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SERVICE MANUAL

FACSIMILE

TF471/TF478
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Copyright 1999 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION
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TF471/TF478

Chapter 1 Introduction
1. Features
This machine is a thermal imprinting recording facsimile that can read Letter (A4)-size documents and print on Letter (A4)-size plain paper. It has following features. Letter (A4) document scanning, Letter (A4) recording paper printing: This unit can scan Letter (A4) size width documents and record on Letter (A4) size plain paper using thermal transfer printing. High-speed transmission: Using a 14,400 bit per second (bps) modem, the TF471 can transmit a Letter (A4) size ITU #1 "Slerexe Letter" test chart in approximately 6 seconds. This unit has the exclusive Toshiba EX and HS high-speed communication modes. 64 Level halftone: Photographic images are accurately recorded in up to 64 levels of gray using the error diffusion halftone process. Super fine mode transmissions: Documents can be transmitted using STD (8 pels/mm x 3.85 lines/mm), FINE (8pels/mm x 7.7 lines/ mm), and Super Fine (8 pels/mm x 15.4 lines/mm). 12 One touch keys (11 dialing/1 flash): Each of the 11 dialing one touch keys can be assigned the phone number and name of a frequently called remote party. The 12th one touch key is used as a Flash key to allow the user to disconnect the line without hanging up the handset. 50 Abbreviated dial numbers: Remote party dialing data can be assigned to abbreviated dial numbers 01 to 50. PIX Memory: Image data can be stored in the TF471's 0.5M byte PIX memory. Memory transmission functions include memory transmission, delayed (timer) transmission, and multi-address transmission. In addition, the PIX memory function enables substitute reception, and ECM communications. Multi-address transmission: The operator can transmit the same document to multiple addresses (up to 66 addresses) in one operation sequence. The following dialing methods can be used to designate multiple addresses, abbreviated dialing numbers (up to 50 stations), one touch keys (up to 11 stations), and keypad dialing (up to 5 stations).

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Multi-polling reception: Polling receptions from multiple remote parties (up to 66 parties) are possible in one operation sequence. The following dialing methods can be used to designate multiple parties, abbreviated dialing numbers (up to 50 stations), one touch keys (up to 11 stations), and keypad dialing (up to 5 stations). Substitute reception into memory: In the event of no recording paper or no ink film remaining, or when an ink film cover open or TPH overheat condition occurs, the received data is stored into PIX memory instead of being output to recording paper. On hook dialing: Manual transmissions are possible with the handset on-hook (i.e. without lifting up the handset) using keypad dialing, abbreviated dialing, or one touch key dialing. Digital speaker-phone: This function allows the operator to talk with the remote party with the handset on-hook. Digital recording (Telephone answering device): This allows the operator to record an outgoing answering message, caller's incoming messages, a memo message, as well as a portion of a conversation, for a maximum of 15 minutes. Digital recording technology is used providing immediate playback without rewinding. Remote reception (MF or DP): To receive facsimile data after talking with a remote party, press the dial keys [5] and [#] on the telephone set connected to or connected in parallel with the TF471 to automatically enter the facsimile reception mode. If the connected telephone set function with dial pulse (DP) instead of multifrequency tones (MF), simply press the dial key [5]. Remote reception (Automatic method): If the "Automatic" option is selected for the remote reception setting, the facsimile reception status (regardless of DP or MF method) is automatically obtained by returning the handset of the externally connected telephone to the cradle within the preset time period.

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2. Appearance
2.1 Front View
With Handset
Document guides

Operation panel

Top cover open tab Operation panel open tab
T-001.eps

Without Handset
Document guides

Operation panel

Top cover open tab Operation panel open tab
Fig. 1-2-1
01.eps

Operation panel: (See page 1-6.) Document guides: Guides help to prevent skewing during document feeding. The guides can be adjusted to help center non-standard sized documents. Top cover open tab: Used to open the top cover for replacing the ink film, replacing the ROM, etc. Operation panel open tab: Used to open the operation panel to remove a document jam, access the scan glass for cleaning, etc.

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2.2 Rear View
With Handset

T-002.eps

Power switch AC Power cord

Ring volume control switch TEL connector LINE connector MF/DP select switch Incoming volume control switch

Without Handset

Power switch

AC Power cord
02.eps

TEL connector LINE connector

Fig. 1-2-2

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Power switch: " " for OFF and "|" for ON AC Power cord: AC input: 120 V, 50/60 Hz or 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz Curled cord: The cord used to connect the handset and the handset cradle. MF/DP select switch: Select the position appropriate for the telephone line type. Incoming volume control switch: Select a desired position for the volume of the handset speaker, LOW or HIGH. Ring volume control switch: Adjust the ring volume to OFF (no ringer sound), LOW ( ), or HIGH ( TEL connector: Used to connect an external-connected telephone. LINE connector: Used to connect the telephone line (modular cord).

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2.3 Operation Panel
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) One touch keys

Keypad

FLASH keys

Fig. 1-2-3

Keypad: Used to dial a remote party or to input numeric or alphabet characters. [REW/ / ] key: Used as a tone key, used to move the cursor in the character input sequence, or used to rewind for accessing a desired recorded message. [#/ /FF] key: Used to move the cursor in the character input sequence, or used to fast-forward for accessing a desired recorded message. [TX REPORT/CALL] key: Used to activate/deactivate the single location Tx report function, or to request for a voice communication after a fax transmission/reception (voice request). [ALPHABET/ABB.DIAL] key: Used to dial a remote party by alphabet dialing or abbreviated dialing method. [REDIAL/PAUSE] key: Used to redial the last number dialed, or to hasten redialing for a fax transmission to be automatically redialed later. This key is also used to insert a pause period wherever necessary between numeric dial number digits. [SP-PHONE] key: Used to activate the Speaker-phone mode, i.e., to talk with the remote party using the speaker and microphone built in the machine body instead of the handset.

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[TAD] key: Used to activate/deactivate the machine's TAD (telephone answering device) function. [PLAY] key: Used to play back recorded messages. [COPY/HOLD] key: Used to take copies of a document. It is also used as a HOLD key. [STOP] key: Used to cancel an operation already started, to clear an error display, or to feed the document out of the machine. [START] key: Used to start a facsimile transmission or reception. One touch keys: Used to dial remote parties using the one touch dialing method. Microphone: Used to talk to the remote party in the Speaker-phone mode. [VOLUME SMALL] key: Used to make the Speaker-phone volume smaller. [VOLUME LARGE] key: Used to make the Speaker-phone volume larger. [TALK] key: Used to record, play back, or erase conversation talk contents. [MEMO/ERASE] key: Used to record, play back, or erase messages for memo-taking purposes. [MODE/YES] key: Used to set the document mode. It is also used as the YES key in presetting data and setting parameters. [FUNCTIONS/NO] key: Used to select desired functions. It is also used as the NO key in presetting data and setting parameters. [MEMORY] key: Used for a memory or multi-address transmission. MEMORY Lamp: Illuminates while a memory transmission is under way or if documents have been received to memory. [FLASH] key: (TF471 US/CA models only) Used to send out the flash signal (a short break period is generated).

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Chapter 2 Specifications
1. Scanning System
Scanning method: Flat scanning by the CCD image sensor (Fed step by step using a pulse motor) Yellow-green LED array (wave length: 570 nm) TF471: Letter document: 216 mm (US/CA models) A4 document: 210 mm (EU/AU models) TF478: B4-size document: 255 mm or more (SG/HK models) Detects the scanning position against the document feed direction by a photo-interrupter. Document leading edge: 2.8 mm 3 mm Document trailing edge: 0 mm 3 mm
a b c Max. 2.8 3 mm

Light source: Effective scanning width:

Details of effective scanning width:

Feed direction Effective scanning range

Image scanner

Max. 0 3 mm
Fig. 2-1-1

Unit: mm Model TF471 TF478 For calculating into a pels value, multiply each value by 8. a: 1-line width b: Left white c: Effective Document width mask scanning width Letter (US/CA) 216 0 216 216 A4 (EU/AU) 216 3 210 210 A4 (SG/HK) 256 23 210 210 B4 (SG/HK) 256 1 254 267 Paper size

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Document skew:

TF471: Letter/A4-size document: Max. 2.5 mm (US/CA/EU/AU models) TF478: B4-size document: Max. 3.0 mm (SG/HK models) Standard: 8 pels/mm x 3.85 lines/mm Fine: 8 pels/mm x 7.7 lines/mm Ultra-Fine: 8 pels/mm x 15.4 lines/mm Standard: 10 msec./line (5 msec./line in memory input mode) Fine: 10 msec./line Ultra-Fine: 5 msec./line 64 gradations, error diffusion Standard, darker, lighter (in ordinary operation mode) (The test mode allows 5 steps of fine adjustment.) About 8 seconds (for Letter/A4-size ITU #1 Test document, at scanning density of 8 pels/mm x 3.85 lines/mm, in memory input mode). Scan speed varies by document. When assisted by an operator: 257 mm (width) x 1,000 mm (length) 10.1" (width) x 39.4" (length) When not assisted by an operator: 257 mm (width) x 297 mm (length) 10.1" (width) x 11.7" (length) With no Carrier Sheet used: 148 mm (width) x 100 mm (length) 5.8" (width) x 3.9" (length) (Use a Carrier Sheet for documents of width less than 148 mm.) Single-Sheet Document: 0.05 to 0.15 mm (45 to 120 g/m2) (Use a Carrier Sheet for documents of thickness less than 0.05 mm. When it is used, the total thickness including the Carrier Sheet shall be 0.15 mm at maximum.) Multiple-Sheet Document: 0.06 to 0.12 mm (50 to 80 g/m2) TF471: Letter/A4: 20 sheets (US/CA/EU/AU models) TF478: B4: 10 sheets (SG/HK models)

Scanning density:

Scanning time:

Halftone process: Contrast adjustment:

Scanning speed:

Maximum document size:

Minimum document size:

Document thickness:

Number of auto document feed sheets:

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Transmit reduction rate:

TF478: From B4-size document to A4-size recording paper (SG/HK models)

Size reduction occurs in any of the following cases: A document larger than the recording paper size is scanned in the Copy Mode. The recording capacity of the receiving facsimile machine of the remote party is smaller than the document size sent by your machine.

2. Recording System
Recording method: Plain paper recording using a thermal print head and thermal transfer ink film. (Fed step by step using a pulse motor) Horizontal scanning: 8 pels/mm Vertical scanning: 3.85 lines/mm 7.7 lines/mm 15.41 lines/mm 20 ms/line for 3.85 lines/mm 10 ms/line for 7.7 lines/mm 5 ms/lines for 15.4 lines/mm Letter: Hammermill TIDAL DP, 20lb. A4/B4: TOSHIBA Copier Paper

Resolution:

Scanning time:

Recommended paper :

Important: Paper quality is essential to good image quality. The more smooth the recording paper surface, the better image transfer.
Recording paper cassette : capacity Ink film: 160 sheets/cassette (20lb. paper)

220 mm (width) x 100 m 8.7 inches x 328 feet (With the core size 1/2 inch) Exit: Front side Capacity: About 20 sheets (reference value at the normal temperature and humidity) 3 mm in the horizontal direction

Recording paper stack:

Recording paper skew:

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Effective Recording Range: Unit: mm Paper size Letter A4 a: 1-line width 216 216 b: Left white mask 0 3 c: Effective recording width 216 210

a b c Max. 4 2 mm

Feed direction Effective recording range

Thermal print head

Max. 2 2 mm

Fig. 2-2-1

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3. Transceiver
Line used: Communication modes: Telephone line Exclusive mode (EX) (CRP connection) Exclusive mode (HS) (16-line Batch Filler Control) G3 Mode ECM

Communication mode specifications:
EX Mode Horizontal scanning density Vertical scanning density Data compression system Transmission speed (image signal) Modulation system (V.17/V.29/V.27) Control signals FSK (V.21) Transmission control sequence 8 pels/mm 3.85 lines/mm 7.7 lines/mm 15.4 lines/mm MH/MR/MMR 14.4K/12.0K/9.6K/7.2K 4.8K/2.4K G3/HS Mode 8 pels/mm 3.85 lines/mm 7.7 lines/mm 15.4 lines/mm MH/MR 14.4K/12.0K/9.6K/7.2K 4.8K/2.4K ECM 8 pels/mm 3.85 lines/mm 7.7 lines/mm 15.4 lines/mm MH/MR/MMR 14.4K/12.0K/9.6K/7.2K 4.8K/2.4K

300 bps

300 bps

300 bps

FSK
Exclusive sequence

FSK
Conforming to T4, T30/ exclusive sequence

FSK
Conforming to T4, T6, T30

Transmission Time:

About 6 seconds (in the case of the transmission of a TEC original test chart using the V.17 at 14.4 Kbps in standard resolution).

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4. Telephone Functions
The telephone unit attached to its parent unit does not function as a stand-alone unit. Only when it is connected to the parent unit, it can operate as a multi-function telephone set by using the operating keys on the parent unit. Dial-line functions: Re-dial: One touch dial: MF/DP (10 pps) selective with on-hook dialing Automatic/Manual 12 keys (TF471 EU/AU models and TF478 SG/HK models) 11 keys (TF471 US/CA models) Maximum 50 stations Searches the desired party in the preset abbreviated dial numbers and automatically starts dialing. Dialing party designation by Individual designations. Each party in a multi-address transmission can be designated by any combination of one touch dialing, abbreviated dialing, keypad dialing, and alphabet dialing. When one touch dialing and/or abbreviated dialing are used, a maximum of 61 or 62 stations* can be preset. When keypad dialing is used, a maximum of 5 stations can be preset. * Limited to 61 stations on US/CA models. Frequency of ringer: Volume adjustment: 1000 Hz Ringer: Can select one of three volume levels (including no-sound) using the switch on the left side of the parent unit. Monitor Speaker: Can select one of seven volume levels using the Volume Buttons on the Operation Panel. Handset Speaker: Can select one of two volume levels using the switch on the left side of the parent unit.

Abbreviated dialing numbers: Alphabet dial:

Multi-addressing:

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5. Operation Panel
5.1 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
Number of characters displayed: Dot matrix LCD 20 characters x 1 row Alphabets, Numerics 7 dots x 5 dots (height x width) About 4.5 mm x 2.8 mm 1 character Fixed

Display characters: Character size:

Contrast adjustment:

5.2 LEDs
LED Colors: Yellow-green (Memory) Red (TAD) Memory: Illuminated while the memory is in use. TAD: Illuminated in TAD mode. Blinks to indicate that a message has been recorded in TAD mode.

Illuminating Condition:

5.3 Indicating Sounds
Frequency: Ringer: About 1000 Hz Speaker (used commonly for ringer and monitoring) Touch tone: About 0.2 seconds (pulse tone) Rings for 2 seconds on an operation error. Communication complete: About 1 second (continuous tone) Alarm: About 4 seconds of intermittent tone repeated For call request: About 1 second of ON and about 2 seconds of OFF are repeated (lasts for 15 seconds); canceled by off-hook. Pseudo-ring: About 1 second of ON and about 2 seconds of OFF are repeated.

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6. Facsimile Functions
Multi-address transmission ECM Memory transmission/reception TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) print Polling Overseas transmission (Quality Transmission) Timer reservation (Delayed Transmission) Privileged reception Security transmission Call request

7. TAD (Telephone Answering Device) Functions
Remote operation from an outside telephone Memo Message recording (for 1 call, 3 minutes maximum) Conversation recording (for 1 call, 3 minutes maximum) (Except TF471 AU model) Toll saver Message playback/erase Out going message (an exclusive message is recordable)

8. Operating Environmental Conditions
Operating: Temperature: 5C to 35C (41F to 95F) Humidity: 40% to 85% (with no condensation) Temperature: -25C to 60C (-13F to 140F) Humidity: 5% to 85% (with no condensation) Max. 50 dB (not including momentary noises such as alarm tone, etc.)

Storing/Transporting:

Noise level:

9. Maintenance
MTBF: MTTR: 15,000 hours (with the power ON) Within 30 minutes Name ADF Unit ADF Roller Timing to replace 1 year or 5,000 sheets 2 year or 10,000 sheets

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10. Power/Dimensions/Weight
Input voltage: 120 10 V AC, 50/60 Hz (TF471 US/CA models) 220 10 V AC, 50/60 Hz (TF471 EU/AU models, TF478 SG/HK models) Power consumed: Max. 11 W (standby) Max. 170 W (operating) Desk top transceiver Located on the right rear side. 410.5 mm (width) x 401.7 mm (depth) x 148.5 mm (height) 16.2" (width) x 15.8" (depth) x 5.8" (height) (TF471 US/CA/AU models, TF478 SG/HK models) (not including protrusions) About 7.8 Kg About 17.2 lbs

Machine type: Power switch: External dimensions:

Weight:

11. Applicable Standards
Post Telephone Telagram (PTT): FCC Part 68 (US model) IC (CA model) BZT (DE model) BABT (GB model) UL/CUL(US/CA models) CE Mark (EU model) TV (DE model) FCC Part 15 Class B (US model) EN55022 Class B (EU model) EN50082-1 (Immunity) EN61000-3-2 (Harmonic) EN61000-3-3 (Voltage fluctuation and flicker)

Safety standards:

Radiation RFI level (EMC):

Others for CE Mark:

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12. Software Performance
Item Maximum address numbers of dial Sub. Item Key pad dial Abbreviated dial/Alphabet dial One touch dial 38 digits 50 numbers (Maximum) 11 numbers (Maximum) 12 numbers (Maximum) Multi-address 66 stations (Maximum) 67 stations (Maximum) Last number redial Chain dial Memory capability Tx pix memory 38 digits (Maximum) 128 digits (Maximum) 349Kbyte: a) Normal 413Kbyte: b) a)+ECM off 01-50 TF471 US/CA models TF471 EU/AU, TF478 SG/HK models TF471 US/CA models TF471 EU/AU, TF478 SG/HK models Abb./OT Using Abb./OT/key pad a) Approx. 29 pages *1 b) Approx. 34 pages *1 (*1 : ITU-T No.1/MMR/STD) Limitation Note

Memory reception

413Kbyte: c) 64Kbyte+a) d) Approx. 34 pages *1 477Kbyte: d) 64Kbyte+b) e) Approx. 34 pages *2 64Kbyte using only memory Rx (*1 : ITU-T No.1/MMR/STD) (*2 : ITU-T No.1/MR/STD) 1 jobs (Maximum)

Maximum numbers of files/jobs

Memory Tx reservation job

Number of pages in 1 memory Tx 50 pages (Maximum) Number of pages total (All of Tx Tx : 50 pages (Maximum) and/or Rx pages) Rx : 50 pages (Maximum) Polling Standby 1 job (Maximum) 30 Messages (Maximum) 1 message: 30 second 60 second (Only 1 message) 3 minute (Only 1 message) 3 minute (Only 1 message) You can select the maximum ICM recording time an from 30,60 or 120 seconds

TAD function Incoming message

Outgoing message (Original) Memo message Conversation

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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.)

Installation of the unit

(Refer to page 3-6.)

Accessories

(Refer to page 3-7.)

Connecting to the power and telephone line

(Refer to page 3-15.)

Memory clear

(Refer to page 3-19.)

Function setting

(Refer to page 4-1.)

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

2.2 Installation Location
For 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 affections. Areas where dust, iron power, 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 Fig. 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 inches) away from the wall. For further details, see the TF471/TF478 Operator's Manual.

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YES

3-2-01.eps

Without Handset

01.eps

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2.3 Remarks on Storing Recording Paper
IMPORTANT: Keep the recording paper in its wrapper for storage, keep it clean and out of direct sunlight. Once a pack is opened, use 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 cassette 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 recommended. Pieces of recording paper sticking together. Printing on the back side of a sheet that has already been used. 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, wrinkles, cut, etc. Paper of sizes or weights other than those specified.

3. Unpacking
Procedure (1) (2) Put the carton on a bench, table, etc. that is stable and strong. Cut the bands, and take the facsimile unit out of the outer carton.

IMPORTANT:

Retain the carton, vinyl, 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 Fig. 3-5-1.)

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Packing Form

Accessories

Accessory case

Facsimile unit

Packing material

Packing material

Outer carton

3-3-01.eps

Fig. 3-3-1

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4. Installation of the Unit
Procedure

IMPORTANT:

Do not touch the Thermal Print Head or the glass surface of the Document Scanning area. When the glass surface gets dirty, wipe it off with a soft cloth. (Dirt on the glass may result in poor image quality.)

(1)

Place the machine gently on the table, etc. where enough space is available as shown in Fig. 32-1.

IMPORTANT:

Keep the back side of the machine at least 100 mm (4 inches) away from the wall for proper ventilation.

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5. Accessories
5.1 List of Accessories
The following accessories are attached to the machine. Compare the actual one with its illustration below, check if the accessory is damaged or missing. Fill a check mark in the square at the top of each accessory illustration when confirmed. Facsimile Unit: 1 Handset with a Coiled Cord: 1 Phone Line Cord: 1

Except TF471 EU model Film Adapter: 1 set Recording Paper Cassette: 1 One Touch Dial Seal: 1

Ink Film: 1 set

Overlay

Operator's Manual: 1 copy

Document Stacker: 1

Power Cord: 1

Except TF478

Except TF471 US/CA model
Fig. 3-5-1

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5.2 Attaching the Accessories
5.2.1 Handset (TF471 US/CA/AU models and TF478 model)
(1) Insert the end of the Coiled Cord of the Handset into the Handset Connector on the Handset Cradle until it clicks.

T-011.eps

Fig. 3-5-2

5.2.2 Document Support
(1) Fit the fulcrum protrusions of the Document Support to the holes on the rear side of the Top Cover. * The Top Cover is already attached to the machine unit at the time of shipment.

IMPORTANT:

Do not put heavy objects on the Document Support or apply excessive pressure to it. Breakage easily occurs.

T-013.eps

Fig. 3-5-3

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5.2.3 Recording Paper Cassette
(1) Detach the cover of the Recording Paper Cassette, and press the bottom plate down to become level.

T-018.eps

Fig. 3-5-4

(2)

Take about 160 sheets of recording paper out of a package, and set them to the Recording Paper Cassette. For setting the paper sheets, hold them by both edges, bend them up and down, and stagger them to separate the edges. Then align the four corners, and install them into the cassette. The paper sheets must be set below the left and right pawls.

IMPORTANT:

If the bottom plate is not pressed down, the Recording Paper Cassette may not completely go into the machine unit. Do not exceed the limit line in installing paper sheets as it will cause paper jams.

T-019.eps

Fig. 3-5-5

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(3)

Attach the cover of the Recording Paper Cassette. Hold the Recording Paper Cassette with both hands, and insert it all the way into the cassette slot until it is completely inserted.

T-020.eps

Fig. 3-5-6

5.2.4 Film Transport Unit
(1) Pull upward on the top cover open tabs, and flip open the top cover. If the power is OFF, turn the power ON.

T-021.eps

Fig. 3-5-7

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(2)

Pull the film transport release tab towards you in order to release the film transport unit.

T-022.eps

Fig. 3-5-8

NOTES: 1. Upon initial installation, remove the strip of paper inserted to protect the thermal print head during shipment. 2. Be careful not to touch the print head (Gold colored bar under the open unit) when raising the film transport. (3) Remove the film transport unit from the unit as shown.

T-023.eps

Fig. 3-5-9

NOTES: 1. Remove any recording paper remaining under the film transport unit. 2. If this is a reception document, it has been saved in PIX memory. It will be printed once the film has been replaced as long as power has not been turned off.

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(4)

Remove the used ink film from the film transport unit as shown. Take note of the color coded film adapters as they will need to be reinstalled in the same order.

T-024.eps

Fig. 3-5-10

(5)

Remove the color coded film adapters that are inserted on both sides of the used ink film.

T-025.eps

Fig. 3-5-11

(6)

Reinstall the color coded film adapters on both sides of the new ink film Insert the projections on the drive side film adapters securely to the slits in the ink film core.

T-028.eps

Fig. 3-5-12

NOTE:

Refer to the illustration above and insert while observing the direction of the film adapters.

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(7)

Reinstall the ink film into the film transport unit as shown above. Latch the hubs securely into the cassette clips. 1. Take up any slack in the ink film. 2. It is possible to install the film "upside down." If this occurs, your document will print blank. Follow these instructions carefully.

T-028.eps

Fig. 3-5-13

(8)

Reinstall the film transport unit in the machine as shown above. NOTE: Replace the film holder in the fax machine.

Ensure that the marking > < on the holder is pointing to the rear (see diagram).

T-029.eps

Fig. 3-5-14

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Close the film transport and top cover insuring that both sides latch properly. In the event a memory reception occurred in conjunction with running out of film; reception will be printed out automatically upon replacement of ink film.

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Fig. 3-5-15

(10) Press the [YES] key and reset the counter. NOTE: If you reinstall supplement ink film or used ink film, this feature is not useful. If you press the NO key, the unit does not reset the step counter. If the new ink film is not rolled correctly, the LCD displays. CHECK INK FILM

5.2.5 One Touch Dial Seal
(1) Fill in addresses on the One-touch Dial Seal, then apply it to the One-touch Key area at the right of the Operation Panel. Be aware of the correct direction for applying the seal.

3-5-11.eps

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6. Connecting to the Power and Telephone Line
WARNING: Using the machine without obeying the following will cause fires or electric shocks. Do not use any other than 120/220V AC, 50/60 Hz. Do not share a power outlet with too many electric appliances. Do not share a power 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 proper grounding line. Wipe off the dust, etc. on the power cord plug periodically with dry cloth. When the machine unit is not to be used for a long period of time, unplug the power cord.

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Procedure (TF471 US/CA models) (1) (2) Ensure that the power switch is OFF. Connect one end of the Earth Cable to the Grounding Terminal on this machine unit and the other end to the grounding terminal on the wall outlet. * Connect a security grounding equivalent to the third class earth ground connection. (3) (4) (5) Plug the power cord into the wall outlet. Connect the Coiled Cord to the jack on the left side of the Handset Cradle. Connect one end of the Modular Cord for this machine to the Modular Jack (LINE) on this machine unit and the other end to the Modular Jack on the wall. Connect the Modular Cord of the External-connected Telephone to the Modular Jack (TEL) on this machine.

(6)

IMPORTANT:

As the two Modular Jacks on the machine unit are of the same shape, be certain to connect correct Modular Jacks.

Facsimile unit Handset Handset cradle Coiled cord Modular jacks

Power cord Modular jacks on the wall Modular cord External-connected telephone
Fig. 3-6-1

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Procedure (TF471 AU and TF478 model) (1) (2) (3) (4) Ensure that the power switch is OFF. Plug one end of the power cord into the machine. Then, plug the power cord into the wall outlet. Connect the Coiled Cord to the jack on the left side of the Handset Cradle. Connect one end of the Modular Cord for this machine to the Modular Jack (LINE) on this machine unit and the other end to the Modular Jack on the wall. Connect the Modular Cord of the External-connected Telephone to the Modular Jack (TEL) on this machine.

(5)

IMPORTANT:

As the two Modular Jacks on the machine unit are of the same shape, be certain to connect correct Modular Jacks.
Facsimile unit Handset Handset cradle

Coiled cord Modular jacks

Power cord Modular jacks on the wall Modular cord
Fig. 3-6-2

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Procedure (TF471 EU model) (1) (2) (3) Ensure that the power switch is OFF. Plug one end of the power cord into the machine. Then, plug the power cord into the wall outlet. Connect one end of the Modular Cord for this machine to the Modular Jack (LINE) on this machine unit and the other end to the Modular Jack on the wall.

IMPORTANT:

As the two Modular Jacks on the machine unit are of the same shape, be certain to connect correct Modular Jacks.

Facsimile unit

Modular jacks

Power cord
02.eps

Modular jacks on the wall Modular cord
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7. Memory Clear
At the time of machine installation, be sure to perform a Memory Clear to initialize the machine before entering the function setup procedures. After the Memory Clear, continue installation of the unit. Procedure (1) (2) (3) Turn OFF the power switch. While holding down the [1], [3], and [*] keys on the Dial Keypad, turn ON the power switch. Ensure that the message "SET TERMINAL ID?" is displayed, then perform function settings. (Refer to Chapter 4. Function Settings.)

8. Remarks on Moving the Machine
Procedure (1) (2) (3) Turn OFF the power switch, unplug the power cord, and remove the Earth Ground Cable. Remove the modular cords and the External-connected Telephone. Detach the accessories and attachments from the machine unit, and place them in the attached carton box or vinyl bags. (Refer to Fig. 3-3-1.) Secure the Top Cover and the Operation Panel with drafting tapes so that they may not be opened, and pack them in a carton.

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Chapter 4 Function Settings
For function settings, two modes are provided: function settings by users, and function settings set by service technicians. The two modes vary in contents and operation, and each should be selected in accordance with the menu items required. The following show the contents and operation procedures.

1. Users Function Settings
The function settings by users are to be operated for setting various functions to meet the user's requirements. The functions are set or selected by selecting menu items or entering numeric data. For the initial setting (default) list, see "Chapter 12. Appendix." Operation overview for function settings by users (1) In the standby display status, press the [FUNCTION/NO] key. LISTS ? (2) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] keys twice. INSTALLATION ? (3) Use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired menu item, then press the [MODE/YES] key. Reception mode setting: Contrast setting: Initial setting: Printer setting: Communication setting: TAD setting: List setting: For other menu items than those listed above, see the Operator's Manual. SET RECEIVE MODE ? SET CONTRAST MODE ? INITIAL SETTING ? PRINTER SETTING ? COMM. SETTING ? SET TAD MODE ? LIST SETTING ? (Refer to page 4-2.) (Refer to page 4-3.) (Refer to page 4-4.) (Refer to page 4-11.) (Refer to page 4-15.) (Refer to page 4-25.) (Refer to page 4-31.)

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1.1 Reception Mode Setting
This setting is performed to decide whether this machine is used as a facsimile device only or as facsimile/telephone (dual-function) device. To use as a facsimile device only, the ringer setting is required. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key twice.

RECEIVE MODE= TEL

(3)

Use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired receive mode, then press the [MODE/YES] key. When the setting is complete, the display returns to the standby status.

TEL/FAX Set this mode when you use telephone functions more often than facsimile functions. When this mode is set and a ring signal comes into the unit, the ringer of every telephone connected to this facsimile unit (including the child telephone unit) starts ringing. And if no one answers it, the unit automatically sends OGM, then switches the mode into facsimile reception. However, if the handset is picked up (or the [SP-PHONE] key is pressed) while the ringer is ON and the facsimile signal tone is heard, pressing the [START] key will start a facsimile reception. If no facsimile reception is possible with a message displayed such as "PAPER EMPTY" or "MEMORY OVERFLOW," the unit once receives the call and sends OGM11, then cut off the communication. TEL Set this mode when you use this unit only as a telephone set. FAX Set this mode when you use the unit only as a facsimile machine. When this mode is set, you must set the number of rings before switching into an automatic facsimile reception (Call Time setting: see page 4-17).

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1.2 Contrast Setting
This setting is used to decide the contrast (dark/light) of scanning documents for facsimile transmissions or copying operation. The last contrast setting will be held until it is set again. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the keys in order: [MODE/YES] [FUNCTION/NO]

SET CONTRAST MODE ?

(3)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

NORMAL ?

(4)

Use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired contrast mode, then press the [MODE/YES] key. When setting is complete, the display returns to the standby status.

NORMAL Scans the document with its contrast as it is. DARKER Scans the document to be darker than the actual contrast. LIGHTER Scans the document to be lighter than the actual contrast.

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1.3 Initial Setting
This setting decides the minimum requirements for using this machine. Initial setting operating procedure overview: (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times.

INITIAL SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key, then use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired setting mode, and press the [MODE/YES] key. SET TERMINAL ID ? Terminal ID setting: Dial type setting: Date and time setting: Mercury setting: (TF471 GB model) SET TERMINAL ID ? SET DIAL TYPE ? SET DATE & TIME ? MERCURY ? (Refer to page 4-5.) (Refer to page 4-6.) (Refer to page 4-7.) (Refer to page 4-8.)

SET REDIAL Redial setting: (TF471 US/CA models and TF478 model) Flash time setting: (TF471 US/CA models)

(Refer to page 4-9.)

SET FLASH TIME ?

(Refer to page 4-10.)

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1.3.1 Terminal ID Setting
This setting is necessary to automatically record your own station's ID and International Code to remote stations' facsimile reception sheets. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key twice.

INITIAL SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET TERMINAL ID ?

(5)

Use the dial keys to enter your own station ID in maximum 20 characters, then press the [MODE/YES] key. ID= TOSHIBA

To enter characters, see the Operator's Manual. When your own station ID is already set, the set initial ID is displayed here. (6) Use the dial keys to enter your own station's telephone number in maximum 20 digits, then press the [MODE/YES] key when finished. TEL=0123456789

If your facsimile unit is used to send documents to foreign countries, press [*], [8], [1] keys in order, then enter your telephone number in maximum 20 digits as described above. By press the [*] key, "+" is displayed. (7) The next menu item is displayed. To set the next item, refer to the next page. When setting are completed, press the [STOP] key to return to standby condition. TEL=+813456789

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1.3.2 Dial Type Setting
This setting is used to select the type of the telephone line (i.e., dial type) connected to this facsimile unit. There are two types: DP type and MF type. Besides setting the dial type, the Dial Type setting is also required using the switch on the side of the handset cradle of the facsimile unit (10, 20, T). Unless both settings match and are correct, neither telephone nor facsimile functions will be possible. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key twice.

INITIAL SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET TERMINAL ID ?

(5)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key.

SET DIAL TYPE ?

(6)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

DIAL TYPE = MF

When a dial type is already set, the set dial type is displayed. (7) (8) Use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a required dial type, then press the [MODE/YES] key. The next menu item is displayed. To set the next item, refer to the next page. When settings are completed, press the [STOP] key to return to standby condition.

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1.3.3 Date and Time Setting
This sets the time-of-day clock built in the facsimile unit. The clock time will be used for transmissions and receptions with time designated, recording the communication journal, etc. If the date & time display shows a wrong date or time, set it correctly here. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key twice.

INITIAL SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET TERMINAL ID ?

(5)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key twice.

SET DATE & TIME ?

(6)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

DD-MM-YY HH:MM

Even when the time is already set, the display data will be the same as above. (7) Enter 2 digits for each of day, month, year, hours, and minutes through the dial keyboard, then press the [MODE/YES] key. 0106981415 Minutes Hours (be sure to enter in the 24-hour system) Year (standard calendar year) Month Day If a wrong numeric digit is entered, you can delete it by backfeeding digit by digit using the [FUNCTION/NO] key. If something is wrong with the entered data, the buzzer is generated with the message "OPERATION ERROR" displayed for 2 seconds. (8) The next menu item is displayed. To set the next item, refer to the next page. When settings are completed, press the [STOP] key to return to standby condition.

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1.3.4 Mercury Setting (TF471 GB model)
This setting is used for the communication using the Mercury Network (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key twice.

INITIAL SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET TERMINAL ID ?

(5)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times.

MERCURY ?

(6)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

ACCESS CODE ?

(7)

Press the [MODE/YES] or the [FUNCTION/NO] key. Enter an access code (Max. 10 digits) and press the [MODE/YES] key again. If the access key has already been programmed, the programmed code is displayed. To change the access code, press the [FUNCTION/ NO] key. Enter the new access code and press the [MODE/YES] key again. To retain the current access code, press the [MODE/YES] key to go to the next step. [FUNCTION/NO] key: Go to step (8). [MODE/YES] key:

(8)

Press the [MODE/YES] or the [FUNCTION/NO] key. [MODE/YES] key:

AUTH. CODE ?

Enter an authority code (Max. 16 digits) and press the [MODE/YES] key again. If the authority code has already been programmed, the message "ALREADY ASSIGNED" is displayed with an error sound, then "CANCEL" is displayed. If you press the [FUNCTION/NO] key, the display returns to the standby status. If you press the [MODE/YES] key, the display changes to "CANCELED" and then returns to the standby status.

[FUNCTION/NO] key: Return to the standby status.

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1.3.5 Redial Setting (TF471 US/CA models and TF478 model)
This setting is performed to select the automatic redial interval and specify the number redial attempts to be mode when communication is not completed properly because the line is busy or a communication error occurs. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key twice.

INITIAL SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET TERMINAL ID ?

(5)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times.

SET REDIAL ?

(6)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

INTERVAL (01-15)=03

(7)

Enter the 2 digits (value from 01 to 15) as the redial interval, then press the [MODE/YES] key. When any value outside the specified range is entered, it must be set again.

(8)

Enter the 2 digits (value from 00 to 14) as the redial count, then press the [MODE/YES] key. When any value outside the specified range is entered, it must be set again.

(9)

The next menu item is displayed. To set the next item, refer to the next page. When settings are completed, press the [STOP] key to return to standby condition.

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1.3.6 Flash Time Setting (TF471 US/CA models)
This setting is used to disconnect the line by the Flash key (12th one touch key) without returning the handset. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key twice.

INITIAL SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET TERMINAL ID ?

(5)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key four times.

SET FLASH TIME ?

(6)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

FLASH TIME 0.5S ?

(7)

Use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a flash time, then press the [MODE/YES] key. When the setting is complete, the display returns to standby condition.

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1.4 Printer Setting
This setting is used to decide the way of recording facsimile reception data. As the way of recording, two options can be combined (Size-reduced Recording and Fraction Discard) on the basis of the effective recording range (A4-size: length 239 mm x width 204 mm). The following table shows the various combinations of the options. For further details, see the Operator's Manual. Reduction setting Discard setting Receiving Document Length: 288 to 299 mm Receiving Document Length: 299 to 304 mm Receiving Document Length: 304 to 321 mm Receiving Document Length: More than 321 mm ON Real-size Fraction Discard 95% Reduction ON OFF 95% Reduction Same as left ON Real-size Fraction Discard Real-size Divided into Multiple Pages Real-size divided into Multiple Pages Same as left OFF OFF Real-size Divided into Multiple Pages Same as left

90% Reduction

Same as left

Same as left

Real-size Divided into Multiple Pages

Same as left

Same as left

Relations Between Receiving Documents and Recording Method: Real-size Fraction Discard: The part exceeding from the effective recording range shall be discarded. Real-size Divided into Multiple Pages: Records the receiving image in the real-size. Any part exceeding the one-page capacity shall be recorded on the next page. In this case, the 5 mm portion recorded on the first page will also be printed on the top portion of the second page. 90% Reduction: Records the receiving image reduced into 90% of the original image. 95% Reduction: Records the receiving image reduced into 95% of the original image.

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Printer Setting Operation Procedure Overview: (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times.

PRINTER SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key to display:

SET RX REDUCTION ?

Then use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired mode, and press the [MODE/YES] key. Reduction setting: Discard setting: SET RX REDUCTION SET DISCARD (Refer to page 4-13.) (Refer to page 4-14.)

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1.4.1 Reduction Setting
This setting is performed to reduce the size of the facsimile receiving document images. For relations between the receiving documents and the recording method, see the preceding page. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/KEY] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times.

PRINTER SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RX REDUCTION ?

(5) (6)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select ON or OFF, then press the [MODE/YES] key. When setting is complete, the display returns to standby condition.

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1.4.2 Discard Setting
This setting is performed to discard any fraction, which is outside the effective recording range, for recording the facsimile receiving document image. For relations between the receiving documents and the recording method, see the previous pages. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times.

PRINTER SETTING ?

(4)

Press the keys in order: [MODE/YES] [FUNCTION/NO]

SET DISCARD ?

(5) (6)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select ON or OFF, then press the [MODE/YES] key. When setting is complete, the display returns to standby condition.

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1.5 Communication Setting
This setting is performed to decide the facsimile reception method. For further details, see the Operator's Manual. Communication Setting Operation Procedure Overview: (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key four times.

COMM. SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key to display:

SET REMOTE RECEIVE ?

Then use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired mode, and press the [MODE/YES] key. Remote reception setting: Call time setting: SET REMOTE RECEIVE SET CALL TIME (Refer to page 4-16.) (Refer to page 4-17.) (Refer to page 4-18.) (Refer to page 4-19.) (Refer to page 4-21.) (Refer to page 4-22.) (Refer to page 4-23.) (Refer to page 4-24.)

Privileged reception setting: SET PRIVILEGED RX ? TTI setting: ECM setting: Duplex ring setting: (TF478 HK model) Distinctive ring setting: (TF471 US/CA/AU models) Caller ID setting: (TF471 US/CA models) SET TTI ? SET ECM ? SET DUPLEX RING ? SET DISTINCTIVE RING SET CALLER ID ?

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1.5.1 Remote Reception Setting
This setting is performed to allow controlling of facsimile receptions through a remote telephone connected to this facsimile unit. For further details, see the Operator's Manual. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key four times.

COMM. SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET REMOTE RECEIVE ?

(5)

Use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired mode, then press the [MODE/YES] key. ON

ON Allows facsimile receiving controls on a remote telephone set. In case of the external-connected telephone (telephone connected to the "TEL" jack of the facsimile unit), the operator picks up the handset on the external-connected telephone set. And when the facsimile signal tone is heard, press the [5] key on the telephone dial keypad. To make this setting effective, the dial type of the external-connected telephone must be set to "DP." In case of parallel-connected telephone (telephone connected in parallel to the line of the facsimile unit), the operator picks up the handset of the parallel-connected telephone set. And when the facsimile signal tone is heard, press the [5] then [#] keys on the telephone dial keypad. To make this setting effective, the dial type of the parallel-connected telephone must be set to "PB (MF)." OFF Inhibits facsimile receiving controls on a remote telephone set. (6) Press the [MODE/YES] key to complete setting and return the display to standby condition.

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1.5.2 Call Time (Ring Delay) Setting
When "FAX" is set for the reception mode, this setting is performed to decide the call time (ring delay), before the facsimile unit starts to receive documents. When any other mode other than "FAX" is set for the reception mode, this Call Time Setting will not be possible. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key four times.

COMM. SETTING ?

(4)

Press the keys in order: [MODE/YES] [FUNCTION/NO] [MODE/YES] SET RING DELAY

(5)

Enter the number of rings desired through the dial keypad.

RING DELAY

=

(6)

Press the [MODE/YES] key to complete setting and return the display to standby condition.

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1.5.3 Privileged Reception Setting
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) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key four times.

COMM. SETTING ?

(4)

Press the keys in order: [MODE/YES] [FUNCTION/NO x 2] [MODE/YES] SET PRIVILEGED RX ?

(5)

Use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired mode, then press the [MODE/YES] key.

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. (6) Press the [MODE/YES] key to complete setting and return the display to standby condition.

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1.5.4 TTI Setting
This determines whether or not the TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) is to be attached as a header on the sent documents. The following data is included in the TTI. Start Time The date and time the document was transmitted. Sending Station The ID name preset in your facsimile unit (if not preset, the telephone number of your facsimile unit). Maximum of 20 characters. Transmission Serial Number A 3-digit serial number assigned to any counted up on every transmission. Sent Page Number A 2-digit number of pages already sent since the start of the transmission. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key four times.

COMM. SETTING ?

(4)

Press the keys in order: [MODE/YES] [FUNCTION/NO x 3] [MODE/YES] SET TTI ?

(5)

Use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired mode, then press the [MODE/YES] key.

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INSIDE To record TTI inside the document data. OUTSIDE To record TTI outside the document data. OFF TTI is not recorded. When the recording image is divided into multiple pages on the receiving station, the TTI is not recorded on the second page of the divided image. The following shows the definitions of the Inside-document TTI and Outside-document TTI. Inside-document TTI: Its recording area starts with the position "A." Therefore, data in the range from A to B will be lost. Outside-document TTI: Its recording area starts with position "B."

A B

Space (3 mm) TTI (9 mm) Space (3 mm)

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 setup or installation. The position selection should also be confirmed as either INDIDE or OUTSIDE. (6) Press the [MODE/YES] key to complete setting and return the display to standby condition.

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1.5.5 ECM Setting
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) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key four times.

COMM. SETTING ?

(4)

Press the keys in order: [MODE/YES] [FUNCTION/NO x 4] [MODE/YES] SET ECM ?

(5)

Use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired mode, then press the [MODE/YES].

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. (6) Press the [MODE/YES] key to complete setting and return the display to standby condition.

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1.5.6 Duplex Ring Setting (TF478 HK model)
This setting is used to select the duplex ring to use the ring signal for the signal for telephone call and the signal for facsimile. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key four times.

COMM. SETTING ?

(4)

Press the keys in order: [MODE/YES] [FUNCTION/NO x 5] [MODE/YES] SET DUPLEX RING ?

(5)

Use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired mode, then press the [MODE/YES].

ON To activate the duplex ring. OFF To deactivate the duplex ring. (7) Press the [MODE/YES] key to complete setting and return the display to standby condition.

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1.5.7 Distinctive Ring Setting (TF471 US/CA/AU models)
Distinctive ring is a telco feature which provides one ring signal for a telephone call and a different ring signal for 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 ring 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. (Refer to page 4-2.)

(1)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times.

INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key four times.

COMM. SETTING ?

(4)

Press the keys in order: [MODE/YES] [FUNCTION/NO x 5] [MODE/YES] SET DISTINCTIVE RING

(5)

Use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired mode, then press the [MODE/YES].

ON To activate the distinctive ring. OFF To deactivate the distinctive ring. (6) Press the [MODE/YES] key to complete setting and return the display to standby condition.

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1.5.8 Caller ID Setting (TF471 US/CA models)
Name or number of the telephone calling you or sending a facsimile can be confirmed on the display prior to your responding to the call. IMPORTANT: Caller ID is a service provided by some Telephone companies (Telcos). You must contract with your Telco to obtain this service. This settings merely permits this unit to work with your Telco's caller ID service.

NOTE: If the ID data sent from the Telco is expressed in small letters, it will be displayed in the upper care letters. Priority order displayed on the LCD is: 1. Name 2. Telephone No. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key four times.

COMM. SETTING ?

(4)

Press the keys in order: [MODE/YES] [FUNCTION/NO x 6] [MODE/YES] SET CALLER ID ?

(5)

Use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired mode, then press the [MODE/YES].

ON To activate the caller ID. OFF To deactivate the caller ID. (7) Press the [MODE/YES] key to complete setting and return the display to standby condition.

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1.6 TAD Setting
This setting is used to perform various requirements in using the TAD (Telephone answering device) functions, such as message recording time length, screening message output to the speaker, message checking from outside telephone, etc. For further details, see the Operator's Manual. TAD setting operation overview: (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key five times.

TAD SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key to display:

SET TAD DELAY ?

And use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select a desired mode, then press the [MODE/YES] key. TAD recording call time setting: Toll saver setting: Remote code setting: Message recording time length setting: Screening message call setting: SET TAD DELAY ? SET TOLL SAVER ? SET REMOTE CODE ? SET TAD TIME ? SET SCREENING CALL ? (See page 4-26.) (See page 4-27.) (See page 4-28.) (See page 4-29.) (See page 4-30.)

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1.6.1 TAD Recording Call Time (Ring Delay) Setting
This setting is used to decide the Call Time (ring delay) before the facsimile unit enters the TAD mode. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key five times.

TAD SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET TAD DELAY ?

(5)

Enter the Call Time (Ring Delay count), then press the [MODE/YES] key. TAD DELAY (1-9) =

5

When a wrong value has been entered, it can be corrected by the [FUNCTION/NO] key. When a value of 0 to 3 is set, the Toll Saver setting will be invalidated. (6) When setting is complete, the next menu item is displayed. To go on setting the next item, refer to the next page. To exit the setting mode, press the [STOP] key to return to standby condition.

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1.6.2 Toll Saver Setting
This setting is used to select or cancel the function to check through an outside telephone if there is any message recorded on the facsimile unit. If any message is recorded, the TAD function starts after two rings. If no message is recorded, the TAD function starts after the ring count set as the TAD call time on the preceding page. The setting here will be possible only when the TAD Call Time is set to 3 or less. When you attempt a telephone call to this facsimile unit in TAD mode through an outside telephone set, you will know that there is a message recorded when you hear the ringer ring 3 times. By hanging up the telephone at this moment, your telephone call will not be charged. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key five times.

TAD SETTING ?

(4)

Press the keys in order: [MODE/YES] [FUNCTION/NO] [MODE/YES] SET TOLL SAVER ?

(5) (6)

Use the [FUNCTION/NO] key to select ON or OFF, then press the [MODE/YES] key. When setting is complete, the next menu item is displayed. To go on setting the next item, see the next page. To exit the setting mode, press the [STOP] key to return the display to standby condition.

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1.6.3 Remote Code Setting
This setting is performed to set a 4-digit password to allow access to any message recorded, etc. through an outside telephone. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key five times.

TAD SETTING ?

(4)

Press the [MODE/YES] key, the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times and then [MODE/YES] key. SET REMOTE CODE ?

(5)

Enter a 4-digit number as the password, through the dial keypad, then press the [MODE/YES] key. REMOTE CODE = ****

Be sure to enter a 4-digit number as the password. When a number is already set as the password, [PASSWORD = **** ] is displayed. To change the password, press the [FUNCTION/NO] key to cancel the currently set password. To go on using the current password already set, press the [MODE/YES] key. (6) When setting is complete, the next menu item is displayed. To go on setting the next item, see the next page. To exit the setting mode, press the [STOP] key to return the display to standby condition.

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1.6.4 Message Recording Time Length Setting
This setting is used to decide the maximum recording time length for one message. You have the choice of 30 sec., 60 sec.*, or 120 sec. of recording length. (1) Press the [FUNCTION/NO] key three times. INSTALLATION ?

(2)

Press the [MODE/YES] key.

SET RECEIVE MODE ?

(3)

Press the [FUNCT