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Read the Set-Up Sheet first, and then read this guide before operating this equipment.
After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.
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  • Page 1

    User’s Guide

    User’s Guide

    ENG

    Read the Set-Up Sheet first, and then read this guide before operating this equipment.
    After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.

    ENG



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    Where to find help
    Canon offers a full range of customer technical support* options:
    • For e-mail support and answers to frequently asked questions (www.usa.canon.com/consumer)
    • 24-hour, 7-day-a-week automated support for troubleshooting issues on most current products
    (1-800-423-2366)
    • 24-hour, Fax-On-Demand System for product specifications and technical information (1-800526-4345)
    • Free technical support Monday-Saturday (excluding holidays) for products still under
    warranty** (1-757-413-2848)
    • Technical support 7 days a week (excluding holidays) for products no longer under warranty, at
    $9.99 per call (1-757-413-2848)
    * Support program specifics are subject to change without notice.
    ** Refer to the product information starting on p.I-7 for warranty details.

    Copyright
    Copyright © 2003 by Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be
    reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language
    or computer language in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical,
    chemical, manual, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Canon U.S.A.

    Trademarks
    Canon, FAXPHONE, and BJ are registered trademarks. UHQ is a trademark of Canon Inc.
    All other product and brand names are registered trademarks, trademarks or service marks of
    their respective owners.

    As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Canon Inc. has determined that this product meets the
    ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.

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    Table of Contents
    INTRODUCTION
    Where to find help ................................ ii
    Using this guide ................................... v
    Important safety instructions .............. vi
    Users in the U.S.A. ............................. viii
    Pre-Installation Requirements for Canon
    Facsimile Equipment ..................................... viii
    Connection of the Equipment ........................... viii

    Registering coded speed
    dialing numbers and names ....... 2-13
    Registering voice dialing voice tags 2-14
    Registering voice tags with one-touch/coded
    speed dialing numbers and names .......... 2-14
    Adding voice tags to the one-touch/coded
    speed dialing numbers ............................... 2-14
    Modifying voice tags ........................................ 2-15
    Deleting voice tags ........................................... 2-15

    1 SETTING UP

    3 DOCUMENTS AND PAPER

    Unpacking ......................................... 1-1

    Preparing documents ....................... 3-1

    Removing the shipping materials ..................... 1-2

    Assembling the fax ........................... 1-3

    Types of documents you can scan .................. 3-1
    Problem documents ........................................... 3-1

    Attaching components ....................................... 1-3

    Loading documents .......................... 3-2

    Making connections ......................... 1-4

    Problems with multipage documents .............. 3-2

    Connecting the telephone line, handset, and
    external devices ............................................ 1-4
    Connecting the AC power cord ........................ 1-6

    Paper requirements .......................... 3-3
    Printable area ...................................................... 3-3
    Loading paper ...................................................... 3-3

    Loading paper ................................... 1-7
    Paper guidelines ................................................. 1-7
    Loading paper in the multi-purpose tray ........ 1-8

    Installing the BJ cartridge ................ 1-9
    Guidelines ............................................................ 1-9
    Installing the BJ cartridge in your fax ........... 1-10
    Testing the fax ................................................... 1-11

    2 PREPARING TO USE
    YOUR FAX
    Main components of your fax .......... 2-1
    Fax controls — the operation panel . 2-2
    Guidelines for entering
    numbers, letters, and symbols ..... 2-4
    Correcting mistakes ........................................... 2-5

    Setting the TEL LINE TYPE ............... 2-6
    Registering sender information ....... 2-7
    Personalizing your fax ........................................ 2-7
    Setting the date and time .................................. 2-7
    Registering your fax/telephone number and
    name ................................................................ 2-8
    Setting the daylight saving time ....................... 2-9

    Registering one-touch speed
    dialing numbers and names ....... 2-11

    4 SENDING DOCUMENTS
    Preparing to send a document ......... 4-1
    Adjusting the quality of your documents ........ 4-1
    Sending methods ................................................ 4-2
    Dialing methods .................................................. 4-2

    Sending documents .......................... 4-2
    Direct sending ..................................................... 4-2
    Memory sending ................................................. 4-3
    Manual sending .................................................. 4-4

    Canceling sending ............................. 4-5
    Automatic dialing ............................. 4-5
    Sending a document using one-touch speed
    dialing or coded speed dialing numbers ... 4-5
    Sending a document using directory dialing . 4-6
    Sending a document using voice dialing ........ 4-7

    Special dialing ................................... 4-8
    Sending a document using caller history ....... 4-8
    Long-distance dialing ......................................... 4-8

    Redialing when the line is busy ....... 4-9
    Manual redialing ................................................. 4-9
    Automatic redialing ............................................ 4-9

    Delayed sending ............................. 4-11
    Sending other documents while the fax is
    set for delayed sending .............................. 4-12
    Canceling delayed sending ............................. 4-12

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    Table of Contents
    Sequential broadcasting ................. 4-13
    Sending a document to more than one
    location ......................................................... 4-13

    Documents stored in memory ....... 4-14
    Printing a list of documents in memory ........ 4-14
    Printing a document in memory ..................... 4-14
    Deleting a document from memory ............... 4-15

    5 RECEIVING DOCUMENTS
    Different ways to receive a
    document ...................................... 5-1
    Setting the receive mode ................. 5-2
    Receiving both documents and telephone
    calls automatically: Fax/Tel mode .............. 5-2
    Receiving documents manually:
    MANUAL MODE ............................................ 5-4
    Receiving with a DRPD (Distinctive Ring Pattern
    Detection) service: DRPD ............................ 5-5

    Other features ................................... 5-6
    Saving ink while printing documents .............. 5-6
    Receiving documents in memory while performing
    another task or when a problem occurs .... 5-6
    Polling to receive documents ........................... 5-6

    Canceling receiving ........................... 5-7

    6 USING THE BUILT-IN
    ANSWERING MACHINE
    (TAM MODE)
    Recording the outgoing message .... 6-1
    Types of messages that can be recorded ...... 6-1
    Recording the outgoing message .................... 6-1

    Setting TAM MODE .......................... 6-2
    Setting the recording time for a telephone
    message ......................................................... 6-3
    Setting TAM MONITOR ...................................... 6-4
    Setting TOLL SAVER ........................................... 6-5

    Recording voice memos ...................
    Deleting messages ............................
    Playing telephone messages ............
    Remote control features ...................

    6-6
    6-7
    6-8
    6-9

    Registering the password for remote control.. 6-9
    Using remote control ........................................ 6-10

    Forwarding telephone messages ... 6-12

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    Setting the forwarding number ...................... 6-12
    Setting the number of redial times ................. 6-13
    Setting PIN ENTRY ............................................ 6-14

    When a forwarded call is received ... 6-15

    7 SETTINGS AND
    ACTIVITY REPORTS
    Selecting a menu .............................. 7-1
    Activity reports ................................. 7-7
    How to print a report .......................................... 7-7
    Activity report ...................................................... 7-8
    One-touch speed dialing list ............................. 7-8
    Coded speed dialing list ..................................... 7-8
    User data list ........................................................ 7-8
    Doc. memory list ................................................. 7-8
    TX (Transmission) report ................................... 7-8
    RX (Reception) report ......................................... 7-8
    Multi TX/RX (Transaction) report ..................... 7-8

    8 MAKING COPIES
    Copying documents .......................... 8-1

    9 SOLUTIONS TO
    COMMON PROBLEMS
    Clearing jams .................................... 9-1
    Jams in the document tray ................................ 9-1
    Jams in the multi-purpose tray ......................... 9-2

    Periodic cleaning ............................... 9-3
    Cleaning the exterior of the fax ........................ 9-3
    Cleaning the interior of the fax ......................... 9-3
    Testing and cleaning the BJ cartridge print
    head ................................................................. 9-5
    Replacing the BJ cartridge ............................... 9-6

    Troubleshooting ................................ 9-8
    Paper feeding problems .................................... 9-8
    Faxing problems .................................................. 9-9
    Print quality problems ...................................... 9-13
    Telephone problems ......................................... 9-13
    Copying problems ............................................. 9-14
    General problems ............................................. 9-14

    LCD messages ................................. 9-15
    In case of a power failure ............... 9-19
    During a power failure ..................................... 9-19
    Memory clear report ........................................ 9-19

    Specifications ............. S-1
    Index ........................... I-1



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    Using this guide
    This guide provides detailed information on how to set up, operate, maintain, and troubleshoot
    your fax.
    Please read the list below to become familiar with the symbols, terms, and abbreviations used in
    this guide.

    c
    n

    Cautions tell you how to avoid actions that could injure you or damage your fax. In order to
    use your fax safely, always observe these cautions.
    Notes provide advice on using your fax more effectively, describe operating restrictions, and tell you
    how to avoid minor difficulties. Reading these is recommended to make the most of your fax and its
    functions.

    (see p. xx)

    Indicates a page number that you can refer to for more information on
    the topic of the previous sentence or paragraph.

    default

    A setting that remains in effect unless you change it.

    document

    The original sheet(s) of paper you send, receive, or copy with your
    fax.

    menu

    A list of settings from which you select an item to set up or change. A
    menu has a title which appears on the LCD.

    3 and 4 buttons

    Used to select an item in a menu. Press 4 to select the next item, and
    press 3 to select the previous item.

    transaction number

    When you send or receive a document, your fax automatically assigns
    the document a unique transaction number. A transaction number is a
    four-digit number that will help you keep track of documents you send
    and receive.

    TX/RX NO.

    TX/RX NO. is the abbreviation used for “transaction number.”

    TX

    Denotes Transmission.

    RX

    Denotes Reception.

    TRANSMITTING OK

    LCD display. The contents of the LCD display may vary depending on
    the current settings.

    In addition, this guide uses brackets to identify the buttons you press when performing different
    functions: [Stop].

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    Important safety instructions
    Read these safety instructions thoroughly before using your fax.

    c

    Except as specifically described in this guide, do not attempt to service the fax yourself. Never
    attempt to disassemble the fax: opening and removing its interior covers will expose you to
    dangerous voltages and other risks. For all service, contact the Canon Customer Care Center
    (see p. ii).

    ■ Handling and maintenance





    Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the fax.
    Do not subject the fax to strong physical shock or vibration.
    Always unplug the fax before moving or cleaning it.
    To avoid paper jams, never unplug the power cord, open the printer cover, or remove paper
    from the multi-purpose tray while printing.
    • When transporting the fax, leave the BJ cartridge installed in the cartridge holder and tape the
    cartridge holder to the right side of the fax. This will prevent ink spilling inside the fax.
    • Always lift the fax by its base as shown below. Never lift it by any of its attachments or covers.

    vi

    • Do not push objects of any kind into the slots or openings on the fax as they may touch
    dangerous voltage points or short out parts. This could result in fire or electric shock.
    • Do not allow small objects (such as pins, paper clips, or staples) to fall into the fax. If
    something does fall into the fax, unplug it immediately and contact the Canon Customer Care
    Center (see p. ii).
    • To avoid spillage in or around the fax, do not eat or drink near it. If you spill liquid or if any
    substance falls into the fax, unplug the fax immediately and contact the Canon Customer Care
    Center (see p. ii).
    • Keep the fax clean. Dust accumulation can prevent the fax from operating properly.
    • Unplug the fax from the wall outlet and refer service to qualified personnel under the following
    conditions:
    – When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
    – If liquid has spilled into the fax.
    – If the fax has been exposed to rain or water.
    – If the fax does not operate normally when you have followed the instructions in this guide.
    Adjust only those controls that are covered by the instructions in this guide. Improper
    adjustment of other controls may result in damage and may require extensive work by a
    qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation.
    – If the fax has been dropped or the body has been damaged.
    – If the fax exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for servicing.



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    ■ Location
    • Place the fax on a flat, stable, vibration-free surface.
    • Place the fax in a cool, dry, clean, well ventilated place.
    – Make sure the area is free from dust.
    – Make sure the location is not affected by extreme temperature changes, and always stays
    between 50° and 90.5°F (10° and 32.5°C).
    – Make sure the area’s relative humidity is always between 20% and 85%.
    • Keep the fax away from direct sunlight.
    • Do not use the fax near water. Make sure that no wet or humid objects come into contact with
    the fax.
    • Do not use or store the fax outdoors.
    • Do not install the fax near devices that contain magnets or generate magnetic fields, such as
    speakers.
    • Place the fax near a standard 120 V AC power outlet.
    • To ensure reliable operation of the fax and to protect it from overheating, do not block the
    exhaust vent and never block or cover any openings on the fax by placing it on a bed, sofa, rug,
    or other similar surface. Do not place the fax in a cupboard or built-in installation, or near a
    radiator or other heat source unless proper ventilation is provided. Install the fax approximately
    4 in. (10 cm) away from walls and other equipment. For the dimensions of the fax, see p. S-1.
    • Do not stack boxes or furniture around the power outlet. Keep the area free so you can reach the
    outlet quickly. If you notice anything unusual (smoke, strange odors, noises) around the fax,
    unplug it immediately. Contact the Canon Customer Care Center (see p. ii).
    • Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord, and do not place the fax where the cord will be
    walked on. Make sure the cord is not knotted or kinked.

    ■ Power supply
    • During electrical storms, disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. (Please note that any
    documents stored in the fax’s memory will be deleted when you unplug the fax.)
    • Whenever you unplug the fax, wait at least five seconds before you plug it in again.
    • If dust accumulates around the plug of the power cord when it is connected to a power outlet,
    unplug the fax and wipe the plug with a clean, dry cloth.

    c

    This product emits low level magnetic flux.
    If you use a cardiac pacemaker and feel abnormalities, please move away from this product
    and consult your doctor.

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    Users in the U.S.A.
    Pre-Installation Requirements for Canon
    Facsimile Equipment__________________________
    ■ Location
    Supply a suitable table, cabinet, or desk. See page S-1 for the machine’s dimensions and weight.

    ■ Order Information
    1. Only a single line, touch-tone or rotary telephone set is to be used.
    2. Order an RJ11-C modular jack (USOC code), which should be installed by the telephone
    company. If the RJ11-C jack is not present, installation cannot occur.
    3. Order a normal business line from your telephone company’s business representative. The line
    should be a regular voice grade line or the equivalent. Use one line per machine.
    DDD (DIRECT DISTANCE DIAL) LINE
    -orIDDD (INTERNATIONAL DIRECT DISTANCE DIAL) LINE IF YOU COMMUNICATE
    OVERSEAS

    n

    Canon recommends an individual line following industry standards, e.g. the 2500 (Touch Tone) or
    500 (Rotary/Pulse Dial) telephones. A dedicated extension off a PBX machine without “Call
    Waiting” can be used with your machine. Key telephone systems are not recommended because they
    send non-standard signals to individual telephones for ringing and special codes, which may cause a
    fax error.

    ■ Power Requirements
    This equipment should be connected to a standard 120 volt AC, three-wire grounded outlet only.
    Do not connect this machine to an outlet or power line shared with other appliances that cause
    “electrical noise.” Air conditioners, electric typewriters, copiers, and machines of this sort
    generate electrical noise which often interferes with communications equipment and the sending
    and receiving of documents.

    Connection of the Equipment ________________
    This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the
    ACTA. On the rear panel of 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.

    viii

    An FCC compliant telephone cord and modular jack are provided with this equipment.
    This equipment is designed to be connected to the telephone network or premises wiring using a
    compatible modular jack which is Part 68 compliant. See Installation instructions for details.



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    The Ringer Equivalence Number (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 incoming call. In most but not all areas, the sum of RENs should not
    exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to a line, as
    determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone company. The REN for this product is
    part of the product identifier that has the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits represented
    by ## are the REN without a decimal point (e.g., 03 is a REN of 0.3).
    This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company.
    Connection to party lines is subjected to state tariffs.

    In Case of Equipment Malfunction
    Should any malfunction occur which cannot be corrected by the procedures described in this
    guide, disconnect the equipment from the telephone line and unplug the power cord. The
    telephone line should not be reconnected or the power cord plugged in until the problem is
    completely resolved. Users should contact Canon Authorized Service Facilities for servicing of
    equipment. Information regarding Authorized Service Facility locations can be obtained by
    calling the Canon Customer Care Center. (1-800-423-2366)

    Rights of the Telephone Company
    Should the equipment cause harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may
    temporarily disconnect service. The telephone company also retains the right to make changes in
    facilities and services which may affect the operation of this equipment. When such changes are
    necessary, the telephone company is required to give adequate prior notice to the user.

    FCC Notice
    FAXPHONE B45: Facsimile Transceiver, Model H12263
    This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
    following two conditions:
    (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
    (2) this device must accept an interference received, including interference that may cause
    undesired operation.

    n

    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device,
    pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
    against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
    radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
    may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
    interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
    interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
    and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
    measures:
    • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
    • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
    • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
    connected.
    • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

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    Use of shielded cable is required to comply with class B limits in Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC
    Rules.
    Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the
    User’s Guide. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop
    operation of the equipment.
    Canon U.S.A. Inc.
    One Canon Plaza, Lake Success, NY 11042, U.S.A.
    TEL No. 1-800-423-2366
    The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it unlawful for any person to use a
    computer or other electronic device 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 and the telephone number of the sending machine
    or such business, other entity, or individual.
    In order to program this information into your machine, follow the instructions in this User’s
    Guide.

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    1

    SETTING UP
    Unpacking

    Make sure you have the following items:

    Multi-purpose tray

    Main unit

    Document tray

    1
    SETTING UP

    As you unpack your fax, save the carton and packing material in case you want to move or ship
    the fax in the future.
    Carefully remove all items from the box.
    • It is best to have someone hold the box while you lift the fax and its protective packaging out of
    the carton.

    Handset

    BX-3 Black
    BJ cartridge

    You should also have the followings:
    • Power cord
    • Telephone line cord
    • Documentation
    Set-Up Sheet
    FAXPHONE B45 User’s Guide
    Registration Card
    • Destination labels
    If any of these items are damaged or missing, contact the Canon Customer Care Center (see p. ii)
    immediately.

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    Removing the shipping materials _____________
    1

    Remove the shipping tapes q from the top of the fax and the protective piece w .
    1

    2

    1

    2

    Open the printer cover by gently pulling it towards you.

    3

    Remove the shipping tapes q and the protective pieces w.
    Close the printer cover until it locks into place.

    2
    1

    2

    n
    1-2

    The actual shipping materials may differ in shape, quantity, and position from the ones shown
    above.



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    Assembling the fax
    Attaching components _______________________
    For user convenience, the destination labels provided with your fax should be fitted over the onetouch speed dialing buttons on the left of the operation panel.

    1

    Insert the tabs on the multipurpose tray into the slots on
    the fax.

    2

    Insert the tabs on the
    document tray into the
    corresponding slots.

    SETTING UP

    n

    1

    1-3



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    Making connections
    Connecting the telephone line, handset, and
    external devices ______________________________
    There are three jacks on the left side of the fax for connection of the following:

    Handset
    Extension phone (a telephone
    or cordless phone that you may
    wish to have placed away from
    the fax to use at a different
    location)
    Telephone line

    Be sure to connect any external devices before using the fax.

    1-4

    1

    Connect the supplied telephone line cord to the L jack, then the other end to the
    telephone line jack on your wall.

    2

    Place the handset in its cradle, and connect it to the h jack.



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    Ringer and speaker volume switches

    1

    To adjust the volume of the ringer and speaker, use a pen or other pointed object to move these
    switches to HIGH or LOW.

    SETTING UP

    Speaker volume switch
    Ringer volume switch

    3

    Connect an extension phone to the t jack.

    n

    • If you have connected an external device to your fax, be sure to select the correct receive mode
    (see Chapter 5).
    • If the extension phone does not have its own power supply, any redial data in the extension
    phone memory may be lost after an extended fax transmission.

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    Connecting the AC power cord _______________
    Plug the fax into a 120 volt AC outlet.
    1

    Plug the power cord connector into the rear of the fax.

    2

    Plug the other end of the power cord into a properly grounded AC power outlet.

    n

    1-6

    There is no power switch on the fax. The power is on as long as the fax is plugged in.



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    Loading paper
    Paper guidelines ______________________________

    SETTING UP

    • Be sure to load paper of the correct size, weight, and quantity recommended for your fax
    (see pp. 3-1, S-1).
    • Store all paper wrapped and on a flat surface until ready to use. Keep opened packs in their
    original packaging, in a cool, dry location.
    • Store paper at 64.5°–75°F (18°–24°C), 40%–60% relative humidity.
    • To avoid paper jams and poor print quality, do not print on damp, curled, wrinkled, or torn
    paper.
    • Use cut-sheet paper only, not paper that comes on a roll.
    • Use only paper that has a thickness of between 0.003 and 0.005 in. (0.08 and 0.13 mm). Thick
    paper may damage the BJ cartridge print head.
    • Do not load paper beyond the paper limit mark (P) or beyond the tab on the paper guide. Doing
    so may cause problems. Also, make sure there are no gaps on either side of the paper stack.

    1

    Paper limit mark

    Tab

    No gaps here

    • Let the paper run out before refilling the multi-purpose tray. Avoid mixing new stock with paper
    already loaded.
    • Do not leave paper stacked in the multi-purpose tray for long periods of time since it may bend
    or curl and cause problems.
    • Certain environmental conditions, such as extreme temperatures or humidity, can cause some
    paper to misfeed in the multi-purpose tray. If you have trouble, feed one sheet at a time.
    • Depending on the density of the printed pages, the ink may need time to dry. Within two or
    three seconds, the ink becomes smudge-resistant. After drying for several minutes, the ink
    becomes water-resistant.
    • If your printed page contains a large amount of graphics, the ink on the page may be damp due
    to the print density. Let the page dry for approx. 30 to 60 seconds. Then remove the page
    carefully without touching any surfaces.
    • If paper curls after printing, remove it immediately; otherwise paper jams may occur.
    • The platen (a roller inside the fax) may become inked if paper misfeeds. If this happens, clean
    inside the fax (see p. 9-3).

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    Loading paper in the multi-purpose tray ______
    If necessary, remove the document tray when loading paper.
    1

    Squeeze, then slide the paper guide to the left.

    2

    Fan a stack of paper, then tap the edge of the stack on a flat surface to even the stack.

    3

    Insert the stack into the multi-purpose tray q, and align the right edge of the stack with
    the right side of the multi-purpose tray. Then slide the paper guide w snugly against the
    left edge of the stack.

    1

    2

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    Installing the BJ cartridge
    The first time you set up your fax, you have to install the BJ cartridge before you can begin
    receiving and copying documents.

    Guidelines ____________________________________
    • Use only a Canon BX-3 Black BJ cartridge in your fax.
    • Store BJ cartridges at room temperature.
    • When the BJ cartridge print head is left exposed, it easily dries out and becomes unusable. To
    avoid this, follow these recommendations:
    – Keep BJ cartridges in the packaging until you are ready to use them.
    – Never remove the BJ cartridge unless you are going to replace it.
    – Keep the cartridge holder in the home position (on the right side of the fax) when you are not
    using the fax.
    • Replace BJ cartridges after one year of use, even if you have not been alerted to replace it.

    n

    If you need to unplug the fax, wait until it returns to standby mode (date and receive mode displayed
    on the LCD). Otherwise the cartridge holder may not be in its home position; causing the BJ
    cartridge to remain uncapped and dry out.

    c

    • Store BJ cartridges out of the reach
    of children. If anyone inadvertently
    ingests ink, consult a physician
    immediately.
    • Do not touch the metallic areas on the
    BJ cartridge.

    SETTING UP

    For information on replacing the BJ cartridge, see p. 9-6.

    1

    Do not touch these metallic areas.

    The ink in the BJ cartridge is difficult to clean up if spilled. Follow the precautions below when
    handling the BJ cartridge.
    • Carefully remove packaging from BJ cartridges.
    • Do not attempt to disassemble or refill BJ cartridges.
    • Do not shake or drop BJ cartridges.

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    Installing the BJ cartridge in your fax ________
    When a BJ cartridge is not installed in your fax, PUT IN CARTRIDGE is displayed on the LCD.
    1

    Make sure the fax is plugged in.

    2

    Load the paper in the multi-purpose tray.

    3

    Open the printer cover by gently pulling it towards you (see p. 1-2).

    4

    Raise the cartridge lock lever on the cartridge holder.

    5

    Remove the BJ cartridge from its package, then remove the orange protective cap q and
    tape w.

    1

    2

    1-10

    Discard the cap and tape. Never attempt to reattach them to the BJ cartridge print head.



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    6

    1
    SETTING UP

    Align the slot in the cartridge with the yellow post in the fax, and with the label facing
    outwards, insert the BJ cartridge into the cartridge holder. Lower the cartridge lock lever
    until you hear a click to lock the cartridge in place.

    The yellow post (BJ cartridge guide) should be visible through the slot. The BJ cartridge tilts slightly
    to the left before lowering the cartridge lock lever.

    7

    Close the printer cover.
    If the AUTO TEST PRINT setting is set to ON:
    The fax automatically prints a test page.
    The fax prints a test page every time you insert a BJ cartridge.
    You can turn off automatic test printing by changing the AUTO TEST PRINT setting. See SYSTEM
    SETTINGS, p. 7-5.

    c

    • Do not try to manually move or stop the cartridge holder.
    • Do not touch the components shown below or any metal parts.
    Ribbon cable

    Round shaft

    Guide rail

    Circuit board

    Testing the fax ________________________________
    After you have assembled the fax, loaded the paper, and installed the BJ cartridge, you can make
    sure the fax is printing properly by making several copies of a document (see p. 8-1).
    If you have problems printing, see Chapter 9.

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    2

    PREPARING TO USE YOUR FAX
    Main components of your fax
    Document tray

    2

    Document guide
    Handset

    Operation panel

    Printer cover

    PREPARING TO USE YOUR FAX

    Multi-purpose tray

    Cartridge holder

    Document
    release button

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    Fax controls — the operation panel
    TAM LED (see p. 6-2)
    Microphone
    LCD
    (see pp. 2-12, 6-1)

    Rewind/Forward buttons (see p. 6-8)

    TAM Mode Delete Record

    01
    Report

    02
    03
    Cleaning Send Options

    04

    05

    07
    Polling

    Clear

    08
    09
    Ink Saver Caller History

    Receive Mode Resolution

    01
    Report

    02
    03
    Cleaning Send Options

    04

    05

    07
    Polling

    Start/
    Copy

    Stop

    Numeric buttons

    See next page for buttons on
    the operation panel.

    Report button (see p. 7-7)
    Cleaning button (see p. 9-5)
    Send Options button (see p. 4-3)
    Space button (see p. 2-5)
    Clear button (see p. 2-5)

    06
    Clear

    08
    09
    Ink Saver Caller History

    Receive Mode Resolution

    Hook

    Dial/
    Voice Dial Coded
    Directory

    Function

    One-touch speed
    dialing/Special
    function buttons
    (see below)

    Space

    Redial/
    Pause

    06

    Space

    Play

    Function

    Polling button (see p. 5-6)
    Ink Saver button (see p. 5-6)
    Caller History button (see p. 4-8)
    Receive Mode button (see p. 5-2)
    Resolution button (see pp. 4-1, 8-1)
    Function button (see p. 2-6)

    The buttons on the left of the operation panel have the following two functions:
    • One-touch speed dialing buttons (see p. 2-11)
    • Special function buttons
    When the [Function] button is pressed, the special function buttons (function marked under
    each button) can be used to perform various operations.

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    Scroll/Cursor buttons (see pp. 2-5, 7-1)
    TAM Mode

    2

    TAM Mode button (see p. 6-2)
    Delete

    Play

    Record

    Record button (see p. 6-1)
    Play

    Play button (see p. 6-8)
    Redial/
    Pause

    Dial/
    Voice Dial Coded
    Directory

    Redial/
    Pause

    Redial/Pause button (see pp. 4-8, 4-9)
    Voice Dial

    Hook

    Start/
    Copy

    Voice Dial button (see p. 4-7)
    Stop

    Coded Dial/
    Directory

    Coded Dial/Directory button (see pp. 4-5, 4-6)
    Stop button
    Start/Copy button
    Hook button (see p. 4-4)

    PREPARING TO USE YOUR FAX

    Delete button (see p. 6-7)
    TAM Mode Delete Record

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    Guidelines for entering
    numbers, letters, and symbols
    When you come to a step that requires you to enter a name or number, see the table below to
    determine which numeric button to press for the letter you want.
    Button

    Letter Mode (:A)

    Number Mode (:1)

    1
    ABC

    2
    DEF

    3
    GHI

    4
    JKL

    5
    MNO

    6
    PRS

    7
    TUV

    8
    WXYZ

    9
    OPER

    0
    SYMB

    #
    TONE

    Letter mode (:A)

    n

    Number mode (:1)

    After 60 seconds of no operation panel input, the fax returns to standby mode and any unregistered
    changes are lost.

    ■ Entering letters and numbers
    1

    Press [:] to switch between the letter and number mode.
    _

    2

    :A

    Press the numeric button that contains the letter or number you want.
    • Press repeatedly until the letter you want appears.
    • If you are unsure which button to press, see the table above.
    C

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    3

    Continue entering other letters or numbers using the numeric buttons.

    ■ Entering symbols
    1

    Press [#] repeatedly until the symbol you want appears.
    #

    2

    :1

    If you want to enter another symbol, press [4] to move the cursor to the right, then press
    [#] repeatedly until the symbol you want appears.

    2
    PREPARING TO USE YOUR FAX

    • If the next letter you want to enter is under a different numeric button, simply press that button
    until the letter you want appears.
    -orIf the next letter you want to enter is under the same numeric button you pressed in step 2, press
    [4] to move the cursor to the right. Then press that same numeric button repeatedly until the letter
    you want appears.
    • To enter a space, press [Space].

    Correcting mistakes __________________________
    You can clear an entire entry by pressing [Clear]. Alternatively, follow the procedure below to
    correct individual letters:
    1

    Use [3] or [4] to move the cursor under the incorrect letter.
    CANEN

    2

    Use the numeric buttons to enter the correct letter over the incorrect letter.
    CANON

    3

    :A

    :A

    When you have finished making corrections, press [Start/Copy] to register your new entry.

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    Setting the TEL LINE TYPE
    Before using your fax, make sure it is set for the telephone line type of your telephone system. If
    you are unsure of your telephone line type, check with your local telephone company.
    See pp. 2-2, 2-3 for the buttons on the operation panel.
    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Start/Copy] twice.
    DATE & TIME

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select TEL LINE TYPE.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    TOUCH TONE

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select TOUCH TONE.
    You can also select ROTARY PULSE.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    AUTO VOICE DIAL

    4

    Press [Stop].
    Setting ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

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    Registering sender information
    Personalizing your fax ________________________
    ■ Identifying your documents

    By identifying the documents you send, the receiving party will be able to recognize your fax
    messages at a glance. The illustration below shows a sample document with the identifying
    information.
    12/27/2002 10:12 FAX 123 4567

    CANON

    CANON CANADA

    01

    The page number
    THE SLEREXE COMPANY LIMITED
    SAPORS LANE•BOOLE•DORSET•BH25 8ER
    TELEPHONE BOOLE (945 13) 51617 – FAX 123456

    Our Ref. 350/PJC/EAC

    The name of the party who is
    receiving the document
    Your name or company name
    Your fax/telephone number

    2
    PREPARING TO USE YOUR FAX

    When sending a document, you can have your fax number and your name (known as your ID),
    and the current date and time printed out by the receiving fax machine. This information is called
    your TTI (Transmit Terminal Identification) and appears at the top of the faxed document in
    small type.

    TELEPHONE # MARK (You can select TEL or FAX, see p. 7-2.)
    The date and time you sent the document

    The top line includes the name of the receiving party if you send the document using one-touch
    speed dialing or coded speed dialing and you registered the party’s name.

    Setting the date and time ____________________
    The date and time appear on the LCD as well as on the documents you send.
    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Start/Copy] three times.
    12/20/2002

    2

    13:30

    Use the numeric buttons to enter the date and time using the month-day-year format
    (MM/DD/20YY).
    • Set the time using the 24-hour clock system. Precede single digits with a zero.
    Example: 3:00 p.m. = 15:00
    • To change the date format, see SYSTEM SETTINGS, p. 7-5.

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    3

    Press [Start/Copy].

    4

    Press [Stop].
    Registration ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

    Registering your fax/telephone number and
    name __________________________________________
    This information appears at the top of each document you send.
    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Start/Copy] twice.
    DATE & TIME

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select UNIT TELEPHONE #.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    3

    Enter your fax number (up to 20 digits) using the numeric buttons.
    You can enter a plus sign (+) or space to make your number easier to read. To enter a plus sign (+),
    press [#].
    TEL=

    123 xxxx



    Press [Start/Copy] twice.
    4

    Enter your name (up to 16 letters) using the numeric buttons (see p. 2-4).
    CANON

    :A



    Press [Start/Copy].
    5

    Press [Stop].
    Registration ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

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    Setting the daylight saving time ______________

    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Start/Copy].
    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select SYSTEM SETTINGS.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select DAYLGHT SAV TIME.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    OFF

    4

    Use [3] or [4] to select ON or OFF.

    2
    PREPARING TO USE YOUR FAX

    Your fax supports the daylight saving time system that shifts the clock time ahead or back
    according to the change in seasons. You can select if the time information in your fax changes to
    match the daylight saving time system, and also set the day and time when the daylight saving
    time begins and ends.



    Press [Start/Copy].
    5

    • If you selected OFF in step 4, press [Stop] to return to standby mode.
    • If you selected ON in step 4, use [3] or [4] to select BEGIN DATE/TIME.


    Press [Start/Copy] twice.
    APRIL

    6

    Use [3] or [4] to select the month in which the daylight saving time starts.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    MONTH

    7

    Use [3] or [4] to select WEEK.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    FIRST WEEK

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    8

    Use [3] or [4] to select the week in which the daylight saving time starts.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    WEEK

    9

    Use [3] or [4] to select DAY.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    SUNDAY

    10 Use [3] or [4] to select the day of the week on which the daylight saving time starts.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    DAY

    11 Use [3] or [4] to select TIME.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    TIME

    02:00

    12 Use the numeric buttons to enter the time at which the daylight saving time will take
    effect.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    TIME

    13 Press [Function].
    14 Use [3] or [4] to select END DATE/TIME.


    Press [Start/Copy] twice.
    OCTOBER

    15 Set the month, week, the day of the week, and time when the daylight saving time ends, as
    in steps 6 to 12.
    16 Press [Stop].

    2-10

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    Registering one-touch speed
    dialing numbers and names
    The quickest way to dial a fax number is to use one-touch speed dialing. This allows you to dial a
    number by pressing a single button. Before you can use one-touch speed dialing, you must
    register the receiving number (up to 50 digits) with your fax.
    You can also register the name of the party (up to 16 letters) and a voice tag; the name appears on
    the printout of the one-touch speed dialing list.
    Press [Function].

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select TEL REGISTRATION.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    1-TOUCH SPD DIAL

    3

    Press [Start/Copy].
    01=

    4

    Use [3] or [4] to select the number of the one-touch speed dialing button you want to use
    for the number.

    PREPARING TO USE YOUR FAX

    1

    2

    If a number is already registered under this one-touch speed dialing button, the number is displayed
    on the LCD.

    5

    Enter the party’s number (up to 50 digits) using the numeric buttons.
    03=

    2 50xxx_



    Press [Start/Copy] to register the number.
    6

    Enter the party’s name (up to 16 letters) using the numeric buttons (see p. 2-4).
    CANON

    :A



    Press [Start/Copy] to register the name.

    n

    To delete the name and number registered under the one-touch speed dialing button, press [Clear]
    and [Start/Copy] after you perform steps 1 to 4 above.

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    7

    Register the party’s voice tag for voice dialing.
    See Registering voice dialing voice tags, p. 2-14.
    The fax asks you if you want to register the voice tag.
    YES=(A)

    NO=(#)



    Press [:] or [#] to select YES or NO.
    8

    • If you selected NO in step 7, proceed to step 9.
    • If you selected YES in step 7:
    After a tone, speak the party’s name into the microphone.
    The fax asks you to speak the party’s name again.


    After a tone, speak into the microphone again.
    9

    2-12

    To assign additional one-touch speed dialing numbers, start from step 4 .
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    Registering coded speed
    dialing numbers and names
    Use coded speed dialing to dial a fax number at the press of three buttons. A fax/telephone
    number up to 50 digits can be registered under each two-digit speed dialing code (01-50) and you
    can register up to 50 locations. You can also register the name of the party (up to 16 letters) and a
    voice tag; the name appears on the printout of the coded speed dialing list.
    Press [Function].

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select TEL REGISTRATION.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    1-TOUCH SPD DIAL

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select CODED SPEED DIAL.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    A01=

    4

    Use [3] or [4] to select the two-digit code under which you want to register the number.

    PREPARING TO USE YOUR FAX

    1

    2

    If a number is already registered under this coded speed dialing code, the number is displayed on the
    LCD.

    5

    Enter the party’s number and name the same way you registered them for one-touch speed
    dialing.
    See steps 5 to 6, Registering one-touch speed dialing numbers and names, p. 2-11.
    A03=81 773 xxxx_

    6

    Register the party’s voice tag the same way you registered it for one-touch speed dialing
    (see pp. 2-11, 2-14).

    7

    To assign additional coded speed dialing numbers, start from step 4.
    To finish, press [Stop].

    n

    To delete the name and number registered under the coded speed dialing code, press [Clear] and
    [Start/Copy] after you perform steps 1 to 4 above.

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    Registering voice dialing voice tags
    Voice dialing allows you to dial a number by speaking the receiving party’s name to the fax.
    Before you can use the voice dialing feature, you must register voice tags.
    You can register a name or phrase (no longer than 3 seconds) you want to use to retrieve the
    party, such as the first name, family name, nickname, company name, official position, and so
    forth. You can register up to 15 voice tags.

    n

    You can check whether a voice tag has been registered for a specific one-touch or coded speed
    dialing entry by printing the speed dialing lists.
    Entries with a voice tag are preceded by an icon (A).

    Registering voice tags with one-touch/coded
    speed dialing numbers and names ____________
    Follow the procedures on Registering one-touch/coded speed dialing numbers and names, pp. 2-11
    to 2-13.

    Adding voice tags to the one-touch/coded
    speed dialing numbers
    1

    Press [Function].

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select TEL REGISTRATION.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select 1-TOUCH SPD DIAL or CODED SPEED DIAL.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    4

    Use [3] or [4] to select the receiving party you want to add a voice tag to.


    Press [Start/Copy] twice.
    5

    When the fax asks you if you want to add a voice tag, press [:] to select YES.
    If a voice tag is already registered under this speed dialing number, the fax asks you if you want to
    modify the voice tag (see Modifying voice tags, p. 2-15).

    6

    After the tone, speak the party’s name into the microphone.
    The fax asks you to speak the name again.


    After the tone, speak into the microphone again.
    • Keep background noise to a minimum to ensure reliable operation.
    • Registering the same or similar voice tags for different parties may cause an error when you try to
    retrieve the party.

    7

    2-14

    To assign additional voice tags, start from step 4.
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    Modifying voice tags _________________________
    Perform steps 1 to 4 on p. 2-14.

    2

    If a voice tag is already registered under the speed dialing number, the fax asks you if you
    want to modify the voice tag.


    Press [:] to select YES.
    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select REDO VOICETAG.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    The fax asks you to confirm that you want to redo the voice tag registration.

    4

    Press [:] to select YES and proceed to step 6 on p. 2-14.
    Press [#] to cancel the procedure.

    Deleting voice tags ___________________________
    1

    Perform steps 1 and 2 on Modifying voice tags above.

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select DELETE VOICETAG.

    2
    PREPARING TO USE YOUR FAX

    1



    Press [Start/Copy].
    The fax asks you to confirm that you want to delete the voice tag.

    3

    Press [:] to select YES to delete the voice tag.
    Press [#] to cancel the procedure.

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    3

    DOCUMENTS AND PAPER
    Preparing documents
    Types of documents you can scan ____________
    ■ Size
    The fax can scan standard letter, A4, or legal-size documents.

    ■ Scanned area

    3
    0.12 ±0.12 in. (3.0 ±3.0 mm)

    LTR/LGL

    0.08 ±0.08 in. (2.0 ±2.0 mm)
    0.08 ±0.14 in.
    (2.0 ±3.5 mm)

    0.08 ±0.14 in.
    (2.0 ±3.5 mm)

    DOCUMENTS AND PAPER

    The actual area scanned by the fax is shown below.

    The margin on either side of the sheet and the margin on the top and bottom are not picked up by
    the scanner.

    Problem documents __________________________
    • To prevent document jams in the document tray, do not attempt to load the following types of
    documents into the fax:
    – Wrinkled or creased paper
    – Curled or rolled paper
    – Torn paper
    – Carbon paper or carbon-backed paper
    – Coated paper or glossy paper – Onion skin or thin paper
    – Thick paper
    – Envelopes
    • Remove all staples, paper clips, etc. before loading the document into the document tray.
    • Make sure any glue, ink or correction fluid on the paper is completely dry before loading the
    document into the document tray.
    • Make a photocopy of any document that will not feed into the fax so that you can then load the
    copy into the document tray.

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    Loading documents
    1

    Adjust the document guide to the width of the document, and gently insert the top of the
    document face up into the document tray until you hear a beep.

    n

    • For a multipage document, the pages are fed one by one from the top of the stack.
    • Wait until all pages of your document have been scanned before starting a new job.
    • Make sure you follow the procedure above to load documents into the document tray. If the
    document is not loaded into the document tray correctly, it may not be fed into the fax
    properly; resulting in a jam, or in pages not being sent.
    • If you want to send a document with more than 15 letter-size (5 legal-size) pages*, divide the
    document into sections and send each section in a separate transmission.

    * The total thickness of the paper stack must be less than 0.08 in. (2mm).

    Problems with multipage documents _________
    If you have trouble feeding multipage documents from the document tray into the fax, remove the
    stack and tap it on a flat surface to even the edges. Then slant the stack so that its front edge is
    beveled, and insert the stack into the document tray.

    3-2

    n

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    Paper requirements
    You can use regular copier paper, cotton bond paper, or typical letterhead. Your fax does not
    require special ink jet paper. Always use paper without curls, folds, staples, or damaged edges.
    Look at the label on the package to see if the paper has a preferred side for printing.

    n

    Be sure to test paper before purchasing large quantities.

    3

    The shaded area below shows the printable area of letter/legal-size paper. Be sure to print within
    this area.

    0.12 ±0.06 in. (3.0 ±1.5 mm)

    LTR/LGL

    FEED
    DIRECTION

    DOCUMENTS AND PAPER

    Printable area _________________________________

    0.28 in. (7 mm)
    0.25 ±0.06 in.
    (6.4 ±1.5 mm)

    0.25 in.~
    (6.4 mm ~)

    Loading paper ________________________________
    For details on loading paper in the multi-purpose tray, see p. 1-8.

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    4

    SENDING DOCUMENTS
    Preparing to send a document

    Before you send a document, see Chapter 3: DOCUMENTS AND PAPER.

    Adjusting the quality of your documents _____
    ■ Setting the scanning resolution
    Resolution is a measure of the fineness or clarity of a printout. Low resolutions may cause text
    and graphics to have a jagged appearance, while higher resolutions provide smoother curves and
    lines, crisp text and graphics, and a better match to traditional typeface designs.

    n

    Load the document face up into the document tray.
    See Loading documents, p. 3-2.

    2

    Press [Resolution] to select the resolution.
    You can select STANDARD, FINE or PHOTO.
    After about 5 seconds, the fax returns to standby mode.

    n

    You can change the resolution setting while the document is being scanned for sending.
    However, please note that your new setting will only affect the next page scanned.

    ■ Setting the scanning contrast
    Contrast is the difference in brightness between the lightest and darkest parts of a printed
    document. You can adjust the contrast your fax uses to send or copy documents, according to how
    light or dark your document is.
    1

    4
    SENDING DOCUMENTS

    1

    Using a higher resolution will increase the output quality, but will slow down the scanning speed.

    Press [Function].


    Press [Start/Copy] twice.
    DATE & TIME

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select SCAN CONTRAST.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    STANDARD

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to adjust the scanning contrast.
    You can select STANDARD, DARKER or LIGHTER.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    4

    Press [Stop].
    Setting ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

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    Sending methods _____________________________
    ■ Direct sending (see below)
    ■ Memory sending (see p. 4-3)
    ■ Manual sending (see p. 4-4)

    Dialing methods ______________________________
    There are several methods of dialing the receiving party’s number, depending on how your fax is
    set up.







    Regular dialing
    One-touch speed dialing (see p. 4-5)
    Coded speed dialing (see p. 4-5)
    Directory dialing (see p. 4-6)
    Voice dialing (see p. 4-7)

    Sending documents
    Direct sending ________________________________
    1

    Load the document face up into the document tray.
    See Loading documents, p. 3-2.
    You can set the scanning resolution and contrast (see p. 4-1).

    2

    Dial the receiving party’s fax number.
    Use one of the dialing methods described in this chapter.
    TEL=

    3

    3456xxxx

    Press [Start/Copy].
    The fax begins sending.
    Press twice to send immediately.

    n
    4-2

    • If an error occurs during sending, the fax beeps intermittently for a few seconds and an error
    message appears on the LCD. If this happens, correct the error and then press [Stop], then try
    sending the document again. See LCD messages, p. 9-15.
    • The fax automatically redials if the receiving party does not answer or if the line is busy. (You
    can specify the number of times it redials; see AUTO REDIAL, p. 7-3.)



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    Memory sending ______________________________
    The fax normally uses direct sending to send your document. However, you can send it with
    memory sending (see below). In this case, the fax quickly scans the document into memory. Then
    it sends the document from memory. This means you do not have to wait for the fax to finish
    sending before you can retrieve your original document.
    You can send up to 15 letter-size pages at a time with memory sending (based on ITU-T No.1
    Chart, standard resolution).

    n

    Load the document face up into the document tray.
    See Loading documents, p. 3-2.
    You can set the scanning resolution and contrast (see p. 4-1).

    2

    Press [Function].


    Press [Send Options].
    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select MEMORY TX.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    4

    Dial the receiving party’s fax number.

    4
    SENDING DOCUMENTS

    1

    If MEMORY FULL appears on the LCD during the scanning process, re-start sending the document
    using direct sending (see p. 4-2), or divide the document into sections.

    Use one of the dialing methods described in this chapter (see p. 4-2).
    TEL=

    5

    3456xxxx

    Press [Start/Copy].
    The fax scans the document into memory and begins sending.

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    Manual sending _______________________________
    If you would like to first speak with the person you are sending the document to, use manual
    sending. You need to connect the handset or extension phone to the fax for manual sending.
    1

    Load the document face up into the document tray.
    See Loading documents, p. 3-2.
    You can set the scanning resolution and contrast (see p. 4-1).

    2

    Pick up the handset or press [Hook] and dial the receiving party’s fax number.
    Use one of the dialing methods described in this chapter (see p. 4-2).
    TEL=

    3

    3456xxxx

    If a person answers, converse normally, then ask them to press the start button on their
    fax. Press [Start/Copy] and hang up.
    If you hear a high pitch tone, press [Start/Copy] and hang up.

    n

    4-4

    • If you pressed [Hook] in step 2, you need to pick up the handset when a person answers the
    phone.
    • The fax will beep if the handset is not hung up properly. Make sure the handset is seated
    properly in its cradle. If you do not want the fax to beep, disable the OFFHOOK ALARM
    setting (see p. 7-2).
    • If an error occurs during sending, the fax beeps intermittently for a few seconds and an error
    message appears on the LCD. If this happens, correct the error, then try sending the document
    again. See LCD messages, p. 9-15.



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    Canceling sending
    1

    Press [Stop].

    n

    When you cancel sending, you may need to press and hold [Start/Copy] for a few seconds, then
    the fax will feed out the document.

    Automatic dialing
    To use this feature you must first register numbers for one-touch speed dialing (see pp. 2-11, 2-12)
    or coded speed dialing (see p. 2-13).
    1

    Load the document face up into the document tray.
    See Loading documents, p. 3-2.
    You can set the scanning resolution and the contrast (see p. 4-1).

    2

    Press the one-touch speed dialing button under which the number you wish to fax is
    registered.

    SENDING DOCUMENTS

    Sending a document using one-touch speed
    dialing or coded speed dialing numbers ______

    4

    905 795 xxxx

    -orPress [Coded Dial/Directory] and enter the appropriate two-digit coded speed dialing
    code.
    The registered name and number appear.
    If you make a mistake, press [Stop]. Then press the correct one-touch speed dialing button or press
    [Coded Dial/Directory] and re-enter the code.
    1 49 39 xx xx

    3

    Press [Start/Copy].
    The fax begins sending.

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    Sending a document using directory dialing _
    This feature is convenient when you know the other party’s name but cannot recall the one-touch
    speed dialing button or the code for coded speed dialing where the number is registered.
    This procedure can also be used to look up the other party’s name and retrieve the number for
    dialing.
    1

    Load the document face up into the document tray.
    See Loading documents, p. 3-2.
    You can set the scanning resolution and the contrast (see p. 4-1).

    2

    Press [Coded Dial/Directory] twice.
    DIRECTORY DIAL

    3

    Press a numeric button to enter the first letter of the name of the party you are searching
    for.
    A01 Canon CANADA

    4

    Press [3] or [4] to display the other names and numbers registered for the button letter
    group.
    • The names for one-touch speed dialing numbers are prefixed with two digits and the names for
    coded speed dialing numbers are prefixed with an asterisk (A) and two digits.
    • When you reach the last name and number registered for the letter group, you will return to the
    first name and number in the group.
    • If the LCD does not change after you press [3] or [4], this means only one name and number is
    registered for the button you just pressed.
    • Press [Redial/Pause] to switch between the name and number on the LCD.

    5

    4-6

    With the telephone number you want to dial displayed, press [Start/Copy] to start the
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    Sending a document using voice dialing _____
    To use this feature you must first register the voice tags for voice dialing (see p. 2-14).
    1

    Load the document face up into the document tray.
    See Loading documents, p. 3-2.
    You can set the scanning resolution and the contrast (see p. 4-1).

    2

    Press [Voice Dial]. Then speak the voice tag into the microphone.

    4

    The registered name will be displayed on the LCD.

    3

    With the party’s name you wish to dial displayed, press [Start/Copy] to start the document
    transmission.
    • If the AUTO VOICE DIAL setting is set to ON, the fax automatically starts the transmission
    (see p. 7-2).
    • If the displayed party’s name is not what you are searching for, press [Stop] to cancel the
    procedure, and re-start from step 2.

    n

    If an error occurs every time you speak into the microphone, re-register the voice tag and try again
    (see pp. 2-11 to 2-14).

    SENDING DOCUMENTS

    CANON

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    Special dialing
    Sending a document using caller history _____
    If the CALLER ID setting is set to ON, the caller’s name and phone/fax number appear on the
    LCD when you receive a call (see p. 7-4). The fax keeps up to 20 latest caller IDs in memory.

    n

    The caller history feature uses the Telcordia GR-30-CORE protocol. Contact your local telephone
    company for detailed information about caller ID subscription.

    1

    Press [Function].

    2

    Press [Caller History].


    Press [Start/Copy].
    The date and time, names, and numbers from which you have received calls recently will be
    displayed on the LCD.
    • Press [Redial/Pause] or [Coded Dial/Directory] to switch between the date and time, name, and
    phone number on the LCD.

    3
    4

    Use [3] or [4] to select the receiving party.
    Press [#] to add/remove the area code (NPA) or the prefix.
    You can select from the following patterns:
    • 1-NPA-123-xxxx
    • 123-xxxx
    • 1-123-xxxx
    • NPA-123-xxxx


    Press [Start/Copy].
    The fax begins calling the number.

    5

    If a person answers, pick up the handset and converse normally.
    If you want to send a document, load the document face up into the document tray (see
    Loading documents, p. 3-2) and ask them to press the start button on their fax.
    See Manual sending, p. 4-4.

    6

    When you hear a high pitch tone, press [Start/Copy] and hang up.
    The fax begins sending the document.

    Long-distance dialing _________________________

    4-8

    When you register a long-distance number, you may have to insert a pause within or after the
    number. For long-distance dialing, the location and length of the pause may differ depending on the
    telephone system. To enter a pause, press [Redial/Pause]. A pause within a number is 2 seconds
    long. The length of this pause can be adjusted. See MID PAUSE SET, p. 7-3. A pause at the end of
    a number is fixed at 10 seconds.



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    Redialing when the line is busy
    There are two methods of redialing: manual redialing and automatic redialing. This section
    explains these two methods.

    Manual redialing ______________________________
    Press [Redial/Pause] to dial the last number you dialed with the numeric buttons. (This starts
    redialing regardless of whether automatic redialing is enabled.)

    ■ Canceling manual redialing

    4

    To cancel manual redialing, press [Stop].

    ■ What is automatic redialing?
    When you are sending a document and the receiving party’s line is busy, the fax waits the
    specified time and then dials the same number again. You can set the fax to redial several times if
    previous attempts fail because of a busy signal.
    Automatic redialing can be turned off and on. The number of redialing attempts and the time
    interval between attempts can also be adjusted (see AUTO REDIAL, p. 7-3).
    If all redialing attempts are unsuccessful, the fax will cancel the transmission.

    SENDING DOCUMENTS

    Automatic redialing __________________________

    When automatic redialing is in use, the LCD displays AUTO REDIAL while it is waiting to
    redial.

    ■ Canceling automatic redialing
    Automatic redialing cannot be canceled with the [Stop] button while the fax is waiting to redial.
    1

    Wait until the fax begins redialing.

    2

    Press [Stop].

    n

    If you want to cancel a memory-sending transmission while the fax is waiting to redial, you will
    have to delete the document from memory (see p. 4-15).

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    ■ Setting the options for automatic redialing
    You can set the following options for automatic redialing:
    • Whether or not the fax redials automatically.
    • The number of times the fax attempts to redial.
    • The time interval between redialing attempts.
    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Start/Copy].
    USER SETTINGS

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select TX SETTINGS.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    ECM TX

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select AUTO REDIAL.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    • To disable automatic redialing, use [3] or [4] to select OFF, then press [Start/Copy]. Press [Stop]
    to return to standby mode.
    • To enable automatic redialing, use [3] or [4] to select ON and continue with the steps below.
    ON

    4

    Press [Start/Copy] twice.
    2TIMES

    5

    Use the numeric buttons to enter the number of times you want the fax to redial.
    You can select from 1 to 10 times (see p. 7-3).


    Press [Start/Copy] twice.
    2MIN.

    6

    Use the numeric buttons to enter the time interval between redialing attempts.
    You can select from 2 to 99 minutes (see p. 7-3).


    Press [Start/Copy].

    4-10 7 Press [Stop].

    The fax returns to standby mode.



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    Delayed sending
    Your fax can send a document automatically at a preset time. This allows you to take advantage
    of lower late-night long-distance rates offered by some telephone companies.
    The fax can only register one preset sending operation at a time.
    1

    Load the document face up into the document tray.
    See Loading documents, p. 3-2.
    You can set the scanning resolution and contrast (see p. 4-1).

    2

    Press [Function].

    4



    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select DELAYED TX.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    SETTIME

    4

    15:00

    Enter the desired sending time (24-hour clock) using the numeric buttons.
    • Set the time using the 24-hour clock system. Precede single digits with a zero.
    Example: 3:00 p.m. = 15:00
    • Press [Clear] if you need to re-enter the time.
    • You can also use [3] or [4] to move the cursor.

    5
    6

    SENDING DOCUMENTS

    Press [Send Options].

    Press [Start/Copy].
    Enter the receiving party’s fax number.
    You can enter the receiving party’s fax number using the numeric buttons, one-touch speed dialing,
    coded speed dialing, or directory dialing (see pp. 4-5, 4-6).

    7

    Press [Start/Copy].
    The fax scans the document into memory.

    8

    The fax will automatically dial at the programmed time.

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    Sending other documents while the fax is set
    for delayed sending ___________________________
    You can send, receive, and copy other documents even when the fax is set for sending at a preset
    time.
    To send or copy other documents after setting the fax for delayed sending, simply send or copy
    using any other sending procedure in this guide.

    n

    Delayed sequential broadcasting is applicable for sending one document to more than one location
    at a later time when multiple fax numbers are dialed (see p. 4-13).

    Canceling delayed sending ___________________
    1

    Press [Function].

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select MEMORY REFERENCE.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select DELETE DOCUMENT.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    TX/RX NO.

    4

    0001

    Use [3] or [4] to select the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) of the document you want to
    delete.
    • If the LCD does not change after you press [3] or [4], this means only one transaction is stored in
    memory.
    • If you are unsure of the transaction number (TX/RX NO.), print the DOC. MEMORY LIST
    (see p 4-14).


    Press [Start/Copy].
    YES=(A)

    5

    NO=(#)

    Press [:] to delete the file.
    If you change your mind and want to continue sending, press [#].

    6

    Press [Stop].
    The fax returns to standby mode.

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    Sequential broadcasting
    Sending a document to more than
    one location __________________________________

    n
    1

    You must press each button within 10 seconds of the preceding one. The fax begins the operation
    approximately 10 seconds after you press the last button.

    Load the document face up into the document tray.
    See Loading documents, p. 3-2.
    You can set the scanning resolution and contrast (see p. 4-1).

    2

    Dial the receiving party’s fax numbers as you need.
    You can also press [Redial/Pause] to redial the last number dialed with the numeric buttons.
    TEL=

    3

    4
    SENDING DOCUMENTS

    Sequential broadcasting sends one document to more than one location.
    You can send to a total of 60 locations as follows:
    • One-touch speed dialing
    =
    9 locations
    • Coded speed dialing
    =
    50 locations
    • Regular dialing (Numeric buttons dialing) =
    1 location
    You can enter the one-touch speed dialing and coded speed dialing locations in any order. You
    simply press the one-touch speed dialing button, or press [Coded Dial/Directory] followed by the
    two-digit code.
    You can also include one location using regular dialing. Remember that when using regular
    dialing, you must press [Start/Copy] after entering the number.

    3456xxxx

    Press [Start/Copy].
    • The fax reads the document into memory and begins sending.
    • To cancel a transmission, press [Stop] during dialing or transmission. All transmissions in the
    sequence are canceled.

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    Documents stored in memory
    Printing a list of documents in memory ______
    Your fax can print a list of documents stored in memory, along with the transaction number (TX/
    RX NO.) of each document. Once you know the transaction number of a document in memory,
    you can print it or delete it.
    1

    Press [Function].

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select MEMORY REFERENCE.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    DOC. MEMORY LIST

    3

    Press [Start/Copy].

    Printing a document in memory ______________
    1

    Press [Function].

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select MEMORY REFERENCE.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    DOC. MEMORY LIST

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select PRINT DOCUMENT.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    TX/RX NO.

    4

    0001

    Use [3] or [4] to select the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) of the document you want to
    print.
    If you are unsure of the transaction number (TX/RX NO.), print the DOC. MEMORY LIST (see above).

    5

    Press [Start/Copy].
    1ST PAGE ONLY?

    4-14

    YES=(A)

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    6

    Press [:] to print the first page only, or press [#] to print all pages of the document.
    The fax prints the document.

    Deleting a document from memory __________
    1

    Press [Function].

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select MEMORY REFERENCE.

    DOC. MEMORY LIST

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select DELETE DOCUMENT.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    TX/RX NO.

    4

    0001

    Use [3] or [4] to select the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) of the document you want to
    delete.

    SENDING DOCUMENTS



    Press [Start/Copy].

    4

    • If the LCD does not change after you press [3] or [4], this means only one transaction is stored in
    memory.
    • If you are unsure of the transaction number (TX/RX NO.), print the DOC. MEMORY LIST
    (see p. 4-14).

    5

    Press [Start/Copy].
    The fax asks you to confirm that you want to delete the document.
    YES=(A)

    6

    NO=(#)

    Press [:] to delete the document.
    If you change your mind and want to keep the document in memory, press [#].

    7

    To continue deleting other documents in memory, repeat the procedure from step 4.
    To finish, press [Stop].

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    5

    RECEIVING DOCUMENTS
    Different ways to receive a document

    Your fax provides you with several modes for receiving documents. To determine which mode
    best suits your requirements, see the table below.
    Main Use

    Operation

    FAX/TEL AUTO
    SW
    (Fax/Tel mode)

    Fax/Tel

    Automatically switches
    Handset or extension
    between fax and voice
    phone connected to the
    calls. Receives documents fax.
    automatically and rings
    for voice calls.

    p. 5-2

    MANUAL MODE

    Tel

    Rings for every call,
    Handset or extension
    regardless of whether the phone connected to the
    call is a fax call or a voice fax.
    call. For a fax call, you
    have to manually activate
    reception of the fax.

    p. 5-4

    DRPD

    Fax/Tel

    FAX ONLY MODE Fax

    Requirements

    Details

    The fax rings differently
    depending on whether a
    call is a fax or voice call.

    Subscription to a DRPD p. 5-5
    service.
    Handset or extension
    phone connected to the
    fax.

    Answers all calls as fax
    calls. Receives documents
    automatically and
    disconnects voice calls.

    Separate telephone line p. 7-4
    for fax use only.
    If you want to be alerted
    when a fax call is
    received, connect the
    handset, or an extension
    phone to the fax, and
    enable the INCOMING
    RING setting.

    5
    RECEIVING DOCUMENTS

    Receive Mode

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    Setting the receive mode
    Once you have decided which mode is suitable for your needs, set the mode by pressing [Receive
    Mode].
    1

    Press [Receive Mode].
    Every time you press [Receive Mode], the mode changes cyclically.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    The fax returns to standby mode.

    Receiving both documents and telephone
    calls automatically: Fax/Tel mode _____________
    If you set Fax/Tel mode, you can control precisely how the fax handles incoming calls by
    adjusting the following settings:
    • Adjust the time the fax takes to check whether a call is from a fax machine or a telephone
    (RING START TIME setting).
    • Adjust the length of time the fax rings when the call is a voice call (F/T RING TIME setting).
    • Set whether the fax switches to receive mode after the ring time set in F/T RING TIME has
    elapsed (DEFAULT ACTION setting).
    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Start/Copy].
    USER SETTINGS

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select RX SETTINGS.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    ECM RX

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select FAX/TEL AUTO SW.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    RING START TIME

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    4

    Press [Start/Copy].
    8SEC

    5

    Use the numeric buttons to enter the time the fax waits before ringing when it receives a
    call.
    You can select from 0 to 30 seconds (see p. 7-4).


    Press [Start/Copy] twice.
    15SEC

    Use the numeric buttons to enter the time the fax rings while waiting for someone to pick
    up the handset.
    You can select from 10 to 45 seconds (see p. 7-4).


    Press [Start/Copy] twice.
    RECEIVE

    7

    Use [3] or [4] to select RECEIVE or DISCONNECT.
    This setting tells the fax what to do if the handset is not picked up within the specified ring time set
    in step 6.


    8
    9

    Press [Start/Copy].

    RECEIVING DOCUMENTS

    6

    5

    Press [Stop].
    Setting ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

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    6
    Receiving documents manually: MANUAL
    MODE _________________________________________
    1

    Check that Manual is displayed on the LCD (see p. 5-2).
    12/20

    Manual

    2

    Check that the handset or extension phone is connected to the fax (see p. 1-4).

    3

    When you hear the handset or extension phone rings, pick up the handset.

    4

    ■ If you hear a person’s voice:
    Start your conversation. If the caller wants to send a document after talking to you, ask
    them to press the start button on their fax machine.
    When you hear a slow beep, press [Start/Copy] on the fax to begin receiving the
    document. Hang up the handset.
    • If the extension phone is connected to the fax and located away from the fax, dial 25 (the
    remote receiving ID) on the extension phone and hang up.
    • The fax begins receiving the document.

    ■ If you hear a slow beep tone:
    Someone is trying to send you a document.
    • Press [Start/Copy] and hang up the handset.
    • If the extension phone is located away from your fax, dial 25 (the remote receiving ID) on the
    extension phone and hang up.
    • The fax begins receiving the document.

    n

    5-4

    Be sure to hang up the handset after you press [Start/Copy] otherwise the call will be
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    Receiving with a DRPD (Distinctive Ring
    Pattern Detection) service: DRPD ____________
    DRPD service assigns two or more telephone numbers with distinctive ring patterns to a single
    telephone line, allowing you to have both a fax number(s) and a telephone number(s) using only
    one telephone line. Your fax will automatically monitor incoming calls and based on the ring
    pattern, will let you know if the call is a fax or voice call. Follow the procedure below to set the
    fax ring pattern that matches the pattern assigned by your telephone company.

    n

    Contact your local telephone company for detailed information on this service.

    5
    1

    Press [Function].

    USER SETTINGS

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select RX SETTINGS.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    ECM RX

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select DRPD:SELECT FAX.

    RECEIVING DOCUMENTS



    Press [Start/Copy].



    Press [Start/Copy].
    NORMAL RING

    4

    Use [3] or [4] to select the ring pattern that your telephone company assigned to your fax
    number.
    You can select NORMAL RING, DOUBLE RING, SHORT-SHORT-LONG, SHORT-LONGSHORT, or OTHER RING TYPE.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    5

    Press [Stop].
    Setting ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

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    Other features
    Saving ink while printing documents _________
    You can enable/disable ink-saving feature by pressing the [Ink Saver] button when the [Function]
    button is pressed.

    n
    1

    By enabling this feature, print quality will be reduced. For highest print quality, disable this feature.

    Press [Function].


    Press [Ink Saver].
    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select ON or OFF.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    The fax returns to standby mode.

    Receiving documents in memory while
    performing another task or when a problem
    occurs ________________________________________
    If your fax is performing another task or encounters a problem when receiving a document, it
    automatically stores the unprinted pages in memory, and the LCD displays REC’D IN MEMORY
    as well as one or more messages. For an explanation of the message(s) and details on the action
    to take, see p. 9-18.

    n

    • You can set the fax not to store documents in memory if a problem occurs during reception
    (see MEMORY RX, p. 7-4).
    • Once the pages are printed, they are deleted from memory.

    Polling to receive documents _________________
    The polling feature allows you to request a document to be faxed to you from another fax
    machine. The sending party only needs to make sure the document is on a fax machine and ready
    to be sent. Thus, when your fax polls the other fax machine, the document is sent automatically.
    The fax can poll any fax machine that supports polling.

    n
    5-6

    • Before attempting to poll a fax machine, make sure that the other fax machine supports polling.
    • If the other party is using a Canon fax machine which has the Polling ID function, ask them to set
    the Polling ID of their fax machine to 255 (11111111 binary number).
    • For details on the Polling ID, see the other party’s fax machine manual.
    • Your fax cannot do polling transmissions.



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    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Polling].


    Press [Start/Copy].
    2

    Dial the fax number of the fax machine you wish to poll.
    Use one of the dialing methods described on page 4-2.
    TEL=

    3

    3456xxxx

    Press [Start/Copy].

    5

    Your fax begins receiving the document.

    1

    Press [Stop].

    RECEIVING DOCUMENTS

    Canceling receiving

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    6

    USING THE BUILT-IN ANSWERING MACHINE (TAM MODE)
    Recording the outgoing message

    Before you use TAM MODE, you must record an outgoing message. Use the microphone on the
    operation panel to record your outgoing message. Only one outgoing message, no longer than 20
    seconds, can be recorded.

    Types of messages that can be recorded _____
    OUTGOING MESSAGE: Answering machine message
    ALT OUTGOING MSG: Answering message only, used when the recording time is set to 0 or
    the memory is full. Caller cannot leave a message.
    VOICE MEMO:

    See p. 6-6.

    FAXTEL MESSAGE:

    Message played when the Fax/Tel mode is set.

    FORWARDING MSG:

    Message played when any new telephone messages are forwarded to
    a forwarding number.

    To record another type of message, select the type of message you want to record in step 1, and
    then follow the procedure below to record it.
    1
    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select OUTGOING MESSAGE.
    Press [Record] and speak into the microphone to record your outgoing message.
    The remaining recording time is displayed on the LCD.

    -orPress [Start/Copy], use [3] or [4] to select RECORD and press [Start/Copy] again. Then
    speak into the microphone to record your outgoing message.
    TIME LEFT

    3

    19

    Press [Stop] twice when recording is finished.
    You can record an alternative outgoing message, fax/telephone switching message or forwarding
    message by selecting the appropriate option in step 1 above and then continuing on to steps 2 and 3.

    n

    You cannot delete the OUTGOING MESSAGE. To record a new outgoing message, repeat steps
    1 to 3 above. The old outgoing message will be automatically deleted when you record your new
    message.

    USING THE BUILT-IN ANSWERING MACHINE (TAM MODE)

    Recording the outgoing message _____________

    6

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    Setting TAM MODE
    Setting TAM MODE allows you to receive telephone messages and fax transmissions while the
    fax is unattended. When you cancel TAM MODE, any new telephone messages will be played
    automatically.
    1

    Press [TAM Mode] to set TAM MODE.
    • When you set TAM MODE, the TAM LED lights up and the outgoing message is played.
    • When you cancel TAM MODE, the TAM LED switches off. If you have any new telephone
    messages, the messages are played automatically.
    • To cancel TAM MODE, press [TAM Mode] again.
    12/20

    n

    :00

    • NO OGM is displayed on the LCD when no outgoing message has been recorded. You must
    record an outgoing message before you can set TAM MODE (see p. 6-1).
    • A maximum of 55 messages, including an outgoing message, alternative message and voice
    memos, with a total maximum recording time of 10 minutes can be recorded. You can set a
    maximum recording time of 120 seconds for each telephone message (see p. 6-3).
    • If you have any new telephone messages, the TAM LED blinks and the number of messages
    appears on the LCD.
    • The date and time when the telephone message was recorded, the number of telephone
    messages and the number of the message being played (ICM No.) are displayed whenever a
    message is played.

    When TAM MODE is set and a call is received, the fax will respond as described below.

    1

    The fax will ring 2 or 5 times, when TOLL SAVER is set to ON, depending on whether there
    are any telephone messages (see p. 6-5).
    When TOLL SAVER is set to OFF, you can specify the number of times the fax will ring.

    2

    The outgoing message is played to the other party.

    3

    If the other party sends a fax after they leave a message, or if the call is a fax call, the fax
    is received automatically.

    n

    6-2

    When the fax is set to MANUAL MODE and MAN/AUTO SWITCH has been set to OFF, TAM
    MODE will be activated if the fax rings 15 times and the call is not answered (only when an
    outgoing message has been recorded). When the call is disconnected, the fax returns to
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    Setting the recording time for a telephone
    message ______________________________________
    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Start/Copy].
    USER SETTINGS

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select TAM SETTINGS.


    Press [Start/Copy] twice.

    6

    30 SECONDS

    Use [3] or [4] to select the recording time.
    The recording time can be set to 0, 30, 60 or 120 seconds.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    4

    Press [Stop].
    Setting ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

    n

    When the recording time is set to 0, the alternative outgoing message is played. If an alternative
    outgoing message has not been recorded, the outgoing message is played. In this case, there will
    be no beep after the message is played and the caller will not be able to leave a message.

    USING THE BUILT-IN ANSWERING MACHINE (TAM MODE)

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    6
    Setting TAM MONITOR _______________________
    TAM MONITOR allows you to screen all incoming calls.

    n
    1

    To use this feature, LINE MONITOR VOL (see p. 7-2) must be set to a setting other than 0. If LINE
    MONITOR VOL is set to 0, you will not be able to hear any incoming messages as they are being
    recorded.

    Press [Function].


    Press [Start/Copy].
    USER SETTINGS

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select TAM SETTINGS.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    MESSAGE LENGTH

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select TAM MONITOR.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    ON

    4

    Use [3] or [4] to select ON.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    5

    Press [Stop].
    Setting ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

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    Setting TOLL SAVER __________________________
    Setting TOLL SAVER allows you to check whether you have any new messages when you call
    from a remote location.
    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Start/Copy].
    USER SETTINGS

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select TAM SETTINGS.


    Press [Start/Copy].

    6

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select TOLL SAVER.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    • When TOLL SAVER is set to ON and there are telephone messages, the fax will ring twice before
    answering the call.
    • When TOLL SAVER is set to ON and there are no telephone messages, the fax will ring five times
    before answering the call.
    ON

    4
    5

    Press [Start/Copy].
    Press [Stop].
    Setting ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

    USING THE BUILT-IN ANSWERING MACHINE (TAM MODE)

    MESSAGE LENGTH

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    Recording voice memos
    Use this feature when you are going out and want to leave a message for another member of the
    family.
    Use the microphone on the printer cover to record your voice memo.
    Only one voice memo, 30, 60, or 120 seconds*, can be recorded. If you record a new voice memo
    when there is already a voice memo recorded, the old voice memo will be deleted.
    1
    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select VOICE MEMO.
    Press [Record] and speak into the microphone to record your voice memo.
    The remaining recording time is displayed on the LCD.

    -orPress [Start/Copy], use [3] or [4] to select RECORD and press [Start/Copy] again. Then
    speak into the microphone to record your voice memo.
    TIME LEFT

    3

    29

    Press [Stop] twice when recording is finished.
    The fax returns to standby mode.
    12/20

    n

    :00

    To play a voice memo, repeat step 1 above and then press [Play]. Alternatively, carry out step 1
    above, press [Start/Copy], select PLAY and then press [Start/Copy].

    -or1 Press [Record].
    RECORD A MESSAGE

    2

    Press [Record] or [Start/Copy]. Then speak into the microphone to record your voice memo.
    The remaining recording time is displayed on the LCD.
    TIME LEFT

    3

    29

    Press [Stop] when recording is finished.
    The fax returns to standby mode.

    6-6

    * The recording time for a voice memo can be set to the same settings as the recording time for a telephone
    message. However, if you set 0 as the recording time for each telephone message, voice memo recording
    time will be set to 30.



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    Deleting messages
    1

    Use [3] or [4] to select the type of message you want to delete.
    FAXTEL MESSAGE

    2

    Press [Delete].
    The fax asks you to confirm that you want to delete the message.
    YES=(A) NO=(#)

    3

    Press [:] to delete the message.
    If you do not want to delete the message, press [#].

    -or1 Use [3] or [4] to select the type of message you want to delete.



    Press [Start/Copy].
    PLAY

    2
    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select ERASE.
    Press [Start/Copy] .
    The fax asks you to confirm that you want to delete the message.
    YES=(A) NO=(#)

    4

    Press [:] to delete the message.
    If you do not want to delete the message, press [#].

    n

    You cannot delete the OUTGOING MESSAGE. The old outgoing message will be automatically
    deleted when you record your new message.

    USING THE BUILT-IN ANSWERING MACHINE (TAM MODE)

    FAXTEL MESSAGE

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    Playing telephone messages
    Telephone messages will be played back in order from the oldest message recorded. If a voice
    memo has been recorded, it will be played back first.
    1

    Press [Play].
    The date and time when the telephone message was recorded, the number of telephone messages and
    the number of the message being played (ICM No.) are displayed whenever a message is played.
    SUN 17:15

    n








    02/05

    Press [
    ] to listen to the message again. (Repeat)
    Press [
    ] to play the next message. (Skip)
    Press [
    ] twice to play the previous message.
    Press [Stop] to stop playback.
    Press [Delete] during playback to delete a message.
    Use [3] or [4] to change the volume.

    Follow the procedures below to delete all messages.
    1

    Press [Delete].
    YES=(A) NO=(#)

    2

    Press [:] to delete all messages.
    If you change your mind and decide not to delete all messages, press [#].

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    Remote control features
    Use these features when you call home to play back any messages you may have received. You
    can also use the remote control features to set TAM MODE.
    You must register a four-digit PIN as your password before you can use these features (see
    below).

    Registering the password for remote control_
    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Start/Copy].
    USER SETTINGS

    2

    6

    Use [3] or [4] to select TAM SETTINGS.


    MESSAGE LENGTH

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select PASSWORD.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    PASSWORD

    4

    1234

    Use the numeric buttons to enter a four-digit PIN as your password.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    5

    Press [Stop].
    Registration ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

    USING THE BUILT-IN ANSWERING MACHINE (TAM MODE)

    Press [Start/Copy].

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    6
    Using remote control _________________________
    1

    Call home.

    2

    The outgoing message will be played.

    3

    Press [#] while the outgoing message is playing. Enter your password when you hear the
    beeps indicating that you should enter your password.
    When your password is accepted, you will hear a confirmation tone (a short series of
    beeps).

    4

    The fax will now accept remote control commands (see List of remote control commands,
    p. 6-11).
    For example, press [1][1][#] to play back any telephone messages you may have received. When
    playback has finished, press [9][9][#] to end the remote control.

    5

    End the remote control and hang up the handset.

    n

    6-10

    • A password is required to use the remote control features. However, if PIN ENTRY is set to
    OFF (see p. 7-6), it is not necessary to enter your password when you use the FORWARDING
    MSG feature (see p. 6-12).
    • If you enter an invalid password, you will hear an error tone. If you enter two invalid
    passwords consecutively, the call will be disconnected.
    • You should enter a remote command within 20 seconds of entering your password. If more
    than 20 seconds elapse after you enter your password and you do not enter a remote command,
    the call will be disconnected.
    • The remote control features can be used even when the fax is set to a mode other than TAM
    MODE.
    • In FAX ONLY MODE, the outgoing message will not be played. Press [#] when the call is
    connected.
    • In Fax/Tel mode (FAX/TEL AUTO SW), press [#] while the Fax/Tel message is playing. If
    you have not set a Fax/Tel message, press [#] when the call is connected.
    • In MANUAL MODE, press [#] if MAN/AUTO SWITCH has been set. If MAN/AUTO
    SWITCH is off, the fax will ring 15 times. Press [#] while the outgoing message is playing.
    Then, enter your password when you hear the beeps.



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    ■ List of remote control commands
    Command
    11#

    Sub-command*
    4#
    6#
    5#
    9#

    19#
    20#
    #
    21#
    4#
    5#
    29#
    31#
    32#
    #
    33#
    #
    34#
    #
    41#
    4#
    5#
    42#
    4#
    5#
    43#
    4#
    5#
    44#
    4#
    5#
    50#
    51#
    60#
    61#
    89#
    99#

    * Sub-commands are only valid while the command they are linked to is active.
    ** When no forwarding number has been set, ICM forwarding mode cannot be set. When TAM MODE has
    not been set, entering this command activates TAM MODE and ICM forwarding mode simultaneously.

    6
    USING THE BUILT-IN ANSWERING MACHINE (TAM MODE)

    #

    Description
    Play ICM
    Repeat
    Skip
    Stop playback
    Delete
    Delete all ICM
    Record voice memo
    End recording
    Play voice memo
    Repeat
    Stop playback
    Delete voice memo
    Record outgoing message
    End recording
    Record alternative outgoing message
    End recording
    Record forwarding message
    End recording
    Record FAX/TEL switching message
    End recording
    Play outgoing message
    Repeat
    Stop playback
    Play alternative outgoing message
    Repeat
    Stop playback
    Play forwarding message
    Repeat
    Stop playback
    Play FAX/TEL switching message
    Repeat
    Stop playback
    Cancel TAM MODE
    Set TAM MODE
    Cancel ICM forwarding mode
    Set ICM forwarding mode**
    Delete voice memo/all ICM messages
    End remote control

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    Forwarding telephone messages
    This feature allows you to automatically forward telephone messages, recorded when the fax is
    set to TAM MODE, to a registered forwarding number.
    You can use remote control to access the forwarding number and listen to your telephone
    messages.

    n

    • You must register a forwarding number and set TAM MODE before you can use this feature.
    Remote control cannot be used to set this feature unless a forwarding number has been registered.
    • If you set FWD SETTINGS to ON when a forwarding message has not been recorded, you will
    hear a tone instead of a forwarding message when telephone messages are forwarded.

    Setting the forwarding number _______________
    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Start/Copy].
    USER SETTINGS

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select TAM SETTINGS.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    MESSAGE LENGTH

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select FWD SETTINGS.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    OFF

    4

    Use [3] or [4] to select ON.


    Press [Start/Copy] twice.
    TEL=

    5

    Use the numeric buttons to enter the forwarding number.
    A maximum of 40 digits can be entered.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    6

    Press [Stop].
    Setting ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

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    Setting the number of redial times ___________
    1

    Follow steps 1 to 5 on p. 6-12.
    FWD TEL NUMBER

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select AUTO REDIAL.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    OFF

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select ON.

    6



    2TIMES

    4

    Use the numeric buttons to enter the number of redial times.


    Press [Start/Copy] twice.
    2MIN.

    5

    Use the numeric buttons to enter the redial interval.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    6

    Press [Stop].
    Setting ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

    USING THE BUILT-IN ANSWERING MACHINE (TAM MODE)

    Press [Start/Copy] twice.

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    6
    Setting PIN ENTRY ___________________________
    1

    Follow steps 1 to 5 on p. 6-12.
    FWD TEL NUMBER

    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select PIN ENTRY.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    OFF

    3

    Use [3] or [4] to select ON.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    FWD TEL NUMBER

    4

    Press [Stop].
    Setting ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

    n

    6-14

    If PIN ENTRY is set to OFF, it is not necessary to enter your password when you use the
    FORWARDING MSG feature (see p. 6-12).



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    When a forwarded call is received
    When FWD SETTINGS is set to ON, telephone messages recorded when the fax is set to TAM
    MODE will be automatically forwarded to a registered forwarding number.
    1

    A call is received at the forwarding number.

    2

    When you answer the phone you will hear your forwarding message.

    3

    Press [#] while the forwarding message is playing.
    If you have not set a forwarding message, press [#] when you hear the tone.

    4

    Enter your password when you hear the beeps.
    • When PIN ENTRY is set to OFF (see p. 6-14), step 4 is not required.
    • If you enter an invalid password, you will hear an error tone. If you enter two invalid passwords
    consecutively, the call will be disconnected.

    Any new telephone messages will be played.

    6

    When playback ends, it will be possible to use the remote control features.
    For the remote control features, see pp. 6-9 to 6-11.

    7

    Hang up the handset when you have finished.

    n

    • When forwarding is not possible:
    You can set the fax to redial the forwarding number a certain number of times at specified
    intervals when forwarding is not possible, such as at times when the forwarding number is
    busy or the phone is unattended. If forwarding is still not possible after the fax redials the
    forwarding number the specified number of times, the forwarding setting will be temporarily
    canceled. However, the fax will dial the forwarding number again when any new telephone
    messages are received.
    • You should enter a remote command within 20 seconds of entering your password. If more
    than 20 seconds elapse after you enter your password and you do not enter a remote command,
    the call will be disconnected.

    6
    USING THE BUILT-IN ANSWERING MACHINE (TAM MODE)

    5

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  • Page 83

    7

    SETTINGS AND ACTIVITY REPORTS
    Selecting a menu

    The USER SETTINGS, REPORT SETTINGS, TX SETTINGS, RX SETTINGS, PRINTER
    SETTINGS, SYSTEM SETTINGS, and TAM SETTINGS menus allow you to customize the
    way your fax works. Each menu contains settings that control different functions of your fax.
    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Start/Copy].
    USER SETTINGS

    2

    Use [3] and [4] to scroll through the menus and select the menu you want.
    You can select the USER SETTINGS, REPORT SETTINGS, TX SETTINGS, RX SETTINGS,
    PRINTER SETTINGS, SYSTEM SETTINGS or TAM SETTINGS menu (see pp. 7-2 to 7-6).

    3

    Press [Start/Copy] to access the settings under the menu you selected.

    4

    See the tables on the following pages (see pp. 7-2 to 7-6) for guidelines on selecting and
    registering settings.

    DATE & TIME

    5

    Press [Stop].
    Setting ends and the fax returns to standby mode.

    n

    • If at any stage you want to return to standby mode, press [Stop].
    • If you pause for more than 60 seconds while accessing a menu, the fax will automatically
    return to standby mode.

    7
    SETTINGS AND ACTIVITY REPORTS

    • Use [3] and [4] to scroll through the settings.
    • To register a setting or access a sub-setting, press [Start/Copy].
    • To return to a previous level, press [Function].

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    USER SETTINGS
    Name
    DATE & TIME
    UNIT TELEPHONE #
    UNIT NAME
    TX TERMINAL ID

    Description

    TTI POSITION

    Select the position of the TTI.

    TELEPHONE # MARK

    Select the icon for the fax number.
    Set the density of the reproduction.

    SCAN CONTRAST
    OFFHOOK ALARM
    VOLUME CONTROL

    Settings

    Set the date and time (24-hour clock) using the numeric
    buttons.
    Enter your fax number using the numeric buttons.
    This is the name that appears at the top of each fax page
    you send (see p. 2-7).
    This option sets the parameters for the identification
    header that appears on every page you send.

    Enable/disable the off hook alarm. The alarm alerts you
    that the handset is not seated properly in its cradle.
    Set the volume of the fax sounds.

    LINE MONITOR VOL

    Set the volume of the line monitor (sound during dialing).

    CALLING VOLUME

    Set the volume of the ring produced when the fax detects a
    voice call during FAX/TEL switchover.

    ALARM VOLUME

    Set the volume of the error alarm sound.

    KEYPAD VOLUME

    Set the volume of the keypad.
    Set the ring tone.
    Set the dialing method the fax uses to match the type of
    phone line you have.
    Enable/disable automatic dialing for voice dialing.

    RX CALL LEVEL
    TEL LINE TYPE
    AUTO VOICE DIAL





    INSIDE IMAGE/
    OUTSIDE IMAGE
    FAX/TEL
    STANDARD/DARKER/
    LIGHTER
    ON/OFF

    0 (off)/1/2/3
    1/2/3
    0 (off)/1/2/3
    0 (off)/1/2/3
    STANDARD/HIGH
    TOUCH TONE/
    ROTARY PULSE
    ON/OFF

    (Default settings are shown in bold type.)

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    REPORT SETTINGS
    Name

    Description

    Settings

    Enable/disable automatic printing of the transmission
    report.
    OUTPUT NO: Turn off the transmission report feature.
    OUTPUT YES: Set the fax to print a transmission report
    every time you send a document.
    PRINT ERROR ONLY: Print only when an error occurs during
    sending.
    Enable/disable automatic printing of the reception report.
    OUTPUT NO: Turn off the reception report feature.
    OUTPUT YES: Set the fax to print a reception report every
    time you receive a document.
    PRINT ERROR ONLY: Print only when an error occurs during
    receiving.
    Enable/disable automatic printing of the activity report.

    OUTPUT NO/
    OUTPUT YES/
    PRINT ERROR ONLY

    AUTO PRINT

    When you set ON, your fax is set to print an activity report
    for every 20 transactions (sending and receiving).

    OUTPUT NO/
    OUTPUT YES

    TX/RX SEPARATE

    Divide the activity management report into sending and
    receiving transactions.

    TX REPORT

    RX REPORT

    ACTIVITY REPORT

    OUTPUT NO/
    OUTPUT YES/
    PRINT ERROR ONLY



    TX SETTINGS
    Name
    ECM TX
    MID PAUSE SET
    AUTO REDIAL

    Description

    Settings

    Enable/disable error correction during transmission.
    Set the length of the pause you insert into a dialing
    sequence.
    Determine whether the fax will redial a number if it fails to
    get a response on the first attempt.

    REDIAL TIMES

    Set the number of retries.

    REDIAL INTERVAL

    Set the period of time between redialing attempts.

    ON/OFF
    2 seconds (1 to 15)
    ON/OFF
    2 times (1 to 10)
    2 minutes (2 to 99)

    (Default settings are shown in bold type.)

    7
    SETTINGS AND ACTIVITY REPORTS

    ON/OFF

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    RX SETTINGS
    Name
    ECM RX
    FAX/TEL AUTO SW

    Description

    Settings

    Enable/disable error correction during reception.
    Enable/disable FAX/TEL switchover. This feature is used to
    answer calls, and if no fax tone is detected, the fax rings to
    alert you of an incoming call.

    ON/OFF


    RING START TIME

    Set the duration that the fax listens for a fax tone before
    starting to ring.

    8 seconds (0 to 30)

    F/T RING TIME

    Set the length of time the fax will ring to alert you of an
    incoming call.

    15 seconds (10 to 45)

    DEFAULT ACTION

    Select the action taken after the F/T RING TIME expires.
    When the handset or an extension phone is connected, you
    can set the fax to ring when it receives a call.

    INCOMING RING
    RING COUNT
    MAN/AUTO SWITCH

    RING TIME
    REMOTE RX
    REMOTE RX ID
    MEMORY RX
    DRPD:SELECT FAX

    CALLER ID

    Set the number of incoming rings before the fax answers.
    Determine if the fax switches to document receive mode
    after the fax rings for a specified time when the fax is in
    the manual receive mode.
    Set the amount of time the fax will ring before switching to
    document receive mode.
    Enables/disables remote receiving.
    If you set REMOTE RX to ON, you can select the remote
    receiving ID.
    Turn on/off memory receiving of a document.
    If you select DRPD as the receive mode, select the ring
    pattern for the fax.

    Determine if the fax displays the caller’s name and fax
    number when receiving a call.

    DISCONNECT/RECEIVE
    ON/OFF
    2 times (1 to 99)
    ON/OFF

    15 seconds (1 to 99)
    ON/OFF
    25 (00 to 99)
    ON/OFF
    NORMAL RING
    DOUBLE RING
    SHORT-SHORT-LONG
    SHORT-LONG-SHORT
    OTHER RING TYPE
    ON/OFF

    PRINTER SETTINGS
    Name
    RX REDUCTION

    Settings

    FIXED REDUCTION

    Select the reduction rate.

    REDUCE DIMENSION

    Select reduction in height only or both width and height.

    PAPER SIZE

    7-4

    Description
    Enable/disable reduction for received documents.

    ON/OFF
    STANDARD/
    A4➝LTR/
    LGL➝LTR

    Select the size of the loaded fax paper.

    VERTICAL ONLY/
    HORIZ & VERTICAL
    LTR/A4/LGL

    (Default settings are shown in bold type.)



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    SYSTEM SETTINGS
    Name

    Description

    Settings

    DATE SETUP

    Enable/disable auto test printing whenever the BJ cartridge
    is replaced.
    Set the date format.

    DISPLAY LANGUAGE

    Set the language of the LCD messages.

    TX START SPEED

    Set the speed at which the fax starts transmitting. Set this
    to a lower speed if you have difficulties connecting over
    long distance or noisy lines.
    Set the speed at which the fax starts receiving. Set this to
    a lower speed if you have difficulties connecting over long
    distance or noisy lines.
    Enable/disable the daylight saving time system.

    AUTO TEST PRINT

    RX START SPEED

    DAYLGHT SAV TIME

    ON/OFF
    MM/DD/YYYY
    DD/MM YYYY
    YYYY MM/DD
    ENGLISH/FRENCH/
    SPANISH/PORTUGUESE
    14400bps/9600bps/
    7200bps/4800bps
    9600bps/7200bps/
    4800bps
    ON/OFF

    Set the beginning of the daylight saving time period.



    END DATE/TIME

    Set the end of the daylight saving time period.



    MONTH: Set the beginning/end month.

    JANUARY/FEBRUARY/
    MARCH/APRIL/MAY/
    JUNE/JULY/AUGUST/
    SEPTEMBER/
    OCTOBER*/NOVEMBER/
    DECEMBER

    WEEK: Set the beginning/end week.

    FIRST WEEK/SECOND
    WEEK/THIRD WEEK/
    FOURTH WEEK/
    LAST WEEK*

    DAY: Set the beginning/end day of the week.

    TIME: Set the beginning/end time.

    MONDAY/TUESDAY/
    WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY/FRIDAY/SATURDAY/
    SUNDAY*


    * Default settings for END DATE/TIME.
    (Default settings are shown in bold type.)

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    SETTINGS AND ACTIVITY REPORTS

    BEGIN DATE/TIME

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    TAM SETTINGS
    Name
    MESSAGE LENGTH
    PASSWORD
    TOLL SAVER

    RING COUNT
    FWD SETTINGS

    Description

    Settings

    Set the maximum recording time for each recorded
    message.
    Set a four-digit PIN so that you can access the fax from
    remote locations.
    Setting this feature to ON allows calls to be picked up after
    2 rings when you have a new message.

    0 seconds/30 seconds/
    60 seconds/120 seconds
    1234 (0000 to 9999)

    If you set TOLL SAVER to OFF, this feature allows you to set
    the number of times the fax rings.
    Allows you to forward messages.

    2 times (1 to 15)

    FWD TEL NUMBER

    Forwarding telephone number
    A maximum of 40 digits can be entered.

    AUTO REDIAL

    Redial the previously dialed number.
    REDIAL TIMES: Set the number of retries.
    REDIAL INTERVAL: Set the period of time between redialing
    attempts.

    PIN ENTRY

    Pin confirmation
    Allows you to screen all incoming calls.

    TAM MONITOR

    ON/OFF

    ON/OFF

    ON/OFF
    2 times (1 to 10)
    2 minutes (2 to 99)
    ON/OFF
    ON/OFF

    (Default settings are shown in bold type.)

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    Activity reports
    Your fax keeps track of most of its sending and receiving operations. These operations can be
    printed out in the form of activity reports that can help you check the dates and times of fax
    transmissions and whether or not each transaction was successful.

    How to print a report _________________________
    Depending on the type of report, you can have the fax print the report automatically, or you can
    print it directly. The TX report, RX report, MULTI TX/RX report, and Memory clear report
    (see p. 9-19) can only be printed automatically. See REPORT SETTINGS (p. 7-3) on how and
    when reports are printed automatically.
    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Report].
    2

    Use [3] or [4] to display the type of report you want to print.


    Press [Start/Copy].

    7

    You can select ACTIVITY REPORT, 1-TOUCH LIST, CODED DIAL LIST, or USER DATA LIST.

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    Activity report ________________________________
    Summarizes the information for the sending and receiving activities of your fax after 20
    transactions. For automatic printing, see ACTIVITY REPORT, p. 7-3.
    Transactions in an activity report are listed chronologically.

    One-touch speed dialing list __________________
    Lists the numbers and names registered under one-touch speed dialing buttons.

    Coded speed dialing list ______________________
    Lists the numbers and names registered under coded speed dialing codes.

    User data list _________________________________
    Lists the current settings of the fax and the registered sender information.

    Doc. memory list _____________________________
    Lists the documents currently stored in the fax’s memory (see p. 4-14).

    TX (Transmission) report______________________
    Normally the fax does not print an activity report for transmitting, but you can set the fax to print
    an activity report every time you send a document. See TX REPORT, p. 7-3.
    You can set the fax to print an activity report only when an error occurs during transmitting. See
    TX REPORT, p. 7-3.

    RX (Reception) report _________________________
    Normally the fax does not print an activity report for receiving, but you can set the fax to print an
    activity report every time you receive a document. See RX REPORT, p. 7-3.
    You can set the fax to print an activity report only when an error occurs during receiving. See RX
    REPORT, p. 7-3.

    Multi TX/RX (Transaction) report _____________
    Lists the result of a sequential broadcasting.
    If you set the fax to print a TX REPORT and then use sequential broadcasting, a MULTI TX/RX
    REPORT will be printed instead of a TX (Transmission) REPORT. See TX REPORT, p. 7-3.

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    n

    A memory clear report is printed automatically when power is restored after a power failure. See
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    8

    MAKING COPIES
    Copying documents

    One of the convenient features of the fax is its ability to make high quality copies. You can make
    up to 99 copies of one document at a time.
    If you make copies of multiple documents at a time, the number of pages the fax can scan into
    memory varies depending on the scanning resolutions (see p. 4-1) as follows:
    • STANDARD/FINE
    = 25 pages*
    • PHOTO
    = 1 page

    n
    1

    • STANDARD and FINE result in the same resolution when making copies.
    • If MEMORY FULL appears on the LCD when making multiple copies, see Copying problems,
    p. 9-14.

    Load the document face up into the document tray.
    See Loading documents, p. 3-2.

    2

    Press [Resolution].
    You can select STANDARD, FINE or PHOTO.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    COPY PAGE

    01

    8
    Enter the number of copies (up to 99) using the numeric buttons.
    To make a correction to the number of copies, press [Clear] and re-enter the number.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    To stop copying anytime, press [Stop]. If the document does not eject, press [Start/Copy] for a few
    seconds, then the fax will feed out the document. See Jams in the document tray, p. 9-1.
    * Based on ITU-T No.1 Chart, Standard mode.

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    9

    SOLUTIONS TO COMMON PROBLEMS
    Clearing jams
    Jams in the document tray ___________________
    When a document jams or misfeeds in the document tray, open the printer cover and see FIG. 1
    inside the cover. If the fax does not feed out the document after you press [Start/Copy] for a few
    seconds, follow the procedures below to remove the document.

    n
    1

    You do not need to unplug the fax when clearing document jams.

    Open the printer cover by gently pulling it towards you.
    • If a multipage document is loaded, remove the non-jammed documents from the document tray.
    • Do not try to pull the jammed document out without opening the printer cover since you may tear
    or smudge the document.

    2

    Push the document release button on the left-side panel of the fax.

    9
    Remove the document.
    • Pull it gently in either direction.

    4

    When you are finished, close the printer cover.
    Be sure to close the printer cover until it locks into place, or the fax will not function properly.

    5

    Press [Stop].
    The fax returns to standby mode.

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    Jams in the multi-purpose tray _______________
    If paper jams in the multi-purpose tray, CLEAR PAPER JAM is displayed on the LCD.
    If necessary, remove the document tray when clearing paper jams.

    n

    You do not need to unplug the fax when clearing paper jams.

    1

    Remove the paper stack from the multi-purpose tray.

    2

    Gently pull any jammed paper out of the fax as shown.
    Pull it gently in either direction.

    3

    Reload the paper stack in the multi-purpose tray (see p. 1-8).

    Make sure the stack does not exceed the paper limit mark (P).

    4

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    Periodic cleaning
    Your fax requires little periodic maintenance. This section describes the necessary cleaning
    procedures for the fax. Please note the following before cleaning:
    • Be sure to disconnect the power cord before cleaning the fax. Since documents in memory are
    erased when the power is disconnected, print any documents stored in memory before
    disconnecting the power cord (see p. 4-14).
    • Do not use tissue paper, paper towels, or similar materials for cleaning; they can stick to the
    components or generate static charges.

    c

    Never use volatile liquids such as thinners, benzene, acetone, or any other chemical cleaner to
    clean the interior of the fax.

    Cleaning the exterior of the fax ______________
    1

    Disconnect the power cord from the fax.

    2

    Wipe the exterior of the fax with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth moistened with water or
    diluted dishwashing detergent solution.

    3

    When you are finished, reconnect the power cord.

    Cleaning the interior of the fax _______________
    ■ Cleaning inside the printer cover
    To prevent ink spots and paper dust from accumulating inside the fax and affecting print quality,
    clean the print area of the fax periodically.
    Disconnect the power cord from the fax.

    2

    Open the printer cover.

    c
    3

    Do not touch the components or any metal parts.

    Use a clean, soft, dry, lint-free cloth to remove any ink or paper debris from the interior of
    the fax (shaded area), especially around the four pinch rollers.
    Dirt and dust particles that collect on the underside of the printer cover affect the quality of the
    documents you copy or send.

    Pinch rollers
    Be careful not to touch the BJ cartridge or its holder.

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    4

    When you are finished, close the printer cover.
    Be sure to close the printer cover until it locks into place.

    5

    Reconnect the power cord.

    ■ Cleaning the scanner components

    n
    c

    • If the scanner components are dirty, the documents you send or copy will also be dirty.
    • Use a soft, lint-free cloth.
    Do not use tissue paper, paper towels, or similar materials for cleaning.

    1

    Disconnect the power cord from the fax.

    2

    Open the printer cover.

    3

    While holding the scanning unit, flip down the scanning unit cover, marked with a white
    strip inside, clean the components:
    Wipe with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth moistened with water, then wipe with a clean, soft, dry, lintfree cloth.

    Scanning unit cover
    Scanning unit

    4

    When you are finished, close the printer cover.
    Be sure to close the printer cover until it locks into place.

    5

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    Testing and cleaning the BJ cartridge print
    head __________________________________________
    The print head in the BJ cartridge contains nozzles through which ink is propelled onto the paper.
    To maintain the best possible print quality, these nozzles need to be cleaned from time to time.
    Your fax is equipped with a print head cleaning function that does this.

    ■ Printing the nozzle check pattern
    Before cleaning the print head, you may want to print the nozzle check pattern to test the print
    head of the BJ cartridge installed in the fax. This test shows if each print head nozzle is operating
    properly.
    1

    Press [Function].


    Press [Cleaning].
    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select NOZZLE CHECK.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    The fax prints the nozzle check pattern.

    9

    n

    Print the nozzle check pattern again after cleaning the BJ cartridge print head to check if cleaning
    corrected the problem.

    SOLUTIONS TO COMMON PROBLEMS

    Nozzle check pattern
    If the pattern is broken
    or missing, clean the
    BJ cartridge print
    head (see p. 9-6).

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    ■ Cleaning the BJ cartridge print head
    If your printouts become faint or streaked, or if their quality otherwise deteriorates, print the
    nozzle check pattern to see if the print head nozzles are operating properly (see p. 9-5). If the
    pattern is broken or missing, clean the BJ cartridge print head.

    n
    1

    • To maintain the best possible print quality, clean the BJ cartridge print head from time to time.
    • Cleaning the print head consumes a small amount of ink. Cleaning too often reduces the amount
    of ink in the BJ cartridge.

    Press [Function].


    Press [Cleaning].
    2

    Use [3] or [4] to select HEAD CLEANING.


    Press [Start/Copy].
    The fax cleans the print head.

    n

    • You can clean the print head up to five consecutive times if necessary.
    • After cleaning, print the nozzle check pattern to check if cleaning corrected the problem (see
    p. 9-5).
    • If cleaning does not improve print quality, replace the BJ cartridge (see below).

    Replacing the BJ cartridge____________________

    n

    • Do not replace the BJ cartridge while the fax is printing or performing another operation.
    • If you need to unplug the fax, wait until it returns to standby mode (date and receive mode
    displayed on the LCD). Otherwise the cartridge holder may not be in its home position, causing
    the BJ cartridge to remain uncapped and dry out.

    1

    Make sure the fax is plugged in.

    2

    Open the printer cover.

    c
    3

    • Do not try to manually move or stop the cartridge holder.
    • Do not touch the components shown or any metal parts.

    Raise the cartridge lock lever q on the cartridge holder and remove the BJ cartridge w.

    1

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    • Discard the old BJ cartridge immediately according to the local laws and regulations for disposal
    of consumables. You may want to place it in a plastic bag to keep any residual ink from spilling.
    • Spilled ink can stain any surface; protect yourself and your work area.

    4

    Remove the new BJ cartridge from its package, then remove the orange protective cap q
    and tape w.

    1

    2

    • Discard the cap and tape. Never attempt to reattach them to the BJ cartridge print head.
    • Install the BJ cartridge immediately after removing the cap and tape.
    • Spilled ink can stain any surface; protect yourself and your work area.

    5

    Align the slot in the cartridge with the yellow post in the fax, and with the label facing
    outwards, insert the BJ cartridge into the cartridge holder q. Lower the cartridge lock
    lever w until you hear a click to lock the cartridge in place.

    9

    1

    The yellow post (BJ cartridge guide) should be visible through the slot. The BJ cartridge tilts slightly
    to the left before lowering the cartridge lock lever.

    6

    Close the printer cover.
    If the AUTO TEST PRINT setting is set to ON:
    The fax automatically prints a test page.
    The fax prints a test page every time you insert a BJ cartridge.
    • Load the paper in the multi-purpose tray before you replace the BJ cartridge.
    • You can turn off automatic test printing by changing the AUTO TEST PRINT setting. See
    SYSTEM SETTINGS, p. 7-5.

    SOLUTIONS TO COMMON PROBLEMS

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    Troubleshooting
    Paper feeding problems ______________________
    ❏ Paper does not load.
    The multi-purpose tray may contain too many sheets.
    • Make sure the paper stack in the multi-purpose tray does not exceed the paper limit mark (P)
    (see p. 1-7).
    Paper may not be loaded correctly.
    • Make sure the paper stack is loaded properly in the multi-purpose tray, and that the paper
    guide is adjusted correctly (see p. 1-8).

    ❏ Paper is loaded skewed. (Printing is skewed.)
    Paper may not be loaded correctly.
    • Make sure the paper stack is loaded properly in the multi-purpose tray, and that the paper
    guide is adjusted correctly (see p. 1-8).
    • Make sure the right edge of the paper stack is aligned with the right side of the multi-purpose
    tray and the paper guide is aligned with the left edge of the stack (see p. 1-8).
    • Make sure the paper exit path is clear.

    ❏ Multiple sheets load into the fax at the same time.
    Paper may not be loaded correctly.
    • Make sure the paper stack is loaded properly in the multi-purpose tray, and that the paper
    guide is adjusted correctly (see p. 1-8).
    Sheets of paper may be sticking together.
    • Be sure to fan the paper stack before loading it in the multi-purpose tray. This keeps the
    sheets of paper from sticking together (see p. 1-8).
    The multi-purpose tray may contain too many sheets.
    • Make sure the paper stack in the multi-purpose tray does not exceed the paper limit mark (P)
    (see p. 1-7).
    • Do not exceed the maximum loading capacity of the multi-purpose tray (see p. 1-7).
    • Do not force the paper stack into the multi-purpose tray.
    Different types of paper may be loaded in the multi-purpose tray.
    • Load only one type of paper.
    • Make sure you load paper that meets the paper requirements for the fax (see Chapter 3).

    ❏ Repeated paper jams occur.

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    The paper you are using may be causing the jams.
    • Be sure to fan the paper stack before loading it in the multi-purpose tray. This keeps the
    sheets of paper from sticking together (see p. 1-8).
    • Check that the paper you are using and your printing environment (see pp. 1-7, S-1) are
    within the specifications of the fax (see Chapter 3).
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    Faxing problems ______________________________
    Sending problems
    ❏ You cannot send a document.
    The BJ cartridge may not be installed properly.
    • Make sure the BJ cartridge is installed properly. Do not remove a used BJ cartridge except to
    replace it with a new one.
    The fax may have overheated.
    • Unplug the fax and let it cool for several minutes. Then plug it back in and try sending again.
    The fax may not be set for the type of telephone line in use (pulse/tone).
    • Make sure the fax is set for the correct telephone line type (see p. 2-6).
    The document may not have been loaded correctly into the document tray.
    • Remove the document, stack it if necessary, and load it into the document tray correctly
    (see p. 3-2).
    • Make sure the printer cover is closed.
    The one-touch speed dialing button or coded speed dialing code you entered may not be
    registered for the feature you want to use.
    • Check the one-touch speed dialing button or coded speed dialing code and make sure it is
    registered correctly (see Chapter 2).
    You may have dialed or have been provided with an incorrect number.
    • Dial the number again, or check that you have the correct number.

    There may be other documents being sent from memory.
    • Allow time for those documents to finish sending.
    An error may have occurred during sending.
    • Print an activity report and check for an error (see p. 7-7).
    The telephone line may not be working properly.
    • Make sure there is a dial tone when you press [Hook] or when you lift the handset. If there is
    no dial tone, contact your local telephone company.
    The receiving fax machine may not be a G3 fax machine.
    • Make sure the receiving fax machine is compatible with the fax (which is a G3 fax machine).

    ❏ Documents sent from the fax are spotted or dirty.
    The receiving fax machine may not be working properly.
    • Check the fax by making a copy (see p. 8-1). If the copy is clear, the problem may be in the
    receiving fax machine. If the copy is spotted or dirty, clean the scanner components
    (see p. 9-4).

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    SOLUTIONS TO COMMON PROBLEMS

    The receiving party’s fax machine may be out of paper.
    • Call the receiving party and ask them to make sure paper is loaded in their fax machine.

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    The document may not have been loaded correctly into the document tray.
    • Remove the document, stack it if necessary, and load it into the document tray correctly
    (see p. 3-2).

    ❏ Cannot send using Error Correction Mode (ECM).
    The receiving party’s fax machine may not support ECM.
    • If the receiving party’s fax machine does not support ECM, then the document is sent in
    normal mode without error checking.
    ECM may be disabled.
    • Make sure ECM is on (see ECM TX, p. 7-3).

    ❏ Errors occur frequently while sending.
    The telephone lines may be in poor condition, or you may have a bad connection.
    • Lower the transmission speed (see TX START SPEED, p. 7-5).

    Receiving problems
    ❏ Cannot receive a document automatically.
    The fax may not be set to receive automatically.
    • For the fax to receive faxes automatically, the receive mode must be set to FAX ONLY
    MODE, FAX/TEL AUTO SW (Fax/Tel mode), or DRPD (see Chapter 5).
    The fax may have a document stored in memory.
    • Print out any documents stored in memory (see p. 4-14).
    An error may have occurred during reception.
    • Check the LCD for an error message (see p. 9-15).
    • Print an activity report and check for an error (see p. 7-7).
    The multi-purpose tray may be empty.
    • Make sure paper is loaded in the multi-purpose tray (see p. 1-8).
    The telephone line may not be connected properly.
    • Make sure all line connections are secure (see p. 1-4).

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    ❏ The fax does not switch automatically between telephone and fax
    reception.
    The fax may not be set to switch automatically between telephone and fax reception.
    • For the fax to switch automatically, the receive mode must be set to FAX/TEL AUTO SW
    (Fax/Tel mode) (see Chapter 5).
    An error may have occurred during reception.
    • Check the LCD for an error message (see p. 9-15).
    • Print an activity report and check for an error (see p. 7-7).
    The multi-purpose tray may be empty.
    • Make sure paper is loaded in the multi-purpose tray (see p. 1-8).
    The sending fax machine may not send the CNG signal that tells the fax that the
    incoming signal is a fax.
    • Some fax machines cannot send the CNG signal that tells your fax the incoming call is from
    a fax machine. In such cases, you will have to receive the document manually (see p. 5-4).

    ❏ Cannot receive a document manually.
    You may have disconnected the call by pressing [Start/Copy] or dialing the remote
    receiving ID after hanging up the handset of the extension phone.
    • Always press [Start/Copy] or dial the remote receiving ID before hanging up the handset,
    otherwise you will disconnect the call.
    The remote receiving ID may be incorrect.
    • Make sure you dialed the correct remote receiving ID.

    You may not be using the correct type of paper.
    • Make sure you load paper that meets the paper requirements for the fax (see Chapter 3).
    The BJ cartridge print head may need cleaning.
    • Clean the BJ cartridge print head if necessary (see p. 9-6).
    The sending fax machine may not be functioning properly.
    • The sending fax machine usually determines the quality of the document. Call the sender and
    have them make sure the top cover and scanning glass of their fax machine are clean.
    Error Correction Mode (ECM) may be disabled.
    • Make sure ECM is on (see ECM RX, p. 7-4).

    SOLUTIONS TO COMMON PROBLEMS

    ❏ Print quality is poor.

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    ❏ Fax does not print.
    The BJ cartridge may not be installed properly.
    • Make sure the BJ cartridge is installed properly (see p. 1-9).
    • Be sure to remove the orange protective tape from the BJ cartridge before you install it
    (see p. 1-10).
    The BJ cartridge print head may need cleaning.
    • Clean the BJ cartridge print head if necessary (see p. 9-6).
    The BJ cartridge may need to be replaced.
    • Determine if the problem is with the BJ cartridge and replace it if necessary (see p. 9-6).

    ❏ Fax images print blotched or uneven.
    The telephone lines may be in poor condition, or you may have a bad connection.
    • Error Correction Mode (ECM) sending/receiving should eliminate such problems. However,
    if the telephone lines are in poor condition, you may have to try again.
    • Lower the reception speed (see RX START SPEED, p. 7-5).
    The sending fax machine may not be functioning properly.
    • The sending fax machine usually determines the quality of the document. Call the sender and
    have them make sure the top cover and scanning glass of their fax machine are clean.

    ❏ Cannot receive using Error Correction Mode (ECM).
    The sending fax machine may not support ECM.
    • If the sending fax machine does not support ECM, then the document is received in normal
    mode without error checking.
    ECM may be disabled.
    • Make sure ECM is on (see ECM RX, p. 7-4).

    ❏ Errors occur frequently while receiving.
    The telephone lines may be in poor condition, or you may have a bad connection.
    • Lower the reception speed (see RX START SPEED, p. 7-5).
    The sending fax machine may not be functioning properly.
    • Call the sender and have them check that their fax machine is functioning properly.

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    Print quality problems ________________________
    ❏ The print quality is not what you expect; print is not clear, is splashed,
    has missing dots or white streaks.
    The paper you are using may not be supported by the fax.
    • Make sure you are using the recommended paper (see p. 3-3).
    You may be printing on the wrong side of the paper.
    • Some papers have a “right” side for printing. If the print quality is not as clear as you would
    like it to be, try turning the paper over and printing on the other side.
    The nozzles on the BJ cartridge print head may be clogged.
    • Clean the BJ cartridge print head if necessary (see p. 9-6).
    The BJ cartridge may not be installed properly.
    • Make sure the BJ cartridge is installed properly (see p. 1-9).
    The BJ cartridge print head may be damaged.
    • Determine if the problem is with the BJ cartridge print head (see p. 9-5) and replace the BJ
    cartridge if necessary (see p. 9-6).

    ❏ The printout contains blurred or smudged ink.
    The paper you are using may not be supported by the fax.
    • Make sure you are using the recommended paper (see p. 3-3).
    You may be printing on the wrong side of the paper.
    • Some papers have a “right” side for printing. If the print quality is not as clear as you would
    like it to be, try turning the paper over and printing on the other side.

    ❏ You cannot dial.
    The telephone line may not be connected properly.
    • Make sure all line connections are secure (see p. 1-4).
    The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
    • Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the fax and into the wall outlet (see p. 1-6).
    If the fax is plugged into a power strip, make sure the power strip is plugged in and turned on.
    The fax may not be set for the type of telephone line in use (pulse/tone).
    • Make sure the fax is set for the correct telephone line type (see p. 2-6).

    ❏ The handset, telephone, or extension phone disconnects while you are
    talking.
    The phone line cord may not be plugged in securely.
    • Check that the phone line cord is plugged securely into the fax and into the wall outlet.

    ❏ There is interference on the line.
    A mobile phone or cordless phone may be in use near the fax.
    • Make sure that mobile phones and cordless phones are not used near the fax.

    SOLUTIONS TO COMMON PROBLEMS

    Telephone problems __________________________

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    Copying problems ____________________________
    ❏ The fax does not make a copy.
    The BJ cartridge may need to be replaced.
    • Determine if the problem is with the BJ cartridge and replace if necessary (see p. 9-6).
    The document may not have been loaded correctly into the document tray.
    • Remove the document, stack it if necessary, and load it face up into the document tray
    correctly
    (see p. 3-2).
    • Make sure the printer cover is closed.
    The BJ cartridge may not be installed properly.
    • Make sure the BJ cartridge is installed properly (see p. 1-9).
    The fax may not be operating properly.
    • Print the nozzle check pattern (see p. 9-5).

    ❏ MEMORY FULL appears on the LCD when making multiple copies.
    The fax’s memory is full.
    • Print or delete any documents stored in memory (see pp. 4-14, 4-15) to free up space in the
    fax’s memory, then start again.
    • Change the scanning resolution and try copying again.
    The document you are copying may have too many graphics.
    • If multiple pages are being copied, separate the pages into smaller stacks. If not, make the
    desired number of copies one at a time as needed.

    n

    For additional troubleshooting, see Print quality problems, p. 9-13.

    General problems _____________________________
    ❏ The fax has no power.
    The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
    • Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the fax and into the wall outlet (see p. 1-6).
    If the fax is plugged into a power strip, make sure the power strip is plugged in and turned on.
    The power cord may not be supplying power.
    • Check the power cord by substituting with another.

    ❏ The fax will not print reports.
    The BJ cartridge may need to be replaced.
    • Determine if the problem is with the BJ cartridge and replace it if necessary (see p. 9-6).

    ❏ Nothing appears on the LCD.
    The power cord may not be plugged in securely.
    • Check that the power cord is plugged securely into the fax and into the wall outlet (see p. 1-6).
    If the fax is plugged into a power strip, make sure the power strip is plugged in and turned
    on. If the LCD remains blank, unplug the fax, wait five seconds, then plug it in again.

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    LCD messages
    The following messages are displayed on the LCD when the fax is performing a function or
    encounters an error. The error code appears in the activity report (see p. 7-7).

    Message

    Cause

    Action

    The fax is waiting to redial
    the receiving number
    because the line was busy or
    the receiving party did not
    answer when you tried to
    send the document.

    Wait for the fax to
    automatically redial the
    number. If you want to cancel
    automatic redialing, press
    [Stop] (see p. 4-9).

    BUSY/NO SIGNAL

    The telephone number you
    dialed is busy.

    Try sending the document at a
    later time.

    The fax number dialed was
    incorrect.

    Check the fax number and dial
    again.

    The other party’s fax machine
    is not working.

    Contact the other party and
    have them check their fax
    machine.

    The other party is not using a
    G3 machine.

    Contact the other party and
    ask them to send or receive
    the document using a G3
    machine.

    The touch tone/rotary pulse
    setting on your fax is
    incorrect.

    Set your fax to the setting that
    matches your telephone line
    (see p. 2-6).

    The receiving fax machine did
    not answer within 55 seconds
    (after all automatic redialing
    attempts).

    Contact the receiving party and
    have them check their fax
    machine. You can try to send
    the document using manual
    sending (see p. 4-4). For longdistance call, add pauses to the
    registered number (see p. 4-8).

    The cartridge holder cannot
    move. This is normally due to
    a paper jam.

    Clear the paper jam or
    whatever is obstructing the
    cartridge holder and then
    press [Stop] and start again.
    Do not attempt to move the
    cartridge holder manually.

    The scanner unit may not be
    in the fully upright position.

    Press the document release
    button, then gently move the
    scanner unit to the fully
    upright position.

    CARTRIDGE JAMMED

    9
    SOLUTIONS TO COMMON PROBLEMS

    AUTO REDIAL

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    Message

    Cause

    Action

    CHANGE CARTRIDGE

    The BJ cartridge is empty.

    Replace the BJ cartridge (see
    p. 9-6). The fax will then print
    automatically any documents
    received in memory.

    CHECK DOCUMENT

    The document is not set in
    the document tray, or has
    jammed.

    Set the document you are
    trying to send or copy (see
    p. 3-2), or check for a
    document jam and clear the
    jam if necessary (see p. 9-1),
    and start again.

    CHECK PAPER SIZE

    The size of the paper in the
    multi-purpose tray and that
    specified in the PAPER SIZE
    setting are different.

    Load the correct paper size or
    change the PAPER SIZE setting
    (see p. 7-4).

    CHECK PRINTER

    There may be an obstruction
    that is not allowing the
    cartridge holder mechanism
    to move.

    Check for any obstruction
    (paper clip, small object, etc.)
    and also that the orange
    protective cap and tape are
    removed from the BJ
    cartridge. Check also for a
    paper jam and clear the jam if
    necessary (see p. 9-1). Then
    press [Stop] and start again.

    The BJ cartridge may be
    defective.

    Press [Stop]. Reinstall the BJ
    cartridge (see p. 1-9) and start
    again.
    In either case, if the error does
    not clear, try unplugging the
    fax. Wait several minutes, then
    plug it back in. Also, try
    replacing the BJ cartridge with
    a new one (see p. 9-6).

    The waste ink tank (which
    holds the ink used for print
    head cleaning) may be full.

    Contact the Canon Customer
    Care Center (see p. ii) to have
    the waste ink tank replaced
    immediately.

    During printing, the BJ
    Allow the fax to cool down.
    cartridge print head may have The fax will resume printing
    become too hot.
    when it has cooled down.

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    Message

    Cause

    Action

    CLEAR PAPER JAM

    There is a paper jam.

    Clear the paper jam (see p. 9-1)
    and reload paper in the multipurpose tray. Press [Stop].

    DATA ERROR

    An error has occurred and all
    one-touch speed dialing,
    coded speed dialing, and user
    data have been lost.

    Press [Start/Copy], then reregister the data (see Chapter 2).

    DOC. TOO LONG

    The document is longer than
    29.5 in. (750 mm).

    Use a copier to make a
    reduced copy of the document
    and then send the copy.

    ECM RX

    The fax is receiving a
    document using Error
    Correction Mode (ECM).

    ECM receptions may take
    longer than normal receptions.
    Turn off ECM if you need to
    receive quickly, or if you know
    your local lines are in good
    condition (see ECM RX, p. 7-4).

    ECM TX

    The fax is sending a
    document using Error
    Correction Mode (ECM).

    ECM transmissions may take
    longer than normal
    transmissions. Turn off ECM if
    you need to transmit quickly,
    or if you know your local lines
    are in good condition (see
    ECM TX, p. 7-3).

    MSG DATA LOST

    The fax’s memory is full
    because it has received too
    many documents, or a very
    long or detailed document.

    Print any documents stored in
    memory (see p. 4-14).
    Then start again.

    The fax’s memory is full
    because you either tried to
    send too many pages at once,
    or you tried to send a very
    long or detailed document,
    using memory sending.

    Free up space in the fax’s
    memory by printing or
    deleting any documents in
    memory you no longer need
    (see pp. 4-14, 4-15).
    If multiple pages are loaded,
    separate the pages into smaller
    stacks. If not, try sending the
    document by direct sending
    (see p. 4-2).

    An error has occurred and all
    voice message data has been
    lost.

    Re-record all answering
    machine messages, such as the
    outgoing message and
    alternative outgoing message
    (see p. 6-1).

    SOLUTIONS TO COMMON PROBLEMS

    MEMORY FULL

    9

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    Message

    9-18

    Cause

    Action

    NO DATA

    The one-touch speed dialing
    button or coded speed dialing
    code you entered has not
    been registered.

    Register the one-touch speed
    dialing button or coded speed
    dialing code (see pp. 2-11,
    2-13).

    NO OGM

    The outgoing message has
    not been recorded.

    Record an outgoing message
    (see p. 6-1).

    REC’D IN MEMORY

    The fax received the
    document in memory
    because paper or ink ran out,
    a paper jam occurred, or the
    incorrect BJ cartridge was
    installed.

    Load paper in the multipurpose tray (see p. 1-8),
    replace the BJ cartridge (see
    p. 9-6) or clear the paper jam
    (see p. 9-1).

    TAM MEMORY FULL

    Either 50 messages have
    been recorded or the total
    maximum recording time of
    10 minutes has been reached.

    Listen to your telephone
    messages and delete any
    unnecessary messages.
    Alternatively, erase all
    telephone messages stored in
    the fax memory (see p. 6-7).

    TX/RX CANCELLED

    You pressed [Stop] to cancel
    the transmission.

    If required, try sending again.

    TX/RX NO. nnnn

    When the fax sends or
    receives a document, it
    assigns it a unique
    identification number (nnnn).

    Write the number down if you
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    In case of a power failure
    The user data settings and registered data for one-touch speed dialing and coded speed dialing are
    saved during a power failure using a built-in battery*. However, documents stored in the fax
    memory will be deleted. If a power failure occurs or the power is turned off, the fax will
    automatically print a memory clear report as soon as the power is turned on or the power is
    restored. This report includes a list of the documents that were stored in the memory at the time
    of power failure.

    During a power failure ________________________
    The following restrictions apply to the function of the fax during a power failure or while the
    power is turned off:
    • You cannot use the fax to make telephone calls. If your fax is connected to a telephone, you
    may be able to make telephone calls.
    • You cannot send, receive, or copy documents.
    • You can receive voice calls only if the handset, a telephone, or an extension phone is connected
    to your fax.

    Memory clear report __________________________
    If you experience a power failure, the documents in the fax memory will be lost.
    As soon as power is restored to the fax, it will automatically print out a list of documents that
    were stored in the memory at the time of the power failure.

    * TAM Messages are also saved if the power fails.

    9
    SOLUTIONS TO COMMON PROBLEMS

    n

    If the cartridge is empty or there is no paper in the multi-purpose tray when power is restored, the
    memory clear report will not be printed even after the cartridge is replaced or paper is loaded.

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    Specifications
    Scanning sheet size:

    Effective scanning size:
    Effective printing size:
    Transmission time:
    Scanning line density:

    Recording method:
    Paper tray capacity:
    Paper type:

    Image memory:
    Auto dial functions:
    Ink cartridge:
    Power source:
    Power consumption:
    Operating environment:
    Dimensions:
    Weight:

    Width:

    Max. 8.5 in. (216 mm)
    Min. 8.3 in. (210 mm)
    Thickness: Max. 0.005 in. (0.13 mm)
    Min. 0.002 in. (0.06 mm)
    Width: (LTR/LGL): 8.3 in. (212 mm)
    Width: 8.0 in. (203 mm)
    G3 ECM MMR: Approx. 6 seconds*
    Horizontal:
    203 dots/in. (8.00 dots/mm)
    Vertical Standard: 98 lines/in. (3.85 lines/mm)
    Vertical Fine:
    196 lines/in. (7.70 lines/mm)
    Bubble Jet printing
    Maximum: 50 sheets (20 lb./75 g/m2)
    Plain cut sheet paper (Letter/A4/Legal)
    Paper weight: 17 lb. to 24 lb. (64 g/m2 to 90 g/m2)
    Paper thickness: 0.003 in. to 0.005 in. (0.08 mm to 0.13
    mm)
    Up to 50 letter-size pages* (standard resolution)
    One-touch speed dialing (Registration for 9 numbers)
    Coded speed dialing (Registration for 50 numbers)
    Canon BX-3 Black BJ cartridge
    120 V/60 Hz
    Standby: Approx. 4.4 W
    Operation: Approx. 9.9 W, maximum 32 W
    Temperature: 50° to 90.5°F (10°C to 32.5°C)
    Humidity:
    20% to 85% RH
    16.1 in. (410 mm) (W) × 12.1 in. (307 mm) (D) × 12.1 in.
    (308 mm) (H) (including trays)
    Approx. 10.3 lb. (4.7 kg) (with handset)

    Specifications are subject to change without notice.
    * Based on ITU-T No.1 Chart, Standard mode.

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  • Page 115

    Index
    t (extension phone) jack 1-5
    h (handset) jack 1-4
    L (telephone line) jack 1-4

    A
    AC power cord, connecting
    1-6
    ACTIVITY REPORT
    description 7-8
    printing 7-7
    setting 7-3
    ALARM VOLUME setting
    7-2
    ALT OUTGOING MSG
    (Alternative outgoing
    message)
    description 6-1
    Attaching components 1-3
    AUTO PRINT setting 7-3
    AUTO REDIAL
    for FWD SETTINGS 7-6
    message 9-15
    setting 4-9, 7-3
    Automatic
    dialing 4-5
    Automatic redialing
    canceling 4-9
    description 4-9
    setting options for 4-10
    AUTO TEST PRINT 7-5

    B
    BJ cartridge
    BX-3 Black 1-1, 1-9
    cleaning 9-5
    guidelines 1-9
    installing 1-9, 1-10
    print head (See Print head)
    replacing 9-6
    Broadcasting, sequential 4-13
    BUSY/NO SIGNAL message
    9-15

    Buttons 2-2, 2-3 (See also
    individual button names)
    cursor 2-3, 2-5
    numeric 2-2, 2-4
    one-touch speed dialing 2-2
    Rewind/Forward 2-2, 6-8
    scroll 2-3, 7-1
    special function 2-2
    BX-3 Black BJ cartridge 1-1,
    1-9

    C
    Caller history 4-8
    CALLING VOLUME setting
    7-2
    Canceling
    automatic redialing 4-9
    delayed sending 4-11
    manual redialing 4-9
    receiving 5-7
    sending 4-5
    Cartridge (See BJ cartridge)
    Cartridge holder 2-1
    CARTRIDGE JAMMED
    message 9-15
    CHANGE CARTRIDGE
    message 9-16
    CHECK DOCUMENT
    message 9-16
    CHECK PAPER SIZE
    message 9-16
    CHECK PRINTER message
    9-16
    Cleaning
    BJ cartridge print head 9-5
    button 2-2, 9-5, 9-6
    exterior of fax 9-3
    interior of fax 9-3, 9-4
    periodic 9-3
    print head 9-6
    scanner components 9-4
    Clear button 2-2, 2-5
    CLEAR PAPER JAM message
    9-17

    Coded dial/Directory button
    2-3, 4-5, 4-6
    Coded speed dialing
    description 2-13
    list (See Coded speed dialing
    list)
    registering numbers and
    names for 2-13
    sending a document using
    4-5
    Coded speed dialing list
    description 7-8
    printing 7-7
    Components
    attaching 1-3
    main 2-1
    Connecting
    AC power cord 1-6
    extension phone 1-6
    external devices 1-4
    handset 1-4
    telephone 1-5
    telephone line 1-4
    Connector, power cord 1-6
    Contrast, setting scanning
    4-1
    Copying
    documents 8-1
    problems 9-14
    setting scanning contrast 4-1
    Cord, power 1-6
    Correcting mistakes 2-5
    Cursor buttons 2-3, 2-5
    Customer support v

    D
    DATE & TIME setting 2-7,
    7-2
    Date, setting 2-7
    DATE SETUP setting 7-5
    Delayed Sending 4-11
    canceling 4-12
    sending other documents
    while fax is set for 4-12

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    Index
    Delete button 2-3, 6-7
    Deleting
    document from memory
    4-15
    message 6-7
    Dialing
    automatic 4-5
    directory 4-6
    long-distance 4-8
    methods 4-2
    regular 4-2
    special 4-8
    using caller history 4-8
    Directory dialing, sending a
    document using 4-6
    DOC. MEMORY LIST
    description 7-8
    printing 7-7
    DOC. TOO LONG message
    9-17
    Documentation 1-1
    Documents
    Copying 8-1
    deleting from memory 4-15
    different ways to receive 5-1
    guides 2-1
    loading 3-2
    polling to receive 5-6
    printing document in memory
    4-14
    printing list of documents in
    memory 4-14
    problem 3-1
    problems with multipage 3-2
    receiving in memory when a
    problem occurs 5-6
    receiving manually 5-4
    receiving while performing
    other tasks 5-6
    requirements for scanning
    3-1
    scanned area 3-1
    sending 4-2
    sending to more than one
    location 4-13

    I-2

    size 3-1
    tray 1-1, 2-1
    type 3-1
    DRPD
    description 5-1
    setting 5-5

    E
    ECM RX
    message 9-17
    setting 7-4
    ECM TX
    message 9-17
    setting 7-3
    Extension phone 1-4
    connecting 1-5
    External devices, connecting
    1-4

    F
    Fax
    assembling 1-3
    cleaning 9-3
    main components 2-1
    main unit 1-1
    making connections 1-4
    name, registering 2-8
    number, registering 2-8
    operation panel 2-2
    testing 1-11
    unpacking 1-1
    weight S-1
    FAX ONLY MODE
    description 5-1
    FAX/TEL AUTO SW (Fax/Tel
    mode)
    description 5-1
    setting 5-2
    Fax/Tel mode
    description 5-1
    setting 5-2
    Fax/Telephone number,
    registering 2-8

    Faxing problems 9-9
    FAXTEL MESSAGE
    deleting 6-7
    description 6-1
    Forwarded call, when a call is
    received 6-15
    FORWARDING MSG
    deleting 6-7
    description 6-1
    Forwarding number, setting
    6-12
    Forwarding telephone
    messages 6-12
    Function button 2-2
    FWD SETTINGS 7-6
    FWD TEL NUMBER setting
    7-6

    G
    General problems 9-14
    Guide
    document 2-1

    H
    Handling and maintenance,
    safety instructions vi
    Handset 1-1, 2-1
    connecting 1-4
    Hook button 2-3, 4-4

    I
    INCOMING RING setting
    7-4
    Ink Saver button 2-2, 5-6
    Installing, BJ cartridge 1-9

    J
    Jack
    t (extension phone) 1-5
    h (handset) 1-4
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    Index
    Jams
    clearing 9-1
    in document tray 9-1
    in multi-purpose tray 9-2

    K
    KEYPAD VOLUME setting
    7-2

    L
    LCD 2-2
    messages 9-15 to 9-18 (See
    also individual message
    names)
    Letter mode 2-4
    Letters, entering 2-4
    LINE MONITOR VOL setting
    7-2
    Line, telephone 1-4, 2-6
    List (See individual list names)
    Loading
    documents 3-2
    paper 1-7, 1-8
    Location, safety instructions
    vii
    Long-distance dialing 4-8

    M
    Main unit 1-1
    MAN/AUTO SWITCH setting
    7-4
    MANUAL MODE
    description 5-1
    receiving in 5-4
    setting 5-4
    Manual redialing 4-9
    canceling 4-9
    Manual sending 4-4
    canceling 4-5
    Memory
    deleting document from 4-15
    documents in 4-14
    printing document in 4-14

    printing list of documents in
    4-14
    receiving when problem
    occurs 5-6
    sending (See Memory
    sending)
    MEMORY CLEAR REPORT
    description 9-19
    MEMORY FULL message
    9-17, 9-18
    MEMORY RX setting 7-4
    Memory sending 4-3
    canceling 4-5
    Menu (See individual menu
    names)
    PRINTER SETTINGS 7-4
    REPORT SETTINGS 7-3
    RX (Reception) SETTINGS
    7-4
    SYSTEM SETTINGS 7-5
    TAM SETTINGS 7-6
    TX (Transmission)
    SETTINGS 7-3
    USER SETTINGS 7-2
    MESSAGE LENGTH setting
    7-6
    Messages
    deleting 6-7
    forwarding telephone
    6-12
    LCD 9-15 (See also individual message names)
    playing telephone 6-8
    recording the outgoing 6-1
    setting the recording time for
    a 6-3
    types that can be recorded
    6-1
    Microphone 2-2
    MID PAUSE SET setting 7-3
    Mistakes, correcting 2-5
    Modes, switching number and
    letter 2-4
    MSG DATA LOST message
    9-17

    Multi-purpose tray 2-1
    capacity S-1
    jams in 9-2
    loading paper in 1-8
    MULTI TX/RX (Transaction)
    REPORT 7-8

    N
    NO DATA message 9-18
    NO OGM message 9-18
    Nozzle check pattern
    printing 9-5
    Number mode 2-4
    Numbers, entering 2-4
    Numeric buttons 2-2, 2-4

    O
    OFFHOOK ALARM setting
    4-4, 7-2
    One-touch speed dialing
    buttons 2-2
    description 2-11
    list (See One-touch speed
    dialing list)
    registering numbers and
    names for 2-11
    sending a document using
    4-5
    One-touch speed dialing list
    description 7-8
    printing 7-7
    Operation panel 2-1, 2-2, 2-3
    OUTGOING MESSAGE
    description 6-1
    recording 6-1

    P
    Paper
    guide 1-8
    guidelines 1-7
    limit mark (See Paper limit
    mark)
    loading 1-7

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    Index
    loading in multi-purpose tray
    1-8
    quantity S-1
    requirements 3-3
    size 3-3
    weight S-1
    Paper feeding problems 9-8
    Paper limit mark 1-7
    PAPER SIZE setting 7-4
    PASSWORD setting
    in TAM SETTINGS menu
    7-6
    Pause, entering 4-8
    PIN ENTRY setting 6-14, 7-6
    Play button 2-3, 6-8
    Playing telephone messages
    6-8
    Polling button 2-2, 5-6
    Power cord 1-1, 1-6
    Power failure
    during 9-19
    in case of 9-19
    Power supply, safety
    instructions vii
    Print head
    cleaning 9-6
    testing 9-5
    Print quality problems 9-13
    Printable area 3-3
    Printer cover 2-1
    PRINTER SETTINGS
    menu 7-4
    Printing
    1-TOUCH LIST 7-7
    ACTIVITY REPORT 7-7
    CODED DIAL LIST 7-7
    DOC. MEMORY LIST 7-7
    document in memory 4-14
    list of document in memory
    4-14
    nozzle check pattern 9-5
    USER DATA LIST 7-7
    Problem documents 3-2
    Problems
    copying 9-14

    I-4

    faxing 9-9
    general 9-14
    paper feeding 9-8
    print quality 9-13
    receiving 9-10
    receiving in memory when
    5-6
    sending 9-9
    telephone 9-13

    Q
    Quality
    adjusting 4-1
    print problems 9-13
    Quantity, paper S-1

    R
    REC’D IN MEMORY message
    9-18
    Receive mode Chapter 5
    Receive mode button 2-2,
    Chapter 5
    Receiving (See also individual
    receive modes)
    canceling 5-7
    in memory when problem
    occurs 5-6
    methods 5-1
    problems 9-10
    while performing other tasks
    5-6
    with answering machine 5-4
    Record button 2-3, 6-1
    Recording
    outgoing message 6-1
    voice memo 6-6
    REDIAL INTERVAL setting
    4-10, 7-3
    Redial/Pause button 2-3, 4-8,
    4-9
    REDIAL setting 7-3
    REDIAL TIMES setting
    4-10, 7-3

    Redialing
    automatic 4-9
    manual 4-9
    REDUCE DIMENSION
    setting 7-4
    Registering
    coded speed dialing numbers
    and names 2-13
    fax/telephone number 2-8
    name 2-8
    one-touch speed dialing
    numbers and names 2-11
    sender information 2-7
    Remote control
    features 6-9
    list of commands 6-11
    registering password for 6-9
    using 6-10
    Replacing
    BJ cartridge 9-6
    Report button 2-2, 7-7
    REPORT SETTINGS
    menu 7-3
    Resolution
    button 2-2, 4-1, 8-1
    setting scanning 4-1
    Rewind/Forward buttons 2-2,
    6-8
    RING COUNT setting
    for INCOMING RING setting
    7-4
    for TOLL SAVER setting
    7-6
    Ringer volume switch 1-5
    ROTARY PULSE setting
    7-2
    RX CALL LEVEL setting
    7-2
    RX REDUCTION setting 7-4
    RX (Reception) REPORT
    description 7-8
    setting 7-3
    RX SETTINGS
    menu 7-4
    RX START SPEED setting
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    Index
    S
    Safety instructions
    handling and maintenance vi
    location vii
    power supply vii
    SCAN CONTRAST setting
    7-2
    Scanning
    contrast, setting 4-1
    document requirements 3-1
    resolution, setting 4-1
    Scroll buttons 2-3, 7-1
    Send options 4-3
    Sender information,
    registering 2-7
    Sending
    canceling 4-5
    delayed 4-11
    documents 4-2
    manual 4-4
    memory 4-3
    methods 4-2
    preparing for 4-1
    problems 9-9
    sequential broadcasting 4-13
    setting scanning contrast 4-1
    setting scanning resolution
    4-1
    to more than one location (See
    Sequential broadcasting)
    using caller history 4-8
    using coded speed dialing
    4-5
    using one-touch speed dialing
    4-5
    using voice dialing 4-7
    Sequential broadcasting 4-13
    Setting date and time 2-7
    Setting forwarding number
    6-12
    Setting PIN ENTRY 6-14
    Setting TAM MODE 6-2
    Shipping materials, removing
    1-2

    Special
    dialing 4-8
    function buttons 2-2 (See
    also individual button
    names)
    Speed dialing
    coded 2-13
    lists 7-8
    one-touch 2-11
    printing lists 7-7
    Start/Copy button 2-3
    Stop button 2-3
    Symbols, entering 2-5
    SYSTEM SETTINGS
    menu 7-5

    T
    TAM Mode button 2-3, 6-2
    TAM MEMORY FULL
    message 9-18
    TAM MODE
    description 6-2
    setting 6-2 to 6-5
    TAM MONITOR setting 6-4,
    7-6
    TAM SETTINGS menu 7-6
    TEL LINE TYPE setting
    2-6, 7-2
    Telephone
    connecting 1-4
    problems 9-13
    TELEPHONE # MARK
    setting 7-2
    Telephone line 1-1
    connecting 1-4
    setting type 2-6
    Telephone message
    deleting 6-7
    forwarding 6-12
    playing 6-8
    setting recording time for
    6-3
    Telephone problems 9-13

    Testing
    BJ cartridge print head 9-5
    fax 1-11
    Time, setting 2-7
    TOLL SAVER setting 6-5,
    7-6
    Tray
    document 1-1, 2-1
    multi-purpose 2-1
    TTI (Transmit Terminal
    Identification) 2-7
    TTI position setting 7-2
    TX (Transmission) REPORT
    description 7-8
    setting 7-3
    TX SETTINGS
    menu list 7-3
    TX START SPEED setting
    7-5
    TX TERMINAL ID setting
    7-2
    TX/RX CANCELLED
    message 9-18
    TX/RX NO. nnnn message
    9-18

    U
    UNIT NAME setting 7-2
    UNIT TELEPHONE # setting
    7-2
    Unpacking 1-1
    USER SETTINGS menu list
    7-2
    USER DATA LIST
    description 7-8
    printing 7-7
    USER’S GUIDE
    using this guide v

    V
    VOICE MEMO
    description 6-6
    recording 6-6

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    Index
    Volume
    ALARM VOLUME setting
    7-2
    CALLING VOLUME setting
    7-2
    KEYPAD VOLUME setting
    7-2
    LINE MONITOR VOL setting
    7-2
    VOLUME CONTROL setting
    7-2
    VOLUME CONTROL setting
    7-2

    W
    Warranty 1-1
    Weight
    document S-1
    paper S-1

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    Canon U.S.A., Inc.
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    The limited warranty set forth below is given by Canon U.S.A., Inc. (“Canon USA”) with respect to the new or
    refurbished Canon-brand product (“Product”) packaged with this limited warranty, when purchased and used in the
    United States only.
    The Product is warranted against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service (a) for a period of
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    dated bill of sale will satisfy this requirement. This warranty does not cover any accessories, or any consumables, such as
    paper or ink cartridges, as to which there shall be no warranty or replacement.
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    equipment covered by a separate warranty (“Separate Warranty”). Repairs of such Canon brand peripheral equipment
    shall be governed by the terms of the Separate Warranty. Non-Canon brand equipment and software that may be
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    (a) Loss of or damage to the Product due to abuse, neglect, mishandling, improper packaging by you, alteration,
    accident, electrical current fluctuations, improper use, failure to follow operating or maintenance instructions, or
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    by someone other than a Canon USA repair facility or ASF. Without limiting the foregoing, dropping the Product,
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    forth in the user’s manual or other documentation for the Product.
    (b) Use of parts or supplies (other than those sold by Canon USA) that cause damage to the Product or cause abnormally
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    ANY SYSTEM SOFTWARE (WHETHER FACTORY LOADED ON THE PRODUCT OR CONTAINED ON THE
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    EQUIPMENT OR SERVICE, STORAGE CHARGES, LOSS OR CORRUPTION OF DATA, OR ANY OTHER
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    PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT CAUSING THE ALLEGED DAMAGE. WITHOUT LIMITING THE
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    YOUR PROPERTY AND TO OTHERS AND THEIR PROPERTY ARISING OUT OF THE POSSESSION, USE,
    MISUSE, OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT SOLD BY CANON USA NOT CAUSED SOLELY AND
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    IT WAS PURCHASED AS A GIFT, AND STATES YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY.
    Canon offers a full range of customer technical support* options:
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    If the problem cannot be corrected by using one of the above technical support options, repair options are available at the
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    This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.
    Canon U.S.A., Inc.
    One Canon Plaza
    Lake Success, NY 11042
    USA

    * Support program specifics are subject to change without notice.

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