Panasonic uf 733 Owner's manual

Panasonic uf 733 Owner's manual
Panafax
UF-733
USER'S GUIDE
Panasonic®
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SAFETY INFORMATIONS
. TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR ANY TYPE OF MOISTURE.
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED.
USE OF CONTROLS, AND ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORM-
ANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED
HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION
EXPOSURE.
MAKE SURE THAT THE MACHINE 1S INSTALLED IN A
SPACIOUS OR WELL VENTILATED ROOM SO AS NOT TO
INCREASE THE DENSITY OF OZONE IN THE AIR. SINCE
OZONE IS HEAVIER THAN AIR, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT
AIR AT FLOOR LEVEL BE VENTILATED.
INTRODUCTION
The UF-733 is one of the most advanced models in the Panafax family of G3 compatible, desktop
facsimile machines. It features built-in memory which allows you to store several standard pages
(see Specifications) of information in the machine, as well as use a full range of speed dialling
techniques designed to make sending faxes easier, faster and more economical. in addition, this
machine uses laser beam printing for high picture quality and high-speed printout.
Anyone can learn how to use the most frequently used features with a few minutes of simple practice.
However, because the UF-733 has the capacity to perform so many different functions, not everyone
will need to learn every feature.
This User's Guide will help you to use your UF-733 quickly and easily. The Table of Contents shows
where to find information on every feature. Although we recommend that you at least review each
section briefly, you may need to read only the sections that concern the feature(s) you are interested in.
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR MACHINE
1. GETTING TO KNOW
YOUR MACHINE
Before beginning to use your machine, read this chapter on “GETTING
TO KNOW YOUR MACHINE’ to become familiar with the external view,
features and control panel of your UF-733.
7 EXTERNAL VIEW
8 COMMUNICATION FEATURES
10 CONTROL PANEL
12 PRECAUTIONS
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR MACHINE
EXTERNAL VIEW
ADF (Automatic
Document Feeder)
Transmitting Cover Tray
Receiving Cover
Handset
Paper Cassette
Function List
Sub-Front Cover
Recording Paper Tray
Front View
Polling
Polling means calling other station(s) to retrieve a document. The other station must know in ad-
vance that you will call and must have a document set on the ADF or stored in the memory. You
may need to set a polling password, shared by the other station, to ensure security.
Example:
Transmission Reservations
it your machine is busy receiving or transmitting from memory you can save time by using the Trans-
mission Reservation feature. Your document will be sent as soon as the machine completes its present
operation.
Programmed Transmission
This feature is useful when you frequently need to transmit to or poll the same stations.
By registering procedures and dialling numbers in a program key, you can transmit by simply press-
ing the same program key.
Fax Access Code
The fax access code prevents an unauthorised user from operating the machine.
SPECIAL FEATURES
In addition to the basic and advanced features, the UF-733 provides the following features.
Relay Communication
A relay network is basically a group of facsimiles programmed to communicate with each other via
a Relayed Station.
Confidential Communications
This feature is a simple way to ensure that confidential information reaches the right person without
anyone else seeing it.
Password Communication
Password communication prevents your machine from sending a fax to a wrong station or receiving
a fax from an unauthorised station.
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR MACHINE
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR MACHINE
One-Touch Keys (01 - 23)
Used for One-Touch Dialling.
Program Keys (P1 - P3)
Used to record long dialling procedures, Group Number keys, and extra One-Touch keys.
Character Keys
The One-Touch keys on the control panel also serve as character and symbol input keys, which you
need to record your LOGO and other station names. The Character key layout is printed on the panel
under the Station Directory Sheet, which can be pulled out as shown below.
Transparent Plastic
Cover Sheet
Station Directory Sheet
(Used for recording the
station name)
Character Sheet
Whenever One-Touch keys are changed to the character key mode (to record your LOGO and station
names) most upper case characters (black) are selected first.
Use the key (blue) to select the lower case, some upper case and other characters shown
in the lower left corner of each key.
Use the key (red) to select the lower case and other characters shown in the lower right
corner of each key.
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INSTALLING YOUR MACHINE
2. INSTALLING YOUR
MACHINE
This chapter describes the accessories and how to install them after un-
packing.
15 ACCESSORIES
16 INSTALLING PRINTER ACCESSORIES
16 UNPACKING THE PRINTER ACCESSORIES
17 INSTALLING PRINT PROCESS UNIT
17 Toner Cartridge
18 Drum Unit
20 Toner Disposal Bottle and Cleaning Pad
21 INSTALLING TRAYS
21 ADF Tray
21 Recording Paper Tray
22 LOADING PAPER AND INSTALLING PAPER CASSETTE
23 INSTALLING HANDSET
23 CONNECTING THE LINE AND POWER SUPPLY LEADS
24 ADJUSTING VOLUMES
24 Ringer Volume
24 Monitor Volume
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INSTALLING YOUR MACHINE
ACCESSORIES
Inspect the machine for any shipping damage and check that you have all the accessories illustrated.
Quick Guide
User's Guide
Process Kit
Recording Paper Tray
Handset
Toner Kit
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Recording Paper
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INSTALLING YOUR MACHINE
INSTALLING THE PRINT PROCESS UNIT
Installation of the Print Process Unit consists of installing the Developer Unit, Drum Unit and Toner
Cartridge.
installing the Toner Cartridge
(1) Remove the Toner Cartridge from the protective bag.
(3) Gently shake the Developer Unit to the right and left severa! times to even the developer level.
Remove the taped edge of the Developer Sea! (yellow) and remove the Developer Seal by pull-
ing it toward the right side of the unit.
Developer Seal
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INSTALLING YOUR MACHINE
Drum Unit
(6) Remove the Drum Unit from the protective bag.
WARNING
Do not expose the Drum Unit to light for more than 5 minutes.
The following precautions must be taken after removing the Drum Unit from the protective bag.
CAUTION
e Do not expose the Drum Unit to ambient room light or sunlight. It must
be covered with the black plastic drum protective sheet.
Do not place the Drum Unit near a window.
Do not touch the green drum surface.
Keep the Drum Unit away from dust or dirt.
Do not place the Drum Unit in a high humidity or high temperature area.
(7) Remove the Drum Protective Sheet and mount the Developer Unit and the Toner Cartridge on
the Drum Unit as shown below.
Remove the tape on the Drum Protective Pin and then remove the Drum Protective white Pin.
This pin may be thrown away, as it will not be used later.
Drum Protective Pin Drum Unit
Drum Protective Sheet
(8) Open the Receiving Cover by pulling the lock lever toward the left side of the machine and lifting
it until it stops.
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INSTALLING YOUR MACHINE
INSTALLING TRAYS
ADF Tray
(1) Open the Transmitting Cover by pulling up on the edge of the cover and remove the ADF Protective
Sheet.
(2) Install the ADF Tray by inserting the tabs into the holes.
Transmitting Cover
ADF Tray
Recording Paper Tray
Install the Recording Paper Tray by inserting the tabs into the holes on the left side of your machine.
Recording Paper Tray
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INSTALLING YOUR MACHINE
INSTALLING HANDSET
Insert the plug on one end of the Handset Cord into the Handset Cradle and the plug on the other
end into the handset. Place the Handset on the Cradle.
Handset Cord
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Handset Cradle
CONNECTING THE LINE AND POWER SUPPLY LEADS
(1) Plug the telephone line lead into the
telephone socket supplied by the tele-
phone company.
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(2) Plug the power supply lead into an
ordinary 3 pin AC outlet (240 volts).
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Turn the power switch to the “1” position to turn on the power. The power lamp on the control
panel should light up and the message appearing on the display will change as follows:
PLEASE WAIT FUSER WARM UP 16-APR-1992 15:00
You should keep it ON at all times for receiving documents from other locations.
Note:
To connect an external telephone to the machine, break off the protective tab for
the TEL socket on the rear panel. |
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3. LOADING DOCUMENTS
21 Documents You Cannot Send
28 How to Load Documents
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LOADING DOCUMENTS
LOADING DOCUMENTS
In general, your machine will send any document printed on A4-size or paper up to 25.7 cm x 36.4
cm (B4 size).
Documents You Cannot Send
You must never try to send the following documents;
¡—]—/"
Wet Covered with wet ink or Wrinkled, curled or folded
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Too thin (e.g. onionskin, Too thick (e.g. card, etc.) Chemically processed (e.g.
airmail paper, pages from (Single sheet: 0.06 to pressure-sensitive paper,
some magazines, etc.) 0.15 mm) carbon-coated paper, etc.)
(Multi-sheet: 0.08 to Made of cloth or metal
0.13 mm)
148 mm
Coated (e.g. glossy paper, Smaller than 148 mm (W)
etc.) x 73 mm (L)
To transmit these kinds of documents, make a photocopy first, and then transmit
the copy instead.
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SETTING UP YOUR MACHINE
4. SETTING UP YOUR
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USER PARAMETERS
SETTING USER PARAMETERS
Date and Time/LOGO/ID
Dialling Method
Entering One-Touch/Abbreviated Dialling Numbers
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SETTING UP YOUR MACHINE
Your facsimile machine has several basic settings (User Parameters) to help you keep a record of
the documents you have sent or received. For example, the built-in clock keeps the exact date and
time and your Logo and iD Number to tell you when documents were sent or received.
A built-in battery will backup this information for up to 7 days when it is fully charged, if a power
failure occurs.
USER PARAMETERS
Date and Time
LOGO
ID Number
Dialling Method
One-Touch/
Abbreviated Numbers
At standby the display will show the Date and Time. Once they are set
they will automatically be updated.
The LOGO helps identify you to someone who receives your document.
The ID Number identifies the party you are communicating with. Once the
communication begins your display will show the other party's ID. We sug-
gest you use your telephone number as your ID Number.
Your machine can operate with either of two dialling methods (Tone or
Pulse). It is preset to Pulse dialling at the factory. Contact your telephone
company if you are not sure of the type of line you have.
One-Touch and Abbreviated Dialling Numbers are two fast ways of diall-
ing full telephone numbers. Up to 70 frequently called numbers can be
entered into memory along with the name of the station and an alterna-
tive number which will be called if the first number is busy.
Example:
No. First number Station Name Alternative Number
1 111 222 3333 Pana office 111 222 3311
70 41 123 4567 Panafax HQ 41 123 7890
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SETTING UP YOUR MACHINE
Setting Dialling Method
FUNCTION
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PD START
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(Fax Parameter No.)
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If you entered a wrong number, press [CLEAR | and then re-enter the correct number.
D START
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DIALLING METHOD
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5 | Enter the new setting code. И TONE NG METHOD
Enter [1] to change Pulse dialiing to Tone dialling.
$ START
08 RELAY XMT REQUEST
6 | To set, B: INVALID
Y STOP
7 | To return to the standby mode,
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SETTING UP YOUR MACHINE
$ START
7 | To set the name, ро! ALT. ABBR. NO.
8 | Enter an alternative abbreviated number, if necessary. (Refer to Step 3.)
_© START
9 To set,
Repeat Step 3 to Step 9 to record another station, or press [STOP ]to return to standby.
e Print out One-Touch/ABBR list to confirm your settings after entering One-Touch/ABBR
dialling numbers (see page 82).
e Fill in the station directory with station names corresponding to the One-Touch keys (see
page 11).
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BASIC TRANSMISSION SETTINGS
BASIC TRANSMISSION
SETTINGS
Resolution
Original (Contrast)
Halftone
Verification Stamp
Total Pages
Automatic Individual Transmission Journal (XMT Journal)
Error Correction Mode (ECM)
The basic transmission settings shown above have been preset for trans-
mitting ordinary documents.
Other types of documents may require changing these settings. Directions
for making these changes are given on the following pages.
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You can temporarily change seven basic settings (Resolution, Original (Contrast), Halftone, Total Pages,
Verification Stamp, Individual Transmission Journal and Error Correction Mode) before any ordinary trans-
mission. These settings can be altered before or after you place documents on the ADF. After you finish
transmission, your machine will automatically return to the preset settings. You can also change these set-
tings during transmission.
Resolution
Your machine is preset to Standard resolution, which
is suitable for ordinary documents. Use FINE or
Super-FINE for very detailed documents.
1 =
RESOLUTION
Press repeatedly until the
display shows the setting you want.
DOCUMENT SET
RESOLUT ION=STD
(STD = Standard)
or
DOCUMENT SET
RESOLUT ION=F INE
or
DOCUMENT SET
RESOLUTION=S FINE
(S FINE = Super-FINE)
and two digits, or .
* Press to return to standby mode.
Press [COPY | to test the new setting.
Original (Contrast)
Your machine is preset to NORMAL contrast. If you
have to send a document with dark contrast, you
may get better results by changing the setting to
DARK. If you have to send a document with light con-
trast, it may be wise to change the setting to LIGHT.
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ORIGINAL
™
Press repeatedly until the dis-
play shows the setting you want.
DOCUMENT SET
ORIGINAL =NORMAL
or
DOCUMENT SET
ORIGINAL =DARK
or
DOCUMENT SET
ORIGINAL=LIGHT
2 | + You can now diai by pressing [TEL/DIAL] and a full number, a One-Touch key,
Note:
| To change the preset Resolution/Contrast position, see page 75.
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BASIC TRANSMISSION SETTINGS
BASIC TRANSMISSION SETTINGS
Automatic Individual Transmission
Total Pages Journal (XMT Journal)
The page number will be printed at the top of each You may want to keep a separate record of each
page you send. You can also set the total number transmission you make to some or all of your clients.
of pages you send so that it will be printed on each Your machine can save you the trouble of writing
page in addition to the page number (e.g., 01/05, records by printing out a Transmission Journal for
02/05, etc.). you at the end of a transmission.
1 — MODE +
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un or fo , until the mode you want to set appears.
DOCUMENT SET DOCUMENT SET
TOTAL PAGES=[] XMT JRNL=OFF
& | Enter any number 1 - 99. 2 | To change the setting,
Ex: [5] SELECT
If you made an error, press [CLEAR] and
re-enter the correct number.
DOCUMENT SET
XMT JRNL=ON
5 * You can now dial by pressing and a full number, a One-Touch key,
and two digits, or
* Press [STOP] to return to standby mode.
Note: Note:
This setting is not required if you are storing 1. To change the preset position, see page 75.
the document in memory, the machine auto- 2. This setting is not required if you are stor-
matically performs this function. ing the document in memory, the machine
automatically performs this function.
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FUNCTION KEY LIST
BASIC TRANSMISSIONS
Transmission By Speed Dialling
Transmission Using Keypad
Redialling
What to Do When the Other Station is Set for Manual
Reception
MAKING COPIES
Single Copies and Multiple Copies
RECEIVING DOCUMENTS
Automatic Reception and Manual Reception
Receiving Oversize Documents
Substitute Reception (Memory Reception)
ADVANCED TRANSMISSIONS
TRANSMITTING FROM MEMORY
How to Transmit From Memory
TRANSMISSION RESERVATION
Setting Transmission Reservation
Cancelling Transmission Reservation
POLLING
How to Set the Polling Password
How to Prepare to be Polled
How to Poll
TIMER CONTROLLED COMMUNICATIONS
Setting Deferred Transmission or Deferred Polling
How to Cancel the Settings
TRANSMISSION USING PROGRAM KEYS
Setting Program Keys
Deferred Transmission or Deferred Polling
Normal Polling and Group Dialling/One-Touch Dialling
How to Erase or Change Program Key Settings
Using Program Keys
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OPERATION
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FUNCTION KEY LIST
OPERATION
This machine has a variety of functions. Select a function by pressing the FUNCTION key and entering
the number corresponding to the function as shown below.
1 | Deferred Communication Deferred — 1 | Timer 1
| | Transmission | | |
2 | Relayed Communication Deferred 2 | Timer 2
(see Note) Polling
3 | Polling 1 | Transmission
5 Confidential Communication 2 | Polling
1 | Journal Print 4 __|Print
2 | One-Touch/Abbreviated 5 | Delete
Dialling Number List
3 | Program List
FUNCTION Print Out |
6 4 | FAX Parameter List
6 | Individual Transmission Journal
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8 File List ate & Time
| Logo
| 1 User Parameters
— |D No.
Set Mode 2 | One-Touch/Abbreviated Numbers Polling Password
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3 | Program Keys —— XMT-Password
(see Note)
4 | FAX Parameters ——— RCV-Password
o (see Note)
5 Relayed Transmission 8 H Fax Access Code
Confidential Communication (see Note)
Parameters (see Note)
Before starting communication you can set or see the following items using the MODE [=] or
keys.
Setting Total Pages
| - —_ - ) Setting to be Polled
de or Jer Automatic Reception ON/OFF
Error Correction Mode ON/OFF
Displaying Used Memory Percentage
Automatic Individual Transmission Journal ON/OFF
Setting Password Transmission ON/OFF (see Note)
Note:
if the Fax Parameter is not preset to a Valid Position, which enables you to use
the function, the display will not show the function.
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OPERATION
Transmission Using Keypad
Dialling from the Keypad Direct Dialling from the Telephone Set
This procedure is available when the tele-
1 Place a document face down on the ADF. phone set is connected to your fax machine.
SPACE
еее * DIALLING =* 1 Place a document face down on the ADF.
Lift the handset.
2 | Use the keypad to dial a number.
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Use the keypad to dial a number.
Ex: 5](5](5]/1][2][3]La]
If you need a special access number to get an outside line, dial it first and then press
[PAUSE Îto enter a pause (represented by a hyphen “-”*) before dialling the full number.
Ex: [9] [PAUSE ][5][5][5][1][2]/3]ía]
3 | When you hear a beep sound,
_© START
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When the other station answers:
À beep sound is heard through the speaker and the document ON LINE + XMT =
will be sent. (When the other station is set to AUTOMATIC 5551234
RECEPTION)
If a voice is heard through the speaker, the other station is
set to MANUAL RECEPTION (see page 49).
if the other station has an ID, it will appear on the display.
ON LINE # XMT =
ID: 516 555 1234
When transmission ends, the display shows the number of COMPLETED
pages sent. TOTAL PAGES=05
If the line is busy, If the line is busy,
your machine will redial the number for you replace the handset. Then try again several
twice with three minute intervals. minutes later by pressing
WAITING TO DIAL
5551234
if no contact is made after the last redial, the
display will show an information code.
INCOMPLETE
INFO CODE=630
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OPERATION
What to Do When the Other Station is Set for Manual Reception
1 If the other station’s fax machine is set for manual reception, you will hear a voice through
the speaker when you try to send documents.
2 | Lift the handset.
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3 | Tell the other station to prepare for reception. a Ÿ _—
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When you hear a beep,
The machine begins sending your documents.
S | Replace the handset. ON LINE + XMT =
, in ID: 516 555 1234
If the other station has an ID, it will appear on
the display.
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RECEIVING DOCUMENTS
Automatic Reception
When your facsimile machine is preset to receive documents automatically, do not answer the tele-
phone when it rings. The machine will soon begin receiving.
Manual Reception
How to Set Manual Reception
If there is only one telephone line in your office and you wish to use the telephone line for both Fax
and Voice, you may set the machine to Manual Reception.
…— MODE +
1 or i repeatedly.
SELECT
To return to RCV = AUTO, press | SELECT | again.
O STOP
To return to standby, =
If your Machine is Set for Manual Reception
What to do when your telephone rings,
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Lift the handset. ®
If you hear a beep -.. beep ... beep sound, it means
someone wants to send a fax. Or, if the caller answers
and says he/she wants to send a fax, then ...
Remove document from the ADF, if any.
© START
Your machine starts receiving a document.
Replace the handset.
If the other station has an ID, it will appear on the
display.
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OPERATION
16-APR-1992 15:00
RCV=AUTO
16-APR-1992 15:00
RCV=MANUAL
16-APR-1992 15:00
MANUAL RCV
ON LINE = RCV *
ON LINE = RCV +
ID: 415 111 1234
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OPERATION
Substitute Reception (Memory Reception)
The machine will automatically start receiving into its image memory if any one of the following
conditions occur.
1. Recording paper runs out
2. Toner runs out
3. Toner disposal bottle becomes full or there is no toner bottle
4. No developer unit
5. Recording paper jams
6. Receiving cover, sub-front cover or transmitting cover is opened.
Stored document(s) are automatically printed out from the top of the page that resulted in an incomplete
recording when the printer is ready.
When the memory overflows, the machine will stop receiving and release the communication line.
The document(s) received in the memory up to that time will be stored and then printed out automati-
cally when the printer is ready.
1 | When the machine finishes the memory reception, an NO A on TAPER
information code appears on the display.
NO TONER
INFO. CODE x=041
TONER BOTTLE FULL
INFO.CODE=046
RECORDING PAPER JAM
INFO. CODE=001
& | To clear the problem,
1. Re-install the paper cassette (see page 22)
2. Replace the toner cartridge (see page 100)
3. Replace the toner disposal bottle (see page 101)
4. Re-install the developer unit (see page 17)
5. Clear the recording paper jam (see page 97)
6. Close the cover.
3 When the printer is ready, the machine will automati- * PRINTING *
cally start printing out the document(s) stored in the MEMORY RCV'D DOC.
memory, which will be erased after printing is
completed. 16 - АРВ - 1992 15:20
Note:
Do not turn off the power when the MEMORY light is lit.
If power is turned off, document(s) stored in the memory will be lost.
If a power failure occurs, the document information stored in the machine’s memory
will be lost. In this case a Power Failure Report (see page 86) and Journal (see
page 83) will be printed out automatically after the Power is turned ON again. Check
the journal tor M-OK marks. “M-OK”' indicates that the receiving documents have
been lost because of a power failure. Ask the calling party to send the lost docu-
ment again. The report and Journal are not printed out when there are no docu-
ment(s) stored in the memory.
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Dialling begins automatically.
If you press [STOP | while the machine is still dialling or send-
ing a document, the machine will ask for confirmation on the
display. If you select YES, the rest of the transmission will be
cancelled and the document(s) stored in the memory will be
erased automatically.
When transmission ends the machine will print out a Memory
Transmission Journal (COMM. JOURNAL) (see page 85) and
the document(s) stored in the memory will be erased automat-
ically.
Note:
* DIALLING *
[01] (Station name)
ON LINE * MEM. XMT =x
ID:
MEMORY XMT STOP?
1: YES 2:NO
* PRINTING *
JOURNAL PRINT
(Incomplete).
when there are no documents stored in the memory.
1. INFO. CODE = 633 wil! be displayed if there is no answer at the receiving side
after the last automatic redial. The document stored for this transmission will
be erased from the memory automatically and the Memory Transmission Jour-
nal (COMM. JOURNAL) will be printed out stating the transmission is “INC”
2. If a power failure occurs, the document information stored in the machine's
memory will be lost. In this case the Power failure Report will be printed out
automatically after the power is turned ON again. The report is not printed out
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OPERATION
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OPERATION
Cancelling Transmission Reservation (XMT RESERVED)
If necessary, you can also cancel XMT RESERVE while your machine is still busy with receiving
document(s) or transmitting from memory.
ON LINE * MEM. XMT =
| Remove the document(s) from ADF. XMT RESERVED
or
ON LINE * RCV +
XMT RESERVED
9 XMT RESERVE
XMT RESERVE
Er [15] (Station name)
The number you reserved will appear.
3 CLEAR „DO START XMT RESERVE
ENTER STATION
and then ON LINE » MEM. XMT +
or
ON LINE + RCV =»
Now, when your machine finishes receiving document(s) or transmitting from memory
it will return to standby.
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OPERATION
How to Prepare to be Polled
In order to let another station poll your machine, you must set a document on the ADF of your machine.
Be sure to set the polling password (see page 58) before setting the document on the ADF. After
being polled, your machine will automatically return to the preset setting.
1 Place a document face down on the ADF and,
— MODE +
DOCUMENT SET
A POLLED=OFF
or repeatediy.
SELECT DOCUMENT SET
2 Ei EN
You are now set for POLLED = ON. If you press again, the setting
will return to POLLED = OFF.
Note:
You can still receive ordinary transmissions when set to be polled.
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OPERATION
TIMER CONTROLLED COMMUNICATIONS
You can send a document stored in memory to one or more stations at any fixed time within a 24 hour peri-
od. This machine allows you to use two timers for Deferred Transmission and one timer for Deferred Polling.
You can set Deferred Transmission and Deferred Polling at the same time, as long as they are set to start
at different times.
Setting Deferred Transmission or Deferred Polling
1
Place a document face down on the ADF and,
FUNCTION 1
and des
Setting Deferred Transmission
1: XMT1 2:XMT2
Enter [1] to set the time in XMT1.
Enter [2] to set the time in XMT2.
If time has been already set in XMT1 or
XMT2, the following display will appear.
DEFERRED XMTn IS SET
CANCEL? 1:YES 2:NO
(n=1 or 2)
The instructions to cancel an existing
Deferred Transmission are given on page 63.
DEFERRED COMM. NO. =|
1: XMT 2:POLLING
Deferred Polling
2 | Enter [2].
* A polling password appears if it has been
previously set (see page 58).
POLLING
PASSWORD=B234
* A temporary password message appears
if it has not been set.
POLL ING
PASSWORD = BN
Enter temporary password if required.
Ex: [4][3)[2][1] and press
Enter start time from keypad. (Use four-digit, 24-hour clock.)
Ex: 21[3][3][0](11:30 p.m.)
START TIME 23:30
ENTER STATION(S) |]
If you enter a wrong number, press , then re-enter the correct number.
Dial by pressing a One-Touch key, or and two digits.
Ex: One-Touch key [02]
To add more numbers (70 maximum), repeat Step 4.
Ex: One-Touch key [05]
START TIME 23:30
[02] (Station пате ) Ц
START TIME 23:30
[05] (Station name)f
* To erase or change stations set, press
* If you recorded several, use MODE [— Jor [+ to find the station you want.
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OPERATION
How to Cancel the Settings
1 FUNCTION DEFERRED COMM. NO. =|]
1 1:XMT 2:POLLING
Deferred XMT Deferred Polling
® | Enter[1]. | DEFERRED XMT NO.-N @ | Enter[7]. | DEFERRED POLL IS SET
ter [1] 1:XMT1 2:XMT2 12] CANCEL? 1:YES 2:NO
(n=1 or 2) 6
Enter the timer number (1 or 2) you want to a
select. —
Ex: Enter [1].
DEFERRED XMT1 IS SET
CANCEL? 1:YES 2:NO
3 | To cancel a Deferred XMT or Polling. * CANCELED +
Enter [1].
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To set Deferred Transmission or Deferred Polling;
Deferred Transmission
Ex: [2)[3][3][0]
OPERATION
Deferred Polling
1 for XMT/POL 1 for XMT/POL
г ] NO. =|} [P1] мо. [P1]
1: XMT 2:POLLING 1:XMT 2:POLL ING
1 2
mM for XMT e for Polling
* A polling password appears if it has been
previously set.
POLL ING
PASSWORD=H234
* A temporary password message appears if it has
not been set.
POLLING
PASSWORD «BBB
Enter temporary password if required.
Ex: [4][3][2][1] and press [START].
DEFERRED POLL [P1
1:YES 2:NO мой
1
( >) for Deferred Polling
| в START TIME :
Enter the starting time using four digits (24 hours clock). '
START TIME 23:30
Enter a station number by using a One-Touch key or
and two digits.
Ex: One-Touch key [05]
Add more station number, if necessary.
If you find an error, press to erase the displayed station.
To store the starting time and station number,
Go to Step 7b (see page 67).
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START TIME 23:30
[05] (Station name)f
© START
To store the station number,
Enter program name using One-Touch/Character keys.
Ex: [P][RI[O]J[G][.][A]
© START
© START
OPERATION
PROGRAM NAME [P1]
PROGRAM NAME [P1]
PROG . Al}
You can now set another Program Key repeating the procedures from Step 3, or return
to standby by pressing |
Print out a Program List to confirm your settings (see page 82).
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To erase the Program Key;
CLEAR No. -B [РТ |
5 1:XMT/POL 2:ABBR/GRP
$ START
PROGRAM KEY |
To erase the station number;
Deferred Polling
— MODE +
| n | |
o
until the display shows the station you want
to erase.
Ex: One-Touch key [05]
START TIME
[05]
23:30
(Station name)f
Erase more stations, if necessary.
<P START
CLEAR |
т and
OPERATION
To change the Program Key function;
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Enter parameter number 1 or 2, then re-enter
the rest of the necessary settings.
DEFERRED POLL — [Р1
1:YES 2:NO №. =
Ex: Cancel Deferred Polling.
ENTER STN(S) [P1]
2
EX: and [4][5]
ENTER STN(S) [P11
[45] (Station name)
Press [START | to store the setting. If you
want to add more station numbers, repeat this
step.
Normal Polling or Group Dialling
— MODE +
15,585
until the display shows the station you want
to erase.
Ex: One-Touch key [05]
ENTER STN(S)
[05]
[P1]
(Station name)
Erase more stations, if necessary.
DP START
CLEAR
5 and
OPERATION
Using Program Keys
Once you have recorded a number, or group of numbers under a Program Key (see pages 64 - 67),
you can use the key by following the steps below.
To transmit documents using Program Keys;
1 Place a document face down on the ADF.
Press Program Key.
Ex: [P2] DOCUMENT SET
[P2] (Program name)
Note:
If more than one station has been registered in the Program Key, the machine
will store the document in the memory before dialing.
Dialling automatically begins. | DIALLING +
[20] (Station name)
To poll documents using Program Keys;
1 Make sure no documents are on the ADF.
Press Program Key.
Ex: [РЗ] 16-APR-1992 15:00
[P3] (Programe name)
Dialling automatically begins.
* DIALLING *
[21] (Station name)
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2. FAX PARAMETERS
Your machine has a variety of adjustable FAX parameters.
These parameters are normally preset and need not be changed.
75 Setting FAX Parameters
76 Fax Parameter Table
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FAX PARAMETERS
FAX PARAMETERS
Some parameters, such as the Resolution, Contrast, and Verification Stamp parameters, can be
temporarily changed by simple key operations just before a transmission is made. When the
transmission ends, however, these parameters return to their preset values. Other parameters can
only be changed by the procedure described below.
Setting FAX Parameters
1 p——]——¡jr— FAX PARAMETERS
FUNCTION
7 4
and us 7
Q | SST FAX PARAMETERS
NO. =f
2 | Enter a fax parameter number from the Parameter 01 RESOLUTION
Table (see pages 76 and 77). : STANDARD
Ex: [1] and [START] for RESOLUTION
4 | Enter the new setting value. 01 RESOLUTION
B:FINE
Ex: [2] for FINE.
To cancel any digit entered, press | CLEAR | and then start again from Step 2.
5 < START 02 ORIGINAL
fl: NORMAL
6 | Youcannow return to Step 3 to set the next parameter, 16-APR-1992 15:00
or, return to standby by pressing
To print out a Fax Parameter List, see page 82.
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FAX PARAMETERS
Parameter Parameter Netting Setting Comments
1* OK Selecting whether the machine
19 XMT Journal prints a transmission journal
ou
2 Automatic Print a omatically after each
1* Invalid Selecting whether the machine
20 Fax Access Code : uses a 4-digit password to prevent
2 Valid unauthorised use of the machine.
1* Off Selecting whether the machine
32 initial Operator Call sounds operator call when no fax
2 On signal is received in the fax mode.
. Selecting whether the machine
1 Invalid reduces the printed copy
33 Reduction RCV automatically to fit the size of the
9 Valid recording paper used when
receiving.
1 No Discard
. Setting the amount of remaining
34 Oo Note 2 10MM __ | data to be discarded wher an
3" 20 mm oversized document is received.
4 30 mm
. . Selecting whether the machine
1 Invalid reduces the printed copy
39 Reduction Copy automatically to fit the size of the
9 Valid recording paper used when
copying.
Note:
This function is available when REDUCTION RCV or REDUCTION COPY is set to
“Invalid”. Itis to control printing on the second page depending on the setting value
in this parameter when the document is divided into two pages.
Ex: The parameter is set to 20 mm
Sending Receiving
abcd abcd ABC | | less than 20 mm
a
ху? ху?
1234
АВС First page Second page is not printed
The machine compares the length which was set in
parameter 34 with the remaining length to be printed on
the second page and discards the data to be printed if
the length is shorter than the setting value.
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PRINTOUT REPORTS AND LISTS
8. PRINT OUT REPORTS AND
LISTS
To help you maintain records of the documents you send and receive,
your facsimile machine is equipped to print out various lists and journals.
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82
83
83
83
84
84
85
85
86
86
87
LIST OF REPORTS AND LISTS
HOW TO PRINT OUT REPORTS AND LISTS
SAMPLES OF REPORTS AND LISTS
Sample 32 Transactions Journal Printout
Sample Individual Transmission Journal
Sample One-Touch/ABBR. Dialling Number List
Sample Program List
Sample Fax Parameter List
Sample Memory Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL)
Sample File List
Sample Power Failure Report
- Reports and Lists Explanation
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PRINTOUT REPORTS AND LISTS
LIST OF REPORTS AND LISTS
32 Transactions Journal
The Journal is a record of the last 32 transactions (a transaction is performed each time you send or
receive a document). It is printed out automatically after every 32 transactions, but you can also print
it out manually at any time.
In addition to the transaction information, printer maintenance information is also printed out on the
journal,
Individual Transmission Journal (XMT JRNL)
An Individual Transmission Journal is printed out automatically after each transmission if you set XMT
JANL = ON in advance (see page 41). If necessary, it can also be obtained manually,
The Individual Transmission Journal contains information of the latest transmission.
One-Touch/ABBR. Dialling Number List
This is a list of all the facsimile numbers you recorded under One-Touch/ABBR. Dialling numbers.
Program List
This is a list of all the dialling patterns under the Program Keys.
FAX Parameter List
This is a list of the FAX Parameters.
Memory Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL)
A Memory Communication Journal is printed out automatically when you use Memory Transmission
(Multistation Transmission and Sequential Polling).
File List
A list of each timer communication file (see page 62) and Confidential Mailbox File (see page 121)
registered in the machine.
Power Failure Report
If a power failure occurs, the document information stored in the machine's memory will be lost. In this
Case a Power Failure Report will be printed out automatically after the power is turned on again. The
report is not printed out when there are no documents stored in the memory.
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PRINTOUT REPORTS AND LISTS
SAMPLES OF REPORTS AND LISTS
Sample 32 Transactions Journal Printout
(1) (2)
ek —JOURNAL- ***tk###*** DATE 16-APR-1992 #*** TIME 15:00 **xxxxxxXL
(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (9)
10
NO. COM PAGES (START) DURATION X/R IDENTIFICATION DATE TIME DIAGNOSTIC
01 OK 02 00:01706 XMT Paris Office 16-APR 10:44 840480AC7800
02 S-OK 00 00:00/20 XMT ------|Ц=—- 16-APR 10:45 A40480AC7800
03 M-OK 01 00:03719 RCV GROUP3 16-APR 10:47 010220200000
04 OK 02 00:01°07 XMT Central Office 16-APR 10:53 840480AC7800
05 OK 05/05(P.01) 00:02'38 XMT ra 0466 23 1689 16-APR 10:57 840480AC7800
06 OK 03 00:01’09 RCV 9123 45 1234 16-APR 11:04 050280AC7800
07 407 03/06(P.04) 00:00°46 XMT Tokyo B.O. 16-APR 11:07 840480AC7800 8
me
У $ SS S SS S —
32 OK 05/05(P.01) 00:02’52 XMT T 555 6949 16-APR 12:32 840480AC7800
(11) DRUM/DEVELOPER UNIT = CHANGE (REPLACEMENT SCHEDULE REACHED)
(12) DRUM/DEVELOPER COUNTER = 020056
(13) TOTAL PRINTED PAGES « 123456 A
(14) у
—UF-733 Tokyo -
(15)
AT AAA AAA AAA AAA AI AA AAA AAA AAAAAANANNAA -212 111 1234- xEXXEX
Sample Individual Transmission Journal
(1) (2)
FARRAR RAR NAAN ARAL JOURNAL. *€*aawavadaa DATE 16-APR-1992 *** TIME 15:00 ***uxxxxxaa
(17)
(9) DATE/TIME =
(3) JOURNAL NO.
(4) COMM. RESULT
(5) PAGES
(6) DURATION
(7) MODE
(8) STATION NAME
(8) TELEPHONE NO.
(8) RECEIVED ID
RESOLUTION
(18) VOICE CONTACT REQUESTED.
16-APR 12:34
08
OK
05/05
00:12'34
MEMORY XMT
Panafax Office
12345678901234567890
12345678901234
FINE
(14)
—UF-733 Tokyo
(15)
RA KAREN ARAN ANIMAN AAA TA NAAA NAAA RÁTNAA ANA ANATNAAR AR ARI —212 111 1234- wiki
See pages 87 and 88 for the explanation of each item.
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Sample Fax Parameter List
vtkkkttikk#t# PAX PARAMETERS-
PRINTOUT REPORTS AND LISTS
(1)
******* DATE 16-APR-1992 *x* TIME 15:00
(2)
AA As E A на
TANK ANA hk x
(25) (26) (27)
PARAMETER NO. & PARAMETER CURRENT STANDARD
SETTING SETTING
01 RESCLUTION (1:Standard 2:Fine 3:5.Fine) 1 1
02 ORIGINAL (1:Normal 2:Dark 3:Light) 1 1
03 STAMP (1:0£f 2:0n) 1 2
04 POLLED (1:0£f 2:On) 1 1
05 JOURNAL PRINT (1:0ff 2:Automatic Print) 2 2
06 HEADER PRINT (1:Inside 2:Outside 3:None) 1 1
07 DIALLING METHOD (1:Tone 2:Pulse) 1 2
08 RELAY XMT REQUEST (l:Invalid 2:Valid) 1 1
09 CONF. PARAMETER (1:0£ff 2:0n) 2 1
11 PASSWORD XMT {1:Invalid 2:0ff 3:0n) 1 1
12 PASSWORD RCV (l:Invalid 2:0ff 3:0n) 1 1
15 ECM (1:Off 2:0n) 2 2
17 SUBSTITUTE RCV (1: Invalid 2:Valid) 2 2
18 STAMP at MEM. XMT (1:0ff 2:0n) 1 1
19 XMT JOURNAL {1:0ff 2:Automatic Print) 1 1
20 FAX ACCESS CODE {(l: Invalid 2:Valid) 1 1
32 INITIAL OPR. CALL (1:0ff 2:0n) 2 1
33 REDUCTION RCV (l:Invalid 2:Valid) 1 2
34 OVERSIZED PAGE (1:No Discard 2:10mm 3:20mm 4: 30mm) 1 3
39 REDUCTION COPY (1:Invalid 2:Valid) 2 1
(14)
-UF-733 Tokyo -
(15)
DE ECON AAA AAA AAA ala al A À -_ 212 111 1234 = ИКИ
Sample Memory Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL)
(1) (2) (30)
kw kr -COMM. JOURNAL-
MO
(3
NO
01
02
03
04
05
06
(28)
DE = TRANSMISSION
) (4) (19)
. COM ABBR NO.
OK [01]
OK [02]
OK [15]
INC [16]
OK (27]
OK [08]
(29)
START = 16-APR 23:11
(19)
STATION NAME/
TELEPHONE NO.
London
Geneva
San Francisco
Vancouver
New York H. ©.
Tokyo
(29)
*** DATE 16-APR-1992 *** TIME 23:20 *+** p,; xx
END 16-APR 23:19
(5) (21) (22)
PAGES PRG. NO. PROGRAM NAME
05/05 [P1] Europe
05/05 [P1] Europe
05/05 [P3] North America
01/05 [P3] North America
05/05
05/05
(14)
-UF-733 Tokyo -
(15)
HARTER ER ARAN ERR REN RR AAA RA RA ER A kr kh RR AFR ARN RR AeA RAR RR kA RRR -1 212 111 1234~ *** * % *
See pages 87 and 88 for the explanation of each item.
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PRINTOUT REPORTS AND LISTS
Reports and Lists Explanation
No. Items Explanation
(1) | Printout date Day-Month-Year
(2) | Printout time Hour : Minute
(3) | Communication number * 32 Transaction Journal
01 - 32 (Does not always begin with 01 when printed out
manually.)
* Memory Transmission Journal
Up to 73 listed.
(4) | Communication resuit “OK” indicates that the transmission was successful.
“S-OK” indicates that STOP was pressed during
communication.
Three-digit information code (see pages 95 and 96)
appears when there was a problem.
“M-OK" indicates that the document was received into
memory.
“INC” indicates that the transmission was incomplete.
(5)
Number of pages
transmitted or received
XX or XX/YY (memory transmission)
XX: Indicates the number of pages successfully
transmitted.
YY: indicates the total number of pages stored in
memory.
(P.ZZ)
ZZ: Indicates the first page number transmitted from
memory.
Example:
PAGE (START)
02/05 (P.01) Two pages of five were sent successfully but
three pages of five were not sent.
03/05 (P.03) Documents remained in memory were sent
from page number three (P.03) and that
three pages were sent.
An asterisk *‘*'' indicates that the quality of some
received copies was poor.
(6)
Duration of
communication
Hour : Minute Second
(7)
Type of communication
“XMT" means Transmission.
“RCV” means Reception.
“POL” means Polling.
“ABBR/GRP”’ means that the program key is
programmed as a group key.
“DEFERRED XMT” means Deferred Transmission.
“CONFIDENTIAL” means that document was received
into the confidential mailbox.
(8)
Remote station
À name indicates station name recorded in this machine.
A number indicates remote station's ID number or
Telephone number. Group 3 indicates that the remote
station was a CCITT G3 machine.
(9)
Communication date and
time
Day-Month-Hour:Minute
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9. USING YOUR
TELEPHONE SET
91 Making a Regular Call
91 Making Voice Contact after Sending/Receiving
81 Answering a Voice Contact Request
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USING YOUR TELEPHONE SET
USING YOUR TELEPHONE SET
Making a Regular Call
You can use the handset on your machine to make regular calls. To do so, lift the handset and dial
a full number just as if you were using an ordinary telephone. If you wish, you can also use One-
Touch/ABBR. keys.
] Remove any document from the ADF. 16-APR-1992 15:00
9 16-APR-1992 15:00
Lift the handset.
3 Dial by pressing a One-Touch key, {ABBR | and two 16-APR-1992 15:00
2 [02] (Station name)
digits, or a full number.
Ex: [02] 16-APR-1992 15:00
555 1234)
Making Voice Contact after Sending/Receiving
You may want to talk to the other person over the telephone after sending or receiving documents.
To do so, perform Step 1 while the machine is still sending or receiving.
When sending When receiving
PACE
1 TEUDÍAL ON LINE * XMT » TEL ON LINE x RCV + TEL
When sending/receiving is over and the other party answers the Voice Contact request,
you will hear a beep-beep-beep sound coming through the machine.
ON LINE + XMT * TEL ON LINE » RCV + TEL
OPERATOR CALLING OPERATOR CALLING
9 N
AN
3
Lift the receiver and talk.
Answering a Voice Contact Request
When you hear a beep-beep-beep sound coming through the machine, it means you are receiving
a voice contact request. Reply by following the above procedure from Step 2.
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10. IF YOU HAVE ANY
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99
100
101
101
102
103
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PROBLEMS
INFORMATION CODES
TROUBLESHOOTING
Clearing a Recording Paper Jam
Clearing a Document Jam
Replacing the Printer Supplies
Toner Cartridge
Drum Unit and Developer Unit
Toner Disposal Bottle and Cleaning Pad
Refilling or Replacing the Verification Stamp
Cleaning the Inside of the Transmitting Cover
Cleaning the Inside of Your Machine
REPACKING
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IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS
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INFORMATION CODES
When something unusual occurs, the display may show one of the information codes below. These
will help you fix the problem.
IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS
information : e:
code Meaning Action
001/003 Recording paper jam. Remove jammed paper.
(See page 97)
010 No recording paper or no paper Reload recording paper.
cassette. (See page 22)
021/022 Printing system is abnormal. Turn the power switch OFF and then
ON. if the system still doesn't work
well, call your service personnel.
030 Document misfeeding. 1. Reload the document properly.
(See page 28)
2. Remove document jam.
(See page 98)
031 Document paper is too long or 1. Reload the document properiy.
jammed. (See page 28)
Document length exceeds 1 meter. 2. Remove document jam.
(See page 98)
041 No toner Replace Toner Cartridge.
(See page 100)
044 No Developer Unit Check Printer Cable. Set Print
Process Unit. (See page 17)
045 No Toner Disposal Bottle Set Toner Disposal Bottle.
(See page 101)
046 Toner Disposal Bottle is full. Set new Toner Disposal Bottle.
(See page 101)
053/055/056 | Printing system is abnormal. Turn the power switch OFF and then
ON. If the system still doesn't work
well, call your service personnel.
060 Door or cover is open. Close the Transmitting Cover and
Receiving Cover.
400/464 During initial handshake, receiving 1. Check with the other party.
station did not respond or communi- | 2. Reload the document and try
cation error occurred. again.
402/404/405/ | During initial handshake, communica- | Reload the document and try again.
432 tion failure occurred.
403 No polling capability at the remote Ask remote side to set "POLLED =
side. ON”.
407/468/469 | No confirmation from the receiving Wait a few minutes and transmit
station for the previous page sent. again.
408/409 Remote side confirmation of previous | Wait a few minutes and transmit
page is illegible. agaln.
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IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Clearing a Recording Paper Jam
When the recording paper is jammed somewhere within the machine, a RECORDING PAPER JAM
message will appear on the display.
Whenever it appears, check the location shown below in order to remove the jammed paper.
CAUTION
Do not turn your machine’s power off when the MEMORY light is lit.
Otherwise, the data stored in the memory will be lost.
—
. Remove the paper cassette.
2. Open the receiving cover.
* When you find the jammed paper near the
cassette entrance area:
. Remove the jammed paper gently.
4. Close the receiving cover carefully until it locks into
position. —
* When you do not find the jammed paper near \ —
the cassette area:
3. Unplug the printer cable and remove the Print
Process Unit.
4. Remove the jammed paper gently.
5. Reinstall the Print Process Unit and plug in the
printer cable. /
6. Close the receiving cover carefully by pressing down
b
Ww
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Il
until it locks into position.
* When the jammed paper is under the fuser
roller: (perform the following steps after remov-
ing the Print Process Unit)
4. Pull the fuser roller release lever toward the right side
of your machine and remove the jammed paper.
5. Reinstall the Print Process Unit and plug in the
printer cable.
6. Close the receiving cover carefully by pressing down
until it locks into position.
Fuser Rolier
Release Lever
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Replacing the Printer Supplies
When the toner decreases to a level requiring replacement, the display will show Information Code 041.
IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS
This Print Process Unit condition is printed out on the 32 Transaction Journal.
Replacement of the Print Process Unit should be performed under the following schedules.
Unit Name
Reference Information
Remarks
Print Process Unit
32 transaction journal
(see page 83)
Replace both the Developer
Unit and Drum Unit.
Toner Cartridge
Display message ‘REPLACE
TONER KIT" or “NO TONER"
Replace both the Toner
Cartridge and Cleaning Pad.
Cieaning Pad
Toner Disposal Bottle
Display message “TONER
BOTTLE FULL"
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IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS
Replacing the Drum Unit and Developer Unit
It is recommended to replace both the Drum Unit and Developer Unit at the same time (see page 17).
Replacing the Toner Disposal Bottle and the Cleaning Pad
At the same time you replace the Toner Cartridge, you should also replace the Cleaning Pad.
When the message “TONER BOTTLE FULL" appears on the display, the Toner Disposal Bottle should
be replaced.
The replacement procedure is as follows:
1. Open the Sub-Front Cover by pushing in on
it,
2. Pull out the Toner Disposal Bottle gently and
seal the bottle with the green cap.
Toner Bottie Cap
(green)
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CAUTION
* Never re-use the Toner from the Toner Disposal Bottle.
* When discarding the old Toner Disposal Bottle, it should be covered with
the green cap provided and disposed of in a plastic bag. |
3. Pull the cleaning pad toward you by lifting
the end up slightly and then push down ` =
when it stops. Then pull out the Cleaning AN DZ
Pad completely. '
4. Install a new Toner Disposal Bottle and a
new Cleaning Pad.
5. Close the Sub-Front Cover gently by
pressing in on it until it locks into position.
Cleaning
Pad
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IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS
Cleaning the Inside of the Transmitting Cover
If the receiving party reports that the received documents were black, or contained black bands,
try making a copy on your unit. If the copy is black or has black bands, the scanning glass or the
scanning plate is probably dirty or defective and must be cleaned.
1. Open the Transmitting Cover.
2. Wipe the surface of the scanning glass and scanning plate (white) gently with a soft cloth or gauze
soaked with ethyl alcohol.
Scanning Giass
„=
3. Clean the read guide roller (dark blue) with a soft cloth soaked with ethyl alcohol while rotating
the roller with your fingers.
Note:
Be sure to use a clean cloth since the scanning glass and the scanning plate can
be easily scratched.
Cleaning the Inside of Your Machine
After refilling the toner or replacing the drum unit, clean the inside of your machine by wiping any
visible toner away with a damp cloth.
—— CAUTION
1. The machine must be turned off prior to cleaning.
2. Don't touch the green drum surface.
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125
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APPENDIX |
a. RELAYED (MULTI-STATION) TRANSMISSION
b. CONFIDENTIAL MAILBOX AND CONFIDENTIAL
COMMUNICATION
Cc. PASSWORD COMMUNICATION
d. FAX ACCESS CODE
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APPENDIX |
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APPENDIX |
APPENDIX |
a. RELAYED (MULTI-STATION) TRANSMISSION
Relayed Transmission is a feature which can save you time and transmission costs if you need to
send the same document to several facsimile stations at the same time. This is especially true if
the transmissions are long distance.
To use Relayed Transmission, you must be part of a “Relay Network” built around a “Relay Station."
Thatis, when you send a document by Relayed Transmission, you actually send it to a Relay Station
together with instructions to relay it to one or more end receiving station(s). The Relay Station first
receives the document in its memory and then relays it to the end receiving station(s).
Example:
initial Sending Station Relay Station End Receiving Stations
PT 7
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Note:
The number of end receiving stations that can be reached by a Relay Transmis-
sion is limited by the memory capacity of the initial sending machine; i.e., your
machine cannot make a Relay Transmission to more than 70 end receiving sta-
tions. This is enough, however, to allow more than one Relay Network to be set up.
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Tables 1, 2 and 3 are sample Parameter Tables for Network A.
Table 1 Sample Parameter Table for New York
APPENDIX |
One-Touch/ Station Name | Telephone Relay — |Relay Station| Network | One Station
ABBR No. Number Address YESINO Address XMT
New York 212 111 1234 — — 1000
01 Chicago 312 111 1234 20 YES 2000 Direct
02 Detroit 313 111 1234 20 NO 2001 Direct
03 Minneapolis | 612 111 1234 20 NO 2002 Direct
04 St. Louis 314 111 1234 20 NO 2003 Direct
05 Denver 303 111 1234 30 YES 3000 Direct
06 Seattle 206 111 1234 30 NO 3001 Relay
07 San Francisco] 415 111 1234 30 NO 3002 Relay
08 Los Angeles | 213 111 1234 30 NO 3003 Relay
Table 2 Sample Parameter Table for Chicago
One-Touch/ Station Name Telephone Relay Relay Station; Network One Station
ABBR No. Number Address YES/NO Address XMT
Chicago 312 111 1234 20 — 2000 —
01 Detroit 313 111 1234 20 — 2001
02 Minneapolis | 612 111 1234 20 — 2002 —
03 St. Louis 314 111 1234 20 — 2003
04 New York 212 111 1234 — — 1000 —
Table 3 Sample Parameter Table for Denver
One-Touch/ Station Name | Telephone Relay Relay Station | Network One Station
ABBR No. Number Address YES/NO Address XMT
Denver 303 111 1234 30 — 3000 —
01 Seattle 206 111 1234 30 — 3001
02 San Francisco| 415 111 1234 30 — 3002 —
03 Los Angeles | 213 111 1234 30 — 3003
05 New York 212 111 1234 — — 1000 —
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Setting the Relayed XMT Fax Parameters
FUNCTION 7 4
75, and io “un
9 D START
3 Enter the fax parameter number 08.
D START
8
Г,
anc
08 RELAY XMT REQUEST
O: INVALID
4 Enter setting number 2.
2
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08 RELAY XMT REQUEST
B:VALID
5 | To set relay XMT request,
© START
6 To return to standby,
Y STOP
e
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APPENDIX |
Setting your own Telephone number, your
own Network Address and Network Password
pi
1 FUNCTION
9
A
RELAYED XMT &
CONF . COMM. PARAMETERS
© START
2
“UN TELEPHONE NO.
3 Enter your facsimile telephone number (max.
36 digits).
Ex: 1 212 111 1234
==
==
Press [START | to set.
OWN NETWORK ADDRESS
4 Enter your Network Address (four digits).
Ex: 1000
Press to set.
NETWORK PASSWORD
5 Enter the Network Password (four digits).
Ex: 9999
Press to set.
SUBSTITUTE RELAY STN
é Enter the Substitute Relay Station number
using a One-Touch key or ,
Ex: [1][2] and press [START].
OWN TELEPHONE NO.
D 212 111 1234
7 | To return to standby, press ,
If the recorded station is the First Relay Station, press
[1].
If not, press [2].
Ex: [1]
Enter the two-digit Relay Address.
Ex: [21[0]
Press to set.
In case the station you have just recorded will be used
tor one-station transmission, you can preset the trans-
mission route.
[1] For transmission via the Relay Station
[2] For direct transmission
Repeat Steps 3 through 8 to enter the numbers for
other stations, or return to standby by pressing
Print out a One-Touch/ABBR. Nos. list to confirm your
setting (see page 82).
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APPENDIX |
[01] RELAY ADDRESS
[07] ONE STN NO. =]
1:RELAY 2:DIRECT
ONE - TOUCH/ABBR. |]
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APPENDIX |
Sending a Document by Relayed Transmission
Once you have recorded all the necessary parameters in your machine in accordance with the Relay
Network you belong to, you can send a document to two or more stations in the network system,
automatically, using the procedure below.
Place documents face down on the ADF.
Sending from the ADF
7 we 15
FUNCTION
RELAYED XMT
ENTER STATIONS
Dial by pressing a One-Touch key, or
[ABBR] and 2 digits.
Ex: One-Touch key [10].
RELAYED XMT
[10] (Station name)
To add more One-Touch or ABBR
numbers (up to 70 maximum), repeat step
3
Ex: [ABBR] and [3]15).
RELAYED XMT
[35] (Station name)
© START
(In this example Station No.
5 is the Relay Station.)
* DIALLING *
[05] (Station name)
Note:
To erase or change stations set in steps
3 or 4, press . If you recorded
several, use MODE [= lor [+ )to find the
station you want. Then press
Add new stations with One-Touch keys, or
and two digits.
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Sending from Memory
Dial by pressing a Program key or
, and any combination of
One-Touch, and two digits,
and a full number, or a
program key.
DOCUMENT SET
ENTER STATION(S)
Ex: [P1] and [27]
© START
—
* STORE =
PAGES=01
01%
* STORE » COMPLETED
TOTAL PAGES=05
First the machine stores the document
into the memory. Then it dials the Relay
Station and sends the document.
* DIALLING *
[01] (Station name)
After the transmission ends, your
machine prints out a RELAY XMT
REPORT automatically and returns to
standby.
* PRINTING =
COMM. JOURNAL
After the Relay Station finishes its
transmission to the end receiving
stations, your machine prints out a
RELAY XMT RESULT report sent back
by the Relay Station and returns to
standby.
APPENDIX |
Confidential Network Communication (via a Centre Station)
The Confidential Network Communication requires a Centre Station such as a UF-650 to communi-
cate with other Panafax models which have confidential communication features. First the initial
Sending Station sends a confidential document to the Centre Station together with a Confidential
Code. The document will remain in the centre station's memory until polled by End Receiving Station.
in the example given in figure 2, the End Receiving Station must know the Confidential code attached
to the document.
Sent with Sent with Sent with
Conf. Code 1000 Conf. Code 2000 Conf. Code 3000
A | B | C |
Initial Sending Initial Sending Initial Sending
Station Station Station
| ]
Y y Y Conf. Code
3000
UF-650 "| End Receiving
Centre Station + ——~—=—== Station
Conf. Code —_- DN 11
1000 4707 Conf.Code ~_ y —
Pi 2000 So C Ei
End Receiving End Receiving |
Station Station
5 Qu
Figure 2 Sending Confidential Faxes via a Centre Station
‚ Иа UF-650 or UF-620 is the Centre Station, more than one document can be stored in the same
memory file using the same Confidential Code. That is, you can keep adding faxes to the file, just
like putting mail in a mailbox, until the memory is full. if a UF-640 is the Centre Station, you cannot
add a fax to the file which has the same Confidential Code attached with a file already stored in
the memory. Whichever station you use you can also create more than one file, each with a different
Confidential Code.
Note also that once you have polled or printed out the confidential document from the Centre Station,
the document is automatically erased from the Centre Station's memory.
The stored confidential document(s) will be available to be polled by the end receiving station.
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APPENDIX I
Setting Up Your Machine for Confidential Communications
To use Confidential Communications you must first preset the Confidential Communication Fax
Parameters described below. The following four settings need to be set when the centre machine
is a UF-620, UF-640 or UF-650. Then, every time you actually send a Confidential document you
must set a Confidential Code.
1. Confidential Fax Parameter: |
This switches the Confidential Parameter to ON or OFF (see Note 2).
2. Own Telephone Number:
Your full telephone number should be entered (see Note 2).
3. Network Password and Polling Password
You may use a Network Password and Polling Password (see Note 1) to prevent outside facsi-
mile(s) from using the Confidential Communication network. The same password must be provid-
ed to all the machines inside the network (see Note 2).
4. Confidential Code:
A four-digit code, which you must assign to each Confidential Fax you send. It identifies the fax
when it is stored in the Centre Station. The receiving person must know the code in order to poll
the fax from the Centre Station.
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Note:
1. To set Polling Password, see page 58.
2. When using a Confidential Mailbox, you need not to set the items from 1 to
3 listed above.
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Sending a Confidential
Document to UF-733
1 Place the document face down on the ADF.
2 FUNCTION
A O
CONFIDENTIAL XMT
CONF. CODE «BBB
3 | Enter Confidential Code (four-digits).
Ex: [2][2][4][4]
Press to set.
4 | Enterthe UF-733 Station's number by press-
ing a One-Touch key, and two-digit
code, or and a full number.
Ex: One-Touch key [05]
<D START
5 |
* DIALLING *
[05] (Station name;
The UF-733, as a receiving station, stores the
received document in a Confidential Mailbox
File.
If necessary, inform the receiving party of the
Confidential Fax and tell them the Confiden-
tial Code to print out document.
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APPENDIX 1
Printing Out Confidential
Documents Received in Your
UF-733 Memory
After you have been informed that someone has
transmitted a Confidential Document to your
machine, use the following procedure to print out a
Confidential Document.
1 FUNCTION | —
5 4
Au 1
PRINT CONF. FILE
CONF .CODE= NN
2 | Enter Confidential Code of document you
want to print.
and
adh
Ex: [1][1][2][3]
© START
3
* PRINTING =
MEMORY STORED FILE
The machine will print the Confidential
Document.
Note:
The Received Confidential Document
will be erased automatically after print-
ing out manually.
APPENDIX I
Deleting a Stored Confidential Document
If your memory becomes full, or you just want to clean out your files, you may delete one or more
confidential documents stored in your machine using the following procedure. To do so, however,
you must know the Confidential Code of the document you want to delete.
DELETE CONF. FILE
1 FUNCTION Е 5 CONF .CODE=HNBR
FL ra
and 7]
2 Enter Confidential Code of the document you
want to delete.
Ех: [1] [0 [21 [2]
3 L START * DELETED *
CONF. CODE=1122
The machine deletes the document.
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APPENDIX |
c. PASSWORD COMMUNICATION
Password Communications, including Password Transmission and Password Receiving, prevent your
machine from sending a fax to a wrong station or receiving a fax from unauthorised stations. You
can set Password Transmission and Password Receiving independently, or set both together.
You must set the Fax Parameter and password before using Password Communication.
Parameter Setting
Fax Parameter Setting
Password XMT Password RCV
(Parameter No. = 11) (Parameter No. = 12)
Password Transmission Set to ON ——
Password Receiving —— Set to ON
To set the parameter, see page 75.
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Setting Transmitting/Receiving Password
1 FUNCTION 7 1
o | START XMT - PASSWORD
nn
repeatedly.
3 | Entera four-digit Transmission Password.
Ex: [5][0][0][0] © START
To set the Transmission Password,
4 | Enter a four-digit Receiving Password. RCV - PASSWORD Inn
Ex: [6][0][0]f0] © START —
To set the Receiving Password,
To return to standby, press
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d. FAX ACCESS CODE
APPENDIX |
The Fax Access Code prevents an unauthorised user from operating the machine. Once a four-digit Fax
Access Code is registered, no one can operate the machine without entering the correct access code.
Automatic Receiving, however, is always available. After you complete any operation, such as mode setting
or transmission, and the display returns to standby, you have to re-enter the access code in order to use
the machine again. Registering the Fax Access Code does not affect the use of the machine in any other way.
How to Set Fax Access Code
Before you use the Fax Access Code function, be
sure to set Fax Parameter 20 to the valid position
(see pages 75 - 77). |
1 ze —
FUNCTION 7 1
PD START
9 |
repeatedly until the following
display appears.
FAX ACCESS CODE
3 | Entera four-digit Fax Access Code.
Ex: [5][5][5](5]
4 To set the code,
TONE { START
—* +
Fi
—
DATE & TIME
f6-04-1992 15:00
15
and
© STOP
5 .
To return to standby, =
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How to Use the Machine after
You Set Fax Access Code
After setting a Fax Access Code, the following stand-
by display will appear.
16-APR-1992 15:00
АС *
1 Enter Fax Access Code.
Ex: [5][5][5][5]
16-APR-1992 15:00
AC= NUS
(The entered Fax Access Code is not dis-
played).
If the Fax Access Code you just entered coin-
cides with the code set in the machine, the
display ‘AC =" will disappear.
16-APR-1992 15:00
If not, the machine returns to standby.
2 | You can now use the machine using normal
operating procedures.
Ex: Set a document on the ADF.
3 | After you complete any operation, the
machine will return to standby. To use the
machine again, re-enter the Fax Access
Code.
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APPENDIX II
APPENDIX II
a. SPECIFICATIONS
Compatibility
Scanning method
Document size
Document thickness
ADF capacity
Effective scanning width
Recording paper size
Recording paper
capacity
Recording size
Resolution
Coding scheme
Modem
Power supply
Power consumption
Dimensions
Weight
Operating environment
Abbreviated dialling
memory
image memory capacity
CCITT Group 3
Transmitter: CCD
Receiver: Laser printing on plain paper
MAX.: 280mm x 1000mm
(with operator's assistance)
MIN. : 148mm x 73mm
Single sheet : 0.06mm to 0.15mm
Multiple sheets : 0.08mm to 0.13mm
MAX.: 30 sheets
G3: 208 mm
252mm (Reduction)
Ad: 210mm x 297mm
250 sheets/cassette (20 pounds paper)
A4: 203mm x 287mm
Horizontal: G3 8 pels/mm
Vertical : G3 3.85 lines/mm (STANDARD)
7.7 lines/mm (FINE)
15.4 lines/mm (SUPER FINE)
(11.8 lines/mm for printing)
MH, MR, MWS
G3: V.29, V.27ter with fallback function, and V.21
AC 200V to 240V, 50/60 Hz, Single Phase
430W
317mm (H) x 417mm (W) x 414mm (D)
(excluding trays, cassette and other projections)
Approx. 17 kg
(excluding trays, recording paper, paper cassette)
Temperature: 10 to 32.5 °C
Relative humidity: 20 to 80%
70 stations (including 23 One-Touch keys and 3 Program keys)
Each station can register up to 36 digits for each telephone number
(including pauses and spaces) and up to 15 characters for each
station name
Approx. 20 pages
Approx. 50 pages (with 512KB, Option)
Approx. 80 pages (with 1MB, Option)
(Based on CCITT Test Chart No.1 using Standard Resolution)
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