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Chapter 4

Function Settings

Function settings are mainly divided into two groups, function settings that can be performed by the users, and function settings that can be performed by service technicians only. The contents and operations are different between the two, so select the appropriate mode for each required setting.

1. User Function Settings
The User Function Settings are used to set various requirements for the user at the time of installing the machine and after the machine installation. The function setting is done by either a menu-selection method or by setting the numeric value. It is possible to select any function by pressing the [MENU] key, then the [ ] and [ ] keys, then [ENTER], or the numeric key for that function. For the initial value list, refer to "Chapter 12 APPENDIX". To select a menu item, you may use the [ ] and [ ] keys to highlight the required item followed by pressing the [ENTER] key, as described above, or you may directly enter the item number through the numeric key. If the first item is highlighted, the [ ] key will not have any effect. If the last item is highlighted, the [ ] key will not return to the first item. The keystrokes needed to access the various function settings will be shown with uppercase letters and brackets. For example, [MENU] or [ENTER] means to press the Menu Key or the Enter Key.



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1.1 Initial Setup
1.1.1 Language [MENU], [4], [1]

This setting is performed to select a language for the LCD messages. (1) Select the desired option using the [ ] or [ ] keys, then press the [ENTER] key. LANGUAGE 1.ENGLISH 2.ESPA—OL 3.FRAN«AIL

ENGLISH This selection will display messages in English. ESPA—OL This selection will display messages in Spanish. FRAN«AIL This selection will display messages in French. (2) When the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.1.2 Date & Time

[MENU], [4], [2]

This setting is used to designate the date and time to execute a delayed transmission, record the date and time of each transmission or reception, etc., to be printed on a journal. If the current date and time displayed (in the Standby Mode screen, etc.) are wrong, set the correct date and time data here. (1) Move the cursor using the [ ] key and set the date. DATE [05-17-2000] (2) (3) Press the [ENTER] key. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to move the displayed to select the desired format to show the Date and Time data on the LCD display, then press the [ENTER] key. DATE FORMAT 1.MM-DD-YYYY 2.DD-MM-YYYY 3.YYYY-MM-DD MM-DD-YYYY: Displays the date in the Month-Day-Year (4-digit) format. DD-MM-YYYY: Displays the date in the Day-Month-Year (4-digit) format. YYYY-MM-DD: Displays the date in the Year-Month-Day (4-digit) format. (4) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to move the displayed to the desired option (NUMERIC or NAME), then press the [ENTER] key. This selection will effect the display of the Month data on the LCD display. MONTH FORMAT 2.NAME 1.NUMERIC NUMERIC Allows you to enter 2 digits, 01 to 12. If any other value is entered, it must be set again. NAME (3-digit) JAN / FEB / MAR .....OCT / NOV / DEC

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(5)

Select the desired option using the [ ] or [ ] keys, then press the [ENTER] key. TIME FORMAT 2.12 HOURS 1.24 HOURS

24 HOURS Selected to display the time in the 24-hour system. For setting the time, you can enter in the following range: Hour Value: 00 through 23 Minute Value: 00 through 59 12 HOURS Selected to display the time in the 12-hour system. For setting the time, you can enter in the following range: Hour Value: 00 through 12 Minute Value: 00 through 59 (6) Move the cursor using the [] key and set the time.
For 24-hour format For 12-hour format

TIME [09:43]

or

TIME [09:43 AM]

HH:MM Set the values within the range specified by the Hour Value (HH) and Minute Value (MM) above. If the value is outside the range, it must be set again. If the 12 Hour format is selected, then you will be directed to choose AM or PM after the Minute data is set. (7) (8) Press the [ENTER] key. After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.1.3 Terminal ID

[MENU], [4], [3]

This setting is performed to enter your own telephone (fax) number, terminal ID name and add the international code which will be printed as TTI at the top of the received document on the remote party side. (1) Entry the terminal ID name using the numeric keypad, then press the [ENTER] key. NAME [_ NAME A maximum of 40 digits can be entered including blank spaces. Refer to the section of Character Entries in the Operator's Manual. (2) Select the desired option using the [ ] or [ ] keys (to select YES or NO), then press the [ENTER] key. COUNTRY CODE 1.YES 2.NO (40MAX) ]

YES Selected to attach an International Code (Country Code). When selected, the symbol "+" is attached before the telephone number of your facsimile unit. Select this side if your facsimile unit is used for international fax communications. NO Selected to not attach an International Code. Select this if your facsimile unit is used solely for fax communications inside your country. When either is selected, the screen below is displayed. FAX NUMBER [_ (3) (20MAX) ]

Enter the telephone number of your facsimile unit, then press [ENTER] key. FAX NUMBER = (MAX20) Enter a maximum of 20 digits including blank spaces and the International Code.

(4)

When the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.1.4 Dial Type

[MENU], [4], [4]

This setting is used to determine the dial type of the telephone line to which the facsimile unit is connected. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to move the cursor to the desired option (TONE or PULSE) in the DIAL TYPE screen, then press the [ENTER] key. DIAL TYPE 1.TONE 2.PULSE

TONE (Multi-frequency) Connects the telephone line of the facsimile unit, and uses it as a MF Line. PULSE (Dial pulse) Connects the telephone line of the facsimile unit, and uses it as a DP Line. (2) During Chain Dialing operations, the digits entered into the DELETE ACCESS DIGIT will be ignored on dialing when they are encountered in an Abbreviated number or a One Touch key. If it is not necessary to set the ACCESS DIGIT, just press the [ENTER] key. DELETE ACCESS DIGIT [_ ] DELETE ACCESS DIGIT Set a number (typically 9-1) if it is necessary to access an outside telephone line. When a number (max. 10 digits) is entered, press the [ENTER] key. During a Chain Dial operation, it is not necessary to dial 9-1 on numbers associated with a One Touch or Abbreviated Number keys, therefore the DELETE ACCESS DIGIT will be ignored when they are programmed into a One-touch or Abbreviated Number key. (3) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return the display to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.2 Machine Settings
1.2.1 Bell Ringer Volume Adjustment [MENU], [5], [1], [01], [01]
Use this setting to adjust volume of the telephone bell ringer. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to move the cursor to the desired position and press the [ENTER] key. RINGER VOLUME 5.>>> 6.>> 7.> 8.OFF 1.>>>>>>> 2.>>>>>> 3.>>>>> 4.>>>>

VOLUME Set a value in the range from 0 (minimum) to 7 (maximum). (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

1.2.2 Alarm Tone Volume Adjustment

[MENU], [5], [1], [01], [02]

Use this setting to adjust volume of the alarm tone. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to move the cursor to the desired position and press the [ENTER] key. ALARM VOLUME 5.>>> 6.>> 7.> 8.OFF 1.>>>>>>> 2.>>>>>> 3.>>>>> 4.>>>>

VOLUME Set a value in the range from 0 (minimum) to 7 (maximum). (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.2.3 Key Touch Volume Adjustment

[MENU], [5], [1], [01], [03]

Use this setting to adjust volume of the key touch tone. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to move the cursor to the desired position and press the [ENTER] key. KEY TOUCH VOLUME 5.>>> 6.>> 7.> 8.OFF 1.>>>>>>> 2.>>>>>> 3.>>>>> 4.>>>>

VOLUME Set a value in the range from 0 (minimum) to 7 (maximum). (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

1.2.4 Monitor Volume Adjustment

[MENU], [5], [1], [01], [04]

Use this setting to adjust volume of the line monitor. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to move the cursor to the desired position and press the [ENTER] key. MONITOR VOLUME 5.>>> 6.>> 7.> 8.OFF 1.>>>>>>> 2.>>>>>> 3.>>>>> 4.>>>>

VOLUME Set a value in the range from 0 (minimum) to 7 (maximum). (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.2.5 Power Saver

[MENU], [5], [1], [02]

This setting allows you to minimize power consumption by turning power off to portions of the machine (as selected). If the Power Saver function is ON, a warm up period is needed before printing occurs. This facsimile has two Power Saver modes: Super Power Saver and Printer Power Saver. Super Power Saver turns virtually all power off to minimize power consumption. Select one of three modes, Automatic, Manual or OFF. Printer Power Saver turns only the fuser section off during the time period selected. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (SUPER P or PRINTER P .S. .S.), then press the [ENTER] key. POWER SAVER 01.SUPER P.S. 01.PRINTER P.S.

SUPER P.S. To select the SUPER POWER SAVER mode. PRINTER P.S. To select the PRINTER POWER SAVER mode.

When SUPER P.S. is selected: The screen below is displayed. 1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select one of the three options (AUTOMATIC, MANUAL or OFF), then press the [ENTER]. SUPER P.S. 2.MANUAL 3.OFF 1.AUTOMATIC

AUTOMATIC To select the Automatic Super Power Saver mode. MANUAL To select the Manual Super Power Saver mode. When this mode is selected, the operator selects/deselects Super Power Saver by way of a key on the operator Control Panel.

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OFF To deactivate the Super Power Saver mode. When Automatic is selected, the screen below is displayed. Enter the desired TIME period (in minutes) and press the [ENTER] key. ENTER TIME (1-60) [ 3]

Set the time period from 1 (minute) to 60 (minutes) for standby operation prior to entering the Super Power Saver mode.

When PRINTER P.S. is selected: The screen below is displayed. 1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press [ENTER]. PRINTER P.S. 1.ON 2.OFF

ON To select the Printer Power Saver mode. OFF To deactivate the Printer Power Saver mode. When ON is selected, the screen below is displayed. Enter the desired TIME period and press the [ENTER] key. START/STOP TIME [00:00-00:00] Enter the time period. The time on the left is the Printer Power Saver start time (or time that the printer unit will power down). The time on the right is the Printer Power Saver end time. The time period shown above is the factory default setting and signifies continuous Printer Power Saver operation. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode Screen.

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1.2.6 Department Code

[MENU], [5], [1], [03]

This is a security and accounting function that restricts use of the unit to valid department codes. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (YES or NO), then press the [ENTER] key. SET DEPT. CODE 2.NO 1.YES

YES To select the Department Code function. In this case, Department Number, Department Name, and Department Codes are to be set next. The first time this feature is selected, the Master Code will be set. The Master Code is required to set subsequent department codes, or to turn the Department Code feature OFF. NO Not to select the Department Code function, or to set the Department Code feature OFF if it was previously set to ON. (2) Enter a Master Code Department Name, then press the [ENTER] key. NAME [ NAME Enter a maximum of 20 characters for the Department Name. When more than 20 characters are entered, the exceeded characters will be ineffective. (3) Enter the Master Code, then press the [ENTER] key. MASTER CODE [_ MASTER CODE Enter a 5-digit number (00000 to 99999). Entering any number outside the designated range will result in an error, and you must enter a correct number again.

]

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(4)

The following screen appears. Enter a Department Number, the press the [ENTER] key. DEPT. NUMBER (1-50) DEPT. NUMBER Enter a number in the range from 02 to 50. [ _]

(5)

The following screen appears. Enter the department name, then press the [ENTER] key. NAME [_ NAME Enter a maximum of 20 characters. Any character entries exceeding 20 will be ineffective.

]

(6)

If the Department Number entered in Step (5) is already used for another Department, use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (DELETE, MODIFY, or RETAIN), then press the [ENTER] key. DEPT. NUMBER 3.RETAIN 1.DELETE 2.MODIFY 2

DELETE To cancel the Department Number. MODIFY To modify the Department Name of the Department Number. RETAIN To retain the preset data of the Department Number. (7) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. When the Department Code feature is turned ON, the first code activated is the Master Code. The Master Code must be used to make any changes to the subsequent department codes that are entered. The Master Code should be adequately safeguarded to prevent unauthorized use.

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1.2.7 Account Code

[MENU], [5], [1], [04]

This function is used to analyze who or to whom transmissions have been executed on the facsimile unit. By entering an Account Code for transmitting a document, data under the Account Code will be output on Journals. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] key to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. ACCOUNT CODE 2.OFF 1.ON

ON To select the Account Code function. OFF Not to select the Account Code function. The Account Code feature can not be used to restrict access. The operator is prompted for an account code, but it is possible to simply press the [START] key to initiate machine operations. If restricted access is desired, then the Department Code feature should be set to ON.

(2)

After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.2.8

Line Monitor

[MENU], [5], [1], [05]

This function is used to set the speaker ON in order to monitor the dialing and connection portion of every transmission. This function is mainly used to confirm dialing and phone line status. When two phone lines are simultaneously used for sending, the job initiated last will be monitored. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ALWAYS or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. LINE MONITOR 2.OFF 1.ALWAYS

ALWAYS Always to set the Line Monitor function. OFF Not to set the Line Monitor function. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

1.2.9

Receive Interval

[MENU], [5], [1], [06]

This function insures there will be a period of time set aside to receive incoming facsimiles during periods of heavy outgoing transmission activity. After every fourth consecutive transmission, this machine will wait 0 to 14 minutes to allow incoming facsimiles to be received (default is 3 minutes). (1) Enter the INTERVAL TIME value and press the [ENTER] key. INTERVAL TIME (0-14) INTERVAL TIME Set the value in the range from 0 to 14. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.2.10

ECM (Error Correction Mode)

[MENU], [5], [1], [07]

This is to set whether the Error Correction Mode (ECM) which automatically corrects image data affected by line noise or distortion is to be activated or not. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. ECM 1.ON 2.OFF

ON To activate the ECM function. OFF To deactivate the ECM function. In this case, part of the ECM buffer is available to be used as image (PIX) memory. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode.

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1.2.11

Sort Copy

[MENU], [5], [1], [08]

When copying documents, the SORT function may be selected. This function will sort multiple page copies into sets of correct-order pages. This setting establishes the default for the Sort Copy function. Sort Copy may, also, be set manually at the time the copy operation is performed. NOTES: ∑ The pages are automatically sorted. ∑ Requires enough memory for the entire multi-page document. If there is not enough memory (memory overflow), the copying procedure will be canceled. ∑ Collation is slower than non-collation because the entire document must be scanned into memory first, then printing can occur. ∑ Sorting is the responsibility of the operator. ∑ Memory requirements are limited to one page at a time. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. SORT COPY 2.OFF 1.ON

ON The pages are automatically sorted. OFF Not sorted the paper. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.2.12

Redial Mode

[MENU], [5], [1], [09]

This setting is performed to select the automatic redial interval and specify the number redial attempts to be made when communication is not completed properly because the line is busy or a communication error occurs. (1) Enter the INTERVAL value and press the [ENTER] key. INTERVAL (1-15) INTERVAL Set the value in the range from 1 to 15. (2) Enter the REDIAL COUNT value and press the [ENTER] key. REDIAL COUNT (1-14) REDIAL COUNT Sets the value in the range 0 to 14. (3) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. [ 5] (MINUTES) [ 1]

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1.2.13

Reception Mode

[MENU], [5], [1], [10]

This machine have four reception modes and the receiving function differs according to the selection mode. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired mode (FAX, FAX/TAD, TEL/FAX or MANUAL), and press the [ENTER] key. RECEPTION MODE 1.FAX 2.FAX/TAD 3.TEL/FAX 4.MANUAL FAX Mode This mode is selected to use this machine only as a facsimile unit. When it is selected, the Ring Delay count is to be set in the range from 01 to 10, followed by the [ENTER] key. RINGS TO ANSWER (1-10) [ 2]

FAX/TAD This mode is used together with a TAD (telephone answering device/machine). When it is selected, the Fax Monitor Time is to be set in the range from 0 to 99, followed by the [ENTER] key. FAX/TAD TIMER (0-99)

[45]

TEL/FAX The mode is used when the line is used for both facsimile and telephone when it is select, the Pseudo Ring number is to be set in the range from 1 to 15, followed by the [ENTER] key. TEL/FAX RINGS (1-15)

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Manual Mode This mode is selected to connect the machine to a line which is used as a voice telephone. In this case, the machine is used for both voice communication and fax sending/ receiving, the [START] key must be pressed after lifting up the handset (option). (2) When the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

1.2.14

Copy Reduction

[MENU], [5], [1], [11]

This function allows automatic reduction of the recording image when making copies. The default setting is OFF. NOTES: ∑ If this function is enabled, documents longer than the effective printable area will be reduced by 95, 90, 86, 83, 80 or 73% depending on the document length. ∑ If this function is disabled, documents more than 10 mm longer than the effective printable area will be split onto two pages. No image will be discarded. The excess portion of a document that is less than 10 mm longer than the effective printable area will be discarded. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. COPY REDUCTION 2.OFF 1.AUTO AUTO Recording will occur with reduction. OFF No reduction will be applied. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.2.15
NOTE:

Distinctive Ring

[MENU], [5], [1], [12]

This function is displayed only when the Bit 3 of FUNC 35 in service setting to "1." (US, AU, HK model only)

Distinctive Ring is a Telco feature which provides a Single ring signal for a telephone call and Double or Triple ring signals to designate a facsimile communication. This allows 2 types of communication with only one phone line. This unit's initial setting is "OFF." With this service set to ON, your unit monitors the rings signal, and if the ring signal is for the telephone, your telephone will ring, if the signal is for the facsimile, the facsimile will receives automatically. IMPORTANT: You must contract with your Telephone Company (Telco) to obtain this service. The Telco will assign one phone number for telephone service and one phone number for facsimile service. Both numbers will use the same physical phone line. Switching occurs at the Telco. This unit merely responds to the special ringing signals provided by the Telco. If you do not have Distinctive Ring from your Telco; do not select this feature. Use TEL/FAX instead. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (OFF, SINGLE, DOUBLE or TRIPLE), then press the [ENTER] key. DISTINCTIVE RING 1.OFF 2.SINGLE 3.DOUBLE 4.TRIPLE

OFF Responds to all patterns. SINGLE Responds to the single ring pattern. DOUBLE Responds to the double ring pattern. TRIPLE Responds to the triple ring pattern. (2) After the message "COMPLETED" is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return the display to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.3 Scanner & Printer
1.3.1 Document Mode [MENU], [5], [2], [01]

This is to set the resolution level and contrast for scanning documents. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired level of resolution (STANDARD, FINE, or UFINE), then press the [ENTER] key. DOCUMENT MODE 1.STANDARD 2.FINE 3.U-FINE

STANDARD (8 pels/mm x 3.85 lines/mm) For sending normal text and graphics. FINE (8 pels/mm x 7.7 lines/mm) For sending text of small characters and fine graphics. U-FINE (16 pels/mm x 15.4 lines/mm) With importance on resolution rather than the communication and process time, it is effective to send documents with fine small characters and graphics with fine lines. Then the screen below appears. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired contrast level (NORMAL, DARKER, or LIGHTER), then press the [ENTER] key. CONTRAST 1.NORMAL 2.DARKER 3.LIGHTER

(2)

NORMAL For normal documents. DARKER For recording in a darker level (i.e., for documents with light or faint print, pencil). LIGHTER For recording in a lighter level (i.e., for documents with dark print). (3) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.3.2 Document Length

[MENU], [5], [2], [02]

This setting selects whether or not a DOCUMENT JAM error will result when the received document is longer than the specified length. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (1m (39 INCHES) or ANY LENGTH), then press the [ENTER] key. DOCUMENT LENGTH 1.1M(39 INCHES) 2.ANY LENGTH

1m (39 INCHES) Allows the received document size of up 1 meter long (39.4 inches); a longer document will cause a DOCUMENT JAM error. ANY LENGTH Any length of document is acceptable. NOTE: If you select "ANY LENGTH", the machine will be unable to detect a document jam. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

1.3.3 Paper Size
This is to set the paper size in the paper tray. (1)

[MENU], [5], [2], [03]

Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired size of paper (LT, A4, LG), then press the [ENTER] key. PAPER SIZE (TRAY 1) 1.LT 2.A4 3.LG LT Select the Letter size paper. A4 Select the A4 size paper. LG Select the Legal size paper.

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(2)

When the Optional paper tray is installed, the screen below is displayed. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired size of paper (LT, A4), then press the [ENTER] key. PAPER SIZE (TRAY 2) 1.LT 2.A4 LT Select the Letter size paper. A4 Select the A4 size paper.

(3)

After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.3.4 Reset Drum Count

[MENU], [5], [2], [04]

This is to reset the Drum unit counter after you replace the Drum unit. NOTE: You must to reset the drum counter when you replace the Drum Unit. Never perform this operation on any other occasion.

(1)

Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (YES, NO), then press the [ENTER] key. RESET DRUM COUNT 2.NO 1.YES

YES Reset the Drum unit counter. NO Does not reset the Drum unit counter. (2) When "1.YES" selected. The scree is displayed, then press [ENTER] key. RESET DRUM COUNT ARE YOU SURE ? (3) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.3.5 Letter Head Paper

[MENU], [5], [2], [05]

This function allows you to specify a particular Paper Tray not to supply the recording paper for facsimile receptions. It is useful if you like to load the paper with letter head preprinted into a particular tray and use such paper for PC printing. NOTE: This function is only available when the Optional Recording Paper Tray is attached to the machine. If you have already selected a Paper Tray for the Separator Page function, this setting is not available. When the specified Paper Tray becomes empty, the paper will be supplied from another Paper Tray.

(1)

Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. LETTER HEAD PAPER 1.OFF 2.UPPER TRAY 3.LOWER TRAY OFF Not to use the Letter Head Paper function. UPPER TRAY To select the Upper Recording paper Tray. LOWER TRAY To select the Lower Recording paper Tray.

(2)

After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.4 TX Settings
1.4.1 Memory TX [MENU], [5], [3], [01]

This is to set whether the scanned document data is stored in memory. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. MEMORY TX 1.ON 2.OFF

ON All documents are stored in memory before being transmitted. The transmission may occur immediately, or it can be a delayed transmission. Transmission of a document will not occur until the remote machine has been contacted. With this feature set to ON, the greatest productivity of the unit can be realized. OFF No documents are scanned to memory. All documents are held until the remote unit picks up the line. For a Delayed transmission, it will be held until the desired transmit time, then the remote machine will be contacted, then the transmission will take place. In the case of a Multi address transmission, it will be scanned to memory regardless of this setting.

(2)

After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.4.2 Security TX

[MENU], [5], [3], [02]

This is to set a security function for document transmissions, to prevent your documents from being transmitted to wrong parties due to wrong dialing. The function works to match the dialed number with the TTI data of the remote party. Transmission will only be allowed when there is a match. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. SECURITY TX 2.OFF 1.ON ON To prevent dialing a wrong number for transmissions. OFF Will not prevent dialing a wrong number. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. If the remote party has failed to set their TTI to match the phone number that the machine is operating on, then a SECURITY TX will be blocked. This machine will display "COMMUNICATION ERROR" on the LCD display. SECURITY TX will not block numbers that are dialed after picking up the handset of the optional telephone set, or after pressing the [MONITOR] key.



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1.4.3 Cover Sheet

[MENU], [5], [3], [03]

This is a function to enable attaching a cover sheet on top of the document to be transmitted. On the cover sheet, you can preset an image scanned by this facsimile unit (company logo, etc.) as well as the receiver's name and the sender's name. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. COVER SHEET 2.OFF 1.ON

ON To select the Cover Sheet function. OFF Not to select the Cover Sheet function (2) Then the following screen appears. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (YES or NO), then press the [ENTER] key. LOAD DOCUMENT 1.YES 2.NO

YES To scan an image document. The screen below appears. LOAD DOCUMENT



In this case, RESIDUAL MEMORY for Standby Mode Screen does not reach 100%.

NO Not to scan an image document

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COVER SHEET reading area (In case of LT size) Load the desired image document in the Document Support. The screen below appears.

Image data is read in this

area.

150mm (5.9")

Press the [START] key to scan the document.

When "ON" is selected in Step 2 and the COVER SHEET has been set already with an image scanned, the following screen is displayed. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (CANCEL or RETAIN) then press the [ENTER] key. ALREADY ASSIGNED 1.DELETE 2.RETAIN

DELETE To delete the cover sheet image already scanned. RETAIN To retain the cover sheet image already scanned and cancel a new cover sheet setting. (3) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return the display to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.4.4 Recovery Transmission

[MENU], [5], [3], [04]

This sets the Recovery Transmission ON or OFF. When set to ON, a transmission that has failed, and the specified redial attempts have been made, will be stored in memory. The stored transmit job can be resent before the time period set below has expired. When set to OFF, such transmissions will automatically be cleared from memory. When the ON status selected, the time period to store such documents in memory is also set. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. RECOVERY TX 1.ON 2.OFF

ON When set to ON, documents are stored after a failed redial attempt for the time period designated below. After that time has expired, the stored documents are cleared from memory. OFF When set to OFF, documents are cleared from memory immediately upon completion of the last redial attempt. (2) The screen below is displayed. Enter the desired time length for storing the document data (01 to 24, in units of hours), then press the [ENTER] key. STORED TIME (1-24) STORE TIME A value 01 to 24 (hours) can be entered. (3) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen. [08]

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1.4.5 TTI (Transmit Terminal ID)

[MENU], [5], [3], [05]

This is to set whether or not the TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) is to be attached as a header on the sending documents. The following data is included in the TTI. Date and Start Time The date and start time the document transmission started. Transmitting station ID Name The ID name preset in your facsimile unit (if not preset, the telephone number of your facsimile unit). Maximum of 40 characters. Transmission Serial Number A 3-digit serial number assigned to and counted up on every transmission. Page Number/Total Number of Pages Each page of the document is printed with a page number followed by the total number of pages in the document (e.g. 001/003 means the first page of three total pages). File Number A 3-digit file number (job number) assigned to each job. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (INSIDE, OUTSIDE, or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. TTI 1.INSIDE 2.OUTSIDE 3.OFF

INSIDE To record TTI inside the document data. OUTSIDE To record TTI outside the document data. OFF TTI is not recorded.

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∑ When the recording image is divided into multiple pages on the receiving station, the TTI is not recorded on second pages of the divided image. ∑ The following shows the definitions of the Inside-document TTI and Outside-document TTI.



FCC regulations require that all facsimiles identify themselves (by name and phone number) and provide the date and time of the transmission. It is recommended that the dealer program this information for the end-user during set-up or installation. The position selection should also be confirmed as either INSIDE or OUTSIDE.

(2)

After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.4.6 Send After Scan

[MENU], [5], [3], [06]

This feature enables you to determine whether the dialing starts while the machine is scanning the documents or after the machine has scanned all documents in the Memory Send mode. Also, if dialing after scanning is selected, you can select to delete or send the scanned pages when the memory become full during scanning. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. SEND AFTER SCAN 2.OFF 1.ON

ON To enable Send After Scan function. OFF To disable Send After Scan function. When "ON" selected, the screen below is displayed. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. WHEN MEMORY FULL 1.CANCEL SENDING 2.SEND SCANNED PAGES

CANCEL SENDING When the memory full occurred, to delete the pages being scanned. SEND SCANNED PAGES When the memory full occurred, to send the pages scanned to memory. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.5 RX Settings
1.5.1 Secure Reception [MENU], [5], [4], [01]

There are occasions when you may wish to secure access to incoming documents. Secure RX allows you to receive documents to memory until a security code is entered. This ensures that only users with the correct security code may retrieve documents. In addition, Secure RX can be setup to automatically activate during a specified time period. To setup Secure RX, a 4-digit security code must be programmed first. After programming the security code, you can specify the time period during which Secure RX will be active. 24-hour coverage for specific days of the week is selectable. This section describes the procedure for programming a security code or changing an existing security code. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. SECURE RX 01.SECURITY CODE 02.SECURE RX

SECURITY CODE To select a security code for the first time or to change an existing security code. Go to next step. SECURE RX To set the activity period for Secure RX function. Go to step (4). If the security code already exists and you wish to change the current code, go to Step 4. When you enter a security code for the first time, go to Step 5. (2) Enter your 4-digit security code. The screen shown below is displayed to confirm your entry. Then press [ENTER] key. If a new code needs to be entered: NEW SECURITY CODE ] [ (3) Enter the current security code. SECURITY CODE ] [ If the code already exists: ENTER SECURITY CODE ] [

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(4)

The screen below displayed. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. SECURE RX 1.ON 2.OFF ON To activate automatic Secure RX during a specified time period. OFF To de-activate automatic Secure RX during a specified time period. When "1.ON" selected, the screen below displayed. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ALL DAY or FIXED TIME), then press [ENTER] key. MONDAY 1.ALL DAY 2.FIXED TIME ALL DAY To set Secure RX for the entire 24-hour-period for the day displayed. FIXED TIME To not set. Repeat this step until you select ALL DAY or FIXED TIME for each day of the week (up to Sunday). NOTE: The day of the week is shown of the LCD. Selecting ALL DAY for Monday means Secure RX will be active for the entire 24 hours of Monday.

If you select "2.FIXED TIME" for any day of the week, you will go to next Step after selecting the options for seven days of the week. (5) Enter the time period (start time and end time) subject to automatic activation. Use the [] or [] keys to move the cursor to the desired digits, enter a desired value or alternate AM/ PM position, when the desired time period is displayed, press [ENTER] key. START/STOP TIME [10:00PM-09:00AM] (6) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.5.2 Memory Reception

[MENU], [5], [4], [02]

This is to set whether the Memory Reception function (to store received document data into memory in case recording paper is not possible due to trouble, etc.) is active or not. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. MEMORY RX 1.ON 2.OFF ON To activate Memory Reception function. OFF To deactivate Memory Reception function. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode Screen.

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1.5.3 RX Reduction

[MENU], [5], [4], [03]

When the received document is longer than the effective recording area length, this function reduces the received document image up to 75% of its original size. Even with the RX reduction function ON, reduction will not take place in the following cases. A) When the received document is longer than the recording paper size and the entire image will not fit after reduction to 75%, the recording image will be divided into multiple pages. When the RX reduction function is OFF and the received document is longer than the recording paper size, the recording image will be divided into multiple pages.

B)

(1)

Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. RX REDUCTION 1.ON 2.OFF ON Recording will occur with reduction to 75% of the original size. OFF No reduction will be applied.

(2)

After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.5.4 Discard

[MENU], [5], [4], [04]

When the received document is longer than the effective recording area length, this function discards the excess area of the recording. Even when this Discard function is set ON, the function will not be effective in the following cases. A) When the exceeds area is longer than the specified value, no discarding will occur but the recording image will be divided into multiple pages. When the Discard function is set OFF, the image portion in the exceeding area will be recorded in a separate page.

B)

(1)

Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. DISCARD 1.ON 2.OFF

ON Discards the data in the area exceeding length of the recording paper. OFF Does not discard such data. (2) When the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.5.5 Reverse Order Print

[MENU], [5], [4], [05]

This function receives the entire facsimile document into memory and then prints the document in reverse order. In this way, the pages of the document will be in correct order. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. REV. ORDER PRINT 1.ON 2.OFF ON To set the Reverse Order Print function. OFF Not to set the Reverse Order Print function. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.5.6 Privileged Reception

[MENU], [5], [4], [06]

This is to set a security function for document receptions, to prevent documents from being received from wrong parties due to wrong dialing. The function works to match the dialed number with the TTI data of the remote party, and the Abbreviated Number and One-touch Number list programmed into the unit. Receptions will only be allowed when a match is found. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. PRIVILEGED RX 2.OFF 1.ON

ON To set the Privileged Reception function. OFF Not to set the Privileged Reception function. If the remote party's TTI does not match a phone number that is programmed into this machine's Abbreviated Number or One-touch key list, then the reception will be blocked. This machine will display "COMMUNICATION ERROR" on the LCD display.

(2)

After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.5.7 RTI

[MENU], [5], [4], [07]

This is to set whether or not the RTI (Remote Terminal ID) is printed as a footer when a document is received. The following data will be printed as RTI. Footer Message The title of the footer. Date and Time of Receiving The date and time the document is received. Transmitting Station Dial Number The telephone number of the transmitting remote station. Receiving Station Dial Number The telephone number of the receiving (your own) station. Page Number The page number of 3 digits. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. RTI 2.OFF 1.ON ON To record RTI OFF Not to record RTI ∑ The RTI is added at the bottom in the effective recording range of the received document image. ∑ The RTI is added even when a communication error or image error occurs. ∑ When the recording image is divided into multiple pages, the RTI is added only on the final page. ∑ The time data in the RTI is the same between multiple pages for one transmission, which is the time when the first page is transmitted. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.5.8 Separator Page

[MENU], [5], [4], [08]

A separator page is a sheet automatically inserted between each received fax. This feature makes it easier to distinguish between individual receptions. If you have already selected a Paper tray for the Letter head paper setting, this function is not available.

(1)

Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. RX SEPARATOR 2.OFF 1.ON

ON To select the Fax separator page function. OFF Not to select the Fax separator page function. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.6 Report and List Options
1.6.1 Journal [MENU], [5], [5], [01]

Allows the user to choose the manner that reports are printed. This sets the types of journals to be output, and sets the output method. (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. This menu option allows you to select the manner in which journal reports are to be printed. JOURNAL 1.SET KEY DEFAULT 2.AUTO PRINT

When SET KEY DEFAULT is selected: The screen below displays the options for the type of journal to be printed manually. 1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (SEND & RECEIVE, SEND, RECEIVE), then press the [ENTER] key. SET KEY DEFAULT 1.SEND & RECEIVE 2.SEND 3.RECEIVE

SEND & RECEIVE Prints both Transmission and Reception Journals. SEND Prints only Transmission Journals. RECEIVE Prints only Reception Journals. Go to Step (2).

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When AUTO is selected: This menu selection allows (or disallows) the automatic printing of journals after 40 (Rx and Tx) activities. 1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. AUTO PRINT 1.ON 2.OFF

ON Prints journals automatically after 40 (Tx and Rx) activities. OFF Does not print journals automatically. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

1.6.2 Comm. Report Options

[MENU], [5], [5], [02]

This sets the output method of Communication Reports and also sets whether the document content is printed to the reports for Memory Transmissions. The following are reports and lists that can be output as communication reports. ∑ Single Transmission ∑ Single Memory Transmission ∑ Multi-address Transmission ∑ Multi-polling ∑ Relay Transmission (Originator) (1) The screen below is displayed to select options for Single Transmission. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ALWAYS, ON ERROR, or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. TX REPORT 1.ALWAYS 2.ON ERROR 3.OFF

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ALWAYS Prints after every transmission. ON ERROR Prints only when an error has occurred in transmission. OFF Disables "print." (2) The screen below is displayed to select options for Memory Transmission. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. MEMORY-TX 1.ALWAYS 2.ON ERROR 3.OFF ALWAYS Prints after every transmission. ON ERROR Prints only when an error has occurred in transmission. OFF Disables "print." (3) The screen below is displayed to select a document-added option. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. SHOW FIRST PAGE 2.OFF 1.ON ON Adds add the document data in the Memory Transmission Report. OFF Does not add document data in the Memory Transmission Report.

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(4)

The screen below is displayed to select options for Multi-address Transmission Report. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. MULTI-ADD REPORT 1.ALWAYS 2.ON ERROR 3.OFF ALWAYS Prints after every transmission. ON ERROR Prints only when an error has occurred in transmission. OFF Disables "print."

(5)

The screen below is displayed to select a document-added option. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. SHOW FIRST PAGE 1.ON 2.OFF ON Adds the document data in the Report. OFF Does not add the document data in the Report.

(6)

The screen below is displayed to select options for Multi-polling Report. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. MULTIPOLL REPORT 1.ALWAYS 2.ON ERROR 3.OFF ALWAYS Prints after every Multi-polling. ON ERROR Prints only when an error has occurred in the Multi-polling. OFF Disables "print."

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(7)

The screen below is displayed to select options for Relay Transmission Originator Report. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. RELAY ORIGINATOR 1.ALWAYS 2.ON ERROR 3.OFF

ALWAYS

This menu option will only appear if the unit was setup with the Memory Clear: ALL (RELAY ON) in the Test Mode.

Prints after every Relay Transmission. ON ERROR Prints only when an error has occurred in transmission. OFF Disables "print." (8) The screen below is displayed to select a document-added option. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. SHOW FIRST PAGE 1.ON 2.OFF

ON Adds the document data in the Report. OFF Does not add the document data in the Report. (9) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.6.3 Reception List Options

[MENU], [5], [5], [03]

The menu options allows selection of a reception list. Printing will automatically start upon receiving a request to perform a relay operation. The following are the Reception Lists to output. ∑ Local Mailbox Reception List ∑ Remote Mailbox Reception List (1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select a desired option (RELAY RECEPTION, LOCAL MAILBOX, REMOTE MAILBOX), then press the [ENTER] key. RECEPTION LIST 01.LOCAL MAILBOX 02.REMOTO MAILBOX When LOCAL MAILBOX is selected: The screen below is displayed. 1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. LOCAL MAILBOX 02.OFF 01.ON ON Prints the Local Mailbox Reception List. OFF Does not print the Local Mailbox Reception List. When REMOTE MAILBOX is selected: The screen below is displayed. 1) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON or OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. REMOTE MAILBOX 01.ON 02.OFF ON Prints the Remote Mailbox Reception List. OFF Does not print the Remote Mailbox Reception List. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.
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1.7 RDC (Remote Diagnosis Configuration) Service
1.7.1 Remote Access
(1)

[MENU], [5], [6], [01]

The Screen below is displayed to select options for Remote Access. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON, OFF), then press the [ENTER] key. REMOTE ACCESS 2.OFF 1.ON

ON Select to enable the Remote Access to ON. OFF Select to disable the Remote Access to OFF. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

1.7.2 Download Firmware
(1)

[MENU], [5], [6], [02]

The Screen below is displayed to select options for Download Firmware. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option (ON JOB IN MEMORY, ANYTIME), then press the [ENTER] key. DOWNLOAD FIRMWARE 1.NO JOB IN MEMORY 2.ANYTIME

ON JOB IN MEMORY Select to allow downloading the firmware only when there is no pending job in memory. ANYTIME Select to allow downloading the firmware any time, regardless of the no pending job in memory. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.7.3 RDC Password
(1)

[MENU], [5], [6], [03]

Enter the RDC password using the numeric keypad, then press the [ENTER] key. PASSWORD [ PASSWORD Up to 20 digits. ]

(2)

After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.8 Automatic Supply Order
1.8.1 Destination Setup
(1)

[MENU], [5], [6], [04], [1]

Enter the destination fax number using One touch dialing, Abbreviate dialing or keypad dialing, then press the [ENTER] key. DESTINATION SETUP ENTER FAX NUMBER

If the destination fax number has already been registered the following screen is displayed. ALREADY PROGRAMMED 1.RE-PROGRAM 2.RETAIN

You may select one of the following two options. RE-PROGRAM Allows you to change the destination fax number. RETAIN Retains the destination fax number. (2) After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

1.8.2 Supplies
(1)

[MENU], [5], [6], [04], [2]

The Screen below is displayed to select the desired option (TONER ORDER SETUP, DRUM ORDER SETUP), then press the [ENTER] key. SELECT SUPPLIES 1.TONER ORDER SETUP 2.DRUM ORDER SETUP

TONER ORDER SETUP Order the Toner kit. DRUM ORDER SETUP Order the Drum kit.

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(2)

The Screen below is displayed to select options for Supplies. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. TONER ORDER SETUP 1.AUTO ORDERING 2.ENTER PART NUMBER 3.ENTER QUANTITY 4.DONE DRUM ORDER SETUP 1.AUTO ORDERING 2.ENTER PART NUMBER 3.ENTER QUANTITY 4.DONE

(3)

When the "1.AUTO ORDERING" is selected, the screen below is displayed. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. AUTO ORDERING 2.NO 1.YES

YES Select to enable auto ordering. NO Select to disable auto ordering. (4) When the "2. ENTER PART NUMBER" is selected, the screen below is displayed. Enter the Part number using the numeric keypad, then press the [ENTER] key. ENTER PART NUMBER [

]

ENTER PART NUMBER Up to 20 digits. (5) When the "3. ENTER QUANTITY" is selected, the screen below is displayed. Enter the quantity of Supplies using the numeric keypad, then press the [ENTER] key. ENTER QUANTITY (1-99)

[ 1]

ENTER QUANTITY Set a value in the range from 1 to 99. (6) (7) When the "4.DONE" is selected, the returns to SUPPLIES ORDER menu screen. After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

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1.8.3 Other Information
(1)

[MENU], [5], [6], [04], [3]

The Screen below is displayed to select options for Supplies. Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the desired option, then press the [ENTER] key. OTHER INFORMATION 1.ENTER CUSTOMER NBR 2.ENTER CONTACT NAME 3.CONTACT TEL NUMBER 4.ENTER SHIP TO NAME 5.ENTER SHIP ADDRESS 6.DONE

(2)

When the "1.ENTER CUSTOMER NBR" is selected, the screen below is displayed. Enter the customer fax number using the numeric keypad, then press the [ENTER] key. ENTER CUSTOMER NBR ] [ ENTER CUSTOMER NBR Up to 20 digits.

(3)

When the "2.ENTER CONTACT NAME" is selected, the screen below is displayed. Enter the contact name using the numeric keypad, then press the [ENTER] key. ENTER CONTACT NAME ] [

ENTER CONTACT NAME Up to 40 characters. (4) When the "3.CONTACT CUSTOMER TEL NUMBER" is selected, the screen below is displayed. Enter the contact tel number using the numeric keypad, then press the [ENTER] key. CONTACT TEL NUMBER ] [

CONTACT TEL NUMBER Up to 32 digits.

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(5)

When the "4.ENTER SHIP TO NAME" is selected, the screen below is displayed. Enter the sipping name using the numeric keypad, then press the [ENTER] key. ENTER SHIP TO NAME [ ]

ENTER SHIP TO NAME Up to 40 characters. (6) When the "5.ENTER SHIP TO ADDRESS" is selected, the screen below is displayed. Enter the shipping address using the numeric keypad, then press the [ENTER] key. ENTER SHIP ADDRESS ] [

ENTER SHIP ADDRESS Up to 64 characters. (7) (8) When the "6.DONE" is selected, the returns to SUPPLIES ORDER menu screen. After the "COMPLETED" message is displayed, press the [STOP] key to return to the Standby Mode screen.

1.8.4 Print Setup Data
(1) (2)

[MENU], [5], [6], [04], [4]

To print the Supplies order form, press the [ENTER] key. Return to the Standby Mode screen.

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2. Service Settings in Test Mode
The Service Settings in Test Mode are to be operated by service technicians only. The unique requirements of each user can be set. (When a PC Board is replaced, these settings must be performed on the new PC board so that the same operations can be used. Therefore, output a Function List, Dial Number List, etc. before starting Service Settings in Test Mode.) When the facsimile is in the standby mode: (1) Press the following keys in order: [MENU] [ * ] [#] [ * ] [ * ] MENU 1.FAX FEATURES 2.LISTS 3.TEL LIST ENTRY 4.INITIAL SETUP 5.DEFAULT SETTINGS 6.MENU LIST 9.TEST MODE (2) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the "9.TEST MODE" item, then press the [ENTER] key, or press [9]. The screen below is displayed. TEST MODE 1.AUTO TEST 2.INDIVIDUAL TEST 3.TEST RESULT LIST 4.FUNCTION TEST 5.MAINTENANCE 6.TRACE LIST (3) Use the [ ] or [ ] keys to select the "5.MAINTENANCE" item, then press the [ENTER] key, or press [5]. The screen below is displayed. MAINTENANCE 01.MEMORY CLEAR 02.SET FUNCTION 03.MEMORY WRITE 04.SET CONT. LEVEL 05.ERR COUNTER SHIFT 06.EDGE REGISTRATION 07.DOC. TRANSMISSION

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Use the [ ] or [ ] keys select "02.SET FUNCTION" item, then press the [ENTER] key, or press [02], then press the [ENTER] key. FUNC0 =XXXXXXXX Displays the numeric value currently set (cannot be changed). XXXXXXXX Displays the numeric value to be entered now (can only be
Bit 7 Bit 0 altered at the point of the blinking cursor).

Bit 7 is shown on the LCD display as the left most digit. By entering 1 or 0 in the bit with the desired function, the function is to be set. Press the [ENTER] key to store the new setting and advance to the next function. NOTE: Use the [ENTER] key to advance to the next function. Use the [>] key to move to the next bit. Use the [<] key to move to the previous bit, if already at bit 7 (the left digit), the [<] key will move to the previous function. To end the service mode, press the [STOP] key to return to the standby mode.



When the facsimile is turned OFF: (1) Turn the power switch ON while holding the dial keys [1] and [3] down. NOTE: The service mode continues until the service mode end operation is performed or the power is turned off. Therefore, be sure to end the mode when the tests are finished in a general way.

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The settings here cover all the functions of this facsimile unit that can be adjusted by a service technician. The functions consist of 40 tables in with each table having 8 bits (0 ~ 7). ∑ FUNC 0 Bit 7 Contents Terminal ID entry for user mode: 0: Disable 1: Enable Undefined Program Continuous Polling open to users: 0: Disable 1: Enable Exchange Type Setting for User Mode: 0: Disable 1: Enable Dial Type Setting for User Mode: 0: Disable 1: Enable Undefined Undefined Dial Type Menu display: Link with User Function Setting --

6 5

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4

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3

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2 1 0

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FUNC 0 Bit 7: This bit determines whether or not the Terminal ID programming operation is available to users. FUNC 0 Bit 5: This bit determines whether or not the Program continuous polling operation is made available to users. NOTE: When "Prohibits setting by users" is selected, "PROG. CONT. POLLING" is not displayed in polling programming.

FUNC 0 Bit 4: This bit determines whether or not selection between PSTN and PABX is made available to users. NOTE: When "Disable" is selected, the PSTN/PABX selection screen is not displayed in the dial type setup menu.

FUNC 0 Bit 3: This bit determine whether or not selection between DP and MF is made available to users. NOTE: When "Disable" is selected, the DP/MF selection screen is not displayed in the dial type setup menu.

FUNC 0 Bit 0: This bit determine whether or not display the Dial Type setup menu.

Default table
US TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE 7 1 1 1 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 1 1 0 0 4 1 1 1 1 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 GB 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 IT 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 BE NL 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 FI 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 EUR TYPE ES AT CH SE DK NO PT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 AU 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

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∑ FUNC 1 Bit 7 6 5 4 3 Undefined Contents Link with User Function Setting --

Download execute condition: 0: No job in memory 1: Anytime Remote access user setting: 0: Disable 1: Enable EOL (End of Line) Timer Value: 00: 5sec. 01: 6sec. 10: Undefined 11: 13sec. FUNC 1 Bit 3:

Yes

2

Yes

1 0

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Upgrading (changing) the firmware normally clears all the Pending Jobs remained in the memory. FUNC 1 Bit 2: Set whether or not the remote access user setting. FUNC 1 Bit 1 and 0: These bits indicate the setting of the EOL (End of Line) check timer in high-speed image data. NOTE: EOL is the code that is put between lines. If the next EOL is not detected within the time specified in this setting, the line is disconnect due to communication error.

Default table
US TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE 7 1 1 1 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 1 1 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1
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GB 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1

IT 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1

BE NL 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1
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FI 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1

EUR TYPE ES AT CH SE DK NO PT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

FR 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1

AU 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1

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∑ FUNC 2 Bit 7 6 5 4 Undefined Frequency Detection Range to recognize as CI: 00: 12 Hz to 80 Hz 01: 16 Hz to 55 Hz 10: 20 Hz to 55 Hz 11: 22 Hz to 55 Hz Undefined Undefined Undefined Contents Link with User Function Setting -- --

3 2 1 0

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FUNC 2 Bits 5 and 4: These bits program the detection range for frequency to be recognized as CI.

Default table
US TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE 7 1 1 1 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 GB 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 IT 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 BE NL 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 FI 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 EUR TYPE ES AT CH SE DK NO PT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 AU 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

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∑ FUNC 3 Bit 7 Contents Handing of Negative Answer (RTN/PIN): 0: Regards it to be abnormal. 1: Regards it to be normal. Undefined Undefined Exchange Type Setting for User Mode: 0: Disable 1: Enable Undefined Undefined Undefined Undefined Link with User Function Setting --

6 5 4

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3 2 1 0

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FUNC 3 Bit 7: This bit programs whether or not a received RTN is handled as abnormal (NG). FUNC 3 Bit 4: This bit determines whether or not the Toshiba short protocol is enabled or disabled.

Default table
BIT US 7 0 6 1 5 0 4 1 3 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 US TYPE TW SG HK DE 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 GB 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 IT 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 BE NL 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 FI 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 EUR TYPE ES AT CH SE DK NO PT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 FR 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 AU 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1

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∑ FUNC 4 Bit 7 6 5 4 Contents Transmit Attenuator Value for Line 1 (except Dial transmission): 0000 to 1111 ... counts up on every -1db. 0000: 0db 0001: -1db 0010: -2db . . . 1111: -15db Undefined Link with User Function Setting --

3 2 1 0

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FUNC 4 Bits 7 to 4: This value is used to program the modem transmission db level. The smaller the value, the higher the transmission level becomes. If errors occur frequently or training is not sent, the transmission level should be changed, as a rule.

Default table
US TYPE BIT US TW SG HK DE 7 1 1 1 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 1 1 1 1 4 0 0 0 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 GB 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 IT 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 BE NL 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 FI 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 EUR TYPE ES AT CH SE DK NO PT 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1