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Chapter 3

Installation

1. Installation Procedure
Follow the procedure below for installing the machine:
Start

Preparation

(Refer to page 3-2)

Unpacking

(Refer to page 3-4)

Accessories

(Refer to pages 3-7)

Attaching the accessories

(Refer to page 3-8 to 3-18)

Attaching the hardware options

(Refer to pages 3-19 to 3-28)

Connect the machine to power and telephone lines

(Refer to page 3-29)

Memory Clear

(Refer to page 3-30)

Country setting operation

(Refer to pages 3-31 to 3-32)

Function setting

(Refer to page 4-1)

Distinctive Ring setting (US/AU/HK)
To use the Distinctive Ring function, first explain the function to the user and confirm the type of Distinctive Ring provided by the telephone company. Then, make the following settings. 1. Set Bit 3 of FUNC 35 in service settings to "1." (Refer to page 4-105.) 2. Set the options for Distinctive Ring by referring to user function settings. (Refer to page 4-20.)

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2. Preparation
2.1 Preparing Tools
Installation and maintenance of this machine require the following tools: Phillips screwdriver (diameter 7mm, length 120mm) Scissors or knife (used to cut the packing bands)

2.2 Installation Location
When selecting the installation location, avoid the following factors: Direct sunlight. Extremely high temperature. Extremely low temperature. Extremely high humidity. Environment with bad heat radiation. Areas where sudden temperature changes may occur, such as near a refrigerator, etc. Water splashes or chemical contamination. Areas where dust, iron powder, poison gases, etc. may arise. Areas subject to heavy vibration. Areas where products with strong magnetic parts are around. (Near radios, TV sets, other electric appliances, etc.)

Provide space as shown in Figure 3-2-1 for placing the facsimile unit, considering the operation, daily maintenance, replacement of consumables, etc. Also be certain to keep the back side of the machine at least 100 mm (4") away from the wall.
120 mm (4.72 inches) 400 mm (15.74 inches)
250 mm (9.84 inches) 707 mm (27.83 inches)

Height: 650 mm (25.6 inches)
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Fig.3-2-1
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2.3 Selecting the Location for Recording Paper Storage
Store the recording paper in a proper location. Keep the recording paper in the wrapper for storage, keep it clean and out of direct sunlight. Once a pack is opened, use up the paper as soon as possible. When the machine is not to be used for a long period of time, remove the recording paper from the paper tray and store it in the packing paper. Do not store paper stacks standing on end or leaning against something. Keep it flat. The following factors may result in poor performance of the paper, or may result in poor image quality. Using paper other than that recommended Pieces of recording paper sticking together. Printing on the back side of a sheet that has already been used, or two-sided printing. Paper which has absorbed water or moisture. Paper sheets that are stuck together due to perforated lines, burrs on cut edges, etc. Paper sheets which are dirty, wavy, folded, wrinkled, cut, stapled, etc. Paper of sizes or weights other than those specified. Paper added to the tray before the paper in the tray is completely used up.

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3. Unpacking
NOTE: When taking the machine out of the carton or carrying it, be certain to hold the parts indicated with arrows in the figure below. Holding it at other parts may damage the machine or affect it's performance.

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Fig. 3-3-1

Procedure: (1) Put the carton on a bench, table, etc. that is stable and strong. (2) Cut the bands around the outer carton and lift the outer carton off of the machine.

NOTE: When taking the machine out of the carton, lift the unit in the manner shown above. Retain the carton, plastic bags, cushions, etc., because they will be needed later for moving or transporting the machine. (3) (4) Carefully remove the packing materials from the unit and accessories. Check the contents of the carton to see if anything is damaged or missing in reference to the packing list attached. (Refer to page 3-5.)

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Packing List Facsimile unit
Packing material Drum unit Recording paper exit tray Toshiba viewer Operator's Manual Toner cartridge Packing material Document exit tray

Packing material

Document support

Paper tray Packing material

Packing material

Power cord

Phone line cord Packing pad

Facsimile unit

Packing pad

Outer carton

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Fig. 3-3-2
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Optional paper tray

Packing pad Paper cassette

Packing pad

Packing pad Paper tray

Packing pad

Outer carton

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Fig. 3-3-3

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4

Accessories

4.1 List of Accessories
The following accessories are shipped with the machine:

Facsimile unit: 1

Document exit tray: 1

Recording paper exit tray: 1

Document support: 1

Paper tray: 1

Phone line cord: 1

Drum unit: 1

Toner cartridge: 1

Power cord: 1

Operator's manual: 1

Warranty card: 1

Toshiba viewer CD-ROM: 1

Fig. 3-4-1

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4.2 Installing the Accessories
4.2.1 Drum Unit and Toner Cartridge
CAUTION: To prevent damage or poor print quality , do not touch the green drum, or expose it to room light for more than the 3 minutes. Never expose the drum to direct sunlight. (1) Push the top cover open button and open the top cover.

Top cover

Top cover open button

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Fig. 3-4-2

(2)

Install the drum unit into the machine, aligning the guides of the unit with the grooves inside the machine. Color coordinated "1" labels have been affixed to the drum unit and to the inside of the machine. Install the drum unit by aligning these labels.

Drum unit

Green handle

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Fig. 3-4-3

Make sure the drum unit is inserted inside the machine as far as it will go.
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(3) (4)

Toner cartridge from the box. Holding it firmly with both hands, rock it left and right, forward and back in the directions indicated by the arrows in the figure.
Toner cartridge

Green handle

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Fig. 3-4-4

(5)

Holding onto the toner cartridge's handle, lower it into the machine. Make sure that the four pins (two on each side) fit into the grooves inside the machine. Color coordinated "2" labels have been affixed to the toner cartridge and to the inside of the machine. Install the toner cartridge by aligning these labels.

2 2

2 2

Green handle Toner cartridge

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Fig. 3-4-5

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As the toner cartridge is lowered into the machine, its handle will rotate first to the rear of the machine and then to the front. The cartridge will click into place when it is completely installed.

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Fig. 3-4-6

(6)

Press down on the top cover until "click" a is heard to ensure the latches engage.

Top cover

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Fig. 3-4-7

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4.2.2 Power Cord and Phone Line Cord
(1) (2) Ensure the power switch is turned Off. Plug in the power cord into the machine.

Power switch

Power cord
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Fig. 3-4-8

(3)

Connect the phone line cord to the LINE connector on the machine and wall jack.

Phone line cord

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Fig. 3-4-9

(4)

Plug the power cord into the AC wall outlet.
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4.2.3 Document Support, Document Exit Tray and Recording Paper Exit Tray
(1) Fit the tabs of the recording paper exit tray into the slots on the back side of the unit.

Recording paper exit tray extension

Recording paper exit tray

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Fig. 3-4-10

(2)

Fit the tabs of the document support into the slots on the top side of the unit.

Document support extension

Document support

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Fig. 3-4-11

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(3)

Fit the tabs of the document exit tray into the slots on the front side of the unit. CAUTION: Do not place heavy objects on the document exit tray or apply strong force.

Document exit tray Document exit tray extension

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Fig. 3-4-12

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4.2.4 Recording Paper Tray, Bypass Tray and Recording Paper
(1) (2) Lift the document exit tray so that it catches on the under side of the operation panel. Place the hooks of the recording paper tray to the guides on the front side of the unit.

Recording paper tray

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Fig. 3-4-13

(3)

Open the paper guides.

Paper guide

Paper guide
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Fig. 3-4-14

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(4)

Prepare new recording paper sheets by holding both ends and flexing several times. This will separate the sheets and provide optimum feeding. Align the stack so that all four corners are neatly aligned. Be sure to load the recording paper in accordance with any paper manufacturer's printing side instruction. Some papers have a preferred image side. This image side should be placed face up in the Recording Paper Tray.

NOTE: Do not fan the paper. Make sure that the corners of the paper are neatly aligned.

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Fig. 3-4-15

(5)

Insert up to 250 sheets into the paper tray. Secure the stack by adjusting the paper guides.

NOTES: Do not exceed the upper stack limit line as this may cause paper mis-feeds. Do not add paper on top of the paper already in the machine.

Paper guide Paper guide
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Fig. 3-4-16

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(6)

Replace the bypass tray on the recording paper tray.

Bypass tray

Recording paper tray

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Fig. 3-4-17

(7) (8)

Press the [MENU], [5], [2], [0], [3] keys. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired size of paper (LT, A4, LG), then press the [ENTER] key. After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

(9)

(10) Open the paper guides.

Paper guide
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Fig. 3-4-18

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(11) Insert a one sheet of paper on the bypass tray.

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Fig. 3-4-19

(12) Adjust the paper guides so that both sides of the paper are secure.

Paper guide
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Fig. 3-4-20

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(13) Replace the document exit tray.

Document exit tray

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Fig. 3-4-21

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5. Hardware Options
5.1 Remarks before Starting Work
Before starting work, read and understand the following. Otherwise, accidents may occur that can result in injury to you or damage to the machine. The contents of this chapter should be noted along with the notes or remarks described in the operator's manual. WARNING: This machine has a high-voltage power supply unit. Turn the power switch OFF and unplug the power cord before starting any kind of work. Do not work with wet hands or wet clothes. Do not wear loose clothing that can become entangled in the gears, rollers, etc. Be certain to plug and unplug cables and wires while holding the connector. Plugging or unplugging by holding the harness can damage the wires in the cable or cause electrical shock. Do not touch the PC boards directly. Static electricity discharge may damage the components. Be sure you are properly grounded before working. Do not touch the thermal fuser after turning the main power OFF. Wait several minutes until the thermal fuser unit cools down. CAUTION: Always work on a suitable table or bench. The working area must be well ventilated. Always be sure to use the correct screws and fasteners. If an incorrect screw or fastener is used it may result in binding, or cause some other obstruction, with a nearby part. Also be careful not to lose screws. Take care that cables and connectors are properly fitted together. Also be sure that connectors of a similar size and shape are not connected to the wrong place. The machine may operate with unexpected result, or not at all. When replacing batteries, or boards with memory installed, the memory contents will be cleared. Be sure to print a communication journal, function list, and the telephone lists before starting. Turn the power switch OFF after confirming that the residual memory in the LCD window shows 100% or the image (PIX) memory will be cleared and it cannot be recovered. Be careful when handling the drum unit. Do not touch the drum surface. Keep it horizontal. Do not leave it exposed to light for a long time, etc. When using a magnetic tool, do not let it touch the boards having memory chips, controllers, etc. It will cause malfunctions or memory defects.

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Be very careful when handling the LSU. (Do not drop or handle it roughly, do not disassemble, etc.) Be sure to remove attachments and accessories (as required) such as the recording paper exit tray, document exit tray, etc.

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5.2 Attaching Hardware Options
The following are hardware options for this machine. The functions, installing procedure, and operation check method vary for each hardware option. Install the desired options in consideration of purposes and environments .

5.2.1 Optional Recording Paper Tray
It automatically feeds recording paper (A4 or Letter). Optional recording tray can be installed below the tray installed as a standard feature. With the standard tray and one optional recording tray installed, the total capacity is 750 sheets. Composing Parts: Optional recording paper tray :

1

Installing Procedure: Before beginning, power the unit off and read through "5.1 Remarks Before Starting Works." (Page 3-19) (1) Lift the machine and install it on the alignment pins of the optional paper tray.

Alignment pin

Optional recording paper tray

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Fig. 3-5-1

CAUTION: The Optional recording paper tray is NOT screwed to the machine. Be careful when moving or carrying the machine with the Optional recording paper tray installed.
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(2)

Remove the Optional recording paper tray.

Optional recording paper tray

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Fig. 3-5-2

(3)

Remove the optional tray cover.

Optional tray cover

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Fig. 3-5-3

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(4)

Press the paper pressure plate down until clicks.

Paper pressure plate
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Fig. 3-5-4

(5)

Prepare new recording paper sheets by holding both ends and flexing several times. This will separate the sheets and provide optimum feeding. (See Fig. 3-4-15.) Align the stack so that all four corners are neatly aligned. Be sure to load the recording paper in accordance with any paper manufacturer's printing side instruction. Some papers have a preferred image side. This image side should be placed face up in the Recording Paper Tray.

NOTES: There are two types of the Optional Recording Paper Tray, one for A4-size paper and another for letter-size paper. Use the Tray meeting your paper size. Do not fan the paper. Make sure that the corners of the paper are neatly aligned. (6) Place the recording paper stack into the tray. Make sure that the paper is seated under the two separation claws on the back side of tray. Be careful not to damage the claws of the recording paper tray. Do not add paper on top of the paper already in the machine.
Upper stack limit line

NOTES: Do not exceed the upper stack limit line as this may cause paper mis-feeds.

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Fig. 3-5-5
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(7)

Replace the optional tray cover.

Optional tray cover

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Fig. 3-5-6

(8)

Insert the optional recording paper tray all the way into the machine.

Optional recording paper tray
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Fig. 3-5-7

NOTE: As the tray is inserted, listen for the sound of the paper pressure plate moving up into position. (9) Press the [MENU], [5], [2], [0], [3] keys.

(10) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired size of paper (LT, A4, LG), then press the [ENTER] key. (11) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired size of paper (LT, A4), then press the [ENTER] key. (12) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. (13) After assembling, set the paper tray, turn the power switch ON, and check the following: "Sensor test" in "Function test" of test mode. (Refer to pages 11-10.) Load the document and press the [COPY] key. Check if copying and feeding normally take place from both paper trays.
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5.2.2 Telephone Handset/Cradle
Handset for the facsimile unit and used as a telephone. This option is for US/CA model only. Composing Parts: Cradle Handset Handset cable Cradle stay Curl cord Cradle cord cover

: : : : : :

1 1 1 1 1 1 2

Handset holder assembly :

Installing Procedure: Before beginning, power the unit off and read through "5.1 Remarks Before Starting Works." (Page 3-19) (1) Open the control panel and press the cover open button to open the top cover.

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(2)

Slide the cradle holder into the machine until it clicks.

Cradle holder

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Fig. 3-5-3

(3)

Slide the cradle stay into the cradle until it clicks.

Hook Guide Cradle

Cradle stay

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Fig.3-5-4

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(4)

Put the cradle to the guides on the cradle holder.

Cradle

Cradle holder

Guide

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Fig.3-5-5

(5)

Connect the curl cord to handset jack and cradle jack.
Handset

Cradle

Handset jack Cradle jack

Curl cord

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Fig. 3-5-6

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(6)

Open the handset modular cover and connect the handset cable to the HANDSET jack.
Handset jack Handset modular cover

Handset cable

Cradle jack
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Fig.3-5-7

(7)

Secure the handset cable to the rear cover with the cradle cord covers.

Cradle cord cover

Handset cable
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Fig.3-5-8

(8)

After installing, turn the power switch ON, and check the following: "Dial type" in "User function setting" of function settings. (Refer to page 4-6.)

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6. Connecting to the Power and Telephone Lines
CAUTION: Do not use any other than AC rated voltage (115VAC/60Hz, 220VAC/ 50Hz/60Hz). Do not share an outlet with other electric appliances. Do not share a wall outlet with any machine that causes a large, instantaneous load (air-conditioner, copier, etc.). Do not place the power cord where it will be walked on, or crushed. When plugging or unplugging the unit, hold the plug but not the cord. Be certain to connect the machine to a properly grounded wall outlet. Procedure: (1) Ensure that the power switch is OFF. (2) Plug the power cord into the wall outlet. Be sure the outlet is rated for 115VAC/60Hz or 220VAC/50Hz/60Hz, and that it is properly grounded, before plugging the machine in. Connect the phone line cord to the LINE jack on the unit. Connect the other end of the phone line cord to the modular jack on the wall. Connect the phone line cord of the external telephone set (if present) to the TEL jack on the unit.

(3) (4) (5)

External telephone

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Fig. 3-6-1

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7. Memory Clear
At the time of installing the machine, be sure to perform a memory clear to initialize the machine before entering the function setup procedures. After the memory clear, go on to whatever procedures are necessary. Procedure: (1) Turn the power switch OFF. (2) (3) Hold down the [*], [1] and [3] keys on the operation panel and turn the power switch ON. Hold the three keys down simultaneously for a count of 3 then release the keys.

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8. Country Setting Operation
The destination is programmed of this setting. Once the destination has been programmed, it remains unchanged even if the country setting operation is changed. To change the destination, therefore, the memory clear operation is required.
COUNTRY CODE 1: 49: 44: 39: 32: 31: 358: 34: 43: 41: 45: 47: 351: 46: 33: 61: 30: 65: 852: 886: 86: US/CA/LA DE GB IT BE NL FI ES AT CH DK NO PT SE FR AU/NZ GR SG HK TW CN

* This operation will clear all the setting information, except the below. Drum counter Print edge margin
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Country setting of NCU PBA by FG harness
DE GB NL IT AT BE CH SE DK NO FI PT FR ES GR IE ZA SG HK AU NZ W2 W2 W2 W1 W2 W2 W2 W2 W1 W2 W1 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2 W2

FG harness

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Fig. 3-8-1

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9. Remarks on Moving the Machine
Procedure: (1) Turn the Power switch OFF, unplug the Power cord. (2) (3) Remove the phone line cord and the external telephone set. Remove the Toner cartridge and Drum unit from the machine. (Refer to page 3-8) Pack the Toner cartridge and Drum unit with the packaging materials for the kit. Remove the accessories or attachments from the machine. (Refer to page 3-7) Secure the Top cover and the operation panel with drafting tapes so that they may not be opened, and pack them in a carton.

(4) (5)

NOTE: The Drum unit should be kept with this machine, or it should be discarded. Do NOT use this Drum unit in another machine or poor image quality may result. Do NOT put another drum unit into this machine (unless it is new) or poor image quality may result.

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