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Optional Equipment Memory (Fax Memory Type 30 1MB-II, Fax Memory Type 30 2MB) Either a 1-Mbyte memory card, a 2-Mbyte memory card, or a 40-Mbyte hard disk can be added. ISDN G4 Kit (ISDN Option Type 90) This allows you to send and receive messages using the ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network). PC Printer Interface Kit (Printer Interface Type 60) 1 This allows you to use the machine as a laser printer for an IBM or compatible personal computer. High Resolution Printer Memory Card (400 dpi
US WARNING: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Oper
Notice about the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (Valid in the USA only) Attention please! The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 among other things makes it unlawful for any person to send any message via a telephone fax machine unless such message clearly contains in a margin at the top or bottom of each transmitted page or on the first page of the transmission, the date and time it is sent and an identification of the business or other entity, or other individual sending the message
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read all of these instructions. 2. Save these instructions for later use. 3. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. 4. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. 5. Do not use this product near water. 6. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall, causing serious damage to the product or injuring the us
CONTENTS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS INTRODUCTION WHAT DOES A FAX MACHINE DO? 1 TELEPHONE LINE PROBLEMS AFFECT FAX COMMUNICATION 1 SOME OF THE THINGS THAT THIS MACHINE CAN DO 2 HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL MANUAL OVERVIEW 4 CONVENTIONS 5 STORING TELEPHONE NUMBERS 7 STORING NAMES AND LABELS 7 IF YOU MAKE A MISTAKE 8 ON/OFF SWITCHES AND USER PARAMETERS 9 GENERAL PRECAUTIONS POWER AND GROUNDING 14 COLD WEATHER POWER-UP 15 THUNDERSTORMS 15 COPY PAPER 16 TONER CARTRIDGES 16 OPERATING PRECAUTIONS 16 GENER
BEFORE YOU SEND YOUR FIRST FAX SOME ITEMS MUST BE PROGRAMMED FIRST 23 Overview 23 Language Selection 23 Date and Time 24 Daylight Saving Time 24 Terminal Identification 25 RTI (Remote Terminal Identification) 26 TTI (Transmit Terminal Identification) 26 CSI (Called Subscriber Identification) 27 Telephone Line Type 28 QUICK DIAL, SPEED DIAL, AND GROUP DIAL 29 Three Convenient Ways to Dial 29 Quick Dial and Speed Dial 29 Groups 30 Programming Quick Dial 31 Programming a New Quick Dial 31 Editing a
Contrast, Resolution, and Halftone Modes 54 Contrast 55 Resolution 55 Halftone 55 Selecting the Halftone Type 56 Home Position Setting Adjustments 57 Dialing with the Telephone Directory 58 Optional Features for Transmission 59 Personal Code 59 Send Later 60 Transmission Deadline (TRD) 61 Page Count (Immediate Transmission only) 62 Auto Reduce 63 On/Off Selection Switch 63 Auto Reduce Home Position Adjustment 64 TTI 64 ID Transmission 65 Economy Transmission 66 On/Off Selection Switch 67 Storing
Speaker and Buzzer Volume Adjustments 80 ADVANCED FEATURES NETWORKING 81 Overview 81 What Networking Features Does This Machine Have? 82 Preparing the Machine for Networking Operations 83 Storing the Country Code 83 Storing your Machine’s Own Telephone Number 84 Storing your Area Code Prefix 84 Storing the ID Code 85 Groups 86 Transfer Request 87 Combining Transfer Request with Broadcasting 90 Two-step Transfer 91 Digital Link 91 Analog Link 92 Multi-step Transfer 93 Your Machine as a Transfer
Using an Auto Document 108 Printing the Contents of an Auto Document 108 Erasing an Auto Document 109 Restricting Access to the Machine 110 Overview 110 Programming the Personal Codes 110 Storing a Personal Code 111 Editing or Erasing a Personal Code 112 Switching on Restricted Access 113 Operating the Machine with Restricted Access Switched On 114 Tonal Signals 115 Chain Dialing 116 Secure Transmission 117 Overview 117 Changing the Secure Transmission On/Off Home Position Setting 117 Making a S
Editing the Forwarding Feature 138 Switching Forwarding On/Off 140 Enabling and Disabling the Forwarding Mark 140 Specified Cassette Selection (Optional Paper Feed Unit Required) 141 Overview 141 Programming the Specified Cassette Selection Feature 142 Switching Specified Cassette Selection On/Off 143 Wild Cards 144 Reverse Order Printing (Memory Card or Hard Disk Required) 145 Multi-sort Document Reception (Memory Card or Hard Disk Required) 146 Center Mark 147 Checkered Mark 148 Reception Tim
Transfer Request Program Sheet 173 Procedures 174 To Print an OMR Sheet 174 Using an OMR Sheet to Send a Fax Message 174 Using an OMR Sheet to Program the Machine 175 Errors 175 Power Saver 176 Overview 176 Programming Procedure 177 Switching the Power Saver On or Off 178 Counters 179 Communication Result Display 179 Entering PC Printer Mode (Printer Interface Required) 180 Selecting the Paper Feed Cassette for Printer Mode (Printer Interface and Paper Feed Unit Required) 180 Copying 181 Dual
Quick Dial List 192 Speed Dial List 192 Group Dial List 192 Program List 192 User Function List 192 Personal Code List 192 Authorized Reception List 192 Forwarding List 193 Specified Cassette Selection List 193 User Parameter List 193 LOOKING AFTER THE MACHINE REPLACING PAPER 194 REPLACING THE TONER CASSETTE 195 Replacement Procedure 195 Ordering Toner 197 Switching the Ordering Toner Feature On/Off 197 Ordering Toner Procedure 198 REPLACING THE STAMP 199 CHANGING THE PAPER SIZE OF THE CASSETTE
SPECIFICATIONS TABLE OF SPECIFICATIONS 229 APPENDIX APPENDIX A. PAPER FEED UNIT 230 Operation 230 Maintenance 230 Copy Jams 230 APPENDIX B. FAX MEMORY TYPE 90 40 MB HD 231 General 231 Operation 231 APPENDIX C. ISDN G4 OPTION TYPE 90 232 Introduction 232 Setting up the Group 4 Interface 233 Subaddress Key 233 Own ISDN-G4 Number 233 Own ISDN-G3 Number 234 Next Transfer Station 235 Operation 236 Dialing and Storing Telephone Numbers 236 Overview 236 Transmission Procedure 237 Storing a Telephone
INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing this product. This multi-function office machine offers a wide range of fax, printer, and convenience features. WHAT DOES A FAX MACHINE DO? When you write a letter, you normally seal it in an envelope, attach a stamp, and post it in the nearest mail box. Then, in a few days, depending on the postal service, the letter will arrive at its destination. However, you may not be aware of its arrival until you get a return letter. A fax machine speeds up this proc
INTRODUCTION SOME OF THE THINGS THAT THIS MACHINE CAN DO This machine has many features. Here is a sample of what the machine can do. Sending a Fax to More Than One Location Network Features, including Transfer Request See page 51. See page 81. Restricting Access to the Machine Quick Dial, Speed Dial, and Group Dial See page 110. See page 29. Sending a Fax Later Confidential Communication See pages 104 and 126. See page 60. 2
INTRODUCTION Keystroke Programs User Function Keys See page 163. See page 99. Auto Document (sends a commonly Authorized Reception (cuts out junk fax mail) transmitted page with one touch) See page 106. See page 132. Forwarding Batch Transmission See page 124. See page 134. Transmission Deadline Protection against Wrong Connections See page 122. See page 61. 3 INTRODUCTION
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL MANUAL OVERVIEW Your facsimile machine is equipped with a wide range of labor-saving and cost-saving features. This manual explains each of these features, and how you can put them to use. Note that the external appearance of the machine in some illustrations may be slightly different from the actual machine. The manual consists of the following sections. ❐ How to Use this Manual - This is the section that you are now reading. It contains an overview of the manual and the
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL CONVENTIONS The following conventions were used when writing this manual. Keynames These have been printed in a different typeface and enclosed by a box. For example: " Start " means "Press the Start key on the operation panel". If you see something like " # x 3", this means that you have to press the # key 3 times. On the operation panel, there is a circular key with four arrows (up, down, left, right) printed on it. This is the scroll key. It is often used in the op
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL Most procedures start from standby mode, MEMORY TRANS. APR. 4. 12:25PM SET DOCUMENT that is, when the display is as shown on the MEMORY 100% right. The value after "MEMORY" shows how much memory space is remaining. NOTE: If you start a procedure and do not enter anything at the operation panel for more than 5 minutes, the machine returns to standby mode. Symbols The text contains a few symbols that highlight important points or direct you towards other parts of
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