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WARNING FCC Regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this
equipment not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to
operate this equipment.
FOR YOUR RECORDS
Please record the model number and serial number below, for easy reference, in case of loss
or theft. These numbers are located on the rear side of the unit.
Space is also provided for other relevant information.
Model Number____________________________________________________________
Serial Number ____________________________________________________________
Date of Purchase__________________________________________________________
Place of Purchase _________________________________________________________
Note: 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 the 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.
NOTE The laser component of the UX-1000/1100 is rated Class 1 and complies with 21
CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 of the CDRH standards. This means that the machine does
not produce hazardous laser radiation.
ABOUT THE TELEPHONE CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT OF 1991
"The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it unlawful for any person to use
a computer or other electronic device to send any message via a telephone facsimile
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 following information:
(1) The date and time of transmission.
(2) Identification of either the business, business entity or individual sending the message.
(3) Telephone number of either the sending machine, business, business entity or
individual.
In order to program this information into your facsimile machine, please refer to the
appropriate instructions in the operation manual."
As an ENERGY STAR
®
partner, SHARP has deter-
mined that this product meets the
ENERGY STAR
®
guidelines for energy efficiency.
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  • Page 1

    WARNING  FCC Regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this
    equipment not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to
    operate this equipment.

    Note: 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 the 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.

    NOTE  The laser component of the UX-1000/1100 is rated Class 1 and complies with 21
    CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 of the CDRH standards. This means that the machine does
    not produce hazardous laser radiation.

    ABOUT THE TELEPHONE CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT OF 1991
    "The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it unlawful for any person to use
    a computer or other electronic device to send any message via a telephone facsimile
    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 following information:
    (1) The date and time of transmission.
    (2) Identification of either the business, business entity or individual sending the message.
    (3) Telephone number of either the sending machine, business, business entity or
    individual.
    In order to program this information into your facsimile machine, please refer to the
    appropriate instructions in the operation manual."

    ENERGY STAR® partner, SHARP has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR®

    As an

    guidelines for energy efficiency.

    FOR YOUR RECORDS
    Please record the model number and serial number below, for easy reference, in case of loss
    or theft. These numbers are located on the rear side of the unit.
    Space is also provided for other relevant information.
    Model Number ____________________________________________________________
    Serial Number ____________________________________________________________
    Date of Purchase __________________________________________________________
    Place of Purchase _________________________________________________________



  • Page 2

    Quick Reference Guide
    Installation

    4. Enter your fax number (max. of 20 digits)
    by pressing the number keys.

    ♦ If you make a mistake, press the

    TEL
    SET.

    EXT
    .
    PHO
    NE

    HOLD/SEARCH key to move the cursor
    back to the mistake, then enter the correct
    number or letter. (To move the cursor forward, press the SPEAKER key.)
    TEL
    LIN .
    E

    START

    5. Press the START key:
    6. Enter your name by pressing the appropriate number keys as shown below. Press
    each key one or more times until the desired letter appears in the display.

    TEL
    LIN .
    E

    1. Connect the handset as shown.
    2. Plug one end of the telephone line into the
    TEL. LINE jack on the rear of the fax, and
    the other end into your telephone wall jack.

    ABC

    1
    GHI

    4
    PQRS

    7
    3. Plug the power cord into a grounded, 120 V
    outlet.

    Installation with an answering machine
    and/or extension telephone
    4. Remove the seal covering the TEL. SET
    jack on the rear of the fax. Connect an extension telephone or answering machine to
    the TEL. SET jack.
    5. If desired, connect an extension phone to
    the answering machine.

    Entering your name and
    number
    FCC regulations require your name and fax
    number to appear on all documents you send.
    To program your fax to do this automatically,
    follow the steps below:
    1. Press the FUNCTION key and then press
    "3": FUNCTION

    3

    2
    JKL

    5
    TUV

    8

    DEF

    3
    MNO

    SPEED
    DIAL

    REDIAL

    6
    WXYZ

    9

    HOLD/
    SEARCH

    SPEAKER

    0

    Deletes highlighted letter
    Upper/lower
    case shift key
    Moves cursor to
    the left.
    Moves cursor to
    the right.

    Press either key one or more times to select
    and enter a symbol.

    ♦ Enter a space with the "1" key.
    ♦ To enter two letters in succession which require using the same key, press the
    SPEAKER key after entering the first letter.
    Example: To enter "ABZ Co.", press:
    "2" twice for the letter A,
    Press SPEAKER to move the cursor to the
    right,
    "2" three times for the letter B,
    "9" five times for the letter Z,
    "1" twice for a space,
    "2" four times for the letter C,
    Press REDIAL for a lower case letter,
    "6" four times for the letter o,
    "#" once for a period.

    ENTRY MODE will appear in the display.
    2. Press the "#" key twice:

    7. When finished, press the START key and
    then the STOP key.
    START
    STOP

    OWN NUMBER SET will appear in the display.
    3. Press the START key:

    START

    (See Pages 14-15 of your operation manual.)



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    Quick Reference Guide
    Setting the date and time
    To set the date and time, press the following
    keys: FUNCTION
    3

    DATE & TIME SET will appear in the display.
    START

    Press the START key:

    Enter two digits for the Month (01 through 12).

    To clear a Speed Dial number, press the following sequence of keys: FUNCTION
    3

    Press "2" and then enter the 2-digit Speed
    Dial number.
    Press:

    STOP

    START

    (See Pages 22-24 of your operation manual.)

    Enter two digits for the Day (01 through 31).
    Enter two digits for the Year (00 through 99).
    Enter two digits for the Hour (01 through 12).
    Enter two digits for the Minute (00 through 59).

    Sending documents

    Press the "*" key for A.M. or the "#" key for
    P.M.

    Place your document
    (up to 20 pages) face
    down in the document
    feeder.

    When finished, press the START key and
    then the STOP key: START
    STOP

    (See Page 17 of your operation manual.)

    Normal Dialing
    SPEAKER

    1. Lift the handset or press

    Storing and clearing numbers
    for automatic dialing
    To store a new number or change an existing
    number, press the following sequence of keys:
    FUNCTION

    3

    FAX/TEL # MODE will appear in the display.
    1. Press the "1" key:

    1

    2. Enter a 2-digit number (from "01" to "99")
    by pressing the number keys. This will be
    the Speed Dial number.
    3. Enter the full telephone/fax number.

    2. Dial the fax number by pressing the number
    keys.
    3. Wait for the reception tone (if a person answers, ask them to press their Start key).
    4. Press your START key and then replace
    the handset.

    Rapid Key Dialing
    Press the appropriate Rapid Key (if the Rapid
    Key is from 20 to 38, press the SHIFT key
    first). Transmission will begin.

    Speed Dialing
    1. Press the SPEED DIAL key:

    SPEED
    DIAL

    START

    4. Press the START key:
    5. Enter the name of the location by pressing
    number keys (max. of 20 characters).
    6. Press the START key:

    2. Enter the Speed Dial number by pressing
    the number keys.
    3. Press:

    START

    START

    7. Return to Step 3 to store another number,
    or press STOP to exit.

    Direct Keypad Dialing
    1. Enter the fax number by pressing the number keys.
    2. Press:

    START

    (See Pages 32-34 of your operation manual.)



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    Quick Reference Guide
    Installing the imaging film

    Receiving Documents
    Press the RECEPTION
    MODE key until "AUTO"
    or "MANU" appears in the
    display.

    RECEPTION
    MODE

    AUTO reception: The fax will automatically answer after four rings and receive the incoming
    document.
    MANUAL reception: Lift the handset when the
    fax rings. If you hear a fax tone, wait until
    RECEIVING appears in the display, then hang
    up (if RECEIVING doesn’t appear, press the
    START key). If the calling party talks to you,
    press your START key to begin reception.
    (See Pages 37-38 of your manual.)

    Loading paper
    1. Insert the paper tray
    into the fax if not yet installed.

    3. Pull the paper release
    plate toward you.

    ♦ If any paper remains in

    3. Hold the empty spool
    so that the end with
    only one slot is on the
    left, and lower the
    spools into the printing
    compartment so that
    the gears fit into the
    slots on each side of
    the compartment.

    5. Pull the empty spool toward the back of the
    compartment, unwinding the leader from the
    spool with film. Insert
    the empty spool into
    the compartment so
    that the gear and spool
    fit into the slots on
    each side of the compartment.

    the tray, take it out and
    combine it into a single
    stack with the new paper.

    LETTER
    LEGAL

    5. Press the following sequence of keys:
    FUNCTION

    2. Insert two of the
    gears into the ends
    of the spool with
    film.

    4. Cut the band holding
    the spools together
    with scissors, and remove it. Insert the remaining gear into the
    right end of the
    empty spool and the
    flange into the left
    end of the empty
    spool.

    2. Remove the paper
    cover if it is on the tray.
    (For legal paper, flip up
    the tray externder.)

    4. Insert the stack of
    paper into the tray.
    Replace the tray
    cover and then push
    the paper release
    plate back down.

    1. Press the release
    marked OPEN and
    open the print compartment cover.

    6

    Press "1" if you loaded letter size paper, or
    "2" if you loaded legal size paper.
    STOP
    When finished, press:
    (See pages 9-10 of your manual.)

    6. Wind the film slightly
    to remove slack and
    then close the
    printer compartment
    cover.
    7. If you replaced the film, press the following
    sequence of keys (this is not necessary for
    the sample film included with the fax):
    FUNCTION

    START

    6

    (See Pages 2-5 of your operation manual.)



  • Page 5

    Quick Reference Guide
    FUNCTION key menu
    The following chart shows the layout of the functions and settings accessed by pressing the FUNCTION key. First press the FUNCTION key, the appropriate numeric key
    as shown, and then "#" or "*" until the desired item appears.
    Instructions for making each setting appear in the display. If you have any difficulty, refer to the detailed instructions on the page shown below the setting.
    FUNCTION

    1

    2

    3

    Timer Mode

    Listing Mode

    Entry Mode

    Optional Settings

    Send Mode
    (66)

    Activity Report
    (77)

    Poll Mode
    (66)

    Timer List
    (79)

    Fax/Tel Numbers for Auto
    Dialing
    (22)

    Fine Resolution
    Priority
    (73)

    Telephone
    Number List
    (80)
    Passcode List
    (80)
    Option Setting
    List
    (80)
    Anti Junk
    Number List
    (81)
    Program and
    Group List
    (81)
    Caller ID List
    (82)
    Print Setup List
    (82)

    4

    Own Number
    and Name Set
    (14)

    Number of
    Rings in Auto
    Mode
    (73)

    Polling Security Select
    (64)

    Recall Wait Interval
    (74)

    Passcode Num- Recall Times
    bers for Polling (74)
    (65)
    Tel/Fax ReDate and Time mote Number
    Set
    (74)
    (17)
    Remote RecepDaylight Saving tion Select
    (18)
    (74)
    Store Junk
    Number
    (57)
    Priority Call
    Number
    (55)

    Fax Reception
    When TAD
    Fails
    (52, 75)
    Distinctive Ring
    (20, 75)
    Fax Signal Receive
    (75)
    Junk Number
    Check
    (76)
    Polling
    (76)
    Caller ID
    (76)

    Auto Cover
    Sheet
    Transaction Re- (76)
    port Print Select
    Activity Report
    (74)
    Auto Print
    Dial Mode
    (76)
    (74)
    ECM (76)
    TAD Connected
    (46, 75)
    Quiet Detect
    Time
    (47, 51, 75)



  • Page 6

    Quick Reference Guide

    5
    Cover Sheet
    Cover Sheet
    Header
    (30)

    6

    7

    Print Set-up

    Program/Group

    Initialize Film
    (5)

    Program Entry
    Mode
    (68)

    Reception Ratio
    (39)
    2 in 1 Print
    (39)
    Paper Type Set
    (10)
    Paper Size Set
    (10)
    Copy Cut-off
    (42)

    Grou p
    Mode
    (25)

    En t ry



  • Page 7

    Introduction
    Welcome to the UX-500/510 and thank you for choosing Sharp! In addition to
    providing you with the ease and convenience of plain-paper printing, the UX500/510 features a variety of special functions designed to increase the range
    and power of your communications.
    This manual gives you easy-to-follow instructions for installing and using the
    UX-500/510. The Table of Contents will show you where instructions for using
    each feature are located. While you may not need to read every section in detail
    at first, we recommend you at least look them over briefly.
    If you have any questions or problems which cannot be solved by reading this
    manual, please contact Sharp’s Customer Information Center. The number is 1800-BE SHARP.
    Important:

    • This facsimile machine is not designed for use on a line which has call
    waiting, call forwarding, or certain other special services offered by your
    telephone company. If you attempt to use the fax machine in conjunction
    with any of these services, you may experience errors during transmission
    and reception of facsimile messages.

    • This fax machine is not compatible with digital telephone systems. No other
    fax machines may be connected to the same line.
    Note: The illustrations in this manual show the UX-500.



  • Page 8

    Important safety information
    • If your facsimile equipment is not operating properly, you should immediately

    remove it from your telephone line, as it may cause harm to the telephone
    network.
    • The power outlet must be installed near the equipment and must be easily

    accessible.
    • Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
    • Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically

    designed for wet locations.
    • Never touch bare telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been

    disconnected at the network interface.
    • Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
    • Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm.

    There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
    • Do not use a telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
    • Do not install or use the machine near water, or when you are wet. Take care

    not to spill any liquids on the machine.



  • Page 9

    Table of Contents
    1

    2

    3

    4

    Installation

    1

    Unpacking Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Loading the Imaging Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Attachments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Loading Printing Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    1
    2
    6
    8
    9

    Initial Settings

    11

    Setup Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    A Look at the Operation Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Entering Your Name and Fax Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Entering Letters for Names. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Setting the Date and Time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Selecting the Reception Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Distinctive Ring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Storing Numbers for Automatic Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Volume Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    11
    12
    14
    15
    17
    19
    20
    22
    26

    Sending Documents

    27

    Transmittable Documents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Loading the Document . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Optional Transmission Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Dialing and Transmission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    27
    28
    29
    32

    Receiving Documents

    37

    Using Auto Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
    Using Manual Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

    5

    Making Copies

    40

    6

    Making Telephone Calls

    43



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    7

    Answering Machine Hookup

    45

    Using the Hookup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
    Optional Hookup Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

    8

    Special Functions

    53

    Caller ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Blocking Reception of Unwanted Faxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Broadcasting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Polling (Requesting a Fax Transmission). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Timer Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Entering and Using Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

    53
    57
    59
    61
    63
    66
    68

    9

    Optional Settings

    73

    10

    Printing Reports and Lists

    77

    11

    Maintenance

    83

    12

    Troubleshooting

    85

    Problems and Solutions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
    Messages and Signals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
    Clearing Paper Jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90

    Specifications

    92

    FCC Regulatory Information

    96

    Guia de Consulta Rapida

    97

    Index

    100



  • Page 11

    Chapter

    1

    Installation

    Unpacking Checklist
    After unpacking your fax, make sure you have all the items shown below. If any
    are missing, contact your dealer or retailer.

    Rapid key
    labels

    Paper tray
    cover

    Operation
    manual

    Paper tray

    Handset cord

    Handset

    Telephone
    line cord

    3 gears and
    1 flange
    Sample
    imaging film

    Original document
    support (located
    between box and
    packing case)

    Points to keep in mind when setting up
    ♦ The fax must be installed on a level surface.
    ♦ Keep the fax away from air conditioners, heaters, direct sunlight, and dust.
    ♦ Provide easy access to the front, back, and sides of the fax. In particular,
    keep the area in front of the fax clear, or the original document may jam as
    it comes out after scanning.
    ♦ If the fax is moved from a cold to a warm place, it is possible that condensation may form on the reading glass, preventing proper scanning of documents for transmission. To remove the condensation, turn on the power and
    wait approximately two hours before using the fax.
    ♦ If your area experiences a high incidence of lightning or power surges, we
    recommend that you install surge protectors for the power and telephone
    lines. Surge protectors can be purchased at most telephone specialty stores.
    1



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    Chapter 1

    Installation

    Loading the Imaging Film
    The printer unit in your fax creates printed text and images by applying heat to
    the imaging film, which causes ink to be transferred from the film to the page.
    Follow the steps below to install or replace the imaging film.

    1

    Press the release marked OPEN and
    open the print compartment cover.
    • Caution! The printing head (the strip
    of metal on the underside of the cover)
    applies heat to the printing film. It may
    be hot if a document has just been
    printed.

    2

    2

    If you are replacing the imaging film,
    take the old film out of the printing compartment and remove the three (3) green
    gears and the green flange from the ends
    of the spools.
    DO NOT DISCARD THE GREEN
    GEARS AND THE GREEN
    FLANGE!



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    Chapter 1

    3

    Installation

    Take the new film out of its package,
    and insert two of the gears provided with
    the fax into the ends of the spool with
    film. Make sure that the two tabs on the
    gears fit properly into the slots in the
    ends of the spool.
    • Do not yet remove the band which
    holds the spools together.
    2 tabs

    4

    Hold the empty spool so that the end
    with only one slot is on the left, and
    lower the spools into the front of the
    printing compartment. The gears in the
    ends of the spool with film should fit into
    the slots on each side of the printing compartment.

    5

    Cut the band which holds the spools together with scissors, and remove it. Insert
    the remaining gear into the right end of
    the empty spool and the flange into the
    left end of the empty spool. Make sure
    the tabs on the gear and the flange fit into
    the slots in the ends of the spool (the gear
    has two tabs and the flange has one tab).
    Flange

    1 tab
    2 tabs

    Gear

    3



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    Chapter 1

    Installation

    6

    Pull the empty spool toward the back of
    the compartment, unwinding the film as
    you pull.

    7

    Insert the empty spool into the back of
    the compartment so that the gear and the
    flange fit into the slots on the sides of the
    compartment.
    • Make sure that the gear engages with
    the gear below it.

    8

    4

    Wind the film slightly (rotate the gear on
    the right side of the empty spool) so that
    there is no slack in the film. Make sure
    that both edges of the film wind onto the
    spool evenly.



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    Chapter 1

    9

    Installation

    Close the print compartment cover, making sure it clicks into place.
    • Caution! Close the cover slowly to
    make sure it doesn’t pinch your fingers.

    10

    If you replaced the film, initialize the
    new film by pressing the FUNCTION
    key, the "6" key, and the "#" key on the
    operation panel. Make sure that INITIALIZE FILM appears in the display, and
    then press the START key. (Do not perform this step if you installed the initial
    sample roll of film.)

    FUNCTION

    6

    START

    When to replace the imaging film
    The sample roll of imaging film provided with your fax is capable of printing approximately 65 pages of letter size paper. When it is used up, FILM END will
    appear in the display. Replace it with the following imaging film, which is available at your dealer or retailer.
    UX-15CR Imaging Film
    One roll of UX-15CR imaging film is capable of printing approximately 500
    pages of letter size paper when printed continuously.
    Caution!
    The text of documents printed with the imaging film is visible on the used
    film. If confidential information has been printed, dispose of the film
    appropriately.
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    Connections
    Connect the power cord, telephone line cord, and handset as shown below. If desired, you can also connect an answering machine or an extension telephone to
    your fax.
    ♦ Connecting an answering machine to the fax will allow you to receive both
    voice and fax messages on the same line while you are out. For details on
    using this feature, see Chapter 7. (Note: Do not connect an answering machine to your fax if you will be using the distinctive ring feature described
    in Chapter 2.)
    ♦ You can connect an extension phone to the fax to make and receive calls
    like any other extension phone on your line. For details on receiving faxes
    from an extension phone, see Chapter 4, "Receiving Documents".

    1

    Plug the power cord into a 120 V,
    60 Hz, grounded (3-prong) outlet.

    AC outlet

    Caution: Do not plug the power
    cord into any other kind of outlet.
    This will damage the machine and
    is not covered under the warranty.

    2

    To connect an answering machine
    or extension phone to the fax, first
    remove the seal covering the TEL.
    SET jack on the fax, and then insert
    the line for the answering machine
    or the extension phone into the
    TEL. SET jack. For an answering
    machine, the other end of the line
    should be connected to the answering machine’s telephone line jack,
    not its extension phone jack.

    If desired, you can connect an answering
    machine to the fax first, and then connect
    an extension phone to the answering machine’s extension phone jack.
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    Answering
    machine
    Extension
    telephone

    EXT
    PHO.
    NE

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    Connect the handset as shown and
    place it on the handset rest.

    Handset

    4
    TEL
    SET.

    TEL
    LIN .
    E

    Insert one end of the telephone line
    cord into the TEL. LINE jack. Insert the other end into a standard
    (RJ11C) single-line telephone wall
    jack.
    Be sure to insert the telephone line
    cord into the TEL. LINE jack. Do
    not insert it into the TEL. SET
    jack.

    Wall jack

    Comments:

    • Your fax is set for touch-tone dialing. If you are on a pulse dial (rotary) line,
    you must set the fax for pulse dialing by changing Option Setting 8. This
    procedure is described in Chapter 9, "Optional Settings".

    • If you intend to use a computer fax modem on the same phone line, you must
    reset Option Setting 13 to OFF in order to prevent transmission and reception
    errors. This procedure is described in Chapter 9, "Optional Settings".
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    Attachments
    Insert the paper tray into the back of the fax as shown.

    If desired, attach the original document support by inserting the ends into the
    holes in the bottom of the fax as shown.

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    Loading Printing Paper
    The paper tray holds the paper on which received documents and copies are
    printed. Up to 200 sheets of letter or legal size paper from 16 to 20 lbs. (60 to 75
    g/m2) can be loaded in the tray. Less sheets can be loaded when using heavier
    paper. The maximum allowed paper weight is 24 lbs. (90 g/m2).
    Note: When receiving or copying documents, do not allow more than 100
    pages to collect in the received document outlet. Otherwise, the outlet may become obstructed, causing paper jams.

    1

    Remove the paper cover if it is on the paper tray.
    • If you are going to load legal size paper, flip up the paper tray extender.

    2

    Fan the paper, and then tap the edge
    against a flat surface to even the stack.

    3

    Pull the paper release plate toward you
    and insert the stack of paper into the tray,
    print side down.
    • If paper remains in the tray, take it out
    and combine it into a single stack with
    the new paper before adding the new
    paper.

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    Replace the paper cover on the paper
    tray and then push the paper release
    plate back down.

    LETTER
    LEGAL

    • Important: Be sure to replace the paper cover before you push the paper
    release plate down.

    5

    6

    10

    Your fax has been set at the factory to
    scale the size of the printed image to letter size paper. If you have loaded legal
    paper, you must change this setting to legal. Press the FUNCTION key, the "6"
    key, the "*" key twice, and then press
    "1" to select letter, or "2" to select legal.
    When finished, press the STOP key. Be
    sure to change this setting every time
    you change the paper size.

    Your fax has been set at the factory to
    print on regular paper. If you have
    loaded high quality thermal transfer paper, you must change this setting to
    HIGH QUALITY. Press the FUNCTION key, the "6" key, the "*" key
    three times, and then press "1" to select
    regular, or "2" to select high quality paper. When finished, press the STOP key.
    Be sure to change this setting again if
    you change back to regular paper.

    FUNCTION

    6

    Letter

    1

    Legal

    or

    2

    STOP

    FUNCTION

    6
    Regular

    1

    High quality

    or

    STOP

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    2

    Initial
    Settings

    Setup Guide
    Before you can begin using your fax, there are some settings that must be made
    with the keys on the operation panel. Some of the settings are required for basic
    use of your fax, others may or may not be necessary depending on how you
    want to use the fax. The procedures for making the settings are described in this
    chapter in the order shown below (with the exception of Caller ID).

    Required settings:
    ♦ Entering your name and fax/telephone number in the fax
    ♦ Setting the fax to the current date and time
    ♦ Selecting the reception mode

    Settings which may be necessary:
    ♦ Distinctive ring: If you subscribe to a distinctive ring service from your
    telephone company (this is a service which allows you to use several different devices, each with its own phone number and ring pattern, on one line),
    you will want to select a ring pattern for your fax.
    ♦ Storing numbers for automatic dialing: Automatic dialing allows you to
    dial a full fax or phone number by simply pressing a Rapid Key, or by
    pressing the SPEED DIAL key and entering a 2-digit number. To use automatic dialing, you must store the desired fax and phone numbers in the fax.
    ♦ Volume: Adjustment of the volume of the speaker, handset, and ringer.
    ♦ Caller ID: If you subscribe to a Caller ID service from your telephone company, the fax will display and retain information which the telephone company provides about each call. To use this feature, set Option Setting 16 as
    described in Chapter 9, "Optional Settings". For information on using
    Caller ID, see "Caller ID" in Chapter 8.

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    A Look at the Operation Panel
    Before you make the settings, take a moment to familiarize yourself with the
    operation panel.

    SPEED DIAL key
    REDIAL key
    Press this key to
    automatically redial
    the last number dialed.

    ABC

    1
    Number keys
    Use these keys to dial
    numbers, and enter
    numbers and letters
    during number/name
    storing procedures.

    GHI

    DEF

    2
    JKL

    4
    PQRS

    Press this key to
    dial a 2-digit Speed
    Dial number.

    3
    MNO

    5
    TUV

    7

    SPEED
    DIAL

    REDIAL

    6
    WXYZ

    8

    HOLD/
    SEARCH

    9
    SPEAKER

    0

    HOLD/SEARCH key
    Press this key to search
    for an automatic dialing
    number, or, during a
    phone conversation, press
    this key to put the other
    party on hold.

    12

    SPEAKER key
    Press this key to
    dial a number
    without picking up
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    VOLUME keys
    Press these keys to adjust the volume of
    the handset when the handset is lifted,
    the volume of the speaker when the
    SPEAKER key has been pressed, or
    the volume of the ringer at all other times.

    Display
    This displays various
    messages during operation
    and programming.

    FUNCTION key
    Press this key to
    select various
    special functions.

    RESOLUTION key

    MEMORY key

    Press this key to
    adjust the resolution
    and contrast before
    sending or copying a
    document.

    Press this key to
    scan a document
    into memory before
    transmitting it.

    Rapid Dial Keys

    01

    02

    03

    20

    21

    22

    04

    05

    06

    07

    23

    24

    25

    26

    08

    09

    10

    11

    27

    28

    29

    30

    12

    13

    14

    15/POLL

    31

    32

    33

    34

    16/P1

    17/P2

    18/G1

    19/G2

    35

    36

    37

    38

    SHIFT

    DOWN

    RECEPTION
    MODE

    COPY/
    HELP

    UP

    VOLUME

    FUNCTION

    RESOLUTION

    START

    MEMORY

    Press one of these
    keys to dial a fax or
    voice number
    automatically. To
    dial the bottom
    number on a Rapid
    Key, press the
    SHIFT key before
    pressing the Rapid
    Key. (Note that you
    must attach the
    Rapid Key labels.)

    STOP

    COPY/HELP key
    When a document is in
    the feeder, press this key
    to make a copy. At any
    other time, press this key
    to print out the Help List,
    a quick reference guide
    to the operation of your
    fax.

    START key
    Press this key to send
    or receive a document.

    STOP key
    Press this key to
    stop operations
    before they are
    completed.

    RECEPTION MODE key
    Press this key to select
    the mode of reception.

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    Entering Your Name and Fax Number
    To have your name and fax/telephone number printed at the top of every page
    you transmit, program them by pressing the panel keys as shown below.
    ♦ You must program your name and fax number in order to comply with the
    Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (see inside of front cover).
    ♦ If you make a mistake, press the HOLD/SEARCH key to move the cursor
    back to the mistake, then enter the correct number or letter. (To move the
    cursor forward, press the SPEAKER key.)

    1

    Press the FUNCTION key and then the
    "3" key. ENTRY MODE will appear in
    the display.

    2

    Press the "#" key two times.
    OWN NUMBER SET will appear in the
    display.

    3

    Press the START key.

    4

    Enter your fax number (max. of 20 digits) by pressing the number keys. (To insert a space between digits, press the "#"
    key. To insert a "+", press the "*" key.)
    Press the START key.

    6

    Note that there are letters marked above
    each of the number keys. Enter your
    name by pressing the appropriate number key for each letter several times until
    the letter appears in the display. (Max. of
    24 characters.) For example, to enter "S"
    press "7" five times. See the following
    page for more details.

    14

    3

    START

    5

    7

    FUNCTION

    Press the START key and then the
    STOP key.

    5

    5

    5

    1

    2

    3

    4

    (Example)
    START

    (Example: SHARP)

    S:

    7

    7

    7

    H:
    A:

    4

    4

    4

    2

    2

    R:

    7

    7

    SPEAKER

    P:

    7
    START

    7

    7

    7

    (Move cursor)

    7
    STOP

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    Entering Letters for Names
    Names are programmed by pressing the number keys. You will notice that letters are marked above each of the number keys "2" through "9". To enter a letter
    (or number), press the appropriate key one or more times until the letter appears
    in the display (the number will appear first, followed by the letters in the order
    marked above the key). The keys used for entering letters and editing are shown
    below.
    Comments:

    • To enter two letters in succession which require using the same key, press the
    SPEAKER key after entering the first letter to move the cursor to the right.

    • To change a letter, move the cursor using the HOLD/SEARCH key or the
    SPEAKER key to the letter and enter the desired letter. The new letter will
    replace the old one.
    Letters and numbers
    Space
    Press this key twice
    to enter a space.

    To enter a letter or number, press
    the appropriate key repeatedly until
    the desired number/letter appears
    in the display (the number appears
    first, then the letters in the order
    marked above the key).

    Delete
    ABC

    1
    GHI

    2
    JKL

    4
    PQRS

    7

    5
    TUV

    8

    DEF

    3
    MNO

    SPEED
    DIAL

    REDIAL

    6
    WXYZ

    9

    Press this key to delete the
    letter highlighted by the cursor
    (if the cursor is to the right of
    the last letter entered, it will
    backspace and delete the last
    letter).

    Shift
    HOLD/
    SEARCH

    Press this key once to change
    case (press it again to change
    back).

    SPEAKER

    Cursor left

    0

    Press this key to move the
    cursor to the left.

    Cursor right
    Symbols

    Press this key to move the
    cursor to the right.

    Press either key repeatedly until the
    desired symbol appears (see the
    symbol list on the following page).

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    Symbol list
    To enter a symbol from the list below, press the "#" key or the "*" key repeatedly until the desired symbol appears.
    ←*

    #→

    . / ! " # $ % & ’ ( ) + + , - : ; < = > ? @ [ ¥ ] ^ _ p { | }→ ←

    Example
    The following is an example of entering the name "ABC Co. #1".
    ♦ The cursor in the display is indicated below by a rectangle:
    Step

    Press these keys:
    ABC

    1

    Display

    ABC

    A

    2

    2
    SPEAKER

    A

    2
    ABC

    3

    ABC

    ABC

    2

    2

    A

    2

    SPEAKER

    A B

    4
    ABC

    ABC

    ABC

    5

    2

    2

    6

    1

    1

    ABC

    7

    ABC

    2
    REDIAL

    1

    11
    12

    1
    START

    13

    16

    2

    ABC

    ABC

    MNO

    1

    2

    2
    MNO

    9
    10

    ABC

    2

    2
    6

    8

    B

    6

    MNO

    6

    A

    B

    C

    A

    B

    C

    A

    B

    C

    C

    A

    B

    C

    C o

    A

    B

    C

    C o .

    A

    B

    C

    C

    o .

    A

    B

    C

    C

    o

    A

    B

    C

    C

    o .

    MNO

    6

    .

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    Setting the Date and Time
    The date and time appear in the display and reports, and are printed at the top of
    every page you transmit. Set the date and time by pressing the keys on the operation panel as shown below.
    ♦ To correct a mistake, press the SPEED DIAL key to move the cursor back
    to the mistake, and then enter the correct number.

    1

    Press the FUNCTION key and then the
    "3" key. ENTRY MODE will appear in
    the display.

    2

    Press the "*" key four times.
    DATE & TIME SET will appear in the
    display.

    3

    Press the START key.

    4

    Enter a two-digit number for the month
    ("01" for January, "02" for February,
    "12" for December, etc.).

    0

    Enter a two-digit number for the day
    ("01" to "31").

    0

    5

    FUNCTION

    3

    START

    1
    (Example: January)

    5
    (Example: the 5th)

    6

    7

    Enter the last two digits of the year.
    (Note: In the year 2000, "00" will appear
    for the year.)

    Enter a two-digit number for the hour
    ("01" to "12") and a two-digit number
    for the minute ("00" to "59").

    9

    7
    (Example: 1997)

    0

    9

    2

    5

    (Example: 9:25)

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    8

    Press "*" to select A.M., or "#" to select
    P.M.

    9

    Press the START key and then the
    STOP key.

    or

    START

    Daylight Saving Time
    If desired, you can have the clock in your fax move forward and backward automatically at the beginning and end of Daylight Saving Time. To turn on this
    function, press the panel keys as follows:

    1

    Press the FUNCTION key and then the
    "3" key. ENTRY MODE will appear in
    the display.

    2

    Press the "*" key three times.
    DAYLIGHT SAVING will appear in the
    display.

    3

    Press "1" to turn on the Daylight Saving
    Time function, or "2" to turn it off.

    4

    18

    Press the STOP key.

    FUNCTION

    Yes

    1

    STOP

    3

    No

    or

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    Selecting the Reception Mode
    Your fax has two modes for receiving incoming calls and faxes:
    AUTO mode: In AUTO mode, the fax will automatically answer all calls after
    four rings and receive the incoming document.
    MANUAL mode: In MANUAL mode, you must answer all calls, including fax
    messages, using the fax’s handset or an extension phone connected to the same
    line.
    If you only intend to receive fax messages on the line connected to your fax machine, select AUTO mode. In this case, you will probably want to change the
    number of rings your fax waits before answering to one or two rings. This is
    done by setting Option Setting 2 as described in Chapter 9, "Optional Settings".
    If you intend to receive both fax messages and voice calls on the line connected
    to your fax machine, you can use either AUTO or MANUAL mode. In the case
    of AUTO mode, you must answer incoming calls before the fax does, but the
    fax will be able to receive fax messages at times when you are unable to answer
    personally. For more information on using AUTO and MANUAL modes, see
    Chapter 4, "Receiving Documents".

    Setting the reception mode
    Set the mode of reception with the
    RECEPTION MODE key on the panel.

    RECEPTION
    MODE

    • To select AUTO, press the key until
    "AUTO" appears in the display.
    • To select MANUAL, press the key until "MANU" appears in the display.

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    Distinctive Ring
    Distinctive ring is a service offered by some local telephone companies which allows you to use up to four different telephone numbers, each with a different
    ring pattern, on your regular single line. If you subscribe to a distinctive ring
    service you can set your fax to automatically answer when it detects one of
    those ring patterns, allowing you to use the number corresponding to that pattern
    as an exclusive fax number.
    Important:

    • To use distinctive ring, you must subscribe to a distinctive ring service from
    your local phone company. Do not make this setting if you do not subscribe
    to a distinctive ring service.

    • Your fax may not be compatible with some distinctive ring services.
    When using this feature, you must set the reception mode of your fax to AUTO
    as described in "Selecting the Reception Mode" in this chapter. When your designated fax number is dialed, your fax will automatically answer and begin reception after two rings. Note that other devices on the same line will also ring
    until your fax answers. If one of your other numbers is dialed, the fax will ring;
    however, it will not answer.
    To use distinctive ring, select one of the ring patterns below for your fax by
    pressing the panel keys as shown on the following page. The selections are as
    follows:
    1. RING PATTERN 1:

    Two short rings.

    2. RING PATTERN 2:

    One short, one long, and one short ring.

    3. RING PATTERN 3:

    Two short rings and one long ring.

    4. STANDARD RING:

    Your standard (normal) ring pattern.

    5. OFF SETTING:

    Answer all ring patterns (this turns distinctive ring
    off).

    Your fax has been set to "5" at the factory.

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    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    OPTION SETTING will appear in the
    display.

    2

    Press the keys shown at right.
    DISTINCTIVE RING will appear in the
    display.

    3

    Select a ring pattern by entering the appropriate number ("1" to "5" as shown in
    the list on the previous page).

    4

    Press the STOP key.

    FUNCTION

    Initial Settings

    4

    1
    (Example)

    STOP

    Note: If you are using an answering machine with your distinctive ring service, the answering machine must be connected to a separate wall jack. Do not
    connect it directly to your fax.

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    Storing Numbers for Automatic Dialing
    Automatic dialing is a quick and convenient way of dialing which is done by
    either pressing a Rapid Key (Rapid Key Dialing), or pressing the SPEED DIAL
    key and entering a 2-digit number (Speed Dialing). Automatic dialing can be
    used for both fax transmissions and voice calls.
    To use automatic dialing, you must first store the full number in your fax and assign a 2-digit Speed Dial number to it. You can also enter a name which appears
    in the display when the number is dialed. Up to 99 numbers can be stored.
    ♦ Speed Dial numbers from "01" to "38" can be used for both Rapid Key Dialing and Speed Dialing; Speed Dial numbers from "39" to "99" can only
    be used for Speed Dialing.
    ♦ To allow easy identification of the Rapid Keys, attach each strip of Rapid
    Key labels above the appropriate row of Rapid Keys. The arrangement of
    the keys is shown in "A Look at the Operation Panel" in this chapter. Each
    time you store a number for Rapid Key Dialing, write the name of the party
    above the appropriate key.

    Storing numbers
    Comments:

    • You may need to add a pause between certain digits in the number to allow
    time for connection. For example, if you are on a PBX telephone system that
    requires an access number to be dialed (such as "9") to access an outside line,
    you will need to enter a pause between the access number and the
    telephone/fax number of the other party. Pauses are entered by pressing the
    REDIAL key (2 seconds per pause). Several pauses can be entered in a row.
    ♦ If you make a mistake, press the HOLD/SEARCH key to move the cursor
    back to the mistake, then enter the correct number or letter. (To move the
    cursor forward, press the SPEAKER key.)

    1

    2
    22

    Press the keys shown at right.
    FAX/TEL. # MODE will appear in the
    display.

    Press "1" to select SET.

    FUNCTION

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    3



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    3

    4

    Enter a two-digit number (from "01" to
    "99") by pressing the number keys. This
    will be the Speed Dial number.

    Enter the fax or voice number by pressing the number keys (max. of 32 digits including pauses).

    5

    Press the START key.

    6

    Enter the name of the location or party
    by pressing the appropriate number key
    for each letter several times until the letter appears in the display (max. of 20
    characters). (See "Entering Letters for
    Names" in this chapter for more details.)
    If you don’t want to enter a name, skip
    this step.

    0

    Press the START key.

    8

    Return to Step 3 to store another number, or press STOP to exit. If the number
    will be used for Rapid Key Dialing, you
    can write the name on the label above
    the appropriate Rapid Key.

    1
    (Example)

    5

    5

    5

    1

    3

    2

    4

    (Example)

    START

    PQRS

    S:
    H:

    4
    ABC

    A:

    7
    GHI

    4

    PQRS

    PQRS

    7

    7

    PQRS

    7

    GHI

    4

    ABC

    2
    PQRS

    R:

    PQRS

    7
    GHI

    2
    PQRS

    7

    7

    PQRS

    PQRS

    7

    7

    SPEAKER

    (Move cursor)

    P:

    7

    Initial Settings

    PQRS

    PQRS

    7

    7

    (Example: SHARP)

    START

    STOP

    Step 3 or

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    Clearing numbers

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    FAX/TEL. # MODE will appear in the
    display.

    2

    Press "2" to select CLEAR.

    3

    Enter the Speed Dial number that you
    want to clear by pressing the number
    keys.

    4

    Press the START key.

    5

    Return to Step 3 to clear another number, or press STOP to exit.

    FUNCTION

    3

    2

    0

    1
    (Example)

    START

    STOP

    Step 3 or

    Making changes
    To make changes in a number previously stored, repeat the storing procedure.
    Select the Speed Dial number for which you want to make changes in Step 3,
    and then change the number and/or name when they appear in the display
    (Steps 4 and 6, respectively).
    Numbers and letters are changed as described in "Entering letters for names" in
    this chapter.

    ♦ A lithium battery keeps automatic dialing numbers in memory

    Your fax uses a lithium battery to keep automatic dialing numbers and other programmed data in memory when the power is turned off. Battery power is consumed primarily when the power is off. With the power kept continuously off,
    the life of the battery is about 5 years. If the battery dies, have your dealer or retailer replace it. Do not try to replace it yourself.
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    Storing numbers in Group Keys
    Group Keys allow you to dial a group of fax numbers by simply pressing the appropriate Group Key once. They are convenient for the Broadcasting function,
    which is used to transmit a document to a group of fax machines.
    Rapid Keys 18/G1 and 19/G2 can be programmed as Group Keys. To program
    or clear a Group Key, follow the steps below. Note that one key cannot be simultaneously programmed as both a Rapid Key and a Group Key.
    ♦ Up to 20 fax numbers can be stored in one Group Key.
    ♦ Only Speed Dial numbers can be stored in a Group Key. Full numbers cannot be stored.
    ♦ A Group Key cannot be cleared if it is has been programmed into a Program Key. First clear the Program Key as described in "Entering and Using
    Programs" in Chapter 8, then clear the Group Key. If you need to check
    which Program Key the Group Key is used in, print out the Program and
    Group List as described in Chapter 10.

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    GROUP ENTRY MODE will appear in
    the display.

    2

    Press "1" to program a Group Key, or
    "2" to clear a Group Key.

    3

    Press a Group Key (Rapid Key 18/G1 or
    19/G2) to select it. If you are clearing
    the key, go to Step 5.

    4

    Enter the Speed Dial numbers of the receiving machines.

    FUNCTION

    1

    7

    or

    2

    18/G1
    37

    (Example)

    0

    1

    0

    2
    (Example)

    5

    Press the START key.

    6

    Return to Step 3 to program or clear another Group Key, or press STOP to exit.

    START

    STOP

    Step 3 or

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    Volume Adjustment
    You can adjust the volume of the speaker, handset, and ringer using the UP and
    DOWN keys on the operation panel.

    Speaker
    The speaker has three volume levels: HIGH, MIDDLE, and LOW. To adjust the
    volume of the speaker, press the SPEAKER key and then press the UP or
    DOWN key until the desired level appears in the display. Press the SPEAKER
    key again to turn the speaker off.

    Handset
    The handset receiver has two volume levels: HIGH and MIDDLE. To adjust the
    volume of the handset receiver, lift the handset and then press the UP or
    DOWN key until the desired level appears in the display.

    Ringer
    The ringer has four volume levels: HIGH, MIDDLE, LOW, and OFF. To adjust
    the volume of the ringer, press the UP or DOWN key until the desired level appears in the display (make sure the SPEAKER has not been pressed and the
    handset is not lifted). The fax will ring at the new volume level each time you
    change the level. If you select OFF, press the START key to confirm your selection.

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    Documents

    Transmittable Documents
    Your fax can transmit most standard office documents. Specific guidelines are
    as follows:

    Size and weight
    The size and weight of documents which you can load in the document feeder
    depend on whether you load one sheet at a time or several sheets at once.
    One sheet at a time:
    14 lbs.

    5.0"

    36 lbs.
    2

    (52 g/m )

    2

    (135 g/m )

    39.4"

    (128 mm)

    (1.0 m)

    5.8"
    (148 mm)
    8.5"
    (216 mm)

    Several sheets at once:
    14 lbs.

    20 lbs.
    2

    (52 g/m )

    2

    (75 g/m )

    5.0"

    11"

    (128 mm)

    (279 mm)

    5.8"
    (148 mm)

    8.5"
    (216 mm)

    Note: The area of the document which is scanned by the fax is slightly
    smaller than the actual document size. The scanning width is 8.3 inches, and
    the scanning length is the length of the document minus 0.32 inches.

    Other restrictions
    ♦ Documents written in yellow, greenish yellow, or light blue ink cannot be
    transmitted, as the scanner does not recognize these colors.
    ♦ Ink, glue, and correcting fluid on documents must be dry before they pass
    through the document feeder.
    ♦ All clips, staples, and pins must be removed from documents before transmission. If these are not removed, they may damage the fax.
    ♦ Documents which are patched, taped, torn, smaller than the minimum size,
    carbon backed, or easily smudged should be photocopied, and the copy
    used for transmission.
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    Loading the Document
    Up to 20 pages can be placed in the feeder at one time. The pages will be automatically fed into the fax starting from the page on the bottom.
    ♦ If you need to send or copy more than 20 pages, place the additional pages
    gently and carefully in the feeder just before the last page is scanned. Do
    not try to force them in, as this may cause double-feeding or jamming.
    ♦ If your document consists of several large or thick pages which must be
    loaded one at a time, insert each page into the feeder as the previous page
    is being scanned. Insert gently to prevent double-feeding.

    1

    Adjust the document guides to the width
    of your document.

    2

    Place the document face down and push
    it gently into the document feeder. The
    top edge of the document should enter the
    fax first.
    • The feeder will draw the leading edge
    of the document into the fax. READY
    TO SEND will appear in the display.

    3

    You can now either make resolution and/or contrast settings as
    described in the following section, or dial the other party as described in the section, "Dialing and transmission".

    Important:
    If you need to remove the document from the feeder before transmission or
    copying, first open the operation panel by pulling the front edge up (grasp it
    at the PANEL RELEASE mark), and then remove the document. If you try
    to pull the document out without opening the operation panel, you may
    damage the feeder mechanism.
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    Optional Transmission Settings
    If desired, there are several transmission settings which are possible before dialing and transmitting the document.
    Note: To make the settings, the document must first be loaded in the feeder.

    Resolution
    Your fax has 4 resolution settings. If you do not make a setting, the fax will automatically send the document in STANDARD resolution.
    STANDARD:

    Use STANDARD for ordinary documents. This setting
    gives you the fastest and most economical transmission.

    FINE:

    Use FINE for improved reproduction, especially with
    documents containing small letters or fine drawings.

    SUPER FINE:

    Use SUPER FINE when you need the highest quality of
    reproduction.

    HALF TONE:

    Use HALF TONE for photographs and illustrations. The
    original will be reproduced in 64 shades of gray.

    Note: In order to transmit in SUPER FINE resolution, the receiving fax machine must also have that resolution. If it doesn’t, your fax will automatically
    step down to the next best available setting.

    Contrast
    The contrast is normally set to AUTO, which means that the fax automatically
    controls the contrast, but for faint documents you can change the setting to
    DARK.

    Setting the resolution and contrast
    Press the RESOLUTION key one or
    more times until the desired resolution
    and contrast settings appear in the display.

    RESOLUTION

    • The first time you move through the list
    of resolution settings, the contrast setting AUTO will appear next to each
    resolution setting. The second time you
    move through the list, the contrast setting DARK will appear.
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    Cover Sheet
    You can have your fax generate a cover sheet and send it as the last page of the
    transmission. The cover sheet includes the date and time, the sender’s name and
    number, and the receiver’s name and number if an automatic dialing number is
    used. The total number of pages sent is indicated on the bottom.
    ♦ Your name and number must be programmed in order for them to appear
    on the cover sheet. (See "Entering Your Name and Fax Number" in Chapter 2.)
    To include a cover sheet with each transmission, set Option Setting 17 to YES
    as described in Chapter 9, "Optional Settings". Note that once Option Setting 17
    is set to YES, cover sheets will be automatically included with every transmission until you change the setting to NO.
    When the cover sheet function is turned on, you can also select a message which
    will appear as a header at the top of the cover sheet. To do so, follow the steps
    below. Note that the message selection is only effective for one transmission.

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    COVER SHEET HEAD will appear in
    the display.

    2

    Select a message by entering a number
    from "1" to "4" as shown below:
    "1": URGENT
    "2": IMPORTANT
    "3": CONFIDENTIAL
    "4": PLS. DISTRIBUTE
    Example

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    Batch Page Numbering
    This setting is used to change the page numbering of the transmitted document
    from simple numbering ("P.1", "P.2", etc.) to batch numbering, which means
    that a slash and the total number of pages being sent are added after each page
    number (for example, "P. 1/5", "P.2/5", etc.). This allows the receiver to check
    for any missing pages.
    ♦ If you are sending a cover sheet, do not include the cover sheet in the total
    number of pages. Your fax will adjust the number to include the cover
    sheet automatically.
    ♦ If you need to cancel a batch number entry, remove the document from the
    feeder or press the STOP key.
    ♦ If the number of pages actually transmitted does not coincide with the
    batch number entered, the alarm will sound and PAGE COUNT ERROR
    will appear in the display. "PAGE E." will also appear in the "NOTE" column of the Transaction Report if it has been set to print out.

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    PAGE COUNTER SET will appear in
    the display.

    2

    Enter the total number of pages ("01" to
    "99") by pressing the number keys.

    FUNCTION

    1

    0
    (Example)

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    Dialing and Transmission
    Once you have loaded the document and made any desired transmission settings, you are ready to dial the number of the receiving fax machine and transmit the document. There are several ways of dialing, and you can select the one
    which best suits your needs.

    Normal Dialing
    With Normal Dialing, you pick up the handset (or press the SPEAKER key)
    and dial as you would to make a telephone call. If the receiving machine is set
    to receive faxes manually (this means that the receiving party answers your call
    by picking up the handset and speaking, and then presses their Start key to begin
    fax reception), you can talk with them before sending the fax.

    1

    Pick up the handset or press the
    SPEAKER key. Listen for the dial tone.

    SPEAKER

    or

    2

    ABC

    Dial the number of the receiving machine by pressing the number keys.

    1
    GHI

    4
    PQRS

    7

    2
    JKL

    5
    TUV

    8

    DEF

    3
    MNO

    6
    WXYZ

    9

    0

    3

    Wait for the connection. Depending on
    the setting of the receiving machine, you
    will either hear a facsimile reception
    tone or the other person will answer.
    • If the other party answers, ask them to
    press their Start key (if you pressed
    the SPEAKER key, pick up the handset to speak with them). This causes
    the receiving machine to issue a reception tone.

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    When you hear the reception tone, press
    the START key. Replace the handset if
    you used it.

    COPY/
    HELP

    Sending Documents

    START

    STOP

    • When transmission is completed, the
    fax will beep.

    Direct Keypad Dialing
    If you do not need to talk with the other party before sending the fax, you can
    just dial; it isn’t necessary to pick up the handset or press the SPEAKER key.
    ♦ Direct Keypad Dialing is a form of automatic dialing, so if you need to insert a pause between any digits of the number, press the REDIAL key. (For
    more information on pauses, see "Storing Numbers for Automatic Dialing"
    in Chapter 2.)

    1

    ABC

    Enter the number of the receiving machine by pressing the number keys.

    1
    GHI

    4
    PQRS

    7

    DEF

    2
    JKL

    3
    MNO

    6

    5
    TUV

    WXYZ

    8

    9

    0

    2

    Check the display. If the number of the
    receiving machine shown is correct,
    press the START key.

    COPY/
    HELP

    START

    STOP

    • If it is not correct, press the STOP key
    to backspace and clear one digit at a
    time, and then re-enter the correct
    digit(s).

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    Rapid Key Dialing
    If the number you want to dial has been stored for automatic dialing as a Speed
    Dial number from 01 to 38 (see "Storing Numbers for Automatic Dialing" in
    Chapter 2), you can dial it by pressing the corresponding Rapid Key. (If the
    Speed Dial number is from 20 to 38, press the SHIFT key and then press the
    Rapid key.)

    04
    23

    01
    20

    02
    21

    03
    22

    05
    24

    06

    07
    26
    11
    30

    08
    27

    09
    28

    10

    12
    31

    13
    32

    14

    16/P1
    35

    17/P2
    36

    SHIFT

    15/POLL

    Example: To dial Speed Dial
    number "02", press Rapid Key
    02/21.

    01
    20

    02
    21

    03
    22

    04
    23

    05
    24

    06

    07
    26

    08
    27

    09
    28

    10

    11
    30

    12
    31

    13
    32

    14

    15/POLL

    16/P1
    35

    17/P2
    36

    Example: To dial Speed Dial
    number "21", press the SHIFT
    key and then press Rapid Key
    02/21.

    ♦ The name of the receiving party will appear in the display. If no name was
    stored, the fax number will appear. (If the name or number is incorrect,
    press the STOP key.)
    ♦ The document will be automatically transmitted once the connection is
    made.

    Speed Dialing
    Speed Dialing can be used to dial any number which has been stored for automatic dialing (see "Storing Numbers for Automatic Dialing" in Chapter 2).

    1

    Press the SPEED DIAL key and then enter the two digits of the Speed Dial number by pressing the number keys.

    ABC

    SPEED
    DIAL

    1
    GHI

    4
    PQRS

    7

    • To enter numbers 1 through 9, first enter 0 and then the number.

    2

    34

    Check the display. If the name or number shown is correct, press the START
    key. (If not, press the STOP key and
    then repeat Step 1.)

    2
    JKL

    5
    TUV

    8
    0

    COPY/
    HELP

    START

    STOP

    DEF

    3
    MNO

    6
    WXYZ

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    Using the HOLD/SEARCH key
    If you don’t remember the Rapid Key or Speed Dial number in which you have
    stored a particular fax number, you can search for the number by following the
    steps below. Once you have found the number, you can dial it and transmit the
    loaded document by simply pressing the START key.

    1

    Press the HOLD/SEARCH key and then
    the "1" key.

    2

    Enter the first letter of the stored name
    by pressing the appropriate number key
    (the key below the marked letter) one or
    more times until the letter appears in the
    display. If the name begins with a special character or number, press "1".
    • If you don’t remember the first letter,
    go to Step 3 (you will scroll through
    the list from the beginning).

    HOLD/
    SEARCH

    1

    ABC

    1
    GHI

    4
    PQRS

    7

    2
    JKL

    5
    TUV

    8

    DEF

    3
    MNO

    6
    WXYZ

    9

    0

    • If a name wasn’t stored for the number, press "0". This will cause numbers, not names, to appear when you
    scroll.

    3

    Press the "#" key or the "*" key to scroll
    through the names (numbers if you
    pressed "0"). Stop when the desired
    name appears in the display.

    or

    • If no names have been stored that begin with the entered letter, you will
    scroll from the next name, in alphabetical order, in the list. If no names/numbers have been stored at all, NO
    DATA will appear.

    4

    Press the START key. The document
    will be automatically transmitted once
    the connection is made.

    START

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    Automatic redialing
    If you use automatic dialing (including Direct Keypad Dialing) and the line is
    busy, your fax will automatically redial the number. Your fax was set at the factory to make 2 redialing attempts at intervals of 5 minutes.
    ♦ To stop automatic redialing, press the STOP key.
    ♦ If desired, you can change the number of times the fax redials to any number from 0 to 15 with Option Setting 4, and the interval at which redialing
    is done to any number of minutes from 1 to 15 with Option Setting 3. See
    Chapter 9, "Optional Settings".

    Using the REDIAL key
    You can press the REDIAL key to redial the last number dialed. To send a
    document, proceed from Step 3 of Normal Dialing. Note that the speaker will be
    automatically activated, so you do not need to pick up the handset immediately.

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    Documents

    Using Auto Mode
    When the reception mode is set to AUTO (press the RECEPTION MODE key
    until AUTO appears in the display), your fax automatically answers all calls on
    4 rings and receives the incoming documents.
    ♦ You can change the number of rings on which the fax answers incoming
    calls by changing Option Setting 2 (see Chapter 9, "Optional Settings").
    Any number from 1 to 5 can be selected. Note, however, that reception of
    auto-dialed faxes may not be possible from certain fax machines if you select a high number of rings.
    ♦ If you pick up the handset before your fax answers, you can talk to the
    other party and/or receive a document as described below in "Using Manual mode". For example, with the fax set to answer on 4 rings, you can receive both voice calls and fax messages in AUTO mode by answering
    before the fourth ring, but still have the fax answer calls automatically at
    times when you are unable to respond personally.
    Note: If you are using distinctive ring, your fax will answer incoming calls after two rings regardless of the setting of Option Setting 2.

    Using Manual Mode
    When the reception mode is set to MANUAL (press the RECEPTION MODE
    key until MANU appears in the display), you must answer all calls (including
    fax transmissions) using the fax’s handset or an extension phone connected to
    the same line.
    To receive a document on your fax machine, pick up the handset when it rings.
    • If you hear a fax tone, wait until
    RECEIVING appears in the display,
    and then replace the handset.
    • If the other party first talks to you and
    then wants to send a fax, press the
    START key after speaking (press your
    START key before the sender presses
    their Start key). Replace the handset.
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    Note: If you have set Option Setting 13 (Fax Signal Receive) to NO and you
    hear a fax tone when you pick up the handset, you must press the START
    key to begin reception.

    Receiving documents on an extension phone
    If you hear a soft fax tone when you answer an extension phone, wait until your
    fax answers (the extension phone will go dead if it is connected to your fax, or
    you will hear pronounced high-pitched fax tones if the phone is connected to a
    separate wall jack), and then hang up. Your fax will automatically receive the
    document.
    ♦ If your fax does not respond within 5 seconds, noise on the line may be preventing it from detecting the fax tone. In this case, manually activate fax reception as described in the following paragraph.
    If the other party first talks to you and then wants to send a document, press "5",
    "*" and "*" if you are on a touch tone phone. If you are on a pulse dial phone,
    set the handset down (do not hang up), walk over to the fax, pick up the handset, and press the START key.
    Comments:

    • Your fax will not accept the signal to begin reception ("5", "*", and "*") if
    a document is loaded in its feeder.

    • If you have set Option Setting 13 to NO and hear a fax tone when you
    answer the extension phone, you must press "5", "*", and "*" if you are on
    a touch-tone phone, or walk over to the fax, pick up the handset, and press
    the START key if you are on a pulse dial phone.

    • The code used to activate fax reception from a touch-tone extension phone
    ("5", "*", and "*") can be changed if desired. See Option Setting 5
    ("Tel/Fax Remote Number") in Chapter 9, "Optional Settings".

    • If you do not intend to use the code for activating fax reception, you can turn
    detection of the code off by resetting Option Setting 6. This will ensure that
    the fax never mistakenly attempts to begin reception if it detects a signal
    similar to "5", "*", and "*" while you are talking on an extension phone.

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    2 in 1 Print
    To save paper, you can have the size of your incoming faxes reduced by 55%.
    This will allow you to receive, for example, a 2-page document on one page
    (note that this may not be possible if the document pages are longer than your
    printing paper). To turn on this function, follow the steps below.

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    2 IN 1 PRINT will appear in the display.

    2

    Press "1" to turn on the function, or "2"
    to turn it off.

    3

    Press the STOP key.

    FUNCTION

    6

    On

    Off

    1

    2

    or

    STOP

    Reception Ratio
    Your fax has been set at the factory to automatically reduce the size of received
    documents to fit the size of the printing paper. This ensures that data on the
    edges of the document are not cut off. If desired, you can turn this function off
    and have received documents printed at full size.
    Note: If a document is too long to fit on the printing paper, the remainder
    will be printed on a second page. In this case, the cut-off point may occur in
    the middle of a line.
    Note: Automatic reduction may not be possible if the received document is
    too large, contains too many fine graphics or images, or is sent at high resolution. In this case, the remainder of the document will be printed on a second
    page.

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    RECEPTION RATIO will appear in the
    display.

    2

    Press "1" to turn automatic reduction on,
    or "2" to turn it off.

    3

    Press the STOP key.

    FUNCTION

    6

    On

    1

    Off

    or

    2

    STOP

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    Making
    Copies

    Your fax can also be used to make copies. Single and multiple copies (up to 99
    per original) can be made, enabling your fax to double as an office copier.
    ♦ The default resolution for copying is SUPER FINE.
    ♦ If you are making multiple copies of more than one original, you can
    choose whether to have the copies sorted (SORT COPY) or not sorted
    (MULTI COPY). The following example shows how the copies are ordered in each case when 3 copies each of 3 originals are made.

    A

    B C

    Not sorted (MULTI COPY)

    Sorted (SORT COPY)
    A

    1

    B C

    A

    B C

    A

    Originals

    B C

    A

    A A

    B

    B B

    C

    C C

    Load the document(s) face down.
    • If desired, adjust the resolution and/or
    contrast with the RESOLUTION key.

    2

    Press the COPY/HELP key.
    • If you are only making one copy of the
    original (or of each original) and don’t
    want to make a reduction or enlargement setting, press the START key
    twice. Copying will begin. If you are
    only making one copy and want to
    make a reduction or enlargement setting, press the START key once and
    go to Step 5.

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    4

    Press "1" (MULTI COPY) if you don’t
    want the copies sorted, or "2" (SORT
    COPY) if you want them sorted.

    Enter the desired number of copies with
    the number keys.
    • If the desired number of copies is from
    1 to 9, enter "0" first.

    Making Copies

    Sort

    Multi

    1

    1

    or

    2

    2
    (Example)

    • If you don’t want to make a reduction
    or enlargement setting, press the
    START key. Copying will begin.

    5

    Set the amount of reduction or enlargement by entering a number from "1" to
    "5" as shown below. Copying will begin.
    1: AUTO (automatic size adjustment to
    match the size of the printing paper)
    2: 50%
    3: 100% (no reduction or enlargement)
    4: 125%
    5: 135%

    2
    (Example)

    Note: If you place a large number of originals in the feeder, the memory may
    become full before all of them can be scanned (MEMORY IS FULL will appear in the display). If this happens, press the START key to copy the originals which have been scanned, and then repeat the copy procedure for the
    remaining originals, including the original which was being scanned when the
    memory became full.

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    Copy Cut-off
    When making a copy, your fax has been set at the factory to not print the remaining part of a document if the document is longer than the printing paper. If
    you want your fax to always print the remaining part of the document on a second page, follow the steps below.

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    COPY CUT-OFF will appear in the display.

    2

    Press "1" to turn copy cut-off on (the remaining part of the document will not be
    printed), or "2" to turn it off (the remaining part will be printed on a second page).

    3

    Press the STOP key.

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    6

    Making
    Telephone Calls

    Your fax can be used like a regular telephone to make and receive voice calls.
    ♦ To make or receive a phone call, the power must be on.
    ♦ The fax may interrupt a voice call received on an extension phone if there
    is a period of silence during the conversation, the fax’s reception mode is
    set to AUTO, and Option Setting 9 (TAD CONNECTED) is set to YES. If
    you are on a touch-tone extension phone, you can prevent this by pressing
    any three keys on the phone immediately after you answer. (Note: Do not
    enter the code to activate fax reception: "5", "*", and "*".)

    1

    Pick up the handset or press the
    SPEAKER key. Listen for the dial tone.

    SPEAKER

    or

    2

    Dial the number using one of the following methods:
    • Normal Dialing: Enter the full telephone number with the numeric keys.
    • Rapid Key Dialing: Press the appropriate Rapid Key (if the Rapid Key
    number is from 20 to 38, press the
    SHIFT key first).

    ABC

    1
    GHI

    4
    PQRS

    7

    2
    JKL

    5
    TUV

    8

    DEF

    3
    MNO

    6
    WXYZ

    9

    0

    • Speed Dialing: Press the SPEED
    DIAL key, and enter the 2-digit Speed
    Dial number with the numeric keys.

    3

    Speak with the other party when they answer.
    • If you pressed the SPEAKER key,
    pick up the handset to talk.
    Note: While the handset of the fax is lifted (off hook), an extension phone
    connected directly to the fax cannot be used to speak with the other party.
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    Using the HOLD/SEARCH key
    You can use the HOLD/SEARCH key to search for a Rapid Key or Speed Dial
    number. First search for the number as described in "Using the
    HOLD/SEARCH key" in "Dialing and Transmission" in Chapter 3, then pick up
    the handset or press the SPEAKER key. The number will be dialed automatically (do not press the START key).

    Redial
    The last number called can be redialed by pressing the REDIAL key (it is not
    necessary to pick up the handset or press the SPEAKER key). When the other
    party answers, pick up the handset to talk.

    Hold
    You can put the other party on hold during a conversation by pressing the
    HOLD/SEARCH key. When this is done, they cannot hear you. You can put
    the handset back in the cradle without breaking the connection. When you are
    ready to speak with them again, pick up the handset. If you did not put the handset back in the cradle, press the HOLD/SEARCH key again to resume conversation.

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    Using the Hookup
    If you have connected an answering machine to your fax as described in "Connections" in Chapter 1, you can receive both voice messages and fax transmissions on the same line while you are out. To use the hook-up, change your
    answering machine’s outgoing message and then activate the hookup before
    you go out as described on the following page.
    Note: If you are using distinctive ringing with an answering machine, do not
    follow the instructions in this chapter. (Note that when distinctive ringing is
    used, the answering machine must be connected to a separate wall jack, not to
    your fax.)

    Changing the outgoing message
    The outgoing message (OGM) of your answering machine should be changed to
    inform callers who want to send a fax to press their Start key. For example, your
    message might go as follows:
    "Hello. You’ve reached the ABC company. No one is available to take your call
    right now. Please leave a message after the beep or press your facsimile Start
    key to send a fax. Thank you for calling."
    Comments:

    • Try to keep the length of the message under 10 seconds. If it is too long, you
    may have difficulty receiving faxes sent by automatic dialing.

    • We recommend that you leave a pause of about four seconds at the beginning
    of the message. This will make it easier for your fax machine to detect fax
    tones.

    • Your callers can even leave a voice message and send a fax message on the
    same call. Modify your outgoing message to explain that they can first leave
    a voice message, and then press their Start key to send a fax.

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    Activating the hookup
    Before you go out, activate the answering machine hookup as follows:

    1

    Set Option Setting 9, TAD CONNECTED, to YES:
    • Press the FUNCTION key and then
    the "4" key. OPTION SETTING will
    appear in the display.

    FUNCTION

    4

    • Press the "#" key nine times.
    TAD CONNECTED will appear in the
    display.
    • Press "1" to select YES. (To deactivate
    the hookup, press "2" for NO.)
    • Press the STOP key to return to the
    date and time display.

    2

    Set the reception mode of your fax to
    AUTO by pressing the RECEPTION
    MODE key.

    1
    STOP

    RECEPTION
    MODE

    • Important: For the hook-up to operate
    properly, the reception mode of your
    fax must be set to AUTO.

    3

    Set your answering machine to auto answer. It must answer on
    no more than two rings (if not, you may not be able to receive
    faxes sent by automatic dialing).
    • If your answering machine has a toll saver function, make sure that it will
    answer by the fourth ring.

    4

    When you return and turn off your answering machine, you
    must set TAD CONNECTED to NO (see Step 1 above) if you
    will be using your fax in AUTO reception mode. If you will
    only be using MANUAL reception mode, you can leave TAD
    CONNECTED set to YES.
    Note: The call counter on your answering machine may indicate that voice
    messages were received, when only fax messages were received.

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    How the hookup operates
    While you are out, all of your incoming calls will be answered by your answering machine and its outgoing message will play. Voice callers can leave a message. During this time, your fax machine will quietly monitor the line. If your
    fax machine detects a fax tone or a duration of silence equal to four seconds
    (called "Quiet Detect Time"), it will take over the line and begin reception.
    Your fax machine listens for a duration of silence because some transmitting machines do not send a fax tone when the fax is sent manually (this means that the
    person faxing uses the handset to dial and then presses their Start key after listening to your outgoing message). Pressing the Start key in this case causes the line
    to go silent. The timing for fax reception is shown below.
    10 sec.

    0 sec.
    Fax machine
    rings

    Outgoing message
    (10 sec. max)

    Answering machine
    answers

    14 sec.

    Quiet Detect Time
    (Initial setting: 4 sec.)

    Sender presses
    start key
    (Line goes silent)

    Fax reception
    begins

    Testing for proper operation
    If needed, test the operation of the hookup as follows.

    1

    Call your fax machine from an outside phone line. Cover the
    mouthpiece to ensure that no sounds are transmitted to the fax
    machine.

    2

    Your should hear your outgoing message, the beep to leave a
    message, and then a fax tone four seconds later (four seconds
    is the initial Quiet Detect Time setting). If you hear a fax tone,
    the hookup is operating properly.

    3

    If the line is disconnected before you hear a fax tone, lower the
    Quiet Detect Time setting to three seconds and then call your
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    If you still do not hear a fax tone, turn off the Quiet Detect
    Time function and have callers send faxes by pressing "5",
    "*", "*" and then their Start key. For more information on
    this method, see "If it still doesn’t work" in this chapter.

    If you have problems
    If you have problems with the hookup, first check the following:
    ♦ Is the answering machine connected properly to the fax? One end of the answering machine line should be inserted in the "TEL. SET" jack on the
    fax, and the other end in the answering machine’s telephone line jack.
    ♦ Have you set Option Setting 9, TAD CONNECTED, to YES on your fax as
    described on the second page of this chapter, and is the reception mode set
    to AUTO?
    If the above settings and connections are correct and the hookup still doesn’t operate properly, the operation of the fax and the answering machine are probably
    not synchronized well. Some common problems and their solutions are described below.
    ♦ Are callers who want to leave a voice message being interrupted by the fax
    before they can do so?
    The fax is set to take over the line and begin reception if it detects a set duration
    of silence (called "Quiet Detect Time"). If your outgoing message contains a
    pause or the caller pauses while leaving a message, and the pause is longer than
    the set duration, the fax will interrupt.
    It is best to shorten or eliminate such pauses, but if necessary you can also try
    lengthening the Quiet Detect Time setting. This procedure is described in "Optional Hook-up Settings" at the end of this chapter.
    ♦ Are callers who want to send a fax manually having trouble doing so after
    your answering machine’s outgoing message plays?
    If so, the answering machine may be disconnecting the line (hanging up) before
    your fax has a chance to take over the line and begin reception. You can make
    your fax activate sooner by shortening the Quiet Detect Time setting. This procedure is described in "Optional Hook-up Settings" at the end of this chapter.

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    ♦ Are you having trouble receiving documents sent by automatic dialing?
    Make sure that your answering machine’s outgoing message is less than 10 seconds long, and that your answering machine is set to answer on two rings. Inserting a short pause (about four seconds) at the beginning of your answering
    machine’s outgoing message might also help, as this gives your fax a chance to
    clearly hear and detect the fax "calling" tone which the transmitting machine
    sends in the case of automatic dialing.
    ♦ Is the fax interrupting voice calls taken on an extension phone?
    When Option Setting 9 (TAD CONNECTED) is set to YES and the reception
    mode is set to AUTO, the fax may interrupt voice calls received on an extension
    phone. If you want to use the answering machine hookup while you are in to
    monitor incoming calls, you can prevent fax interruption of voice calls by pressing any 3 keys on the extension phone after answering. (Note: Do not press "5",
    "*", and "*, the code to activate fax reception.)
    ♦ Is the fax interrupting when you enter your answering machine’s code to retrieve voice messages from an outside telephone?
    Make sure your answering machine’s remote retrieve code is different from the
    code used to activate fax reception with an extension telephone ("5", "*", and
    "*"). If they are the same, entering the remote retrieve code will activate the fax
    machine.

    If it still doesn’t work
    With certain answering machines, it may not be possible to find a Quiet Detect
    Time setting which will allow both fax reception and uninterrupted voice message recording. In this case, callers on tone dial lines can still send faxes by
    pressing "5", "*", and "*" on their fax. This is the code for activating fax reception (the code can be changed by changing Option Setting 5).
    To use this method, set Quiet Detect Time to "00" to turn it off (see "Quiet Detect Time" in "Optional Hookup Settings" in this chapter), and then change your
    outgoing message to inform callers that they can send a fax by pressing "5",
    "*", "*", and then their Start key. Your message might go as follows:
    "Hello. You’ve reached the ABC company. No one is available to take your call
    right now. After the beep, please leave a message, or, if you want to send a fax,
    press ’five’ once, ’asterisk’ twice, and then your facsimile Start key."

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    How fax transmissions are detected:
    Your fax detects fax transmissions in two ways when an answering machine is
    connected, depending on whether the document is being sent automatically or
    manually:
    Automatic dialing: If the document is sent using a form of automatic dialing,
    such as Rapid Key or Speed Dialing, the transmitting fax machine will send a
    "calling tone" at 3-second intervals for a period of about 30 to 40 seconds after
    dialing. When your fax detects this tone, it will disconnect the answering machine, send a "reception tone" in response, and begin receiving the transmission.
    If the transmitting fax does not receive a reception tone from your fax within 30
    to 40 seconds after dialing, it will usually hang up and automatically redial several minutes later.
    Since your fax may not be able to detect the transmitting fax’s calling tone until
    after the outgoing message ends, it is important that the answering machine answers the call within two rings and the outgoing message is less than 10 seconds. Otherwise, your fax may not be able to establish communication with the
    transmitting fax before the latter hangs up.
    Manual dialing: If the document is being sent by normal (manual) dialing, the
    transmitting fax machine does not send a calling tone. Instead, the person faxing
    normally waits until they hear a reception tone and then presses their Start key.
    In the case of an answering machine hook-up, they will hear your outgoing message instead of a reception tone, and then press their Start key.
    However, this does not signal a fax transmission to your fax. Instead, your fax
    must use a function called "Quiet Detect Time" to detect the transmission. This
    function causes your fax to disconnect the answering machine and begin reception if it detects a certain duration of silence.
    Your fax is set to automatically begin fax reception if it detects a duration of silence of four seconds. When the person faxing presses their Start key, the line
    will go quiet, and the transmitting fax machine will wait for a reception tone
    from your fax. Your fax will disconnect the answering machine four seconds after the key is pressed, and send a reception tone to tell the other fax machine to
    begin transmission.
    If your answering machine has a fast disconnect time and disconnects the line
    before four seconds elapses, fax reception will not be possible. In this case, you
    must shorten the Quiet Detect Time setting as described on the following page.
    On the other hand, if the Quiet Detect Time setting is too short, your fax may interrupt voice callers if they pause during their message or if there is a period of
    silence in your outgoing message.
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    Optional Hookup Settings
    If necessary, you can use the following settings to improve the response of the
    answering machine hookup to incoming calls.

    Quiet Detect Time
    This function causes the fax machine to take over the line and begin reception if
    a certain duration of silence is detected after the answering machine answers.
    Time selections for the period of silence are 1 to 10 seconds. Quiet Detect Time
    has been set to 4 seconds at the factory. This gives the best performance with
    most answering machines; however, you may need to adjust this setting depending on the disconnect time of your answering machine.
    ♦ Some answering machines may have unusually fast disconnect times (equal
    to or very slightly less than 4 seconds), which means that the answering machine may disconnect the line before fax reception can begin. In this case,
    try a Quiet Detect Time setting of 3 seconds.
    ♦ If the fax machine is interrupting callers before they can leave a message,
    try a longer Quiet Detect Time setting. If your outgoing message includes a
    period of silence, make sure that the setting is longer than that period of silence, or re-record your outgoing message to shorten the silence.
    To change the Quiet Detect Time setting, follow the steps below.
    Note: Quiet Detect Time can be turned off by entering "00" for the time.
    Note, however, that the fax machine will not be able to receive manually dialed faxes.

    1

    2

    Press the FUNCTION key and then the
    "4" key. OPTION SETTING will appear
    in the display.

    FUNCTION

    4

    Press the "*" key 10 times.
    QUIET DETECT TM. will appear in
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    Set the time in seconds by entering a twodigit number from "01" to "10" (enter
    "01" for 1 second, "02" for 2 seconds,
    etc.). To turn off the function, enter "00".

    0

    (Example)

    • Note: We recommend that you do not
    set Quiet Detect Time below 3 seconds.

    4

    4

    STOP

    Press the STOP key to return to the date
    and time display.

    Fax reception when the answering machine fails
    When this function is turned on, your fax will answer the call after 5 rings if the
    answering machine for some reason fails to answer before that time. This ensures that you will receive fax messages even if the answering machine’s tape
    fills up or the answering machine is not turned on.
    This function has been turned off at the factory. If you want to turn it on, following the steps below.
    Note: When this function is turned on, make sure that the answering machine
    is set to answer on 4 rings or less. If it isn’t, the fax will always answer first,
    preventing callers from leaving voice messages.

    1

    Press the FUNCTION key and then the
    "4" key. OPTION SETTING will appear
    in the display.

    2

    Press the "*" key 9 times.
    FAX RX TAD FAILS will appear in the
    display.

    3

    Press "1" to turn the function on, or "2"
    to turn it off.

    4

    Press the STOP key to return to the date
    and time display.

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    Caller ID
    If you subscribe to a caller identification service from your telephone company,
    you can set your fax to display the name and number of the caller while the fax
    rings. The fax will also store information about unanswered calls which you can
    view in the display or print out as a list. This allows you to screen your calls as
    they come in, and makes it easy to respond to callers who do not leave messages.
    To use the Caller ID function, set Option Setting 16 to YES and enter your area
    code as described in Chapter 9, "Optional Settings".
    Important:

    • To use this function, you must subscribe to a caller identification service
    from your telephone company.

    • Your fax may not be compatible with some caller identification services.
    How Caller ID operates
    When you receive a call, the name and phone number of the caller will alternately appear in the display, beginning just before the second ring. The information will continue to be displayed until you pick up the handset, or until the fax
    answers automatically if it is in AUTO mode.
    Note: Some caller ID services may not provide the name of the caller. In this
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    Display messages
    One of the following messages will appear while the fax rings if caller information is not available.
    NO SERVICE

    No caller information was received from your telephone
    company. Make sure that the telephone company has
    activated your service.

    CALLER-ID
    ERROR

    Noise on the telephone line prevented reception of caller
    information.

    OUT OF AREA

    The call was made from an area which does not have a
    caller identification service, or the caller’s service is not
    compatible with that of your local phone company.

    PRIVATE CALL Caller information was not provided by the telephone
    company at the caller’s request.

    Viewing the Caller ID list
    If you subscribe to a caller ID service and have set Option Setting 16 to YES,
    your fax machine will keep information on the most recent 20 unanswered calls
    and/or unsuccessful faxes you have received. (Note that if the caller sends a fax
    or leaves a voice message in an answering machine connected to the fax machine, information on that call will not be stored.) You can view this information, which consists of the name and number of each caller, in the Caller ID List.
    ♦ After you have received 20 unanswered calls, each new call will delete the
    oldest call.
    Follow the steps below to view the Caller ID List in the display. If desired, you
    can immediately dial a number when it appears.
    To print out the list, see Chapter 10, "Printing Out Reports and Lists".

    1

    2

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    Press the keys shown at right.
    REVIEWING CALLS will appear in the
    display.
    Press the "#" to scroll through the list
    from the most recent call, or the "*" key
    to scroll through the list from the oldest
    call.

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    If you want to dial one of the numbers in
    the list, scroll through the list until the
    number appears in the display.

    Special Functions

    START

    • If you want to send a fax, load the
    document and then press the START
    key.
    • If you want to make a voice call, pick
    up the handset or press the SPEAKER
    key. Dialing will begin automatically.
    (If you pressed the SPEAKER key,
    pick up the handset when the other
    party answers.)

    4

    Press the STOP key when you have finished viewing the list.

    STOP

    To delete calls from the Caller ID list
    If you want to delete a single call from the caller list, press the "0" key while the
    call appears in the display. If you want to delete all calls from the list, hold the
    "0" key down for at least 3 seconds while you are viewing any number in the list.

    Priority Call
    If desired, you can set your fax to make a special ringing sound when you receive a call from a designated phone number. This lets you know immediately
    who is calling without having to look at the display. To use this function, enter
    the desired phone number by following the steps below (only one phone number
    can be entered).
    Note: This function cannot be used if you are using the Distinctive Ring function.

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    PRIORITY CALL # will appear in the
    display.

    FUNCTION

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    Press "1" to enter a number, or "2" to
    clear a number. (If you pressed "2", go
    to Step 4.)
    Enter the phone number, including the
    area code, by pressing the number keys
    (the number must be 10 digits long).
    Press the START key and then the
    STOP key.

    1

    5

    5

    4

    2

    or

    5

    5

    START

    1

    5

    5

    2

    3

    (Example)

    STOP

    Blocking voice calls
    With Caller ID turned on, you can use the Anti Junk Fax function described in
    the following section to block voice calls as well as fax receptions (the Anti
    Junk Fax function normally only blocks faxes).
    In this case, when a voice call or a fax transmission comes in from a number
    you have specified as a "Junk Number", your fax will break the connection as
    soon as it receives the calling phone number from the caller ID service (before
    the second ring).
    To use this function, set Option Setting 14 to YES as described in Chapter 9,
    "Optional Settings", and then enter the number in the Anti Junk Number List as
    described in the following section, "Blocking Reception of Unwanted Faxes".
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    Blocking Reception of Unwanted Faxes
    The Anti Junk Fax function allows you to block reception of faxes from parties
    which you specify. This saves paper by not printing out unwanted "junk" faxes.
    To use this function, first turn it on by setting Option Setting 14 to YES as described in Chapter 9, and then enter the fax numbers from which you do not
    want to receive faxes as shown below. If you are using the Caller ID function as
    described in the previous section, you can also enter voice numbers.
    Comments:

    • Up to 5 numbers can be entered in the Anti Junk Number List.
    • The Anti Junk function will not operate for a number which has also been
    stored as a Priority Call number.

    • To clear a number from the Anti Junk Number List, you need to know the
    1-digit number which identifies it. If you have forgotten this number, print
    out the Anti Junk Number List as described in Chapter 10.

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    STORE JUNK # will appear in the display.

    2

    Press "1" to store a number in the Anti
    Junk Number List, or "2" to clear a number from the list.

    3

    Storing: Enter a 1-digit number from
    "1" to "5". This number identifies the
    fax/voice number you will store in the
    next step.
    Clearing: Enter the number which identifies the fax/voice number you want to
    clear, and go to Step 5.

    FUNCTION

    1

    3

    or

    2

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    Enter the fax/voice number (max. of 20
    digits).

    5

    5

    5

    1

    2

    3

    (Example)

    5

    Press the START key.

    6

    Return to Step 3 to enter (or clear) another number, or press STOP to exit.

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    Memory
    Your fax has a memory which can be used to temporarily store both incoming
    and outgoing documents.
    ♦ Approximately 39 pages of average content can be held in memory if they
    are all going to be transmitted (27 pages if Option Setting 19, Error Correction Mode, is set to YES), or 30 pages if they are all received (29 pages if
    Option Setting 19 is set to YES). Less can be held if any were scanned using fine or halftone resolution.

    Sending documents from memory
    With this function, the original document is scanned immediately, stored in
    memory, and then transmitted once the connection to the receiving machine is
    made. This is convenient when transmitting to places where the line is often
    busy, as it saves you from waiting to pick up the original document and frees
    the feeder for other operations. After transmission, the document will be
    cleared from memory.
    ♦ Only one memory transmission can be set at a time.
    ♦ The amount of memory currently occupied appears as a percentage in the
    display while the document is being scanned.

    1

    Load the document(s).
    • Set the resolution and/or contrast if desired.

    2

    Press the MEMORY key and then "1".

    3

    Enter the number of the receiving machine using one of the following methods:

    MEMORY

    1

    • Press a Rapid Key.

    01

    • Press the SPEED DIAL key and enter
    a Speed Dial number.

    20

    • Enter a full telephone number by pressing the number keys.

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    Press the START key if you entered a
    Speed Dial number or a full number.

    START

    • The document will be scanned and
    stored in memory. Your fax will then
    dial the receiving machine and transmit the document (redialling will be
    done automatically if necessary).

    If the memory becomes full...
    If the memory becomes full while the document is being scanned, MEMORY
    IS FULL will appear in the display.
    ♦ Press the START key if you want to transmit the pages which have been
    stored up to that point in memory. The remaining pages will be ejected
    from the feeder. After transmission, the memory will be cleared and you
    can transmit the remaining pages. You will also need to transmit the page
    which was being scanned when the memory filled up.
    ♦ Press the STOP key if you want to cancel the entire transmission.

    Substitute reception to memory
    This is a back-up function which is automatically activated if your fax runs out
    of paper, the printing ribbon needs replacement, or the paper jams.
    When you have received a document in memory, FAX RX IN MEMORY will
    appear in the display, alternating with OUT OF PAPER, FILM END, or PAPER
    JAM. When you add paper, replace the imaging film, or clear the jam, the stored
    documents will automatically print out.
    ♦ If you received documents in memory because the fax ran out of paper, be
    sure to add paper which is the same size as the paper previously used. If not,
    the document print-out size may not match the size of the printing paper.
    Caution!

    • When documents are stored in memory, do not turn the power off. This will
    erase all of the contents.

    • If documents received in memory are lost due to a power failure or other
    interruption in the power supply, a "CLEAR REPORT" will be printed out
    when the power is restored. This gives information about the receptions lost,
    including the fax numbers of the transmitting machines if they are available.
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    Broadcasting
    This function allows you to send the same document to as many as 20 different
    locations with just one operation. First store the document in memory, then enter the numbers of the receiving machines. The document will be transmitted to
    each location.
    ♦ You can only use Rapid Keys or Speed Dial numbers to dial the numbers
    of the receiving machines.

    1

    Load the document(s).

    2

    Press the MEMORY key and then "2".

    3

    Dial the receiving machines (maximum
    of 20) using one or both of the following
    methods:
    • Enter one or more Speed Dial numbers
    by pressing the number keys.

    MEMORY

    2

    2
    01
    20

    • Press one or more Rapid Keys.

    4

    2

    (Example)

    Press the START key.
    • Set the resolution and/or contrast if desired.

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    Press the START key. Transmission will
    begin.

    START

    • A Transaction Report is automatically
    printed out after Broadcasting is completed. Check the "Note" column of the
    report to see if any of the locations are
    marked "Busy" or have a communication error code. If so, send the document to those locations again.

    Broadcasting using a Group Key
    If the fax machines to which you want to broadcast have all been programmed
    into one Group Key, you can perform the broadcasting operation using the following simplified procedure:

    1

    Load the document(s).
    • Make any desired transmission settings (resolution, contrast, etc.).

    2

    Press the appropriate Group Key. Transmission will begin.

    18/G1
    37

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    Polling (Requesting a Fax Transmission)
    Polling allows you to request another fax machine to send a document to your
    fax machine. In other words, the receiving fax machine, not the transmitting fax
    machine, initiates the transmission. You can use your fax to both poll and be
    polled by others.
    To use the polling function, you must first reset Rapid Key 15/POLL for use as
    a polling key. This is done by resetting Option Setting 15, as described in Chapter 9, "Optional Settings".

    Requesting transmission
    Note: Rapid Dial Keys cannot be used for polling. To dial a Rapid Dial location, press the SPEED DIAL key and then enter the 2-digit number corresponding to the Rapid Key.

    1

    Dial the fax machine you want to poll using one of the following methods:
    • Pick up the handset (or press the
    SPEAKER key) and dial the full number. Wait for the fax answerback tone.

    SPEED
    DIAL

    0

    • Press the SPEED DIAL key and enter
    a 2-digit Speed Dial number.

    1

    (Example)

    • Enter the full number using the numeric keys.

    2

    Press Rapid Key 15/POLL.

    15/POLL

    • If you used the handset, replace it
    when POLLING appears in the display.
    Reception will begin.

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    Being polled (polling standby)
    To let another fax machine poll your fax, simply set the reception mode to
    AUTO, and load the document(s) to be sent.
    Transmission will take place when the other fax machine calls your fax and activates polling. Automatic reception is possible while your fax is on polling
    standby.

    Polling security
    Polling Security allows you to prevent unauthorized polling of your fax. When
    this function is turned on, polling will only take place when the fax number of
    the polling fax machine has been entered in your fax’s list of permitted fax numbers (called "passcode numbers"). The number of the polling fax must also be
    programmed in itself for identification.
    To use Polling Security, follow the steps below to turn the function on, and then
    enter permitted numbers as shown on the following page.

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    ENTRY MODE will appear in the display.

    2

    Press the "#" key three times.
    SECURITY SELECT will appear in the
    display.

    3

    Press "1" to turn polling security on, or
    "2" to turn it off.

    4

    Press the START key and then the
    STOP key.

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    1
    START

    3

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    Storing and clearing fax numbers for polling permission
    You can store up to 10 fax numbers in your fax’s list of permitted numbers.

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    ENTRY MODE will appear in the display.

    2

    Press the "#" key four times.
    PASSCODE # MODE will appear in the
    display.

    3

    Press "1" to store a number, or "2" to
    clear a number.

    4

    Storing: Enter a 2-digit number from
    "01" to "10". This number identifies the
    fax number you will store in the next
    step.
    Clearing: Enter the number which identifies the fax number you want to clear,
    and go to Step 6.

    5

    FUNCTION

    1

    3

    2

    or

    0

    1
    (Example)

    Enter the fax number (max. of 20 digits).
    5

    5

    5

    1

    2

    3

    4

    (Example)

    6

    Press the START key.

    7

    Return to Step 4 to enter (or clear) another number, or press STOP to exit.

    START

    STOP

    Step 4 or

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    Timer Operations
    The Timer function allows you to set a transmission and/or polling operation to
    be performed automatically at a time you specify. One transmission operation
    and one polling operation can be set at the same time, and the times they will be
    performed can be specified up to 24 hours in advance.
    As an example, you can use this function to take advantage of off-peak telephone rates without having to be there when the operation is performed.
    Note: Only a Speed Dial number can be used to dial the receiving machine.

    Setting a timer operation

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    TIMER MODE will appear in the display.

    2

    Press "#" to set a transmission operation
    (SEND MODE), or "*" to set a polling
    operation (POLLING MODE).

    3

    Press "1" to select SET.

    4

    Enter the time at which you want the operation to take place (2 digits for the
    hour and 2 digits for the minute).

    5

    Press "*" to select A.M., or "#" to select
    P.M.

    6

    Press the START key.

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    FUNCTION

    1

    or

    1

    0

    9

    2

    5

    (Example: 9:25)

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    Enter the Speed Dial number of the receiving fax machine.

    0

    5

    • If this is a polling operation, go to
    Step 10.

    8

    Press the START key.

    9

    Adjust the resolution and/or contrast
    (skip this step if you don’t want to
    change settings).

    10

    Press the START key and then the
    STOP key. If this is a transmission operation, load the document in the feeder
    sometime before the specified time of
    transmission.

    Special Functions

    (Example)

    START

    RESOLUTION

    STOP

    START

    To cancel an operation
    If you need to cancel an operation after it has been set, follow the steps below.

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    TIMER MODE will appear in the display.

    2

    Press "#" to cancel a transmission operation, or "*" to cancel a polling operation.

    3

    Press "2" to select CLEAR.

    4

    Press the START key and then the
    STOP key.

    FUNCTION

    1

    or

    2

    START

    STOP

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    Entering and Using Programs
    If you frequently perform the same operation involving the same party, you can
    program all the steps of the operation into one Program Key. This allows you to
    perform the operation by simply pressing that key.
    ♦ Rapid Keys 16/P1 and 17/P2 can be used as Program Keys. However, a key
    cannot be used if it is already being used for Rapid Key Dialing.
    ♦ Only Speed Dial numbers can be used to enter fax numbers of receiving machines in the Program Keys. Full numbers cannot be entered.
    ♦ If the program is for a regular transmission or polling operation, a timer setting can be included to have the operation performed automatically at a selected time.
    ♦ To clear a mistake, press the STOP key.

    Initial procedure
    To program an operation, first perform the following procedure. After you have
    completed it, go to the procedure for the specific operation you want to program.

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    PRG. ENTRY MODE will appear in the
    display.

    2

    Press "1" to select SET.

    3

    Press a Program Key ("16/P1" or
    "17/P2") to select it.

    4

    Enter a name for the program (max. of
    20 characters). (See "Entering Letters for
    Names" in Chapter 2).
    Skip this step if you don’t want to enter
    a name.

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    FUNCTION

    7

    1
    17/P2

    16/P1

    or

    35

    ABC

    2

    DEF

    3

    GHI

    4

    36



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    5

    Press the START key.

    6

    Press the "#" key or the "*" until the desired operation appears in the display.
    The operations will appear in the following order:
    • Transmission ("SEND")
    • Polling
    • Broadcasting

    7

    Press the START key and then continue
    with the specific procedure for your operation (see the following pages).

    Special Functions

    START

    or

    START

    Transmission
    (Continued from "Initial procedure".)

    8

    Press "1" if you want the document to be
    scanned into memory and then transmitted, or "2" if you want the document to
    be transmitted directly from the feeder.
    (Note: If you select "2", you can include
    a timer setting in the program.)

    1

    or

    2

    9

    2

    • If you pressed "1", go to Step 12. If
    you pressed "2" and don’t want to
    make a timer setting, go to Step 11.

    9

    Enter the time at which you want the operation to take place (2 digits for the
    hour and 2 digits for the minute).

    10

    Press "*" to select A.M., or "#" to select
    P.M.

    11

    Press the START key.

    0

    5

    (Example: 9:25)

    or

    START

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    Special Functions

    Enter the Speed Dial number of the receiving fax machine.

    2

    5
    (Example)

    13

    Press the START key.

    14

    If desired, set the resolution and/or contrast by pressing the RESOLUTION
    key (otherwise, skip this step).

    15

    Press the START key and then the
    STOP key.

    START

    RESOLUTION

    STOP

    START

    Polling
    (Continued from "Initial procedure".)

    8

    9

    Enter the time at which you want the operation to take place (2 digits for the
    hour and 2 digits for the minute).
    If you don’t want to make a timer setting, go to Step 10.

    Press the START key.

    11

    Enter the Speed Dial number of the receiving fax machine.

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    Press the START key and then the
    STOP key.

    9

    2

    5

    (Example: 9:25)

    Press "*" to select A.M., or "#" to select
    P.M.

    10

    12

    0

    or

    START

    2

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    Broadcasting
    (Continued from "Initial procedure".)

    8

    9

    Enter the Speed Dial numbers of the receiving machines.

    Press the START key.

    10

    If desired, set the resolution and/or contrast by pressing the RESOLUTION key
    (otherwise, skip this step).

    11

    Press the START key and then the
    STOP key.

    2

    5

    3

    5

    (Example)

    START

    RESOLUTION

    STOP

    START

    Clearing a Program key
    To clear a Program key, follow these steps:

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    PRG. ENTRY MODE will appear in the
    display.

    2

    Press "2" to select CLEAR.

    3

    Press the Program Key you want to clear.

    FUNCTION

    7

    2
    16/P1
    35

    (Example)

    4

    Press the START key and then the
    STOP key.

    START

    STOP

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    Using a Program key
    A programmed operation is performed as follows:

    1

    Load the document.

    2

    Press the appropriate Program Key.

    16/P1
    35

    (Example)

    Note: A maximum of 2 timer operations can be set at any one time, including
    both timer operations set by pressing a Program Key and operations set as described in "Timer Operations" in this chapter.

    To cancel a programmed timer operation
    If a Program Key has been pressed for a timer operation and you need to cancel
    the operation before it is performed, follow these steps:

    1

    Press the Program Key.

    16/P1
    35

    (Example)

    2

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    Optional
    Settings

    A variety of optional settings are available which you can use to customize your
    fax to better suit your needs. The settings are made by pressing the panel keys,
    and each setting is described in the list below.

    Accessing the Settings

    1

    Press the keys shown at right.
    OPTION SETTING will appear in the
    display.

    2

    Move through the list of settings by
    pressing "#" to move forward, or "*" to
    move backward. The settings will appear
    in the order listed below.

    3

    4

    When the desired setting appears in the
    display, make a selection as described
    below. Your selection will be automatically stored.
    Press the STOP key.

    FUNCTION

    4

    or

    2
    (Example)

    STOP

    Settings
    Setting 1: FINE RESOLUTION PRIORITY
    This sets the default resolution (the resolution used if a setting is not made with
    the RESOLUTION key) for transmitting documents. Press "1" (YES) to set it
    to FINE, or "2" (NO) to set it to STANDARD.
    • Initial setting: "2"

    Setting 2: NUMBER OF RINGS TO ANSWER
    This sets the number of rings the fax machine waits before answering an
    incoming call in Auto reception mode. Enter any number from "1" to "5".
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    Setting 3: RECALL INTERVAL
    This sets the amount of time your fax will wait between automatic redials
    when the line is busy. Enter "01" for 1 minute, "02" for 2 minutes, etc., up to a
    maximum of 15 minutes.
    • Initial setting: "05"

    Setting 4: RECALL TIMES
    This sets the maximum number of times your fax will automatically redial if
    the line is busy. Enter any number from "00" to "15".
    • Initial setting: "02"

    Setting 5: TEL/FAX REMOTE NUMBER
    This sets the 1-digit number for activating fax reception from an extension
    telephone. Enter any number from "0" to "9".
    • Initial setting: "5"

    Setting 6: REMOTE RECEPTION SELECT
    This turns detection of the code for activating fax reception from an extension
    phone on or off. Press "1" to turn detection on, or "2" to turn detection off.
    • Initial setting: "1"

    Setting 7: TRANSACTION REPORT PRINT SELECT
    This sets the condition for printing out a Transaction Report. Enter a number
    from "1" to "5" as follows:
    "1" (ALWAYS PRINT): A report will be printed after each transmission,
    reception, or error.
    "2" (ERR/TIMER/MEM): A report will be printed after an error, timer
    operation, or memory operation.
    "3" (SEND ONLY):

    A report will be printed only after a transmission.

    "4" (NEVER PRINT):

    A report will never be printed.

    "5" (ERROR ONLY):

    A report will be printed only after an error occurs.

    • Initial setting: "5"

    Setting 8: DIAL MODE
    This sets the mode of dialing. Press "1" if you are on a touch-tone line, or "2" if
    you are on a pulse dial line. (If you don’t know which type of line you have,
    try making phone calls with both settings and see which one works.)
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    Setting 9: TAD CONNECTED
    Press "1" (YES) if an answering machine is connected to the fax and turned on,
    or "2" (NO) if not. See Chapter 7 for more details on using an answering
    machine hookup.
    (Note: Select "NO" if you are using the distinctive ring function.)
    • Initial setting: "2"

    Setting 10: QUIET DETECT TIME
    This sets the duration of silence (in seconds) after which the fax will take over
    the line and begin reception when an answering machine is connected. Enter a
    number from "01" to "10", or enter "00" to turn off the function. (This setting
    is described in more detail in "Optional Hookup Settings" in Chapter 7.)
    (Note: We recommend that you do not set Quiet Detect Time below 3 seconds.)
    • Initial setting: "04"

    Setting 11: FAX RECEPTION WHEN TAD FAILS
    Press "1" (YES) to have the fax answer a call if an answering machine
    connected to the fax does not answer within 5 rings. Press "2" (NO) to turn the
    function off. (This setting is described in more detail in "Optional Hookup
    Settings" in Chapter 7.)
    • Initial setting: "2"

    Setting 12: DISTINCTIVE RING
    This sets the ring pattern to which your fax will answer if you subscribe to a
    distinctive ring service. Enter a number from "1" to 5" to select a pattern. See
    "Distinctive Ring" in Chapter 2 for more details.
    • Initial setting: "5"

    Setting 13: FAX SIGNAL RECEIVE
    Your fax is set to automatically begin reception if you hear a high-pitched fax
    tone after answering a call on your fax or an extension phone. If you use a
    computer fax modem to send documents on the same line, you must turn this
    setting off in order to prevent your fax from mistakenly attempting to receive
    documents from the computer fax modem. Press "1" to turn the setting on, or
    "2" to turn it off.
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    Setting 14: JUNK NUMBER CHECK
    Press "1" to prevent reception from fax numbers (and voice numbers if you are
    using Caller ID) entered in the Anti Junk Number List. Press "2" to allow
    reception from all numbers.
    • Initial setting: "2"

    Setting 15: POLLING
    Press "1" if you want to use Rapid Key 15/POLL as a polling key. Press "2" if
    you want to use it as a regular Rapid Key.
    • Initial setting: "2"

    Setting 16: CALLER ID
    If you subscribe to a caller ID service and want to use the Caller ID function,
    press "1", enter your area code by pressing the number keys, and then press the
    START key. To turn Caller ID off, press "2".
    • Initial setting: "2"

    Setting 17: AUTO COVER SHEET
    Press "1" (YES) to have the fax automatically generate a cover sheet and send
    it as the last page of each transmission. Press "2" (NO) to turn the function off.
    • Initial setting: "2"

    Setting 18: ACTIVITY REPORT AUTO PRINT OUT
    Press "1" to have your fax automatically print out an Activity Report once
    every 30 operations. (The list can still be printed out on demand when desired.)
    Press "2" to turn automatic print-out off.
    • Initial setting: "2"

    Setting 19: ERROR CORRECTION MODE (ECM)
    Press "1" (YES) to have any distortions in a transmission due to noise on the
    telephone line be corrected before the document is printed out. This is only
    effective when the other machine has ECM as well. Press "2" (NO) to turn the
    function off.
    • Initial setting: "1"

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    Printing
    Reports and Lists

    You can print out a variety of lists showing settings and information entered in
    the fax. You can also have the fax automatically print out a report on transactions after they are made. The lists and the report are described below.

    Printing a list

    1

    Press the keys shown at right. LISTING
    MODE will appear in the display.

    2

    Press the "#" key or the "*" key until
    the desired list appears in the display.

    3

    Press the START key.

    FUNCTION

    2

    or

    START

    Activity Report
    This report shows information on your most recently performed send and receive operations (a combined maximum of 30 operations can appear). The report is divided into two parts: the TRANSMISSIONS ACTIVITY REPORT,
    which shows information on transmissions, and the RECEPTIONS ACTIVITY
    REPORT, which shows information on receptions.
    ♦ If Option Setting 18 is set to YES, a report will be automatically printed
    out whenever information on 30 operations has accumulated. (A report can
    still be printed on demand at any time.)
    ♦ All information is erased after a report is printed out. If automatic print-out
    is turned off and print-out has not been done manually for 30 operations,
    the information on the oldest operation will be overwritten each time a new
    operation is performed.

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    Explanation of headings
    SENDER/ The fax number of the other machine involved in the transaction. If this
    RECEIVER machine does not have an ID function, the communication mode will appear
    (for example, "G3").
    PAGES

    Number of pages transmitted or received.

    NOTE

    OK - Transmission/reception was normal.
    P.FAIL - A power failure occurred.
    JAM - A problem with the fax paper or document occurred.
    NO PAPER - You ran out of fax paper during reception.
    CANCEL - Transmission was cancelled because the STOP key was
    pressed, no document was in the feeder, or the other machine requested
    transmission using a function which your fax does not have.

    COM.E-0 to COM.E-14 - A telephone line error prevented the transaction.
    Explanations of the error numbers are given in the following tables, however,
    these are primarily for use by service engineers. In general, you will want to
    simply try the transaction again. If necessary, check with the other party to
    make sure their machine is functioning properly.

    Transmission errors

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    E-0

    Able to recognize handshake signal, but it has errors.

    E-1

    Cannot recognize the handshake signal from the receiver side.

    E-2

    Line disconnected during transmission.

    E-3

    Line disconnected after modem speed fall-back.

    E-4

    Line disconnected during multi-page transmission.

    E-6

    Cannot recognize the handshake signal for next page at receiver side.

    E-7

    No response from receiver side or "disconnect signal" is received at transmitter
    side.

    E-8

    Error was not corrected after the predetermined number of retries because of an
    error in a part of a page.

    E-11

    Error occurred after or while reception by the remote (receiving) machine was
    revealed to be impossible.

    E-12

    Error occurred just after fall-back.

    E-13

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    Reception errors
    E-0

    Able to recognize handshake signal, but it has errors.

    E-1

    Line disconnected during reception.

    E-2

    Cannot recognize the handshake signal from the transmitter side.

    E-3

    Cannot recognize the last handshake signal from the transmitter side.

    E-4

    Cannot recognize the handshake signal for next page from the transmitter side in
    the case of mode change.

    E-5

    Cannot recognize the handshake signal for next page from transmitter side.

    E-7

    No response from transmitter or "disconnect signal" is received at receiver side.

    E-8

    Error occurred upon completion of reception of all pages.

    E-9

    Error occurred when mode was changed or transmission/reception switching was
    performed.

    E-10

    Error occurred during partial page or physical page reception.

    E-11

    Error occurred after or during inquiry from the remote (transmitting) machine as to
    whether reception was possible or not.

    E-12

    Error occurred during or just after fallback.

    E-13

    Error occurred after retransmission end command was received.

    E-14

    Error occurred after voice communication command was received.

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    Telephone Number List
    This list shows the fax and voice numbers which have been stored for automatic
    dialing.

    Passcode List
    This list shows settings made for polling security, your name and fax/telephone
    number as entered in the machine, and a sample of the header printed at the top
    of every page you transmit (HEADER PRINT).

    Option Setting List
    This list shows the current status of the optional settings.

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    Anti Junk Number List
    This list shows the fax numbers (and voice numbers if the Caller ID function is
    being used) from which reception is not allowed.

    Program and Group List
    The top part of this list shows the programs which have been entered. The bottom part shows the fax numbers which have been stored in each Group Key.

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    Caller ID List
    This list shows information about your most recent unanswered calls (maximum
    of 20 calls). (This list is only available if you are using the Caller ID function.)

    Print Setup List
    This list shows the current status of the printing settings made by pressing the
    FUNCTION key and the "6" key.

    Transaction Report
    This report is printed out automatically after an operation is completed to allow
    you to check the result. Your fax is set at the factory to print out the report only
    when an error occurs. If desired, you can change the setting to have it printed
    out under a variety of other conditions. This is done by changing Option Setting
    7 as described in Chapter 9.
    ♦ The same headings appear in the Transaction Report as in the Activity Report. See "Activity Report" in this chapter for an explanation of the headings.
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    Maintenance

    Fax print head
    Clean the print head frequently to ensure optimum printing performance. To
    clean the print head, first unplug the power cord, open the print compartment
    cover (press the release marked OPEN), and remove the imaging film.
    Wipe the print head, frame and roller
    with a soft cloth dampened with denatured alcohol.
    Print head
    Frame

    Rollers

    Caution!

    • Do not use benzene or thinner. Avoid touching the print head with hard
    objects.

    • The print head may be hot if your fax machine has just received a large
    number of documents. If this is the case, allow the print head to cool prior to
    cleaning.

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    Scanning glass and rollers
    Clean the scanning glass and rollers frequently to ensure the quality of transmitted images and copies. Open the operation panel by pulling the front edge up
    (grasp it at the PANEL RELEASE mark), and clean the scanning glass and
    rollers as shown below.
    Wipe the scanning glass, white backplate, and rollers with a soft cloth.
    • Make sure that all dirt and stains (such
    as correcting fluid) are removed, as
    these will cause vertical lines on transmitted images and copies.

    White
    backplate
    Document
    rollers

    Scanning glass

    The housing
    Wipe the external parts and surface of the machine with a dry cloth.
    Caution!

    • Do not use benzene or thinner. These solvents may damage or discolor the
    machine.

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    Troubleshooting

    Problems and Solutions
    Note: For problems with an answering machine hookup, see "If you have porblems" in Chapter 7, "Answering Machine Hookup".
    Problem
    Nothing appears in the display.

    Check and remedy

    • Make sure the power cord is properly plugged
    into a power outlet.

    • Connect another electrical appliance to the
    outlet to see if it has power.
    The fax does not respond
    when you press any of its
    keys.
    Dialing is not possible.

    • If a beep sound is not made when you press the
    keys, unplug the power cord and then plug it
    back in several seconds later.

    • Make sure the power cord is properly plugged
    into a power outlet.

    • Make sure that the telephone line is properly
    connected to both the TEL. LINE jack and the
    wall jack.

    • Make sure that the fax is set to the correct
    dialing mode for your telephone line. See Option
    Setting 8 in Chapter 9.
    The power is on, but no
    transmission takes place.

    • Make sure that the receiving machine has fax
    paper.

    • Make sure that the telephone line cord is
    plugged into the "TEL. LINE" jack, and not the
    "TEL. SET" jack.

    • If the receiving machine is in manual mode with
    no attendant, reception will not be possible.

    • If the receiving machine is not a Sharp model,
    make sure it is G3 compatible.

    • Check the display for error messages.
    • Pick up the handset and check for a dial tone.

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    Chapter 12

    Troubleshooting

    Automatic document feeding does not work for transmission or copying.

    • Check the size and weight of the document (see

    Nothing is printed at the receiving end.

    • Make sure that the document for transmission is

    "Transmittable documents" in Chapter 3).

    placed face down in the feeder.

    • Make sure that the fax paper is properly loaded
    in the receiving machine.
    A distorted image is received at the other end.

    • Noise on the telephone line may cause
    distortion. Try sending the document again.

    • Make a copy of the document on your fax. If the
    copy is also distorted, your fax may have a
    problem.
    The power is on, but no reception takes place.
    The printing paper does not
    come out.

    • Make sure that the telephone line cord is
    plugged into the "TEL. LINE" jack, and not the
    "TEL. SET" jack.

    • The printing paper may be jammed. See
    "Clearing Jammed Printing Paper" in this
    chapter.

    • Make sure that the printing paper is properly
    loaded in your machine.
    The printing paper comes
    out blank when you try to receive a document.

    • Make sure that the document is loaded properly
    in the feeder of the transmitting machine. Make
    a copy to confirm the printing ability of your
    machine.

    • Ask the other party to send higher contrast
    The received document is
    faint.

    Received images are distorted.

    documents. If the contrast is still too low, your
    fax may have a problem. Make a copy to check
    it.

    • Noise on the telephone line may cause
    distortion. Have the other party try sending the
    document again.

    • The print head may be dirty. See "Fax print
    head" in Chapter 11.

    • Make a copy of another document on your fax. If
    the copy is also distorted, your fax may have a
    problem.

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    Chapter 12

    Troubleshooting

    • If reception or copying has been done
    Reception/copying is interrupted.

    continuously for a long time, the print head may
    have become overheated. Turn off the power
    and let it cool down.

    • The fax may interrupt during a voice call if
    Voice calls taken on an extension phone are interrupted by the fax.

    No reception occurs when
    polling is attempted.

    Option Setting 9 is set to YES and the reception
    mode is set to AUTO. To prevent interruption on
    a touch-tone extension phone, press any three
    keys on the extension phone after answering.
    (Note: Do not enter the code to activate fax
    reception.)

    • Make sure you have not run out of printing paper.
    • Make sure the transmitting machine is in
    automatic reception mode.

    • If the transmitting machine has polling security,
    make sure that your fax number has been
    entered both in your fax and in the transmitting
    machine.

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    Chapter 12

    Troubleshooting

    Messages and Signals
    Display messages
    CHECK PAPER SIZE

    The paper size setting is incorrect. Change the
    paper size setting as described in "Loading the
    Paper" in Chapter 1.

    COVER OPEN

    The printing compartment cover is open. Close it.

    DOCUMENT JAM

    The original document is jammed. See the
    following section, "Clearing Paper Jams".

    FAX RX IN MEMORY

    A fax has been received in memory because the
    imaging film needs replacement, you have run
    out of printing paper, or the paper is jammed.
    The fax will print out automatically when the
    problem is fixed.

    FILM END

    The imaging film may need replacement. Check
    the film and replace it if necessary.

    FUNCTION MODE

    The FUNCTION key has been pressed.

    LINE ERROR

    Transmission or reception was not successful.
    Press STOP to clear the message, and then try
    again.

    LINE IS IN USE

    An extension phone connected to the fax is being
    used. Do not lift the fax’s handset or attempt
    transmission at this time, as this will interrupt the
    conversation on the extension phone.

    MEMORY IS FULL

    The memory is full. See "Memory" in Chapter 8.

    MEMORY PRINTING

    The fax is preparing to or printing out a document
    from memory.

    ON HOOK DIAL

    The SPEAKER key has been pressed and the
    fax is waiting for you to dial.

    OUT OF PAPER

    You are out of printing paper.

    OVER HEAT

    The print head has overheated. Operation can be
    continued once it cools.

    PAPER JAMMED

    The printing paper is jammed. See the following
    section, "Clearing Paper Jams".

    Note: If you have turned on the Caller ID function, see "Caller ID" in Chapter 8 for display messages related to Caller ID.
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    Troubleshooting

    Audible signals
    Continuous tone

    3 seconds

    Indicates the end of transmission,
    reception, or copying.

    Intermittent tone
    (3 beeps)

    5 seconds
    (1 second on,
    1 second off)

    Indicates incomplete
    transmission, reception, or
    copying.

    Rapid intermittent tone

    35 seconds
    (0.7 seconds on,
    0.3 seconds off)

    Indicates that the handset is off
    hook.

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    Chapter 12

    Troubleshooting

    Clearing Paper Jams
    Clearing a jammed document
    If a document doesn’t feed properly during transmission or copying, or DOCUMENT JAMMED appears in the display, first try pressing the START key. If
    the document doesn’t feed out, open the operation panel (grasp the front edge at
    the "PANEL RELEASE" mark and pull up) and pull it out gently.

    Clearing jammed fax paper

    1

    Press the release marked OPEN and
    open the print compartment cover.
    • Caution! The printing head (the strip
    of metal on the underside of the frame)
    applies heat to the printing film. It
    may be hot if a document has just been
    printed.

    2

    90

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    Chapter 12

    3

    Gently pull the jammed paper out of the
    printing compartment.

    4

    Replace the imaging film, making sure
    that the flange goes into the rear slot on
    the left side of the printing compartment.
    Also, make sure that the right, rear gear
    engages with the gear below it.

    5

    Wind the film slightly (rotate the gear on
    the right side of the rear spool) so that
    there is no slack in the film. Make sure
    that both edges of the film wind onto the
    spool evenly.

    6

    Close the print compartment cover, making sure it clicks into place.

    Troubleshooting

    • Caution! Close the cover slowly to
    make sure it doesn’t pinch your fingers.

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    Specifications
    Applicable telephone line:

    Public switched telephone network

    Compatibility:

    ITU-T (CCITT) G3 mode

    Configuration:

    Half-duplex, desktop transceiver

    Memory size*:

    512 KB (approx. 30 average pages with ECM function
    off)

    Compression scheme:

    MH, MR, MMR

    Scanning method:

    Flat-bed, solid-state CCD

    Resolution:

    Horizontal:
    203 lines/inch (8 lines/mm)
    Vertical:
    Standard  98 lines/inch (3.85 lines/mm)
    Fine /Halftone 196 lines/inch (7.7 lines/mm)
    Super fine  391 lines/inch (15.4 lines/mm)

    Recording system:

    Thermal transfer recording

    Display:

    7 x 5 dots, 1 line by 16-digit display

    Reception modes:

    Auto/Manual

    Modem speed:

    9600 bps with automatic fallback to 7200, 4800, or
    2400 bps

    Transmission time*:

    Approx. 9 seconds

    Effective recording width:

    8.0" (203 mm) (average)

    Input document size:

    Automatic feeding:
    Width  5.83 to 8.5" (148 to 216 mm)
    Length  5.04 to 11" (128 to 279 mm)
    Manual feeding:
    Width  5.83 to 8.5" (148 to 216 mm)
    Length  5.04 to 39.4" (128 to 1000 mm)

    Effective scanning width:

    8.3" (210 mm) max.

    Automatic document feeder: 20 sheets max.
    Halftone (gray scale):

    64 levels

    * Based on ITU-T Test Chart #1 at standard resolution in Sharp special mode,
    excluding time for protocol signals (i.e., ITU-T phase C time only).
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    Specifications
    Contrast control:

    Automatic/Dark selectable

    Copy function:

    Single/Multi-copy/Sort-copy (99 copies/page)

    Telephone function:

    Standard (cannot be used if power fails)

    Power requirements:

    120 V AC, 60 Hz

    Operating environment:

    41 - 95°F (5 - 35°C), 20 to 80% RH

    Power consumption:

    Stand-by: 5 W
    Maximum: 100 W

    Dimensions:

    Width: 14.4" (365 mm)
    Depth: 13.9" (353 mm)
    Height: 7.6" (193 mm)
    (Without attachments)

    Weight:

    Approx. 10.4 lbs. (4.7 kg)

    As a part of our policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to
    make design and specification changes for product improvement without prior
    notice. The performance specification figures indicated are nominal values of
    production units. There may be some deviations from these values in individual
    units.

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  • Page 104

    UX500U MSDS-Front 1/2

    SHARP

    Date Issued: Feb. 9,1996

    MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

    MSDS No. B-1006

    Section 1. Product Identification
    Product Code: FO-15CR, UX-15CR

    Imaging Film

    Section 2. Supplier’s Name and Address
    Sharp Corporation
    22-22 Nagaike-cho, Abeno-ku, Osaka, Japan
    Local suppliers are listed below. Please contact the nearest supplier for additional information.

    (Country)
    U.S.A.

    Canada

    United
    Kingdom

    (Name and Telephone Number)
    Sharp Electronics Corporation
    Telephone number for information :
    Emergency telephone number
    :
    Sharp Electronics of Canada Ltd.
    Telephone number for information :
    Emergency telephone number
    :
    Sharp Electronics(U.K.)Ltd.
    Telephone number for information :

    201-529-8200
    1-800-255-3924
    416-890-2100
    1-800-424-9300
    01923-474013

    Section 3. Ingredients
    Ingredients
    Polyethylene terephthalate
    Carbon black
    Ethylene-vinyl acetate
    copolymer
    Ester wax
    Parraffin wax
    Microcrystalline wax
    Modified wax
    Polyester resin
    Others

    CAS No.
    25038-59-9
    1333-86-4

    Proportion
    51.0 %
    8.5 %

    OSHA PEL
    3.5mg/m 3

    ACGIH TLV
    3.5mg/m3

    Other Limits
    -

    24937-78-8

    3.1 %

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    -

    8015-86-9
    8002-74-2
    63231-60-7
    8016-60-2
    27923-68-8
    -

    5.6
    12.5
    15.2
    1.3
    1.3
    1.5

    %
    %
    %
    %
    %
    %

    2mg/m3 (fume)
    -

    Section 4. Hazardous Identification (Emergency Overview)
    This product is ink film for thermal transfer facsimile. "Ink film" is a thin film coated with ink.
    It is no special hazard under normal use condition.

    Section 5. Health Hazard Data
    Route(s) of Entry:

    Health Hazards:

    Inhalation ?
    not applicable

    Skin ?
    not applicable

    Ingestion ?
    Possible but very unusual

    The ingredients are not listed in ACGIH (1986) and OSHA (1989) ecept carbon black
    and paraffin wax
    Carcinogenicity:
    In 1996 the IARC reevaluated carbon black as a Group 2B carcinogen (possible
    human carcinogen). This classification is given to chemicals for which there is
    inadequate human evidence, but sufficient animal evidence on which to base an
    opinion of carcinogenicity. The classification is based upon the development of lung
    tumors in rats receiving chronic inhalation exposures to free carbon black at levels
    that induce particle overload of the lung. Studies performed in animal models other
    than rats did not show any association between carbon black and lung tumors.
    Signs and Symptoms of Exposure:
    not applicable
    Medical Conditions Generally Aggravated by Exposure: not applicable
    Emergency and First Aid Procedures:
    not applicable

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    UX500U MSDS-Front 2/2

    SHARP

    Date Issued: Feb. 9,1996

    MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

    MSDS No. B-1006

    Section 6. Physical Chemical Characteristics
    Boiling/Melting Point
    Vapor Pressure
    Vapor Density
    Evaporation Rate
    Appearance
    Odor

    m.p. about 70 °C
    for ink
    not applicable
    not applicable
    negligible
    thin film coated
    with ink
    slight wax odor

    Specific Gravity

    about 1

    Solubility
    PH
    Viscosity
    Color

    negligible (water)
    not applicable
    not applicable
    black

    Section 7. Fire and Explosion Data
    Flash Point (Method Used):
    Ignition Temperature:
    Flammable Limits:
    Extinguishing Media:
    Special Fire Fighting Procedure:
    Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazard:
    Sensitivity to Mechanical Impact:
    Sensitivity to Static Charge:

    about 250 °C for ink
    not applicable
    not applicable (LEL);
    (UEL);
    CO2, water, dry chemicals and form etc.
    none
    none
    no hazardous effect by mechanical impact
    not applicable

    Section 8. Reactivity Data
    Stability:
    Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid):
    Hazardous Decomposition:
    Hazardous Polymerization:

    Stable
    none
    not applicable
    not applicable

    Section 9. Precautions for Safe Handling and Use
    Personal Protection Information (Respiratory,
    Engineering Control/Ventilation:
    Work/Hygienic Practice:
    Steps to be taken in case of Spill or Leak:
    Waste Disposal Method:

    Eye Protection and Protective Glove): not required
    especially none
    especially none
    If rumple the product and wax layer peel off, sweep up or clean with vacuum cleaner.
    If it dirty skin, wash with water and soap. If it clothes, wash by suitable method.
    Dispose in an approved incinerator or contract with licensed chemical disposal
    agency.
    Ensure conformity with governmental disposal regulations. (Dispose by the same
    method of ordinary plastic products.)

    Section 10. Regulatory Information
    NFPA Rating (U.S.A.):
    WHMIS Legislation (Canada):
    Transport Information:
    UN No.:

    no information
    not controlled
    no information
    no information

    Section 11. Other information
    Reference :

    IARC (1996) Monographs on the Evaluation of the Carcinogenic Risk of Chemicals
    to Humans, Vol. 65, Printing Process and Printing inks,
    Carbon Black and Some Nitro Compounds, Lyon, pp-149-261
    H. Muhle, B. Bellmann, O. Creutzenberg, C. Dasenbrock, H. Ernst,
    R. Kilpper, J. C. Mackenzie, P. Morrow, U. Mohr, S. Takenaka, and
    R. Mermelstein (1991) Pulmonary Response to Toner upon Chronic Inhalation
    Exposure in Rats.
    Fundamental and Applied Toxicology 17, pp. 280-299

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    FCC Regulatory Information
    This equipment complies with FCC rules, Part 68. On this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, the FCC Registration Number and Ringer Equivalence
    Number (REN) for this equipment. If requested, this information must be provided to
    your telephone company.
    An FCC compliant telephone cord and modular plug is 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. This equipment connects to
    the telephone network through a standard USOC RJ-11C network interface jack.
    The REN is used to determine the quantity of devices which may be connected to your
    telephone line and still have all of those devices ring when your number is called. Too
    many devices on one line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all, areas as the sum of the RENs of all devices should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to your
    line, as determined by the total RENs, contact your local telephone company.
    If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, your telephone company may
    disconnect your service temporarily. If possible, they will notify you in advance. If advance notice is not practical, you will be notified as soon as possible. You will also be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC.
    Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or
    procedures that could affect the operation of your equipment. If this happens, the telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
    If you have any questions or problems which cannot be solved by reading this manual,
    please contact Sharp’s Customer Information Center. The number is 1-800-BE SHARP.
    If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, your telephone company may
    ask you to disconnect the equipment until the problem resolved.
    This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company.
    Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs. Contact your state’s public utility commission, public service commission, or corporation commission for more information.
    This equipment is hearing-aid compatible.
    When programming and/or making test calls to emergency numbers:
    • Remain on the line and briefly explain to the dispatcher the reason for the call.
    • Perform such activities in the off-peak hours, such as early morning or late evening.

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    Guia de Consulta Rapida
    START

    Instalación

    3. Presione: START
    4. Introduzca su número de fax empleando el
    teclado. Se pueden introducir un máximo
    de 20 dígitos.

    ♦ Si se equivoda, presione la tecla
    TEL
    SET.

    EXT
    .
    PHO
    NE

    TEL
    LIN .
    E

    HOLD/SEARCH para mover el cursor al
    error. Al introducir el dato correcto, se
    borra el error.
    START

    TEL
    LIN .
    E

    5. Presione la tecla de inicio: START
    6. Introduzca su nombre empleando el teclado.

    1. Conecte el microteléfono como se muestra.
    2. Conecte la toma TEL LINE a su toma telefónica de la pared.
    3. Enchufe la unidad en su toma de CA de la
    pared.

    Instalación con un telefono de
    extension
    4. Remueva el sello que cubre la toma TEL
    SET del panel trasero del facsmile.
    Conecte el teléfono de extensión en la
    toma TEL SET .

    Instalación con un contestador
    automático y un telefono de extension
    5. Conecte la toma TEL LINE del contestador
    automático a la toma TEL SET del
    facsmile.

    Introducción de su Nombre y
    Número

    ABC

    1
    GHI

    4
    PQRS

    7

    2
    JKL

    5
    TUV

    8

    DEF

    Borra la letra resaltada
    Tecla de cambio
    de mayúsculas/minúsculas
    Mueve el cursor
    hacia la izquierda
    Mueve el cursor
    hacia la derecha

    SPEED
    DIAL

    3
    MNO

    REDIAL

    6
    WXYZ

    HOLD/
    SEARCH

    9

    SPEAKER

    0

    Para desplazarse a través del grupo de símbolos.

    ♦ Emplee "1" para dejar un espacio.
    ♦ Para introducir dos letras seguidas que requieren emplear la misma tecla, presione la
    tecla SPEAKER después de introducir la
    primera letra.
    Ejemplo: Para escribir "ABZ Co.", presione:
    "2" dos veces para la letra A,
    Presione SPEAKER para movel el cursor hacia
    la derecha.
    "2" tres veces para la letra B,

    La ley exige que su nombre y número de fax
    aparezcan en todos los documentos que envíe. Para programar su fax de forma que haga
    esto automáticamente, siga los pasos siguientes:
    1. Presione FUNCTION y luego presione "3":
    FUNCTION

    3

    "9" cinco veces para la letra Z,
    "1" dos veces para un espacio,
    "2" cuatro veces para la letra C,
    Presione REDIAL para letras minúsculas,
    "6" cuatro veces para la letra o,
    "#" una vez para un punto.
    7. Presione:

    START

    STOP

    ENTRY MODE aparece en el visualizador.
    2. Luego, presione dos veces la tecla #:
    OWN NUMBER SET aparece en el visualizador.

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    Guia de Consulta Rapida
    Insercion de Fecha y Hora
    Para insertar la fecha y la hora, presione las teclas siguientes en el órden indicado:
    FUNCTION

    3

    El visualizador mostrará: DATE & TIME SET
    Presione: START

    START

    Para borrar un número de discado automático,
    presione las teclas siguientes en el orden indicado
    FUNCTION
    3

    Presione "2" y luego introduzca un número de
    dos dígitos para asignar el número de discado
    rapido:
    Presione:

    START

    STOP

    Introducir dos dígitos para el mes (01 al 12)
    Introducir dos dígitos para el día del mes (01
    al 31)

    Envio de Documentos

    Introducir dos dígitos para el año (00 al 99)

    Insetrte su documento (hasta 20 páginas) con
    el lado impreso hacia abajo en el alimentador
    de documentos.

    Introducir dos dígitos para la hora (01 al 12)
    Introducir dos dígitos para el minuto(00 al 59)
    Presionar: "*" para AM o "#" para PM
    Después de introducir todos los caracteres,
    STOP
    presione: START y luego STOP : START

    Discado Normal

    Memorización y Borrado de
    Numeros de las Marcas
    Automaticas
    Para memorizar números o cambiar números
    que ya no están vigentes, presione las teclas
    siguientes en el orden indicado:
    FUNCTION

    SPEAKER

    1. Levante el teléfono y presione
    2. Marque el número de fax, empleando el teclado.
    3. Espere a oir el tono (en caso de que alguna
    persona conteste, pedir que le dé tono) y
    entonces presionar START .
    4. Presione START y cuelgue el teléfono.

    3

    Discado con Teclas Rápidas
    El visualizador mostrará: FAX/TEL # MODE
    1. Presione : "1"

    1

    2. Introducir un número de dos dígitos ("01" a
    "99") para designar el número de discado
    rápido. Este sera el número de dos dígitos que usted empleará para marcar el
    número deseado.
    3. Introducir el número de fax/telefono.
    4. Presione: START

    START

    5. Introducir el nombre del lugar o persona al
    que este número de ha sido asignado (un
    máximo de 20 caracteres).
    6. Presione: START

    Discado Veloz
    1. Presione la tecla SPEED DIAL

    SPEED
    DIAL

    2. Introduzca el número de discado rápido
    asignado presionando el teclado.
    3. Presione START

    START

    START

    7. Repita los pasos 1 al 3 para continuar insertando en memoria las números deseados.
    Para abandonar esta función, presione
    STOP.

    98

    Para discar a través de teclas rápidas,
    presione la tecla correspondiente (si la tecla
    es de 20 a 38, pulse primero la tecla SHIFT).
    La transmisión comenzará de manera
    automática.

    Discado directo - Usando el Teclado
    1. Disque el número de fax correspondiente.
    2. Presione START

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    Guia de Consulta Rapida
    Recepción de documentos
    Presione RECEPTION
    MODE hasta que AUTO
    o MANU aparezca en el
    visualizador.

    RECEPTION
    MODE

    Recepción AUTO: El fax suena cuatro veces y comienza a recibir los documentos que
    entran.

    Recepción MANUAL: Levante el teléfono
    cuando suena el fax. Cuando se oiga un tono
    de fax, presione START y cuelgue el receptor,
    o puede esperar a que aparezca RECEIVING
    en el visualizador, entonces cuelgue.

    Cargar el papel
    1. Si todavía no está instalada, insertar la bandeja de papel en el fax.
    2. Retirar la cubierta, si se
    encuentra en la bandeja. (Para papel de
    tamaño folio, levantar la
    pieza de prolongación
    de la bandeja.)
    3. Tire hacia adelante de
    la placa de retención
    del papel.

    ♦ Si todavía queda papel
    en la bandeja, sáquelo
    y póngalo junto con la
    nueva pila de papel.
    4. Coloque la pila de
    papel en la bandeja;
    coloque la tapa y empuje hacia abajo la
    placa de retención
    del papel.

    LETTER
    LEGAL

    Instalar la película de impresión
    1. Presione el dispositivo
    soltador marcado OPEN
    y abra la tapa del compartimiento de impresión.
    2. Inserte dos de las
    ruedecillas en los extremos de la bobina de
    película.
    3. Tome la bobina vacía de
    tal forma que el extremo
    que tiene una sóla ranura
    quede a la izquierda; introduzca las bobinas en el
    compartimiento de impresión de tal forma que
    las ruedecillas encajen en
    las ranuras que hay a
    cada lado del compartimiento.
    4. Con unas tijeras corte
    la cinta que retiene las
    bobinas juntas y
    retírela. Introduzca la
    ruedecilla restante en
    el extremo derecho de
    la bobina vacía y el saliente en el extremo
    izquierdo de la misma
    bobina.
    5. Tire de la bobina vacía
    hacia el fondo del compartimiento, desenrollando la parte anterior de
    la bobina de película. Inserte la bobina vacía en
    el compartimiento de
    forma que la ruedecilla
    y la bobina encajen en
    las ranuras que hay a
    ambos lados del compartimiento.
    6.
    Enrolle la película ligeramente para templarla;
    cierre luego la tapa del compartimiento de impresión.

    5. Ahora pulse las teclas así:
    FUNCTION

    6

    Si ha cargado papel de tamaño estándar
    pulse "1"; si el papel es de tamaño folio,
    pulse "2".
    STOP
    Al terminar pulse:

    7.
    Si ha sustituido la película, pulse las teclas
    siguientes (procedimiento no necesario
    para la película de muestra incluida con el
    fax): FUNCTION
    START

    6

    99



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    Index
    A
    Activity Report, 77
    Automatic printing, 76
    Answering machine hookup
    Connecting, 6
    Fax answer when TAD fails, 52
    Problems, 48
    Quiet Detect Time, 47, 51
    TAD connection setting, 46
    Touch-tone fax activation, 49
    Anti Junk Fax (Anti Junk Number), 57,
    76
    Anti Junk Number List, 81
    Audible signals, 89
    Auto cover sheet, 76
    Auto reception mode, 19, 37
    Automatic dialing, 22, 34

    B
    Batch Page Numbering, 31
    Broadcasting, 61

    C
    Caller ID, 53
    Caller ID List, 54, 82
    Cleaning, 83 - 84
    Contrast, 29
    Copies, 40
    Copy Cut-off setting, 42
    Copy/Help key, 13, 40
    Cover sheet, 30, 76

    D
    Date, setting, 17
    Dial mode, 74
    Dialing
    Direct Keypad, 33
    Normal, 32, 43
    Rapid Key, 34, 43
    100

    Search, 35, 44
    Speed, 34, 43
    Direct Keypad Dialing, 33
    Display, 13
    Display messages, 88
    Distinctive Ring, 20
    Document feeder, 28
    Document guides, 28
    Document restrictions, 27
    Document rollers, 84
    Document sizes, 27
    Document, maximum scanning size, 27

    E
    Electrical outlet, 6
    Error Correction Mode, 76
    Extension telephone, connecting, 6
    Extension telephone, using, 38

    F
    Fine Resolution Priority, 73
    Function key, 13

    G
    Group Keys
    Storing, 25
    Using, 62

    H
    Halftone, 29
    Handset, 7
    Handset receiver volume, 26
    Hold, 44
    Hold/Search key, 12, 35, 44
    Housing, cleaning, 84



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    Index

    I
    Imaging film
    Loading, 2
    Replacing, 5
    Initialize Film setting, 5

    J
    Jams, clearing, 90
    Junk Number Check, 76

    L
    Letters, entering, 15
    Loading the document, 28

    M
    Manual reception mode, 19, 37
    Memory, 59
    Memory key, 13

    N
    Normal dialing, 32, 43
    Number keys, 12
    Number of rings in Auto answer mode,
    73

    O
    Option Setting List, 80

    P
    Paper jams, clearing, 90
    Paper Size setting, 10
    Paper Type setting, 10
    Passcode List, 80
    Pauses, auto-dial, 22
    Polling, 63 - 65
    Power cord, 6
    Print head, cleaning, 83
    Print Setup List, 82
    Priority Call, 55

    Program and Group List, 81
    Programs, 68

    R
    Rapid Dial Keys, 13
    Rapid Key Dialing, 34, 43
    Recall Times, 74
    Recall Wait Interval, 74
    Reception mode
    Auto, 19, 37
    Manual, 19, 37
    Setting, 19
    Reception mode key, 13, 19
    Reception Ratio setting, 39
    Redial key, 12, 22, 36, 44
    Redialing, 36, 44
    Resolution, 29
    Resolution key, 13, 29
    Ringing volume, 26
    Rollers, cleaning, 84

    S
    Scanning glass, cleaning, 84
    Search Dialing, 35, 44
    Sender’s name and number, entering, 14
    Speaker key, 12, 26, 32, 43
    Speaker volume, 26
    Speed Dial key, 12, 34, 43
    Speed Dialing, 34, 43
    Start key, 13
    Stop key, 13
    Storing numbers for automatic dialing,
    22

    101



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    Index

    T
    TEL. LINE jack, 7
    TEL. SET jack, 6
    Tel/Fax Remote Number, 74
    Telephone line cord, 7
    Telephone Number List, 80
    Telephone, using as, 43
    Time, setting, 17
    Timer List, 79
    Timer operations, 66
    Transaction Report, 82
    Transaction Report Print Select, 74
    Two-in-one printing, 39

    V
    Volume keys, 26

    102



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    LIMITED WARRANTY
    SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION warrants to the first end user purchaser that this Sharp brand
    product (the "Product"), when shipped in its original container, will be free from defective workmanship
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