),
which the fax machine keeps in its memory and is printed
automatically after the thirty-second transaction or on request.
•
TO
1. Press the key
Last transmission report: contains information about the
last transmission and can be printed, once programmed,
always and automatically after each transmission or on
request at the desired moment.
•
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
2. Press the key:
Failed transmission report: also contains information about
the last transmission but is printed automatically only
when the transmission has failed. The fax machine is set
by default to print this kind of report automatically, if you want
to disable it, see the relevant paragraph.
•
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
Last broadcast transmission report: contains information
about the last broadcast transmission and may be
printed, once programmed, always and automatically after
each broadcast transmission or on request at the desired moment.
VARIOUS SETTINGS
4. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAILED TX REPORT
You can choose any of the following options: "TX REPORT: ALWAYS" and "TX REPORT: OFF".
FAILED TX REPORT - the fax machine will automatically print a report only after each failed transmission.
TX REPORT:ALWAYS - the fax machine will automatically print a report after each transmission irrespective
of the result.
TX REPORT: OFF - the fax machine will not print any
report.
5. To view the other available options, press the keys:
HOW TO READ THE REPORTS
• Act. N.
• Type
• Doc.N
• Dialled Number
• Name
• Received Id
• Date/Time
• Duration
• Pages
• Result
Progressive number of the transactions
(transmission/reception) carried out.
Type of transaction:
TX or TX ECM for transmission.
RX, RX ECM or RX POLLING for reception.
Reference number of document stored,
assigned directly by the fax machine.
Fax number of the correspondent you
called.
Name of the correspondent you called.
Only displayed if you have saved it on
the one-touch dialling keys or in the speed
dialling codes. This field is not printed on
the activity report.
Number (and, sometimes, name) of the
correspondent called. This number corresponds to the number you dialled, only
if the correspondent set his own fax
number correctly. Otherwise, it may be different or not be present at all.
Date and time at which the transaction was
carried out.
Length of transaction (in minutes and seconds).
Total number of pages sent/received.
Result of the transaction:
- OK: if the transaction was completed successfully.
- ERROR CODE XX: if the transaction
was not completed due to the cause indicated by the error code (see "Error
codes", chapter "Troubleshooting
guide").
ENABLE/DISABLE THE AUTOMATIC PRINTING OF THE
TRANSMISSION AND FAILED TRANSMISSION REPORT
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6. To confirm the setting, press the key:
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
TO
ENABLE/DISABLE THE AUTOMATIC PRINTING OF THE
BROADCAST TRANSMISSION REPORT
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
4. Press the key
until the display shows:
BROADC. REP.:ON
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5. To view the other available option, "BROADC. REP.:
OFF", press the keys:
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
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TEL. LINE SET-UP
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
PRINT INSTALL.
4. Press the key:
The display shows:
PRINT: INSTALL
TO
PRINT THE TRANSMISSION, ACTIVITY, BROADCAST
5. To view the other available options, "PRINT:BLACK
LIST" and "MENU EXIT", press the keys:
TRANSMISSION AND CALLER ID REPORTS ON REQUEST
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6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
PRINT OUT REPORT
note
2. Press the key:
If you chose "PRINT: INSTALL" or "PRINT:BLACK LIST",
when the fax machine has finished printing, it returns automatically to its initial stand-by mode. If you have chosen
The display shows:
LAST TX REPORT
You can choose any of the following options: "LAST
BROAD. REP.", "ACTIVITY REPORT", "PRINT: ID
LIST", "PRINT OUT: EXIT".
3. To view the other available options, press the keys:
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"MENU EXIT", press the
to its initial stand-by mode.
TO
key to return the fax machine
PRINT THE SETUP PARAMETERS AND THE ONE-TOUCH
DIALLING AND SPEED DIALLING SETTINGS
4. To confirm your choice, press the key:
1. Press the key
Having printed the report, the fax machine automatically returns to its initial stand-by mode.
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
note
If you chose "PRINT OUT:EXIT", press the
return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode.
2. Press the key:
key to
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key
LISTS
until the display shows:
PRINT OUT SET-UP
4. Press the key:
At any time, you can print complete lists of the installation and setup parameters and print the data saved in
the one-touch dialling keys and speed dialling codes.
By printing out the lists of installation and setup parameters,
you will obtain an up to date report of the default values and
those that you have set to adapt it to your operating requirements.
The display shows:
PRINT SETTINGS
5. To view the other available options, "PRINT: ONE
TOUCH", "PRINT:SPEED DIAL" and "PRINT OUT:
EXIT", press the keys:
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TO
PRINT THE LIST OF INSTALLATION PARAMETERS AND
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
THE BLACK LIST NUMBERS
Having printed the report, the fax machine automatically returns to its initial stand-by mode.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
note
If you have chosen "PRINT OUT: EXIT", press the
key to return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode.
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THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING DEVICE
If you have purchased one of the models of fax equipped with
a built-in telephone answering device you can perform the
same functions as those performed by external telephone
answering devices.
You can therefore:
•
record outgoing messages which will be played automatically when you're out, to request callers to leave a message or call back later;
•
record memos;
•
listen to the outgoing messages;
•
change the outgoing messages;
•
record the messages left by callers when you're out, to
ensure that your calls do not get lost;
•
listen to the messages and memos recorded;
•
delete the messages and memos recorded;
•
transfer messages to a remote telephone;
•
control the TAD from a remote location.
THE TAD CONSOLE
Keys only present on model with a telephone answering device:
To start playing new messages and memos. If there are
any messages or memos that you have not heard, start
with the memos from the first one you have not heard.
Momentarily to stop playing messages and memos.
When pressed again, resumes the play function.
To start recording "MEMOS" (personal memos).
To move, while playing messages and memos, to the
start of the next message or memo.
The TAD's recording capacity depends on the size of the
memory available (15 minutes). The length of the messages is programmable and may be 30 or 60 seconds,
see "To set the length of memos and incoming messages ".
To return to a previous message or memo having
played all messages and memos.
(DELETE)
To delete messages and memos that have already been
played.
TO TURN ON THE TAD
INDICATOR LED (MESSAGES)
On, to indicate that there are messages or memos
that have already been played in the memory.
Blinking, to indicate that there are new messages or
memos in the memory.
Off, to indicate that there are no messages or memos
in the memory.
The answering machine may only be activated after recording outgoing message 1. See "Outgoing messages
and memos", and, in particular, "To record outgoing message 1".
In addition, the fax must be set to "TAD/FAX" reception
mode. See the "To choose the reception mode" procedure of the "Reception" section in the first part of the manual.
Keys required to use the telephone answering
device:
In "TAD/FAX" reception mode, the fax machine automatically
prepares to receive when it is called by another fax machine,
to prevent documents sent to you from getting lost.
note
In addition, to prevent subscribers from operating the TAD
from a remote location without your authorization (except
to leave messages), access has been protected by a fourdigit numeric code (set by default to "1234") which you can
change or delete at any time, see "To change the TAD access code" or "To delete the TAD access code" later in
this chapter.
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To provide access to the TAD configuration menu.
To select submenus.
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To select the available options of a parameter.
To start recording or playing.
To confirm the selection of the menus for setting up the
TAD, submenus, parameters and settings, and to switch
to the next condition.
To stop recording or playing.
To abort the current programming function.
To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode.
6. To confirm the deleting, press the key:
TO CHANGE THE TAD ACCESS CODE
The display shows:
TOLL SAVER
1. Press the key
7. To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
ICM ON SPEAKER
The TAD access code may also be used to:
•
prevent unauthorized subscribers from playing the messages
sent to you, in locale mode.
•
prevent unauthorized subscribers from modifying the TAD configuration parameters that you have set.
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
ACCESS CODE
4. Press the key:
The display shows the default code:
TYPE CODE
(0 - 9): 1234
Follow the procedure described in "To change the TAD access code" until the display shows "PLAY UNLOCK" and
then proceed as follows:
1. To stop unauthorized users from playing the messages
received on the telephone answering device, press the
keys:
5. Enter the new code, for example "0001", pressing the
keys:
-
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The display shows:
TYPE CODE
(0 - 9): 0001
The display shows:
PLAY LOCK
2. To confirm your choice, press the key:
6. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
SET-UP UNLOCK
The display shows:
PLAY UNLOCK
3. To stop unauthorized users programming the telephone
answering device without your permission, press the
keys:
7. To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
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The display shows:
SET-UP LOCK
4. To confirm your choice, press the key:
TO DELETE THE TAD ACCESS CODE
5. To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
OUTGOING MESSAGES AND MEMOS
The display shows:
ICM ON SPEAKER
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
ACCESS CODE
You can record several different types of outgoing messages:
•
OGM 1, which has a maximum length of 20 seconds, prompting the caller to leave a message on the TAD, for example:
"You have called the telephone number ... I’m out at the
moment. You can leave a message after the beep or press
the Start button on your fax machine if you want to send a
fax. Thanks".
•
OGM 2, which has a maximum length of 10 seconds, may
be recorded:
• if you are out and have selected the "TAD/FAX" reception
mode, to inform the caller that the answering device cannot
receive messages because its memory is full, for example:
"I’m sorry but I can only receive faxes at the moment. If
you need to speak to me, please call back later";
• if you are in but have selected "PHONE/FAX" mode, to tell
the caller not to hang up, for example:
"Please wait".
4. Press the key:
The display shows the default code:
TYPE CODE
(0 - 9): 1234
5. Press the key:
The display shows:
TYPE CODE
(0 - 9):
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•
•
CALL TRANSFER MESSAGE, which has a maximum length
of 10 seconds, to inform you on a remote telephone that
there are new messages for you on the telephone answering device.
To actually transfer the new messages, you must:
• have set up the telephone answering device correctly (see
"To transfer messages and memos to a remote telephone" later in this chapter).
• activate the functions that enable you to operate the telephone answering device from a remote location (see "To
operate the telephone answering device from a remote location").
TO LISTEN TO OUTGOING MESSAGE 1
MEMOS (Voice), which have a length that may be programmed to 30 or 60 seconds, for personal memos. This
message is never played when an incoming call is received.
until the display shows:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
ICM ON SPEAKER
3. Press the key
PLAY OGM #1
4. To listen to message 1 recorded previously, press the
key:
TO RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE 1
The display shows:
PLAYING
1. Press the key
When it gets to the end of the message, the fax machine
automatically prepares to record a new OUTGOING
MESSAGE 1. In this case, if you like, you can change
or replace the message recorded previously by repeating the recording procedure.
5. To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
ICM ON SPEAKER
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
RECORD OGM1!
TO RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE 2
4. Press the key:
The display shows:
Record outgoing message 2 as you recorded outgoing message 1, modifying the step 3 as follows:
LIFT HANDSET
5. Lift the handset.
Press the
RECORD OGM #2
The display shows:
<|> TO RECORD
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6. To start recording the message, press the key:
Bear in mind however that you only have 10 seconds.
The display shows:
RECORDING 19
•
•
You have 20 seconds (counted on the display from 19
to 00) to record your message:
if the message lasts less than 20 seconds, when you
reach the end of the message hang up or press the
key or the
key. If you press the
key, the fax machine will not automatically play back the
message that you have recorded.
if the time available runs out, the fax machine emits a
brief beep and automatically plays back the message
you have recorded.
Then hang up.
In both cases, to return the fax machine to the initial
stand-by mode, press the
key.
If the volume of the message is too low or too high you can
key. The display
shows the volume level set in the top right-hand corner.
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TO LISTEN TO OUTGOING MESSAGE 2
Play back outgoing message 2 as you played back OUTGOING MESSAGE 1 modifying the step 3 as follows:
Press the
key until the display shows:
PLAY OGM #2
TO
RECORD THE TRANSFER MESSAGE
Record the transfer message as you recorded outgoing messages 1 and 2 modifying the step 3 as follows:
Press the
notE
regulate it, during playback, using the
key until the display shows:
key until the display shows:
REC.FORW.ANNOUNC
TO LISTEN TO INCOMING MESSAGES AND
TO RECORD MEMOS
As mentioned previously, the telephone answering device may be used to record one or more memos, which
are handled in the same way as incoming messages.
1. Press the key:
The display shows:
LIFT HANDSET
2. Lift the handset.
The display shows:
REC.MEMO MSG?
3. To start recording, press the key:
The display shows:
RECORDING 30
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You have 30 or 60 seconds at your disposal (see "To set
the length of memos and incoming messages") to record
your memo in the same way as OUTGOING MESSAGES 1
and 2.
TO SET THE LENGTH OF MEMOS AND
INCOMING MESSAGES
1. Press the key
MEMOS
If there is one or more incoming messages or memos in
the memory of the telephone answering device that have
not yet been played back, the
(MESSAGES) LED
indicator blinks and the display shows the total number
of messages recorded (including the memos), for example, 03:
TAD/FAX
03
01-03-04 10:32
At this point, you can listen to all the messages (through
the speaker or the handset), including the memos which are recorded in the memory and numbered progressively up to a maximum of 49 - starting from the first
that you have not yet played. Whenever a message is
played, the display shows the day and time at which the
message was received.
You can listen to the messages through the speaker
of the fax machine, which plays them in sequence, separating them by a brief audible signal.
To do this, press the key:
You can also listen to the messages without anyone
else hearing.
To do this:
1. Press the key:
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
2. Lift the handset.
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
ICM ON SPEAKER
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
ICM REC.TIME
4. Press the key:
The display shows:
REC.TIME:30 SECS
5. To view the other available value: "REC.TIME:60
SECS", press the keys:
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6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
7. To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
Having played back the last message, the fax machine emits
two short beeps and returns automatically to the initial standby mode. The
(MESSAGES) indicator LED stops blinking and will remain on steady.
TO DELETE MESSAGES AND MEMOS YOU HAVE
ALREADY LISTENED TO
You cannot delete a message or a memo until you have
started listening to it.
Incoming messages or memos that have not been played back
cannot be deleted. The memory cannot therefore be completely cleared until all the messages and memos present in it
have been played back.
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TO DELETE THE MESSAGE OR MEMO YOU ARE LISTENING TO
1. To start listening to the messages or memos, press the
key:
TO TRANSFER MESSAGES AND MEMOS TO A
REMOTE TELEPHONE
If you wish, you can program the TAD to call you
on a remote telephone at a given time to let you know
that there are new messages on the telephone answering device.
In addition to the time and number at which you wish to
be called, you can program the way in which the
transfer is to be made (once only or once a day).
The display shows:
PLAY MSG 01 03
30-03-04 10:47
2. To delete the message you are listening, press the key:
1. Press the key
The TAD moves to the next message and the display
until the display shows:
shows:
TAD SET-UP
PLAY MSG 01 02
30-03-04 10 :47
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
3. To delete the next message, press the key:
ICM ON SPEAKER
3. Press the key
Proceed in the same way for all the messages you want
to delete.
until the display shows:
FORWARD MESSAGES
note
4. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
If you do not want to delete any messages, press the
key.
TO DELETE
FORWARDING OFF
5. To view the other two options available: "FORWARD.
ONE TIME" or "FORWARD. DAILY", press the keys:
ALL MESSAGES ALREADY PLAYED
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6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
Let's suppose there are 6 messages on the TAD of
which 3 have already been played back:
1. Press the key:
The display shows:
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
The display shows:
7. Type the time at which you want the messages to be
transferred, for example: "11:45". To do this, press the
keys:
DELETE OLD MSG?
CANCEL/<s>
2. To delete the messages you have already heard, press
the key:
8. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
The display shows the initial stand-by status and the
TYPE TEL. NUMBER
_
number of messages remaining after deletion. In this
case, 3.
9. Type the telephone number where you want to be called,
for example: "02 614456". To do this, press the keys:
notE
If you do not want to delete any messages, press the
key.
10. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
REC.FORW.ANNOUNC
At this point, you may proceed to record the transfer
message (see "To record the transfer message") or
key.
abort the procedure by pressing the
note
The message transfer setting is cancelled by a power failure.
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If you have already recorded a transfer message, the display
will show the message "PLAYING" and the TAD will play it
back to you. To change it for another one, see "To record
the transfer message".
Now that you have programmed the TAD to transfer new
messages to a remote location, you can listen to them by operating the TAD in the way as in the "To operate the telephone answering device from a remote location" section below.
Typing 0 after an operating sequence from 1 to 5 aborts the
function in progress.
Typing 0 after a programming sequence from #1 to #6 aborts
the programming function in progress and returns to the operating functions. In this case, to resume the programming
phase, press # again.
To perform both the remote playback and programming
functions, you must:
•
Dial the fax number from the remote telephone. The TAD will
answer by playing OUTGOING MESSAGE 1.
•
Choose the function that you want to perform and type its
code with reference to the table above.
TO OPERATE THE TELEPHONE ANSWERING
The TAD confirms the operation by emitting a beep.
DEVICE FROM A REMOTE LOCATION
If you have set the TAD access code, at the end of OUTGOING MESSAGE 1, type in the code:
You can operate the TAD not only directly using specific keys
on the operator console of the fax machine, but also from any
other location providing the telephone used operates in tone
mode, for example: a mobile phone.
To operate the TAD from a distance, you must set the fax
machine in the "TAD/FAX" reception mode and you must also,
type in the access code (default value: "1234"), after listening to OUTGOING MESSAGE 1.
The remote functions available are activated by another numeric code consisting of one or two digits (see the table below).
If the code has two digits, it is advisable to wait for the
confirmation signal between one digit and the other.
•
if the code is correct, you will hear a short beep after which
you may enter the code for the remote function.
Terminate communication using the method applicable to
the telephone you are using.
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE TELEPHONE
ANSWERING DEVICE
You can set up the TAD for the following special functions:
CODE
1
2
3
4
5+5
CODE
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
OPERATING FUNCTION
•
TOLL SAVER
Plays new messages.
Plays all messages.
Repeats current message or returns to previous message.
Stops playing current message and skips to next
message.
Deletes all played messages.
•
OUTGOING MESSAGE ONLY
•
SILENT RECEPTION OF INCOMING MESSAGES
TOLL
PROGRAMMING FUNCTION
Disables the "TAD/FAX" reception mode and
enables the "AUTOMATIC" reception mode.
Sets up the fax machine for "TAD/FAX" reception
mode.
Enables the OUTGOING MESSAGE 1 to be recorded.
Terminates and confirms the recording of OUTGOING MESSAGE 1.
Disables the transfer of messages and memos to a
remote telephone.
Enables only the OUTGOING MESSAGE to be
played.
•
•
SAVER
Using this function, when you access the TAD from a
remote location to listen to any messages, the fax machine will answer as follows:
if there are no new messages, it will answer the call
two rings after the number preset;
if there are some new messages, it will answer the
call after the preset number of rings (see "To
change the number of rings", chapter "More sophisticated operations").
Therefore, if you hear one ring more than the preset
number, you will know that there are no new messages and you can hang up before the fax machine
answers the call.
This function may only be enabled by the customer
engineering service and is not available in all countries.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
ICM ON SPEAKER
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3. Press the key
until the display shows:
7. To change the outgoing message recorded previously
or to record a new one.
TOLL SAVER
The display shows:
<|> TO RECORD
4. To confirm the setting, press the key:
8. To start recording, press the key:
The display shows:
ON
The display shows:
RECORDING 20
5. To view the other available option: "OFF", press the
keys:
|/}
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
7. To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
SILENT
RECEPTION OF INCOMING MESSAGES
Using this function you can receive messages confidentially. In other words, the TAD receives messages
without playing them over the speaker so that any other
persons present cannot hear your messages.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
OUTGOING MESSAGE ONLY
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
Using this function, whenever an incoming call is received, the TAD plays the OGM 1 but does not record
any incoming messages.
You can use this function when you expect to be away
for a long time and it would not be possible to record all
messages received in your absence.
In this case, in place of the ordinary outgoing message,
it is advisable to record a different one, for example:
"From 22nd June to 19th September only faxes will be
accepted. No incoming messages will be recorded".
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
ICM ON SPEAKER
3. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
ICM SPEAKER:OFF
4. To view the other available option: "ICM SPEAKER:ON",
press the keys:
|/}
5. To confirm your choice, press the key:
6. To return the fax machine to the initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
The display shows:
ICM ON SPEAKER
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
ANNOUNCE ONLY
TO PRINT THE TAD CONFIGURATION
PARAMETERS
4. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
ANNOUNC.ONLY:OFF
5. To view the other available option: "ANNOUNC.
ONLY:ON", press the keys:
|/}
until the display shows:
TAD SET-UP
2. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
The display shows:
LIFT HANDSET
If you have already recorded OGM 1, the display will
show the message "PLAYING" and the TAD will play it
back.
If you have not recorded it, the display will show the
message "NOT RECORDED".
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1. Press the key
ICM ON SPEAKER
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
PRINT TAD SET-UP
4. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
PRINT OUT: <|>
5. If the display shows: "PRINT OUT:EXIT", to display the
option: "PRINT OUT: <|>", press the keys:
|/}
6. To start printing, press the key:
Once this operation has been completed, the fax machine automatically returns to its initial stand-by status.
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MORE SOPHISTICATED OPERATIONS
5. To choose one of the other available settings,
"SURPLUS:OFF" or "SURPLUS:ON", press the keys:
OTHER USEFUL RECEPTION SETTINGS
|/ }
TO
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
REDUCE THE PRINTING AREA OF A DOCUMENT RECEIVED
1. Press the key
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
2. Press the key:
NOTE
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
PRINTER PARAMET.
4. Press the key
If you choose the "SURPLUS:AUTO" setting, the fax machine
will print the surplus text on another sheet providing the surplus exceeds 12 mm.
If you choose the "SURPLUS:ON" setting, the fax machine
will always print the surplus text on another sheet.
If you choose the "SURPLUS:OFF" setting, the fax machine
will not print the surplus text.
until the display shows:
REDUCTION:94%
5. To choose one of the available reduction ratios, "80%",
"76%", "70%" and "OFF", press the keys:
| /}
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
TO
RECEIVE A DOCUMENT THAT IS LONGER THAN THE
PAPER SIZE USED
If you receive a document that is longer than the paper
size used, you can have the surplus text printed by
your fax machine on another sheet.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
TO
ENABLE/DISABLE SILENT RECEPTION
In the "AUTOMATIC", "PHONE/FAX" and "TAD/FAX"
reception modes, you can set up the fax machine to
receive documents without any rings being emitted when an incoming call is received.
When this function is enabled, the behaviour of the fax
machine depends on the reception mode selected and
the caller:
• in "AUTOMATIC" and "TAD/FAX" modes, the fax machine will never ring when an incoming call is received;
• in "PHONE/FAX" mode, when an incoming call is received, the fax machine will only not ring if the caller
is another fax machine. If the call is a telephone
call, the fax machine will emit an acoustic signal, in
place of the ring, to prompt you to lift the handset.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key:
FAX SET-UP
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
3. Press the key:
DATE AND TIME
The display shows:
ENHANCED FEATUR.
3. Press the key
until the display shows:
4. Press the key
PRINTER PARAMET.
until the display shows:
SILENT RX: NEVER
4. Press the key
until the display shows:
SURPLUS:AUTO
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5. To select one of the other available options, "SILENT
RX:ALWAYS" and "SILENT RX: DAILY", press the keys:
|/ }
3. Press the key:
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
The display shows:
ENHANCED FEATUR.
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
4. Press the key
until the display shows:
CALLER ID: ON
note
If you have confirmed the option "SILENT RX: DAILY", the
fax machine will prompt you to enter the time at which it is to
start and end silent reception. Once you have set the time,
press the
5. To view the other available option, "CALLER ID: OFF",
press the keys:
|/ }
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
key to confirm.
note
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
The daily silent reception setting ("SILENT RX: DAILY") is
cancelled by a power failure.
TO
NOTE
DISPLAY THE CALLER ID
•
•
•
This function, which may be activated by the telephone
company on request by the user, is only available in
some countries and conforms to the ETSI ETS 300
778-1 standard.
This function tells you immediately who is calling.
In this way, you will be able to decide whether to answer the call or not.
When this function is enabled, if the fax machine is in
stand-by mode, whenever a call is received, it always shows one of the following items of information:
number or name of the correspondent who called
you;
PRIVATE: if the correspondent has chosen not to reveal his identity to you;
NOT AVAILABLE: if the correspondent is connected to
a telephone exchange that does not support this service.
If you are programming your fax machine and, when
an incoming call is received, want to know who is
calling you, you must press the
With this function enabled, if a power failure occurs and the
date and time are lost, they will be restored when the next call
is received.
TO
CHANGE THE NUMBER OF RINGS
This function is only enabled in some countries.
If set in "AUTOMATIC", "PHONE/FAX" or "TAD/FAX"
reception mode, the fax machine automatically answers
calls after a certain number of rings.
If you want, you can change the number of rings, as
follows:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key
until the display shows:
RING COUNT:02
key before
answering the call.
It may however happen, if you are connected to a particular kind of telephone network, that the number of the
caller is not displayed on the fax machine. If this happens, call your local customer engineering service centre.
The fax machine is already set up to display the
caller ID. You may however set it up not to display it, as
follows:
3. To view the other available values, "01", "03", "04",
"05", "06", "07" and "08", press the keys:
|/ }
4. To confirm your choice, press the key:
5. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SETU-UP
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TO
4. Press the key
CHANGE THE RING VOLUME
until the display shows:
DISTINC.RING:OFF
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
5. Press the keys
|/ }
until the display shows:
CHANGE PATTERN
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
DATE AND TIME
The display shows:
AUTODETECT. RING
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
7. Call the fax machine with the desired frequency so that
the fax machine detects it.
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
4. Press the key
RING DETECTED
until the display shows:
8. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
RING VOLUME:HIGH
5. To view the other available options, "RING VOLUME:
LOW", "RING VOLUME: MED" and "RING VOLUME:
OFF", press the keys:
notE
| /}
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
If the fax machine cannot detect that particular frequency, the
display will show the message "RING NOT DETECT.". At this
key and repeat the procedure.
point, press the
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
TO
TO
This function is only enabled in some countries.
ENABLE/DISABLE RECOGNITION OF THE RING
FREQUENCY
In some countries, local telephone companies offer the
possibility of assigning the same telephone line two
or more numbers, corresponding to different users.
When an incoming call is received, a different ring
frequency will indicate which user is to answer the
call.
This function is extremely useful at home or in small
offices, where the same telephone line is shared by
more than one person.
Your fax machine is capable of "learning" one of
these frequencies (see the procedure that follows).
In this way, when a call with the specific ring frequency
is received, the fax machine (in "PHONE/FAX" and
"TAD/FAX" reception modes) prepares exclusively to
receive a document.
This function is particularly useful when associated
with silent reception in that the fax machine will only
ring if the call is coming from a telephone.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
ENHANCED FEATUR.
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CHANGE THE LENGTH OF THE ACOUSTIC SIGNAL
When the fax machine is set up for automatic reception with recognition of the type of call, it behaves
as follows:
• if it is being called by a fax machine, it will automatically
prepare to receive a document after the preset number
of rings
• if it is being called by a telephone, it will emit an acoustic
signal for a time of 20 seconds, after which, if you still
have not lifted the handset, it will automatically prepare
to receive a document.
If you want, you can change the length of the acoustic
signal as follows:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX/TEL TIMER:20
3. To view the other available values, "15", "30" or "40",
press the keys:
|/ }
4. To confirm your choice, press the key:
5. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
TO
CHANGE THE REMOTE CONTROL CODE
If the fax machine is connected to an extension that
operates in tone dialling mode and is set up for manual
reception, whenever there is a call from a correspondent wishing to send you a document, you can set
it to receive the document by typing the code * * on the
extension. This operation has the same effect as pressing the
OTHER USEFUL TRANSMISSION SETTINGS
TO
CHANGE THE POSITION OF YOUR NAME AND FAX
NUMBER
The information in the heading of the document to be
sent (name, fax number, date and time and number of
pages) may be received by your correspondent's fax
machine outside the text area immediately below the top
edge of the sheet or inside the text area, slightly lower
down than in the previous case.
key on the fax machine.
You can replace the second "asterisk" of this code using digits from 0 to 9.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
Your fax machine is designed to send this information
inside the text area.
To change the position
1. Press the key
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
until the display shows:
TEL. LINE SET-UP
FAX SET-UP
3. Press the key
2. Press the key:
The display shows the line to which the fax machine
was set to be connected, for example:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
PUBL.LINE (PSTN)
3. Press the key:
4. Press the key
The display shows:
until the display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
REMOTE START:ON
4. Press the key
5. Press the key:
until the display shows:
The display shows the code you set previously, for
example:
TYPE CODE
CODE(0/9,*) *8
HEADER INSIDE
5. To select the alternative parameter, press the keys:
|/ }
The display shows:
HEADER OUTSIDE
6. To type the new code, press the keys:
6. To confirm the setting, press the key:
7. To confirm the new code, press the key:
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
8. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
TO
NOTE
ENABLE/DISABLE REPETITION OF A FAILED
TRANSMISSION FROM THE MEMORY
If you want to disable this function, after the fourth step, press
the |/} keys to display: "REMOTE START:OFF", then press
the
key to confirm and the
machine to its initial stand-by mode.
key to return the fax
nOTE
If you are connected to a private line, follow the same procedure until the display shows "PUBL.LINE (PSTN)", press the
|/} keys to display: "PRIV.LINE (PBX)" and then continue as
described in the procedure.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
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4. Press the key
TO
REGULATE THE BUZZER VOLUME
until the display shows:
RETRANS.DOC.:OFF
The buzzer indicates particular operating conditions and
faults or errors.
The volume of the buzzer may be set to three levels,
"High", "Medium" and "Low", or may be turned off altogether.
1. Press the key
5. To view the other available option, "RETRANS.DOC.:
ON", press the keys:
| /}
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
TO
3. Press the key:
HEAR THE LINE SIGNALS
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
The fax machine is set up so that you can hear the
dialling tones during the dialling phases as well as
the connection signals exchanged between your fax
machine and your correspondent's fax machine. If you
cannot hear them, program the function as follows:
4. Press the key
until the display shows:
BUZZER VOL.:LOW
1. Press the key
5. To view the other available options, "BUZZER VOL.:
HIGH", "BUZZER VOL.: MED" and "BUZZER VOL.:
OFF", press the keys:
until the display shows:
INSTALLATION
2. Press the key
| /}
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
until the display shows:
LINE MONITOR:OFF
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
3. To view the other available option, "LINE MONITOR:
ON", press the keys:
|/ }
4. To confirm your choice, press the key:
TO
5. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
TO REGULATE THE SPEAKER VOLUME
REDUCE THE TRANSMISSION SPEED
The fax machine transmits regularly at a speed of
14400 bps (bits per second). A transmission speed of
9600 or 4800 bps is recommended on disturbed telephone lines.
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
If the volume of the dialling tones and connection signals is too low or too high, regulate it using the
key.
1. Press the key:
The display shows:
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
ON LINE
2. To raise or lower the volume of the speaker, press the
key:
The display shows the volume level set in the top righthand corner.
3. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
4. Press the key
until the display shows:
TX SPEED 14.4
5. To view the other available values, "TX SPEED 9.6"
and "TX SPEED 4.8", press the keys:
|/ }
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6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
RECEIVING A DOCUMENT IN POLLING MODE
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
TO
ENABLE/DISABLE ECM
The ECM (Error Correction Mode) is a system for
correcting the errors caused by interference on the line.
This function only has effect if it has been enabled both
on your fax machine and on your correspondent's fax
machine and is indicated by a letter "E" appearing on
the display.
The fax machine is set up to send documents in this
mode. However, you can set it up to send documents in
normal mode, as follows:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
FAX SET-UP
FIRST
OF ALL, WHAT POLLING IS
It is a transmission request that a fax machine makes to another fax machine so that the latter sends the document requested automatically.
There are two main characteristics of communication using
the polling method:
•
the user who is to receive the document requests transmission. In other words, a user may connect to another fax
machine and request it to send a document (specially prepared) to him, even when the user at the other end of the line
is out.
•
the transaction is paid for by the person who requested
transmission (that is, the user who receives the document)
and not the person whose fax machine sends the document.
TO
2. Press the key:
MAKE A TRANSMISSION REQUEST (POLLING RECEPTION)
Arrange with your correspondent the time at which you
intend to make the transmission request so that he has
time to put the document to be sent in his fax machine.
Then set up your fax machine to receive the document,
by programming the dialling mode to be used to call
your correspondent and the time at which you wish to
receive the document.
1. Press the key
The display shows:
DATE AND TIME
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
VARIOUS SETTINGS
4. Press the key:
until the display shows:
The display shows:
POLLING RX
ECM: ON
2. Press the key:
5. To view the other available option: "ECM: OFF", press
the keys:
The display shows:
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
| /}
6. To confirm your choice, press the key:
7. To return the fax machine to its initial stand-by mode,
press the key:
At this point, you can confirm the current time or overwrite
the time with the correct one, for example "18:20".
3. To overwrite the new time, press the keys:
4. To confirm both the current time and the new time, press
the key:
The display shows:
TYPE NUMBER
NUM/TOUCH/SPEED
5. Dial the correspondent's number using any of the available methods: directly on the numeric keypad or using
the one-touch dialling keys or speed dialling codes.
To do this, press the keys:
6. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The fax machine shows the message "POLL SET" for a
few seconds and then returns automatically to its initial
stand-by mode. The second line of the display shows:
"POLL RX 18:20".
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note
You can cancel the polling reception setting by pressing the
button.
TO
CHANGE/DELETE A POLLING RECEPTION THAT HAS
BEEN SET
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
POLLING RX
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
ALREADY ENTERED
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
CHANGE PARAM.?
You can choose any of the following options:
CANCEL SETTING? - To cancel the setting. The fax
machine returns to its initial stand-by mode.
CHANGE PARAM.? - To change the time at which the
transmission request is to be made or the number of the
correspondent from whom you want to receive the document.
4. To view the other available option, "CANCEL SETTING?", press the keys:
| /}
5. To confirm your choice, press the key:
If you chose "CHANGE PARAM.?", the display shows:
TYPE TIME
HH:MM
From this point on, follow the procedure described in
"To make a transmission request" from step 3.
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WHAT HAPPENS IF THERE IS A POWER FAILURE
If there is a power failure, the fax machine keeps the
following data in the memory: the numbers set for
one-touch and speed dialling and the reports, while
the documents present in the memory will be lost.
The date and time will also be lost so they will have to be
reset by carrying out the procedure described in the "To
set the date and time" section of the "How to get
started quickly" chapter.
WHAT HAPPENS IF THE PAPER OR INK HAS
• if it is printing a report, the fax machine displays
some messages to prompt you to abort the printing process and return to its initial stand-by mode;
• if it is receiving a document:
- it stops printing and starts to save the document.
The display shows the message "RX IN MEMORY".
Having saved the document, the display shows the message "DOC. IN MEMORY".
At this point, the fax machine will prompt you to remove
the document from the document feeder. The fax machine will then print the saved document.
FOR MINOR PROBLEMS
RUN OUT
If, during reception, the paper runs out or gets jammed,
the ink runs out or the operator console is raised,
the machine stops printing and the display shows the relevant message and the document you are receiving is
temporarily recorded in the memory. Once the problem has been solved, the fax machine resumes printing.
IF THE TRANSMISSION IS UNSUCCESSFUL
Sometimes, due to line problems such as excessively
heavy telephone traffic or any other kind of interference,
the document sent is received badly by the correspondent, who will ask you to send it to him again.
In these cases, it is advisable to send the document again at
a slower speed. The fax machine transmits regularly at a
speed of 14400 bps (bits per second). To reduce the speed,
follow the procedure described in "To reduce the transmission speed", chapter "More sophisticated operations".
If transmission is not completed due to errors on the
line or fax machine, the error LED " " lights up and a
short beep is emitted; in this case, the fax machine automatically prints the transmission report (see "To print
reports and lists", chapter "Transmission and reception operations"), on which an error code indicates the
cause of the error (you will find a list of all the error codes
later).
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A DOCUMENT IS
PLACED IN THE AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER
WHILE THE FAX MACHINE IS PRINTING
If you place a document in the automatic document feeder
while the fax machine is making a copy, printing a report
or printing a document being received, the fax machine
behaves as follows:
• if it is making a copy, the fax machine displays some
messages to prompt you to abort the copying process
and return to its initial stand-by mode;
The list below may be used as a guide to the solution of minor
problems.
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
The fax machine gives no
sign of life.
Check that it is connected
to the power outlet and the
telephone socket.
The document is not fed in
correctly.
Check that the document
respects the
recommendations listed in
"What documents may be
used", chapter
"Transmission and
reception operations".
The fax machine will not
send a document.
Check that the document is
not jammed.
The line is busy: wait until it
is free and then try sending
the document again.
The fax machine will not
receive a document
automatically.
It is set for manual
reception: set it up for
automatic reception.
The fax machine will not
Check that no documents or
copy or receive documents. sheets of paper are
jammed.
You are using an unsuitable
kind of paper: check the
characteristics of the paper
listed in the "Technical
data".
The fax machine prints blank Place the document in the
sheets.
correct position with the
side to be copied face
down.
NOTe
Incorrect transmission or reception by the fax machine may
also depend on factors other than those listed above, which
will be signalled in the form of error codes on the "Transmission report" and "Activity report", see "To print reports
and lists", chapter "Transmission and reception operations".
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ERROR CODES
The error codes printed both on the transmission report and
the activity report consist of two digits indicating the cause
of the error. To save space, the two-digit code without any
message is printed on the activity report.
CODE
MESSAGE
OK
No message. Operation performed
successfully.
02
IMPOSSIBLE CONNECTION
The fax machine does not detect any
Check that the fax machine is correctly
dialling tone or receives an irregular signal. connected to the telephone line and that the
handset is not off the hook. Then try
connecting again.
03
RECEIVER DOES NOT ANSWER
The correspondent is not answering or is a
fax machine.
Check that the correspondent’s number is
correct.
04
ERR. WHILE TRANSMITTING
RESEND FROM PAGE: nn
An error occurred during transmission. "nn"
= number of page on which the error was
found.
Resume transmission from the page indicated
in the report.
05
RESEND PAGES:
nn, ..... nn
The correspondent’s fax machine found
errors during reception. "nn" = number of
page on which the error was found.
Resume transmission of the pages indicated in
the report.
07
DOCUMENT TOO LONG
The document to be sent is too long. The
time taken to send it exceeds the allowed
limits.
Split up the document to be sent.
08
CHECK THE DOCUMENT
The optical reader cannot read the
document.
Remove the document from the ADF and
reinsert it when it tries to connect.
09
STOP PRESSED
You aborted transmission.
No action.
10
No message
An error occurred during reception.
Call the correspondent and ask him to send
you the document again.
11
No message
During reception, a printing error occurred.
Reception continued in the memory but the
space left in the memory was filled before
reception was completed.
Correct the fault and wait for the document in
the memory to be printed.
13
ERRORS WHILE POLLING
Call back the correspondent.
The correspondent did not leave any
document in the ADF and did not set up his
fax machine for polling transmission.
16
POWER FAILURE ON PAGE nn
A power failure occurred during
transmission or reception.
(OK)
No message
The document was received but the printing Call the correspondent.
quality is unsatisfactory.
OCC
LINE BUSY
The line is busy.
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CAUSE OF ERROR
WHAT TO DO
No action.
Resume transmission from the page indicated
in the report.
Retry when the line is free.
COPY INTERRUPTED
SIGNALS AND MESSAGES
Any problems that may arise are generally indicated by
acoustic signals (accompanied, in some cases, by visual
signals : error LED " " indicator on) or by error messages on the display.
The fax machine also emits acoustic signals and shows
messages on the display, which do not indicate an error
condition.
ACOUSTIC
•
You aborted the copy operation by pressing the
•
An error occurred during the document copying phase, preventing it from being printed: check the type of fault on the
display and correct it.
DOC IN MEMORY
The document received was saved because an error occurred during the reception phase, preventing it from being
printed immediately: check the type of error (paper out or
jammed, ink out, etc.) and correct the fault.
ERROR SIGNALS
MEMORY FULL
Short 1 second signal
• You pressed an incorrect key during an operating phase.
Long 3 second signal plus error LED indicator on
• Transaction not carried out correctly.
Continuous signal
• Request to hang up if you forgot to do so after an operation
that required the handset to be lifted.
note
To turn off the ERROR LED "
key.
ERROR MESSAGES ON THE
key.
One or more documents received in the memory, due to an
error that occurred during reception, have filled the memory:
check the type of fault (missing or jammed paper, ink out, etc.)
and correct it. The documents will be printed automatically
thus freeing space in the memory.
NOT PROGRAMMED
You chose a one-touch dialling key or a speed dialling code
that you have not set: program the key or the code (see "To
set one-touch and speed dialling", chapter "Transmission and reception operations").
" indicator, press the
OUT OF INK
The ink in the cartridge has run out: replace the print head
(see "To replace the print head", chapter "Maintenance
operations").
DISPLAY
PAPER ERROR, PRESS <I>
A sheet of printing paper got jammed during the copying or
AUTOREDIAL NNN
No connection was established due to line errors or because
the correspondent is busy: the fax machine prepares to redial
automatically.
key and then, if the sheet is
reception phase: press the
not unloaded automatically, check where it is jammed and remove it (see "To remove jammed sheets of paper", chapter
"Maintenance operations").
CHECK DOCUMENT, PRESS <I>
POLL.RETRY NNN
The document is not being fed correctly: replace the document on the ADF and press the
machine’s normal operation.
key to restore the fax
You set polling reception and the connection was not established due to line errors or because the correspondent is
busy: the fax machine prepares to redial automatically.
REMOVE DOCUMENT, PRESS <I>
CHECK PAPER, PRESS <I>
•
The paper in the feeder has run out: add some more and
press
•
The paper is not being fed correctly: replace the paper in the
key to restore the fax machine’s
CHECK PRINT HEAD
•
The fax machine does not detect the presence of the print
head because you have forgotten to install it or you have
installed it incorrectly: install/reinstall the print head.
Some of the print head nozzles are damaged and are having
a negative effect on the printing quality: clean the print head
(see "Cleaning the print head and testing the nozzles",
chapter "Maintenance operations").
A document jammed while the document was being copied or
sent: press the
key then, if the document is not unloaded automatically, remove the jammed document by hand
(see "To remove jammed documents", chapter "Maintenance operations").
to clear the message from the display.
feeder and press the
normal operation.
•
•
•
You aborted the document scanning phase by pressing the
key.
RX ERROR
The document was not received correctly: press the
key to turn off the " " error LED indicator and clear the
message from the display.
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RX IN MEMORY
NEW PRINT HEAD?, 1=YES 0=NO
Reception continues in the memory because an error occurred
during the reception of a document, preventing it from being
printed: check the type of fault on the bottom line of the display
and correct it.
You have installed a disposable print head for the first time or
you have removed and reinstalled it: select the relevant answer. If you answer yes but the print head is not new, the fax
machine will not detect the out of ink condition.
SYSTEM ERROR NN
ON LINE
A fatal error has occurred on the fax machine: turn the fax
machine off and then on again. If the error persists, turn off
the fax machine and call the Customer Engineering Service.
You have engaged the line by lifting the handset of the telephone connected.
TX ERROR
The document was not sent correctly: press the
key to
turn off the " " error LED indicator and clear the message
from the display, and then send it again.
OTHER
POLL RX: HH:MM
You have made a transmission request (Polling reception).
PRINTING
The fax machine is printing a report or a list.
REPLACE HANDSET
ACOUSTIC SIGNALS
Short 1-second signal
• Transaction carried out successfully.
You have activated the "handsfree" function. Hang up.
RX INTERRUPTED
You aborted reception by pressing the
Intermittent 20-second signal
• Prompt to lift the handset to answer a telephone call.
key.
STORING
The fax machine is saving the pages of the document to be
copied.
OTHER MESSAGES ON THE DISPLAY
TRANSMITTING
A document is being sent.
CHECK PRINT OUT
1=EXIT 0=REPEAT
The fax machine has automatically tested the print head nozzles and printed out the test sheet: check whether the printing
quality is acceptable and make your choice.
CONNECTING
The fax machine is connecting to your correspondent's fax
machine.
DIALLING
The fax machine is dialling the number of the correspondent
you called.
DOCUMENT READY
You have inserted the document in the ADF correctly.
LIFT HANDSET
The correspondent has made a talk request: lift the handset to
start the conversation.
LINE ON HOLD, PRESS HOLD
You have put a telephone call on hold by pressing the
key: press the
key again to resume the conversation
with the correspondent.
MEMORY TX
You have set transmission from the memory.
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TRANSMITTING....
A document is being sent.
TX COMPLETED
Transmission was completed successfully.
TX INTERRUPTED
You aborted transmission by pressing the
key.
MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
Warning!
7. Avoid touching the nozzles.
TO REPLACE THE PRINT HEAD
1. Lower the handset and place it
on a stable surface.
8. Insert the new print head in its
compartment with the electrical
contacts facing towards the print
head compartment.
2. Open and lift the operator console as indicated by the arrows.
9. Push the print head until it clicks
into place.
3. Release the print head by pressing the lever as indicated by the
arrow.
10. Close the operator console and put the handset back on its
support.
4. Remove the used print head from
its compartment.
5. Take the new print head out of
its package and, holding it on
both sides, peel off the film covering the nozzles.
note
If you have replaced the print head because the ink ran
out, when the operator console is closed, the fax machine
will automatically recognize that the print head has been replaced and the display will show the message "NEW PRINT
HEAD? 1 = YES, 0 = NO". Set the value 1.
At this point, the fax machine automatically cleans the print
head and tests the nozzles, printing out the result of the
diagnostic test. Examine the diagnostic test result with reference to "Insert the print head", chapter "How to get started
quickly".
If you replaced the print head because of a deterioration in
printing quality, proceed as follows:
1. Press the key
until the display shows:
HEAD MAINTENANCE
2. Press the key:
Warning!
6. Avoid touching the electrical
contacts.
The display shows:
NEW HEAD: ON
3. Press the key:
The display shows:
CLEANING: ON
The fax machine cleans the print head and tests the
nozzles, printing out the result of the diagnostic test.
Examine the diagnostic test result and consult "Insert
the print head", chapter " How to get started
quickly".
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CLEANING THE PRINT HEAD AND TESTING
TO CLEAN THE ELECTRICAL CONTACTS OF
THE NOZZLES
THE PRINT HEAD
If you notice a deterioration in print quality, you can
quickly clean the print head and test the nozzles by
following a procedure that ends by printing out the diagnostic test result with regard to its condition.
1. Press the key
With the fax machine disconnected from the power socket:
1. Lower the handset and place it
on a stable surface.
until the display shows:
HEAD MAINTENANCE
2. Press the key:
The display shows:
NEW HEAD: ON
3. To view the other available option: "NEW HEAD: OFF",
press the keys:
2. Open and lift the operator console as indicated by the arrows.
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4. To confirm your choice, press the key:
The display shows:
CLEANING: ON
5. To confirm the setting, press the key:
The display shows:
3. Release the print head by pressing the lever as indicated by the
arrow.
CLEANING: ON
The fax machine cleans the print head and tests the
nozzles, printing out the result of the diagnostic test.
Examine the diagnostic test result and consult "Insert
the print head", chapter "How to get started
quickly".
NOTE
4. Take the print head out of its
compartment.
The procedure may be aborted at any time, if desired, by
pressing the
key.
NOTE
If the quality of the test result still fails to meet your expectations after carrying out the cleaning procedure, continue as
follows, stopping when you get a satisfactory printing quality:
- Make a copy of a document with the desired type of graphics
or text on the fax machine and evaluate its quality.
-
Change the type of paper (the paper in use could be excessively porous) and repeat the procedure.
-
-
Remove and reinsert the print head.
Remove the print head and check that there are no foreign
bodies on the print nozzles; if there are, remove them carefully, taking care not to touch the electrical contacts. Finally,
reinstall the print head.
Remove the print head and clean the electrical contacts both
on the print head and on the print head carriage, see "To
clean the electrical contacts of the print head", below.
Reinstall the print head.
-
Call the engineering service.
-
5. Clean the electrical contacts using a slightly damp cloth.
Warning!
Do not touch the nozzles!
6. Clean the electrical contacts of
the print carriage with a slightly
damp cloth.
7. Insert the print head in its compartment with the electrical contacts facing towards the print head compartment.
8. Push the print head until it clicks into place.
9. Close the operator console and put the handset back on its
support.
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TO CLEAN THE OPTICAL READER
Dust accumulating on the glass surface of the optical reader
may cause problems in the scanning of documents. To avoid
these problems, the glass should be cleaned every now and
again as follows:
With the fax machine disconnected from the power socket:
1. Lower the handset and place it
on a stable surface.
2. Open and lift the operator console as indicated by the arrows.
7. Place one end of the roller on
the pin situated on the left-hand
side of the fax machine, as indicated by the arrow.
8. Engage the roller by pressing
the lever, as indicated by the
arrow.
9. Close the operator console and put the handset back on its
support.
NOTE
To check whether the optical reader is clean, make a copy of
a blank sheet. If any vertical lines appear on the copy and the
optical reader looks perfectly clean, contact qualified technical staff.
3. Move the print carriage to the
left-hand edge of the fax machine.
TO CLEAN THE CASING
1. Unplug the fax machine from the power outlet and the
telephone socket.
2. Use exclusively a soft, lint-free cloth dampened with a neutral
detergent diluted with water.
4. Release the paper feed roller by
pressing the lever, as indicated
by the arrow.
5. Remove the roller from its compartment.
6. Clean the glass surface of the
optical reader with a cloth
dampened with a product designed specifically for cleaning
glass and then dry it thoroughly.
Warning!
Do not pour or spray the
cleaning product directly
onto the glass surface.
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TO REMOVE JAMMED DOCUMENTS
During transmission or copying, a document could get
jammed (this condition is signalled by the display showing
the message: "REMOVE DOCUMENT, PRESS < I >").
Try to unload the document by pressing the
key. If the
document is not unloaded, remove it manually as follows:
1. Pull the document upwards, taking care not to tear it.
1
or
2. Pull the document downwards,
taking care not to tear it.
2
NOTE
Never use pointed objected to remove jammed documents.
TO REMOVE JAMMED SHEETS OF PAPER
If the paper used to print received documents or to copy documents gets jammed (this error is signalled on the display by
the message "PAPER ERROR, PRESS < I >"), try to unload
key. If the sheet is not unthe sheet by pressing the
loaded, remove it manually as follows:
1. Pull the sheet upwards, taking
care not to tear it.
1
or
2
2. Pull the sheet downwards, taking care not to tear it.
NOTE
Never use pointed objects to remove jammed sheets of paper.
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NOTE
If you cannot manage to remove the jammed document or
sheet of paper after performing the removal operations, it may
be trapped inside the fax machine. If this is the case, proceed
as follows:
1. Lower the handset and place it on a stable surface (see fig. 1
of procedure "To clean the optical reader").
2. Open and lift the operator console (see fig. 2 of procedure "To
clean the optical reader").
3. Move the print carriage to the left-hand edge of the fax machine (see fig. 3 of procedure "To clean the optical reader").
4. Release the paper feed roller by pressing the lever (see fig.
4 of procedure "To clean the optical reader").
5. Remove the roller from its compartment (see fig. 5 of procedure "To clean the optical reader").
6. Remove the jammed document or sheet of paper.
7. Place one end of the roller on the pin situated on the left-hand
side of the fax machine (see fig. 7 of procedure "To clean the
optical reader").
8. Engage the roller by pressing the lever (see fig. 8 of procedure "To clean the optical reader").
9. Close the operator console and put the handset back on its
support.
MANUFACTURER AND CUSTOMER SERVICE
MANUFACTURER
Olivetti Tecnost, S.p.A. con unico azionista
Gruppo Telecom Italia
Direzione e coordinamento di Telecom Italia S.p.A.
Via Jervis, 77 - 10015 IVREA (TO)
ITALY
CUSTOMER SERVICE
If the fax machine is not working as it should, or you want to
ask the manufacturers something, call the number indicated
on the "Warranty Card".
WARRANTY
Your product is covered by a 36-month Guarantee starting
from the date of purchase.
Other information can be found on the "Warranty Card" provided and/or on the informative note about the Warranty provided with the manual.
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TECHNICAL
GENERAL
DATA
CHARACTERISTICS
Model ........................... Desktop transceiver
Display .......................... LCD 16 + 16 char.
Capacity memory ......... 360 Kbyte
Dimensions
Width ............................. 340 mm
Depth ............................ 220 mm - 235 mm (**)
Height ............................ 133 mm - 272 mm (**)
Weight ........................... ca. 2.5 Kg
COMMUNICATION
CHARACTERISTICS
Telephone network ...... Public/private
Compatibility ................. ITU
Communication speed ............... 14400 - 9600 - 7200 - 4800 - 2400
(with automatic "fall back")
Compression method ................ MH, MR, MMR
POWER
SUPPLY CHARACTERISTICS
Voltage ....................................... 220-240 VAC or 110-240 VAC (data
plate on base of fax machine)
Frequency ................................. 50-60Hz (data plate on base of fax
machine)
Power absorbed:
- in stand-by mode .................... ca. 4W
- max. power ............................. 35W
ENVIRONMENTAL
CONDITIONS
Temperature ................. from +5oC to +35oC (operating)
...................................... from -15oC to +45oC (transport)
...................................... from 0o C to +45oC (short and long-term
storage)
Relative humidity .......... 15%-85% (operating/short and long term
storage)
...................................... 5%-95% (transport)
CHARACTERISTICS
OF OPTICAL READER
Scanning method ................................... CIS
Scanning resolution:
- Horizontal ............................................. 8 pixel/mm
- Vertical STANDARD ............................ 3.85 lines/mm
- Vertical FINE ........................................ 7.7 lines/mm
TRANSMISSION
CHARACTERISTICS
Transmission speed ............................... ca. 7s (14400 bps) (*)
Capacity of document feeders ............... Automatic feeder (ADF):
................................................................ 5 sheets A4 (70-90 gr/m2)
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RECEPTION
CHARACTERISTICS
Printing system ............. Printing on plain paper, bubble ink jet printer
Max. printing width ................................. 204 mm
Max. printing length ................................ 282 mm
Printing paper ......................................... A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Paper feed .................... Plain paper cassette (max 40 sheets of
80 gr/m2)
TELEPHONE
ANSWERING DEVICE CHARACTERISTICS
• Recording capacity: ca. 15'
• Memo
• 2 Outgoing messages
• Outgoing messages only function
• "Toll saver" function
• Transfer message
• Fast access from console and remote location
• Access code
• Message recording
• Retention of messages in case of a power failure.
(*) = ITU-TS format, Test Sheet no.1 (Slerexe Letter) with standard resolution, MH compression.
(**) = With the paper support extension.
INDEX
A
I
Acoustic signals 48
Automatic document feeder (ADF)
Automatic redial 23
7, 13, 21
Installation and setup parameters
about the installation and setup parameters 4
printing the setup parameters 29
setting some parameters 9
B
L
Buzzer volume
42
C
Casing
cleaning 51
Components
external and internal 7
Connection
connection sockets 7
of the telephone handset 8
to power supply 8
to the telephone line 8
Console 5
Contrast
adjustments 22
Copy
contrast and resolution values 16
copy setting 16
to abort the copy 16
to make a copy 16
what documents can be copied 16
Customer Service
Customer Service telephone number 53
Customer Service telephone number 53
D
Date and time
to change the date and time 10
to set the date and time 10
Dialling
pulse 19, 20
tone 19, 20
Display 7
other messages 48
Documents
automatic document feeder (ADF) 7, 13, 21
to remove jammed documents 52
what documents may be used 21
E
ECM (Error Correction Mode) 43
Electrical contacts
print head carriage 50
Environment
environmental recycling 3
Error codes 45, 46
Error LED indicator 47
Line characteristics
private line 19
public line 19
to connect it to a private line (PBX) 19
to connect it to a public line 19
Line signals 42
Lists
black list numbers 29
list of installation parameters 29
list of setup parameters 29
one-touch dialling and speed dialling settings 29
M
Maintenance
cleaning the print head 50
Customer Service telephone number 53
safety precautions 3
testing the nozzles 50
to clean the casing 51
to clean the electrical contacts 50
to clean the optical reader 51
to remove jammed documents 52
to remove jammed sheets of paper 52
to replace the print head 49
troubleshooting
minor problems 45
power failure 45
the paper or ink has run out 45
the transmission is unsuccessful 45
Manufacturer
telephone number 53
to contact 53
Memory
transmission from the memory 23
to change/repeat/delete 24
Memos
to record 33
Memos and incoming messages
length 33
to delete 33
to listen 33
to transfer 34
Messages
error messages on the display 47
other messages on the display 48
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Reports
activity report 28
automatic printing 28
failed transmission report 28
how to read the reports 28
last broadcast transmission report 28
last transmission report 28
power failure report 27
to print on request 29
Resolution
adjustments 22
Ring volume 40
O
One-touch dialling
to change 26
to send a document with one-touch dialling 26
to set 25
to telephone with one-touch dialling 15
Optical reader
cleaning 51
Outgoing message 1
to listen 32
to record 32
Outgoing message 2
to listen 32
to record 32
Outgoing messages and memos 31
S
Safety
safety precautions 3
improper use 3
operating precautions 3
risk of accident 3
risk of an electric shock 3
risk of fire 3
risk of suffocation 3
P
Package
package contents 8
Paper
jammed paper 45
paper has run out 45
plain paper feed compartment (ASF) 7
to feed the print paper 11
to remove jammed sheets of paper 52
Plain paper feed compartment (ASF) 7, 11
Polling
polling reception 43
to change/delete a polling reception 44
Power supply
power failure 45
Print head
cleaning the print head and testing the nozzles 12, 50
to clean the electrical contacts 50
to install the print head 12
to replace the print head 49
R
Reception
automatic reception 14, 25
with recognition of the type of call 25
manual reception 14, 24
reception in "PHONE/FAX" mode 14
reception with telephone answering device 14
recognition of the ring frequency 40
silent reception 38
surplus text 38
to change the length of the acoustic signal 40
to change the number of rings 39
to change the remote control code 41
to change the ring volume 40
to choose the reception mode 13, 24
to display the caller ID 39
to reduce the printing area of a document received
Remote control code 41
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Setup
certification requirements 4
printing the setup parameters 29
setting some parameters 9
Signals
acoustic error signals 47
other acoustic signals 48
Speaker volume 42
Speed dialling
to change 26
to send a document with speed dialling 27
to set 26
to telephone with speed dialling 15
Station ID
fax number 10
name 10
name and fax number
position 11, 41
T
38
TAD access code
to change 31
to delete 31
TAD configuration parameters
to print 36
TAD console 30
Technical data
characteristics of optical reader 54
communication characteristics 54
environmental conditions 54
general characteristics 54
power supply characteristics 54
reception characteristics 54
telephone answering device characteristics 54
transmission characteristics 54
Telephone
to redial the last numbers 15
to telephone by running a search in the phone book 15
to telephone with one-touch dialling 15
to telephone with speed dialling 15
using the telephone 15
Telephone answering device 30, 54
length of memos and incoming messages 33
outgoing messages and memos 31
special functions 35
outgoing message only 36
silent reception 36
toll saver 35
TAD console 30
to change the TAD access code 31
to delete incoming messages and memos 33
to delete the TAD access code 31
to listen to incoming messages and memos 33
to listen to outgoing message 1 32
to listen to outgoing message 2 32
to operate the TAD from a remote location 35
to print the TAD configuration parameters 36
to record memos 33
to record outgoing message 1 32
to record outgoing message 2 32
to record the transfer message 32
to transfer incoming messages and memos 34
to turn on the TAD 30
Telephone exchange
private 19
public 19
To operate the TAD from a remote location 35
To turn on the telephone answering device 30
Transfer message
to record 32
Transmission
broadcast transmission 23
to adjust the contrast and resolution 22
to enable/disable ECM 43
to hear the dialling tone when sending 13, 22
to hear the line signals 42
to redial the last numbers 27
to reduce the transmission speed 42
to regulate the buzzer volume 42
to regulate the speaker volume 42
to repeat a failed transmission from memory 41
to send a document 13, 22
to send a document from the memory 23
to send a document from the phone book 27
to send a document with one-touch dialling 26
to send a document with speed dialling 27
to send a document with the receiver raised 13, 23
to stop a transmission 22
what documents may be used 13, 21
Transmission speed 42
Troubleshooting
minor problems 45
power failure 45
the paper or ink has run out 45
the transmission is unsuccessful 45
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DIRECTIVE 2002/96/CE ON THE TREATMENT, COLLECTION, RECYCLING AND
DISPOSAL OF ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND THEIR COMPONENTS
INFORMATION
1. FOR COUNTRIES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION (EU)
The disposal of electric and electronic devices as solid urban waste is strictly prohibited: it must be collected separately.
The dumping of these devices at unequipped and unauthorized places may have hazardous effects on health and the
environment.
Offenders will be subjected to the penalties and measures laid down by the law.
TO DISPOSE OF OUR DEVICES CORRECTLY:
a) Contact the Local Authorities, who will give you the practical information you need and the instructions for handling the
waste correctly, for example: location and times of the waste collection centres, etc.
b) When you purchase a new device of ours, give a used device similar to the one purchased to our dealer for disposal.
The crossed dustbin symbol on the device means that:
- when it to be disposed of, the device is to be taken to the equipped waste collection centres and is to be
handled separately from urban waste.
2. FOR OTHER COUNTRIES (NOT IN THE EU)
The treatment, collection, recycling and disposal of electric and electronic devices will be carried out in accordance with the
laws in force in the country in question.
Monochrome print head part number
Single-block print head: P/N B0336F
256605R
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