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  • Page 1

    PHILIPS



  • Page 2

    Description of the machine

    paper tray
    paper feeder

    scanner cover

    control panel
    paper exit tray

    Symbols on the display

    Selected options will be highlighted with an arrow (»).
    Resolution:
    f for text and graphics
    % for very small print and graphics
    F for photographs
    If none of the three arrow symbols (d) in the left-hand part of the display is marked with a § the machine is in
    standard mode.
    : transmission of faxes or SMS
    The square (§) above the four arrows (d) in the middle of the display shows how full the memory is.
    ; on: faxes will be received automatically
    flashing: faxes are stored in the memory
    off: memory is full or you have disabled automatic fax reception



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    Overview of functions

    M to select functions
    C return to
    previous
    menu; to
    delete

    K colour copy

    / choose between
    options; move the
    cursor on the display

    Á scan
    w help

    OK confirm
    selection

    X stop; return
    to stand-by
    mode

    K black-and-white copy

    v if this symbol flashes
    please read the
    information on the
    display
    » send SMS; the
    lamp above the
    button lights up
    if you receive an
    SMS message

    L redial
    O contrast
    À broadcast—send a
    fax or SMS to several
    recipients
    f%F resolution
    Y start fax transmission or
    copying

    } call up directory
    entries

    keypad for text input

    keypad for numbers



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    Contents

    Contents
    Safety instructions...................5
    Installation ...............................6
    Unpacking .............................................................6
    Set-up .....................................................................6
    Loading paper.......................................................6
    Connections ..........................................................7
    Additional devices................................................7
    Power supply.........................................................9
    Country selection .................................................9
    Inserting cartridges ..............................................9
    Cartridge alignment ............................................10
    Your name and number .....................................10
    Date and time ......................................................10
    PC connection .....................................................10
    Software installation............................................10

    Settings....................................15
    Date and time ......................................................15
    Your name and number .....................................15
    Country and language.........................................15
    HELP function w ............................................15
    ISDN connection................................................15
    Network type (PABX) ........................................15
    Additional telephone ..........................................16
    External answering machine .............................16

    Directory } ....................17
    Add name .............................................................17
    Add group ............................................................17
    Modify...................................................................17
    Cancel....................................................................17
    Print.......................................................................17
    Transfer to a PC ..................................................17

    Fax ...........................................19
    Sending a fax Y .................................................19
    Directory } ...............................................19
    Redial L ...........................................................19
    Broadcast À .....................................................19
    Resolution f%F ..........................................20
    Contrast O ..........................................................20
    Receiving faxes ....................................................20
    Memory lock........................................................20
    Send report...........................................................20
    Delayed transmission..........................................21
    Polling ...................................................................21
    Additional telephone ..........................................21

    Copy.........................................22
    Inserting a document..........................................22
    Standard copy K ................................................22
    Optional copy K ...............................................22

    4

    Scan to PC Á .........................24
    Inserting a document..........................................24
    Scanning a document .........................................24

    Print.........................................26
    SMS..........................................28
    Sending an SMS » .....................................28
    Receiving an SMS ...............................................28

    Advanced settings ..................29
    Settings list ...........................................................29
    Fax settings...........................................................29
    SMS settings.........................................................29
    Scan settings.........................................................30
    Printer settings.....................................................30

    Hints & tips .............................31
    Ordering information.........................................31
    Change cartridges................................................31
    Cartridge capacity................................................32
    Logs.......................................................................32
    Commands ...........................................................32
    Lock.......................................................................33
    Care and maintenance ........................................33

    Appendix .................................35
    Functions list........................................................35
    Technical settings ................................................36
    Technical data ......................................................36
    Guarantee .............................................................36
    Index .....................................................................38



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    Please read and follow all warning notices and
    instructions.
    Your multifunctional device should be installed
    on a level and stable surface. The surface should
    be smooth and horizontal. The machine may be
    damaged if it falls and may cause serious injury,
    especially to small children. Place the MF-JET
    450 at least 10 cm away from other electrical devices and objects.
    Do not place the machine in direct sunlight. Do
    not place it near to a radiator, heater, radio, television or air conditioning unit. Do not allow it to
    come into contact with dust, water or chemicals.
    Make sure that air can circulate freely around
    the MF-JET 450. Do not operate your multifunctional device in enclosed spaces such as
    boxes, cupboards, cabinets etc. Do not cover the
    machine. Do not place the MF-JET 450 on soft
    surfaces such as beds, duvets, cushions, sofas or
    carpets as there is a risk of overheating and fire.
    Only use the power supply included with the
    product. Using an unauthorised power supply
    may damage the device.
    Do not touch telephone wires or mains cables
    where the insulation is missing or damaged unless they are already disconnected.
    If the housing of your multifunctional device
    or the power supply—in particular the power or
    telephone cables—, are damaged, please unplug
    the MF-JET 450. The housing of the device may
    only be opened by authorised service personnel.
    Unplug the MF-JET 450 from the mains and
    telephone line before cleaning. Do not use liquid
    or aerosol cleaning agents such as sprays, alcohol
    or polishes.
    Do not expose the machine to rain or any other
    form of moisture. There is a risk of electric
    shock or fire. If any liquid is accidentally spilled
    into the MF-JET 450, immediately remove the
    power plug and have the device professionally
    inspected.

    Your MF-JET 450 has been tested to EN 60950
    or IEC 60950 and may only be operated on telephone networks and power supplies that conform to these standards.
    In a thunderstorm, disconnect the multifunctional device from both the mains and the
    telephone line. If you are unable to disconnect
    the MF-JET 450, avoid using the machine or the
    telephone during the storm. There is a risk of
    electric shock from lightning and risk of damage
    to the machine.
    Your MF-JET 450 is only intended for use in the
    country in which it was purchased. It may only
    be operated with telephone systems and power
    equipment which meet these standards.

    Safety instructions

    Safety
    instructions

    If you want to use another cordless phone, ensure that the machine and the base station of
    the other cordless phone are at least 15 cm apart
    otherwise you may get acoustic interference in
    the handset.

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    Installation

    Installation
    Unpacking
    Unpack the box and check that it includes the
    following:

    Set-up
    Please read all warning notices and instructions
    and follow them precisely!
    1 Insert the paper tray in the slots provided behind the paper feed mechanism.

    telephone
    cable with plug
    (country-specific)

    mains cable with
    plug
    power supply
    ink cartridges and
    starter card
    “Plug’n’Print”

    2 Pull out the paper exit tray.

    paper tray

    machine

    user guide

    Loading paper
    Please use only paper which is specifically intended for use with ink cartridge printers (standard
    format is A4 210×297 mm, 80 g/m²). Follow the
    instructions of the manufacturer.

    installation guide

    v Do not load paper while the MF-JET 450
    is printing!
    In the event of a paper jam see chapter
    Hints and tips / Paper jam.

    installation CD

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    Next connect the telephone plug to the line
    socket on the wall.
    In the UK

    2 Insert up to 100 sheets of paper up to the
    end-stop in the paper feed mechanism.
    For all other countries

    Additional devices

    Connections
    First connect the telephone cable plug into the
    socket labelled LINE on the back of the machine.

    You can operate other equipment on a single
    telephone line in addition to your machine, such
    as other telephones, cordless phones, answering
    machines, charge counters and modems (also see
    chapter Settings / Additional telephone).

    Installation

    1 To prevent several sheets being drawn into
    the machine at once, first fan out the paper
    to separate the sheets and then straighten the
    stack on a flat surface before inserting it into
    the paper feed.

    If you operate an SMS-compatible cordless
    phone on the same line there is no guarantee that
    a particular SMS will be received on your multifunctional machine or on the cordless handset.
    However, you can only receive SMS messages on
    one device at any one time. Try to disable SMS
    reception on the additional cordless phone.
    If you intend using special auxiliary devices with
    your machine, please contact your dealer.

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    Installation

    Same socket

    Separate sockets

    You can connect additional devices to the same
    telephone socket. Make sure the multifunctional
    machine is the first device connected to the line.

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

    In the UK

    In the UK

    For all other countries
    You can connect additional devices to the same
    telephone socket by using the socket labelled
    EXT on your machine.

    For all other countries

    v If you connect additional devices to separate sockets (e. g. in separate rooms) your
    fax switch cannot control them (which
    means that your multifunctional machine
    behaves like any ordinary machine). For
    this reason e. g. call transfer is not possible.
    Therefore we recommend you to connect your additional devices to the same
    socket.

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    Connect the power supply unit to the back of
    your MF-JET 450 (at the side), then use the
    mains cable to connect the power supply unit to
    the mains.

    2 Press the lever in the middle of the cartridge
    holder to open the holder.

    3 Take the ink cartridges out of their packaging
    and remove the protective strip.
    v Please make sure that the protective strip
    was removed completely.
    Be careful not to touch the nozzle or the
    contacts!

    After you have connected the multifunctional
    device to the mains, it will prompt you to make
    some basic settings as follows:

    4 Insert the black cartridge “nose” down in
    the right-hand compartment of the cartridge
    holder.
    5 Insert the colour cartridge in the same way
    in the left-hand compartment.

    Installation

    Power supply

    Country selection
    1 Press OK.
    2 Use / to choose your country.
    3 Press OK twice.

    Inserting cartridges
    Before you can receive or copy documents there
    must be ink cartridges in your MF-JET 450. Two
    starter cartridges (black and colour) have therefore been included to cover a few test pages.

    6 Close the cartridge holder. You’ll hear a click
    when it snaps shut.
    7 Close the machine.

    1 Open the machine by pulling the lever under
    the control panel.

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    Installation

    8 Push the supplied “Plug’n’Print” starter card
    with the contacts at the top into the slot under
    the control panel. This “Plug’n’Print” card is
    used for initialising the black cartridge and the
    colour cartridge.

    Enter the date and time and confirm with OK,
    e. g. 12 05 04 16 30 OK for
    May 12th 2004, 4:30 p. m.

    PC connection
    v First install the software. Connect the
    MF-JET 450 to the PC with a USB cable
    only when instructed to do so by the
    installation program.
    Minimum configuration
    Your PC must have the following minimum configuration:

    9 The cartridge is loaded when the following appears on the display: Action completed



    Pentium processor, 200 MHz or higher



    Windows® 98 SE/2000/ME/XP and 128 MB
    RAM



    300 MB free disk space for the complete installation



    USB port

    Remove card
    Repeat the process with the same card for the
    second cartridge.

    Cartridge alignment
    After the ink cartridges have been inserted your
    multifunctional machine will print a test page that
    will help you align the print heads of the two cartridges correctly. This is necessary to achieve the
    best possible print quality.
    1 Use the number keypad to enter the number
    of the field in which the arrow appears clearest.
    enter VALUE A
    2 Confirm with OK and repeat these steps for
    values B, C and D.
    enter VALUE B

    Your name and number
    1 Enter your fax number (max. 20 digits) and
    press OK (to enter a plus sign hold down
    the CTRL key and press Q; to enter a blank
    space, press the ½ key).

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    Date and time

    2 Enter your name by using the keyboard for
    text input (max. 20 characters). The available
    special characters are shown above the letter
    keys on the right and can be entered by holding down CTRL and pressing the relevant
    key. To type capital letters, hold down + and
    press the desired key. If you have entered a
    wrong digit or character, you can correct it
    with / and C. Press OK.

    v You can connect your multifunctional
    machine to a Microsoft® PC (running
    the Windows® operating system). The
    machine is not compatible with Linux or
    Apple Macintosh®.

    Software installation
    The Software-Package contains:
    1 “MF-Inkjet”: installs your printer and scanner.
    2 “Photo Impression”: for creative processing
    and improved print quality for your digital
    photos.
    3 “Paper Port”: for quicker management of
    your scanned documents.
    4 “Acrobat Reader”: for display and printing of
    PDF data.
    v First install the software. Connect the
    MF-JET 450 to the PC with a USB cable
    only when instructed to do so by the
    installation program.
    Before starting the installation program, close
    all open programs and applications. Installation starts automatically. (If the installation
    program does not start, find your CD-ROM
    drive in Windows® Explorer and double-click
    on Launch.exe.)



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    1 In the start window, click on “Install products”.

    2 If you want to install all the products offered
    (scanner, printer, “Photo Impression”, “Paper
    Port”), click on “All products”.

    v In this setting, “Acrobat Reader” must also
    be installed separately.
    3 After “Photo Impression” has automatically
    installed you will be asked to accept the terms
    and conditions of the licence.

    4 If you have already connected the USB cable
    to the PC, remove it and click on “Next”.

    5 Windows® XP: If you receive a warning
    message that the peripheral hasn’t passed
    Windows® Logo testing, choose “Yes”.

    Installation

    Installing all products

    v Your multifunctional device has been
    tested for PHILIPS and is fully compatible with Windows® XP.
    6 Follow the instructions on the screen, and
    connect the machine to the PC with a USB cable. Click on “Next” to confirm (high-speed
    systems will open the window described in 7
    without confirmation).
    The USB port is at the back of the machine.

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    Installation

    10 You will be asked to restart your PC. Leave
    the installation CD in the drive. After the PC
    has restarted, installation is completed with
    “Paper Port”.

    7 Click on “Next” to confirm. The installation
    program will automatically search for a suitable driver for your MF-JET 450.
    You can restart your PC at a later date so you
    can finish working in any programs that are
    still running.
    Installing individual products
    1 In the start window, click on “Install products”.

    8 Make sure the “CD-ROM drives” button is
    highlighted, and click on “Next” to confirm.

    2 If you want to install specific products, click
    on “Advanced”.

    9 You can make special printer settings under
    “Document Defaults”. Click on “Continue
    Installation” to install the printer driver.

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    If you agree with the suggested directory
    name, click on “Next”.

    Example: Installing “Photo Impression”:

    Click “Next” and follow the instructions on
    the screen. You will be prompted to accept a
    license agreement.

    The program offers you a default directory
    where “Photo Impression” will be installed.
    You can choose a different directory.

    To complete the installation process for
    “Photo Impression”, click on “Finish”.

    Installation

    3 Select a product by clicking on relevant button.

    v The installation CD will also guide you
    through the installation of “Paper Port”,
    “MF-Inkjet” and “Acrobat Reader”.
    When you have finished installing “MFInkjet” you will be asked to restart your
    computer.
    Operating instructions
    To find out more about “Paper Port” and
    “Photo Impression”, click on the “View user
    guides” button in the start window and select
    the relevant product. A PDF file gives you
    information on the selected product.

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    Installation

    Contents of the installation CD
    To find out what’s on the installation CD, click
    on the “Browse contents” button in the start
    window.

    Uninstalling the products
    1 To delete a product once it has been installed,
    click on the “Uninstall products” button in
    the start window. If you want to uninstall all
    the products, click on “All”.

    After “Photo Impression” has been uninstalled your “MF-Inkjet” device driver will be
    removed. Click on “Finish” to confirm. You
    will be asked to restart your PC and disconnect the USB link. Leave the CD ROM in the
    drive.

    You can restart your PC at a later date so you
    can finish working in any programs that are
    still running.

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    After the PC has restarted, the uninstall operation is completed with “Paper Port”. You
    can choose “Repair” or “Remove”. Follow
    the instructions on the screen.

    2 If you want to delete specific products, click
    on “Advanced”. The CD ROM will take you
    through the uninstall process for the selected
    product.

    v Click on “Menu” at any time to return to
    the start window.



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    You can print out a list of the current parameter
    settings by pressing M, 54 and OK. To return
    to stand-by mode, press X as often as necessary.
    If you want to delete or modify your individual
    settings, you can do so in the following functions.

    Date and time

    HELP function w
    Press w twice. You will receive a printout explaining how to use the most important functions. It also specifies how to obtain further
    HELP pages concerning other features of your
    machine.
    v The menu functions for the MF-JET 450
    are listed in the Appendix / Functions
    list. You can print out this list with function 51.

    1 Press M, 21 and OK.
    2 Enter the date and time and confirm with
    OK, e. g. 12 05 04 16 30
    OK for May 12th 2004, 4:30 p. m.

    Your name and number
    1 Press M, 22 and OK.
    2 Enter your fax number (max. 20 digits) and
    press OK. (To enter a plus sign hold down
    the CTRL key and press Q; to enter a blank
    space, press the ½ key.)
    3 Enter your name by using the keyboard for
    text input (max. 20 characters). The available
    special characters are shown above the letter
    keys on the right and can be entered by holding down CTRL and pressing the relevant
    key. To type capital letters, hold down + and
    press the desired key. If you have entered a
    wrong digit or character, you can correct it
    with / and C. Press OK.
    v “Your name” and “your number” are
    transmitted at the top of each page
    together with the date, time and page
    number, if you store this data with function 21 and 22.

    Country and language
    These settings will determine the language of the
    display and the local telephone network settings.
    1 Press M, 201 and OK. Use / to select
    your country. Press OK twice. It is important
    that you choose the country where you are using the machine as the machine has to adapt
    to local conditions!
    2 To set the language, use / to select function
    202»LANGUAGE and press OK. Choose
    with / and press OK.

    ISDN connection
    Your multifunctional device is not an ISDN device (group 4), but an analogue machine (group
    3). Therefore it cannot be used directly on an
    ISDN connection. You will need an (analogue)
    adapter or an ISDN connection for analogue devices. For further information please refer to your
    ISDN instructions.

    Settings

    Settings

    v For devices with SMS function: Analog
    terminals must be SMS-compatible.

    Network type (PABX)
    Private branch exchange systems are very common in large companies. ISDN connections are
    private branch exchanges and are used very often
    in private households. To get a connection from
    a private branch exchange to the public network
    you have to dial a key to obtain the outside line.
    An additional telephone connected to a normal telephone line together with your MF-JET 450 must
    not be confused with a private branch exchange.
    If you connect the MF-JET 450 to a PABX, you
    can set the prefix for an outside line.
    1 Press M, 251 and OK. Use / to select
    PABX and confirm with OK.
    2 Select function 252»PREFIX using / and
    press OK. Enter the number of digits and
    press OK.
    v Take the longest internal number and add
    a further digit (e.g. if internal numbers are
    four digits long, enter 5).
    3 Press the key you need to reach an outside
    line. This is usually 0. Confirm with OK.
    If the number of digits for an internal call is
    exceeded, the prefix for an outside line will be
    automatically added.

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    Settings

    Additional telephone
    If you have connected an additional telephone to the same telephone line (see chapter
    Installation / Additional devices), you can adjust the number of rings you will hear when there
    is an incoming call.
    1 Press M, 2912 and OK.
    2 Change the value (3, 4 or 5) and press OK.

    External answering
    machine
    Connect your answering machine as described in
    chapter Installation / Additional devices.
    To provide for the optimum performance of an
    external answering machine, set this device to
    ring once or twice. To avoid calls taken automatically by the fax switch, you need to set the ring
    tones to a number at least two higher than on
    your external answering machine. If you have
    switched your answering machine off, calls will
    be accepted by the fax switch.
    Settings example:
    Answering machine rings

    2

    RINGS

    4

    Tips:
    The answering message of your answering machine should be shorter than ten seconds.
    Please avoid music in your outgoing message.
    If the automatic fax reception is impossible,
    press Y to manually begin receiving the fax.
    If your answering machine provides an “economy function” (e.g. a function which changes the
    number of ringing signals as soon as a message
    was recorded), you should preferably switch this
    function off.
    It is possible that the answering machine not
    only counts the messages received, but also the
    number of fax calls.
    If your answering machine records fax signals
    but your multifunctional machine cannot receive
    faxes, you should check the connection of your
    external answering machine. Connect the external answering machine to the same telephone
    socket or to the EXT socket of your machine
    (see chapter Installation / Additional devices).

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    The memory in your MF-JET 450 can store about
    200 names and number. The precise number depends on the length of the entries.
    In the list you can store individual entries (names
    and numbers) and groups (comprising several
    entries).
    The available special characters are shown above
    the letter keys on the right and can be entered by
    holding down CTRL and pressing the relevant
    key (e. g. hold down CTRL and press W to type
    a hyphen).
    When entering a name, you can use + to type
    capital letters (press and hold the + key and type
    the desired key).
    With / you can move the cursor within an entry
    and with \ you can delete a character.

    Add name
    Follow the instructions on the display to store an
    entry in the list:
    1 Press M, 11 and OK. Enter a name and
    press OK. Enter a fax number and press OK.
    2 The MF-JET 450 automatically assigns a
    number to the record. To modify this number
    enter the digit required and press OK.
    3 Use / to choose W.ASSOC.KEY if you
    want to assign a shortcut key (letter) for quick
    access to the record. Press OK.
    4 If necessary, you can set a different transmission speed for sending faxes. If the line
    quality is good, confirm the default maximum
    speed. Press OK.
    The entry is saved. To call up a saved entry, press
    } and use /, a number key or letter key
    to select the desired list entry. The list of your
    stored contacts will be printed out.

    3 The group ID number will automatically appear on the display. If you wish to modify this
    number, you may do so. Confirm with OK.

    Modify
    1 Press M, 13 and OK.
    2 The directory appears in alphabetic order. Use
    / to select the entry or group you wish to
    modify. Press OK.
    3 Modify the entry and confirm each step with
    OK.

    Cancel
    1 Press M, 14 and OK.
    2 The directory appears in alphabetical order.
    Use / to select the entry or group you wish
    to delete.
    3 Press OK.
    4 Confirm with OK.

    Directory

    Directory
    }

    Print
    Press M, 15 and OK. The directory is printed
    in alphabetical order.

    Transfer to a PC
    If you have connected your MF-JET 450 to a
    PC, you can transfer the directory to the PC to
    edit it.
    On your PC, click on Start > Programs > MFInkjet > Save – Restore Address Book.
    You can transfer the directory from the PC to the
    MF-JET 450 (and vice versa) by clicking on the
    icons on the bottom of the window.
    You can add and edit specific entries in the register window named “Entry”.

    Add group
    You can group several directory entries together
    e.g. to send a fax to several persons.
    1 Press M, 12 and OK. Enter a name for
    this group and press OK.
    2 Press a shortcut number, a letter or use /
    and OK to select entries to add them to the
    group. Press OK.

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    Directory
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    You can edit groups in the register window
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    Sending a fax Y
    1 Open the scanner cover. Please make sure
    that the scanner glass is clean before placing
    the original document (see chapter Hints &
    tips / Care and maintenance).

    4 Choose a fax number and press Y. Wait until
    the warm-up phase has come to an end and
    the document has been scanned into the
    memory.
    5 If you want to send just one page, use / to
    choose DONE and press OK. If you want to
    fax more than one page, insert another page
    and select NEXT PAGE. Then press OK.
    If the number called is busy, it will be redialled
    automatically after a certain time.

    Fax

    Fax

    After transmission, the MF-JET 450 will automatically print a send report. This function can
    be deactivated (see Send report).
    If you want to cancel the transmission, press X
    twice.

    Directory }
    2 Place the document face down onto the
    scanner glass.

    1 Insert a document.
    2 Press } and use /, on the machine to
    select name and number or use the keyboard
    to enter a name and then select the record.
    3 Press Y to start the transmission.

    Redial L
    The last ten numbers dialled on the MF-JET 450
    will be stored in the redial memory.
    1 Insert a document.
    3 Align it with back left corner of the scanner
    glass (marked with arrows).

    2 Press L as often as necessary. When the desired number appears on the display, press Y
    to start the transmission.

    Broadcast À
    You may choose to send a document to several
    recipients.
    1 Insert a document.

    If you want to scan small three-dimensional objects (such as coins or flowers), use transparent
    film to protect the scanner glass.

    2 You now have the following options for entering numbers in the recipient list: Enter them
    via the numeric keypad or select a number/
    group from the list } or use L. Press
    À, and enter further numbers (maximum of
    ten). Press Y.
    3 If you want to cancel the transmission, press
    X twice.

    v If your machine produces horizontal
    strips, the scanner may be blocked (see
    chapter Hints & tips / Horizontal
    stripes).

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    Fax

    Resolution f%F

    Memory lock

    To change the resolution, keep pressing f%F
    until the desired arrow symbol (d) is highlighted
    on the display with §. If none of the three arrow symbols is highlighted on the display, the
    machine is in standard resolution.

    The memory lock stores the documents that
    cannot be printed out immediately (see Receiving faxes) or that are not to be printed out. They
    need not be printed as soon as you receive them.
    The ; symbol on the display lets you know the
    state of the memory lock:
    ; on—memory lock feature enabled
    ; flashing—documents are in the memory or
    are being received

    standard—for good quality documents, without
    drawings or small details

    ; off—memory is full or you have disabled automatic fax reception

    %—for documents with very fine or small
    drawings

    To prevent faxes from being printed out by the
    wrong person, you can protect access with a
    four-digit answer code. Once stored, this code is
    required to print fax messages and to activate/deactivate the memory lock.

    F—for photos

    Storing an answer code

    Contrast O

    Press M, 343 and OK. Enter a four-digit
    code and press OK.

    f—for documents with drawings or small characters

    If the document is too light or too dark, you may
    change the contrast. Press O as many times as
    necessary to choose the desired contrast. The
    current setting is shown on the display.

    Activate/deactivate

    Receiving faxes

    Printing messages

    If you have not changed the settings for fax reception, faxes will be automatically received. (For
    instructions on how to change the settings for
    fax reception see chapter Advanced settings /
    Fax settings.)

    Press M, 341 and OK. If you have stored an
    answer code, enter it and press OK. Documents
    received and stored in the memory are printed
    and then deleted from the memory.

    If there is no more paper in the feeder or if the
    cartridge is empty, incoming faxes will be stored
    in memory (storage capacity approx. 50 pages).
    If the memory is full, no further pages can be
    stored and certain functions can no longer be
    performed. To empty the memory insert paper
    or a cartridge and start printout of the faxes by
    pressing Y.

    Send report

    v When a fax message is completely printed
    out, it will be deleted from the memory.
    If the printing process was interrupted,
    all fax messages that have not been completely printed out will remain stored.

    Press M, 342 and OK. If you have stored an
    answer code, enter it and press OK. Use / to
    select WITH or WITHOUT and press OK.

    The MF-JET 450 can print a send report every
    time you have sent a document. This way you are
    given confirmation that your document has been
    received.
    1 Press M, 231 and OK. Select one of the
    following options:
    WITH—a report is printed out after every successful transmission (even if the called number
    was busy).
    WITHOUT—no send report; however, your MFJET 450 notes all transmissions that took place
    in its log (see chapter Hints & tips / Logs).
    ALWAYS—a report is printed out after every
    transmission (even if the transmission was unsuccessful because of a fault).

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    2 Confirm with OK.

    Delayed transmission
    If you wish to make use of cheaper telephone
    rates, or if your fax correspondent is only available at particular times, you can program automatic transmission of a fax at a later time (within
    24 hours).
    1 Press M, 31 and OK.
    2 Enter the fax number and press OK.
    3 Enter the time you want the fax to be sent
    (within 24 hours), e. g. 17 30 for 5:30
    p. m. Press OK.
    4 Set the contrast and other settings and confirm each entry with OK.

    Polling

    MULTIPLE—the document may be polled as
    many times as necessary (from the memory).
    Press OK.
    4 If necessary, adjust the contrast and press
    OK.
    5 Enter the number of pages and press OK.
    6 Wait until the warm-up phase has come to
    an end and the document has been scanned
    into the memory. Press OK. The document is
    ready for polling.

    Fax

    ON ERROR—a report is only printed if the transmission fails or is abandoned.

    Additional telephone
    You can connect an additional telephone or
    cordless telephone on the same line as your MFJET 450. When a call comes in, the additional
    telephone will ring a few times, then the machine
    switches to fax reception. If necessary, the
    number of rings can be changed in the technical settings (see chapter Settings / Additional
    telephone).

    By means of this function documents which
    have been prepared for collection from another
    machine can be retrieved. You can also allow a
    document to be polled from your multifunctional
    machine.
    Polling reception
    1 Press M, 32 and OK.
    2 Enter the polling number and press Y.
    Delayed polling
    1 Press M, 32 and OK.
    2 Enter the polling number and press OK.
    3 Enter the time you wish to poll the document
    (e. g. 17 30 for 5:30 p. m.) and press
    Y.
    Polling transmission
    You may place a document in your MF-JET 450
    and make it available to one or more recipients
    who can obtain a fax of this document by calling
    your MF-JET 450 with the polling function.
    1 Insert the document on the scanner glass.
    2 Press M, 33 and OK.
    3 Use / to choose between the two options:
    SIMPLE—the document may be transmitted
    only once (from the memory). Press OK.

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    Copy

    Copy
    Inserting a document
    1 Open the scanner cover. Please make sure
    that the scanner glass is clean before placing
    the original document (see chapter Hints &
    tips / Care and maintenance).

    Standard copy K
    1 Insert a document (see Inserting a document).
    2 Press one of the two K keys (copy in colour
    or black and white) twice.

    Optional copy K
    1 Insert a document (see Inserting a document).
    2 Press one of the two K keys (copy in colour
    or black and white) once. You can now make
    the following settings:
    3 Enter the desired number of copies and press
    OK.
    NUMBER OF COPIES

    2 Place the document face down onto the
    scanner glass.

    4 The copying quality of the MF-JET 450 is
    higher than the resolution used for fax transmission. If necessary, change the default setting
    with / or f%F: »RESOL.:normal
    FAST—for good quality documents, without
    drawings or details
    NORMAL—for documents with drawings or
    small characters
    QUALITY—for maximum resolution
    Press OK.
    5 Your MF-JET 450 can reduce or magnify a
    specific part of a document from 25 % to
    400 %. Set the desired zoom value with the
    key pad and press OK.
    ZOOMING

    3 Align it with back left corner of the scanner
    glass (marked with arrows).

    If you want to scan small three-dimensional objects (such as coins or flowers), use transparent
    film to protect the scanner glass.
    v If your machine produces horizontal
    strips, the scanner may be blocked (see
    chapter Hints & tips / Horizontal
    stripes).

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    6 You can change the origin of the scanner.
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    Copy

    By entering new values of x and y given in
    millimetres, you will move the scanning zone
    as shown on the figure below. Confirm the
    entries with OK.
    ORIGIN

    7 If the document is too light or too dark, you
    may change the scanning contrast. Press /
    or O as many times as necessary to choose
    the desired contrast, as shown by the position
    of the cursor. Press OK.
    CONTRAST
    8 For colour copying: You can adjust the saturation. Colour saturation is judged in proportion to brightness. Use / to change the
    setting: - is more grey, + is more saturated.
    Confirm with OK.
    SATURATION
    9 For colour copying: If you have chosen
    colour copy, you can adjust the RGB values.
    All colours can be defined as combinations
    of red (R), green (G) and blue (B). You can
    change the values for each of these basic colours with /. Press OK.
    RGB
    10 You can adjust the luminosity (brightness) of
    the printer. Use / to change the setting: - is
    darker, + is lighter. Press OK. LUMINOSITY
    11 Use / to set whether you use plain, coated,
    or photo paper, or transparent film and press
    OK.
    »normal PAPER

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    Scan to PC

    Scan to PC Á
    You can use the MF-JET 450 to scan documents
    and edit the document with a PC (see chapter
    Installation / PC connection).

    Inserting a document
    1 Open the scanner cover. Please make sure
    that the scanner glass is clean before placing
    the original document (see chapter Hints &
    tips / Care and maintenance).

    v If your machine produces horizontal
    strips, the scanner may be blocked (see
    chapter Hints & tips / Horizontal
    stripes).

    Scanning a document
    There are three ways to scan a document via PC:
    Variant 1
    Press Á (on the multifunctional device) to open
    the scan window on the PC.

    This window enables you to choose between a
    number of different ways of processing documents. You do this by clicking on the required
    symbol:
    2 Place the document face down onto the
    scanner glass.

    Cust.: The scanned document can be edited in
    “Paint”.
    eMail: The scanned document can be sent as an
    e-mail attachment.
    OCR: Using the OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software supplied on your installation CD,
    you can change or correct the scanned document
    and convert it for use in other programs.
    Fax: The scanned document can be faxed.
    Copy: The scanned document can be copied and
    printed.

    3 Align it with back left corner of the scanner
    glass (marked with arrows).

    If you want to scan small three-dimensional objects (such as coins or flowers), use transparent
    film to protect the scanner glass.

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    Scan: If you have installed the “Paper Port” program, your document will be scanned and input
    directly into the “Paper Port” application (see
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    Variant 3

    Clicking on the “One Touch”
    symbol in the
    menu bar on the bottom right of your PC screen
    (next to the time) opens the following window:

    To scan a document, open a graphic application (“Paper Port” or “Photo Impression”)
    and choose the scan function. Choose the MFTWAIN driver to start scanning.

    As for the Variant 1, a number of different ways
    of processing documents are available to you. In
    addition, you can select special settings for the
    application in question (select the required symbol and click the right mouse button).

    Scan to PC

    Variant 2

    You can combine multiple pages into one document or save in different documents. Change the
    factory default under “Select Format and Page(s):”
    by clicking on the appropriate symbol.
    v To view and edit the document you have
    scanned, first close the MF-TWAIN
    driver.
    Click on the lower left icon to create a preview,
    click on the lower right icon to start scanning.
    Click on “Pre-selection” to create different profile for different document types you want to
    scan. A profile contains all important settings for
    a certain type of document. To create a profile,
    first make all settings and then choose “New”
    profile. Enter a profile name and click “Save”.

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    Print

    Print

    Select the paper type and the print quality.

    Select “Print” and choose the “MF-Inkjet” as
    your printer if it is not already set as the default
    device. Click on “Properties” to change the
    existing settings.

    Select the paper size, orientation and number of
    copies.

    Click on “Settings” to create or select a profile.

    Select the document layout, i.e. how the pages are
    to be arranged on the sheet.

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    Print

    During printing, the “Printer monitor” window is
    displayed showing the status of the printer.

    The layout of the printed documents also depends on the layout settings in the software you
    are using. For more details, refer to the documentation or help for that software.

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    SMS

    SMS

    1 Press » twice and type your message.

    (not available in all countries)

    3 Press L as often as necessary, until the desired number appears.

    You can send and receive SMS (Short Message
    Service) messages with your multifunctional machine. Your MF-JET 450 has been pre-set to use
    the SMS service in your country. If it does not
    work correctly, please contact your SMS service
    provider and change these settings (see chapter
    Advanced settings / SMS settings).

    4 Press » to send your message.
    Several recipients À
    1 Press » twice and type your message.
    2 Press » and enter the first telephone
    number.

    Check the following with your service provider:

    3 Press À and enter another telephone number
    (max. ten).



    what costs are billed for sending and possibly receiving an SMS message,

    4 Press » to send your message.



    which mobile networks can you send SMS
    messages to and which mobile networks
    can you receive SMS messages from,

    Receiving an SMS



    which functions are offered by your SMS
    service.

    Sending an SMS »
    One recipient
    1 Press » twice (or M, 41 and OK).
    2 Type the message you want to send.
    The available special characters are shown above
    the letter keys on the right and can be entered by
    holding down CTRL and pressing the relevant
    key. To type capital letters, hold down + and press
    the desired key. You can move the cursor with /
    and delete characters with \.
    3 Press ».
    4 Enter the recipient’s telephone number.
    5 Press » to send the message. The MFJET 450 will print a send report.
    This function can be deactivated (see chapter
    Fax / Send report).

    Received SMS messages will be printed automatically. (You can change this setting—see chapter
    Advanced settings / SMS settings.) If you
    switch off automatic printing, messages will be
    stored in the memory. If you have received an SMS
    message the lamp above the » button lights up.
    Reading an SMS
    1 Press » and OK (or M, 42 and OK).
    2 Use / to choose a message and press OK.
    3 You can scroll up and down within the message with /.
    Printing an SMS
    1 Press » and K (or M, 44 and OK).
    2 Use / to select which SMS messages you
    want to print:
    SELECTed—Press OK, and use / to select
    the SMS message to be printed out. Confirm
    with OK.
    NEW—Press OK. The newly arrived SMS messages will be printed.

    Directory }

    ALL—Press OK. All SMS messages will be
    printed.

    1 Press » twice.

    Deleting an SMS

    2 Type your message and press ».

    1 Press M, 43 and OK.

    3 To select a number from the directory, press
    } and use / to select an entry.

    2 You can now choose which messages to delete using /:

    4 Press » to send your message.

    SELECTED—Press OK and choose the messages to delete using /. Confirm with OK.

    Redial L

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    2 Press ».

    The last ten numbers dialled on the MF-JET 450
    will be stored in the redial memory.

    ALREADY READ—Press OK to delete the messages that you have already read.
    ALL—Press OK. All messages will be deleted.



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    Settings list
    You may print a list of your MF-JET 450’s parameter settings to monitor any changes made to
    the default parameters!
    Press M, 54 and OK.

    Fax settings
    Reception mode
    If you want to receive fax messages with a
    modem (with a PC) connected on the same telephone line as the MF-JET 450, you must disable
    automatic fax reception.
    Press M, 241 and OK. Use / to choose
    MANUAL (to disable automatic reception) or
    FAX (to receive faxes on the MF-JET 450 automatically).
    Number of copies
    You may print incoming documents more than
    once.
    Press M, 242 and OK. Enter a number (1 to
    99) and press OK.
    Sorted printing
    When you receive documents of several pages,
    they will be received in the memory and then
    printed out in the correct order. You can avoid
    this by de-activating sorted printing:
    Press M, 243 and OK. Use / to choose
    WITH (sort function) or WITHOUT (sort function) and press OK.
    Sorted sending
    Documents of several pages are scanned into
    the memory and then sent. You can disable this
    function.
    Press M, 232 and OK. Use / to choose
    WITH (sort function) or WITHOUT (sort function) and press OK.

    SMS settings
    When you select your country when setting up
    the MF-JET 450, the parameters for SMS emission and reception will be pre-set. If these settings do not work or if you want to use another
    provider, you will need to change these settings.
    Your SMS service provider will provide the numbers you need.
    SMS emission
    1 Press M, 4611 and OK.
    2 Enter the provider number your machine has
    to dial to send SMS messages. Press OK.
    SMS reception
    1 Press M, 4612 and OK.
    2 Enter the provider number to receive SMS
    messages. Press OK.
    SMS alternative reception
    You might wish to receive SMS from a second
    provider. In that case you will have to enter a second provider number to receive SMS messages.
    1 Press M, 4621 and OK.
    2 Enter the second provider number for SMS
    reception and press OK.
    Automatic printing
    Press M, 451 and OK. Use / to choose
    whether SMS messages should be printed out
    automatically or not and press OK.
    Beep
    Press M, 452, OK. Use / to choose
    whether the MF-JET 450 should emit a beep to
    notify you when an SMS message is received and
    press OK.
    Sender name
    Press M, 453 and OK. Use / to choose
    whether SMS messages that you send should include your name. Confirm with OK.

    Advanced settings

    Advanced
    settings

    v “Your name” and “your number” are
    transmitted at the top of each page
    together with the date, time and page
    number, if you store this data with function 21 and 22.

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    Advanced settings
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    Scan settings
    With the following functions you can change the
    factory defaults:
    M, 271, OK—Resolution
    M, 272, OK—Zooming
    M, 273, OK—Origin
    M, 274, OK—Contrast
    M, 275, OK—Saturation
    Saturation is the colour judged in proportion to
    its brightness: closer to - is greyer, + has greater
    saturation.
    M, 276, OK—RGB
    All colours can be defined as combinations of red
    (R), green (G) and blue (B). You can determine
    the proportion of each basic colour separately.
    M, 277, OK—Luminosity
    Luminosity is brightness: - is darker, + is lighter
    M, 278, OK—Left/right margins

    Printer settings
    M, 261, OK—Paper size
    M, 262, OK—Paper type
    M, 263, OK—Reduction
    M, 264, OK—Left/right margins



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    Paper jam
    In case of a paper jam, try to pull out the paper.
    If this is not possible, press M, 74 and OK to
    eject the paper.
    Vertical stripes
    If your MF-JET 450 makes vertical stripes when
    copying, scanning or faxing, the scanner glass
    might be dirty (see Care and maintenance).
    Horizontal stripes
    When your MF-JET 450 makes horizontal stripes
    and/or makes rattling noises when copying, scanning or faxing, the scanner might be locked.
    Open the machine. Unlock the scanner with the
    lever on the underside of the printer cover and
    close the machine.

    Before you call the technical service
    If you can’t solve your problem with the proposals above, please unplug your MF-JET 450 from
    the mains and reconnect it after a few minutes.

    Ordering information
    You can order original cartridges and cleaning accessories at your local dealer or directly by calling
    0800 358 08 07 (in the UK).

    Change cartridges
    v The display tells you when a cartridge
    (black or colour) is coming to the end or
    is finally empty. When changing a cartridge,
    check that you are inserting the correct
    “Plug’n’Print” card. The relevant information is on the back of the “Plug’n’Print” card.
    Please use only original PHILIPS ink cartridges!
    1 Open the machine by pulling the lever under
    the control panel.

    Hints & tips

    Hints & tips

    The machine doesn’t print
    If your MF-JET 450 doesn’t print correctly, the
    reason might be that the protective strips were not
    removed completely from the printing cartridge.
    Open the machine and remove the cartridges.
    Remove film residue, replace the cartridges and
    close the machine.
    v Every time you open and close the
    machine you will see the question New
    cartridge? Press X to return to the
    initial mode.

    2 The position of the cartridge holder will show
    you which cartridge needs to be replaced. The
    arrows point to the cartridge that is empty.

    Speaker
    If a fax transmission fails you can use this function to check the line (you will hear a connection
    being set up).
    1 Press M, 35 and OK. The built-in loudspeaker is switched on and you will hear the dial
    tone. Insert the document. Dial the number
    and press Y. Fax transmission is started.
    2 Press M, 35, then OK twice. Fax reception
    is started.

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    Hints & tips

    3 Open the cartridge holder.

    9 Insert the chip card “Plug’n’Print” with the
    contacts facing up into the slot below the
    control panel to update the cartridge information.

    4 Remove the empty cartridge.

    5 Take the ink cartridge out of its packaging
    and remove the protective strip. Be careful
    not to touch the nozzles and the contacts.

    10 The cartridge is loaded when the following appears on the display: Action completed
    Remove card

    Cartridge capacity
    6 Insert the cartridge with the “nose” down into
    the cartridge holder—the black cartridge
    right and the colour cartridge left.

    The machine records ink consumption and from
    this calculates the amount left.
    v The amount left is only valid if you load
    each new cartridge with the chip card supplied.
    Press M, 73 and OK. Press / to see the
    current capacity of the black and the colour
    cartridges.

    7 Close the cartridge holder. You will hear a
    click when it snaps shut.
    8 Close the machine.

    Logs
    The logs list contains the last 30 transmissions
    (faxes sent and received and SMS messages). A
    report will be automatically printed after every 30
    transmissions. However, you may request a printout at any time.
    Press M, 52 and OK. The logs are printed.

    Commands
    Your device will file all transmission commands
    (including faxes ready for polling or for delayed
    sending) in a list known as the waiting queue.

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    Locking the keyboard

    Documents in the waiting queue may have the
    following status:

    1 Press M, 712 and OK.

    TX—polling transmission

    2 Enter the four-digit interlock code (see Entering the code) and press OK.

    DOC—in deposit

    3 Use / to select WITH and press OK.

    POL—polling reception

    The access code must be entered each time the
    machine is used.

    in progress—ongoing commands
    SMS—SMS transmission
    Press M, 62 and OK. Use / to select a
    document from the waiting queue and confirm
    with OK. Modify the parameters and confirm
    with OK.
    Immediate transmission
    Press M, 61 and OK. Use / to select the
    document in the waiting queue and confirm with
    Y or OK to immediately perform the selected
    fax or SMS transmission.
    Cancelling a transmission
    Press M, 63 and OK. Use / to select the
    document in the waiting queue and confirm with
    OK.
    Printing a document

    v After each operation, the machine locks
    automatically. To unlock the keyboard,
    enter WITHOUT in step 3.
    Locking numbers
    You can also just lock the keypad for numbers
    with a code. Transmissions are only possible
    from numbers included in the directory.
    1 Press M, 713 and OK.
    2 Enter the four-digit interlock code (see Entering the code) and press OK.
    3 Use / to select only direct. and press
    OK.
    v After each operation, the machine locks
    automatically. To unlock the keyboard,
    enter FREE in point 3.

    Press M, 64 and OK. Use / to select the
    document in the waiting queue and confirm with
    OK.

    Care and maintenance

    Printing the waiting queue

    Cleaning the machine

    Press M, 65 and OK. A list of the documents
    queuing for transmission will be printed.

    Use a soft, fluff-free cloth. You can also use a
    special cloth for cleaning machines (see Ordering
    information). Never use liquid or gaseous cleaning agents (sprays, scouring agents, polishes, alcohol etc.). Do not allow any moisture to penetrate
    inside the device.

    Lock
    You can block access to the keypad for numbers
    or to the whole keyboard of your MF-JET 450.
    Entering the code

    Hints & tips

    Consulting or modifying

    Cleaning the scanner glass
    1 Open the scanner cover.

    Enter a four-digit code. This code is also used to
    cancel the keyboard lock.
    1 Press M, 711 and OK.
    2 Enter the four-digit interlock code and press
    OK.
    3 Enter the code one more time and press OK.
    v When a code is already registered, the
    machine asks you first to give the old code
    before allowing you to modify it.

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    Hints & tips

    2 Carefully wipe the scanner glass (A) with a
    fluff-free cloth.

    B
    1x

    A

    3 Close the scanner cover.
    Cleaning and aligning the cartridges
    If the quality of printed documents deteriorates,
    the cartridges should be cleaned and aligned.
    1 Press M, 72111 and OK. The cartridge will be cleaned automatically.
    2 Press M, 72121 and OK. The machine prints out a test page that helps you
    position the print heads of the two cartridges
    correctly. This is necessary to achieve the best
    possible print quality.
    3 Use the number keypad to enter the number
    of the field in which the arrow appears clearest.
    enter VALUE A
    4 Confirm with OK and repeat these steps for
    values B, C and D.
    enter VALUE B
    If the printing quality is still not satisfactory, you
    need to clean the cartridges manually:
    1 Open the machine, release the cartridges from
    their holder (see Change cartridges) and clean
    the contacts (A) with a dry, fluff-free cloth.

    v Never touch the nozzles and contacts
    with your fingers and avoid shaking the
    cartridge!
    Every time you open and close the machine you will see the question New
    cartridge? Press X to return to the
    initial mode.

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    2 Place a lint-free cloth on a smooth surface.
    Moisten half of the cloth (A). Hold the cloth
    firmly to prevent creasing. Place the nozzle
    end of the cartridge on the moistened half
    (A) and move the cartridge in the direction of
    the arrow (B) into the dry half (C). Do this
    once only.

    C

    3 Clean the golden contacts of the holder before re-inserting the cartridge.
    4 Use / to choose BLACK=OLD? and press
    twice OK.
    5 Use / to choose COLOuR=OLD? and press
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    Functions list
    Press M, 51 and OK to print a function list.
    Directory
    11 ADD NAME................................................. 17
    Add a name with a number to the directory
    12 ADD LIST ..................................................... 17
    Join several directory entries to form a list
    13 MODIFY........................................................ 17
    Modify directory entries or lists
    14 CANCEL........................................................ 17
    Delete directory entries or lists

    35 MANUAL CALL .......................................... 31
    Manual fax transmission
    SMS Service
    41 SEND SMS .................................................... 28
    Send an SMS message
    42 READ SMS.................................................... 28
    Read SMS messages
    43 DELETE SMS .............................................. 28
    Delete SMS messages from the memory
    44 PRINT SMS................................................... 28
    Print-out SMS messages
    45 PARAMETERS............................................. 29
    Settings for sending SMS
    46 SMS CENTERS ............................................ 29
    Set access numbers for SMS

    15 PRINT ............................................................ 17
    Print the directory

    Print

    Setup

    51 FUNCTIONS LIST ..................................... 35
    Print a list of functions

    21 DATE/TIME ................................................ 15
    Set the current date and time
    22 NUMBER/NAME....................................... 15
    Set your telephone number and your name
    23 SEND ....................................................... 20, 29
    Set parameters for sending faxes
    24 RECEPTION................................................ 29
    Set parameters for receiving faxes
    25 TEL. NETWORK........................................ 15
    Settings for a private branch exchange system
    26 PRINTER ...................................................... 30
    Settings for the printer
    27 FLAT BED SCAN ....................................... 30
    Settings for scanning
    29 TECHNICALS ....................................... 16, 36
    Advanced technical settings
    20 GEOGRAPHICAL...................................... 15
    Set country and language
    Fax
    31 TRANSMISSION......................................... 21
    Send a fax
    32 POLLING RX .............................................. 21
    Retrieve a fax from a polling provider
    33 POLLING TX .............................................. 21
    Provide a fax for polling
    34 FAX ANSW.................................................... 20
    Set fax memory reception (memory lock)

    52 LOGS.............................................................. 32
    Print a log of the last 30 transmissions

    Appendix

    Appendix

    53 DIRECTORY ............................................... 17
    Print the directory (is also function 15)
    54 SETUP...................................................... 15, 29
    Print the settings
    55 COMMANDS .............................................. 33
    Print a list of the commands in the waiting
    queue (is also function 65)
    Commands
    61 PERFORM .................................................... 33
    Immediately perform a command in the
    waiting queue
    62 MODIFY........................................................ 33
    Modify a command in the waiting queue
    63 CANCEL........................................................ 33
    Delete a command from the waiting queue
    64 PRINT ............................................................ 33
    Print details of a command in the waiting
    queue
    65 PRINT LIST.................................................. 33
    Print a list of the commands in the waiting
    queue
    Others
    71 LOCK ............................................................. 33
    Limit the access to the machine
    72 PRINT. CARTR. ........................................... 34
    Clean, align and exchange cartridges

    35



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    Appendix

    73 CART CAPACITY ....................................... 32
    Check the capacity of the ink cartridges
    74 PAPER FEED............................................... 31
    Feed paper through the mechanism

    Printer
    Type
    Resolution
    Printing speed

    Technical settings
    Your MF-JET 450 is delivered with factory-default settings.
    v Only change the technical settings if
    prompted to do so by authorised service
    personnel!
    Press M, 29 and OK. Use / to select and
    modify the desired parameter and press OK.

    Technical data

    Printing width
    Printing length
    Paper dimensions
    Paper weight
    Copier
    Type
    Resolution

    General
    Dimensions
    (W×D×H)
    Weight
    Power supply
    Power consumption
    in stand-by mode
    Memory
    Directory capacity
    Telephone connection
    type
    Chip card

    460×397×185 mm
    approx. 6,5 kg
    220–240 V / 50–60 Hz
    approx. 10 W
    50 pages
    200 entries
    PSTN/PABX

    Scanner driver

    Fax type
    Connection type
    Dialling type
    Modulation

    ISO 7816-4

    Coding scheme
    Modem speed
    Resolution

    USB slave 1.1
    Windows® 98 SE/2000/
    ME/XP
    TWAIN/WIA

    SMS

    Scanner
    Type
    Resolution
    Scanning area
    Scanning width
    Scanning speed

    36

    CCD colour
    600×600 dpi
    210×297 mm
    206 mm
    b/w: 10.5 seconds/page
    colour: 17.5 seconds/
    page

    stand-alone coloured
    fast: 300×300 dpi
    normal: 600×600 dpi
    quality: 1200×1200 dpi

    Fax

    PC connection
    Connection type
    Operating systems

    colour bubble ink-jet
    2400×1200 dpi
    b/w: up to 13 pages/
    minute
    colour: up to 7 pages/
    minute
    203.2 mm
    b/w: 284.3 mm
    colour: 279.1 mm
    width: 88.9–203.2 mm
    length: 127–283.3 mm
    A4 80 g/m2
    A5 min. 120 g/m2

    Gateway
    Memory

    ITU T30, G3
    PSTN/PABX
    DTMF
    V17/V29/V27ter/V21/
    V34
    MH, MR, MMR
    33k6 bps
    normal mode:
    200×100 dpi
    fine/photo mode:
    200×200 dpi
    super fine mode:
    200×400 dpi

    V23
    30 messages

    Guarantee
    (UK Terms and Conditions)
    SAGEM SA is the European Number 1 in fax
    and offers a complete range of fax terminals
    with Internet access and SMS function, multifunctional terminals and servers covering the
    needs of all its customers—from home-users to
    multinational organisations.



  • Page 37

    If you bought your equipment from SAGEM
    directly, the following shall apply:
    A SAGEM undertakes to remedy by repair, free
    of charge for labour and replacement parts, any
    defects in the equipment during a period of
    twelve (12) months from the date of original delivery of the equipment, where those defects are
    a result of faulty workmanship.
    During this twelve month guarantee period, the
    defective equipment will be repaired free of
    charge; the customer must however return the
    defective equipment at his/her own expense, to
    the address given by SAGEM After Sales Department, the phone number of which can be found
    on the delivery slip.
    Unless the customer has concluded with SAGEM a maintenance contract in respect of the
    equipment which specifically provides for repairs
    to be carried out at the customer’s premises, the
    repairs will not be carried out on the equipment
    at the customer’s premises.
    The following sentence applies to purchases of
    equipment for the customer’s trade, business
    or profession. Except as otherwise expressly
    provided in this document and to the extent
    permitted by law, SAGEM makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, statutory
    or otherwise, and to such extent, all terms and
    conditions implied by law are hereby excluded.
    This guarantee does not affect the customer’s
    statutory rights.
    B Exclusions from guarantee
    SAGEM shall have no liability under the guarantee in respect of:


    damage, defects breakdown or malfunction
    due to:

    ·

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

    ·

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

    ·

    modifications made without the written approval of SAGEM; or

    ·

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

    ·

    unsuitable operating conditions, particularly
    of temperature and humidity; or

    ·

    repair or maintenance of the equipment by
    persons not authorised by SAGEM; or



    wear and tear from normal daily use of the
    equipment and its accessories



    damage due to insufficient or bad packaging
    of equipment when returned to SAGEM



    supply of new versions of software



    work on any equipment or software modified
    or added without the prior written consent of
    SAGEM



    malfunctions not resulting from the equipment or from software installed in user workstations for the purpose of use of the equipment



    communication problems related to an unsuitable environment, including:

    ·

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

    ·

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

    ·

    the local network fault (wiring, servers, workstations) or the failure of the transmission
    network



    the normal servicing (as defined in the user
    guide supplied with the equipment) as well
    as malfunctioning due to servicing not being
    carried out, servicing costs are in any event
    always borne by the customer.

    Appendix

    In order to apply the guarantee, you should
    contact your dealer. Proof of purchase will be
    required. Should malfunctioning arise, the dealer
    will advise you what to do.

    C In the cases set forth in § B as well as after
    expiry of the twelve month guarantee period, the
    customer must ask SAGEM for an estimate, and
    he/she must accept the estimate and agree to pay
    the charges mentioned in it before returning the
    equipment to SAGEM. The repair and delivery
    costs will be invoiced to the customer.
    The foregoing shall apply unless otherwise agreed
    in writing with the customer and only for the UK.
    If any provision of this guarantee shall be held to
    be in whole or in part invalid or illegal due to an
    obligatory rule applicable to consumers pursuant
    to their national legislation, such invalidity or illegality shall not impair or affect the remaining
    provisions or parts of this guarantee.

    37



  • Page 38

    Appendix
    38

    Index
    A
    Acrobat Reader 10
    additional devices 7
    additional telephone 16,
    21
    address book. see directory A-Z
    add group 17
    add list. see add group
    add name 17
    aligning the cartridges 34
    answer code 20
    automatic printing 29

    B

    D
    date and time 15
    delayed transmission 21
    delete
    key 3
    deleting an SMS 28
    directory A-Z 3, 17, 19
    add group 17
    add name 17
    cancel 17
    modify 17
    print 17
    transfer to a PC 17
    display 2
    document
    insert 22
    scan 24

    basic settings
    help function 15
    beep 29
    black-and-white copy 3
    broadcast 3, 19

    E

    C

    F

    cable plug socket 7
    cancel 17
    cancelling a transmission 33
    capacity 32
    care and maintenance 33
    cartridge 31
    black 9
    colour 9
    cartridge alignment 10
    cartridge capacity 32
    cartridge holder 9
    change cartridges 31
    chip card
    Plug’n’Print 32
    cleaning
    the machine 33
    the scanner glass 33
    colour copy 3
    commands 32
    confirm 3
    key 3
    connections 7
    contents of the installation CD 14
    contrast 3, 20, 23
    control panel 2
    copy 3, 22
    black-and-white 3
    colour 3
    optional 22
    standard 22
    copying quality 22
    country 15
    country selection 9
    cover 2
    creative copy 22
    cursor 3

    fax 19
    fax answering device 20
    fax settings 29
    functions 3
    functions list 35

    e-mail 24
    exit tray 2
    external answering machine 16

    G
    group
    add (directory A-Z)
    17
    guarantee 36

    H
    help 3
    function 15
    horizontal stripes 31

    I
    immediate transmission
    33
    ink cartridges 6
    inserting a document 22
    inserting cartridges 9
    installation 6, 10
    installation CD 6
    ISDN connection 15

    K
    keyboard 3, 33

    L
    language 15
    LINE 7
    Linux 10

    loading paper 6
    lock 33
    entering the code 33
    locking numbers 33
    locking the keyboard
    33
    logs 32

    M
    Macintosh® 10
    mains cable 6, 9
    maintenance 33
    manual call 31
    memory 2
    memory fax reception
    29
    memory lock 20
    menu functions 15
    MF-Inkjet 10
    MF-TWAIN driver 25
    minimum configuration
    10
    modify 17

    N
    name
    correct 10
    enter 10
    network type. see PABX
    nozzles 34
    number 15
    correct 10
    enter 10
    numbers 3
    number of copies 29

    O
    OCR 24
    optional copy 22
    ordering information 31

    P
    PABX 15
    panel 2
    paper
    standard format 6
    paper exit tray 2
    paper feed 31
    paper jam 6, 31
    Paper Port 10
    paper tray 2, 6
    PC 17
    PC connection 10
    Photo Impression 10
    Plug’n’Print
    chip card 32
    starter card 6, 10
    polling 21
    delayed 21
    reception 21
    transmission 21

    power supply 6, 9
    printer settings 30
    printing 26
    number of copies 26
    paper size 26
    paper type 26
    print quality 26
    status of the printer
    27
    printing an SMS 28
    printing a document 33
    printing messages 20
    printout
    Help page 15
    print directory 17
    print the waiting queue
    33

    R
    receiving an SMS 28
    receiving faxes 20
    reception mode 29
    redial 3, 19
    resolution 2, 3, 20
    RGB 23

    S
    safety instructions 5
    saturation 23
    scan 3, 24
    three-dimensional
    objects 24
    scanner cover 2
    scanner glass 33
    scan settings 30
    scan to PC 24
    scan window 24
    sender name 29
    sending a fax 19
    send report 19, 20
    send SMS 28
    service provider 28
    set-up 6
    settings 15
    settings list 29
    SMS 26, 28
    receiving 28
    send 28
    settings 29
    SMS settings 29
    socket
    cable plug 7
    telephone 8
    software installation 10
    Acrobat Reader 10
    MF-Inkjet 10
    Paper Port 10
    Photo Impression 10
    software installation
    Acrobat Reader 10
    MF-Inkjet 10
    Paper Port 10
    Photo Impression 10



  • Page 39

    T
    technical data 36
    technical service 31
    technical settings 36
    telephone book. see directory A-Z
    telephone cable 6
    telephone socket 8
    text input 3
    three-dimensional objects
    scan 24
    time 10
    time and date 10
    transfer to a PC 17
    transmission 2, 33
    tray 2

    Appendix

    sorted printing 29
    sorted sending 29
    speaker 31
    stand-by mode 3, 15
    standard copy 22
    start 3
    starter card
    Plug’n’Print 6, 10
    stop 3
    stripes 31

    U
    unpacking 6
    USB cable 10
    USB port 10, 11

    V
    vertical stripes 31

    W
    waiting queue 32
    Windows® 10, 11

    39



  • Page 40

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

    The cardboard box and the protective cardboard can
    be recycled as waste paper; corresponding to your
    country’s demands dispose the plastic foils either for
    recycling or with your rubbish.

    DECLARATION
    (DoC)

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

    OF

    CONFORMITY

    Hereby,
    SAGEM
    Communication
    Austria GmbH, declares that this PHILIPS
    MFP 450 is in compliance with the essential
    requirements and other relevant provisions of
    Directive 1999/5/EC.

    www.sagem.com
    E-mail: dti.faxinfoline@sagem.com

    Should you require a copy of the original DoC,
    please visit our web site.
    United Kingdom:
    This product is intended for use on an analogue
    public switched network (PSTN) and for use in
    the country indicated on the label of the box.
    The machine may not work in other countries.

    Tel.:
    Fax:

    0870 124 37 37
    0870 124 02 02

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

    SAGEM SA
    Le Ponant de Paris
    27, rue Leblanc
    75512 PARIS CEDEX 15

    This operating manual has been printed on chlorine-free recycled paper to meet the highest environmental standards.

    Technical changes and errors excepted.
    non-contractual document
    Copyright © 2004 SAGEM Communication Austria
    GmbH

    abc5103 506 4145.1

    GB/INT

    (C4)






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