Panasonic kxf 2700 Owner's manual

Panasonic kxf 2700 Owner's manual
Panasonic
Telephone Answering System
with Facsimile
KX-F2700E-G
Model No. KX-F2 7 ООЕ-\//
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Please read these Operating
Instructions before using the unit.
Table of Contents
1 Installation and Connection to the
Telephone line .............. 5
Installingyourunit .................... 5
Installing the recording paper ........... 6
Installing the batteries . . ............... 7
Locationofcontrols . .................. 8
Answering control buttons... .......... 9
Recording greeting messages ....... ... 19
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and ID ...................... 12
Setting the date and time .............. 12
Settingyourlogo ..................... 12
How to enter letters and symbols ........ 13
Setting your facsimile telephone
number/iD number ..................15
Setting the transmission report printing 15
3 Selecting the Receiving Mode ... 16
ANS/FAX MOde em... 17
TEL/FAX MOdE eK 18
FAX only mode .....—.erceerereczrerrerr 20
4 Making/Receiving Voice Calls ... 21
Making voice calls .......r—e=-—-—errv.er. 21
Helpful hint for setting the dialling mode ... 21
Adjusting volumes . . .................. 22
Voice MUNG +. rar 22
Redialling the last dialled number ........ 22
Answering voice calls ................. 22
5 Making/Receiving Fax Calls 23
Documents you can send .............. 23
Loading documents .................. 24
Setting resolution .................... 24
Sending 16 or more sheets ............. 24
Transmitting documents ............—eo 25
Receiving documents ........ nia. 25
6 Operating the Answering
Device ..................... 26
Setup of voice message and document
reception ........c_eesexmemamaroarnia 26
Listening to recorded messages ......... 25
Functions during playback ............. 27
Erasing recorded messages ............. 27.
Recording a memo message ........... 28
necoraing a telephone conversation ..... 20
Setting the message alert .............. 29
Setting the recording time alert .......... 29
7 Automatic Dialling ............ 30
Storing tel/fax numbers for automatic
dialling .. 100020065020 ot. 30
Making voice calls using automatic
dialling ......... iii a a 11 a aa 0 0 2
Transmitting documents using
automatic dialling - LL eee 32
8 Copier Function Cee eee 33
Making a copy ..........o—_—.e—....... 33
9 Advanced Operations .......... 34
Electronic telephone directory .......... 34
Polling ....... ci iii. 35
Delayed transmission ................ 36
Remote fax receiving using an
extension phone .................. 37
Junk mail prohibitor ............ e... 38
Special settings ...............—...... 40
Voice contact .. 1.222200 0111401011 0 46
TONE, RECALL and PAUSE buttons . 47
Voice mailbox ..... Serres .... 48
Operating the answering device from
a remote phone ................... 52
Pageralert ......................... 57
The Mercury Residential Service ....... 58
Printing reports and lists .............. 62
User programmabie features ........... 66
10 Troubleshooting and
Maintenance ................. 68
Error messages on the display ......... 68
General corrective measures .......... 69
Explanation of communication result
onthereport. . .................... 70
Clearing a recording paper jam ......... 71
Clearingadocumentjam.............. 72
Adjusting the feeder pressure .......... 72
Cleaning the document feeder umit ...... 73
Cleaning the thermal! head ............ 73
11 General information ........... 74
important Safety instructions ........... 74
Important information ................ 75
Fitting a plug to the mains iead ......... 76
— Specifications ...................... 77
.Andex RR 78
FAX CORRESPONDENCE ............ 79
Speeddiaileriist .................... 80
Answering device remote control card ... 81
-Guarantee 0... 83
Flow Chart for Basic Operations
— The operating instructions are set out in the following order:
(Sec. 4)
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(Sec. 1)
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| Installation and Connection to |
N the Telephone Line |
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(Sec. 2) |
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Setting the Date, Time, Logo and ID |
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(Sec. 3) |
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Making/Receiving Voice Calls |
(Sec. 6)
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Selecting the Receiving Mode
Operating the Answering Device
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Making/Receiving Fax Calls
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Automatic Dialling
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Copier Function
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TO ADVANCED OPERATIONS
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Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic Telephone Answering System with
Facsimile.
The product is available in either grey (KX-F2700E-G) or white (KX-F2700E-W).
The photo on the cover page shows KX-F2700E-G and it may vary slightly from the actual product. _.
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HELP function
Use this function if the instructions are lost while using the unit. It will
provide the user with instructions.
When the HELP button is pressed, the unit will print a quick reference.
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- Accessories
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Mains lead ...... 1 pc. : Telephone line Paper stacker ....1 pc. | R6 (UM-3, AA) size
(Part No. PQJA100137) | cord ........... 1 pe. | (Part No. PQUS101367) | battery ........ 4 pes.
(Part No. PQJABTT)
(page 5) (page 5) (page 5) (Page 7)
Recording Handset ........ 1 pc. | Handsetcord ....1 pc.
paper ......... . 1 pc. | (Part No. PQJXD1207Z | (Part No. PQJA212N
(210 mm width, 1inch | for grey, PQUXD1205Z | for grey, PQJA212M for |
core) for white) white |
« (page 6) (page 5) (page 5)
e For further accessory orders please contact either your local Panasonic Authorised Dealer or our spare
parts distributor SEME Lid. on 01280 823523 (or fax 01280 814516).
e Any part numbers listed above are subject to change without notice.
1 fnstaflation and Connection to the Telephone Line
1 Installation and Connection to the Telephone Line
Document entrance Document feeder tray
Speaker
Document guide
Microphone
Document exit Top cover open lever
Hear view
Paper stacker—__{ i
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Mains lead {Refer to helpful hint on page )
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| Dialling mode selector
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; To Household Mains Supply
Telephone line cord = (220-240 V AC, 50 Hz)
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® When a mains power failure takes place, you are only able to use the unit as a standard telephone.
® When you operate this product, the mains socket outlet should be near the product and be easily accessible
® Telephone line connection and handset connection are at TNV (Telecommunication Network Voltage).
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1 Installation and Connection to the Telephone Line
Installing the recording paper
When the recording paper is not installed or ithe unit runs out of paper, ihe display wi show “OU
PAPER". Instali the recording paper by following the steps below.
Green bar
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@ Slide the lever toward you to open
the top cover.
@ Insert the recording paper roll in the
unit.
—Make sure that the shiny side of
the paper is facing up and that
there is no stack, tape or glue
residue on the paper rofl. (See
notes below.)
© insert the leading edge of the
recording paper under the green bar.
@ Close the top cover carefully by
gently pressing down on both ends.
—Do not slam the lid.
Notes:
e Use only the included roll or equivalent
recording paper, or else the print
quality may be affected and/or
excessive thermal head wear may
OCCU.
Equivalent recording paper sizes are;
210 mmx 30 m rofl with 1 inch core,
210 mmx 50 m roll with 1 inch core.
e The start of some recording paper is
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from this giue tape may cause the
paper cutter to jam immediately
following installation of a new roll. To
prevent this, cut approximately 150 mm
(6 inches) from the new roll of paper
prior to installation.
1 Installation and Connection lo the Telephone Line
Installing the batteries
The batteries are required to retain voice messages in memory when the power cord is disconnected or
during a power failure. If you do not install the batteries or if the battery power is low, the display will show
At ACT PA Y E PLATE
DATIERY LOYY. install four R6 patieries by following tne sieps below.
@ Slide the lever toward you to open the top
cover and remove the battery compartment
cover by pulling the hook toward you and lifting
it up.
@ Install four batteries ensuring that the polarity
IS correct.
— nn ew
installing the tab of the cover into the hole
first,
B Press down the part marked “PRESS” until
) it clicks.
£i (5) Replace the battery comnartment cover bv
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@ Close the top cover.
Battery precautions:
e The batieties should be used correctly, otherwise, the unit may be damaged due to battery leakage.
® Do not mix different types of batteries.
e Do not charge, short-circuit, disassemble, heat or dispose in fire.
® Hemove all the batteries when replacing.
Notes:
® If you do not install the baîteries, or if the battery power is low, the greeting and incoming message will be
erased when a power failure occurs,
e Batteries should be installed in order to provide message retention during a power failure. Message
refention time is approximately 1 day with new batteries.
e To avoid losing the greeting and all messages saved in memory, the power cord must remain connected
wher, replacing batteries.
e Disconnect the telephone line cord before opening the battery compartment cover.
e Replace all the batteries once a year or after a major power failure.
e Do not use Nickel-Cadmium batteries.
1 Installation and Connection to the Telephone Line
Location of controls
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NEW MESSAGES button (page 26)
Used to play back oniy new messages.
ERASE button (page 27)
Used to erase recorded incoming messages.
DIRECTORY button (pages 32 and 34)
Used for speed dialling. Also used for the
electronic telephone directory.
MAIL BOX button {page 50)
Used to select a voice mailbox number.
MENU button
Used to start and exit various programming.
RECEIVE MODE button (page 16)
Used to select the desired receiving mode.
RESOLUTION button (page 24)
Used to adjust scanning line density.
Direct cali station keys (pages 14, 30 and 32)
Used for one-touch dialling. Also used as
character keys when logo and station names
are programmed. O
HELP button (page 4)
Used to print an easy guide for operations.
LOWER key (pages 30 and 32)
Used to access lower stations (5 to 8) for
one-touch dialling.
TONE/< button (pages 13 and 47)
Used to temporarily change the dialling mode
from pulse to tone during a dialling operation.
Also used to move the cursor to the left while
programming.
Dial keypad
Used for dialling operation and parameter
setting. Also used as character keys.
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Hash/> button (pages 13 and 15)
Used to enter a space in your telephone
number while programming. Also used to
move the cursor to the right while
programming.
SP-PHONE/VOICE STDBY button
{pages 21 and 46)
Used for on-hook dialling, handsfree speech
and voice contact features.
MUTE button (page 22)
Used for voice muting.
REDIAL/PAUSE button (pages 22 and 47)
Used to redial the last dialled number. Also
used to insert a pause into a phone number.
RECALL button (page 47)
Used to access some features of your host
exchange.
STOP button (page 25)
Used to stop fax communication.
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MERCURY button (page 59)
Used to store the Mercury access number and
authorisation (PIN) code, and make calls using
the Mercury network.
COPY button (page 33)
Used to start copying.
START/SET button
Used to start fax communication. Also used to
store parameters during programming.
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Used to adjust the volume level of the ringer
and speaker.
1 Installation and Connection to the Telephone Line
Answering control buttons
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(1) REPEAT button (page 27) (4) SKIP button (page 27)
Used to replay the previous message during Used to skip to the next message during
tre message playback. playback.
(2) ALL MESSAGES button (page 26) (6) MEMO/2WAY REC button (page 28)
Used to play back ail the recorded messages. Used to start and stop recording a memo
@ GREETING SELECT button (pages 10 and message or a telephone conversation.
48) (8) GREETING REC button (pages 10 and 48)
Used 10 select a desired greeting message Used to start recording a greeting message.
when recording or checking that message.
1 Installation and Connection to the Telephone Line
Recording greeting messages
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referring to the examples on page 11.
One is the message for the ANS/FAX mode, and the other is for the TEL/FAX mode.
The greeting message for the ANS/FAX mode tells a caller that you are unable to answer, and allows the
caller to leave a voice message or to send a fax message.
The greeting message for the TEL/FAX mode tells a caller that the unit is ringing and allows the caller to
wait until you answer the call or to send a fax message.
How to record greeting messages
Recording time is limited to 16 seconds for each message. However, for optimum performance, it is
recommended to record a greeting message within 12 seconds. Perform the following steps to record each
of the messages.
€) Open the station key panel.
O © = For he ANS/FAX mode:
Press GREETING SELECT,
| ANS-GREETING
H For the TEL/FAX mode:
Press GREETING SELECT repeatedly until
the following is displayed.
TEL-GREETINS
O Press GREETING REC.
Example: Recording for the ANS/FAX mode.
ANS REC. 155
— А beep will be heard.
© Immediately after the beep, speak clearly and
loudly into the microphone from a distance of
approximately 200 mm (8 inches).
O When finished, press STOP.
— After the beep, the unit will play back the
message so that vou can confirm it,
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Adjust the speaker's volume to a suitable
level by pressing the VOLUME buttons.
Notes:
e /f you make a mistake while recording, repeat from step 2.
® You can record the greeting message for the ANS/FAX mode by directly pressing the GREETING REC
button without pressing the GREETING SELECT bution.
e Jt is helpful to include a statement of your answering telephone number with the town name or code in the
greeting message. The greeting message should begin within 3 seconds of answering the call.
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1 Installation and Connection to 0 the Telephone Line
Suggested messages
E For the ANS/FAX mode: 5
“This is (your name, business and/or telephone number). We are unable to answer right now. To send a
fax, start transmission. To leave a message, speak for up to 2 minutes 30 seconás (or ‘speak for up to
1 minute’) after the long beep. If the beep sounds 6 times, your message will not be recorded.
Piease call back tomorrow. Thank you.”
E For the TEL/FAX mode:
“This is (your name, business and/or telephone number). Please wait for someone to answer the line. To
send a fax, start transmission.” ;
Checking greeting messages
EH Checking the greeting message for the
ANS/FAX mode:
Press GREETING SELECT.
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ANI -SEEETINS
EM Checking the greeting message for the
TEL/FAX mode:
Press GREETING SELECT repeatedly until
the following is displayed.
| 7EL-GREETING
@ Press START/SET.
— After the beep, the unit will play back the
message.
Notes:
® Adjust the speaker volume using the VOLUME button (see page 22).
e You can check the greeting message for the ANS/FAX mode by directly pressing the START/SET button
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Setfing the caller’s recording time
You can choose from two lengths of recording times for incoming messages.
LONG: The unit will record an incoming message up to 2 minutes 30 seconds per message
(pre-selected setting).
SHORT: The unit will record an incoming message up to T minute per message.
To change the recording time, proceed as follows:
Press A or Y to select
the desired made.
Press MENU.
Press START/SET to
store the setting.
Press #09.
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Press MENU to end the
program.
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2 Setting the Date, Time, Logo and 10 DT
2 Setting the Date, Time, Logo and ID
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Setting the date and ит
The internal clock of the unit will print the date and time, on the top line of ali fax messages you transmit,
and on the fax communication reports such as the journal report and the transmission report.
Enter the current
month/day/year/hour/
minute by selecting each
2 digits. Then press ¥
Press MENU. O
1. SYSTEM SET UP
for AM or press # for PM.
Press #017.
Example:
SET DATE £ TIME Aug. 10 1995, 3:00 PM
Press 08 10 95 03 00,
then press # to select
Press START/SET. PM.
21/21/95 12:00A Press START/SET to
store the setting.
Press MENU to end the
program.
Notes:
e Do not enter 24 hour clock time as this unit wilf only accept 12 hour clock entries.
e When you make a mistake while programming, press the STOP button, then make the correction.
e The accuracy of the clock will be approximately + 45 seconds a month at room temperature.
Setting your logo
The logo is used to identify fax messages that are being transmitted by your unit. It may consist of numbers,
letters and symbols. Usually the logo is a company, division or personal name in an abbreviated form.
Press MENU. O Enter your logo up to
30 characters by
following the instructions
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Press 402, Press START/SET to
store the setting.
YOUR LOGO
Press START/SET. Press MENU to end the
program.
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Note:
e When the first character is entered, the preset logo will be cleared.
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How to enter letters and symbols
The dial keypad and the direct call station 1 are used as alphabet and symbol character input keys when
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Pressing each key will alternately select a character as shown below.
When the desired character is displayed, press 4 to move the cursor to the right and enter the next
character.
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Keys |
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 | 9 : 10 11 12 13
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Ga) . | > key (Used to move the cursor to the right)
For example, when entering “Mike” as your logo:
€) Press 6 once, then press ff. - €) Press 5 five times, then press #,
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Notes:
@ Press 3 five times.
& /f you make a mistake while programming, use # or ¥ key to move the cursor lo the incorrect character,
then make the correction.
® Alternatively, see page 14 for special command keys for changing entered data.
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Special uses of the direct call station keys
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The layout of the direct call station keys is printed on the reverse side of the directory card.
1. Remove the directory card cover with a pencil or similar object as shown.
2. Turn over the directory card. You will find how each command is assigned to the direct call station keys.
N Direct call station 2 (INSERT):
This key is used to insert one character (or one
space) in the programmed logo.
Example: Compny— Company
1. Press # or ¥ repeatedly until the cursor is
positioned on “п”.
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| LOGO=Compny
2. Press INSERT.
LOGO=Comp “ny
3. Press 2 repeatedly until “a” is shown.
LOGO=Compæny
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M Direct cail station 3 (SPACE):
This key is used to repiace one character with a
space.
E Direct cali station 4 (DELETE):
This key is used to delete one character from
the programmed logo.
Example: Comppany— Company
1. Press # or ¥ repeatedly until the cursor is
positioned on "n”.
2. Press DELETE.
LOGO-Company
LOGO=CorBany
2 Setting the Date, Time, Logo and ID
Setting your facsimile telephone number/ID number
Your programmed phone number will be printed on the top of each page transmitted from your unit.
| © | CG. | Enter your facsimile
i Ne Ce) - telephone number up to
. CE. | — The * button provides БВ”
— = a space and the x
button provides “+”.
- 20 digits.
START/ SET] store the setting.
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Press MENU to end the
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| 5 Press START/SET to
Setting the transmission report printing
Each time a document is transmitted, this feature will give you a printed record of the transmission.
The following choices are available:
ERROR: The report will print only when the transmission fails.
ON: The report will print, indicating whether the transmission is successful or not.
OFF: The report will not print.
Sample of transmission report:
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the desired mode.
Press MENU, / €) CRECALL i Press A or ¥ to select
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- program.
| Or Press START/SET to
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START/ISET ; Store the setting.
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3 Selecting the Receiving Mode
Select a desired receiving mode by pressing the RECEIVE MODE button repeatediy until the arrow in the
display is positioned on the desired function.
ANS/FAX mode:
v Select this mode when you wish to receive voice and/or fax calls
TR a | FTE. automatically. Please refer to page 17.
Note:
® Transmit thie leaflet found on page 79 to several of your associates. This
way, the user can confirm that the unit is functioning correctly and inform
them of the procedure of transmitting documents and/or recording voice
messages on the unit.
TEL/FAX mode:
у Select this mode when you wish to receive mainly fax calls and occasional
[Gro aml TE voice calls. The fax calls will be answered without ringing so as not to
disturb you unnecessarily. Piease refer to page 18 for further details.
FAX mode:
v Select this mode when you wish to receive only fax calls. This mode is
TEE EY normally used on dedicated fax lines. Please refer to page 20 for details of
changing the number of rings before the fax machine answers the call.
TEL mode:
| vl Select this mode when you wish to receive mainly voice calls. The machine
MAILBOX) [he] РАХ | ТЕ will not answer automatically.
Notes:
e /f à call is received and fax reception is required, press the START/SET
button to receive documents.
e/f a call is received on an extension phone and fax reception is required,
press XX on your touch tone telephone to receive documents.
e 7 no one answers the call within 20 rings, the receiving mode will switch
to the ANS/FAX mode automatically.
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ANS/FAX mode
When a call comes in, the unit will automatically answer the call and distinguish between a fax and voice
call. The number of rings is adjustable as detailed below.
When receiving a fax call, the unit will automatically activate the fax function to receive documents.
When receiving a voice call, the unit will play the greeting message and record an incoming voice message.
Setting the number of rings to answer in the ANS/FAX mode
This feature determines the number of rings after which the unit answers a call in the ANS/FAX mode,
The “ollowing choices are available:
1: The unit will answer after the first ring.
2: The unit will answer after the second ring. (Pre-selected setting)
3: The unit will answer after the third ring.
4: The unit will answer after the fourth ring.
Toll saver: (see below)
Ringer off: The unit will answer without ringing.
Two "ings may be referred io as “NORMAL” position as it enables the unit to answer incoming calis In a
reasonably short time. This position should be selected unless you specifically wish to take advantage of the
“toll saver facility".
Toll saver:
e When you cali the unit from a remote location, the number of rings will tell you if there are any new voice
messages.
If the unit answers on the second ring, there is at least one newly recorded message.
Hang up immediately when you hear the third ring. The third ring indicates that there are no new
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messages. This will save you being charged for the call.
Callers generally expect their calls to be answered within 10 seconds and most callers would abandon a call
in under 45 seconds if no reply is obtained. This unit will answer incoming calls in under 10 seconds if
required.
Helpiul hints:
e if you wish lo have the opportunity to pick up the handset before the call is answered by the unit, increase
the number of rings.
e [f ycu find difficulty in receiving fax messages from machines that have an automatic transmission feature,
decrease the number of rings.
To change the setting, proceed as follows:
Press MENU, Press 4 or Y to select
| the desired setting.
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Press #08. Press START/SET to
store the setting.
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Press START/SET. Press MENU to end the
program.
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If extension telephones are connected they will ring only |
before the call is answered (1—4 rings). See next page.
| The unit will now perform the automatic
| VOICE/FAX
recognition.
The unit rings. x2
Lift the handset and
speak to caller.
While the unit is ringing the caller hears
your holding message, followed by pseudo
ring,
If you do not answer the phone, the unit
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x1 Telephone fee will be charged to callers from this moment.
x2 If a voice call is detected, the unit will ring up to 3 times, This number of rings is is adjustable toa
maximum of 6. See “Fax recognition system” on next page. Ш TS
Notes:
e In TEL/FAX mode, the unit may not receive fax messages from some fax machines because the sending
machine does not send a CNG signal. Start the reception manually to receive documents.
® [f you hear the facsimile unit ringing, you can pick up the handset on the facsirnile unit or another
extension (if connected on the same line) to answer the call.
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Setting the number of rings to answer in the TEL/FAX mode
The number of rings can be varied from 1-4 as follows:
Press MENU. O > Press A or Y to select
ET T= | the desired number of
i.SYSTIEXM SET UP == > | rings.
o
Press #06. Press START/SET to
store the setting.
TEL:FAX RING
Press START/SET. Press MENU to end the
program.
RING=2 (AY:
® If an external telephone with a call display feature is connected, set the number of rings to more than 2.
Fax recognition system
in the TEL/FAX mode, when a fax call is received, the unit will automatically activate the fax function without
ringing (we call this “silent fax recognition”). If the unit detects a voice call, it will ring 3 times.
This can be adjusted to a maximum of 6 rings as follows:
Press MENU, Press A or Y to select
| the desired number of
{SYSTEM SET UP rings.
Press #30. Press START/SET to
| store the settina.
SILENT PAX RING
Press MENT tn ond the
E = HW al WF Wr] od mr |
program.
Press START/SET,
|
RING=3 (AY; |
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3 Selecting the Receiving Mode
FAX only mode
When a call comes in, the unit will automatically answer the line after 1 to 4 rings (user programming) and
activate the fax function.
Setting the number of rings in the FAX mode
This feature determines the number of rings after which the unit answers a call in the FAX mode.
The number of rings is adjustable from 1 to 4.
Helpful hints:
e /f you wish to have an opportunity to answer a calf before the unit does, increase the number of rings.
e !f you find there is difficulty in fax receiving from machines that have an automatic transmission feature,
decrease the number of rings.
e /f an external telephone with a call display feature is connected, set the number of rings fo more than 2.
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Press #07.
—
| FAX RING
Press START/SET.
| RING=2 AV]
Press A or Ÿ to select
the desired number of
rings.
Press START/SET to
store the setting.
Press MENU to end the
program.
4 Making/Receiving Voice Calls
4 Making/Receiving Voice Calls
oice calls
o — — Nr о
Making
Helpful hint for setting the dialling mode
@ Press SP-PHONE or lift the handset, then
listen for the dial tone.
O Dial a phone number.
€) When the other party answers, speak through
the microphone or handset.
@ When finished, press SP-PHONE again or
place the handset on the cradle.
Notes:
® Adjust the volume to a suitable level. See
page 22.
® /f you wish to swilch to the handset from the
speakerphone, lift the handset. To swilch to the
speakerphone, press the SP-PHONE button.
If your telephone line has touch tone service, set the selector to TONE.
if your telephone line has rotary pulse dial service, set the selector to PULSE.
You can ascertain what type of exchange the unit ts connected to by using the following procedure:
Dial a familiar number.
ANN
Ensure that the dialling mode selector is set to TONE.
Lif: the handset or press the SP-PHONE button, then listen for the dial tone.
if tre call is successful, the unit is connected to a tone exchange. Leave the selector set to TONE.
If the call is not successful, the unit is connected to a pulse exchange. Switch the selector to PULSE.
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4 Making/Receiving Voice Calls
Adjusting volumes
You can adiust the volume {evel of the ringer and the sneaker.
лоте = a
These volume levels should be adjusted respectively.
„^^
AINGER/SPEAKER
VOLUME
Sr“
M Ringer volume
Press the VOLUME buttons (a/v) while the unit
is in idle status. 3 levels (high/low/off} are
avallabie.
— To tum the ringer off, press v repeatedly
and press the START/SET button when the
display shows “RINGER OFF=OK7".
— the ringer volume is set ta off, the unit will
not ring and the display will show “RINGER
OFF” in idle status.
E Speaker volume
Press the VOLUME buttons (a/v} when the
speakerphone is in use. 8 levels are available.
EH Answering device volume
Press the VOLUME buttons { ~/v)} while
listening to massages recorded on the
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Voice muting
The MUTE button will mute your voice during a telephone conversation. Using this feature, you can hear the
voice of the other party, but the other party cannot hear your voice.
Nota:
Redialling the last dialled number
Press MUTE and confirm the MUTE indicator light is on.
To resume the conversation, press MUTE again.
e If you are using the handset, you cannot hear the other party's voice.
If you are using the SP-PHONE, you can hear the other party's voice through
the speaker.
if the line is busy or you wish to redial the last dialied number, use the REDIAL/PAUSE button.
Press SP-PHONE or lift the handset, then press REDIAL/PAUSE.
—When using the handset, the unit will redial the last dialled number once.
-—When using the speaker phone, the unit will automatically redial the last
dialled number up to 3 times.
Answering voice calls
When the unit rings, lift the handset or press SP-PHONE to answer the call.
When you have finished, replace the handset on the cradle or press SP-PHONE.
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5 Making/Receiving Fax Calls
5 Making/Receiving Fax Calls
Documents you can send
The unit can transmit documents that meet the following conditions.
—Locument width shouid be from 128 to 216 mm (5 to 812”).
—Maximum document length should not exceed 600 mm (23547).
— Effective scanning width can be up to 208 mm (8316).
— Number of pages that can be set in the document feeder tray must not exceed 15 sheets.
—Document weight:
Single sheet: 45 to 90 g/m? (1210 24 Ib.)
Multipie sheet: 60 to 80 g/m? (16 to 21 Ib.)
(80 g/m? is equivalent to normal photocopier paper.)
Minimum document size Maximum document size Effective scanning width
128 mm
(5”)
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(2358")
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600 mm
208 mm (8346”)
Paper width
+ 216 mm (8127)
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216mm
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e Do not feed the following types of documents. Make a copy of these documents with a copier machine and
feed the copy into the unit.
— Paper with a chemically treated surface such as carbon paper or carbonless duplicating paper
—i=fectrostatically charged paper
— Heavily curled, creased or torn paper
— Paper with a coated surface
—Small-sized paper such as a slip or voucher
— Thin paper less than 45 g/nr (12 Ib.)
— Thick paper over 90 g/nr (24 Ib.)
-—Paper with faint contrast between the printing and the background
— Paper with printing on the reverse side that can be seen through the front (e.g. newspaper)
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5 Making/Receiving Fax Calls
Loading documents
€ Open the document feeder tray.
>
№
© Insert the documents FACE DOWN until a
beep tone is heard.
—The unit can accept up to 15 sheets of
paper at a time.
© Adjust the document guides to the width of the
documents.
@ Adjust the resolution by pressing
RESOLUTION if needed (see be
Notes:
e Remove clips, staples or other similar objects
from a document before feeding it into the unit.
Also check that all ink, paste or correction fluid
on the document has completely dried.
e/f the top edge of the document is curled. make it
flat and insert the document.
Setting resolution
Depending on the quality of the originals, you can select the desired resolution by pressing the
RESOLUTION button repeatediy. Use the button when the document has been fed into the unit.
; STANDARD | Suitable for printed or typewritten originals with normal-sized characters.
L —
FINE | Suitable for originals with small printing.
SUPER FINE Suitable for originals with minute printing.
HALF TONE | Useful for originals containing photographs, shaded drawings, etc.
Notes:
e Using these features except the standard resolution will increase the transmission time.
e The super fine resolution only works between other compatible machines. TT
e /f the selling is changed during feeding, it will be effective from the next sheet.
e To enhance the resolution settings, see page 45.
Sending 16 or more sheets
If you wish to send 16 or more sheets at a time, insert the first 15 sheets of the document. Add the extra
sheets, up to 15 sheets at a time, before the last sheet is fed into the unit.
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5 Making/Receiving Fax Calls
Transmitting documents
You can transmit documents without using the handset or the SP-PHONE button.
O Insert the documents FACE DOWN until a
beep tone is heard.
O Enter the phone number.
—If incorrect, press the STOP button, then
enter the correct number.
€) Press START/SET.
— The unit will start to dial and transmit the
documents.
Note:
e /f there is no answer or the line is busy, the unit
will automatically redial the number up to 3 times.
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Receiving documents
Manual reception
When in the TEL mode or during a telephone conversation, you can receive documents as follows.
| © When the unit rings, press SP-PHONE or lift
| the handset to answer the call.
@ Press START/SET when document reception is
required or when you hear a slow beep or
silence.
Ed If using the handset, replace on the cradle.
— The unit will start reception.
Note:
e TO interrupt reception, press the STOP button.
The unit will stop receiving.
Automatic reception
Set the receive mode to ANS/FAX, TEL/FAX or FAX by pressing RECEIVE MCDE.
When a fax call comes in, the unit will automatically activate the fax function tu receive documents.
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6 Operating the Answering Device
6 Operating the Answering Device
Setup of voice message and document reception
The unit can save a total of 15 minutes of voice recordings in memory. The unit has four memory
jocations—common memory and three mailbox memories.
1 To set the unit to record incoming voice messages and receive documents,
select ANS/FAX mode by pressing RECEIVE MODE.
— The display wili show the time remaining for recording incoming messages
for about 2 seconds.
|
[ TIME LEFT=12MIN
i
Notes:
e /f the incoming messages are noisy, the recording time might be less than 15 minutes.
e The recording time for incoming messages can be set to either LONG (2 minutes 30 seconds) or SHORT
(1 minute). It is preset to LONG. To change the setting, see page 11.
® To maximise recording time, erase messages that are no longer required.
ef rua a ari
LA II FRIOS | AS
When new incoming messages have been recorded, the NEW MESSAGES indicator will flash and the call
counter will show the total number of messages.
If the message alert feature is set to on, the unit will alert the user with a slow beep if a caller's message has
been recorded (see page 29).
HB Playing back newly recorded messages:
NEW MESSAGES Press NEW MESSAGES.
— The unit will begin to play back new
massages,
At the end of the last message, 3 beeps will
sound.
BE Playing back al! the recorded messages:
Open the station key panel and press ALL
MESSAGES.
— The unit will begin to play back al the
recorded messages.
At the end of the last message, 3 beeps will
sound.
ALL MESSAGES During playback, the display will show the number
of the message being played.
ICM PLAYING
Cs
pat
Saving messages:
The unit will save the incoming messages automatically, if the user does not erase them.
Note:
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whenever the station key panel is opened.
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6 Operating the Answering Device
Functions during playback
| aa SKIP
ELTERN
m Repeating a message:
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message.
E Skipping a message:
Press SKIP to skip to the next message.
E Stopping playback:
Press STOP.
— If you wish to resume playback, press the
NEW MESSAGES or ALL MESSAGES button
within 1 minute after pressing the STOP
button.
Note:
e These functions can be used while recorded
messages in a mailbox are being played back
(see page 50).
START/SET
п 1 SE
Ke
HN Erasing a specific message from memory:
Press ERASE while the message you want to
delete is being played.
B Erasing all messages from memory:
1. Press ERASE after listening to all the
messages.
| ТОМ ZRASE ОХ?
2. Press START/SET for confirmation.
1
| ERA E COMPLETED
Un
— The unit will delete all the recorded
messages in the common memory.
—If this feature is not required, press the
ERASE button again or the STOP button
instead of the START/SET button.
Note:
e These fealures can be used for the mailbox
feature. To erase messages in a mailbox, you
must first select the mailbox by pressing the
MAIL BOX button (see page 50).
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6 Operating the Answering Device
Recording a memo message
If the user is going out and wants to leave a private message for someone, they can record a voice memo in
the unit. This can be played back afterward either directly or remotely, exactly like any other messages.
@ Open the station key panel, then press
о МЕМО/2\МАУ ВЕС.
@ Immediately after the beep, speak clearly and
loudly into the microphone.
© When finished, press MEMO/2WAY REC
again or STOP.
— The cali counter on the display will increase
by one.
Notes:
e When memory becomes full while recording, the
unit will stop recording automatically and & beeps
will be heard. Erase some or all messages (see
page 27).
e This feature can be used for the mailbox feature.
To record, you must first select the required
mailbox by pressing the MAIL BOX button. Then
follow the steps detailed above.
Recording a telephone conversation
While speaking with someone on the telephone, the conversation can be recorded.
Q During the conversation, open the station key
pane! and press MEMO/2 WAY REC.
Z2WAY RECORDING
—A beep sounds every 15 seconds to notify the
caller that the conversation is being recorded.
© To stop recording, press MEMO/2WAY REC
again or STOP.
or
Hang up after the conversation.
— The call counter on the display will increase
by one.
Note:
e This feature can be used for the mailbox feature.
To record, you must first select the required
mailbox by pressing the MAIL BOX button. Then
follow the steps detailed above.
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6 Operating the Answering Device
Setting the message alert
When this feature is set, the unit will emit a slow beep if a caller's message has been recorded in the
common memory.
Press MENU. © [БЕ CALL a Press A or V to select
. = “ON”.
SYSTZM Sor v= | : | ‚ | — 7
| a | REDIALPAUSE | | MODEZ=CH AY: |
| me — this feature is not
: required, select “OFF”.
|
,
|| Or | Press START/SET to
| -- START/ISET store the setting.
| =
ОФ
KODE=OFF vi | © Press MENU to end the
— | program
0 MENU)
| i |
Note:
e This feature does not work when an incoming message is recorded in the mailbox. No
E — o PU == E On = = == — —
When this feature is set and the remaining time to record incoming messages becomes less than
60 seconds, the unit wili alert the user with a siow beep.
Press MENU. © Freecall Press A or ¥ to select
— | : “ON”,
| 1,SYSTEM SET UP - —# — ———
— | = “Sa | HODE=OH AY]
| - — —lf this feature is not
Press #43. | required, select "OFF".
| ||
| ВЕС. ТОМЕ ALERT | O Press START/SET to
| . START/[SET| store the setting.
>
Press START/SET.
MODE=QFT [AV] | | O | Press MENU to end the
: E : program.
орт i
| | Y MENU) |
E |
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7 Automatic Dialling
7 Automatic Dialling
The unit's memory allows you to use both one-touch dialling (up to 8 phone numbers) and speed dialling (up
to 22 phone numbers) for rapid access to your most frequently diatied numbers.
One-touch dialling: The unitis equipped with 4 direct call station keys, each of which is divided into an
upper station and a lower station.
Speed dialling: The unit is equipped with additional 22 dialling stations. These stations are assigned
to 2-digit numbers (00-21).
Storing tel/fax numbers for automatic dialling
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Press MENU repeatedly O Enter a phone number
until the following is up to 30 digits in length.
displayed.
A
Press START/SET to
&-a For one-touch dialling:
store the number.
For upper stations 1 to
4:
Press one of the direct
call station keys.
Example: Station 4
Enter the station name
(up to 10 aipha-numeric
characters) by following
the instructions on
| <504>=
L
or
For lower stations 5 to page 31.
8:
Press LOWER, then Press START/SET to
press one of the direct store ine station name.
call station keys. — To program other
Example: Station 8 stations, repeat from
í a de step 2.
| <LWR>
Press STOP to end the
| <S08>= program.
@-b For speed dialling: |
—— Press #, then press a
2-digit number (00-21).
Example: Station #00
<AQ0>=
Notes:
e To enter a hyphen in a phone number, press the LOWER key. A hyphen is counted as 2 digits.
® /f you make a mistake while programming, press the STOP button, then make the correction.
® To erase a programmed phone number, press the STOP button in step 3 when the cursor is positioned on
the beginning of the number.
e Coníim ihai phone numbers and iheir siaïion names have been correciiy siored by printing ihe isiephone
number list. See page 62.
e When you wish a phone number not to appear on the display and the telephone number list, you can keep
a whole or a portion of the number secret. Press the SECRET key before and behind the phone number
you wish to keep secret. Pressing the SECRET key once counts as two digits.
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7 Automatic Dialling
—
To enter characters
This dial keypad and the direct call station 1 are used as alphabet and symbol character input keys when
you enter station names for automatic diallers,
Pressing each key will alternately select a character as shown below. —
When the desired character is displayed, press $ to move the cursor to the right and enter the next
character.
Number of pressing tim
Keys | umber of pressing times |
| 1 | 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ; 10 11 12 13
| TN о :
MON -
(3) D'E | F; d|e ; t 3
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(SG) Jk Lj kis
(6) ImINlo|lmIinjo le |
(7) P Q R S p q r $ 7
<8) T U \ t Ч \ 8
\ A | —
(9) w: x | y, z|w | x ! y | = of |
| (©) 0 (Co) <> ! « # | s | %Y 8 | Y
JE — = - | | |
lo | ? | 1х | @ | ^^! | |
(Ge) : 4 key (Used to move the cursor to the left)
(a) — | D key (Used to move the cursor to the right) |
For example, when entering “Kate” as the station name:
O Press 5 twice, then press #. €) Press 8 four times, then press #.
Г
| KAME=Xa
NANE-K ||
© Press 2 four times, then press #. | O) Press 3 five times.
10
г
It
{1
0
| NAME=Xa | -
Notes.
e If vou make a mistake while programming, use # or X key to move the cursor to the incorrect character,
then make the correction.
® Sce page 14 for special command keys for changing entered data.
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7 Automatic Dialling
Making voice calls using automatic dialling
You can dial a phone number automatically using one-touch dialling and speed dialling.
Before using automatic diaiiing, make sure that the desired telephone numbers nave been stored in memory.
For storing phone numbers, see page 30.
>
:
"
OQ Press SP-PHONE or lift the handset.
@-2 Using one-touch dialling:
E When using the upper stations 1 to 4:
Press the desired direct call station key.
E When using the lower stations 5 to 8:
Proge | OWER thon press the docired
Tog Ug Ma” EE Wa WW o ll Rl’ TT e Wl 5
direct call station key.
O > Using speed dialling:
Press DIRECTORY, then press # and the
desired 2-digit number (00-21).
Helprul hint:
e You can also use the electronic telephone
directory to make a voice call (see page 34).
Transmitting documents using automatic dialling
You can transmit documents automatically using one-touch dialling and speed dialling.
Before using automatic dialling, make sure that the desired telephone numbers have been stored in
memory. For storing phone numbers, see page 30.
© Insert the documents FACE DOWN until a
beep tone is heard.
€)-a Using one-touch dialling:
E When using the upper stations 1 to 4:
Press the desired direct call station key.
E When using the tower stations 5 to 8:
Press LOWER, then press the desired
direct call station key.
€)-b Using speed dialling:
Press DIRECTORY, then press # and the
desired 2-digit number (00-21).
Note:
e /f there is no answer or the line is busy. the unit
will automatically redial the number up to 3 times.
rin. — LE a
To cancei the rediailing, Press ine STOP button.
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8 Copier Function
8 Copier Function
Making a copy
Any transmittable document can be copied (see page 23). To make a copy, follow the steps below.
© Insert the documents FACE DOWN.
O Press COPY.
— The unit will start copying.
Notes:
e When copying, the unit will automatically select
the FINE resolution. Depending on ihe originais,
select the desired resolution (see page 24).
e You can make or receive voice calls while
making a copy.
e To interrupt a copy, press the STOP button. The
Unit will stop copy operation and eject the
documents.
9 Advanced Operations
9 Advanced Operations
Electronic telephone directory .
The station names stored in memory for automatic dialling wili be automatically registered in the electronic
telephone directory in alphabetical order.
With the electronic telephone directory feature, you can make a fax or voice call by selecting the desired
station name on the display.
How to use the electronic telephone directory
To search a station name and make a voice or fax cal, proceed as follows.
If you wish to send a fax, insert the documents into the document feeder first.
@ Press DIRECTORY.
SELECT INDEX
@ M Press a dial key to which the initial of a
station name is assigned (see index table).
Example: To search a name with the initial
ay”
Press 6 repeatedly until the first station
name with the initial “N” is displayed and
press Y until the desired name is displayed.
or
E Press A or Y repeatediy until the desired
name is displayed.
© Press START/SET.
|
—The unit will start dialling.
—H a document has been fed into the unit, the
transmission wii! start.
Index tabie
Dial inday Dial ina
key | TT key eT
aha 7 -| P.Q.RS.7
.» |ABC2? 8 | T.U,V,8
3 |D,E.F,3 —B | W,X, Y,Z9
4 |G,H,1,4 To -|o
5-—{ J,K, L,5 E. :3€--| Other symbols
e RA NOA E Id /Hend far anna A Hinltinn
D Vi, IN, 4, O A] (USEG TUN SPCcC Cidming.
| See page 32.)
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9 Advanced Operations | LE В ES
Polling
The polling feature allows you to receive a document from another compatible machine where you pay for
the call as opposed to the document being sent to you, thereby saving the other party call charges. Your
machine can nerform both transmit and receive polling.
№ 5” a a | o" NO aa
Receive Polling
You place the call and recover a document from another machine.
Maxe sure that no documents have been fed into your unit and that the other party's machine is ready for
your call.
Press MENU repeatedly | € с Enter the phone number
until the following is о СОС Z | by using one-touch
displayed. | | СОС dialling, speed dialling or
E INIA | afuilnumber.
2. POLLING DD
Press START/SET. | ег Press START/SET.
- | “START/SET —When using speed
МО. = | | TT dialling, press
| | ® J) | START/SET again,
e a | —The unit will start
polling.
Notes:
= ire receiving unit incirs any terephone Charges.
e /fihere is no answer or the line is busy, the unit will automatically redial the number up to 3 times. To
cancel the redialling, press the STOP button,
e Some information services may not work in polling mode. in this case manual reception should be used.
Dial the number of the service. When the voice says to press the stan button, press the START/SET
button.
Transmit polling
A document stored in your machine can be recovered by another parties machine.
To let other machines retrieve documents loaded on vour unit, proceed as follows.
-—H this feature is not
required, select "OFF".
QI TT Set the unit in the : O Press START/SET,
RECEIVE MODE | ANS/FAX, TEL/FAX or START/ISET] _
= FAX mode by pressing | = | MODE=OFF AY:
RECEIVE MODE. | v ) _ - xe
| _ |
Insert the documents | OQ | Press A or Y to select
FACE DOWN. | | “ON”.
| | REDIAL/PAUSE HCDE=0H AV]
Press MENU repeatedly
until the following is |
| MENU I displayed. O Press START/SET.
E START/SET] Г —
KB a | SOLED OM
| 7 v | |
Note:
® When delayed transmission (see page 36) is set to ON, this feature is not available.
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9 Advanced Operations
Delayed transmission
Using a built-in clock, this unit can send documents automatically at a specific time. This allows you to take
advantage of iow-cosi calling rates given by some telephone companies.
The delayed transmission can be reserved to take place up to 24 hours ahead.
Insert the documents O
FACE DOWN.
Enter the phone number
using one-touch dialling,
speed dialling or a full
number.
— You can use the
electronic telephone
Press MENU. directory (see
расе 34).
Press START/SET to
store the number.
—When using speed
dialling, press
START/SET again.
Press #25.
| DELAYED XMT
Enter the transmission
start time.
Press START/SET.
MODE=OFF [AY] Example: 11:00PM
Press 1100, then press #
to select PM.
—To select AM, press À.
Press 4 or Y to select
“ON”.
Press START/SET to
store the setting.
| MODE=ON [AV]
—If this feature is not
required, select “OFF”,
Press MENU to end the
program.
Press START/SET.
NO. = —Whan the
programmed tine has
come, the unit will
automatically start
transmission.
Notes:
e Do not enter 24 hour clock time as this unit will only accept 12 hour clock entries.
e /f there is no answer or the line is busy, the unit will automatically redial the number up to 3 times.
e You can receive, transmit and copy documents while the delayed transmission is set. To copy or transmit
documents, remove documents from the tray and replace them when you have finished.
® [f the programmed start time has passed during a power failure, delayed transmission will be attempted
soon after the power is restored.
e When polling transmission feature (see page 35) is set tc ON, this feature is not available.
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9 Advanced Operations
Remote fax receiving using an extension phone
If you have an extension phone connected to the same line, it is possible to receive a fax message into your
facsimile unit by using the extension phone.
This saves you the trouble of going to the facsimile unit and pressing the START button.
Important:
e This feature is available when you receive a call.
e To activate this feature, use a touch tone telephone as an extension phone and dial the remote fax
acifvalion code. The remote fax activation code is set to "<> 7 as a preselected setting.
Using an extension phone
O If a slow beep (fax calling tone) is heard or the
other party wishes to send you a fax, press the
remote fax activation code.
€) Replace the handset on the cradle.
—The facsimile unit will activate the fax
function to receive documents.
Notes:
e When pressing remote tax activation code,
please press and hold the button for 1 second at
a time,
e The number of the remote fax activation code
can be changed to another one. See below.
Changing the remote fax activation code
Your code can be from 1 to 4 digits long. The numbers 0 through 9 and character 3 may be used.
(e.g. ¥¥, 123, 123%)
Enter the new code
number. Ke
O Ecos] Press MENU.
|
| ++ SYSTUEM S=T TP |
Press #41. Press START/SET to
store the number.
REMOTE FAX ACT.
Press START/SET. Press MENU to end the
program.
ODE =k
Note:
e [f the remote fax activation code is set to “0000”, the unit does not work property.
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Junk mail prohibitor
This feature will prohibit reception from unauthorised fax machines.
with this feature set, this Unit Wili oniy receive irom facsimile machines whose numbers are stored for. —
automatic dialling. SE
If you wish to receive documents from other machines, advise the caller 10 use manual transmission and
enter the prohibitor ID (see page 39) before initiating Transmission.
important:
e To activate this feature, set the unit in the ANS/FAX, TEL/FAX or FAX mode and ler the unit receive
documents automatically.
® When in the ANS/FAX or TEL/FAX mode, Iransmission using the prohibitor ID is available {see page 39).
e When manual reception is used, the documents from any transmitting station will be received.
e If the transmitting machines have not been programmed with their facsimile telephone numbers, the unit
will not be able to receive documents automatically.
Setting the junk mail prohibitor
oO | Press MENU. O Press START/SET to
i , . BTARTASET] | store the setting.
С Menu! | > SYSTEM SET UP un > с
- | ID=22
oO Press #24. If you wish to change the
junk mai! prohibitor ID,
enter the desired 2-digit
number.
—0, # and x cannot be
æ (4) © JUNK MATL PROH.
used.
© Press START/SET.
START/[SET] o | Press START/SET tc
Fe MODE=OFF ‘AVI! ... STARTSET store the number.
® 37:5 —_ .
IL a Ф } 3
O Press A or Y to select
Sn "ON". O Press MENU to end the
o “e 1 program.
PELA E MODE=ON AY]
— If this feature is not )
required, select “OFF”.
Note:
e The junk mail prohibitor ID must be different from the first 2 di igits of the remote ANS ID ) (see page 53). For
example, if the remote ANS ID is set to “321”, do not use “377 as a junk mail prohibitor 1D.
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9 Advanced Operations
Transmitting documents to your unit with the prohibitor 1D
If the junk mail prohibitor feature is activated, automatic fax reception from unauthorised stations will not be
available. However, in this instance, a caller can transmit documents to your unit manually by entering the
prohibitor IN.
[ssue the prohibitor ID to callers with priority status.
Important:
e Transmission with the prohibitor ID is activated when your unit is in the ANS/FAX or TEL/FAX mode.
Instructions for caller:
EE]
= DEE) e CEN)
(A)
EEE]
BINGIS
| {Your phone
number)
{Prohibitor ID)
O A caller may call your unit.
© H When your unit is in the ANS/FAX mode:
They may enter the prohibitor 1D while the
greeting message is being played or during
incoming message recording mode.
OR
E When your unit is in the TEL/FAX mode:
They may enter the prohibitor ID while the
different ring back tone is heard.
Fr, АЙ лее E E
VELEZ CL AA LAIA POLEA A, LA y TICA JE Мо,
start or transmit button to start the fax
transmission.
E
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Special settings -
Logo print position
Your logo, telephone number, date, time and page number will be printed on the transmitted document from
your unit in the following manner.
OUT: Outside of the transmitted documents image area.
IN: Inside of the transmitted document's image area.
E FE e FE Bl | ag E A ый uh wl a" e fal
OFF: Not printed.
Press MENU, Press A or Y to select
the desired setting.
1.SYSTEM SET UP!
Press #21.
: LOGO POSITION
Press START/SET to
store your selection.
Press START/SET. Press MENU to end the
program.
MODE=OUT [AV]
Overseas transmission mode
You may experience difficulty in transmitting documents overseas. When this feature is set to on, it will
become easy to send documents as the transmission speed is slowed down.
Press MENU. Press 4 or Y to select
“ON”.
m I
UN
di |
y |)
1.5YSTEM SET UP
Ш
E a
"a 3
TRY 3
| 3 h
Y :
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xh a
a оо
A 1 = | EME
e
MODE=CN [AW]
| Press #23. — 3 this feature is not
TAI IFA calar NEC
o 7, РС ий “т =
OVERSEAS MODE
Press START/SET to
store your selection.
Press START/SET.
| MODE=CFF [AY]
T
1
|
L
Press MENU to end the
program.
Then start transmission
procedure (see pages 25
and 32).
Notes:
e After the transmission has completed, this feature will be tumed off automatically.
e When using this feature, transmission time will increase.
40
G Advanced Operations - ВО LL 20 | неее писк dE EEE.
Setting the day/night mode
You may wish to use the unit as a telephone and facsimile ( TEL/FAX mode) during the business hours and
switch to the answering device (ANS/FAX mode) during off hours.
Win ihis jealure on, the unit wil auiomancany switen the receiving mode
the operators assistance.
Press MENU, Enter the time at which
| the day mode (TEL/FAX
1.SYSTEMX SET UP | | mode) starts.
Example:
+ = | The TEL/FAX mode
| = starts at 3:00AM.
Press #32. Press 0900, then press
¥ to select AM.
DAY/NIGFT MODE | |
: TA LEN
| | DAY =C9:0CAM
O > 1 Press START/SET.
Press START/SET. | E —START/SET] |
| == == | NTGNT=12:05AM
MODE=CIF AY:
Enter the time at which
the night mode
Press 4 or Y to select
“ON”, (ANS/FAX mode) starts.
Example:
MCDE=0H AY: The ANS/FAX mode
starts at 5:00PM.
—lf this feature 15 not Press 0500, then press #
required, select "OFF". to select PM.
Press START/SET to | NIGET=C5:002M
store the selection.
Drace CTA RT/QET tn
Ft dF Am ¥ F REF FF
store the setting.
e
Press MENU to end the Г
program.
Noles:
e Do not enter 24 hour clock time as this unit will only accept 12 hour clock entries.
e [f you select another receiving mode manually when this feature is on, the unit will keep the receiving
mode that you selected until either day or night mode starts.
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Paper save reception/copy
When this feature is set, the unit will print faxes and copies half their original length.
important:
e This fealure will not work, DO
— when receiving documents sent in fine resolution or other nonstandard resolution.
— when making a copy in the fine, super fine or half tone resolution.
Sample of paper save print:
Qrlginal Tdaciment
OA = = —_—
— ABODEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
| ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
| ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
- ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQORSTUVWXYZ |
| ABCDEFGHUKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUYWXYZ
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ
ABCDEFGHIJK: MNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
ASCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ
ABCDEFGHIIKL MNOPORS™ VWXYZ
| ABCDEFGHUKLMNOPORSTUVWAYZ
ABCCOEFGMLIK: MAKTEDAS TU VA YS
===
ull
N
Printed document
| ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUYWXYZ |
i
]
To activate this feature, proceed as follows:
Press A or Y to select
“ON”.
1 Press MENU.
(MENU 1.SYSTEM SET UP
MODE=UN AY:
ss —Îf this feature is not
er Press #33 required, select “OFF”.
(2)(3)(5)| | Paper save
Press START/SET to
store your selection.
O! Press START/SET.
Press MENU ta end the
program.
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Extension copy
When this feature is set, the unit will produce copies twice the length of the original.
This feature is useful for restoring faxes and copies made in the paper save mode (see page 42) to the
length of the original document.
Sample of extended copy:
Original document
| ABCDEFGHIJKIMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ |
| ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ ‘
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ |
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ |
ARCDEFGHIJKE MNOPORSTUVWXYZ
ABCDEFGHIVKLMNOPGASTUVWXYZ
ABCOEEGHIJKLMNOPORS TUVWXYZ
ABCOEFGHIKLMNCPGRSTLVWX YZ
ABCDEFSAMALMASPCAST АМКУ
ABCCEFSA IX ME POCRS JVvwErZ
- — 110" "==
Y Extended copy
| ABCDEFGHUKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ |
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ |
| ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ
| ABCOEFGHUKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ |
| ABCDEFGHIIKLMNOPORSTUVWXYZ |
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V7
To make an extension copy, proceed as foilows:
Insert the documents ° @ Press COPY.
FACE DOWN. COPY —
Ca | | COPYING | Ke
| Co —The unit will start
| printing.
|
|
|
Press MENU.
e — Press MENU to end the
| + SYSTEM SET UP o i operation.
Press #34,
EXTENSION COPY |
9 Advanced Operations
Setting the recall mode
— 2 „= a
IE = = "a Bes. = ali.
If YOu are unsure of which setting
When this unit is used as an extension of a PABX (Private Automatic Branch Exchange), the RECALL
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u.
piition Will alow access 10 FABA functions such ads Call War ster and
to use please consult the supplier of the PABX.
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The following choices are available: ——
T_BR: Time Break Recall
E_RE: Earth Recall
Note:
e For British Telecom “Star Services”, set your Recall to Time Break.
Press MENU. Press A or Y to select
the desired mode.
Press #35. Press START/SET to
store the setting.
RECALL: MODE
Press START/SET. Press MENU to end the
program.
MODE=T BR [AY]
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Setting the contrast mode
Use this feature when you need to transmit and copy a document with very faint writing/print or very dark
writing/print.
The following choices are available:
NORMAL.: Used for a document with normal writing/print.
LIGHT: Used for a document with very faint writing/print.
DARKER: Used for a document with very dark writing/print.
These settings are available in the standard, fine and super fine resolutions.
Set this feature before starting transmission or copying by following the steps below.
Press A or Y to select
Press MENU. O -R
EF the desired mode.
i. SYSTEM SET CF
Press #46. Press START/SET to
store the setting.
ORIGINAL
Press START/SET. Press MENU to end the
program.
Note:
* Th's feature will return to the normal mode after the transmission or copying has completed.
Resetting the advanced features
Use this feature to return the advanced features of #21 thr
ugh #63 (see page 67) to their initial settings.
Press MENU. Press START/SET.
1.SYS?EM SET UP RESET OK? a
.
—If this feature is not e
Press #80. required, press the
sm STOP button.
SET DEFAULT
Press START/SET again
for confirmation.
RESET COMPLZTED
Press START/SET.
RES=T=NO AY:
Press MENU to end the
program.
Press A or Y to select
“YES”,
9 Advanced Operations
Voice contact
You can have a voice conversation on the same call after fax transmission or reception is completed.
This saves the extra expense and time of making a subsequent telephone call to discuss the information
sent over the fax.
Important:
e This feature works only when the other party’s unit is equipped with the voice contact/call reservation
feature.
Initiating voice contact
2, Mm
8
3
5
я
transmitting or receiving
- - — Your unit will call the other party with a
; distinctive ring.
| | O when the other party answers, the unit will
| 2 © Sol — о = emit a distinctive ring. While ringing. press
BS SP-PHONE/VOICE STDBY again or lift the
e | handset to start speaking.
O CAL > A
т Notes:
=
® /f you initiate voice contact while transmitting
documents, you can speak after all the
documents have been transmitted.
e If you initiate voice contact while receiving
documents, you can speak after the current page
of the documents is received.
e You can initiate the voice contact by lifting the
nandsei during transmission or reception.
ef the other party does not answer, the line will! be
disconnected automatically.
Receiving a request for voice contact
if the other party initiates voice contact, your unit will emit a distinctive ring after the transmission or
reception is completed.
When a distinctive ring is heard, press SP-PHONE/VOICE STORY or lift the handset, then start speaking.
Note:
® /f you do not answer within 10 seconds of hearing the distinctive ring, one of the following occurs:
— When the unit is in the ANS/FAX mode, it will play back your greeting message and record the incoming
voice message. —- -
— When the unit is in the TEL/FAX, FAX or TEL mode, the line will be disconnected.
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9 Advanced Operations
TONE, RECALL and PAUSE buttons
TONE button
The TONE (X) button is used when your line has a rotary pulse dial
service, Pressing the button allows you to change temporarily from pulse to
tone mode during a dialling operation,
When you hang up, the unit will automatically return to pulse mode.
Note:
e TONE can be stored into a phone number for automatic dialling.
The RECALL button is used to access some of the features of your host
PABX (Private Automatic Branch Exchange) or special telephone company
services (optional) such as call waiting. Contact your telephone company
for details.
E О me 1 Note:
® RECALL can be stored into a phone number for automatic dialling.
Example: British Telecom call waiting
1. Ensure that you have set the RECALL MODE to the T-BR (Time Break
Recall). See page 44.
2. When the call waiting tone is heard during a conversation, press the
RECALL button.
3. When the dial tone is heard, dial 2.
The first party is put on hold and you can have a conversation with the
second party.
4. To keep the present calf and return to the first call:
Press the RECALL button, and when dial tone is heard dial 2.
To terminate the first call: e
Press the RECALL bution, and when dial tone is heard dial 0.
To terminate the present call and return to the first call:
Press the RECALL button, and when dial tone is heard dial 1.
PAUSE button
uz Pressing the REDIAL/PAUSE button causes a dialling delay of
1, я = = |
...-.. REDIAL/PAUSE 31% seconds in the dialling sequence
SE (J vi Example-1: When your unit is connected to a host exchange, insert a
3 pause as follows to get an gQuicida line,
— — _ 1 : I f
| 9 |-— PAUSE — i Phone number
Бо
|
— LIne access number
Example-2: If a transmission error occurs frequently when making an
overseas transmission, add two pauses at the end of the
phone number.
intemal | |
; International | Country | Phone number | | PAUSE || PAUSE
| access code | code | | di
Note:
e PAUSE can be stored into a phone number for automatic dialling.
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9 Advanced Operations
Voice mailbox
The unit has four memory locations—eommon memory and three maiitbox memories. The greeting
messages and incoming calls can be recorded into each memory location. |
This feature is useful when the unit is shared with other people and you wish the caller to record directly to
your mailbox.
Your caller can leave a message in a specific mailbox, and only the person who knows the password can
retrieve the message from the mailbox.
This unit has three personal mailboxes and you can program a password for each one of them.
To use mailbox
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Record personal greeting message(s) into the mailbox(es) (see below).
Program each mailbox password (see page 49).
In order to leave a message into a mailbox, the owner(s) of the maiibox{es) must inform callers in
advance of their mailbox number.
Pon
Note:
e Greeting messages and incoming calls will be recorded in common memory unless the user sefects a
mailbox.
Recording a personal greeting message for a mailbox
Record a personal greeting message for each mailbox. This will be played back to the cailer who selects the
specific mailbox. Each greeting message can be recorded up to 16 seconds.
@ Open the station key panel.
@ Press GREETING SELECT until the desired
mailbox number is dispiayed.
Example: Mailbox 2
| BOX2 -GREETING
E) Press GREETING REC.
—A long beep will be heard.
| BOX2 REC. 16s
O Immediately after the iong beep, speak clearly
and loudly into the microphone.
© When finished, press STOP.
Note:
e We recommend a brief greeting message to leave more time for incoming messages. If you do not record
a mailbox greeting message, incoming messages can be recorded after the long beep.
8 Advanced Operations
Programming the mailbox password
Program your own password for your mailbox to prevent other users from retrieving messages. You can
choose any 3-digit number except a number including “O”.
Press MENU.
1.5YSTEM SET U?
For the mailbox 1, press
#51.
For the mailbox 2, press
#52.
For the mailbox 3, press
#53.
Example: Mailbox 1
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Press START/SET.
NEW NO.=
Notes:
—When you have programmed the password
before and wish to change it:
Г
| OLD NC.
L-—
||
1. Enter the current password.
2. Press START/SET.
Е NO.
Enter the new password
(111-999).
i
Press START/SET to
store the setting.
— Ta program other
passwords, repeat
trom step 2.
Press MENU to end the
program.
e We recommend that you do not use seven (7) as a password number, because this number is used as the
gresting message re-recording command for remote operations.
e If you forget your password, consult with your service centre.
How incoming messages are recorded into each mailbox
In order to leave a message in a mailbox, the owner(s) of the mailbox(es) must inform their callers of their
mailbox number in advance and set the unit in the ANS/FAX mode.
Saw
ea A caller may call your unit it {from a touch tone
al Te a VOL _— ©
telepnone only).
—The common greeting message will be
heard.
(СВ
@ They may press À, then enter the desired
mailbox number (1-3).
-— The personal greeting message will be
heard, followed by a long beep.
€ They may leave a message in the mailbox.
Note:
e /f a caller does not specify the mailbox in step 2,
the message will be recorded into the common
memory.
9 Advanced Operations
Retrieving messages in the mailbox
When there is a new message in a mailbox, the maithox indicator will flash on the dispíay.
Example: A new incoming message has been recorded in mailbox 2.
—)
[ense] PELEA TE]
Г. O Press MAIL BOX repeatedly until the desired
| mailbox number is displayed.
Example: The mailbox number is 2.
| Box2 G2
O Enter the mailbox password.
Example: The password is 555 (factory
setting).
PASSWORD=555
— The unit wilt automatically play back newty
recorded messages.
BOXZ PLAYING C1
€) To exit the mailbox, press MAIL BOX.
Notes:
e If no new messages are recorded, the unit will play back all the messages recorded in the mailbox.
® The ALL MESSAGES, REPEAT, SKIP and STOP buttons can be used.
e /f you leave the mailbox password set to “555” (factory setting), you need not enter the password in
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Erasing recorded messages in the mailbox
E Erasing specific messages in the mailbox:
Press ERASE while the message you want to
erase is piaying.
E Erasing ali messages in the maiibox:
@ Press MAIL BOX repeatedly until the
desired mailbox number is displayed.
Example: Mailbox 1
O Press ERASE.
BOXI ERASE OY?
€) Press START/SET for confirmation.
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9 Advanced Operations
Retrieving messages in the mailbox from a remote location
The following operation allows the unit to play back voice messages stored in the mailbox from a remote
location. В LL Lin à
The feature is available when the unit is in the ANS/FAX mode. —-
EE O € Call your unit from a touch tone telephone.
uo de SEE TO — The common greeting message wili be
= —(Yourphope -. | heard.
E a number ERE CL TIT
E ELE LA © Press x, then press the desired mail box
number (1-3).
— The personal greeting message will be
heard.
€) Press the mailbox password (3-digit).
—A long beep and short beep(s) will sound,
Short beep(s) indicate(s) the number of
newly recorded message(s).
Short beeps will sound up to 8 times even if
9 or more calls are recorded.
@ Press 4 for new message playback.
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Setting the mailbox alert
When this feature is set, the unit will emit a slow beep if a message has been recorded in a mailbox.
Press À or Y to select
=" REDIALPAUSE | | MODE=CH [AV]
ee; —
Tee DZ
Press MENU.
— If this feature is not a
required, select “OFF”. Ke
Press #50.
| MALL ROX ALERT | | o
|
I Press START/SET to
..START/{SET] store the setting.
| Press MENU to end the
{ program,
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Operating the answering device from a remote phone
You can access your unit and retrieve the incoming messages from a remote location with a touch tone
teiephone.
Summary of remote operations
Call your unit.
! | Го | Skipping a greeting message
0 Ferna nera EEN
| i rer PU Payo SV.
— -
Press your
remote ANS ID.
l
|
Messages in the
common memory
can be retrieved.
+
Mailbox 1
Press 1.
1
Mailbox 2
Press X2.
Press mailbox 1
password.
Mallbox 3
Press x3.
1
TT
т
Press mailbox 2 Press mailbox 3
password.
Messages in
mailbox 1 can be
retrieved.
password.
+
T
4
Messages in Messages in
matlbox 2 can be mailbox 3 can be
retrieved. retrieved.
1
The following remote command keys are availabie.
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rs es
Repeating a message
(see page 54).
Skipping a message
(see page 54).
New message playback (see
pages 53 and 54).
All message piayback
(see pages 53 and 54).
Re-recording a greeting
message (see page 56).
== Stopping re-recording of a
greeting message (see
page 56).
se [a] Erasing a specific message
= (see page 55).
BES) Erasing all messages
(see page 55}.
> r=
|6. ДТ | Pager alert ON (see page 56).
Pager alert OFF
A {see page 56).
Note:
e During remote operation, the unit will be stopped and 2 beeps will be heard in the following conditions:
—2 minutes 40 seconds after your unit answered.
— Every 2 minutes 40 seconds after pressing the command button.
To listen tc further messages, dial “8” within 10 seconds after hearing two beeps.
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9 Advanced Operations
Programming the remote ANS ID
The remote ANS ID is used to access your answering device from a remote location with a touch tone
telephone.
Choose any number from 111 to 999 except a number including "0".
Make sure that the first 2 digits of the remote ANS ID are different from the junk mail prohibitor [D.
bo | program.
@ - - Press MENU. | © | Ре (3). | Enterthe desired
= | o number (111-999).
| X EOE
CONEY |
: Eos A — FE _ i
|
Qi Press START/SET to
| 2 START/ 1 store the setting.
| | | ®
a
| O | Press MENU to end the
|
Note:
e 12 recommend that you do not use seven (7) as an ID number, because this number is used as the
greeting message re-recording command for remote operations.
Listening to the recorded messages in the common memory
= O Call your unit.
E == | — The unit will play the greeting message.
“— (Your phone |
@) Press the remote ANS ID during the common
greeting message.
— A long beep and short beep(s) will sound.
3 Short beep(s) indicate(s) the number of
newly recorded messages.
Short beeps will sound up to 8 times even if
9 or more calls are recorded.
г
| €) Press 4 to listen to newly recorded messages.
| OR
Press 5 or wait for 4 seconds to listen to all the
recorded messages.
Note:
on e |f you hear 6 beep tones after playing back
messages, the memory is Tull. You must erase
some or all messages.
if you want to listen to messages in the mailbox after playing back messages in the common
memory;
1. Press X and 1, 2 or 3 (desired mailbox number).
2. Press the mailbox password.
3. Press 4 (for new message playback) or 5 (for all message playback) to play back messages.
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Retrieving the recorded messages in the mailbox
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Functions during playback
54
O Call your unit.
© Press x and the desired mailbox number
(1-3).
@ Enter a mailbox password during a personal
greeting message.
-—A long beep and short beep(s) will! sound.
Short beep(s) indicate(s) the number of
newiy recorded messages.
Short beeps will sound up to 8 times
9 or more calls are recorded.
Eme ra WE
WOHL Ai
O) Press 4 to iisten to newly recorded messages.
OR
Press 5 or wait for 4 seconds to listen to all the
recorded messages.
if you want to listen to messages in the other
memporv aftar plaving hack:
A EE y = = ar — ww m=
i. Press x, and 9 (for common memory).
Press À and other mailbox number 1, 2 or 3.
2. Press the mailbox password if you selected the
mailbox.
3. Press the direct remote command 4 or 5 to play
back messages.
Hl Repeating the current message:
Press 1 to repeat the message currently being played.
EN Skipping a message:
Press 2 to start to play the next message.
9 Advanced Operations
Erasing a specific message from memory
Press X 4 when the message you want to erase is being played.
— The unit will erase the message just played back.
— A long beep followed by three short beeps will be heard. Then the unit
will continue with the next message.
Erasing all messages from memory
You can erase all the recorded messages In the accessing memory. Ce ee
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Press x 5.
—A long beep followed by three short beeps will be heard.
— The unit will erase all the recorded messages.
Note:
® The greeting messages will not be erased in this operation.
Recording a marker message
After playing back the recorded messages, you can leave an additional message during the same call.
Wait for 3 beeps indicating the end of the remote operation and wait about 10 seconds for another 2 beeps
indicating that the unit is ready for recording, then you can leave your message.
3 beeps Г 2 beeps
\ — \
(remo operation a Marker message (date, time, ес)!
oven [ие (
\
10-second pause
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Re-recording a greeting message
You can change the content of the greeting message from a remote location.
789 == number) —
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— ew
HA Your phone — A
RER Your maiibox no. =
Turning on/off pager alert
€) Cali your unit.
@ WN For the common greeting message:
Dial your remote ANS 1D while the greeting
message is playing.
# For the mallbox greeting message:
Press and 1, 2 or 3 (desired maifbox
no.). Then enter the mailbox password.
© Press 7 to start re-recording after hearing a
beep.
—A long beep wili sound.
€) After hearing a long beep, speak clearly and
loudiy for un to 16 seconds.
—lf you pause for over 2 seconds while
recording, the unit will beep and stop the
greeting message recording. in this event,
repeat 1 from ctan 2 within 10) encande
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© When finished, press 8.
—The new greeting message will be played
back to confirm the content.
You can remotely turn on/off a pager aiert feature which has been programmed with a pager number in
advance (see page 57).
or
To skip the greeting message
@ Call your unit.
@ For the common pager alert, press the remote ANS ID.
For a mailbox pager alert, press À and the mailbox number (1, 2 or 3),
then press the mailbox password.
© To turn on the pager alent, press 61.
To turn off the pager alert, press 62.
Callers can record their messages without listening to the greeting message.
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They may cail your unit, then dial 0 during the greeting message playback.
— The unit will skip the rest of the greeting message and start recording.
9 Advanced Operations
Pager alert
The feature allows your unit to call your pager automatically each time an incoming message is recorded on
the unit.
You can set the pager number for each memory (common, mailbox 1, 2 and 3).
— If this feature is not
required, select “OFF”.
For common pager alert,
Press MENU. | O | LL Press A or Y to select
E | “ON”
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press #60.
o Press START/SET.
CONMC DRAGER | - START/SET] |
or = | © DA +
For mailbox 1 pager se |
alert, press #61. |
| OF. нд Enter your pager phone
| MAIL BOX1 PAGER = DPD | number.
| = 5 If necessary, press the
or = PAUSE bution.
For mailbox 2 pager | Please contact your
alert, press #62. pager company
regarding the proper
MAIL BCXZ PAGER pause time,
or | If your pager has the
For mailbox 3 pager ability to display phone
alert, press #63. | numbers, enter the
- number that you wish to
MAIL BOX3 PAGER appear in the display.
| Press "“#" if required by
; your pager company.
Press START/SET.
rT Press START/SET to
MODE=CFF ГАУ] | START/[SET] store the setting. 1
г
Press MENU to end the
program.
When “he pager beeps, call your unit from a touch tone telephone to retrieve the message.
Notes:
® You may enler a total of 30 digits and/or pauses in step 6 above.
® This feature can be turned on/off remotely from a touch tone phone (see page 56).
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The Mercury Residential Service
Mercury's Residential Service is a highly competitive telephone service for the residential and small
business user.
Most UK long distance and international calls are cheaper over Mercury, especially in the Economy period.
Mercury calls are rounded to the second, and charged to the nearest tenth of a penny. You will aiso receive
fully itemised bills. Mercury Customer Services are available 24 hours a day to provide the highest level of
customer service.
There are two ways to access Mercury, the Residential 132 Service and the Mercury PIN Codes Service.
You can find out the best method for you by calling Mercury Customer Services on FreeCail 0500-500 194
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line. Mercury Customer Services will be able to check whether Mercury is available in your area.
All Mercury's charges and tariffs are the same for both methods of accessing Mercury—the only difference
is how you connect to the Mercury network.
For Residentia! 132 Service customers
Once you have become a Mercury Residential 132 customer, you simply dial 132 before a long distance or
international cali to send it over the Mercury network.
The Mercury button on your unit comes with the digits 132' pre-stored in it.
To check that you have access to Mercury, press the SP-PHONE button, wait for the dial tone, press the
MERCURY button, and dial 132. This call is free of charge. You should be connected to a recorded
message welcoming you to the Mercury network. If you have any difficulties, please contact Mercury
Customer Services (Fault Reporting) on FreeCall 0500-500 193 (24 hours).
To send your long distance and international calls over Mercury, press the MERCURY button before the
STD code and telephone number of the person you are calling.
For further detalis on Mercury diag operation, see page 80.
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For Mercury PIN Codes Service customers —Programming the
MERCURY button with your PIN Code
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The PIN Code, which is similar to bank PIN number, identifies you as a Mercury customer an
be stored in the unit's memory using the MERCURY button.
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Before programming your unit with the Mercury PIN Code, you must ascertain which type of local BT
exchange you are connected. See page 21.
© Ensure that the unit is plugged into the BT
socket,
Reset the Mercury dial memory (see page 61).
O ZZ
If you are connected to
a Tone exchange:
Press PAUSE once
(twice if programming
proves unsuccessful).
Press MENU until the
following is displayed.
or
If you are connected to
a Pulse exchange:
Press TONE (x), then
press PAUSE.
Press MERCURY.
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== Dial the digits of the
Mercury PIN Code (part
Dial 131. 1 then part 2).
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Press START/SET to
store the setting.
Press STOP to end the
program. —
К
To check if the PIN Code has been programmed correctly, press the SP-PHONE button, wait for the dialling
tone, and press the MERCURY button (followed by 2 or 3 digit Cost Centre Code" if applicable) and dial
1500. This call is free of charge. During connection you will hear a series of short beeps. This is the Mercury
dial tone. After a few seconds you should be connected to a recorded message welcoming you to the
Mercury network. If you have any difficulties, please contact Mercury Customer Services on FreeCall
0500-500 193 (24 hours).
“Cost centre code: See page 60.
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Confirming the Mercury dial memory
Program the Mercury code again into the MERCURY button using the procedure on previous page.
When the START/SET button is pressed in step 7, you Will hear a beep twice or six times for confirmation.
2 beeps: The code number newly entered is the same as that was previously stored.
6 beeps: The code number newly entered is different from the one that was previously stored. if you want
to store the new code number, reset the Mercury dial memory, then reprogram it. For resetting
the memory, see page 61.
Note:
e If you encounter a problem, see page 61.
Making a call via Mercury
@© Press the SP-PHONE button or lift the
handset, then identify the dial tone.
O Press the MERCURY button.
€) Dia! the chosen Cost Centre Code" if
applicable (see below).
@ Dial the phone number you wish to сай Бу
using a full number, one touch dialling or
speed dialling.
“Cost Centre Codes
Cost Centre Codes are selectable on your Mercury order form. By keying in a code number (either 2 or
3 digits) before dialling each and every Mercury call, businesses can allocate calls to different jobs, ot
residential users can see who is responsible for each call. If you have requested this option, then to make a
cali via Mercury, you must,
Press the SP-PHONE bution. Ds
Press the MERCURY button. NO Ото TT ae
Key in your chosen Cost Centre Code (any two or three digit number except 112 or 999).
Dial the number required.
AND A
Please note that Cost Centre Codes are not currently available with Residential 132 Service.
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Resetting Mercury dial memory —Returning to Residential 132 Service
If you wish to change your Mercury code to a new one or if you need to send your unit away for repair, you
must reset the Mercury dial memory using the following procedure.
Press MENU.
Press START/SET.
RESITENO
[AV]
"YES".
Press A or Y to select
— If you wish to confirm
the Mercury dial
memory, select “NO”.
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— START/SET]
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START/
Press START/SET.
| RESET Ох?
Press START/SET.
KZ5-1 COMPLETED
Press MENU to end the
operation,
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Printing reporis and lists
You can get the following reports and lists from your unit. See pages 83 and 64 for sample reports and lists.
Basic Feature List:
This provides you with the current settings of the basic programming features (#01 to #10). a
Advanced Feature List:
This gives you a list of the current settings of the advanced programming features (#21 to #80}.
Telephone Number List:
This is a list of phone numbers and station names that are stored for one-touch dialling and speed dialling.
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JOliffial Report:
This gives you a record of all transmissions and receptions (up to 35 fax communications). This report is
useful for keeping telephone records or for verifying telephone charges.
This report can be also printed automatically after every 35 fax communications (see page 65).
Printer test list:
This allows you to check the print quality of your unit.
If the test pattern has any blurred points or lines or dirty patterns, please clean the thermal head by following
the instructions on page 73. I
How to print each report/list
Press MENU repeatedly For the Journal report,
until the following is press #4.
displayed.
| JOURNAL REPORT
| 3- PRINT LIST
For the printer test Hst,
For the basic feature press #5.
list, press #1.
PRINTER TEST
BASIC LIST |
Press START/SET In
For the advanced start printing.
teature list, press #2.
| PRINTING
ADVANCED LIST
For the teiephone
number list, press #3.
Press MENU to end the
operation.
TEL NO. LIST
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Sample reports and lists
Basic feature list
BASIC FEATURE LIST
HO! SET DATE © TIME Jan. 81 1995 12: :
802 YOUR LOGO Fanasoniz Fax SYSTEM
Hal YOUR TELEPHONE NOTBER
#04 PRINT TRANSMISSION REPORT ERROR [ERROR ; ON, CFF]
HEE TEL FAX DELAYED RING = Ll...
HO? FAX RING COUNT = [1...4]
#89 ANS- Ax RING COUNT 2 MORMALI LL... 64, TOLL SAVER, RINCER 067]
Hog RECORDING TIME LONG [LCHG, SHORT]
#10 REMOTE ANS ID IG = 111
Sea
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Advanced feature list
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ADVANCED FEATURE LIST
_ 0. FEATURE o CURRENT SETTING нь
821 LOSO POSITION Cu COUT, IN, OFF)
H22 JOURNAL AUTO PRINT ON [OM CFF]
H=3 CVERSEAS MODE CFF ON, OFF
Н24 JUKK MAIL PRCHIBITOR OFF CON. GF=1
IC = 22
Н25 DELAYED TRANSMISSION OF LON, OFF]
DESTINATION =
START TIME = 12:1086M
#39 SILENT FAX RECCOGNIT.ON RING 3 [3...6]
#32 DAY MIGHT MODE OFF ZOOM: OFF]
JAY MODE TIME = 12:0007
NIGHT MIDE TIME = 12:00AM
#33 PAPER Ia = DEF CIN, OF]
#34
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Telephone number list
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ПЕРЕМЕН [ЯВНО ТТ
STATION Key LIST
— TELEPHONE NUMBER NYE NAME Ke
el 092-123-4567 COMPANY A OS 993-1234
a 83-555-1234 COMPANY B Bo [ J
a3 212-999-8377 COMPANY € a
04 83P4567 de
AUTE FEY LIST |
DA 11 TI -2224175 11 222-3344 COMPANY D
@1 765-4321 12 392-555-0BrY COMPANY E
@2 345F6789 13
D92[ —
Codes in each phone number
*: >» has been entered. — The nyphen has been entered.
P: The pause has been entered. [ ]. The secret phone number has been entered.
F: The recall has been entered. (The telephone number is not printed.)
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Journal report
JOURNAL
Jar. Bi 1595 26:25PM
NCQ, CTHER FACSIMILE START TIME USAGE TIME MODE PAGES REST — OMS
@1 1234557 Jan. @1 11:280M 81°20 TX 82 ск В:
ge 9992765 Зап. 21 11:52AM 09756 TX oi OK
93 << G3 >> Jan. 91 1i:S6AM | 90’? RX oi DK
04 555556677 Jan. 9i Be:ı 91" 48 TX es ок
DS +567 12324 Jan. 81 90:35PM 81742 RA 83 OK
as <591> Jar, Bil di:19PM 22'aD Tx as ск
O? 7776543 Jan. ai Bi:277M 81°63 Tx e OK
as 4445566 Jan. @1 @2:46РМ 21718 TX de CK
gg = <A17> Jan. O1 @3:117PM T'ES TX же { {I[CATION ERRORS 715
18 <<G3> Jan. Gi 83:15PM 61'Zi Rx es ск |
110 E вл о: ЗВРМ 0275 TX a ск
- Tx al OK
a OK
(1) Communication mode: - @ Communication result
TX... Transmission (For the explanation of communication results.
RX...Reception see page 70.)
POL.TX...Polling transmission - =
POL.RX...Polling reception (4) Error code (for the service personnel use only)
@) Number of pages received or
transmitted successfully
Printer test list
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Setting journal auto print
This feature allows the unit to print a record of the last 35 fax communications {transmissions and
receptions) automatically.
After printing, the information will be erased and only subsequent activity will be recorded.
When this feature is deactivated, the journat report data is stored until the memory becomes full. When
memory is full and a new communication takes place. the oldest data will be erased and the newest data will
be stored.
This feature is preset to ON. If you wish to deactivate the feature, proceed as follows:
Press MENU. © RECALL Press A or Y to select
Cal | OFF.
1.5YSTEM SET UP a
57. REDIALPAUSE | MODE=OFF [AV]!
Ш Cc Im . |
a — —lf this feature is
Press #, then press 22. required, select "ON".
Press START/SET to
AUTC JOURNAL -
START/ store the setting.
Press MENU to end the
program.
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User programmable features
The unit has the following programming features.
Basic features are the settings that need to be programmed upon completing the installation. Most
probable choices have been pre-selected, but some features, such as codes #01, #02 and #03, must be
programmed by the user.
Advanced features should be programmed as the need arises.
Programming feature table
Basic features
Code Feature Description Selection Page
#01 SET DATE & TIME Setting the current date and time. 12
#02 YOUR LOGO Setting your company name or up to 30 digits 12
personal name.
#03 YOUR TELEPHONE Setting your facsimile telephone up to 20 digits 15
NUMBER number.
#04 PRINT Setting individual transmission report ERROR 15
TRANSMISSION printing. ON/
REPORT OFF
#06 | TEL/FAX DELAYED Setting the number of rings on the 1/2/3/4 19
RING extension phone (it connected)
before the unit answers a call in the
TEL/FAX mode.
#07 FAX RING COUNT Setting the number of rings to 1/2/3/4 20
answer in the FAX mode.
#08 ANS/FAX RING COUNT | Setting the number of rings to 1/2/3/4/ 17
answer in the ANS/FAX mode. TOLL SAVER/
RINGER OFF
#09 RECORDING TIME Setting the recording time for LONG (2 min. 11
FOR ANS incoming message. 30 sec.y
SHORT
(Iminute)
#10 REMOTE ANS ID Setting the remote control 1D for 1-3 digits 53
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device.
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Note: In the “Selection” column, the underlined print indicates the pre-selected settings.
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Advanced features
Code Feature Description | Selection Page
#21 | LOGO POSITION Setting the logo print position on the OUT/IN/OFF 40
| transmitted document.
#22 - JOURNAL AUTO | Printing journal report automatically. ON/OFF 65
PRINT |
#23 OVERSEAS MODE | Setting the overseas transmission ON/OFF 40
| mode.
#24 JUNK MAIL | Turning on the junk mail prohibitor ON/OFF 38
PROHIBITOR feature. Also setting the prohibitor ID.
ID=2 digits (22)
#25 DELAYED | Setting the delayed transmission. ON/OFF 36
TRANSMISSION
#30 SILENT FAX Setting the number of rings when 3 to 6 rings 19
RECOGNITION RING receiving a voice call in the TEL/FAX
mode.
#32 DAY/NIGHT MODE Turning on the day/night mode. ON/OFF 41
#33 PAPER SAVE Setting the paper save ON/OFF 42
FUNCTION reception/copy.
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#35 | RECALL MODE Setting the recall mode. T_BR/E_RE 44
#41 | REMOTE FAX Setting the remote fax activation up to 4 digits 37
| ACTIVATION CODE code for remote receiving using an (x)
extension phone.
#42 | MESSAGE ALERT | Turning on the message alert. ‘ ON/OFF 29
#43 | RECORDING TIME | Turning on the recording time alert. | ON/OFF 29
: ALERT
#46 ORIGINAL SETTING Setting the contrast mode. NORMAL / 45
LIGHT/
DARKER
#50 MAIL BOX ALERT Turning on the mailbox alert. ON/OFF 51
#51 BOX1 PASSWORD Setting password for mailbox-1. 3 digits (555) 49
#52 BOX2 PASSWORD . Setting password for mailbox-2. 3 digits {555) 49
#53 | BOX3 PASSWORD Setting password for mailbox-3. 3 digits (555) 49
#60 COMMON PAGER Setting the phone number for ON/OFF 57
| common pager.
#61 | MAIL BOX1 PAGER : Setting the phone number for ON/OFF 57
; | mailbox-1 pager.
#62 | MAIL BOX2 PAGER ı Setting the phone number for ON/OFF 57
| | mailbox-2 pager.
#63 MAIL BQX3 PAGER | Setting the phone number for ON/OFF 57
¡ Mailbox-3 pager.
$70 | RESET MERCURY ' Resetting the Mercury dial memory. YES/NO 61
' DIAL MEMORY |
|
#80 SET DEFAULT | Resetting the parameters of the YES/NO 45
' advanced features.
Note: in the “Selection” column, the underlined print indicates the pre-selected settings.
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10 Troubleshooting and Maintenance
10 Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Error messages on the display
if the unit detects a problem, one of the following messages will appear on the display.
ERROR MESSAGE CAUSE AND REMEDY
e Battery power is low. Replace the batteries with new ones (see
page 7).
BATTERY LOW
CHECK COVER
—
e The top cover is open. Close it.
eThe document is not fed into the unit property. Re-insert the document.
If the misfeeding occurs frequently. clean the document feeder rollers
inside the unit (see page 73). Problem remains unsoived, adjust the
feeder pressure {see page 72}.
CHECK DOCUMENT =
o А eMemory (phone numbers, parameters, etc.) has been erased.
CHECK MEMORY
Re-program them.
MECHA ERROR & Mechanicai error occurred. Open the cover and re-insiall the recording
он paper. Then press the STOP button and close the cover.
MEMORY FULI , e There is no room left in memory to record a message. Erase some or
— — all messages (see page 27).
Len e The greeting message for the ANS/FAX mode has not been recorded.
NC ANS GREETING
Record the greeting message (see page 10).
o à " В in.
NO RESPONSE The receiving unit is busy or out of recording paper. Try again
NO TEL CREFTING eo The greeting message for the TEL/FAX mode has not been recorded.
- E Record the greeting message (see page 10).
e nit ran out of in r. 1 it with a new on
OUT OF PAPER The u an cut of recording paper. Replace it w one {see
page 6).
e The recordin r is jammed. Clear the jamm
PAPER JAMMED The g paper is ja ear the ja | ed paper (ses |
page 71).
eThe other unit does not nrovide the nollina functian, Check the other
POLLING ERROR E r >
party.
eTh ment is | . nth ve the j
REMOVE DOCUMENT The document is jammed. Open the cover, remove jammed
document (see page 72) and try again.
e Attempted to transmit a document longer than 600 mm (23587). Press
the STOP button and remove the document (see page 72).
When sending such a document, divide it into two or more sheets so
that each sheet does not exceed 600 mm (2358) and try again.
TRANSMIT ERROR e Transmission error occurred. Try again,
e The unit is too hot. Leave it as it is and allow it to cool down.
UNIT OVERHFATF and allow it to c ow
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General corrective measures
GENERAL
I cannot make and receive calls.
— The line cord is connected incorrectly or not
connected. Confirm the connection (see page 5).
[ cannot make calls.
—The setting of the dialling mode is wrong. Check
the selector (see page 21).
The unit does not work.
— Disconnect the unit from the telephone line and
connect a known working phone. lf the known
working phone operates properly, call your
service personnel to have the unit repaired. If
the known working phone does not operate
prcperly, consult your telephone company.
The unit does not ring.
— The ringer volume is set to OFF.
Raise it to a suitable level (see page 22).
Tne FEDIAL/FAUSE
properly.
— If this button is pressed during dialling, a pause
will be inserted. if this button is pressed
immediately after the dial tone is obtained, the
last number dialled will be redialled.
Litton does not function
| cannot program the remote ANS ID or the
junk mail prohibltor ID.
—The whole or part of the number that is entered
is the same as the other 1D. Program a different
number each other (see pages 38 and 53).
FAX TRANSMISSION
The other party complains that letters on their
received document are distorted.
—lf your line has special telephone services such
as call waiting, the service may have been
activated durina the fax recention, Connect the
unit to a line that does not have such services.
-—Another telephone connected to the same line is
off the hook. Hang up and try again.
The other party complains that dirty patterns or
a black line appear on their received
documents.
— The glass or rollers on your unit are dirty. Clean
them (see page 73).
| cannot make an international fax call. = =. =... —
— Use the overseas transmission mode (see
page 40).
—Add two pauses at the end of the phone number
(see page 47).
FAX RECEPTION
| cannot receive documents automatically.
—The receive mode is set to TEL. Set the receive
mode to ANS/FAX, TEL/FAX or FAX. ВЕ
— The time to answer the call may be too long.
Decrease the number of rings (see pages 17,
19 and 20).
—Junk mail prohibitor is set (see page 38).
—The greeting message may be too long. Shorten
the message (see page 10) or ask the other
party to press > and then start transmission.
Recording image is faint.
— The sender transmitted a faint document.
request them to transmit a clearer copy of ine
document.
— The thermal head is dirty. Clean it (see page 73).
ANSWERING DEVICE
No volce messages have been recorded in the
ANS/FAX mode.
—The memory is full. Erase some or all messages
{see pages 27 and 55).
| cannot retrieve recorded messages from a
remote phone.
— Make sure that you use the remote ANS ID
correctly (see page 53). When you dial it, press
the buttons firmly.
Messages in the mailbox do not play back.
—You have programmed the mailbox password.
Press the password and then try again (see
LA Bd =
Era
page 49). ma
COPYING
Dirty patterns or a black line appear on the
copied documents,
— The glass or rollers on your unit are dirty. Clean
them (see page 73).
Copied image is distorted.
—The thermal head is dirty. Clean it (see page 73).
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10 Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Explanation of communication result on the report
When trouble occurs, the following messages may be printed on the transmission report and the journal
report.
PRINTED MESSAGE
COMMUNICATION ERROR:
DOCUMENT JAMMED:
JUNKMAIL PROH. REJECT:
NO DOCUMENT:
NO RESPONSE.
PAPER JAMMED:
PAPER OUT:
PRESSED THE STOP KEY:
PRINTER OVERHEATED:
THE COVER WAS OPENED:
OK:
70
MEANING
e Transmission or reception error occurred. Try again or check the
other party.
eA document was jammed. Remove the jammed document (see
page 72). a Se
eo The unit rejected fax reception when the junk mail prohibitor is
activated.
eThe document was not fed into the unit property.
eThe receiving unit is busy or out of recording paper. Try again.
e The recording paper was jammed.
eThe unit was out of recording paper.
e The fax communication was interrupted because the STOP
button was pressed.
¢Printer was overheated.
e The ton cover was open.
eFax communication was successful.
10 Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Clearing a recording paper jam
if the unit does not release any recording paper during reception or copying, the recording paper has
jammed. Remove the jammed paper by following the steps below.
@ Slide the lever toward you to open the top
cover.
@ Remove the jammed paper carefully.
€) Cut off the wrinkled portion.
©) Replace the recording paper roll in the proper
direction.
—Make sure that there is no slack in the paper
roll.
@ Insert the leading edge of the paper under the
green bar.
—If the recording paper cannot be inserted,
press the STOP button to reset the paper
cutter and insert the paper again.
© Close the cover carefully by gently pressing
down on both ends.
Green bar
E
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Clearing a document jam
When an original document becomes jammed, remove the jammed document by following the steps below.
© Slide the lever toward you to open the top
cover.
€) Remove the jammed document carefully.
©& Close the cover carefully by gently pressing
down on both ends.
Adjusting the feeder pressure
if misfeeding of documents, such a multipie feeding or no feeding, occurs frequently, try to adjust the feeder
pressure by following the steps below.
—.. . Open the top cover TTT TTT
© Shift the position of the lever by using an
instrument with a pointed end, like a clip or
ball-point pen.
Position A; The case of no feeding
Position B: Standard position
Position C: The case of multiple feeding
© Close the top cover carefully by gently
pressing down on both ends.
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10 Troubleshooting and Maintenance
Cleaning the document feeder unit -
When misfeeding occurs frequently or when dirty patterns or black bands appear on a copied or transmitted
document, clean the sub roller, the document feeder rollers and the glass by following the steps below.
а €) Disconnect the power cord and the telephone
White plate line cord.
O Slide the lever toward you to open the top
Sub roller cover,
€) Clean the rubber, the sub roller and the
document feeder rollers with a cloth moistened
with isopropyl rubbing alcohol, then dry
thoroughly.
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@ Clean the glass and the white plate with a dry
lint free soft cloth.
@ Close the top cover carefully by gently
pressing down on both ends.
Document feeder rollers @ Connect the power cord and telephone line
| |] cord.
Note:
» Jsopropyl rubbing alcohol can be obtained from most leading chemists.
Cleaning the thermal head —
If dirty patterns or black bands appear on a copied or received document, clean the thermal head by
following the steps below.
Siide the lever toward you to open the top
cover.
Thermal
| heac!
Remove the recording paper roll from the unit.
Clean the thermal head with a cloth moistened
with isopropyl rubbing alcohol, then dry —
thoroughly. Ea
Re-install the recording paper roll, then close
the top cover carefully by gently pressing down
on both ends.
Connect the power cord and telephone line
cord.
Note:
e To prevent malfunction due to static electricity, only use a lint free cloth and do not touch the thermal head
directly with your finger.
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11 General Information
11 General Information
important Safety instructions
When using this unit, basic safety precautions as
below should always be followed to reduce the risk
Of fire, electric shock, or personal injury.
1. Read and understand all instructions.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked
on this unit.
3. Unplug this unit from wall outlets before
cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol
cieaners. Use a damp cioth for cieaning.
4. Do not use this unit near water, for example,
near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or
the like.
5. Install this unit securely on a stable surface.
Serious damage may result if the unit falls.
6. Do not cover slots and openings of the unit,
for they are provided for ventilation and
protection against overheating. Never piace
the unit near radiators, or in a place where
nroner ventilation is not nrovided.
7. Use only the power source as marked on the
unit. If you are not sure of the type of power
supply to your home, consult your dealer or
local power company.
8. Do not place objects on the power cord.
Install the unit where no one can step on the
cord.
9. Do not overload wall outlets and extension
cords as this can result in the risk of fire or
electric shock.
10. Never push any objects into this unit through
slots as they may result in risk of fire or
electric shock. Never spil any liquid on the
unit.
11. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
disassemble this unit, but take it to an
authorised Panasonic servicentre when some
service or repair work is required. Opening or
removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect
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appliance is subsequently used.
12. Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under
the foliowing conditions:
A. When the power supply cord or plug is
damaged or frayed.
В. If liquid has been spilled into the unit.
G. If the unit has been exposed to rain or
water.
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D. if the unit does not work normally by
— following the operating instructions. Adjust
only controls covered by the operating
instructions. improper adjustment may
require extensive work by a qualified
technician.
E. If the unit has been dropped or damaged.
F. If the unit exhibits a distinct change in
periormance.
13. During thunderstorms, avoid using telephones
except cordless types. There may be a remote
risk of electric shock from lightning.
14. Do not use this unit to report a gas leak in the
vicinity of it.
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION:
1. Never instail telephone wiring during a lightning
storm.
2. Never install telephone jacks in wet locations
uniess the jack is specifically designed for wet
locations.
3. Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or
terminals unless the telephone line has been
disconnected at the network interface.
4. Use caution when instafiing or modifying
telephone lines.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN CR ANY TYPE OF
MOISTURE.
eo Keep the unit away from electrical noise-
generating devices, such as fluorescent lamps
añd motors. - OT
e The unit should be kept free from dust, moisture,
high temperature, and vibration.
e The unit should not be exposed to direct sunlight.
eDo not place heavy objects on top of this unit.
Do not use benzine, thinner, or any abrasive
powder, to clean the cabinet. Wibe it with a soft
cloth.
e Do not damage the power cord.
Do not touch the plug with wet hands.
11 General! Information
Important Information
(APPROVED. for connection to ON
telecomm udiéation systems
: specified fn'the instructions for use
subject to fie conditions set out in
them. | Co
N S/1010737T7503433 y
The connection to the telecommunication systems
must not be hard wired and must be unplugged
before the earth is disconnected.
Method of connection
This apparatus is connected to the exchange line
or PABX/PMBX extension by the new standard
British Telecom plug and socket. Arrangements for
provision of this type of termination can be made
through the nearest British Telecom Sales Office.
This apparatus may be connected to the following
types of installation. This apparatus has been
approved for use under the following conditions:
a) For connection to the public switched telephone
network (PSTN) and compatible (Private
Branch Exchange), which use loop disconnect
signalling and DTMF signalling. (Please consult
your supplier for an up to date list of compatible
PBXs.)
b) Tre apparatus can be used on extension.
sockets connected to a direct exchange line
(D.E.L).
c) This apparatus is suitable for connection to the
telzcommunication system directly or via
compatible private branch exchange as an
extension.
The supplier of the apparatus should be
consulted for an up to date list of PBX’s with
which the apparatus is compatible.
It cannot be guaranteed that the apparatus will
operate under ail possible conditions of
AAA Fa nama hia DRY 'e
A HLL WT DY WTA ITS a 3.
eo This apparatus is suitable for connection to a
PBX with or without initial proceed indication.
e This apparatus is suitable for connection to a
PBX with or without secondary proceed
indication.
Any cases of difficulty should be referred in the
first instance to the supplier of the apparatus.
d) The apparatus must not be connected in the
following manner:
-—As an extension to a pay phone
—As a party line with shared service
This apparatus has been approved for the use of
the fallawing facilities:
Integrated Telephone System
1) Simple telephone facility
2) Auto-calling
3) Last number redial
4) PBX time break: Selectable time brealk/earth
recall for PBX
5) Loop disconnect signalling
6) DTMF signalling
7} Mercury dialling compatibility
8) Speaker-phone
Answering and Recording System
1) 2-step caller's recording time: LONG/SHORT
2) Monitoring a telephone call
3) Remote turning on the ANS/FAX mode
4} Auto disconnect
Facsimile System
1} MODEM facility
Any other usage will invalidate the approval of the
apparatus if as a result, it then ceases to conform
to the standards against which approval was
granted.
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
This relates to the performance of the apparatus
when used in combination with other items of
apparatus. It enables the calculation of the
maximum number of items of apparatus that may
be connected simultaneously to the line by
summing the REN values of each item. A BT
supplied instrument has a REN value of 1 untess
otherwise marked. A maximum REN value of
4 should not be exceeded. The REN value of this
apparatus is 1.0.
The approval of this apparatus for connection to
the telecommunication systems is invalidated if the
apparatus is subject to any modification in any
material way not authorised by BABT or it is used
with ar manana En intarmal cemntfharmra That hac mm
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been formally accepted by BABT.
All apparatus connected to the facsimile machine —
and thereby connected directly or indirectly to
telecommunication systems must be approved 11
apparatus as defined in Section 22 of the British
Telecommunication Act 1984.
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the BT Emergency {99S or 112) Service. |
| 999 or 112 can be dialled on the apparatus |
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NOTES
e |f you experience any problems with the normal KX-F2700E-G
use of your apparatus, you should unplug it from KX-F2700E-W
the telephone outlet and connect a known
working telephone in ¡ts place. If the known C €
working telephone still gives problems, then cali
British Telecom Engineers; if it operates properly, 73/23/EFC
: ; 89/336/EEC
then the problems are likely to be a fault in your 92/31/EEC
apparatus. In this case, consult your supplier for 93/68/EEC
advice.
e British Telecom will charge you if they attend a
service call that is not due to apparatus supplied
by them.
Fitting a plug to the mains lead
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this
pin mains plug for your safety and convenience. appliance may not corraspond with the coloured
A 5 amp fuse is fitted in this plug. markings identifying the terminals in your plug,
Should the fuse need to be replaced please proceed as foliows.
ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of
5 amps and that it is approved by ASTA oF 65 10 The wire which is coloured GACEN-AND-YELLOW
BS1362. —.. - mustbe connected to the terminal in the plug
which is marked with the letter E or by the Earth
Check for the ASTA mark & or the BS! symbo! —L or coloured GREEN or
GREEN-AND-YELLOW.
mark V on the body of the fuse. OT eee SE нк.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be
if the plug contains a removable fuse cover you connected to the terminal in the plug which is
must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
replaced.
If vou lose the fuse cover the plug must not be The wire which is coloured BROWN must be
used until a replacement cover is obtained. connected to the terminal in the plug which is
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
your local Panasonic dealer.
How to repiace the fuse: Cpen the fuse
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS compartment with a screwdriver and replace the
UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN fuse and fuse cover. _
YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE ‘
REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND
DISPOSED OF SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL
SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED
INTO ANY 13 AMP SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the
wiring code as shown below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician. FUSE
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE о. /
EARTHED. ВЕ er ee a TT A TT
IMPORTANT:
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in
accordance with the following code: ; o о
Green-and-Yellow: Earth == ~~ eT TS TT
Blue: Neutral
Brown: Live
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Specifications
1, Annlicabla Lines:
2. Document Size:
. Effective Scanning Width:
. Printing Paper Size:
5. Effective Printing Width:
E, Tranemiecioan Tima*:
7. Scanning Density:
8. Scanner Type:
9. Printer Type
10. Data Compression System:
11. Modem Speed:
12. Operating Environment:
13. Dimensions (HX WXD):
14. Mass (Weight):
15. Power Consumption:
16. Power Supply:
Public
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vit che
Max. 216 mm (8127) in width
Max. 600 mm (23387) in length
208 mm (8316")
210 mm x30 m roll (8 4" x98’ roll) with 25.4 mm (17) core
210 mmx 50 m roll (814"X 164’ roll) with 25.4 mm (17) core
208 mm (8346)
Арогох. 15 corinana {Qrigmnal | model
Approx. 30 sec/page (G3 Normal mode]
Horizontal
Vertical
8 pels/mm (203 pels/inch)
3.85 lines/mm (98 lines/inch) —Standard
7.7 lines/mm (196 lines/inch)—Fine/Halftone
15.4 lines/mm (392 lines/inch}—Supertine
CCD image sensor
Thermal printing
Modified Huffman (MH), Modified HEAD (MH)
9600/7200/4800/2400 bps; Automatic Fallback
5—35%C (41-95*F), 45%-—85% RH
122 x 362x287 mm (41346 x 1414”x 11516”)
Approx. 4.1 Kg (9.0 Ib.)
Transmission: Approx. 15 W / Reception: Approx. 35 W
Copy: Approx. 40 W / Standby: Approx. 5 W
Maximum: Approx. 100 W
220-240 V AC, 50 Hz
"Transmission Time: Transmission times apply to text data using the CCITT No. 1 test chart, between the
same machine models at maximum modem speed.
The transmission time does not include call setup, ringing, handshaking and sign off.
Transmission times vary in actual usage.
Any details given in these instructions are subject to change without notice.
11 General Information
index.
A Advanced feature St ................ 62 MERCURY ......_ .. a, 59, 60
ALL MESSAGES ................... 26 MUTE EE 22
ANS/FAX mode ................. 16, 17 |
ANS/FAX ring count ................. 17 NEWMESSAGES .................. 26
Automaticdialling ................ 30, 32
One-touch dialling ............... 30, 32
В Basic feature list .................... 62 Overseas transmission mode ......... 40
C Cleaning ............... .... ..... 73 Pageralert ................ ....... 57
Contrast mode ..................... 45 Paper save reception/copy ........... 42
COPY er 144110 a 1 0040 33, 43 PAUSE ............ a... 47
Polled ........... .... 0... ... 35
D Dateandtime ...................... 12 Polling ......... a... 35
Day/nightmode ..................... 41 Printertestlist ..................... 62
Delayed transmission ................ 36
DELETE ....... . .. cei... 14 RECALL 2..2... к. nera. 47
О!а! Кеурай ........... 2..2... 20.5... 13 Recalimode ...................... 44
Dialling mode ...................... 21 RECEIVE MODE ....... e... 16
Direct call station keys ......... 14, 30, 32 REDIAL/PAUSE ................... 22
DIRECTORY ........ 0 000000 ... 32, 34 - Remote ANS 1D ........ er. 53
Remote fax activation code .......—... 37
E Electronic telephone directory ......... 34 REPEAT ...... i... 27
ERASE .......... iii, 27 RESOLUTION ..................... 24
Error messages .................... 68 Ringervolume ._........ ........... 22
Extension copy ......... co. 2 .crenie. 43
SECRET ........................ 30
F FAX mMOde ..... 16, 20 Set default .......... aaa re anime 45
FAX ringcount ..................... 20 Silent fax recognition ring ....... 22... 19
Feederpressure .................... 72 SKIP rea 27
SPACE 1.222222 1 411104 11114 ea» 14
G GREETINGREC ................ 10, 48 Speaker volume ................... 22
GREETING SELECT ............. 10, 48 Speed diailing .................. 30, 32
SP-PHONE/VOICE STDBY ....... 21,46
H HELP «e... e.rreerrare sere rra. 4 START/SET ................ .... 11,25
STOP....41401 20001111 ea 10048 10.25
1 INSERT... i ee 14
TEL mode ........................ 16
J Journal auto print ................... 65 TEL/FAX mode ...............o 16. 18
Journal report кк.... 62 TEL/FAX delayed ring ............... 19
Junkmailprohibitor . . ................ 38 Telephonenumberlist. .............. 62
Junk mail prohibitor 1D ............ 38, 39 TONE ...... 212440 2... 47
TONE/FPULSE .... o.oo on... zi
L Logo position ...................... 40 Transmission report ................. 15
LOWER ........—.eeredxreao aan 30, 32
VOLUME ..................... 22
M MAILBOX ............ rea. 50
MEMO/ZWAY REC .................. 28 Yourlogo .............. a... 12
MENU ....... 2... 11, 30, 35, 62 Your telephone number .............. 15
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FAX CORRESPONDENCE
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FROM: == „... QUR TEL. NO.:
We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to our Panasonic telephone
answering device with facsimile. Our unit will work as a facsimile, an answering device
and a standard telephone, so you can send both documents and voice-messages on the
same call.
Leaving a voice-message and transmitting a document
1. Dial our phone number.
e Our unit will play the greeting message.
2. Leave your message after the long beep.
3. Press your “X” (asterisk) button twice to activate fax reception.
® А Тах tone will sound.
4. Start transmission to send a fax.
Transmitting a document only
1. Dial our phone number.
® Qur unit will play the greeting message.
2. Press your “XX” button twice while the greeting message is being played.
® A fax tone will sound.
3. Start transmission to send a fax.
Leaving a voice-message and transmitting a document from a rotary
(pulse) phone
1. Dial our phone number.
o Our unit will play the greeting message.
2. Start transmission to send a fax.
3. Make a call reservation (e.g. ...lift the handset) during transmission of your document.
Transmitting a document from a rotary (pulse) phone
1. Dial our phone number.
e Our unit will piay the greeting message.
2. Start transmission to send a fax while the greeting message is being played.
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e !f you wish to receive voice messages and documents automatically, set the unit in the ANS/FAX mode.
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Speed dialler list
| Station
No. Name/Phone No. Station Name/Phone No.
00 11
01 12
02 13
03 14
04 15
05 16
06 17
07 18
08 19
05 20
10 21
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: | Answering Device Remote Operation ~~ |
Answering device remote : 4. Call your unit
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control card
2. Press the remote ANS ID LIT}
during the greeting message.
3. Press remote command key {refer
to right) within 4 seconds.
or
Wait for 4 seconds. All the
recorded messages will be played
back.
eTo skip the greeting message,
press Fa.
e To erase a specific message, press
FSE when a message to be erased
is being played back.
eTn arace all the recorded
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messages, press EXEL
Key Remote Command
Repeating a message
Skipping a message
All message playback
|
El New message playback
Re-recording greeting
- message
El | Continuing operation
El
: Stopping re-recording of
greeting message
Erasing a specific message
Erasing all messages
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CIEN | Pager alert ON
AH : Pager alert OFF
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1. Call your unit.
2. Press the remote ANS iD TT T1
during the greeting message.
3. Press remote command key (refer
to right) within 4 seconds.
or
Wait for 4 seconds. Ali the
recorded messages will be played
back.
aTo skip the greeting message,
press [i]
Tp erase a specific message, press
when a message to be erased
is being played back.
*eTo erase all the recorded
messages, press PEE.
Answering Device Remote Operation | |
Remote Command
| Repeating a message
: Skipping a message
New message playback
All message playback
message
- Continuing operation
Stopping re-recording of
greeting message
Key
E
в
Re-recording greeting
в
El
X Erasing a specific message
Erasing afl messages
EJEN | Pager alert ON
Pager alert OFF
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o Answerlng Device Remote Operation
1. Call your unit K
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. 2. Press the remote ANS ID [LT] y mo оный
during the greeting message. Repeating a message
: 3. Press remote command key (refer El Skipping a message
to right) within 4 seconds.
or
Wait for 4 seconds. All the
recorded messages will be played
back.
eTo skip the greeting message.
press E.
e To erase a specific message, press
when a message to be erased
is being played back.
eTo erase all the recorded
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FE | New message playback
EN - All message playback
| Re-recording greeting
message
E | Continuing operation
El
EXE
Stopping re-recording of
: greeting message
IE Erasing a specific message
un
Erasing all messages
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Mailbox Remote Operation 1 Notice of Remote Operation
Ш Recording a message into the . eThe remote operation is availabie
mailbox: : Only from a touch tone phone when
1. Call your unit. «the unit is in the ANS/FAX mode.
2. Press EJ and the mailbox no.
(EN. El or ED. . eWhen the unit is in the TEL mode,
3. Leave a message. - call your unit and wait for 20 rings.
-— The unit will switch to ANS/FAX
Ш Retrieving messages from the =. mode.
mailbox: =
1. Call your unit. = ®When you press any key, press
2. Press EX and the mailbox no. firmiy.
(ER. Hor EI) :
3. Press the mailbox passcode . eTo send the document, press FEET.
: When a fax tone is heard. start
4, Press the remoië commian transmission.
Mailbox Remote Oparation | | Notice of Remote Operation
H Recording a message Into the : eThe remote operation is available
mailbox: : Only from a touch tone phone when
1. Call your unit. - the unit is in the ANS/FAX mode.
2. Press EZ and the mailbox no.
(E. El or ED. . eWhen the unit is in the TEL mode.
3. Leave a message. : call your unit and wait for 20 rings.
_ The unit will switch to ANS/FAX
m Retrieving massages from the = mode.
mailbox: =
1. Call your unit. = ®When you press any key. press
2. Press Ey and the mailbox no. firmiy.
(HI. El or ED). *
3. Press the mailbox passcode ‚ eTo send the document, press EY.
| : When a fax tone is heard, start
4. Press the remote command : transmission.
key (refer to the reverse side).
Mailbox Remote Operation | ; | Notice of Remote Oparation |
E Recording a message into the : eThe remote Operation is available
mailbox: © only from a touch tone phone when
1. Call your unit. : the unit is in the ANS/FAX mode.
2. Press E§ and the mailbox no. ›
(El. El or ED). : e\When the unit is in the TEL mode,
3. Leave a message. ı call your unit and wait for 20 rings.
«The unit will switch to ANS/FAX
m Retrieving messages framthe © mode.
mailbox: =
1. Call your unit. = ®When you press any key, press
2. Press Ed and the mailbox no. firmly.
El. or E. :
3. Press the mailbox passcode . eTo send the document, press ERES.
When a fax tone is heard, start
4. Press the remote comman transmission.
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STAMP
REQUIRED
Panasonic Business Systems U.K.
WILLOUGHBY RD.
BRACKNELL, BERKSHIRE
RG12 4FP
POST CARD STAMP
REQUIRED
The Telephone Manager
British Telecom Sales Department
Panasonic House, Willoughby Road, Bracknell,
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