Toshiba Copier user manual

User manual for the device Toshiba Copier

Device: Toshiba Copier
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Date of adding : 2013-03-23 12:43:13
Number of pages: 78
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This product contains a lithium-ion battery, and must be disposed of properly. Contact your local environmental officials for disposal instructions. Important safety information •If any of your telephone equipment is not operating properly, you should immediately remove it from your telephone line, as it may cause harm to the telephone network.  The AC power outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.  Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm. 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INSTALLATION Introduction ........................................................................................................ 1-1 Choosing a Location .......................................................................................... 1-1 Parts Identification ............................................................................................. 1-2 Connections ..................................................................................................

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Table of contents 4. HOW TO USE THE FAX FUNCTION Sending Documents ...................................................................................... 4-1 Setting the Document .................................................................................... 4-1 Optional Transmission Settings ..................................................................... 4-3 Resolution ..................................................................................................... 4-3 Contrast .

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1. INSTALLATION Introduction This manual describes how to use the fax function of the e-STUDIO15. Part names and functions shared with the copy function (for example, the misfeed indicator and add paper indicator), are described in the copier operator's guide. For more information, please read the copier operator's guide. Choosing a Location All electrical equipment is potentially dangerous if not installed and operated correctly. Make sure that you meet the following requirements when you set u

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Parts Identification Fax control panel INSTALLATION 1-2

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Connections Connecting the Telephone Line Cord Plug one end of the telephone line cord into the jack on the unit marked “TEL LINE.” Plug the other side into the wall jack (using the provided adaptator, if necessary). For Germany, please connect the cable from the fax unit with the wired plug connector code (F) with the wire down into the wall socket (TAE 6) code (F). The fax unit can be used as single device and in combination (in serial connection) with approved terminal equipment(s). To connec

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Final Preparations Connecting Other Devices If desired, an answering machine or external telephone can be connected to the unit by plugging the external line cord in the external jack of the wall jack (wall socket code “N” for Germany) or in the provided adaptator.  Connecting an answering machine to the unit 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

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2. INITIAL SETTINGS A Look at the Operation Panel Left arrow key ( ) and right arrow key ( ) Press these keys to scroll through a menu. During LCD contrasts dial input mode, these keys are also sometimes used Turn this dial to adjust to move the cursor. the contrast level of the LCD. LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY ENTER key This display shows the various message Press this key to decide an during fax operation and programming. item in a menu, or to enter FUNCTION key numbers and letters you Pres

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About the Liquid Crystal Display The unit 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 unit is idle, the LCD shows the date, time, and the stand-by memory available. Example: Located to the upper right of the operation panel, the LCD contrast dial controls the contrast of the display.Turning the dial to the right darkens the LCD. Turnin

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Adjusting the Ringing Volume Adjust the ringing volume of the unit using the procedure below. Factory setting: 3 (MEDIUM) Step Press these keys Comments GHI FUNCTION 1 “OPTION SETTING” will appear in the display. TUV 2 “RINGING VOLUME” will appear in the display. 3 Press the or key to lower or raise the volume to the or desired level. 4 “STORED” will appear in the ENTER display. STOP STOP 5 Press the STOP key twice to exit. Setting the Length of Alarm Beeps You can select the length in seconds

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Turning Key Beeps Off If you prefer, you can choose to turn the key beeps off. To do this, follow the proce- dure below: Factory setting: 1 (ON) Step Press these keys Comments GHI FUNCTION 1 “OPTION SETTING” will appear in the display. PQRS 2 “KEY BEEPS” will appear in the display. ABC 3 Press 1 to turn the key beeps on, or or 2 to turn them off. STOP STOP 4 Press the STOP key twice to exit. Setting the language You can select language of display and reports. To do this, follow the procedure be-

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Fax Setup How to Enter Characters You can enter letters with the number keys. Letters are marked above each of the number keys “2” through “9”. To enter a letter, press the appropriate key repeatedly until the desired letter appears (the number of the key appears first, followed by letters in the order marked above the key). The keys used for entering characters are shown below. ABC DEF GHI JKL MNO PQRS TUV WXYZ  To enter two characters in succession which require using the same key, press the

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Fax Setup Entering Your Name and Fax Number Note: You can view all of the items in the menu display by pressing the FUNCTION key, then using the left and right arrow ( ) keys to scroll through the function list. Pressing the ENTER key chooses the displayed function. Procedures for inputting various items (name, telephone number, date, etc.) are given as follows. To have your name and fax number printed at the top of every page you transmit, program them by pressing the operation panel keys as sh

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Fax Setup Setting the Date and Time The date and time that appear in the display are printed at the top of each page you transmit. Set the date and time by pressing the keys on the operation panel as shown below. To correct a mistake, press the STOP key to move the cursor back to the mistake, and then enter the correct number. Note: The unit supports millennial dates (those from the year 2000 on). To program such a date, enter the last two digits; for example, the year 2000 is programmed by ente

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Auto Summer Time Setting The unit can be set to adjust to time changes during the year, so that its internal clock and all subsequent notations of time (fax headers, programmed times, etc.) are automatically adjusted. When the Auto Summer Time Setting is on, the adjustments take place as shown below: On the last Sunday of every March: 01:00 02:00 On the last Sunday of every October: 01:00 00:00 Use the procedure below to program the Auto Summer Time Setting: Step Press these keys Comments DEF

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Fax Setup Selecting the Reception Mode Your unit has three modes for receiving incoming calls and faxes: • AUTO mode: Select this mode when you only want to receive faxes on your telephone line. The unit will automatically answer all calls and receive incoming faxes.  MANUAL mode: This is the most convenient mode for receiving phone calls if you have an extension phone. To have true manual mode, the unit must be set to not answer while in MANUAL mode (see “Setting the Number of Rings for Manual

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Fax Setup Setting the Number of Rings for Auto Reception You can set the number of rings before the unit answers in AUTO mode using the procedure below. Factory setting: 2 Step Press these keys Comments GHI FUNCTION 1 “OPTION SETTING” will appear in the display. GHI 2 “# OF RINGS(AUTO)” will appear in the display. WXYZ 3 Select the number of rings you to would like to use (0 to 9). 4 “STORED” will appear in the ENTER display. STOP STOP 5 Press the STOP key twice to exit. Note: If the external te

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Fax Setup Selecting the Reception Paper Size On the control panel, you can select the paper size that you want received faxes to be printed on (AUTO, A4, Letter, Legal). If you select the AUTO setting the unit automatically prints the fax out on the most appropriate size paper. Follow the procedure below: Factory setting: 4 (AUTO) Step Press these keys Comments GHI FUNCTION 1 “OPTION SETTING” will appear in the display. 2 “PRINT PAPER SIZE ” will appear in the display. 3 Press 1 for letter, 2 fo

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Fax Setup Setting the Tray Paper Size You must program the size of paper you have loaded in the unit so that Receive Reduce functions can properly adjust the size of documents printed out. Follow the steps below. Note: If you are using A4 size paper, you do not need to make any changes, as this is the factory setting. Factory setting: 3 (A4) Step Press these keys Comments GHI FUNCTION 1 “OPTION SETTING” will appear in the display. ABC 2 “PAPER SIZE MAIN CASSETTE” will appear in the display. 3 Pr


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