Sharp AR-FX9 user manual

User manual for the device Sharp AR-FX9

Device: Sharp AR-FX9
Size: 2,92 MB
Date of adding : 2014-06-29 12:43:02
Number of pages: 104
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INTRODUCTION TYPE OF SERVICE This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company. Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs. Contact your state's public utility commission, public service commission, or corporation commission for more information. ABOUT THE TELEPHONE CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT OF 1991 The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it unlawful for any person to use a computer or other electronic device, including FAX machines, to send

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FCC Notice to users: This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier in the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this number must be provided to the telephone company. The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to a telephone line. Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incomin

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TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS............................................................................................................................. 1 QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE .................................................................................................................... 3 LIST OF FAX FUNCTIONS........................................................................................................................ 6 USING THE MACHINE WITH AN ANSWERING INSTALLATION 1

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HOW TO USE THE FAX FUNCTION SPECIAL FUNCTIONS 4 5 SENDING ORIGINALS ................................... 52 MEMORY .........................................................67 ● SETTING THE ORIGINAL.............................52 DATA TRANSFER...........................................68 OPTIONAL TRANSMISSION SETTINGS ...... 54 TRANSMISSION RESERVATION...................70 ● ORIGINAL SIZE.............................................54 BROADCASTING............................................71 ● RE

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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE The following quick reference guide provides brief explanations the operation of the machine. Selecting the transmission mode Memory transmission mode Direct transmission mode MEMORY MEMORY The indicator lights up when Press the The indicator is off when memory transmission mode [MEMORY] key direct transmission mode is selected. to change modes. is selected. Place the original Using the SPF/RSPF Using the document glass Place the original face up Place the original face

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Sending a fax Dialing methods Direct Dialing Press the numeric keys to dial. SPEED/ Enter a two-digit Speed Dialing SEARCH Speed Dial number. 01 09 Rapid Key * It is not necessary to press the [START] key 10 18 Dialing after pressing a Rapid Key. SPEED/ Chain Dialing SEARCH 01 09 10 18 Speed Dial number or Rapid Key set for Chain Dialing when stored. Dial the next part of the number (a Group Key cannot be used). REDIAL/ PAUSE Dial with the numeric keys and then press the [REDIAL/PAUSE] k

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Sending a fax to multiple destinations (Broadcasting) BROAD- RESOLU- CAST TION CONTRAST Dial. Adjust the resolution Place the original. and contrast. Storing a fax job while another job is in progress Fax transmission RESOLU- or reception in TION CONTRAST The fax will be Dial. progress transmitted after previous jobs are Adjust the resolution completed. Place the original. and contrast. Automatically sending a fax at a specified time (timer transmission) To set up a timer transmission, see

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LIST OF FAX FUNCTIONS The FAX MAIN MENU is used to configure settings for the fax function and program information such as the fax number of the machine. The settings in the FAX MAIN MENU are shown below. The procedure for configuring settings is explained in "SELECTING SETTINGS FOR THE FUNCTION" (p.10). Menu item Settings (factory default setting appears in bold) Page 0 : RX DATA TRANSFER 1 : DATA TRANSFER Enable transfer of received faxes to another fax machine when 69 printing is not possib

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Menu item Settings (factory default setting appears in bold) Page 6 : AUTO LISTING Enable automatic printing of the Activity Report when information on a total of 50 fax transmissions/receptions accumulates. 88 1 : ON 2 : OFF 7 : PRINT SELECTION 1 : TRANSMISSION Select the condition for printing reports on fax transmissions. 1 : ALWAYS PRINTS 89 2 : ERROR ONLY 3 : NEVER PRINTS 2 : BROADCAST Select the condition for printing reports on broadcast transmissions. 89 1 : ALWAYS PRINTS 2 : ERROR ON

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Menu item Settings (factory default setting appears in bold) Page 16 : RCV REDUCE When a fax is received that is larger that the printing paper, enable reduction of the fax to the size of the paper to avoid the fax being cut off. 65 1 : ON 2 : OFF 17 : BEEP LENGTH Set the length of the beep that sounds when fax transmission or reception ends. 1 : 3 SEC 18 2 : 1 SEC 3 : NO BEEP 18 : RINGER VOLUME Set the volume of the ringer. 1 : OFF 2 : LOW 17 3 : MIDDLE 4 : HIGH 19 : BEEPER VOLUME Set the vo

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Menu item Settings (factory default setting appears in bold) Page 5 :ANTI JUNK FAX 1 : ANTI JUNK SELECT Enable the anti junk function to block fax reception from specified fax numbers. 81 1 : ON 2 : OFF 2 : JUNK FAX # Program (or delete) fax numbers from which fax reception is to be blocked. 82 1 : SET 2 : CLEAR 6 : A.M. MODE 1: QUIET DETECT TIME Activate fax reception when a period of silence longer than the set time is detected. 48 00 - 10 (05) 2 : AUTO RECEIVE Enable fax reception when the

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SELECTING SETTINGS FOR THE FUNCTION The general procedure for configuring settings for the fax function is explained below. Follow this procedure to configure the settings explained on pages 6 through 9. An item can also be selected after pressing the [MENU] key by pressing the numeric key for the item (the key Note corresponding to the number that appears in front of the item). When the numeric key is pressed, the item is selected or entered. Press the [MODE SELECT] key to Select a setting o

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Chapter 1 INSTALLATION 1 CONNECTIONS CONNECTING THE TELEPHONE LINE CORD Plug one end of the telephone line cord into the jack on the machine marked "LINE." Plug the other side into a standard (RJ11C) single-line telephone wall jack. Be sure not to plug this telephone line cord into the "TEL" jack. The "TEL" jack is used to attach an extension telephone or answering machine to the machine. (See "CONNECTING OTHER DEVICES" (p.12)) If your area experiences a high incidence of lightning or power

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FINAL PREPARATIONS CONNECTING OTHER DEVICES If desired, an answering machine or external telephone can be connected to the machine through the telephone jack, labeled "TEL," on the rear of the machine. ● Connecting an answering machine to the machine allows you to receive both voice and fax messages when you are out. To use this feature, first change the outgoing message of your answering machine, and then set the reception mode of the machine to "A.M." (Answering Machine mode) when you go ou

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Chapter 2 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 PART NAMES The following illustration shows the part names of the AR-168D. SPF/RSPF Reversing tray (RSPF only) Original guides Document feeder cover 1 Exit area 2 Document feeder tray 3 5 4 Bypass tray TEL jack LINE jack 6 7 8 9 9 10 1 Document glass 6 Paper output tray 2 Operation panel 7 Paper output tray extension 3 Front cover 8 Power switch 4 Paper tray 9 Handles 5 Bypass tray paper guides 10 Power cord 13 TEL LINE

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A LOOK AT THE FAX OPERATION PANEL 2 3 5 6 1 4 01 02 03 04 05 SPEED/ BROAD- RECEPTION REDIAL/ 10 11 12 13 14 MEMORY SEARCH CAST MODE PAUSE AR-168D 06 07 08 09 COVER RESOLU- TION CONTRAST SHEET REPORT 2-SIDED TX 15 16 17 18 SHIFT LINE STATUS SPEAKER 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 1 Rapid keys 8 [CLEAR] key ( ) Press one of these keys to dial a fax or telephone Press this key to stop an operation before it is number automatically. completed, or to delete the number that was last input. 2 [M

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INITIAL SETTINGS 7 8 9 2 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 15 [REPORT] key 23 [ ] key ( ), [ ] key ( ), [ENTER] key Press this key to print out a report of a fax Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key ( ) to transaction and also when receiving a confidential select an item in a function setting menu. fax. Press the [ENTER] key to enter a selection. 16 [SPEAKER] key 24 [] key Press this key to begin manual dialing. (To close Press this key to enter symbols during a name the line, press the [SPEAKER] key again.)

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ABOUT THE LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY The machine is equipped with a two-line liquid crystal display (LCD) on the operation panel for displaying various messages and settings during operation. This LCD can display up to 20 characters on each line. When the machine is idle, the LCD shows the date, time, reception mode and the stand-by memory available. Example: When an original is placed in the SPF/RSPF, the second line changes from "STAND-BY" to "SEND READY". When the [MENU] key is pressed to conf

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