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Safety instructions

Please read and follow all warnings and instructions.

Ensure the machine is stable and secure on a level surface. The surface should be smooth and horizontal. Do not place the machine on carpet. The fax machine may be damaged if it falls and may cause serious injury, especially to small children.

Do not place anything in front of the fax machine, as this will obstruct the document feeder.

Do not expose your fax machine to rain or other liquids, as there is a risk of electric shock or fire.

Disconnect the fax machine from the mains and the telephone line during thunderstorms. If this is not possible, avoid using the fax machine or the telephone during the storm. There is a risk of electric shock from lightning and risk of damage to the machine.

If there is a power failure neither the fax machine nor the telephone will work.

During a power failure the numbers and names stored in the telephone book and the speed dial keys and other data will be saved with the aid of a backup battery. If the battery is dead, the information will be lost.

If there is a power failure any faxes stored in the memory will be lost.

This fax machine is only intended for use in the country in which it was purchased. It meets the requirements of the telephone companies.

Do not place the fax machine in direct sunlight. Do not place it near to a radiator, heater, radio, television or air conditioning unit. Do not allow it to come into contact with dust, water or chemicals.

To avoid risk of overheating do not cover your fax machine.

Place the fax machine so that air can circulate freely. Do not operate it in enclosed spaces such as cabinets, cupboards or drawers. Do not cover the fax machine with tablecloths, paper or folders. Do not place the fax machine on soft surfaces such as beds, duvets, cushions, sofas or carpets as there is a risk of overheating and fire.

Do not connect the mains or telephone line in a damp atmosphere, unless the connectors are especially adapted. Do not touch sockets or telephone connectors with wet hands.

If you want to use a cordless phone, place the base station at least 15 cm away from the fax machine to avoid interference.

Do not touch telephone wires or mains cables where the insulation is missing or damaged unless they are already disconnected.

Ensure the cabling is safe and does not present a trip hazard as this may damage both the cable and the fax machine.

Unplug the fax machine from the mains and the telephone line before cleaning.

Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners such as sprays or polishes.

Never spill liquid of any kind into the machine. There is a risk of electric shock or other injury. The machine may be damaged.

If liquid is accidentally spilled into the machine, unplug the machine immediately and have it inspected.

If the display is broken, a weak acid may leak out. Avoid contact with skin and eyes.

If the casing or the mains cable is damaged, unplug the fax machine. The cover of the fax machine may only be opened by authorized service personnel.

Your machine has been tested to EN 60950 or IEC 60825-1 and may only be operated on telephone networks and power supplies that conform to these standards.

Installation..........................4

Packaging ..................................................................................... 4

Description .................................................................................. 5

Controls ....................................................................................... 6

Accessories ................................................................................... 7

Inserting paper ............................................................................ 8

Inserting toner ............................................................................ 8

Changing toner ........................................................................... 9

Connecting the fax machine ...................................................... 9

Additional telephones.............................................................. 10

ISDN connection ...................................................................... 11

Private branch exchange (PABX) ............................................. 11

Computer connection * ........................................................... 11

Basic settings................... 12

Country selection ...................................................................... 12

Display language ....................................................................... 12

Help............................................................................................ 12

Your number ............................................................................ 12

Your name ................................................................................. 12

Time and date ........................................................................... 12

Volume ...................................................................................... 12

Energy save mode .................................................................... 13

Toner save mode ...................................................................... 13

List of settings .......................................................................... 13

Fax switch........................ 14

TEL mode ................................................................................. 14

FAX mode................................................................................. 14

AUT mode ................................................................................ 14

TAM mode ............................................................................... 14

Fax reception from a different phone ..................................... 14

Telephone......................... 15

Making a call .............................................................................. 15

Re-dialling .................................................................................. 15

Speed dialling ............................................................................ 15

Phonebook................................................................................ 15

Groups ...................................................................................... 16

Calling line identification ......................................................... 16

Printing a journal ...................................................................... 17

Contents

Fax .................................... 18

Inserting a document ............................................................... 18

Sending a fax ............................................................................. 18

Resolution ................................................................................. 18

Reducing .................................................................................... 18

Memory ..................................................................................... 19

Sending later .............................................................................. 20

Sending with code .................................................................... 20

Receive polling .......................................................................... 20

Transmit polling ....................................................................... 20

Transmission speed .................................................................. 21

Reception speed ........................................................................ 21

Transmission report ................................................................. 21

Reception report ....................................................................... 21

Copy - scan - print .......... 22

Copy ........................................................................................... 22

Scan * ......................................................................................... 22

Printing from the PC * ............................................................ 22

Troubleshooting .............. 23

Error codes ...................... 25

Annex ............................... 27

Technical data............................................................................. 27

Glossary ..................................................................................... 27

Guarantee .................................................................................. 28

Order service.............................................................................. 28

Declaration of conformity ....................................................... 29

Index................................. 30

* only for LPF 755

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Installation

Packaging

The shipment includes the following parts:

Fax machine with paper tray

Telephone cable with connector

User Manual

Installation Guide

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* only included for LPF 755

Telephone handset with spiral cable

Toner cartridge

Document holder

Document exit tray

Printer cable*

CD-Rom for connecting to a computer*

Description

Document holder

Document feeder

(Maximum 15 pages)

Document guide

Cover grip

Cover

Control panel

Space for entering names

Document exit tray

Cover for paper tray

Paper tray

(Maximum 125 pages)

Paper exit tray

pull out of paper tray

Mains cable

Toner cartridge

Telephone cable

Port for printer cable

only for LPF 755

Paper eject lever

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Controls

RESOLUTION

Improves the clarity of text and drawings when sending and copying u

Select options / set volume / move display cursor

MENU

Use to select functions

TEL/FAX/AUTO

Set receive mode (TEL/FAX/AUTO/TAM) g

Indicates that you are making a telephone call/dialing on-hook/ printing from the PC (Laserfax 755 only) v

If this symbol flashes please read the display

STOP

Interrupts the process / ejects the document / cancels the input

START/COPY

Starts fax transfer or copies document

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R

For special functions e.g. when using a PABX or accessing functions provided by your telephone provider (toggling, call waiting, etc.)

PP

Redial the last five numbers dialed / insert a pause between two digits

Speed dial keys

Dial stored numbers m A-Z

Look up names and telephone numbers l

On-hook dialing. Press this key to signal a voice request after sending or receiving documents

MEMORY

Memory functions

Accessories

Document holder

Insert the paper holder firmly into the opening behind the document feeder until it blocks.

Document exit tray

Insert the document exit tray gently into the opening under the control panel. For non-standard documents (e.g. larger than

A4) just extend the tray.

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Fax machine handset

Insert the handset with the spiral cable into the socket marked

HANDSET on the underside of the machine. For details on connecting further devices to the EXT socket see Installa-

tion/Additional devices.

Paper exit tray

The paper exit tray is permanently attached to the paper tray.

When pulling out the paper exit tray keep one hand on the paper tray.

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Inserting paper

1 Pull out the paper tray.

6 Carefully push in the paper tray.

2 Fan the paper to prevent more than one sheet being drawn through at a time.

3 Open the cover of the paper tray and insert paper up to the mark (Standard A4 210 x 297 mm, 80 g/m up to 125 sheets.

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). The tray holds v Do not fill the paper tray above the mark. Do

not insert paper when the machine is printing.

Do not use paper that has already been printed by a laser printer as this can lead to paper jams.

Inserting toner

Before you can send, receive or copy documents, there must be a toner cartridge in the fax machine. A free toner cartridge is included with your fax machine.

1 Take the cartridge out of the packaging and remove the extra paper.

4 Insert documents that need to be printed or copied (such as templates or headed paper) with the printed side (face)

down.

2 Shake the toner several times to improve the print quality.

5 Push the paper down until the small lever (A) locks into place. Replace the cover.

v Do not touch the underside of the toner car-

tridge as this can affect the print quality.

3 Carefully pull out the tab on the left-hand side of the cartridge.

4 Grip the cover at the sides and fold it backwards. Insert the toner cartridge into the holder until it locks and then close the cover.

4 Insert the new toner in the holder until it locks and then close the cover.

D Only use PHILIPS original toner PFA721. You can order toner cartridges directly from PHILIPS. (See Annex/Order

Service)

Changing toner

1 Follow points 1-3 under Inserting a toner cartridge.

2 Grip the cover at the sides and fold it backwards.

D Keep the open/used toner in its original packaging or wrap it in a cloth and return it to your local retailer.

Connecting the fax machine

To the mains

1 Plug the fax machine into the wall socket.

2 The display shows SELECT COUNTRY.

3 Press START/COPY and choose the country where the fax machine will be used with u.

4 Confirm with START/COPY. After warming up the machine passes into the energy save mode.

3 Remove the toner cartridge by grasping it firmly in the middle and pulling upwards.

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To the telephone line

Connect the telephone cable to the fax machine by inserting it into the socket labeled LINE on the rear of the machine.

In the UK

Same socket

(not in all countries)

You can connect additional devices to the same telephone socket.

Make sure the fax machine is the first device connected to the line.

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For all other countries

Additional telephones

In addition to your fax machine you can connect other devices to your telephone line such as cordless phones, answering machines, charge counters or modems to a single telephone line.

For UK: As long as the Ringer Equivalent Number (REN value) on the line doesn’t exceed 4. The REN value of this fax is 1.

If you want to use other equipment with your fax machine please contact your dealer.

Connecting additional devices to the same socket ensures you the optimal functionality of your fax switch. Your fax machine can control the additional devices.

Separate sockets

(not in all countries)

You can connect additional devices to separate sockets on the same line even if they are in different rooms.

Please note: If you connect additional devices to separate sockets (e.g. in separate rooms) your fax switch cannot control them

(which means that your fax machine behaves like any ordinary fax machine). Therefore we recommend you to connect your additional devices to the same socket.

ISDN connection

Your fax machine does not support ISDN fax (Group 4). It is an analog (Group 3) fax machine. It cannot be directly connected to an ISDN connection but requires an (analog) adapter or an ISDN system with connections for analog terminals. For further information please see the user guide for your ISDN system.

Private branch exchange (PABX)

PABXs are common in large companies. ISDN systems that are now often used in homes are also PABXs. To obtain a connection from an extension on such a system to the public network a digit must be dialed before each call to get an outside line.

1 To connect your fax machine to a PABX press MENU and

336. Then press START/COPY. The display shows

LINE TYPE: PSTN.

2 Use u to select the PABX mode: LINE TYPE: PABX.

3 Press START/COPY and then STOP twice.

v The exchange code is provided by the manufac-

turer. It may be 0, R (known as FLASH on some systems) or any other digit.

D In case your PABX requires R to obtain an outside line but it is still not possible to get through to the line, your system might not be according to the most recent regulations.

Therefore some technical settings have to be changed on your fax machine. Please refer to your Fax Call Centre (see backside of the cover).

Computer connection

(Laserfax 755 only)

In order to be able to use your fax machine as a printer and scanner in conjunction with your computer, you must connect it to the computer and install the software provided with the fax machine.

Requirements

For Windows

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9X, ME:

Pentium

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166 MHz or higher, at least 32 MB RAM

For Windows

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NT, 2000 or XP:

Pentium II

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or higher, at least 64 MB RAM

VGA screen parallel port : IEEE 1284 ECP

Connection

1 Make sure that the fax machine and the computer are both unplugged from the power supply.

2 Insert the printer cable to the corresponding sockets of the computer and of the fax machine.

3 Reconnect the fax machine to the mains and switch on the computer.

Software installation

1 Close down all programs on the computer.

2 Insert the installation CD provided with the fax machine.

3 Start the program “setup.exe” on the installation CD. Follow the instructions on the screen.

4 Once this is complete, re-start the computer.

D To uninstall the FAX printer software select the menu Programs / FAX printer / Uninstall FAX printer.

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Basic settings

Country selection

1 To select the country press MENU and 18. The display shows 18 COUNTRY.

2 Press START/COPY and use u to select the country, where the fax machine will be used.

3 Confirm with START/COPY and press STOP twice.

Display language

1 To set the display language press MENU then 17. The display shows 17 LANGUAGE.

1 Press START/COPY. Use u to select the display language.

1 To confirm the entry press START/COPY and then STOP twice.

Help

1 Press MENU, 667 and START/COPY.

2 A list of functions (including a brief description of the main functions) is printed.

Your number

When you enter your number, it will appear on the recipient's fax printout. You can enter up to 20 digits for your number.

1 Press MENU and 14. The display shows 14 Your

NUMBER.

2 Then press START/COPY. The display shows Enter

NUM.

3 Enter your telephone or fax number using the digit keys.

Use > to move the cursor one position to the right. Use

< to delete the last digit. To delete the whole entry press

STOP.

4 Confirm the entry by pressing START/COPY and then

STOP twice.

Your name

You can use the digit keys to write up to 32 letters to enter your name. Each key is assigned several letters (see table). By pressing a digit key several times you can reach the next character in the table. After the fifth character the row starts again.

1 Press MENU and 15. The display shows 15 Your

NaME.

2 Press START/COPY. The display shows ENTeR NaME.

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0

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3 Enter your name using the keypad. Use > to move the cursor one position to the right. Use < to delete the last digit. To delete the whole entry press STOP.

Key character space . - 0 + ?/ : * % ! ( ) [ “

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A B C 2 a b c Ä Å Æ Ç ä å æ ç

D E F 3 d e f

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5

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G H I 4 g h i

J K L 5 j k l

M N O 6 m n o Ñ Ö ñ ö

P Q R S 7 p q r s

T U V 8 t u v Ü ü

9 W X Y Z 9 w x y z

4 Confirm the entry by pressing START/COPY and then

STOP twice.

D “Your name” and “your telephone number” are transmitted at the top of each page (the first 4 mm) together with the date, time and page number.

Time and date

1 Press MENU then 16. The display shows DATE/TIME.

2 Press START/COPY: YEAR: 2002.

3 Enter the year using the keypad.

4 Press START/COPY. The display shows MONTH: 05.

5 Enter the month (e.g. 05 for May).

6 Press START/COPY and enter the day (e.g. 07 for 7

May 2002).

7 Finalise the entry by pressing START/COPY. The display shows TIME 00:00.

8 Enter the exact time (e.g. 2330 for 23:30). The display shows TIME 23:30.

9 To confirm the entry press START/COPY and then STOP twice.

Volume

Ringing tone

You can set the volume of the ringing tone when the machine is in standby mode or is actually ringing.

1 Press u. You will see the current setting displayed for approximately 3 seconds and hear the volume.

2 To change the value, press u until the desired volume is reached.

v If the volume level is set to zero, no ringing tone

will be heard but faxes will still be automatically received.

Loudspeaker

1 Press l to set the loudspeaker volume.

2 Set the volume using u.

3 Exit using l or STOP.

Key tones

1 Press MENU and 22. The display shows BEEPER

VOL.

2 Press START/COPY. Use u to select the volume of the key tones.

3 To confirm the entry press START/COPY and then STOP twice.

Energy save mode

Energy save mode reduces the energy consumption in standby mode. You can select how many minutes after the last entry before energy save mode is activated.

1 Press MENU and 335. The display shows SAVE

MODE.

2 Press START/COPY. Use u to select POWER SAVE.

3 Press START/COPY. Use u to select 5, 15, 30,

60 minutes or OFF.

4 To confirm the entry press START/COPY and then STOP three times.

Toner save mode

The toner save mode decreases the consumption of the toner.

Printing quality may fall off.

1 Press MENU and 335. The display shows SAVE

MODE.

2 Press START/COPY. Use u to select TONER SAVE.

3 Press START/COPY. Use u to select ON or OFF.

4 To confirm the entry press START/COPY and then STOP three times.

List of settings

You can print out a list of all functions and settings currently available.

1 Press MENU, 666 and START/COPY.

2 A list of all settings is printed.

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Fax switch

The built-in fax switch enables a single telephone connection to be used to make phone calls, send and receive faxes and use extra devices. There are four operating modes. Your machine is preset to FAX mode.

1 The desired operating mode can be selected using TEL/

FAX/AUTO. Press the button until the desired mode appears.

TEL mode

In TEL mode your fax machine behaves like a normal telephone.

If you receive a fax call (you will hear a high-pitched tone or nothing at all) you can press START/COPY to start fax reception. Automatic fax reception is turned off.

FAX mode

In FAX mode the machine rings twice and then answers automatically. This mode is suitable for fax operation.

AUT mode

In AUT mode your machine will ring up to nine times depending on the setting and will decide whether the incoming call is a voice or fax call. Faxes are received automatically.

1 To set the number of rings press MENU and 222.

The display shows AUTO RING COUNT.

2 Press START/COPY and enter the desired number of rings.

3 Press START/COPY and then STOP twice.

TAM mode

In this mode you can connect an external telephone answering machine. Ensure that the number of rings is greater than the number of rings set on the external answering machine.

1 To set the number of rings press MENU and 223.

2 Press START/COPY and enter the desired number of rings.

3 Press START/COPY and then STOP twice.

v If the volume level is set to zero, no ringing tone

will be heard but faxes will still be automatically received.

Fax reception from a different phone

If you pick up another phone and hear a fax call (you will hear a high-pitched tone or nothing at all) you can start the fax machine using a code. If this does not work, press START/COPY on the fax machine.

1 To define the code press MENU and 224. The display shows REMOTE FAX START.

2 Press START/COPY. Use u to select ON or OFF.

3 Press START/COPY and enter the last digit of the code.

This always starts with *5.

4 Press START/COPY and then STOP twice.

Making a call

1 Key in the number you want to dial.

2 Lift the handset.

D If you want to dial without lifting the handset, press l.

Re-dialling

By means of PP you can redial the last five numbers.

1 Press PP.

2 Press u until the number you want appears.

3 The machine will dial the number automatically.

Speed dialling

There are eleven speed dial keys for numbers you use regularly.

Storing numbers

1 Press MENU and 1. The display shows 11 SPEED

DIAL.

2 Press START/COPY.

3 Press the speed dial key where you want to store the entry and confirm by pressing START/COPY.

4 Enter a name using the digit keys (up to 32 characters) and press START/COPY.

5 Enter the telephone number. Press START/COPY to confirm.

6 Press STOP three times to end the function.

Using speed dial

1 Press the relevant speed dial key.

2 Lift the handset or, if you want to send a fax, press START/

COPY.

Changing speed dial entries

1 Press MENU and 1.

2 Press START/COPY.

3 Press the relevant speed dial key and press START/COPY to confirm.

4 Enter a name using the digit keys (up to 32 characters) and press START/COPY.

5 Enter the telephone number. Press START/COPY to confirm.

6 Press STOP three times to end the function.

Telephone

Speed dial list

1 Press MENU, 662 and START/COPY.

2 The speed dial list will be printed out.

Phonebook

Your fax machine has space to store around 99 names and numbers. The precise number will depend on the length of the entries.

Storing numbers

1 Press MENU and 12.

2 Press START/COPY.

3 Use u to select ENTRY: NEW and press START/

COPY to confirm.

4 Enter a name using the digit keys (up to 32 characters) and press START/COPY.

5 Enter the telephone number. Press START/COPY to confirm.

6 Press STOP three times to end the function.

Using the phonebook

1 Press a and START/COPY. The first name in the alphabet will appear on the display. Use u to select the desired entry.

2 Lift the handset or, if you want to send a fax, press START/

COPY.

Correcting entries

1 Press MENU and 12‚ and then START/COPY.

2 Use u to select ENTRY: OLD and press START/

COPY to confirm.

3 Press START/COPY again and use u to find the entry you want to correct.

4 Press START/COPY and make the changes.

5 Press START/COPY again and then STOP twice to end the function.

Deleting entries

1 Press MENU and 12‚ and then START/COPY.

2 Use u to select ENTRY: OLD and press START/

COPY to confirm.

3 Press START/COPY again and use u to find the entry you want to delete.

4 Press STOP.

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5 Use u to select DELETE? Y and press START/COPY to confirm. If you don't want to delete the entry, press

STOP.

6 Press STOP twice to end the function.

Printing the phonebook

1 Press MENU, 663 and then START/COPY.

2 The telephone numbers stored are printed out.

Groups

You can combine entries in your phonebook into groups so you can send a fax to several people at the same time, for example.

Setting up a group

1 Press MENU, 13 and then START/COPY. The display shows 13 GROUPS.

2 Use u to select the digit under which you want to store the group (max of five groups), e.g. GROUP NO.: 01.

3 Press START/COPY.

4 Enter a name for the group using the digit keys (up to 32 characters) and press START/COPY.

5 Enter the first telephone number. Press START/COPY to confirm. The display shows NUMBER: 01.

6 The machine will automatically ask you for the next number

(maximum of ten). Press START/COPY to confirm each time.

7 Press STOP four times to end the function.

Sending to a group

1 Place the document to be faxed (maximum of 15 sheets) face down in the document feeder.

2 Press MEMORY‚ 2 and START/COPY. The display shows 2 BROADCAST.

a If you want to sent the fax immediately, select 1 NOW and press START/COPY.

b If you want to send the fax later select 2 LATER, enter the time you want to send it (within 24 hours, e.g. 18 30 for 6.30 pm) and press START/COPY.

3 Use u to select the group and press START/COPY.

4a If you want to enter further numbers, use u to select

ANOTHER? Y and enter the numbers you want.

b When you have finished entering numbers, use u to select ANOTHER? N. Then press START/COPY.

5 The document is scanned and automatically sent.

Canceling

To cancel automatic redial, press MENU, 776 and START/

COPY. Press START/COPY again to confirm.

D If you want to clear the fax from the memory, press STOP.

D If the line is busy, automatic redial is activated.

Correcting groups

1 Press MENU, 13 and then START/COPY.

2 Use u to select the group you want to change and press

START/COPY to confirm.

3 Use uto select ENTRY: OLD and press START/

COPY.

4 You can now change the name of the group. When you have done this, press START/COPY.

5 Change the entry you want to change and press START/

COPY.

6 Press STOP four times to end the function.

Deleting a group

1 Press MENU, 13 and then START/COPY.

2 Use u to select the group you want to delete and press

START/COPY to confirm.

3 Use u to select DELETE? Y and press START/COPY.

Group overview

1 Press MENU and 664 and START/COPY.

2 The group overview is printed out.

Calling line identification

(not available in all countries)

Your fax machine can display the telephone number of the caller before you lift the handset. Check with your telephone company whether you can activate this function on your telephone line.

The numbers of the last twenty callers are stored.

Printing a caller list

The caller list contains the numbers of the last twenty telephone and fax calls received, provided the callers have activated calling line identification.

1 Press MENU, 665 and then START/COPY.

2 The caller list is printed out.

The caller list can be printed out automatically as soon as it reaches twenty entries.

1 Press MENU and 227. The display shows 27 AUTO

PRINT.

2 Press START/COPY and use u to select 2 CALLER

ID LIST.

3 Press START/COPY and use u to select ON or OFF.

4 Press START/COPY and then STOP three times to end the function.

Printing a journal

The journal contains the numbers of the last forty calls or faxes sent or received.

1 Press MENU, 66 and then START/COPY.

2 The journal is printed out.

The journal can be printed out automatically.

1 Press MENU and 227. The display shows 27 AUTO

PRINT.

2 Press START/COPY and use u to select 1 CALL

LOG LIST.

3 Press START/COPY and use u to select ON or OFF.

4 Press START/COPY and then STOP three times to end the function.

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Fax

v It is best only to use A4 documents (80 g/m

chine.

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).

Documents smaller than A5 may jam in the ma-

v Do not try to send documents that are

... damp, coated with correction fluid, dirty or have coated surfaces,

... written on in soft pencil, ink, crayon or charcoal,

... taken from newspaper (printer’s ink!),

... held by paper clips or staples; always remove these before faxing,

... wrinkled or torn,

... glued together, too thick or too thin or covered with any adhesive notes ("Post-It

®

" notes),

... made of foil or continuous paper.

Inserting a document

1 Place the document face down in the document feeder

(maximum of 15 sheets).

2 Adjust the guides to match the width of the document.

Sending a fax

1 Dial the number.

2 To improve the image quality press RESOLUTION .

3 Press START/COPY.

Transmission starts. If the fax machine is unable to establish a connection, it will redial automatically after a certain time.

D If you wish to cancel automatic redial with the document still in the machine, press STOP. The document will be ejected.

D If you wish to cancel automatic redial without ejecting the document, press MENU, 773 and then START/

COPY. Press START/COPY to confirm.

Resolution

Your fax machine has four different resolutions. In addition to

STANDARD (for faxes), there is FINE (for small print and drawings), SUPER FINE (for copies) and PHOTO (for photographs and other such images). Keep pressing RESOLU-

TION until the display shows the option you want.

Reducing

To ensure that faxes that are longer than A4 are printed out on one page, you can automatically reduce the page. You can define the extent to which the page is reduced.

Automatic

If this function is activated, an over-long fax is reduced by the amount specified in the function described below (see Limit).

1 Press MENU and 334. The display shows 34 RE-

DUCTION.

2 Press START/COPY and use u to select AUTO RE-

DUCTION.

3 Press START/COPY and use uto select ON or OFF.

4 Press START/COPY and then STOP three times to end the function.

Limit

This function lets you select the amount by which an over-long fax is to be reduced.

1 Press MENU and 334. The display shows 34 RE-

DUCTION.

2 Press START/COPY and use u to select THRESH-

OLD.

3 Press START/COPY use u to select a value between

0 and 30 mm.

4 Press START/COPY and then STOP three times.

Memory

If there is no paper in the paper tray or if the toner is empty, incoming faxes will be stored in memory (around 120 pages according to Slerexe letter). If an incoming fax has been stored in memory the display will show FAX IN MEMORY. Once the paper tray is refilled or the toner replaced all the faxes stored in memory can be printed out (see Printing from memory).

When a fax has been printed it is deleted from memory. If printing is interrupted all the faxes that have not yet been printed in full remain in memory. Once the memory is full no further pages can be stored.

Printing later

You can choose whether faxes are to be printed immediately from memory or later.

1 Press MENU, 333. The display shows 33 MEMORY

MODE. Press START/COPY.

2 Use u to select PRINT NOW (faxes are printed out as soon as the paper tray is refilled) or PRINT LATER (faxes are printed out when you want).

3 Press START/COPY and then STOP twice.

Printing from memory

If there is a document in memory the display will show FAX

IN MEMORY.

1 Press MEMORY and 3.

2 Press START/COPY. If faxes are stored they will be printed out.

Sending from memory

You can scan in documents, store them in memory and send them from memory. When they have been sent, the faxes are cleared from memory.

1 Place the document to be faxed (maximum of 15 sheets) loosely in the document feeder, face down.

2 Press MEMORY, 2 and START/COPY.

a If you want to sent the fax immediately, select 1 NOW and press START/COPY.

b If you want to send the fax later select 2 LATER, and press START/COPY. Enter the time you want to send it

(within 24 hours, e.g.18 30 for 6.30 pm) and press

START/COPY.

3 Enter the fax number and press START/COPY. The document will be scanned and sent.

Canceling

1 Press MEMORY, 4 and START/COPY. The display shows ARE YOU SURE?

2 Press START/COPY to delete the faxes from memory.

If the line is busy, automatic redial is activated.

1 If you wish to cancel automatic redial, press MENU,

774 and then START/COPY.

2 Press START/COPY again to confirm.

D A power failure will clear the faxes from memory.

Broadcast

You can send the fax either to a group you have already stored or to individual telephone numbers.

1 Place the document to be faxed (maximum of 15 sheets) loosely in the document feeder, face down.

2 Press MEMORY and 2. The display shows 2 BROAD-

CAST. Press START/COPY.

a If you want to sent the fax immediately, select 1 NOW and press START/COPY.

b If you want to send the fax later select 2 LATER and press START/COPY. Enter the time you want to send it

(within 24 hours, e.g. 18 30 for 6.30 pm) and press

START/COPY.

3 The display shows: DIAL NUM.: GROUP. Enter the recipients:

a If you want to sent the fax to a group, use u to select

GROUP and press START/COPY. Use u to select the group. You can also use the digit keys to select a group.

b If you want to send the fax to specific telephone numbers, use u to select ENTER NUMBER and press START/

COPY. Enter the telephone number and press START/

COPY. If you want to enter further numbers, use u to select ANOTHER ? Y and enter the press START/

COPY to confirm. When you have finished adding numbers, press ANOTHER? N.

4 Finally, press START/COPY. The document will be scanned and automatically sent.

Broadcast list

The broadcast list contains the numbers of all the addresses in a broadcast (up to 50 telephone numbers).

1 Press MENU and 664. The display shows 64 GROUP

LIST.

2 Press START/COPY. The list will be printed out.

Clearing memory

With this function you can delete faxes or documents from memory.

1 Press MEMORY, 4 and START/COPY. The display shows ARE YOU SURE?

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2 Press START/COPY to delete the faxes from memory or press STOP to cancel.

Sending later

If you wish to take advantage of off-peak telephone charges or if you know that the person to whom you are sending a fax is available only at certain times you can set up your fax machine to send a fax automatically at a later time (within 24 hours).

1 Place the document to be faxed (maximum of 15 sheets) loosely in the document feeder, face down.

2 Press MENU, 44. The display shows 41 SEND

LATER. Press START/COPY two times.

3 Enter the time you want to send it (within 24 hours, e.g.

18 30 for 6.30 pm) and press START/COPY.

4 Enter the fax number and press START/COPY.

Canceling

If you remove the document the delayed fax job will be canceled.

You can also cancel the time. To do this, press MENU, 77 and START/COPY. The display shows ARE YOU SURE?

Press START/COPY again to confirm.

Sending with code

If your fax partner has entered a code to protect the fax reception please follow the procedure:

1 Place the document to be faxed (maximum of 15 sheets) loosely in the document feeder, face down.

2 Press MENU, 442 and START/COPY.

3 Enter the code which you have received from your fax partner (up to 20 digits) and press START/COPY.

4 Enter the fax number and press START/COPY.

Receive polling

This function enables you to receive documents that have been stored for you in a remote fax machine.

Quick polling

1 Press MENU, 552. The display shows 52 POLL-

ING RX. Press START/COPY.

2 Select the telephone number and press START/COPY two times.

Receive polling with code

If your fax partner has entered a code to protect the documents, proceed as follows:

1 Press MENU, 552. The display shows 52 POLL-

ING RX. Press START/COPY.

2 Use u to select WITH CODE and press START/COPY.

3 Enter the code (up to 20 digits) and press START/COPY.

4 Enter the telephone number and press START/COPY.

Delayed polling

If you wish to take advantage of off-peak telephone charges you can poll a fax at a later time (within 24 hours).

1 Press MENU, 552. The display shows 52 POLL-

ING RX. Press START/COPY.

2 You now have two options:

a If you want to poll a fax without a code, use u to select

LATER and press START/COPY. Enter a time (within

24 hours, e.g. 18 30 for 6.30 pm) and press START/

COPY.

b If you want to enter a code, use u to select LATER/C and press START/COPY. Enter a time for polling and press START/COPY. Now enter the code (up to 20 digits) and press START/COPY.

3 Enter the fax number and press START/COPY.

D If the line is busy, automatic redial is activated. If you wish to cancel automatic redial, press MENU and 775.The

display shows 75 POLL REDIAL. Press START/COPY two times.

D If you wish to cancel the entire process, press MENU,

771 and START/COPY.

Transmit polling

You can program your fax machine to send documents when it is polled by a remote fax machine.

1 Place the document to be faxed (maximum of 15 sheets) loosely in the document feeder, face down.

2 Press MENU and 55. The display shows 51 POLL-

ING TX. Press START/COPY.

3 You can now choose whether or not to protect the fax against unauthorized access.

a If you want to protect the fax, use u to select WITH

CODE and press START/COPY. Enter a code (up to 20 digits) and press START/COPY. Anyone you give this code to will be able to poll the fax.

b If you do not want to use a code, use u to select NOW and press START/COPY.

The process is canceled as soon as you remove the document from the fax machine.

D Poll coding is based on the international ITU standard.

However, there are manufacturers who use different procedures. Their machines are therefore not compatible.

D If you send faxes to or poll faxes from fax databases, some of these databases allow you to append the subaddress directly to the telephone number. This will save you telephone charges. First enter the telephone number of the database and press R. Now enter the subaddress. If you are not sure whether your fax polling service supports subaddresses, contact the service provider.

Transmission speed

If the telephone connection used for transmission is poor, transmission errors may occur at normal speed (14,400 bps). In such cases it is best to reduce the speed. When you have successfully sent the fax, remember to set your fax machine back to the standard speed.

1 Press MENU and 33: 31 TX SPEED.

2 Press START/COPY and use u to select the speed you want.

3 Press START/COPY and then STOP twice.

Reception speed

If the telephone connection used for reception is poor, errors may occur at normal speed (14,400 bps). In such cases it is best to reduce the speed. When you have successfully received the fax, remember to set your fax machine back to the standard speed.

1 Press MENU and 332: 32 RX SPEED.

2 Press START/COPY and use u to select the speed you want.

3 Press START/COPY and then STOP twice.

Transmission report

In the default setting, a transmission report is printed out only in the event of a transmission error. However, you can change this setting so that a transmission report is printed for every fax transmitted, only in the event of an error or never.

1 Press MENU and 225: 25 TX REPORT.

2 Press START/COPY and use u to select ERROR,

ON or OFF.

3 Press START/COPY and then STOP twice.

Reception report

In the default setting, a reception report is printed out only in the event of a transmission error. However, you can change this setting so that a reception report is printed for every fax received, only in the event of an error or never.

1 Press MENU and 226: 26 RX REPORT.

2 Press START/COPY and use u to select ERROR,

OFF or ON.

3 Press START/COPY and then STOP twice.

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Copy - scan - print

Copy

You can use your fax machine to make copies of an original.

Resolution STANDARD is set by default. To select a better image quality press RESOLUTION (see chapter Fax / Resolution).

1 Place the document (maximum of 15 sheets) in the document feeder, face down.

2 To select a better image quality press RESOLUTION.

Single copies

1 To make a single copy of the original, press START/COPY three times. Copying starts immediately.

Multiple copies and enlarging/reducing

1 To make multiple copies of the original, press START/

COPY once.

2 The display shows COPY COUNT: 01. Use the digit keys to enter the number of copies you want (maximum of 99). Press START/COPY.

3 The display shows SIZE: 100%. Use u to enlarge or reduce the copy.

You can reduce the copy to 50% and enlarge it up to 200%.

4 Press START/COPY. The fax machine will scan the first page of the document and start copying it.

Scan

(only for fax machines with a PC interface)

1 Place your documents face down (maximum of 15 sheets) in the document feeder.

2 There are two ways you can call up the scan function:

a Click on the START symbol on the left lower edge of your screen. Choose the Program menu and select FAX printer.

A sub-menu will appear. Select the Imaging Software.

Choose the command “Scan New” in the pull down menu

“File”.

b Open the graphics program into which you wish to scan.

Select as source the FAX scanner driver and choose the command to aquire an image.

3 The FAX scanner window will open.

4 Select the desired scan settings.

5 Press the “Scan” command.

6 Once the scanning procedure is completed, the image of the document can be stored.

D If you click on the “Help” command, on-line help will open.

Printing from the PC

If the software installation has been performed successfully, your fax machine is now set up as a standard printer. You can now print out on the fax machine from any program you like.

1 Simply choose the print command in the application from which you wish to print.

2 You can modify the printer settings for each respective application. If you give a print command or select printer installation, a dialogue box opens. Select the command which will take you to printer setting and make the desired modifications.

3 In “Control Panel”, you can modify the printer settings for all applications. Highlight the FAX printer and under “File

/ Properties” make the desired modifications.

4 Under “File / set as default” you can determine whether you wish to use the fax machine as a standard printer or not.

D You may also click on the “Help” command. The overview of on-line help will open.

Troubleshooting

Maintenance

PAPER JAM

Received faxes or copies are not ejected.

Open the cover and take the toner out of the machine. Pull the green lever towards you. Carefully remove the paper without tearing it.

CHECK PAPER

Check DOCUMENT

SERVICE

Take out the paper cassette and remove the paper. Fan it and straighten it on a smooth surface and replace it.

Press STOP. The document will be ejected. If not, pull it gently out of the machine.

Disconnect the machine from the mains and plug it back in.

If the display still says SERVICE please contact customer services.

Problems faxing or printing

Cannot send a fax.

Cannot receive a fax.

You or the recipient has received a blank sheet.

Check that the recipient's machine is working.

Check whether the display shows an error message.

Lift the handset to check whether you are getting dial tone. If not, check the telephone connection.

Check that you have selected the FAX, AUTO or TAM mode.

Lift the handset to check whether you are getting dial tone. If not, check the telephone connection.

The sender has faxed the back of the document.

Check the machine by making a copy of the document.

If the copy is OK the recipient's fax machine may be faulty.

Ask the recipient if their machine is working.

Your document has been sent without an error message but has not been printed out on the recipient's machine.

The documents you send are arriving with loss of quality.

Received faxes and copies are too light.

Check the document or increase the resolution. Reduce the transmission speed. Check the machine by making a copy of the document. If the copy is OK the recipient's fax machine may be faulty.

Make a copy of any document. If the copy is OK there is a problem with the sender's fax machine. Inform the sender.

If the copy is also too light the toner is almost all gone.

Shake the cartridge a few times. If the toner cartridge is empty, replace it. You can obtain toner from specialist retailers or directly from Philips (see Annex / Order service). Only use

PHILIPS original PFA 721 toner cartridges.

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There are white lines on the printout.

There are black lines on the printout.

Problems with the connection

No dial tone.

Receive polling does not work.

Clean the toner drum with a soft cloth.

The toner cartridge is damaged and must be replaced. Only use PHILIPS original PFA 721 toner cartridges. You can order them directly from Philips (see Annex/Order service).

Check that the machine is connected to the mains and to a telephone line.

Check that the machine from which you are trying to receive faxes is set for automatic fax operation and for polling. If you need a code, check you have the right one.

# 104

# 105

# 109

# 110

Error codes

Error codes when sending faxes

# 102

Problem

No document in the feeder.

# 111

# 113

# 114

# 115

Fault on the telephone line.

The receiving fax machine has a transmission error.

The receiving fax machine is not responding.

There is no signal from the receiving fax machine at the end of transmission.

An error message is sent by the receiving fax machine at the end of transmission.

The receiving fax machine requests a second transmission as there were too many transmission errors in the first transmission.

The document is too long.

Transmission of one page took too long (more than eight minutes).

# 158

# 160

# 161

Error codes when receiving faxes

# 152

# 153

# 154

Problem

An error message is received from the sending fax machine at the start of reception.

The person polling the fax has entered an incorrect password

The sending fax machine does not send a signal at the start of reception.

The sending fax machine does not send a standard signal.

The machine is not correctly connected to the telephone line or there is no signal from the sending fax machine.

At the end of the reception process the sending fax machine does not send a signal or the connection was interrupted.

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# 166

# 167

# 168

# 169

Other error codes

# 201

# 202

# 205

# 206

STOP BUTTON PRESSED

NO REPONSE

There are repeated errors in the received data.

The data received contains so many errors that a second transmission is needed.

At the start of password-protected polling the machine detects that the wrong password has been entered on the sending fax machine.

In attempting to poll a fax, the machine detects that the sending fax machine has not been set up correctly for polling.

Problem

The correct protocol signal is not sent during the transmission process.

The correct protocol signal is not sent during the reception process.

Transmission is canceled by the other fax user.

There is not enough memory capacity during transmission.

The STOP button was pressed during transmission.

The other fax user does not answer during transmission and the connection is interrupted.

Annex

Technical data

Compatibility

Connection type

Flash times

Document size

Document feeder

Width:

Length:

128-218 mm

128-356 mm max. 15 pages (80 g/m

2

)

Paper A4 210x297 mm, 80 g/m

Capacity of paper tray max. 125 sheets

2

Maximum scan width 208 mm

Scan and copy resolution: horizontal 8 points/mm (200 dpi) vertical standard vertical fine vertical super fine photo

Print resolution

Data compression scheme

Modulation

Transmission speeds

Fax memory

Recording method

Toner capacity

ITU-T Group 3

Exchange line (PSTN) /

Extension (PABX)

Exchange line (PSTN): 100 ms

Extension (PABX): 100 ms

3.85 lines/mm (200x98 dpi)

7.7 lines/mm (200x196 dpi)

15.4 lines/mm (200x300 dpi)

64 greyscales

600x600 dpi

MH, MR

V29, V27ter, V23, V21, V17

14k4/12k2/9600/7200/4800/2400 bps

2 MB, approx. 120 pages

Laser Jet

Initial cartridge approx. 1000 pages,

PFA 721 approx. 3000 pages

Speed dial 11 entries

Phonebook99 entries

Group dial 5 entries, maximum of 10 digits each

Dimensions (WxDxH) 449x325x165 mm excl. paper holder

Weight

Power draw

Mains connection

Temperature range

Approx. 8 kg

Standby: less than 15 W

Operation: less than 200 W

220-240 V / 50-60 Hz

10-32°C

Relative humidity

Security

Interference

Immunity

20-80 % (relative)

EN 60950, IEC 60825-1

To EN 55022 class B

To EN 55024

Glossary

Additional fax machine, additional telephone: You can use your fax machine with additional equipment such as cordless phones and answering machines connected to a single telephone line.

Calling line identification: When you receive a call the telephone number of the caller is displayed (not in all countries).

Document: The typed or handwritten sheet, sketch or drawing you want to fax to someone else.

DTMF (Dual Tone Multiple Frequency): This tone dialing signal lets you start the fax machine from any phone that has tone dialing.

Fax switch, ring patterns: The fax switch analyzes incoming calls and selects the appropriate ring pattern. It detects whether the call is a normal voice call or a fax call. In TEL mode, faxes have to be received manually; in other modes they are received automatically.

Hook flash function: Press R to access a wide range of new services from the telephone company (toggling, call waiting, etc.).

ITU (International Telecommunications Union): An international body that publishes telecommunications standards.

Laserjet: A printing method in which black powder (see Toner cartridge) is burnt onto paper by means of a laser.

Memory: Faxes that are not printed out are stored in memory.

PABX, number for outside line: PABXs (private automatic branch exchanges) are installed in all companies over a certain size. They provide a kind of internal telephone network. To obtain an outside line from a PABX you need to dial a particular digit.

Paper: Standard A4 paper (210x297 mm, 80 g/m

2

)

Polling: This lets you receive documents stored in another fax machine.

Pulse dialing: Pulse dialing is the old dialing method in which each number dialed produces a certain number of pulses.

Receive polling: This lets you receive documents stored in another fax machine.

Sender ID: The name and telephone number of the user can be entered on most fax machines. This sender ID is printed out on the transmission report and also appears on fax machines to which you send documents.

Toggling: Switching from one call to another and back again.

Toner cartridge: This contains the black powder, known as toner, that is transferred to the paper by heat. White stripes on the printout indicate that the toner is running out. The cartridge can be shaken to provide a short-term solution, but will need replacing before long.

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Guarantee

(UK Terms and Conditions)

ATTENTION

At the beginning of April 2002, SAGEM SA bought the

PHILIPS fax business unit. SAGEM SA is now the European

Number 1 in fax and offers a complete range of fax terminals with Internet access and SMS function, multifunctional terminals and servers covering the needs of all its customers - from home-users to multinational organisations.

In order to apply the guarantee, you should contact your dealer.

Proof of purchase will be required. Should malfunctioning arise, the dealer will advise you what to do.

If you bought your equipment from SAGEM directly, the following shall apply :

A SAGEM undertakes to remedy by repair, free of charge for labour and replacement parts, any defects in the equipment during a period of twelve (12) months from the date of original delivery of the Equipment, where those defects are a result of faulty workmanship.

During this twelve month guarantee period, the defective equipment will be repaired free of charge; the customer must however return the defective equipment at his/her own expense, to the address given by SAGEM After Sales Department, the phone number of which can be found on the delivery slip. Unless the customer has concluded with SAGEM a maintenance contract in respect of the equipment which specifically provides for repairs to be carried out at the customer's premises, the repairs will not be carried out on the equipment at the customer's premises.

The following sentence applies to purchases of equipment for the customer's trade, business or profession. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Document and to the extent permitted by law, SAGEM makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, statutory or otherwise, and to such extent, all terms and conditions implied by law are hereby excluded.

This guarantee does not affect the Customer's statutory rights.

B Exclusions From Guarantee

SAGEM shall have no liability under the guarantee in respect of : o damage, defects breakdown or malfunction due to :

- failure to properly follow the installation process and instructions for use; or

- an external cause to the equipment (including but not limited to, lightening, fire, shock or water damage of any nature); or

- modifications made without the written approval of SAGEM

SA; or

- a failure or neglect to maintain the equipment or inappropriate maintenance; or

- unsuitable operating conditions, particularly of temperature and humidity; or

- repair or maintenance of the equipment by persons not authorised by SAGEM; or o wear and tear from normal daily use of the equipment and its accessories o damage due to insufficient or bad packaging of equipment when returned to SAGEM o supply of new versions of software o work on any equipment or software modified or added without the prior written consent of SAGEM o malfunctions not resulting from the Equipment or from software installed in user workstations for the purpose of use of the equipment o communication problems related to an unsuitable environment, including :

- problems related to access and/or connection to the Internet such as interruptions by access networks or malfunction of the line used by the subscriber or his correspondent

- transmission faults (for example poor geographical coverage by radio transmitters, interference or poor line quality)

- the local network fault (wiring, servers, workstations) or the failure of the transmission network o the normal servicing (as defined in the user guide supplied with the equipment) as well as malfunctioning due to servicing not being carried out, servicing costs are in any event always borne by the customer.

C In the cases set forth in § B) as well as after expiry of the twelve month guarantee period, the customer must ask SAGEM for an estimate, and he/she must accept the estimate and agree to pay the charges mentioned in it before returning the equipment to SAGEM. The repair and delivery costs will be invoiced to the customer.

The foregoing shall apply unless otherwise agreed in writing with the customer and only for the UK. If any provision of this guarantee shall be held to be in whole or in part invalid or illegal due to an obligatory rule applicable to consumers pursuant to their national legislation, such invalidity or illegality shall not impair or affect the remaining provisions or parts of this guarantee.

Please note that only Philips toner cartridges should be used.

Your Philips guarantee does not cover damage to your fax machine that may be caused by the use of any other toner cartridges.

Order service

You can order toner cartridges and cleaning accessories at your local dealer or directly from Philips (free delivery) on Freefone

0800 358 08 07 (United Kingdom).

Declaration of conformity

We,

SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH

Gutheil-Schoder-Gasse 17

A-1230 Wien, Österreich declare under our sole responsibility that the product

Plain paper Fax

PHILIPS LPF 725

to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standard(s) or other normative document(s):

Safety:

EN 60950:1992 + A1:1993 + A2:1993 + A3:1995 + A4:1997

+ A11:1997

Electromagnetic Compatibility:

EN 55022:1998 class B, EN 55024:1998 following the provisions of the Directive 1999/5/EC on radio equipment and telecommunication terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity.

Wien, 2002-05-10 Nicolas DENIS

Managing Director

=====================================================================================

We,

SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH

Gutheil-Schoder-Gasse 17

A-1230 Wien, Österreich declare under our sole responsibility that the product

Plain paper Fax

PHILIPS LPF 755

to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standard(s) or other normative document(s):

Safety:

EN 60950:1992 + A1:1993 + A2:1993 + A3:1995 + A4:1997

+ A11:1997

Electromagnetic Compatibility:

EN 55022:1998 class B, EN 55024:1998 following the provisions of the Directive 1999/5/EC on radio equipment and telecommunication terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity.

Wien, 2002-05-10 Nicolas DENIS

Managing Director

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Index

A

A-Z

key 6

accessories 7

additional

telephone 14

annex 27

AUT

mode 14

B

book

telephone 6

C

cable

printer 4 telephone 4

caller

identification 16

cartridge

toner 4

CD-ROM 4

character

enter 12

code

error 25

computer

CD-ROM 4 connect 4 install 4

print 22 scan 22

connection 9 computer 9

PABX 11

power supply 9

type 27

copy 6

enlarge 22 multiple pages 22 reduce 22 single page 22

cover

grip 5

D

date

enter 12

delete

entry 6

group 16

telephone book 15

description

machine 5

dial

speed 6

without handset 15

fax

mode 14

polling 20

reduction 18 resolution 18

fax switch 14

flash

time 27

G

glossary 27

grip

cover 5

group 16 delete 16 list 16

guarantee 28

H

I

handset 7

Help 22

identification

caller 16

image quality

key 6

insert

document 18

paper 8

install

computer 9

instruction

safety 2

interrupt

process 6

ISDN

connection 11

display

lamp 6

document

insert 18 security 18

E

enlarge

copy 22

enter

character 12 date and time 12

number 15

entry

delete 6

error

code 25

F

machine

description 5

make a call 15

MEMORY

touche 6

memory

key 6

print 19 print later 19

send later 20

MENU

key 6

mode 14

AUT 14

FAX 14

TAM 14

TEL 14

N

name

enter 12

number

enter 12

identification 16

redial 6

O

options

select 6

other telephone 14

P

paper

insert 8 quality 8 paper tray 8

K

key

A-Z 6

MEMORY 6

MENU 6

R 6

RESOLUTION 6 speed dial 6

START/COPY 6

STOP 6

TEL/FAX/AUT 6, 14

L

lamp

display 6

list

group 16

settings 13

M

PC

print 22 scan 22

polling

fax 20

power

connection 9

print

computer 22

group list 16

later 19 memory 19

PC 22

resolution 27

printer software

uninstall 11

private branch exchange

connection 11

R

R

key 6

reception mode

TEL/FAX/AUTO 6

redial

number 6

reduce

copy 22

fax 18 value 18 resolution 18

key 6

print 27 scanner 27

ring pattern 14

S

safety

instructions 2

scan

computer 22

PC 22

resolution 27

send

later 20

service

order 29

settings

list 13

START/COPY

key 6

STOP

key 6

T

TAM

mode 14

TEL

mode 14

TEL/FAX/AUT

key 14

TEL/FAX/AUTO

key 6

telephone 15

additional 14 other 14

telephone book

delete 15

time

enter 12

flash 27

toner 4

tray

document ejection 7

type

connection 27

U

uninstall

printer software 11

V

value

reduction 18

Y

your name 12 your number 12

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http://www.fax.philips.com

Internet keyword: Philips Fax

E-mail: [email protected]

United Kingdom

Tel.: 0870 124 37 37

Fax: 0870 124 02 02

The CE mark confirms that the machine corresponds to the relevant guidelines of the European Union.

This product is intended for use on an analogue public switched network (PSTN) and for use in the country indicated on the label of the box. The usage in other countries could cause malfunction.

For further information please contact your national technical support centre. Initially contact your dealer if problems occur during operation.

This operation manual has been printed on chlorine-free, recycled paper, in line with the highest standards of environmental friendliness.

The used cardboard packaging as well as the cardboard protecting your facility at its sides made of waste paper can be recycled like waste paper; corresponding to your country’s demands dispose the plastic foils either for recycling or with your rubbish.

This electronic facility contains recyclable material. At the end of use of this facility please inform yourself about the corresponding recycling demands of your country.

Technical changes and errors excepted.

Copyright 2002 © Sagem Communication Austria GmbH

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