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STAR Program, to encourage the widespread and voluntary use of energy-efficient technologies that enhance the
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STAR Partner, Toshiba has determined that this facsimile model meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy
efficiency. ENERGY STAR guidelines require that all ENERGY STAR facsimiles maintain very low power
consumption during idle state or have a "Power Saver" feature that will automatically stand-down to an idle state
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NOTICE TO USERS
Read through this manual before using the machine. Keep the manual in a convenient location so that you may refer to the manual whenever necessary.

Warning:
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

1 Do not touch the connector terminal when disconnecting the cables of peripheral equipment.
2 Before opening any covers or removing any parts from the facsimile, discharge the static electricity from your body by touching a metal part of the facsimile.

Machine Noise Information


Ordinance 3. GPSGV: The maximum sound pressure level is equal or less than 70 dB (A)
according to EN ISO 7779.

Working environment
This product and original electric accessories are designed to fulfill the EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) requirements for “commercial and light industry environ-
ments”.
TOSHIBA TEC does not approve the use of this product in working environments other than “commercial and light industry environments”.
As example, the following environments are not approved:
• Industrial Environments (e.g. environments where a mains voltage of 380V three-phase is being used).
• Medical Environments: This product is not certified as a medical product according to the Medical Product Directive 93/42/EEC.
• Residential environments (e.g. a private living room with TV/Radio sets in the nearby surrounding area)
Any consequences resulting from the use of this product in working environments that are not approved or the use is restricted are not the responsibility of TOSHIBA
TEC.
The consequences of the use of this product in those working environments may be an electromagnetic interference with other devices or machines in the nearby sur-
rounding area. This can result into malfunction including data loss/data error pertaining to this product or the other devices/machines involved in the electromagnetic inter-
ference.
Furthermore, for general safety reasons, the use of this product in environments with explosive atmospheres is not permitted.

CE compliance
This product is labelled with the CE mark in accordance with the provisions of the applicable European Directives, notably the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, the
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 89/336/EEC and the Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive 99/5/EEC.
CE marking is the responsibility of TOSHIBA TEC GERMANY IMAGING SYSTEMS GmbH,Carl-Schurz-Str. 7, 41460 Neuss, Germany, phone +49-(0)-2131-1245-0.
For a copy of the related CE Declaration of Conformity please contact your dealer or TOSHIBA TEC.

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LASER SAFETY INFORMATION
This facsimile does not produce laser radiation hazardous to the user. It is certified
as a Class 1 laser product under the U.S Department of Health and Human Ser-
vices (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control
for Health and Safety Act of 1968.

Protective housing and external covers completely confine the laser light emitted
inside the facsimile. The laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any
phase of user operation.
4122-1496
Regulations implemented on August 2, 1976 by the Bureau of Radiological Health
(BRH) of the U.S Food and Drug Administration apply to laser products manufac-
tured from August 1,1976. Laser products marketed in the United States must com-
ply with these regulations.

Caution: Using controls or adjustments or performing procedures, other


than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation ex-
posure.

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INTRODUC-
CONTENTS

TION
NOTICE TO USERS ................................................................ 1 USER INTERFACE OPERATION .......................................... 35
LASER SAFETY INFORMATION .......................................... 2 Menu Operation ....................................................................................... 35
Character Entry ....................................................................................... 36
FEATURES ............................................................................. 7
INITIAL SETUP ....................................................................... 38

SETUP
CARE AND MAINTENANCE ................................................. 8 Initial Setting Summary ........................................................................... 38
Language Selection ................................................................................. 39
INTRODUCTION ..........................................................9 Date and Time Setting ............................................................................. 40
FACSIMILE UNIT DESCRIPTIONS ....................................... 9 Terminal ID Setting .................................................................................. 42
Front View ............................................................................................... 9 Dial Type Setting ..................................................................................... 44
Rear View ................................................................................................ 10 DEVICE CONFIGURATION ................................................... 45

BASIC
OPERATION PANEL .............................................................. 12 Configuration Summary ........................................................................... 45
Ringer Volume Adjustment ...................................................................... 46
SETUP...........................................................................15 Alarm Tone Volume Adjustment ............................................................... 47
UNPACKING ........................................................................... 15 Key Touch Tone Volume Adjustment ........................................................ 48
Unpack the Carton .................................................................................. 15 Monitor Volume Adjustment .................................................................... 49

FUNCTIONS
ADVANCED
Make Sure All Items are Enclosed .......................................................... 15 Power Saver Operation ............................................................................ 50
Select a Desirable Location .................................................................... 16 Department Code Setting ........................................................................ 52
Department Code Maintenance ............................................................... 54
FACSIMILE MACHINE INSTALLATION ................................ 17 Account Codes Setting ........................................................................... 56
Connecting Your TOSHIBA Facsimile ...................................................... 17 Line Monitor Default Setting .................................................................... 57
Recording Paper Exit Tray ....................................................................... 18 Receive Interval Setting Operation .......................................................... 58
Document Support .................................................................................. 18 ECM Default Setting ............................................................................... 59

LISTS AND
Document Exit Tray ................................................................................. 18 Sort Copy Setting ................................................................................... 60
Recording Paper Tray ............................................................................... 19 Setting Redial (Interval and Counter) ....................................................... 61
Bypass Tray ............................................................................................ 19 Reception Mode Default Setting .............................................................. 62
INITIAL PRINTING SUPPLIES INSTALLATION ................... 20 Copy Reduction Setting .......................................................................... 64
Recording Paper Installation (Recording Paper Tray) ............................... 20
Recording Paper Installation (Bypass Tray) ............................................. 23 BASIC FUNCTIONS ..................................................... 65

TROUBLE-
Recording Paper Installation (Optional Recording Paper Tray) ................. 24 AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE DIALING .................................... 65
Drum Unit and Toner Cartridge Installation .............................................. 27 Abbreviated Dialer Registration ............................................................... 65
PRINTING SUPPLIES REPLACEMENT ............................... 29 One Touch Dialer Registration ................................................................. 71
Toner Cartridge Replacement .................................................................. 29 Group Number Registration ..................................................................... 77
Drum Unit Replacement .......................................................................... 31 TRANSMIT CONFIGURATION .............................................. 81
QUICK START ........................................................................ 34 Document Specifications ........................................................................ 81

USER TEST
Terminal ID .............................................................................................. 34 Document Loading .................................................................................. 82

MODE
Transmitting ............................................................................................. 34 Scan Resolution Setting .......................................................................... 83
Receiving ................................................................................................ 34 Contrast Setting ...................................................................................... 84

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Default Setting for Document Mode (Resolution and Contrast) ............... 85 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS ...........................................108
COPYING ................................................................................ 86 MULTI-ADDRESS TRANSMISSION (BROADCASTING) ..... 108
Paper Size for Copying ............................................................................ 86 Group Broadcast Transmission ................................................................ 108
Copying Procedure .................................................................................. 87 Multi-Key Quick Broadcast Transmission ................................................ 109
DIALING METHODS ............................................................... 89 RELAY TRANSMISSION ........................................................ 111
One Touch Key Dialing ............................................................................ 89 Relay Transmission, Relay-Relay Transmission Overview ....................... 111
Abbreviated Dialing ................................................................................. 90 Relay Transmission Originating Procedure .............................................. 112
Alphabet Dialing ...................................................................................... 91
Keypad Dialing ........................................................................................ 92
POLLING & MAILBOX COMMUNICATIONS ......................... 114
Polling & Mailbox Overview ..................................................................... 114
TRANSMITTING ..................................................................... 93 Polling Reservation ............................................................................ 114
Memory Transmission ............................................................................. 93 Polling Reception ............................................................................... 114
Memory Transmission Procedure ....................................................... 94 Open Mailbox (ITU-T Compatible) ...................................................... 115
Direct Transmission ................................................................................. 95 Simple & Security Polling Reservation .................................................... 116
Direct Transmission as Default Setting .............................................. 95 Multi Mailbox Polling Reservation ........................................................... 119
Temporary Direct Transmission .......................................................... 97 Simple & Secure Polling .......................................................................... 121
On-hook Transmission (Monitor Speaker Dialing) ............................... 98 Multi-Address Polling ............................................................................... 123
External Off-hook Transmission
(Transmission Using an External Telephone) ...................................... 99
MAILBOX (ITU-T Compatible) ............................................... 125
Setting Up a Mailbox ............................................................................... 125
Redialing ................................................................................................. 100
Deleting a Mailbox ................................................................................... 127
Automatic Redialing ........................................................................... 100
Sending a Document to a Mailbox (Remote Hub) ................................... 129
Manual Redialing Direct Transmission ................................................ 100
Reserving a Document to a Mailbox (Local Hub) .................................... 131
Manual Redialing Jobs in Memory ..................................................... 101
Retrieving (Polling) a Document from a Mailbox (Remote Hub) ............... 133
RECEIVING ............................................................................. 102 Printing a Document from a Mailbox (Local Hub) .................................... 135
Automatic Reception Mode ..................................................................... 102 Cancelling Documents in a Mailbox (Local Hub) ..................................... 137
FAX/TAD Switching Mode ....................................................................... 102
TEL/FAX Auto Switching Mode ............................................................... 103
ADVANCED TRANSMISSION FUNCTIONS ......................... 139
Department Code Access ....................................................................... 139
Manual Receiving Mode .......................................................................... 103
Account Code Entry ................................................................................ 140
Selecting the Reception Mode ................................................................ 104
Chain Dialing ........................................................................................... 141
Recording Paper Size .............................................................................. 104
Default Setting for Memory Transmission ................................................ 142
COMMUNICATION STATUS .................................................. 105 Default Setting for Security Transmission ............................................... 143
Current Job Status .................................................................................. 105 Cover Sheet Registration ........................................................................ 144
Communication Journal ........................................................................... 105 Setting Recovery Transmission ............................................................... 145
CANCELLING A COMMUNICATION JOB ............................ 106 TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) Print ............................................................... 146
Cancelling a Direct Transmission ............................................................. 106 Send after Scan Default Setting .............................................................. 148
Cancelling a Job Reservation .................................................................. 106 Document Length Setting ........................................................................ 149
PIN Mask ................................................................................................ 150

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INTRODUC-
TION
ADVANCED RECEPTION FUNCTIONS ............................... 151 Reservation List ...................................................................................... 189
Secure Reception Access Code Setting ................................................. 151 Multi-Address Transmission Report ........................................................ 190
Secure RX Activation Period Setting ...................................................... 153 Multi-Polling Report ................................................................................. 191
Secure RX Temporary Stop .................................................................... 155 Relay Send Originator Report ................................................................. 192
Memory Reception Setting ...................................................................... 156 Mailbox Reception Report ....................................................................... 193

SETUP
Reception-Reduction Setting ................................................................... 157 Mailbox (ITU-T Compatible F-code Communication) List ........................ 194
Reception-Discard Setting ....................................................................... 158 Department Control List .......................................................................... 195
Reverse Order Printing Setting ................................................................ 159 Preset Dialing Number Lists .................................................................... 196
Privileged Reception ............................................................................... 160 All of Lists .......................................................................................... 196
RTI (Remote Terminal ID) Print ............................................................... 161 Abbreviated Dial Number List ............................................................. 197
One Touch Number List ...................................................................... 198
TRANSMISSION OPTIONS ................................................... 162

BASIC
Group Number List ............................................................................. 199
Security Transmission ............................................................................. 162
Address Book List ............................................................................. 200
Disabling ECM Temporarily ...................................................................... 163
Function List ...................................................................................... 201
Dialing with Sub-Address ........................................................................ 164
Menu List ........................................................................................... 202
Enabling or Disabling Send after Scan Temporarily ................................. 166
Power Failure List .................................................................................... 203
Attaching or Printing a Cover Sheet ........................................................ 168

FUNCTIONS
ADVANCED
Delayed Communication (Time Designation) ........................................... 170 TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................204
Priority Transmission ............................................................................... 171 Error Messages ....................................................................................... 204
Sending Recovery Transmission ............................................................. 172 Paper Jam Error Codes ........................................................................... 206
Low Speed Transmission ......................................................................... 174 Error Codes Printed on Reports .............................................................. 207
Line Monitor ............................................................................................ 175 Transmission Problems ........................................................................... 208
Setting the Page Count ........................................................................... 176 Reception Problems ................................................................................ 209
Communication Report Print ................................................................... 177 Clearing a Document Jam ....................................................................... 210

LISTS AND
Clearing a Recording Paper Jam ............................................................. 211
LISTS AND REPORTS ................................................178
When the Recorded Image is not Clear... ................................................ 215
LIST AND REPORT OPTIONS SETTING ............................. 178 Document Scanner Cleaning Procedure ............................................ 215
Reception Journal Settings ..................................................................... 178 Recording Unit Cleaning Procedure .................................................... 217
Direct Transmission Report Setting ......................................................... 180
Memory Transmission Report Setting ..................................................... 181 USER TEST MODE ...................................................... 218

TROUBLE-
Multi-Address Report Setting .................................................................. 182 AUTOMATIC TEST MODE ...................................................... 218
Multi-Polling Report Setting ..................................................................... 183 AUTO TEST ............................................................................................ 218
Relay Originator Report Setting .............................................................. 184
Reception List Settings ........................................................................... 185 INDIVIDUAL TEST MODE ...................................................... 219
INDIVIDUAL TEST Summary .................................................................. 219
LIST AND REPORT PRINT FORMAT AND ADF TEST ............................................................................................... 220
PRINTING PROCEDURE ....................................................... 186 KEY TEST .............................................................................................. 222

USER TEST
Transmission/Reception Journal (Communication Journal) ..................... 186 LED TEST ............................................................................................... 223

MODE
Transmission Report ............................................................................... 187 LCD TEST ............................................................................................... 224
Memory Transmission Report .................................................................. 188 SPEAKER TEST ..................................................................................... 225

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SENSOR TEST ...................................................................................... 226
PRINT TEST ........................................................................................... 228
TONER IC TEST ..................................................................................... 229
TEST RESULT ........................................................................ 230
PRINTING a TEST RESULT ................................................................... 230

REMOTE SERVICE ...................................................... 231


AUTOMATIC SUPPLIES ORDER .......................................... 231
Automatic Supplies Order Setting ........................................................... 231

SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................232
SUPPLIES.....................................................................233
HARDWARE OPTIONS ...............................................233
INDEX ............................................................................ 235

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FEATURES
Super G3 High-speed Communications Substitute Memory Reception
Provides state-of-the-art V.34 modem technology for worldwide compatibility at When the recording paper or supplies have been depleted or in the event of a
speeds up to 33,600 bits per second. recording paper jam, your receptions will be safely stored in memory until the
problem is corrected.
High Resolution, 128 Level Halftone
With a maximum resolution of 16 dots/mm x 15.4 lines/mm (406 DPI x 391 LPI) Memory Release
and 128 level halftone, precision drawings, small-size characters, photographs, Minimizes the potential for memory overflows when connected with a remote lo-
etc. are copied, sent, and received with exceptional clarity. cation. After each page has been successfully transmitted it is released from
memory to make room for subsequent pages.
Open Network Mailbox Systems
Your new Toshiba provides ITU-T F-code communication for Open Mailbox op- TOSHIBA Viewer
eration. Installing the TOSHIBA Viewer software that comes with the machine enables
following functions (refer to “OPERATOR’S MANUAL FOR TOSHIBA Viewer”).
Rapid Scan Document Scanning
• 600 dpi plain paper laser printer
Allows letter sized originals to be scanned into memory in as little as 3 seconds
PC print jobs are printed on plain paper at a crisp 600 dpi print resolution.
per page.
• Setting and programming the machine from a PC
38 Programmable One Touch Autodialer Keys
You can set up and program the machine from a PC.
Allows remote locations to be quickly dialed at the touch of a key saving time
and eliminating mis-dialed phone numbers. • PC Scanner function
The machine can be used as a TWAIN compatible B/W image scanner (16
150 Abbreviated Autodial Locations
dots/mm x 15.4 dots/mm max.).
In addition to the 38 One Touch Autodialer Keys, 150 abbreviated locations can
also be programmed with other frequently called locations. These locations can User Test Mode
then be easily accessed using abbreviated codes ranging from 001 to 999. The user test mode can help you to find the cause of a machine problem should
a failure occur.
5 Function Keys
Five frequently used functions are assigned to the keys located on the top of Auto Supply Order Function
One Touch Index Panel. These keys allow direct access to frequently used This function allows the machine to order supplies (Drum Unit and Toner Car-
function settings and operations. tridge) automatically.
Multi-address (Broadcast Transmission)
This feature allows the transmission of a document to multiple remote units with
one operation sequence. Locations may be selected using the autodialer or in-
frequently dialed locations that have not been preregistered.

Multi-Memory Access Operation


Allows up to 4 operations such as transmission or reception, printing, scanning,
and programming to be performed at the same time.

Super Energy Saver Mode


Reduces power consumption to approx. 2W by turning all unnecessary functions
off in the standby mode.

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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
About Power for the Unit Do not Place the Unit in the Following Environments
• This unit requires 220 V AC, 50/60Hz electric power. This unit should not be Do not place this facsimile unit in the environments described below.
used in countries that do not conform to these domestic power provisions.
• Where temperature is excessively high, excessively low, or the humidity is too
• Insert the power cord plug firmly to the wall outlet, then insert the other end of high. This facsimile unit should be operated in the following condition.
the cord into the receptacle on the machine. If it is not firmly connected, the unit Temperature : 10 to 33°C (50 to 91°F)
will not operate normally. When unplugging the unit, grasp by the plug and not Humidity : 20 to 80%RH (with no condensation)
the cord.
• Where water or any chemicals may come in contact with the unit.
• Do not share one outlet with too many electric appliances. This may create a fire
• Where dust, dirt, metal filings, or hazardous gases may exist.
hazard.
• Near equipment with strong magnetic fields, such as a radio’s, TV’s, audio
• When the possibility of lightning arises, unplug the power cord from the wall out-
amplifier’s, speaker’s, or other electric appliances.
let. Also, unplug the phone cord from the facsimile unit. This prevents possible
damage from lightning striking power or phone lines. • Where condensation may easily result, i.e., an environment subject to sudden
temperature changes, such as places close to an air-conditioner or heater.
• Avoid sharing the electrical wall outlet with other equipment that may cause
power surges (air-conditioners, large copiers, etc.). Power surges may cause the • Where vibrations frequently occur. (Provide a space of 4 inches or more be-
unit to malfunction. tween the rear side of the unit and the wall.)
• Do not step on the power cord, and do not place anything on it.

When a Power Failure Occurs Other Remarks


• In the event of a power failure, neither facsimile nor telephone functions of the • Do not disassemble or modify the facsimile unit. This may result in electric
unit are available. shock, hazard or machine malfunction.
• In the event a power failure occurs (or the power to the unit has been discon- • Keep fire sources away from the facsimile unit. This may create a fire hazard.
nected), functions and unit operation will not be possible. Any document data
• Keep paper clips and staples away from the unit. If metal objects fall in the unit,
stored in memory will be retained for a period of approximately 30 minutes (if the
they may damage the machine.
internal battery is fully charged). On exceeding that time limit, the following
items will be erased: • Avoid opening the unit while it is scanning or printing. The operation will stop and
it may cause a malfunction and/or damage.
• Document data stored in memory for Transmission, Substitute Memory Re-
ceptions, etc. • Do not drop, hit, or apply excessive shocks to the unit, as this may result in
damage to the unit.
• The address and designated time of each Timer Transmission, Timer Polling
Reception, etc. • When using international or discount communications services, communication
reliability may be impaired.
• Programmed data such as the clock, Auto Dial Numbers and user configurations
will not be erased. This data is supported by second battery with a maximum • Use of non authorized parts or supplies may result in damage to the unit and
five year life (from time of manufacture). could result in termination of the service or warranty agreement.
• In the event that document data has been erased • If any abnormal conditions occur, such as emitting of smoke or burning odor,
due to a power failure, the message “POWER immediately disconnect power to the unit and contact your authorized Toshiba
FAILURE” is displayed on the LCD as shown to JAN-31 09:43 AM 99% dealer for service.
the right and a Power Failure Report is issued POWER FAILURE
once the power is restored (see page 203).

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INTRODUCTION - FACSIMILE UNIT DESCRIPTIONS
Front View

Document Guides
Adjust the guides to the edges of
the document to help ensure
proper document alignment and Recording Paper
smooth feeding. (See page 82.) Exit Tray Extension
Supports long recording
paper after printing. Recording Paper Exit Tray
Stacks recording paper after
Operation Panel printing.
Used to perform programming
and operation of the facsimile
machine. (See page 12.)

Document Support
Place documents face down on
Document Exit Tray
this tray to transmit or copy.
Stacks the original (See page 82.)
documents after scanning.
Document Support Extension
Supports long original documents
to transmit or copy.
Document Exit Tray Extension
Supports long original documents
after scanning. (See page 82.)
Operation Panel Release Position
Provides access to the document
scanner area for periodical cleaning or
clearing jammed originals. Grasp the
center of the Control Panel and pull
forward to open. (See page 210.)
Recording Paper Tray
Bypass Tray
Holds up to 250 sheets of
recording paper. Load a sheet of recording
(See page 20.) paper. (See page 23.)

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Rear View

External Telephone
Connector
Connection for an External
Telephone set.
(See page 17.)

Power Switch
Line Connector =ON =OFF
Connection for the telephone
line cord from wall or PSTN
system. (See page 17.) AC Inlet

USB Interface
This interface is used for connection
to personal computers for Scanning,
Printing and programming various
settings from PC.

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When the Optional Recording Paper Tray is Installed

With the Optional Recording Paper Tray Installed

Lower Recording
Paper Tray (Optional)

Upper Recording
Paper Tray

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- OPERATION PANEL

1. One Touch Keys 6. INSERT Key


Allows remote locations to be dialed at the touch of a button (see page 89). This key is used to insert characters in CHARACTER ENTRY mode (see page
36).
2. ONLINE Lamp
Blinks when communicating between the facsimile unit and a personal com- 7. DELETE Key
puter. This key is used to delete characters in CHARACTER ENTRY mode (see page
36).
3. BUSY Lamp
Illuminated when communicating using the phone line. 8. MULTI/CHARGE CODE Key
Performs Multi-address Transmissions (Broadcast) or Multi-polling receptions
4. ALARM Lamp
(see page 109). This key is also used to input the charge code (see page 150).
Illuminated when any error occurs (see page 204).
9. SPEED DIAL/ALPHA Key
5. LCD Display
Used for accessing Abbreviated, Alphabet, or Group dialing telephone directories
Display machine status and configuration information for operator viewing and
(see pages 90 and 91).
interaction.

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10.REDIAL/PAUSE Key 20.SUPER ENERGY SAVER key and SUPER ENERGY SAVER Lamp
Press this key to redial a facsimile/telephone number if the number was busy on Press this key to select the Super Energy Saver Mode.
your first try (see page 100). Or, use this key to enter a pause between tele- Illuminated when the facsimile is in the Super Energy Save Mode.
phone digits when entering a remote facsimile number.
21.COPY Key
11.MONITOR Key Press this key, with a document in the Document Support, to copy a document
Used to enable the speaker monitor, for monitoring call progress during non (see page 87).
memory document feeder transmissions (see page 98).
22.STOP Key
12.SHIFT Key Used to stop operation or cancel system programming. This key is also used to
Press this key prior to selecting One Touch keys No.20 to No.38. clear an error condition.
13.JOB STATUS Key 23.START Key
Displays the communication status of reserved transmissions (see page 105). Press this key to start facsimile communication. This key is also used to com-
plete programming.
14.CONTRAST Key and DARKER, LIGHTER Lamps
Select the desired contrast level of transmit document or copying. When normal
mode is selected, none of the CONTRAST lamps will be illuminate (see page
84).
15.ENTER Key
Press this key to enter a selected menu item or select a menu entry.

MENU

16.Menu Keys ( , , , Keys)

These keys are used to scroll through LCD menu prompts (see page 35).
17.MODE Key and FINE, U-FINE, HALFTONE Lamps
Select the desired resolution for transmission or copying. When Standard mode
is selected, none of the MODE lamps will be illuminated (see page 83).
18.JOB CANCEL Key
Used to cancel a job reserved or being performed (see page 106).
19.Dial Keypad
Use these 12 keys just like a telephone keypad to dial telephone/facsimile num-
bers (see page 35).
The dial keys are also used to enter alphanumeric characters for remote parties
names, etc. (see page 36).

The is also used as the [TONE] Key. The key is helpful to access
various services requiring touch-tone dialing when you are connected to a Rotary
line (see page 106).

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Function Keys
Frequently used functions are pre-assigned to five keys
on the top of One Touch key panel.

DIRECT SEND TX REPORT CHAIN DIAL JOURNAL AUTO

DIRECT SEND
Allows transmission direct from the document feeder without scanning the docu-
ment to memory first (see page 95).
TX REPORT
Press this key to request or disable a Transmission Report for your current
transmission job.
CHAIN DIAL
Used to dial a remote party using Chain Dialing (see page 141).
JOURNAL
Used to print communication journals (see page 178).
AUTO
Used to select the reception mode, auto receive, Fax/Tad, Tel/Fax or manual.

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SETUP - UNPACKING

1 Unpack the Carton 2 Make Sure All Items are Enclosed

1 2 7 9
8

3
11

4 5
10 12

Check the carton and report any damage to the deliv- Packing List
ery service. Save the carton and packing materials for
1. Facsimile ................................................... 1 8. AC Power Cord .......................................... 1
future use.
2. Document Support ..................................... 1 9. Phone Line Cord (Modular Cord) ................ 1
Check the items in the carton with the following pack-
3. Recording Paper Exit Tray ......................... 1 10. Overlay ...................................................... 2
ing list. If anything is missing, contact your dealer im-
mediately. 4. Document Exit Tray ................................... 1 11. User Documentation CD-ROM ................... 1
5. Recording Paper Tray 12. TOSHIBA Viewer CD-ROM ........................ 1
(with Bypass Tray) ..................................... 1
6. Toner Cartridge .......................................... 1
7. Drum Unit ................................................... 1

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3 Select a Desirable Location

The unit should be installed:


• On a horizontal surface.
• Away from direct sunlight, dust, extreme heat and humidity, and vibration.
• Away from sources of strong electrical or magnetic fields, such as televisions or
radios.
• Within reach of an electrical outlet. Use an outlet not shared with equipment that
generates electrical noise or consumes large amounts of electricity, such as an
air conditioner, or a copier.
• Within reach of a telephone connection. Use a dedicated, single-line telephone
connection.
• Allow for adequate ventilation. The rear and sides of the unit need to be clear to
allow proper air flow to the unit’s power supply.

WARNING • After a suitable place has been selected for the installation of
the e-STUDIO, please do not change it. Avoid excessive
heat, dust, vibration and direct sunlight. Also, provide proper
ventilation as the facsimile emits a small amount of ozone.
• The socket outlet should be installed near the equipment and
be easily accessible. Pull out the plug from the outlet more
than once a year to clean around the prongs. Accumulating
dust and dirt could cause a fire due to the heat released by
electric leakage.
• Be sure to fix the power cable securely so that no one trips
over it.

NOTE:
Be sure to hold the e-STUDIO170F by 2 place
with both hands as shown in the illustration on
the right.

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- FACSIMILE MACHINE INSTALLATION
Connecting Your TOSHIBA Facsimile
Make sure that the Power Switch is turned OFF. Connect the telephone line cord (modular cord) to the “LINE” connector.
Plug in the power cord as in the figure below. Connect the external telephone set (if desired) to the “TEL” connector.

Power Switch

OFF

Power Cord

WARNING
• Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
• Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet locations.
• Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface.
• Use caution when installing or modifying the telephone lines.
• Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electric storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock
from lightning.
• Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.

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Recording Paper Exit Tray Document Support Document Exit Tray
Recording Paper Exit Document Support Open the Front Cover Document Exit Tray Close the Front Cover
Tray Installation Installation Installation

Fit the tabs of the Recording Fit the tabs of the Document Hold the Front Cover by the Fit the tabs of the Document Press up the Front Cover until
Paper Exit Tray onto the posts Support into the slots on the grips on both sides of its upper Exit Tray into the slots on the it clicks to attach securely.
on the back side of the unit. top side of the unit. part and pull it down to open it. front side of the unit.

• Do not place heavy objects • Do not place heavy objects NOTE: • Do not place heavy objects
on the Recording Paper Exit on the Document Support or Do not pull the Front Cover on the Document Exit Tray
Tray or apply strong force. apply strong force. too strongly when opening or apply strong force.
it.
• Extend the Document Exit
NOTE: Tray Extension for long
It may be necessary to gen- documents.
tly bow the base of the sup-
port toward you as you
place the support into posi-
tion.

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Recording Paper Tray Bypass Tray
Recording Paper Tray Bypass Tray Installation
Installation

Place the hooks of the Record- Place the Bypass Tray on the
ing Paper Tray into the guides Recording Paper Tray.
on the front side of the unit and
press into position. • Do not place heavy objects
on the Bypass Tray or apply
• Do not place heavy objects strong force.
on the Recording Paper
Tray or apply strong force.

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- INITIAL PRINTING SUPPLIES INSTALLATION
Recording Paper Installation (Recording Paper Tray)
About Recording Paper:

• Use only recommended paper brands to optimize your facsimi-


1 Remove the Bypass 2 Open the Paper 3 Prepare Recording
Tray Guides Paper Sheets
le performance. Contact your authorized TOSHIBA dealer for
more information.
• Remove the recording paper when storing or relocating your
facsimile.
• Avoid using damaged, folded or misaligned recording paper.
Use of damaged paper could cause double feeding or paper
jamming.
• Use of damp recording paper will cause poor printing over all or
part of the image area. If the paper is excessively moist, print
quality may become uneven and voiding may occur. Replace
the paper, should this condition exist. Remove the Bypass Tray from Pull down the front plate of the Prepare new recording paper
Recording Paper Tray. Recording Paper Tray, and sheets by holding both ends
• Do not add paper on top of the paper already in the machine. If then fully extend the Paper and flexing several times.
you wish to add paper, first remove the existing paper. Then Guide with the hook on the
stack the existing paper with the new paper before inserting right. This will separate the sheets
into the machine. and provide optimum feeding.

Align the stack so that all four


corners are neatly aligned.

Be sure to load the recording


paper in accordance with any
paper manufacturer’s printing
side instruction. Some papers
have a preferred image side.
This image side should be
placed face up in the Record-
ing Paper Tray.

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Recording Paper Installation (Recording Paper Tray) - continued

4 Install the 5 Adjust the Paper 6 Replace the Bypass 7 Display the Paper 8 Select the Paper
Recording Paper Guides Tray Size Menu Size

Press: Select the paper size of the


MENU Recording Paper Tray.

To select letter size, press:


+

+ To select A4 size, press:

+
Place the recording paper Adjust the Paper Guides to fit Replace the Bypass Tray.
To select legal size, press:
stack into the tray. the size of the Recording Pa-
per. +
CAUTION:
NOTES: Push up the front plate of the Do not place heavy objects
• Do not exceed the upper Recording Paper Tray to close on the Document Exit Tray
COMPLETED
stack limit line as this may it. or apply strong force. The menu below displays:
cause paper mis-feeds.
PAPER SIZE (TRAY 1)
• Do not add paper on top of Displayed for 2 seconds
1.LT
the paper already in the ma-
chine. 2.A4
Returns to display the SETUP
3.LG menu screen.

21
Recording Paper Installation (Recording Paper Tray) - continued

9 Return to the
Standby Mode

STOP

Press to return to the


Standby Mode.

22
Recording Paper Installation (Bypass Tray)
NOTE:
1 Open the Paper 2 Insert the Recording 3 Adjust the Paper The single sheet of paper in the Bypass Tray will be fed in-
Guides Paper Guides stead of the paper in the Recording Paper Tray. If the machine
is equipped with the optional Lower Paper Tray, the single
sheet in the Bypass Tray will feed only when the Upper Paper
Tray is selected.

Open the Paper Guides. Insert a one sheet of paper on Adjust the Paper Guides so
the Bypass Tray. that both sides of the paper are
secure.

CAUTION:
Do not insert more than one
sheet of paper on the By-
pass Tray.
It will cause a paper jam.

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Recording Paper Installation (Optional Recording Paper Tray)
Remove the Optional
1 Recording Paper 2 Remove the 3 Press Down the 4 Prepare Recording 5 Install the Recording
Tray Optional Tray Cover Paper Pressure Plate Paper Sheets Paper

Remove the Optional Record- Remove the Optional Tray Press the Paper Pressure Plate Prepare new recording paper Place the recording paper
ing Paper Tray. Cover. down until it clicks. sheets by holding both ends stack into the tray.
and flexing several times.
NOTES:
This will separate the sheets • Do not exceed the upper
and provide optimum feeding. stack limit line as this may
cause paper misfeeds.
Align the stack so that all four
corners are neatly aligned. • Make sure that the paper is
seated under the two sepa-
Be sure to load the recording ration claws on the back
paper in accordance with any side of tray.
paper manufacturer’s printing
• Be careful not to damage
side instruction. Some papers
the claws of the Recording
have a preferred image side.
Paper Tray.
This image side should be
placed face up in the Recording • Do not add paper on top of
Paper Tray. the paper already in the ma-
chine.

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Recording Paper Installation (Optional Recording Paper Tray) - continued
Select the Paper Size Select the Paper Size
6 Replace the Optional 7 Insert the Optional 8 Display the Paper 9 of the Recording 10 of the Optional
Tray Cover Recording Paper Tray Size Menu Paper Tray Recording Paper Tray

Press: Select the paper size of the Select the paper size of the
MENU Recording Paper Tray. Optional Recording Paper Tray.

To select letter size, press: To select the letter size, press:


+

+ To select A4 size, press: To select the A4 size, press:

+
Replace the Optional Paper Insert the Optional Recording
Tray Cover. Paper Tray all the way into the To select legal size, press:
machine. COMPLETED
+
NOTE:
As the tray is inserted, lis- Displayed for 2 seconds
ten for the sound of the pa- PAPER SIZE (TRAY 2)
1.LT
per pressure plate moving The menu below displays:
up into position. 2.A4 Returns to display the SETUP
PAPER SIZE (TRAY 1)
menu screen.
1.LT

2.A4

3.LG

25
Recording Paper Installation (Optional Recording Paper Tray) - continued

11 Return to the
Standby Mode

STOP

Press to return to the


Standby Mode.

26
Drum Unit and Toner Cartridge Installation
IMPORTANT: Remove the protective Attach the Toner
When you use a toner cartridge
1 Open the Front 2 Prepare a Toner 3 cover from the Toner 4 Cartridge to the
Cover Cartridge Cartridge Drum Unit
of our recommendation, the
facsimile machine can detect
whether or not the cartridge is
inserted in the machine and
alert the user when the amount
of toner is low or needs replac-
ing. As the facsimile machine
does not start printing when the
toner is not inserted or when
the amount of toner is insuffi-
cient, loss of received data can
be prevented. If a toner car- Hold the Front Cover by the Mix the Toner by shaking the NOTE: Match the colored parts in the
tridge other than that of our rec- grips on both sides of its upper Toner Cartridge back and forth. Do not touch the Develop- lower area of the Drum Unit
ommendation is used, the ma- part and pull it down to open it. ment Roller of the Toner with the same colored parts in
chine may not be able to detect NOTE: Cartridge. The image quality the lower area of the Toner Car-
whether the toner cartridge has NOTE: Avoid touching the toner to could be degraded. tridge.
been inserted or if the toner Do not pull the Front Cover your clothing since toner
amount is sufficient, and print- too strongly when opening cannot be removed easily. NOTES:
ing is not possible using the it. If the toner sticks to your • Keep the Toner Cartridge
default setting. clothing, immediately rinse level with the Drum Unit
out the toner with cold wa- when they are detached.
If you want to use a toner car- ter.
tridge other than that of our rec- • Do not touch the PC Drum
ommendation, please inform under the lid of the Drum
our service center. The service Unit. The image quality
center will change the machine could be degraded.
setting to cancel the detection • Do not touch the metal area
function. Please note, however, of the Toner Cartridge. It
that when the setting is so could be damaged due to
changed, the machine will start electrostatic interference.
printing even if a toner cartridge
is not inserted or the toner
amount is insufficient. Conse-
quently, the printout may not
be satisfactory and the re-
ceived data may be lost.

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Drum Unit and Toner Cartridge Installation - continued

5 Install the Process 6 Close the Front


Unit Cover

Install the Process Unit along Press up the Front Cover until
the Guide in the machine. it clicks to attach securely.
Make sure the Process Unit is
inserted inside the machine as
far as it will go.

NOTE:
Pressing in the Process
Unit forcibly could damage
the machine.

CAUTION:
Hold the Process Unit by
the green handle.

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- PRINTING SUPPLIES REPLACEMENT
Toner Cartridge Replacement
Replacement Toner Kits for your TOSHIBA facsimile include a Detach the Toner
Toner Cartridge. 1 Open the Front 2 Remove the Process 3 Cartridge from the
Cover Unit Drum Unit
Your TOSHIBA facsimile has been designed to display a two
stage alert to replace Toner once it has been depleted.

The first stage is a “TONER LOW” warning that alerts you that the
Toner is low and should be replaced at your earliest convenience.

The unit will continue to receive and print facsimile messages dur-
ing this stage.

The second stage is a “TONER EMPTY” notice. When this mes-


sage is displayed, the machine can no longer print documents.
Receptions will be stored in memory until the Toner has been re-
placed. Hold the Front Cover by the Lift up and holding the green Move the lever of the Toner
grips on both sides of its upper handle, gently pull out the Pro- Cartridge in the direction of the
It is recommended to replace the Toner Cartridge whenever the part and pull it down to open it. cess Unit. arrow to detach it from the
“TONER LOW” message is displayed using the following proce- Drum Unit.
dure. NOTE: CAUTION:
Do not pull the Front Cover Always hold the Process NOTES:
too strongly when opening Unit by the green handle. • Keep the Toner Cartridge
IMPORTANT: it. level with the Drum Unit
when they are detached.
When you use a toner cartridge of our recommendation, the fac-
• Do not touch the PC Drum
simile machine can detect whether or not the cartridge is inserted
under the lid of the Drum
in the machine and alert the user when the amount of toner is low
Unit. The image quality
or needs replacing. As the facsimile machine does not start print-
could be degraded.
ing when the toner is not inserted or when the amount of toner is
• Do not touch the metal area
insufficient, loss of received data can be prevented. If a toner car-
of the Toner Cartridge. It
tridge other than that of our recommendation is used, the machine
could be damaged due to
may not be able to detect whether the toner cartridge has been
electrostatic interference.
inserted or if the toner amount is sufficient, and printing is not pos-
sible using the default setting.

If you want to use a toner cartridge other than that of our recom-
mendation, please inform our service center. The service center
will change the machine setting to cancel the detection function.
Please note, however, that when the setting is so changed, the
machine will start printing even if a toner cartridge is not inserted
or the toner amount is insufficient. Consequently, the printout may
not be satisfactory and the received data may be lost.

29
Toner Cartridge Replacement - continued

4 Prepare a New 5 Remove the protec-


tive cover from the 6 Attach the new
Toner Cartridge to
Install the New
7 Toner Cartridge and 8 Close the Front
Toner Cartridge Toner Cartridge the Drum Unit Drum Unit Cover

Take out the new Toner Car- NOTE: NOTE: Install the Process Unit along Press up the Front Cover until
tridge from its shipping carton. Do not touch the Develop- Match the colored parts in the Guide in the machine. it clicks to attach securely.
Mix the Toner by shaking the ment Roller of the Toner the lower area of the Drum Make sure the Process Unit is
new Toner Cartridge back and Cartridge. The image quality Unit with the same colored inserted inside the machine as
forth. could be degraded. parts in the lower area of the far as it will go.
new Toner Cartridge.
NOTE: NOTE:
Avoid touching the toner to Pressing in the Process
your clothing since toner Unit forcibly could damage
cannot be removed easily. the machine.
If the toner sticks to your
clothing, immediately rinse CAUTION:
out the toner with cold wa- Always hold the Process
ter. Unit by the green handle.

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Drum Unit Replacement
Replacement Drum Kits for STORAGE NOTES: Detach the Toner
your TOSHIBA facsimile in-
The Drum Unit is a very im-
1 Open the Front 2 Remove the Process 3 Cartridge from the
clude a Drum Unit. Cover Unit Drum Unit
portant part of this facsimile.
Your TOSHIBA facsimile has Handle it with care as shown
been designed to display a two- below.
stage alert to replace the Drum Keep the Drum Unit within a
Unit once it has been depleted. temperature range of 0-35°C
(32-95°F) and a humidity
The first stage is a “DRUM
range of 20-80%RH (without
UNIT WARNING” notice. This
condensation).
message is displayed when the
remaining drum life reaches Do not store or use the Drum
4,000 sheets. When this mes- Unit in an environment where
sage is displayed, we recom- the temperature changes ex- Hold the Front Cover by the Lift up and holding the green Move the lever of the Toner
mend ordering and replacing cessively. grips on both sides of its upper handle, gently pull out the Pro- Cartridge in the direction of the
the drum at your convenience. part and pull it down to open it. cess Unit. arrow to detach it from the
Do not touch the light sensi-
(If “auto supply order” (page Drum Unit.
tive drum because its sur-
231) is set, you don’t need to NOTE: CAUTION:
face will be easily damaged.
order a replacement drum.) The Do not pull the Front Cover Always hold the Process NOTES:
unit will continue to receive and Do not place the light sensi- too strongly when opening Unit by the green handle. • Keep the Toner Cartridge
print facsimile messages dur- tive drum in a location where it. level with the Drum Unit
ing this stage. it is exposed to direct sun- when they are detached.
light or high intensity light
(more than 200 lx) such as • Do not touch the PC Drum
near a window. under the lid of the Drum
The second stage is the “RE- Unit. The image quality
PLACE DRUM UNIT” notice. could be degraded.
When this message is dis-
played, the machine can no • Do not touch the metal area
longer print documents. Recep- of the Toner Cartridge. It
tions will be stored in memory could be damaged due to
until the Drum Unit has been electrostatic interference.
replaced.

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Drum Unit Replacement - continued
Attach the new Install the Toner
4 Drum Unit to the 5 Cartridge and New 6 Close the Front 7 Reset the Drum 8 Reset the Drum
Toner Cartridge Drum Unit Cover Counter Counter - continued

Perform the following procedure Press:


to reset the Drum Unit counter
after you replace the Drum
Unit.

Press: RESET DRUM COUNT


MENU ARE YOU SURE ?

+
Take the new Drum Unit from Install the Process Unit along Press up the Front Cover until Press:
its shipping carton. the Guide in the machine. it clicks to attach securely. +
Match the colored parts in the Make sure the Process Unit is
lower area of the new Drum inside the machine as far as it
Unit with the same colored will go. +
parts in the lower area of the COMPLETED
Toner Cartridge. NOTE:
Pressing in the Process +
Unit forcibly could damage Displayed for 2 seconds
the machine.

CAUTION: Return to display the SETUP


Always hold the Process RESET DRUM COUNT menu screen.
Unit by the green handle. 2.NO
NOTE:
1.YES
You must reset the drum
counter when you replace
the Drum Unit.
NOTE: Never perform this operation
Keep in mind that the drum on any other occasion.
warning does not disappear
unless this operation is per-
formed.

32
Drum Unit Replacement - continued

9 Return to the
Standby Mode

STOP

Press to return to the


Standby Mode.

33
- QUICK START
This section provides several
Terminal ID Transmitting Receiving
quick start programming steps
to prepare your new facsimile
for immediate use. 1 Setting the Terminal ID (Page 42) 2 Sending a Facsimile 3 Receiving a
(Page 93) Facsimile (Page 102)
These procedures are a simple
version of the detailed proce-
dures listed in the manual. MENU Load your document face down Your TOSHIBA facsimile has
Press: , , FAX NUMBER (20MAX)
Next to each procedure head- into the Document Support. been preset from the factory to
[ ]
ing is a convenient page num- receive facsimile messages.
ber reference for the detailed JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% No special setup is required to
procedure. Should you have Enter your facsimile’s tele- AUTO RECEIVE receive facsimile messages.
NAME (40MAX)
any difficulty with these simple [ ] phone number, press:
procedures, refer to the pages
listed for more information. Dial the remote facsimile using
Enter your user ID (company the Dial Keypad located on the
It is highly recommended that name) using the Dial Keypad, COMPLETED Operation Panel. Remember to
you take the time to read press: include any access numbers
through this manual to get the REDIAL

most from your new TOSHIBA Displayed for 2 seconds such as 9 or press the af-
facsimile. PAUSE

ter the access number if you


INT. CODE ? normally have to wait for a dial
INITIAL SETUP tone.
1.YES
3.TERMINAL ID
2.NO
Press:
STOP
If you communicate internation-
ally, select:

Otherwise, select:
After the remote facsimile
number has been entered into
the keypad, press the green
START key.
START

34
- USER INTERFACE OPERATION
Menu Operation
Various functions of this fac-
simile can be used by selecting Keys Used in Menu Operation
menu items displayed in the
LCD window. Performing opera-
tions or settings by selecting MENU

menu items is called “Menu [ ] Key


Operation.” The menus use a Press this key to enter the Menu Operation or to scroll up the menu selections.
multi-layered structure.
MENU
[ ] Key
Starting Menu Operation: Press this key to scroll down the menu selections.
When the facsimile is in the
MENU

Standby Mode, press [ ] Key


to start Menu Operation. Press this key to display the preceding menu screen or to move the cursor to the left.
(In the Standby Mode, the dis-
play shows the date, time and [ ] Key
residual memory % on the first
Press this key to display the sub-menu screen or to move the cursor to the right.
row and the receive mode on
the second row as shown be-
low.
START
[ENTER] Key or [START] Key
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% or When the displayed item has sub-items, pressing this key operates the same as the [ ]
AUTO RECEIVE Key.
When the displayed item is the end item, press this key to complete the item selection.
Completing or Canceling
Menu Operation:
When you have reached the Dial Keypad [1] to [0] Keys
end of a programming step or Used to enter desired information or to select options.
wish to cancel a programming
STOP

procedure, press to re-


turn to the Standby Mode.

STOP

[STOP] Key
Used to exit the Menu Operation and return to the Standby Mode.

35
Character Entry
When programming and regis-
tering the Autodialer numbers Keys Used in Character Entry Entry Procedure
or names, you will need to en-
ter alphanumeric characters.
[INSERT] Key
This section helps you under- INSERT
NAME (20 MAX)
Inserts characters before the selected An example to enter “NEW
stand how to easily enter these [ ]
(underlined) character. YORK”:
characters.
DELETE [DELETE] Key Press twice to display “N.” Note that “M” was dis-
Deletes the selected (underlined) charac- played on the first press followed by “N” on the second.
ter.
NOTE: If the next character is located on the same key
[ ] Key
Moves the cursor to the right. If pressed as the preceding character, press the key to
without entering a character, it inserts a move the cursor to the next position. Otherwise
space. press the next desired key and the cursor will
automatically move to the right.
[ ] Key
NAME (20 MAX)
Moves the cursor to the left. Press 3 times for Y.
[N ]

NAME (20 MAX)


The dial keypad is used to enter alpha- Press 2 times for [NEW Y ]
numeric characters. Both European and E.
Foreign alphanumeric characters may be
selected with each Numeric Key. The NAME (20 MAX) Press 3 times for O.
European characters are listed for your [NE ]
convenience above each key. By pressing
NAME (20 MAX)
the Numeric Key multiple times, you can [NEW YO ]
scroll through all characters assigned to a Press 1 time for W.
particular key (see table below).
NAME (20 MAX) Press 3 times for R.
[NEW ]
NAME (20 MAX)
[NEW YOR ]
Press 2 times to
insert a blank space.
Press 2 times for K.
NAME (20 MAX)
[NEW ]
NAME (20 MAX)
[NEW YORK ]

36
Character Entry - continued
Character Correction

Replacing Characters Inserting Characters

NAME (20 MAX) NAME (20 MAX)


[NEW YOPK ] Using / , position the cursor under the char- [NEW YRK ] Using / , position the cursor under the point

acter to be corrected. INSERT


of insertion and press .

Input the correct character (“R” in this example) by The message “[ I ]” is displayed on the right end of
NAME (20 MAX) NAME (20 MAX)
the second row.
[NEW YORK ] [NEW YRK ]I
pressing 3 times. Press to save your
change.

Deleting Characters Enter the desired character(s) (“O” in this example).


NAME (20 MAX) The character(s) will be inserted without deleting
[NEW YORK ]I
NAME (20 MAX) other characters in the line. Press to save
[NEEW YORK ] Using / , position the cursor under the char-
your change.
acter to be deleted.

DELETE
Delete the character by pressing . Press to
NAME (20 MAX)
[NEW YORK ] save your change.

37
- INITIAL SETUP
Initial Setting Summary
This facsimile has several user
initial settings. 1 Enter the 2 Select the Desired Initial Setting (1-4)
Configuration Menu
For your convenience, a quick
reference summary of all user MENU MENU
initial settings is shown on the Press or until the desired Initial Setting is displayed or enter the desired Initial
Press . The initial
right.
Menu Screen displays. Setting 1 through 4 from the list below. The detailed initial setting procedure for each setting is
Each of these initial settings is shown in parentheses after the initial setting.
discussed in detail throughout
MENU
the remainder of this section.
1.FAX FEATURES
1. LANGUAGE - (Page 39) - Selects ENGLISH*, FRANCAIS, DEUTSCH, ITALIANO,
Use the following procedures NEDERLANDS, SVENSKA, SUOMI, NORSK, DANSK, ESPANOL or PORTUGUES display and
to access one or more of these printing.
initial settings.
Press to enter INITIAL 2. DATE & TIME - (Page 40) - Sets the Month, Day, Year & Time for your machine. You may se-
SETUP. The Installation sub- lect to use the 24-hour or the 12-hour format for the time.
menu displays.
3. TERMINAL ID - FCC MANDATORY - (Page 42) - Sets the Terminal ID (Company Name & Fac-
simile Number) for your machine.
INITIAL SETUP
4. DIAL TYPE - (Page 44) - Configures your machine for use with PSTN (Public Switched Tele-
1.LANGUAGE
phone Network)* or PABX (Private Automatic Branch Exchange).
2.DATE & TIME
3.TERMINAL ID NOTE: * indicates the factory default setting.
4.DIAL TYPE

38
Language Selection
You can select the language
used on the LCD display and 1 Display the 2 Select the Desired Language
all reports printed by your fac- LANGUAGE Menu
simile. English, Francais,
Deutsch, Italiano, Nederlands, Display Select the desired language.
Svenska, Suomi, Norsk, +
Dansk, Espanol and Portugues INITIAL SETUP (for PORTUGUES)
are available. 1.LANGUAGE +
(for ENGLISH)
COMPLETED
To display the SETUP menu, MENU

Using or and +
press:
MENU (for FRANCAIS)
press:

+ +
Returns to display the Standby
(for DEUTSCH) menu screen.
or
+
(for ITALIANO)

+
INITIAL SETUP LANGUAGE (for NEDERLANDS)
1.LANGUAGE 01.ENGLISH
+
02.FRANCAIS
03.DEUTSCH (for SVENSKA)
04.ITALIANO
05.NEDERLANDS +
06.SVENSKA
07.SUOMI (for SUOMI)
08.NORSK
09.DANSK +
10.ESPANOL
11.PORTUGUES (for NORSK)

+
(for DANSK)

+
(for ESPANOL)

39
Date and Time Setting
This facsimile displays the cur-
rent date and time when in the 1 Display the DATE & 2 Enter the Date Data 3 Select the Date 4 Select the Month
Standby Mode. It also uses TIME Menu Format Format
this time for maintaining inter-
nal list and reports. Follow this Display Move the cursor to the desired Select the date format for dis- Select the month format.
procedure to set the time and position using the following play and print.
date. INITIAL SETUP keys.
2.DATE & TIME
(for NUMERIC, such as 01, 02,
To display the SETUP menu, or (for Month/Day/Year 4-digit) 03 ...)
MENU
press:
Using or and
MENU
press: Enter the date.
(for Day/Month/Year 4-digit) (for NAME, such as JAN,
FEB, MAR ...)
+

(for Year 4-digit/Month/Day)


or

INITIAL SETUP DATE MONTH FORMAT TIME FORMAT


1.LANGUAGE [01-15-2005] When the correct date is en- 2.NAME 2.12 HOUR
tered, press:
1.NUMERIC 1.24 HOUR

DATE FORMAT
1.MM-DD-YYYY
2.DD-MM-YYYY
3.YYYY-MM-DD

40
Date and Time Setting - continued

5 Select the Time 6 Enter the Time Data 7 Select Another


Format SETUP Item, or ...

Select the time format. Move the cursor to the desired After completing this Configu-
position using the following ration Setting, you may con-
keys. tinue to select other settings
referring to their associated
(for 24-hour format)
pages for instructions, or
or press

TIME STOP

[09:43] Enter the time.

to exit the Configuration Set-


ting mode and return to the
Standby Mode.
(for 12-hour format) default

TIME
[09:43AM]
Change the AM/PM designa-
tion by pressing the following
keys. (For 12-hour format)

MENU

or

When the correct time is en-


tered, press:

Returns to display the SETUP


menu screen.

41
Terminal ID Setting
This facsimile places your
company’s name, facsimile 1 Display the 2 Enter the User ID 3 Select the 4 Enter Your
telephone number and date & TERMINAL ID Menu International Code Telephone Number
time on top of all transmitted
documents. This feature en- Enter your user ID (company If you send documents over- If you selected YES in Step 3,
Display
ables remote parties to easily name) using the Dial Keypad. seas, adding your International enter the International Code
identify your documents and INITIAL SETUP You can use up to 40 charac- Code to your stored ID name for your country/region before
time of transmission. 3.TERMINAL ID ters. will enable the remote party to entering your area code and
NOTE: For more information on select- identify the country/region from telephone number.
Please note that ID setting
MENU ing characters, see page 34, which the document has been
Using or and Example: U.K. = +44
might be mandatory de- Character Entry. sent. The 1st digit(s) following
pending on the country leg- press: the “+” sign is for the Interna- Then, enter the telephone
When your ID name is dis- tional Code.
islations. number that has been con-
played correctly on the LCD
nected to the facsimile.
display, press:
To display the SETUP menu, If you send or receive docu-
press: ments to and from overseas,
MENU
or
press:
Your facsimile will prompt you
+ for your telephone number’s
international code (country/
region). The “+” is displayed when Inter-
NAME (40MAX) national Code is selected.
[ ]
INITIAL SETUP INT. CODE ?
FAX NUMBER (20MAX) Check the LCD display to
1.LANGUAGE 1.YES
[+ ] make sure your telephone
If the terminal ID is already 2.NO number appears correctly,
set, the current name is dis- If all of your documents are then press:
played on the second row. sent domestically, press:

NAME (40MAX)
[e-STUDIO170F ]
COMPLETED
The new name will be dis-
played on the second row as it
is entered. Displayed for 2 seconds

Returns to display the SETUP


menu screen.

42
Terminal ID Setting - continued

5 Select Another
SETUP Item, or ...

After completing this Configu-


ration Setting, you may con-
tinue to select other settings
referring to their associated
pages for instructions, or
press

STOP

to exit the Configuration Set-


ting mode and return to the
Standby Mode.

43
Dial Type Setting
This facsimile can be con-
nected not only to the public 1 Display the DIAL 2 Select Your Dial 3 Enter the Access 4 Select Another
switched telephone network TYPE Menu Type Digits SETUP Item, or ...
(public line) but also to a PABX
(Private Automatic Branch Ex- Display Select your dial line type. Enter the digit(s) for obtaining After completing this Configu-
change). With PABX, the Ac- the public line using the Dial ration Setting, you may con-
cess Digits setting is required INITIAL SETUP Keypad. tinue to select other settings
to obtain the public line. 4.DIAL TYPE referring to their associated
(for PSTN type)
pages for instructions, or press
default
To display the SETUP menu, MENU
STOP
press: Using or and
MENU
press:
(for PABX type)
to exit the Configuration Set-
+ After selecting the PABX type, ting mode and return to the
the following will be displayed. Standby Mode.
or When the correct Access Digit
ACCESS DIGIT = (1-3) is displayed, press:
[ ]

Access digits are numbers


INITIAL SETUP DIAL TYPE which are required by PABX
1.LANGUAGE 1.PSTN systems to access the phone
2.PABX system “outside” the PABX.

Example:
You might need to dial the
“0” in order to access the
phone system “outside”
your PABX network. COMPLETED

Displayed for 2 seconds

Returns to display the SETUP


menu screen.

44
- DEVICE CONFIGURATION
Configuration Summary
This facsimile has many user
adjustable settings. 1 Enter the 2 Select the Desired Configuration Setting (01-11)
Configuration Menu
Each of these configuration
settings is discussed in detail MENU MENU
throughout the remainder of Press . The initial Press or until the desired Configuration Setting is displayed or enter the desired
this section.
Menu Screen displays. Configuration Setting 01 through 11 from the list below. The detailed configuration procedure for each
Use the following procedures to setting is shown in parentheses after the configuration setting.
access one or more of these MENU
configuration settings. 1.FAX FEATURES 01. SPEAKER VOLUME - (Page 46) - Sets the Bell Ringer, Alarm Tone, Key Touch Tone and
Monitor volume (8-1) (5*) for the machine. Adjust the volume by checking the sound made in
every setting.
Press to enter DEFAULT
SETTINGS. The Default Set- 02. POWER SAVER - (Page 50) - Configures the machine’s Super Energy Saver function for Auto-
tings sub-menu displays. matic/Manual* or Off operation and Printer Power Saver function for On or Off.

03. DEPARTMENT CODE - (Page 52) - Enables, Disables* and Configures up to 50 Department
DEFAULT SETTINGS Codes.
1.MACHINE SETTINGS
04. ACCOUNT CODE - (Page 56) - Enables or Disables* a 4-digit Account Code entry.
Press to enter MACHINE
05. LINE MONITOR - (Page 57) - Enables or Disables* a Line Monitor function.
SETTINGS. The Machine Set-
tings sub-menu will now be dis- 06. RECEIVE INTERVAL - (Page 58) - Sets an interval for the machine to wait (0 - 14 min.) after
played. making four consecutive dialings.

07. ECM - (Page 59) - Enables or Disables* an ECM (Error Correction Mode) function.
MACHINE SETTINGS
01.SPEAKER VOLUME 08. SORT COPY - (Page 60) - Enables or Disables* a Sort Copy function.
02.POWER SAVER
03.DEPARTMENT CODE 09. REDIAL MODE - (Page 61) - Sets the number of redials (0-14) (5*) and redial interval (1min.-
04.ACCOUNT CODE 15min.) (1*min.).
05.LINE MONITOR
06.RECEIVE INTERVAL 10. RECEPTION MODE - (Page 62) - Configures FAX*, FAX/TAD, TEL/FAX or Manual reception
07.ECM modes.
08.SORT COPY
09.REDIAL MODE 11. COPY REDUCTION - (Page 64) - Configures the machine’s Copy Reduction function for Auto or
10.RECEPTION MODE Off* operation.
11.COPY REDUCTION
NOTE: * indicates the factory default setting.
NOTE: Only 1 selection can be
displayed at one time.

45
Ringer Volume Adjustment
The bell ringer volume can be
adjusted using the following 1 Display the RINGER 2 Enter the Desired 3 Select Another
procedure. VOLUME Menu Volume Value SETUP Item, or ...

Press: Enter the desired volume value After completing this Configura-
MENU (1 to 8; 1 for maximum, 7 for tion Setting, you may continue
minimum, 8 for off). to select other volume settings
referring to their associated
+
pages for instructions, or press

STOP
+

+ to exit the Configuration Setting


mode and return to the Standby
Mode.
+
or
Select the desired volume
+ value, using the following keys.

MENU

+ or

When the desired value is dis-


The current setting is displayed played, press:
on the bottom row.

RINGER VOLUME
5.>>> COMPLETED

Displayed for 2 seconds

Returns to display the SETUP


menu screen.

46
Alarm Tone Volume Adjustment
The alarm tone volume can be
adjusted using the following 1 Display the ALARM 2 Enter the Desired 3 Select Another
procedure. VOLUME Menu Volume Value SETUP Item, or ...

Press: Enter the desired volume value After completing this Configura-
MENU (1 to 8; 1 for maximum, 7 for tion Setting, you may continue
minimum, 8 for off). to select other volume settings
referring to their associated
+
pages for instructions, or press

STOP
+

+ to exit the Configuration Setting


mode and return to the Standby
Mode.
+
or
Select the desired volume
+ value, using the following keys.

MENU

+ or

When the desired value is dis-


played, press:
The current setting is displayed
on the bottom row.

ALARM VOLUME
5.>>> COMPLETED

Displayed for 2 seconds

Returns to display the SETUP


menu screen.

47
Key Touch Tone Volume Adjustment
The key touch tone volume can
be adjusted using the following 1 Display the KEY
TOUCH VOLUME 2 Enter the Desired 3 Select Another
procedure. Menu Volume Value SETUP Item, or ...

Press: Enter the desired volume value After completing this Configura-
MENU (1 to 8; 1 for maximum, 7 for tion Setting, you may continue
minimum, 8 for off). to select other volume settings
referring to their associated
+
pages for instructions, or press

STOP
+

+ to exit the Configuration Setting


mode and return to the Standby
Mode.
+ or
Select the desired volume
+ value, using the following keys.

MENU

+ or

When the desired value is dis-


played, press:
The current setting is displayed
on the bottom row.

KEY TOUCH VOLUME


COMPLETED
5.>>>

Displayed for 2 seconds

Returns to display the SETUP


menu screen.

48
Monitor Volume Adjustment
The line monitor volume can be
adjusted using the following 1 Display the MONITOR 2 Enter the Desired 3 Select Another
procedure. VOLUME Menu Volume Value SETUP Item, or ...

Press: Enter the desired volume value After completing this Configura-
MENU (1 to 8; 1 for maximum, 7 for tion Setting, you may continue
minimum, 8 for off). to select other volume settings
referring to their associated
+
pages for instructions, or press

STOP
+

+ to exit the Configuration Setting


mode and return to the Standby
Mode.
+
or

+ Select the desired volume


value, using the following keys.

MENU
+ or

When the desired value is dis-


The current setting is displayed played, press:
on the bottom row.

MONITOR VOLUME
5.>>> COMPLETED

Displayed for 2 seconds

Returns to display the SETUP


menu screen.

49
Power Saver Operation
This function allows you to - No recording paper,
minimize power consumption
- Document Jam, Record-
1 Display the POWER 2 Select the Power 3 Select the Super
by turning power off to portions SAVER Menu Saver Mode Energy Saver Option
ing Paper Jam,
of the machine (as selected).
If the Power Saver function is - Cover Open, Press: Select the desired Power Select the desired Super En-
ON, a warm up period is Saver Mode. ergy Saver Option.
- Toner Cartridge not in- MENU

needed before printing occurs.


stalled,
This facsimile has two Power +
Saver modes, Super Energy - Toner Empty, +
(to select Super Energy (to select Automatic mode)
Saver and Printer Power Saver.
- Process unit not in- Saver mode)
Super Energy Saver turns virtu-
stalled, Process unit life, + ENTER TIME
ally all power off to minimize
SUPER E.S. (1-60) [ 3]
power consumption. Select one - System Error,
of three modes, Automatic, 2.MANUAL
- Memory in use, +
Manual or OFF. 3.OFF Go to Step 4.
Printer Power Saver turns only - Online with PC
the fuser section off during the 1.AUTOMATIC
+
time period selected.
(to select Manual mode)
Go to Step 3.
NOTES: In manual mode, you can acti-
• When the machine is in the vate Super Energy Saver using
POWER SAVER +
Super Energy Saver mode, 01.SUPER E.S. a key on the Operation Panel.
(to select Printer Power
it will exit from the Super Go to Step 7.
02.PRINTER P.S. Saver mode)
Energy Saver mode when
any of the following occurs.
PRINTER P.S.
- The machine receives a 1.ON (to select OFF)
facsimile,
2.OFF
- External telephone hand- Go to Step 7.
set is lifted,
Go to Step 5. NOTE:
- Document is loaded into
the document tray, If you select OFF, pressing
SUPER ENERGY SAVER

SUPER ENERGY SAVER


the does not let you
- is pressed, or
enter the Super Energy
- PC has accessed the Saver Mode.
machine.
• Switching to the Super En-
ergy Saver Mode is not
available in the following
cases.

50
Power Saver Operation - continued

4 Enter the Start Time 5 Select the Printer Power Saver Function 6 Enter the Start Time 7 Select Another
Period and End Time SETUP Item, or ...

Enter the time period (in mi- Enable or Disable the Printer Move the cursor to the desired After completing this Configura-
nutes) for standby operation START/STOP TIME
Power Saver function. position, using the following tion Setting, press
[12:00AM-12:00AM]
prior to entering the Super En- keys.
ergy Saver mode. STOP

(to set Printer Power Saver ON) (Example if the 12-hour format
or
option is selected in DATE &
TIME setting) to exit the Configuration Setting
(to set Printer Power Saver OFF) Enter the time period. mode and return to the Standby
When “OFF” is selected, the Mode.
“COMPLETED” message is
If “ON” is selected, the cur- displayed as shown at the bot-
rently set time period is dis- tom in Step 6. Returns to SET-
played below. The time on the UP menu screen.
left is the Printer Power Saver
ENTER TIME start time (or time that the
(1-60) [ 3] printer unit will power down).
The time on the right is the
Printer Power Saver end time. Change the AM/PM designa-
When the correct time period is
displayed, press: tion if selected by pressing the
following keys.
START/STOP TIME
MENU
[00:00-00:00]
or

(Example if the 24-hour format When the correct time period is


COMPLETED option is selected in DATE & displayed, press:
TIME setting)

Displayed for 2 seconds


Returns to display the SETUP

COMPLETED
menu screen.

Go to Step 7. Displayed for 2 seconds

Returns to display the setup


menu screen.

51
Department Code Setting
Department Code operation is
1 Display the
used to monitor the facsimiles DEPARTMENT CODE 2 Enable/Disable the Department Code 3 Enter the Master
activity when shared between Menu Department Name
multiple users or workgroups.

This feature is especially useful Press: Enable or Disable the Depart- If Department Code has ever Department Code Nbr. 01 is
when billing departments based
MENU ment Code function. been set before, the following fixed as the Master Depart-
on machine usage. screen is displayed. ment Code. Enter the Master
Department Name. See page
+
When Department Code opera- SET DEPT. CODE 36 if you need help selecting
(for YES-Enable)
tion is enabled, access to the 1.RECOVER SETTING characters.
facsimile is restricted to 50 + 2.NEW When the name is correctly
valid department code pass-
words. (for NO-Disable) displayed on the LCD display,
+ press:
Each department code will be To recover previously set De-
assigned a 5-digit department If “YES” is selected, the follow- partment Codes, press:
code password. These pass- + ing Master Code Name Entry
words must be entered each screen is displayed.
time a user wishes to send a MASTER CODE
facsimile, make copy, print a NAME Go to Step 5. [ ]
department journal, etc. SET DEPT. CODE [ ]
To set a new Department code,
2.NO
There are two types of Depart- press:
ment Codes, Master and Indi- 1.YES Go to Step 3.
vidual. The Master Code is
used as a supervisor level code If “NO” is selected, “COM-
PLETED” will be displayed. Go to Step 3.
to add, delete and modify Indi-
vidual Codes.
COMPLETED
The Master Code is also used
to print the Department Code
List and Master Journals that Displayed for 2 seconds
contain all machine activity.

The Individual Codes are used


to gain an access to basic ma- Returns to the Standby mode.
chine functions and operations.
These Department Codes can
be used to print Journals which
only show the activity under
that code.

52
Department Code Setting - continued
Enter the Master Enter the Individual Enter the Individual
4 Department Code 5 Department Code 6 Department Code 7 Enter the Department 8 Select Another
Password Address Name Code Password SETUP Item, or ...

Enter a 5-digit Master Depart- After entering the Master De- Department Codes Nbr. 02 Enter a 5-digit Department If you want to continue entering
ment Code Password using the partment Code password, the through 50 are used as Indi- Code Password using the Dial Department Codes, repeat
Dial Keypad. This password facsimile will prompt for an In- vidual Department Codes. En- Keypad. This password will be Steps 5 through 7.
will be required to gain supervi- dividual Department Code ad- ter the Individual Department required to gain user/depart-
sor access to the machine. dress. Code name using the Dial key- ment access to the machine. After completing this Configura-
Select an Individual Depart- pad. See page 36 if you need tion Setting, you may continue
Important: Record the pass- ment Code address from 02 to help selecting characters. Important: Record this pass- to select other settings refer-
word in a safe location so that 50. When the name is correctly word in a safe location so that ring to their associated pages
if it is lost or forgotten it can be displayed on the LCD display, if it is lost or forgotten it can for instructions, or press:
retrieved. press: be retrieved. STOP

to exit the Configuration Setting


mode and return to the Standby
Mode.

After selecting the Individual


Department Code address,
When the password is correctly press: When the password is cor-
entered, press: rectly entered, press:

DEPT. NUMBER NAME DEPT. CODE COMPLETED


(1-50) [ ] [ ] [ ]

Displayed for 2 seconds

DEPT. NUMBER
(1-50) [ ]

53
Department Code Maintenance
Department Code Maintenance Display the Enter the Master or
is used to cancel or change the 1 DEPARTMENT 2 Enable/Disable the 3 Individual Department 4 Select the Desired
Master or Individual Depart- CODE Menu Department Code Code Address Option
ment Code.

This procedure can only be per- Press: Enable or Disable the Depart- Select a Master or Individual Select the desired option.
formed by a supervisor who
MENU ment Code function. Department Code address from
1 to 50. Press:
possesses the Master Depart-
ment Code Password. Enter + (for YES-Enable)
this password before proceed- To delete the previously dis-
ing. played Department Code and
+ return to the Department Code
(for NO-Disable) Address Entry menu in Step 4
of Department Code Setting.
+ NOTE: Disabling Department
(See page 53.)
Codes will delete all
information related to
+ the Department Codes After selecting the Individual
stored. Department Code address, To change the previously dis-
press: played Department Code and
If “NO” is selected, the “COM- return to Step 5 of Department
SET DEPT. CODE PLETED” message will be dis- Code Setting. (See page 53.)
1.YES played, the facsimile returns to
the Standby mode.
2.NO
DEPT. NUMBER 2 To retain the previously dis-
If “YES” is selected, the follow-
3.RETAIN played Department Code with-
ing Master Code Menu is dis-
played. 1.DELETE out modification and return to
the Department Code Address
2.MODIFY Entry menu in Step 4 of De-
DEPT. NUMBER partment Code Setting. (See
(1-50) [ ] page 53.)

54
Department Code Maintenance - continued

5 Select Another
SETUP Item, or ...

If you wish to continue, repeat


Steps 2 and 3.

After completing this Configu-


ration Setting, you may con-
tinue to select other settings
referring to their associated
pages for instructions, or press

STOP

to exit the Configuration Set-


ting mode and return to the
Standby Mode.

55
Account Codes Setting
This feature provides valuable
Account Code tracking informa- 1 Display the
ACCOUNT CODE 2 Select the Function 3 Select Another
tion for each facsimile trans- Menu SETUP Item, or ...
mission sent from the unit.

When a facsimile is transmit- Press: Enable or Disable Account After completing this Configu-
ted, the account code number
MENU Codes. ration Setting, you may con-
will be recorded on the Trans- tinue to select other settings
mission Journal. referring to their associated
+
pages for instructions, or press
Select ON to enable Account
Code prompting and printing on STOP
+ the Transmission Journal.

+ to exit the Configuration Set-


ting mode and return to the
Or, select OFF to disable Ac- Standby Mode.
+ count Codes from being
prompted and printed on the
Transmission Journal.

ACCOUNT CODE
COMPLETED
2.OFF
1.ON
Displayed for 2 seconds

Returns to display the SETUP


menu screen.

56
Line Monitor Default Setting
This function is used to set the
speaker ON in order to monitor 1 Display the LINE 2 Select the Line 3 Select Another
every transmission. MONITOR Menu Monitor Option SETUP Item, or ...
This function is mainly used to
confirm dialing and phone line Press: To turn ON the monitor After completing this Configu-
status. MENU speaker, press: ration Setting, you may con-
tinue to select other settings
referring to their associated
+
pages for instructions, or press
To turn OFF the monitor
speaker, press: STOP
+

+ to exit the Configuration Set-


ting mode and return to the
Standby Mode.
+

LINE MONITOR COMPLETED


2.OFF
1.ALWAYS
Displayed for 2 seconds

Returns to display the SETUP


menu screen.

57
Receive Interval Setting Operation
This function insures there will
be a period of time set aside 1 Display the
RECEIVE INTERVAL 2 Enter the Receive 3 Select Another
for receiving incoming facsimi- Menu Interval SETUP Item, or ...
les during periods of heavy out
going transmission activity. Af- Press: Enter the interval value (0 to After completing this Configu-
ter every fourth consecutive MENU 14) in minutes. ration Setting, you may con-
transmission, this machine will tinue to select other settings
wait 0 to 14 minutes to allow referring to their associated
incoming facsimiles to be re- +
pages for instructions, or press
ceived (default is 3 minutes).
STOP
+

+ to exit the Configuration Set-


ting mode and return to the
Standby Mode.
+
Then press:

NOTE:
When 0 is set, you cannot
receive documents during
the consecutive transmis-
sion.

INTERVAL TIME COMPLETED


(0-14) [ 3]

Displayed for 2 seconds

Returns to display the SETUP


menu screen.

58
ECM Default Setting
ECM (Error Correction Mode) is
an internationally-recognized 1 Display the SET 2 Select the ECM 3 Select Another
error correction system. It en- ECM Menu Option SETUP Item, or ...
ables error free communica-
tions by automatically re-send- Press: Select the desired ECM option. After completing this Configu-
ing any portion of the document ration Setting, you may con-
affected by phone line noise or MENU To turn ECM to ON, press: tinue to select other settings
distortion. referring to their associated
+ pages for instructions, or press
NOTES: STOP
• Default ECM setting is To turn ECM to OFF, press:
ON. +

• Both the sender and the to exit the Configuration Set-


receiver must have the + ting mode and return to the
ECM feature to perform COMPLETED Standby Mode.
ECM communications.
+
• This setting cannot be Displayed for 2 seconds
changed if a document
is stored in memory. Re-
sidual memory must be
100%. Returns to display the SETUP
ECM
menu screen.
1.ON
2.OFF

59
Sort Copy Setting
When copying documents, the SORT function may be selected.
This function will sort multiple page copies into sets of correct- 1 Display the SORT 2 Select the Desired 3 Select Another
order pages. COPY Menu Option SETUP Item, or ...
This setting establishes the default for the Sort Copy function.
Sort copy may, also, be set manually at the time the copy opera- Press: Select the desired option. After completing this Configu-
tion is performed. ration Setting, you may con-
MENU To set SORT COPY to ON, tinue to select other settings
Output Examples of Printed Copies press: referring to their associated
With SORT Function ON With SORT Function OFF + pages for instructions, or press

STOP
To set SORT COPY to OFF,
+ press:
to exit the Configuration Set-
+ ting mode and return to the
Page 3 Page 1
Page 2 Page 1
Standby Mode.
Page 1 Page 1 COMPLETED
Page 3 Page 2 +
Page 2 Page 2
Page 1 Page 2
Page 3 Page 3 Displayed for 2 seconds
Page 2 Page 3
Page 1 Page 3
SORT COPY
2.OFF
NOTES: NOTES: Returns to display the SETUP
• The pages are automati- • Sorting is the responsibi- 1.ON menu screen.
cally sorted. lity of the operator.
• Requires enough memory • Memory requirements are
for the entire multi-page limited to one page at a
document. If there is not time.
enough memory (memory
overflow), the copying pro-
cedure will be canceled.
• Collation is slower than
non-collation because the
entire document must be
scanned into memory first,
then printing can occur.

60
Setting Redial (Interval and Counter)
If the destination facsimile you
called is busy, your facsimile 1 Display the REDIAL 2 Enter the Redial 3 Enter the Redial 4 Select Another
will automatically redial the MODE Menu Interval Counter SETUP Item, or ...
number up to the number of at-
tempts set by this procedure. Press: Enter the interval value (1 to Enter the redial counter value After completing this Configu-
In addition, your e- 15) in minutes. (0 to 14). ration Setting, you may con-
STUDIO170F will try to redial MENU
tinue to select other settings
every 1 minute by default. If referring to their associated
desired, you may change these pages for instructions, or press
+
redial settings.
STOP

Redial Interval +
The Redial Interval sets the
length of time between redial to exit the Configuration Set-
+ ting mode and return to the
attempts. The default redial in-
terval is 1 minute. You may Standby Mode.
change the interval from 1 to Then press: Then press:
+
15 minutes.

Redial Counter
The Redial Counter sets the The following screen is dis- NOTE:
number of redial attempts. The INTERVAL (MINUTES)
played. When 0 is set, the Auto-
default setting is 5. You may (1-15) [ 1]
matic Redialing does not
change the number of redials function.
from 0 to 14 attempts. REDIAL COUNT
(0-14) [ 5] The following screen is dis-
played.
NOTE:
Whether or not the Redial COMPLETED
Setting can be performed
depends on each country/
region. Displayed for 2 seconds

Returns to display the SETUP


menu screen.

61
Reception Mode Default Setting
The e-STUDIO170F has four TEL/FAX:
reception modes and the re- This mode is used when the 1 Display the Reception 2 Select the Desired Reception Mode
ceiving function differs accor- line is used for both facsimile Mode Menu
ding to the selected mode. and telephone functions.
The facsimile automatically de- Press: Select the desired Reception
• AUTO RECEIVE termines whether an incoming
• FAX/TAD
MENU Mode.
call is for facsimile or tele-
• TEL/FAX phone. When the call is for
• MANUAL RECEIVE telephone, the ringer will ring +
according to the value set for (for AUTO RECEIVE) (for TEL/FAX RECEIVE)
AUTO RECEIVE (FAX): the call time. When the call is
for facsimile, the machine will + If AUTO RECEIVE is selected,
If you use the unit as a fac- the following will be displayed. TEL/FAX RINGS
simile most of the time, you automatically start receiving
(1-15) [ 6]
should select this mode. When the document.
+ RINGS TO ANSWER
the unit receives a call, the unit
MANUAL: (1-10) [ 2]
enters the automatic fax recep-
This mode is used when the Go to Step 5.
tion mode after the selected +
facsimile is connected to a line
ring delay.
that is primarily used as a Go to Step 3.
FAX/TAD (voice) telephone line.
This mode is used together Upon receiving a ring-in signal, (for MANUAL RECEIVE)
pick up the handset to talk with RECEPTION MODE
with a TAD (telephone answer-
the remote party before starting 1.FAX (for FAX/TAD RECEIVE) If MANUAL RECEIVE is se-
ing device/machine).
a facsimile communication. lected, the following will be dis-
This mode allows you to re- 2.FAX/TAD
played for 2 seconds (continue
ceive voice messages and fac-
NOTES: 3.TEL/FAX FAX/TAD TIMER to Step 6).
simile receptions even when no (0-99) [45]
• Manual Reception must
one is present in the office. 4.MANUAL
be initiated by an opera-
Switching between the voice Go to Step 4.
COMPLETED
tor. No facsimile receiv-
message recording and fac-
ing operations will be
simile receiving is performed
possible if no one is
automatically.
present to initiate the re-
ception.
• Only the Reception Mode
can be changed using
AUTO
the key; number of
rings and timer settings
cannot be changed.

62
Reception Mode Default Setting - continued

3 Enter the FAX Ring 4 Enter the FAX 5 Enter the Pseudo 6 Select Another
Delay Monitor Time Ring Delay SETUP Item, or ...

Enter the desired number of Enter the desired Fax Monitor Enter the desired number of After completing this Configu-
rings (1 to 10) before the fac- Time (00 to 99 seconds). Dur- pseudo rings (1 to 15) before ration Setting, you may con-
simile will answer the incoming ing this period, the facsimile switching to facsimile reception tinue to select other settings
call in Auto Receive mode. will monitor for the automatic in TEL/FAX mode. referring to their associated
fax CNG signal. If detected, pages for instructions, or press
the unit will switch to fax re-
ception when set for FAX/TAD STOP

mode.

to exit the Configuration Set-


ting mode and return to the
Standby Mode.

When the desired ring count is When the desired ring count is
displayed on the LCD, press: displayed on the LCD, press:

When the desired Fax monitor


time is displayed on the LCD,
press: COMPLETED
COMPLETED

Displayed for 2 seconds Displayed for 2 seconds


COMPLETED

Returns to display the SETUP Displayed for 2 seconds Returns to display the SETUP
menu screen. menu screen.

Go to Step 6. Go to Step 6.
Returns to display the SETUP
menu screen.

Go to Step 6.

63
Copy Reduction Setting
This function allows automatic
reduction of the recording im- 1 Display the COPY 2 Select the Copy 3 Select Another
age when making copies. The REDUCTION Menu Reduction SETUP Item, or ...
default setting is OFF.
Press: To set Copy Reduction to After completing this Configu-
AUTO, press: ration Setting, you may con-
NOTES: MENU
tinue to select other settings
• If this function is en-
referring to their associated
abled, documents long-
+ pages for instructions, or press
er than the effective
printable area (see page To set Copy Reduction to OFF, STOP
86) will be reduced by press:
95, 90, 86, 83, 80 or +
73% depending on the
document length. to exit the Configuration Set-
+ ting mode and return to the
• If this function is dis- COMPLETED Standby Mode.
abled, documents more
than 10 mm longer than +
the effective printable Displayed for 2 seconds
area will be split onto
two pages. No image
will be discarded.
COPY REDUCTION Returns to display the SETUP
The excess portion of a 2.OFF
menu screen.
document that is less 1.AUTO
than 10 mm longer than
the effective printable
area will be discarded.
Contact your authorized
TOSHIBA service representa-
tive for additional information.

64
BASIC FUNCTIONS - AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE DIALING
Abbreviated Dialer Registration
Once registered, 38 One Touch
and 150 Abbreviated Dial Num- 1 Display the TEL 2 Display the ABB. 3 Enter an ABB. Dial 4 When a Preset ABB.
bers will allow you to send LIST ENTRY Menu NUMBERS Menu Number Dial Number is Active
documents or make telephone
calls to 188 frequently called Press: To select “ABB. NUMBERS,” Enter an Abbreviated Dial Num- If the selected Abbreviated Dial
numbers without manually dial- MENU press: ber from 1 to 999. Number has been previously
ing the entire number. registered, the following infor-
mation will be displayed on the
• Abbreviated Dial Numbers +
LCD display.
This machine can store up
to 150 16-digit facsimile
numbers and associated 20- ALREADY ASSIGNED
character location ID TEL LIST ENTRY ABB. NUMBER ENTRY
names. This information is 1.ABB. NUMBERS (1-999) [ ]
stored into Abbreviated Dial Displayed for 2 seconds
2.ONE TOUCH KEYS
Numbers labeled from 001
to 999. 3.GROUP NUMBERS Make sure the 3-digit number
(001 to 999) appears correctly,
• One Touch Numbers
then press:
See page 71. ABB. NUMBER ENTRY
3.RETAIN
• Alternate Numbers
If one of the primary fac- 1.DELETE
simile numbers is busy, and NOTE: 2.MODIFY
a 2nd facsimile is located at Any leading zero (0) can be
that same remote location, omitted from the Abbrevi-
the 2nd facsimile’s tele- ated Dial Number.
phone number can be pro-
grammed as an Alternate If the ABB. Dial Number you
Number. entered has not been previ-
ously registered, the screen
IMPORTANT: below will be displayed.
The total number of avail-
able locations will vary de- FAX NUMBER (128MAX)
pending upon the amount of [ ]
information stored in each
location. Up to 128 digits
Skip to Step 6.
can be programmed into a
One Touch or Abbreviated If the ABB. Dial Number you
number. entered has been previously
registered, continue to the next
step.

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Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued

5 Change the ABB. Information 6 Enter the Telephone


Number

You can delete, modify, or re- Enter the telephone number


tain Abbreviated Dial Numbers 5a Delete the ABB. Dial 5b Modify the ABB. Dial 5c Retain the Current you want to store (up to 128
registered in this facsimile. Information Information ABB. Dial Information digits).

• DELETE
Deletes the information To delete the contents stored To change the number or Lo- If you do not wish to change
stored in the selected Ab- in the Abbreviated Dial Num- cation ID (remote facsimile the Abbreviated Dial Number
breviated Dial Number. It ber, press: name) currently assigned to an information, press:
will also remove the number existing Abbreviated Dial Num-
from all associated Group ber, press:
Dialing Directories. (to DELETE) (to RETAIN)
• MODIFY
Allows you to change the (to MODIFY) Return to Step 3 to select a dif-
remote facsimile number ABB. NUMBER 001 ferent Abbreviated Dial Number
ARE YOU SURE ? The facsimile number currently STOP
and/or associated Location assigned is displayed on the
ID name. This selection is or press to return to the
bottom row.
recommended if the location Then press: Skip to Step 6. Standby Mode.
is used in Group Dialing Di-
rectories.
FAX NUMBER (128MAX)
• RETAIN [XXXXX ]
Retains the selected Abbre- Return to Step 3.
viated Dial Number informa-
tion without modification.

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Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued

6 Enter the Telephone 7 Enter an Alternate 8 Enter the Location 9 Select Communication Options
Number - continued Number (Optional) ID Name (Advanced Setup)

The telephone number is dis- Alternate Numbers are optional. Enter the Location ID name of This setting will allow you to
played on the bottom row of the If the remote location does not the remote party to be as- specify one or more of the fol- 9a Select the
LCD display as you enter it. have two or more facsimile signed to the current Abbrevi- lowing Communication Options Communication Option
Confirm that the number is cor- units in the same area, you can ated Dial Number. for the Abbreviated Dial Num-
rect. leave this entry blank. (See ber you are registering. To skip the Communication
page 65 for more information.) See page 36 for more informa-
tion on Character Entry. Delayed Communication Options, press:
FAX NUMBER (MAX128) Enter the Alternate Facsimile Default=off
[9583359 ] Number. When the name is displayed Select to program a trans-
correctly on the LCD display, mission start time. Go to next step.
press:
Transmission Report
Then press: To select Communication Op-
Default=off
tions, press:
Enables or disables the
printing of a TX Report.
ALT NUMBER (128 MAX) FAX OPTIONS
[ ] Line Monitor
2.NO When “1.YES” is selected, the
Default=off
1.YES FAX OPTIONS screen ap-
Enables or disables the line
pears. Follow the next steps for
monitor speaker during dial-
each item selection.
Then press: ing.
NOTE:
To skip the Location ID Fax Speed FAX OPTIONS
Default=off 1.DONE
Name, press the or Selects a lower modem
NAME (20 MAX) speed for poor communica- 2.DELAYED COMM.
[ ] STOP
tion links. 3.TX REPORT
to go to the next 4.LINE MONITOR
Sub Address 5.FAX SPEED
NOTE: step. Default=none 6.SUBADDRESS
In case of Polling Recep- Specifies a Sub Address for
tion, Relay Transmission the Abbreviated Dial Num- These items are outside
and Mailbox Transmission, ber being registered. The the LCD frame. To view
the documents are not auto- remote unit must support
them, use the
matically transferred to the Sub-Address capabilities.
Alternate Numbers. scroll key.

67
Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued

9 Select Communication Options (Advanced Setup) - continued

9b Done with Option 9c Delayed Communications 9d Transmission Report 9e Line Monitor Speaker
Setup

If you have completed the de- To designate a specific time at Enter the desired transmission To request a Transmission Re- To enable/disable the
sired Communication Options which operations using this start time in either the 12-hour port automatically after sending facsimile’s Line Monitor
setting for this Abbreviated Dial Abbreviated Dial Number will or 24-hour format depending on documents using this Abbrevi- Speaker when dialing this Ab-
Number, select DONE by be dialed, press: the machine setup. (example: ated Dial Number, select: breviated Dial Number, press:
pressing: 11:30PM in the 12-hour for-
mat).

PRESS ONE TOUCH DELAYED COMM. DELAYED COMM. TX REPORT LINE MONITOR
OR ENTER [HH:MMAM] [11:30PM] ↑↓ 2.OFF 2.OFF
1.ON 1.ON
(12 hour format)
Skip to Step 10.
For the 12 hour format, select To enable a TX Report, press: To enable the monitor speaker,
MENU press:
DELAYED COMM. AM/PM using the or
[HH:MM]
. To disable a TX Report, press:
(24 hour format) To disable the monitor speaker,
Then press: press:

COMPLETED

The display returns to the first COMPLETED


screen in Step 9. Select the After 2 seconds:
next Option.
The display returns to the first After 2 seconds:
screen in Step 9. Select the
next Option. The display returns to the first
screen in Step 9. Select the
next Option.

68
Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued

9 Select Communication Options - continued

9f Fax Speed 9g Sub-Address Communication

To transmit documents using Sub-Address Communications


FAX SPEED 9g-1 Select the Sub- 9g-2 Complete the
this Abbreviated Dial Number allow a variety of specialized
1.FASTEST POSSIBLE Address Options Sub-Address
at a lower speed to compen- facsimile communications.
sate for poor line conditions, Options Setup
2.14400BPS
press: SUB
3.9600BPS
4.4800BPS Sub-Address Transmission If the remote party assigned to To complete Sub Address en-
Allows documents to be routed the Abbreviated Dial Number try or skip this option, press:
These items are outside through remote LAN-Facsimile requires or provides a Sub Ad-
To select the FASTEST POS- devices to specific users’ work-
SIBLE, press: the LCD frame. To view dress to route or retrieve mes-
stations. sages, press:
them, use the
scroll key. Allows documents to be trans- The display returns to the first
mitted to specific Mailboxes in screen in Step 9.
To select 14400BPS, press:
remote facsimiles.
COMPLETED
SEP SUBADDRESS
To select 9600BPS, press: After 2 seconds: Selective Polling 1.DONE
Allows documents to be re-
2.SUBADDRESS SUB
The display returns to the first trieved from specific Mailboxes
3.SUBADDRESS SEP
To select 4800BPS, press: screen in Step 9. Select the in remote facsimiles. 4.SUBADDRESS PWD
next Option.
PWD
Password These items are outside
Allows secure communications the LCD frame. To view
to SUB and from SEP compat- them, use the
ible devices. scroll key.
IMPORTANT:
If you designate an incorrect NOTE:
sub-address, the communica- Only 13 types, "0-9", "*",
tion will result in an error. If you "#" and "-" are available in
designate an unnecessary sub- the Sub-Address. However,
address, the communication "-" cannot be used at the
will result in error. start.

69
Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued

9 Select Communication Options - continued 10 Assign the Abbreviated Dial Number to a One
Touch Key

9g Sub-Address Communication - continued 10a Assign the 10b Use a Preassigned


One Touch Key One Touch Key

9g-3 Select a SUB 9g-4 Select a SEP 9g-5 Select a PWD To assign this Abbreviated Dial If the desired One Touch Key
Number to a One Touch Key, has been previously linked to
Sub-Address Sub-Address Sub-Address press the desired One Touch another Abbreviated Dial Num-
Communication Communication Communication Key (Example: One Touch Key ber or preset with a separate
01). One Touch number, one of the
To enter a SUB type Sub Ad- To enter a SEP type Sub Ad- To enter a PWD type Sub Ad- following screens will be dis-
dress, press: dress, press: dress, press: played.

ALREADY ASSIGNED

COMPLETED
After 2 seconds:

SUB (20MAX) SEP (20MAX) PWD (20MAX) After 2 seconds:


[ ] [ ] ONE TOUCH NBR
[ ]
1.DELETE
Returns to Step 2.
2.RETAIN
STOP
Enter the required number Enter the required number Enter the required number To DELETE the existing link or
Press to exit the Menu
(max. 20 digits), then press: (max. 20 digits), then press: (max. 20 digits), then press: One Touch assignment and re-
Operation mode and return to turn to Step 10a, press:
the Standby Mode.

Returns to Step 9g-1. Returns to Step 9g-1. Returns to Step 9g-1. To RETAIN the existing link or
NOTE: One Touch assignment and re-
If you do not wish to assign turn to Step 10a, press:
it to a One Touch Key,
STOP

press the or
PRESS ONE TOUCH
button. OR ENTER

70
One Touch Dialer Registration
This facsimile provides a total
of 38 One Touch Dial keys. 1 Display the TEL 2 Display the ONE 3 Select a One Touch 4 When a Preset One
LIST ENTRY Menu TOUCH KEYS Menu Location Touch is Active
• Alternate Numbers
If one of the primary fac-
simile numbers is busy, Press: To select “ONE TOUCH Press the desired One Touch If the pressed One Touch key
and a 2nd facsimile is lo-
MENU KEYS”, press: key. has already been registered
cated at that same remote with a telephone number, the
Example: One Touch key 03 following information appears
location, the 2nd facsimile’s +
telephone number can be on the LCD display.
programmed as an Alter-
nate Number.
If the One Touch key has not ALREADY ASSIGNED
NOTE:
TEL LIST ENTRY PRESS ONE TOUCH been previously used and the
In case of Polling Recep- 1.ABB. NUMBERS following menu is displayed,
tion, Relay Transmission After 2 seconds:
2.ONE TOUCH KEYS skip to Step 6.
and Mailbox Transmission,
the documents are not au-
3.GROUP NUMBERS
tomatically transferred to ONE TOUCH NBR
FAX NUMBER (128MAX)
the Alternate Numbers. [ ] 3.RETAIN
1.DELETE

2.MODIFY

NOTE:
When an Abbreviated Num-
ber or a Group Number is
assigned to the One Touch
key, the “MODIFY” option
does not appear on the LCD
display.

71
One Touch Dialer Registration - continued

5 Change One Touch Information 6 Enter the Telephone


Number

You can delete, modify or re- Enter the telephone number


tain the One Touch key once 5a Delete the One Touch 5b Modify the One Touch 5c Retain the One Touch you want to store (up to 128
registered in the facsimile. Assignment Assignment Assignment digits).

• DELETE
Deletes the information To delete the One Touch key To change the number or Loca- To retain the previous One
stored in the selected One assignment, press: tion ID (remote facsimile name) Touch key assignment, press:
Touch key. It will also re- currently assigned to an exist-
move the number from all ing One Touch key press:
associated Group Dialing (to DELETE) (to RETAIN)
Directories.
(to MODIFY) Return to Step 3 to select a dif-
• MODIFY ONE TOUCH NBR 03 ferent One Touch key or press
Allows you to change the ARE YOU SURE ?
remote facsimile number The facsimile number currently STOP

and/or associated Location assigned is displayed on the to return to the


ID name. This selection is Then press: bottom row.
Return to Step 6. Standby Mode.
recommended if the location
is used in Group Dialing Di-
rectories. FAX NUMBER (128MAX)
Return to Step 3. [XXXXX ]
• RETAIN
Retains the selected One
Touch key information with-
out modification.

72
One Touch Dialer Registration - continued

6 Enter the Telephone 7 Enter an Alternate 8 Enter the Location 9 Select Communication Options
Number - continued Number (Optional) ID Name (Advanced Setup)

The telephone number is dis- Alternate Numbers are optional. Enter the Location ID name of This setting will allow you to
played on the bottom row of the If the remote location does not the remote party to be as- specify one or more of the fol- 9a Select the
LCD display as you enter it. have two or more facsimile signed to the current One lowing Communication Options Communication Option
Confirm that the number is cor- units in the same area, you can Touch Dial Number. for the One Touch Number you
rect. leave this entry blank. (See are registering. To skip the Communication
page 71 for more information.) See page 36 for more informa-
tion on Character Entry. Delayed Communication Options, press:
FAX NUMBER (MAX128) Enter the Alternate Facsimile Default=off
[9583359 ] Number. When the name is displayed Select to program a trans-
correctly on the LCD display, mission start time. Go to Step 10.
press:
Transmission Report
Then press: To select Communication Op-
Default=off
tions, press:
Enables or disables the
printing of a TX Report.
ALT NUMBER (128 MAX)
[ ] FAX OPTIONS Line Monitor
When “1.YES” is selected, the
2.NO Default=off
FAX OPTIONS screen ap-
Enables or disables the line
1.YES pears. Follow the next steps for
monitor speaker during dial-
each item selection.
Then press: ing.

NOTE: Fax Speed FAX OPTIONS


To skip the Location ID Default=off 1.DONE
Selects a lower modem
Name, press the or speed for poor communica- 2.DELAYED COMM.
NAME (20 MAX)
tion links. 3.TX REPORT
[ ]
STOP 4.LINE MONITOR
to go to the next Sub Address 5.FAX SPEED
Default=none 6.SUBADDRESS
step. Specifies a Sub Address for
the One Touch Dial Number These items are outside
being registered. The re- the LCD frame. To view
mote unit must support
them, use the
Sub-Address capabilities.
scroll key.

73
One Touch Dialer Registration - continued

9 Select Communication Options (Advanced Setup) - continued

9b Done with Option 9c Delayed Communications 9d Transmission Report 9e Line Monitor Speaker
Setup

If you have completed the de- To designate a specific time at Enter the desired transmission To request a Transmission Re- To enable/disable the facsimi-
sired Communication Options which operations using this start time in either the 12-hour port automatically after sending le’s Line Monitor Speaker when
setting for this One Touch Dial One Touch Dial Number will be or 24-hour format depending on documents using this One dialing this One Touch Dial
Number, select DONE by dialed, press: the machine setup. (example: Touch Dial Number, select: Number, press:
pressing: 11:30PM in the 12-hour for-
mat).

PRESS ONE TOUCH DELAYED COMM. DELAYED COMM. TX REPORT LINE MONITOR
OR ENTER [HH:MMAM] [11:30PM] ↑↓ 2.OFF 2.OFF

(12-hour format) 1.ON 1.ON


Skip to Step 10.
For the 12 hour format, select To enable a TX Report, press: To enable the monitor speaker,
DELAYED COMM. MENU press:
[HH:MM] AM/PM using the or
(24-hour format) . To disable a TX Report, press:
To disable the monitor speaker,
press:
Then press:
COMPLETED

After 2 seconds: COMPLETED


The display returns to the first
screen in Step 9. Select the
next Option. The display returns to the first After 2 seconds:
screen in Step 9. Select the
next Option. The display returns to the first
screen in Step 9. Select the
next Option.

74
One Touch Dialer Registration - continued

9 Select Communication Options - continued

9f Fax Speed 9g Sub-Address Communication

To transmit documents using Sub-Address Communications


FAX SPEED 9g-1 Select the Sub 9g-2 Complete the
this One Touch Dial Number at allow a variety of specialized
a lower speed to compensate
1.FASTEST POSSIBLE
facsimile communications. Address Options Sub-Address
for poor line conditions, press: Options Setup
2.14400BPS
SUB
3.9600BPS
4.4800BPS
Sub-Address Transmission If the remote party assigned to To complete Sub Address en-
Allows documents to be routed the One Touch Dial Number try or skip this option, press:
To select the FASTEST POS- through remote LAN-Facsimile
SIBLE, press: These items are outside requires or provides a Sub Ad-
the LCD frame. To view devices to specific users’ work- dress to route or retrieve mes-
stations. sages, press:
them, use the
scroll key. Allows documents to be trans- The display returns to the first
To select 14400BPS, press:
mitted to specific Mailboxes in screen in Step 9.
remote facsimiles.
COMPLETED
To select 9600BPS, press: SEP SUBADDRESS
Selective Polling 1.DONE
After 2 seconds:
Allows documents to be re-
2.SUBADDRESS SUB
To select 4800BPS, press: The display returns to the first trieved from specific Mailboxes
3.SUBADDRESS SEP
screen in Step 9. Select the in remote facsimiles. 4.SUBADDRESS PWD
next Option.
PWD
Password These items are outside
Allows secure communications the LCD frame. To view
to SUB and from SEP compat- them, use the
ible devices. scroll key.

IMPORTANT:
If you designate an incorrect
sub-address, the communica-
tion will result in an error. If you
designate an unnecessary sub-
address, the communication
will result in error.

75
One Touch Dialer Registration - continued

9 Select Communication Options - continued 10 Select Another


SETUP Item, or ...

After completing this Configura-


9g Sub-Address Communication - continued tion Setting, you may continue
to select other settings refer-
ring to their associated pages
for instructions, or press
9g-3 Select a SUB 9g-4 Select a SEP 9g-5 Select a PWD
Sub-Address Sub-Address Sub-Address STOP

Communication Communication Communication

To enter a SUB type Sub Ad- To enter a SEP type Sub Ad- To enter a PWD type Sub Ad-
to exit the Configuration Setting
dress, press: dress, press: dress, press:
mode and return to the Standby
Mode.

SUB (20MAX) SEP (20MAX) PWD (20MAX)


[ ] [ ] [ ]

Enter the required number Enter the required number Enter the required number
(max. 20 digits), then press: (max. 20 digits), then press: (max. 20 digits), then press:

Returns to Step 9g-1. Returns to Step 9g-1. Returns to Step 9g-1.

76
Group Number Registration
You can send a document to
multiple remote parties in a 1 Display the TEL 2 Display the GROUP 3 Enter a Group Number
single operation. This is re- LIST ENTRY Menu NUMBERS Menu
ferred to as Group Dialing or
Multi-address Transmission. Press: To select “GROUP NUM- Enter a Group Number (1 to If the number entered is al-
It is useful to preset ad-
MENU BERS,” press: 1999). ready registered as a Group
dresses, to which Multi-ad- Number, you will receive an
dress Transmissions are often LCD prompt like the one below.
+
performed, in a group. To make
a Multi-address Transmission ALREADY ASSIGNED
easier, you can assign such a
group to a One Touch key. TEL LIST ENTRY GROUP NUMBER
Displayed for 2 seconds
1.ABB. NUMBERS (1-1999) [ ]
The preset groups can also be
used as groups for Multi-polling 2.ONE TOUCH KEYS
Receptions. Example: 1
3.GROUP NUMBERS
You can register up to 50 GROUP NUMBER
3.RETAIN
Broadcast Groups using any
GROUP NUMBER
combination of Group Numbers 1.DELETE
(1-1999) [ 1]
from 1 to 1999 (no duplications
allowed). You may also assign 2.MODIFY
each group an optional name Then press:
of up to 20 characters. To select “1.DELETE,” go to
Each group can contain any Step 4a.
combination of the 150 Abbre-
viated and/or 38 One Touch To select “2.MODIFY,” go to
NAME (20 MAX) Step 4b.
dial locations and can be as-
[ ]
signed to a One Touch key.
To select “3.RETAIN,” go to
Step 4c.
The display changes to the fol-
lowing for character entry (go to
Step 5).

77
Group Number Registration - continued

4a Cancel
Group
the Existing 4b Modify
Group
the Existing 4c Retain
Group
the Existing 5 Enter the Group 6 Enter a Remote
Name Station

To delete the existing Group, To change the existing Group, To retain the existing Group, Enter the Group Name (with up Enter the addresses of the re-
press: press: press: to 20 characters) associated mote stations to be preset in
with the Group Number. the group.

(to DELETE) (to MODIFY) See page 36 for more informa- If a remote station is assigned
(to RETAIN) tion on Character Entry. to a One Touch key, press the
One Touch key.
Return to Step 3 to select a (When no name is entered in
different Group Dial Number or If a remote station is assigned
GROUP NUMBER 0001 NAME this step, no name will be given
to an Abbreviated Dial Num-
ARE YOU SURE ? [COLORADO GRP]
STOP to the Group Number.)
press to return to the ber, enter the number then
When the name is displayed
Standby Mode. press .
Then press: The current Group Name is dis- correctly on the LCD display,
played. press:
Example:
Go to Step 5. Abbreviated Dial Number
118 (preset as DENVER
Return to Step 3.
OFFICE):
ENTER ABB. NUMBER
OR ONE TOUCH
+

GROUP NUMBER 0001


ABB. NUMBER 118
After 2 seconds:

PRESS OT OR ABB.
OR ENTER

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Group Number Registration - continued

6 Enter a Remote 7a Number


Cancel the Group
Setting
7b Retain the Group
Number Setting
8 Complete Group 9 Assign a One Touch
Station - continued Station Entries Key

Repeat this step until all of the To delete the existing remote To retain this remote station in When all the stations neces- To assign this group to a One
required remote station ad- station from this group, press: this group, press: sary for this group are entered Touch key, press the desired
dresses are entered. Then go in Step 6, press: One Touch key.
to Step 8.
Example: One Touch key 20.
(to DELETE) (to RETAIN)
NOTES:
• When the entered Abbrevi- +
ated Dial Number or One ABB. NUMBER 118 PRESS OT OR ABB. PRESS ONE TOUCH
Touch key has not been ARE YOU SURE ? OR ENTER OR ENTER
preregistered with a fac-
simile number, the display
shows the message “NUM- Press: Return to Step 6. COMPLETED
BER NOT LISTED.” Then
returns to Step 5.
After 2 seconds:
• When the entered Abbrevi-
ated Dial Number or One DELETED GROUP NUMBER
Touch key is already as- (1-1999) [ ]
signed in this group, the
display shows the screens Returns to Step 3.
below. Return to Step 6.

ALREADY ASSIGNED

After 2 seconds:

ALREADY ASSIGNED
2.RETAIN
1.DELETE

Go to Step 7a or Step 7b.

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Group Number Registration - continued

9 Assign a One Touch Key - continued

To skip assigning this group to If the selected One Touch key


a One Touch key, press: is already linked to or regis-
tered with data, the following is
displayed.

COMPLETED ALREADY ASSIGNED

Return to Step 3. Displayed for 2 seconds

STOP

Press to complete the


Group Setting operation and
ONE TOUCH NBR
return to the Standby Mode.
2.RETAIN
1.DELETE

To select “1.DELETE” (to de-


lete the existing link or preset
data of this One Touch key),
press:

Returns to Step 9.

To RETAIN, press:

Returns to Step 9.

80
- TRANSMIT CONFIGURATION
Document Specifications
The following table shows the specifications for original documents that can be NOTES:
used with this facsimile. • Operator assistance may be required for pages longer than 356 mm (14.02
inches).
Single Sheet Multiple Sheets • For multiple sheets, the documents must be the same size and paper type.
• A small border region of each document is not imaged when each document
216 mm (W) x 1000 mm (L) is scanned. The effective scanning area is as shown in the figure below.
Max.
[8.5 in. (W) x 39.37 in. (L)]
Document
Size 216mm (8.5 inches)
148 mm (W) x 100 mm (L)
Min.
[5.83 in. (W) x 3.94 in. (L)] 2.5mm (0.1 inches)

Effective Scanning 214 mm


Width [8.43 in.] Effective
A4/Letter/Legal Size Scanning
Up to 15 sheets Area
Max. Capacity of (Legal Size : 20 lbs)
Document Tray Up to 40 sheets
(A4/Letter Size : 20 lbs) 2.5mm (0.1 inches)

Thickness of 0.06 to 0.15 mm 0.065 to 0.1 mm 214mm (8.43 inches)


Document [0.003 to 0.006 in.] [0.003 to 0.004 in.] Caution:
If the documents are any of the following, they should be copied to plain paper
before transmitting.
Type of Paper Uncoated on both sides
• Torn, wrinkled, or damp pages
• Folded pages or pages with holes
• Transparent pages or pages with a smooth, shiny finish
• Cloth or metal sheets
When using originals with the following specifications, use a carrier sheet to
avoid document jams or misfeeds. When using carrier sheets, only one sheet
can be sent at a time.
• Smaller than minimum size.
• With thickness less than 0.05 mm.
To use a carrier sheet, lift the clear cover, place a single document sheet face-
up on the paper sheet. Purchase carrier sheets from your TOSHIBA facsimile
dealer or use a transparency with a paper backing attached at the lead edge.

81
Document Loading

1 Remove Attached 2 Place Document Pages on the Document 3 Adjust the Settings
Items Support

After the facsimile pulls the


document into the scan posi-
About 45° tion slightly and stops, you
may change the resolution and
contrast settings. (It may also
be changed before or during
the document loading.)
Document Face Side
To cancel a document already
set and pulled in, press:
Up to 40 sheets (A4-size) can Adjust the Document Guides to
STOP
be loaded and sent at a time. fit the width of the document.

Stagger the leading edges of Load the document face down


the sheets slightly and insert on the Document Support. The If your document is extremely
them into the document feeder. first page of your document dark or light, or if it contains
should be at the bottom of the photographs, you may wish to
Document Support. adjust the contrast and resolu-
tion settings. See the following
Gently insert the leading edge
pages.
Remove any staples, paper of the paper into the facsimile
clips, or other items from your as shown. The facsimile waits
document before feeding it into 2 seconds, then pulls the docu-
the facsimile. ment into the scanning area
and stops.

When a Carrier Sheet is used,


documents must be sent one
page at a time (manually fed).

When the document sheet is


longer than the Document Sup-
port, assist it with your hand to
insure proper feeding.

82
Scan Resolution Setting
The scan resolution can be set FINE

to one of the following five U-FINE

HALFTONE

modes based on the type of Press until the required resolution mode is indicated
MODE
image you are scanning. MODE by the appropriate LED.
The scan resolution is normally
● The mode changes as follows: : extinguished
set to the default setting.
: illuminated
When you change the resolu-
tion, the facsimile will return to
the default setting after each Standard Mode (when all the lamps are extinguished)
transaction. To change the de-
fault resolution setting, see
page 85.
Fine Mode

STANDARD
For sending normal text and
graphics.
Ultra-Fine Mode
FINE Each corresponding
lamp is illuminated.
For sending normal text and
graphics with extra clarity.

U-FINE (Ultra-Fine) Fine Halftone Mode


For sending fine text and
graphics with extra clarity.

FINE HALFTONE Ultra-Fine Halftone Mode


For detailed photos or docu-
ments with colors or shad-
ing.
* When Ultra-Fine mode is selected, the e-STUDIO170F will
U-FINE HALFTONE scan all documents at 406 dots/inch horizontal x 391 lines/inch
(Ultra-Fine Halftone) vertical. Depending on the capabilities of the remote facsimile
For very detailed photos or receiving this document, the document may be transmitted by
documents with colors or the e-STUDIO170F at Ultra-Fine resolution (406 dots/inch hori-
shading. zontal x 391 lines/inch vertical) or it may be transmitted at Su-
per Fine (203 dots/inch horizontal x 391 lines/inch vertical).

83
Contrast Setting
The Contrast Setting adjusts DARKER

the print darkness of the docu- LIGHTER

ment to be read. Press until the required contrast level is indicated


CONTRAST

CONTRAST
by the appropriate LED.
The contrast can be set to one
of the following settings. The
facsimile will return to the de- : extinguished
fault setting after each transac- ● The mode changes as follows: : illuminated
tion.
To change the default contrast
setting, see page 85. Normal level (when all the lamps are extinguished)

NORMAL
For standard originals.
Lighter level
DARKER
Each corresponding
To darken light originals lamp is illuminated.
(i.e., for documents with
light or faint print).
Darker level
LIGHTER
To lighten the dark originals
(i.e., for documents with
dark print or shaded areas).

84
Default Setting for Document Mode (Resolution and Contrast)
This setting will select the de-
fault setting whenever a docu- 1 Display
DOCUMENT
the
MODE 2 Select the 3 Select the Contrast 4 Select Another
ment is set in the facsimile for Menu Resolution SETUP Item, or ...
transmission. Manual settings
(if selected for a particular doc- Press: Select the desired resolution Select the default contrast After completing this Configu-
ument) will take precedence setting by pressing one of the level by pressing one of the ration Setting, you may con-
over default settings. MENU
following keys. following keys. tinue to select other settings
referring to their associated
Select STANDARD mode for Select NORMAL for normal pages for instructions, or press
+
sending normal text and graph- documents by pressing:
ics by pressing: STOP

+
Select DARKER to darken light
Select FINE mode for sending originals (i.e., for documents to exit the Configuration Set-
+ normal text and graphics with ting mode and return to the
with light or faint print) by
extra clarity by pressing: pressing: Standby Mode.
+

Select U-FINE (Ultra-Fine) for Select LIGHTER to lighten


sending fine text and graphics dark originals (i.e., for docu-
with extra clarity by pressing: ments with dark print) by
DOCUMENT MODE
pressing:
1.STANDARD
2.FINE

3.U-FINE
CONTRAST COMPLETED
1.NORMAL
2.DARKER Displayed for 2 seconds
3.LIGHTER

Returns to display the SETUP


menu screen.

85
- COPYING
Paper Size for Copying
You can utilize the e-STUDIO170F as a convenient copier to make sorted copies of At the time of copying, the SORT function may be selected. This function will sort
original documents. The following are key points when making copies. multiple page copies into sets of correct-order pages.

Recording Paper Size Output Examples of Printed Copies


The paper sizes usable with your fax unit are limited to A4, Letter or Legal size. The
received document is recorded (printed) within the Effective Recording Area of the With SORT Function ON With SORT Function OFF
paper.

Paper Size A B C D
Effective
A4 : mm 210 202 289 297 Page 3 Page 1
Recording Page 2 Page 1
Area Letter:inches 8.5 8.2 10.7 11.0 Page 1 Page 1
Page 3 Page 2
Legal:inches 8.5 8.2 13.7 14.0 Page 2 Page 2
Page 1 Page 2
Page 3 Page 3
Page 2 Page 3
Page 1 Page 3

NOTE: NOTES: NOTES:


• The pages are automatically • Sorting is the responsibility of
• The following copy resolutions are available: sorted. the operator.
FINE FINE+HALFTONE • Requires enough memory for • Memory requirements are limited
U-FINE U-FINE+HALFTONE the entire multi-page document. to one page at a time.
If there is not enough memory
(memory overflow), the copying
procedure will be canceled.
• Collation is slower than non-col-
lation because the entire docu-
ment must be scanned into
memory first, then printing can
occur.

86
Copying Procedure

1 Load the Document 2 Press the COPY Key 3 Display the SORT 4 Select the SORT 5 Select the Paper
COPY Menu COPY Option Tray

Load the document face down Display the COPY menu by Select the desired Sort Copy Select the desired paper tray.
in the Document Support (see pressing: option.
page 82). COPY
Use the key to move to the To select Paper Tray, press:
To enable a Sort Copy, press:
Adjust the resolution and con- Sort Copy screen.
trast if desired (see pages 83
Enter the number of copies re- Go to Step 8.
and 84).
quired. If no entry is made, the To disable a Sort Copy, press:
number of copies will automati- To select Bypass Tray, press:
cally be set to “1.”

To select Optional Paper Tray


JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% COPIES → SORT COPY PAPER CASSETTE
(if installed), press:
AUTO RECEIVE (1-99) [ 1] 2.OFF 1.TRAY 1
1.ON 2.BYPASS

NOTE: * 3.TRAY 2 COPIES →


To start copying immedi- (1-99) [ 1]
ately, key in the number of * If installed Optional Paper
sheets and then press the Tray. If you select “2.BYPASS,” the
ENTER or START button. following screen is displayed.
Go to Step 6.
The menu returns to the
Standby Mode. PAPER SIZE
2.LETTER
3.LEGAL

1.A4

87
Copying Procedure - continued
Select the Paper
6 Size of the Bypass 7 Select the Thick 8 Enter the Number of
Tray Paper Option Copies

Select the paper size of the Select the thick paper mode. Select the number of copies
Bypass Tray. (max. 99).
To enable the thick paper
To select the A4 size, press: mode, press:

To select the Letter size, To disable the thick paper


press: mode, press:

To select the Legal size, press:


When all settings are complete,
press:
START

THICK PAPER
2.OFF
1.ON
NOTE:
If the Sort option is se-
lected, the document will be
scanned into memory first.

COPYING
COPIES 01/10

NOTE:
When the Recording Paper
runs out during copying and
the copying stops, supply
the Recording Paper to re-
start the copying.

88
- DIALING METHODS
Your TOSHIBA facsimile pro-
vides various dialing methods. One Touch Key Dialing
If you have programmed a re-
One Touch Dialing
Dials remote locations with
mote party’s facsimile number 1 One Touch Key Dialing
to a One Touch key, you can
the touch of a single key.
dial that number by pressing
See page 71 for program-
the corresponding One Touch Select the desired One Touch
ming.
key. key from 01 to 38 (see page 71 ONE TOUCH= 01
L.A. OFFICE
Abbreviated Dialing for programming).
The resolution and contrast
Dials remote locations using Displayed for 2 seconds
settings may be changed if To select the One Touch key
an abbreviated dial number
necessary (see pages 83 and
from 001 to 999. See page 20 to 38, press before
84).
65 for programming. pressing the desired One SCANNING DOC. 100%
Alphabet Dialing Touch key. FILE NBR = 089
Allows a location selection Example: One Touch key 01
using an alphabetic index During scan to memory
search of the Location IDs
programmed into One
Touch and Abbreviated Dial- JAN-31 09:43 AM 99%
One Touch key 20 AUTO RECEIVE
ing Directories.

Keypad Dialing During transmission


+
Accepts unregistered tele-
phone number entry directly NOTES:
from the operation panel. • If a One Touch key is
not programmed, the
The One Touch key number message “NUMBER
See other dialing related func- and the name of the party ap- NOT LISTED” is dis-
tions on the following pages: pear on the LCD display for played for 2 seconds, an
about 2 seconds. alarm buzzer sounds
Multi-Key Dialing page 109 and the display returns
Your facsimile will automati-
Chain Dialing page 141 to the previous status
cally start scanning the docu-
screen.
Redialing page 100 ment into memory (if enabled).
While scanning, the facsimile
Handset & pages 98 ONE TOUCH= 01
dials, connects, and starts NUMBER NOT LISTED
Monitor Dialing and 99
transmission.
Setting Redial page 61
• When an incorrect One
Interval & Counter
Touch key has been se-
STOP

lected, press im-


mediately to cancel the
transmission.

89
Abbreviated Dialing
Once an Abbreviated Dial Num-
ber is programmed with a valid 1 Press the SPEED 2 Enter the 3 Press the START Key Tray
remote facsimile location, that DIAL Key Abbreviated Number
location can be accessed by
recalling the corresponding Ab- Press: Enter the Abbreviated Dial When the correct number is
breviated Dial Number. SPEED DIAL Number (1 to 999) assigned to displayed, press:
JAN-31 09:43 AM 99%
AUTO RECEIVE
The document must be loaded ALPHA
the desired party. START

and the resolution and contrast During transmission


+
set before a transmission using
Abbreviated Dialing (see pages
83 and 84). The Abbreviated Dial Number NOTE:
and the name of the party will When the number entered
appear on the LCD display for (within the range of 1
ABB. NUMBER about 2 seconds. through 999) is not prepro-
(1-999) [ ] grammed with a specific
Your facsimile will automatical-
party’s facsimile or tele-
ly start scanning the document
phone number, the mes-
NOTES: into memory (if enabled). While
sage “NUMBER NOT LIST-
• When an incorrect num- scanning, the facsimile dials,
ED” is displayed for 2 sec-
connects, and starts transmis-
onds and then the facsimile
sion.
returns to the screen in
ber is entered, use
Step 1.
to delete preceding dig- ABB. NBR= 10 ABB. NBR= 10
STOP LONDON OFFICE NUMBER NOT LISTED
its, or press once
Displayed for 2 seconds Displayed for 2 seconds
to start over from the be-
ginning.
• Any leading zero (0) can SCANNING DOC. 100%
be omitted from the Ab- FILE NBR = 091
breviated Dial Number.
During scan to memory

Example of Abbreviated Dial


Number, 10:

ABB. NUMBER
(1-999) [ 10]

90
Alphabet Dialing
“Alphabet Dialing” is used to
dial the desired party by 1 Press the SPEED 2 Display the Name of
the Desired Remote 3 Press the START
searching for the name of the DIAL Key Party Key
registered Location ID name in
the Abbreviated Dial, One Press: Press the key on the dial key- Once the desired name is dis-
Touch Dial and Group Dial List. SPEED DIAL pad which corresponds to the played, press:
name. START
The document must be loaded ALPHA

and the resolution and contrast Example:


+
set before a transmission using
Alphabet Dialing (see pages 83 To find the location named
and 84). “LONDON OFFICE”: The One Touch key or Abbrevi-
ated Dial Number and the name
SEARCH LETTER = 1 Press 3 times to display of the party appear on the LCD
the screen for names beginning display for about 2 seconds.
with “L.” Your facsimile will automati-
cally start scanning the docu-
ment into memory (if enabled).
SEARCH LETTER = L While scanning, the facsimile
L.A. OFFICE dials, connects, and starts
transmission.
Use the following keys to dis-
play the desired location (“LON-
DON OFFICE” in this ex- ABB. NBR= 002
ample). LONDON OFFICE

MENU Displayed for 2 seconds


or

SEARCH LETTER = L SCANNING DOC. 100%


LONDON OFFICE FILE NBR = 091

During scan to memory

NOTE:
JAN-31 09:43 AM 99%
AUTO RECEIVE
Press the or to move
During transmission
to the next initial letter.

91
Keypad Dialing
If you have not preset the tele-
phone number of the destina- 1 Enter the Facsimile 2 Press the START
tion facsimile to an Abbrevi- Number Key
ated Dial Number or One
Touch key, you can dial your Enter the facsimile number of When the correct number is
destination by entering the the desired party. displayed, press:
number from the Dial Keypad.
START

The document must be loaded


and the resolution and contrast
set before a transmission using
Keypad Dialing. (See pages 83 Your facsimile will automati-
and 84.) cally start scanning the docu-
ment into memory (if enabled).
While scanning, the facsimile
will dials, connects, and starts
transmission.
NOTE:
When an incorrect number
SCANNING DOC. 100%
FILE NBR = 093
is entered, use to delete
During scan to memory
preceding digits, or press
STOP

once to start over JAN-31 09:43 AM 99%


AUTO RECEIVE
from the beginning.
During transmission
Example with 012345678 en-
tered:

TEL NUMBER=(MAX128)
012345678

92
- TRANSMITTING
Memory Transmission
A Memory Transmission first scans and stores the document into memory prior to File Number and Residual Memory
a transmission to a remote facsimile(s).
• FILE NUMBERS
Memory Transmission is automatically initiated with any of the following dialing The facsimile assigns a File Number to each transmission or polling-recep-
methods. tion job for internal control of reserved communications.
This File Number is very useful, should it become necessary to cancel a
• One Touch Dialing (See page 89) memory operation. It is also useful when tracking communication activities
• Abbreviated Dialing (See page 90) using the transmission and reception journals (see page 186).
• Alphabet Dialing (See page 91)
• Keypad Dialing (See page 92) File Number Display Example:

You may reserve a transmission even when other Memory Communications are un-
der way. SCANNING DOC. 100%
File No. FILE NBR = 123
Once scanning a document is started, the facsimile will dial, connect and start
transmission to the remote location. In the event the Memory becomes full,
Memory Release will hold originals in the ADF until the pages already stored into • RESIDUAL MEMORY
memory are successfully transmitted. As each page is successfully transmitted, The amount of memory remaining for memory transmission usage is called
the Memory for subsequent pages will be released and the next page is scanned. Residual Memory and is displayed as a percentage value.

If a connection is not established during the scanning procedure, Memory Release Residual Memory Display Example:
will be disabled (see NOTES).

To bypass Memory Transmission, see page 96 on Direct Document Transmission.


JAN-31 09:43 AM 70% Residual Memory
AUTO RECEIVE

NOTES:
1. If there is not enough Residual Memory or the
Job queue it at full capacity, a Memory Full JAN-31 09:43 AM 0%
MEMORY OVERFLOW
status may occur. If this occurs during scan-
ning a document for transmission, the fac-
simile displays MEMORY OVERFLOW.
STOP

2. If this message is displayed, press to cancel the Memory Transmis-


sion. The Memory Overflow message will be reset and the document will be
ejected.
3. Wait until memory becomes available (i.e., after some reserved jobs are
completed), and retry the job later or use a Direct Document Transmission
(see page 95).
4. A maximum of 100 transmissions can be reserved for Memory Transmis-
sions (including Polling Reception reservations and mailboxes). Any trans-
mission attempted thereafter will result in a direct transmission from the
ADF.

93
Memory Transmission - continued
Memory Transmission Procedure

1 Load the Document 2 Dial the Facsimile 3 Start Scanning 4 Return to the
Number Standby Mode

Load the document face down Dial the facsimile number of The facsimile starts scanning When the document scanning
in the Document Support (see the remote party using any of and storing the document into is complete, the facsimile re-
page 83). the four dialing methods. memory. turns to the Standby Mode.

Adjust the resolution and con- • One Touch Key Dialing A File Number is assigned.
JAN-31 09:43 AM 99%
trast if desired (see pages 83 ... See page 89
Residual Memory will decrease AUTO RECEIVE
and 84). • Abbreviated Dialing
as the document is scanned.
... See page 90
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%
AUTO RECEIVE • Alphabet Dialing STOP

... See page 91 • Press to cancel the


• Keypad Dialing transmission operation.
... See page 92
SCANNING DOC. 100%
STOP FILE NBR = 108
• Press if a dialing er-
ror occurs.

Example of screen displayed


while a number is entered by
Keypad Dialing:

TEL NUMBER =(MAX128)


0559761234

94
Direct Transmission
Direct Transmission is used if
there is not enough residual Direct Transmission as a Default Setting
memory or when a large num-
ber of document pages are to
be sent, etc.

This mode is also useful if the 1 Load the Document 2 Dial the Facsimile 3 Start Dialing 4 Line Connection to
Number the Remote Party
operator wishes to visually
confirm the actual transmission
of the document to the remote This procedure will discuss Di- Dial the facsimile number of Once the facsimile number is Once connected to the desti-
party. rect Transmission when se- the remote party using any of entered, the dialing starts. nation facsimile, the screen
lected as the default setting or the four dialing methods. below is displayed.
The documents will remain in when Residual Memory has
the ADF and be transmitted been depleted. • One Touch Key Dialing DIALING COMMUNICATING
one by one. ... See page 89 0559761234 +81 559 761234
Load the document face down • Abbreviated Dialing
All transmissions will be sent in the Document Support (see ... See page 90
via Direct Transmission if the page 82). If the destination facsimile is
Memory Transmission function • Alphabet Dialing busy, the screen below is dis-
is set default off (See page Adjust the resolution and con- ... See page 91 played.
142). trast if desired (see pages 83 • Keypad Dialing
and 84). ... See page 92
WAITING TO REDIAL
STOP
AUTO RECEIVE
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%
• Press if a dialing er-
AUTO RECEIVE
ror occurs. If the redial procedure is com-
pleted without a success, the
Example of screen displayed screen below is displayed and
Example of screen displayed
when Residual Memory has printed the Transmission Re-
while a number is entered us-
been depleted: port.
ing Keypad Dialing:

JAN-31 09:43 AM 0% TEL NUMBER =(MAX128) JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%


AUTO RECEIVE 0559761234 PRINTING LIST

After printing

JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%


LINE BUSY

95
Direct Transmission - continued
Direct Transmission as a Default Setting - continued

5 Document 6 Complete the


Transmission Transmission

The transmission starts as the When the communication is


document is scanned, the complete, BUSY lamp turns
screen below is displayed. off and the facsimile returns to
the Standby Mode.

TRANSMIT P001 JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%


+81 559 761234 AUTO RECEIVE

96
Direct Transmission - continued
Temporary Direct Transmission

Even if the Memory Transmis-


sion Mode is selected as the 1 Load the Document 2 Change the 3 Select YES 4 Dial the Facsimile
default, you may desire to Transmission Mode Number
transmit a specific document
directly from the Automatic Load the document face down Select the desired function key Select “1. YES” by pressing: Dial the facsimile number of
Document Feeder. in the Document Support (see on the operation panel. the remote party using any of
This is useful when the docu- page 82). the four dialing methods.
Press:
ment consists of many pages Adjust the resolution and con- DIRECT SEND
• One Touch Key Dialing
or when the residual memory is trast if desired (see pages 83 ... See page 89
too small to store the docu- and 84).
ment data. • Abbreviated Dialing
... See page 90
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% DIRECT TX JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% • Alphabet Dialing
AUTO RECEIVE 1.YES ENTER TEL NUMBER ... See page 91
2.NO • Keypad Dialing
... See page 92

97
Direct Transmission - continued
On-hook Transmission (Monitor Speaker Dialing)

You can send your documents


with On-hook Dialing using the 1 Load the Document 2 Press the MONITOR 3 Dial the Facsimile 4 Press the START
monitor speaker to confirm the Key Number Key
answering tone from the re-
mote party’s facsimile. Load the document face down Press: Dial the facsimile number of When you hear the answering
in the Document Support (see MONITOR
the remote party using any of START
page 82). the four dialing methods.
tone, press .
Adjust the resolution and con- The facsimile is connected to • One Touch Key Dialing
trast if desired (see pages 83 the telephone line and the dial ... See page 89
tone is heard through the Upon hearing the facsimile
and 84). tone, press:
speaker. • Abbreviated Dialing
... See page 90 START

• Alphabet Dialing
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% TEL NUMBER=(MAX128) ... See page 91
AUTO RECEIVE [ ]
• Keypad Dialing When the transmission is com-
... See page 92 pleted, the facsimile returns to
the Standby Mode.
NOTE:
If an incorrect number is JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%
STOP AUTO RECEIVE
dialed, press and
follow the instruction dis-
played on the LCD display
to start the operation over.

Example of screen displayed


while a number is entered us-
ing Keypad Dialing:

TEL NUMBER=(MAX128)
[0559761234 ]

98
Direct Transmission - continued
External Off-hook Transmission (Transmission Using an External Telephone)

This procedure may be useful


when you want to talk with a 1 Load the Document 2 Pick Up the Handset of 3 Dial on the External 4 Press The START
remote party before sending a the External Telephone Telephone Key
document. A telephone set
must be connected to the Load the document face down Pick up the handset of the Ex- Dial the facsimile number of When you hear the answering
“TEL” connector. (This tele- in the Document Support (see ternal Telephone connected to the remote party using the START
phone set is called the “Exter- page 82). the “TEL” connector of the fac- keypad of the External Tele-
nal Telephone” in this manual.) tone, press on the
simile. phone.
Adjust the resolution and con-
trast if desired (see pages 83 The External Telephone is con- The entered number is immedi- facsimile. If the remote party
and 84). nected to the telephone line via ately dialed. The number is answers the phone, you can
the facsimile, and the dial tone not displayed on the facsimi- inform the remote party that
is heard through the speaker of le’s LCD display. you wish to send a document.
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% the External Telephone.
AUTO RECEIVE NOTE: Upon hearing the facsimile
The display on the facsimile When the External Tele- tone, press:
START
shows “EXTERNAL OFF phone is in the off-hook
HOOK” on the LCD display. status (i.e. while “EXTER-
NAL OFF HOOK” is dis-
EXTERNAL OFF HOOK played), the Dial Keypad on
the facsimile does not ac- Then replace the handset of
cept any key entry. the External Telephone.

When the transmission is com-


pleted, the facsimile returns to
the Standby Mode.

JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%


AUTO RECEIVE

99
Redialing
Automatic Redialing Manual Redialing Direct Transmission

When the line of the remote This function enables you to


party is busy, the facsimile will redial the number last dialed 1 Press the MONITOR 2 Press the REDIAL 3 Redial the Remote
automatically redial the remote using this facsimile to transmit Key Key Party
party up to the set number of a document.
times with intervals of the set To enter the On-hook Dialing Press: When you hear the answering
length (see page 61). WARNING: (Monitor Speaker Dialing) REDIAL
START
STOP
If the line is not connected af- mode, press:
If you press , the PAUSE tone, press . If the
ter the set number of redialing MONITOR

attempts, the facsimile will facsimile will clear the fac- The last number dialed is dis- remote party answers the
record a LINE BUSY. simile number registered played. The display varies de- phone, pick up the handset.
and lose the manual redial pending on the dialing method Inform the remote party that
Confirm the facsimile number capability. TEL NUMBER=(MAX128) used. you wish to send a document.
of the remote party and repeat [ ]
the transmission procedure. The displayed number is im- Upon hearing the facsimile
NOTE: mediately redialed. tone, press:
This feature will not func-
START
tion with numbers dialed
TEL NUMBER=(MAX128)
using an external tele- [0559761234 ]
phone.
When the transmission is com-
If no number is registered as a pleted, the facsimile returns to
redial number, the screen be- the Standby Mode.
low is displayed for 2 seconds,
then returns to Step 1.

TEL NUMBER=(MAX128) JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%


NUMBER NOT LISTED AUTO RECEIVE

100
Redialing - continued
Manual Redialing Jobs in Memory

This function enables you to


transmit a document after se- 1 Press the REDIAL 2 Select the Job to be Redialed 3 Start Redialing
lecting it from the jobs reserved Key
in memory waiting to be
redialed. Press: Wait 5 seconds or press any When the desired job is dis-
FILE NBR = 121
REDIAL key on the Operation Panel ex- played, press:
L.A. OFFICE
STOP
NOTE: PAUSE

If you are using Department cept to display the


MENU
Codes, the initiating Depart- REDIAL screen on the right.
ment Code must match for [ENTER]:START The facsimile starts to dial the
this operation to work. Screen Index:
number for a transmission.
FILE NBR = 123
• If there are no jobs to be 1st line ... File Number SEATTLE FACTORY
redialed, the screen below JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%
2nd line ... Destination of
is displayed for 2 seconds, AUTO RECEIVE
redialing MENU

then the facsimile returns to


the Standby Mode.
Locate the screen of the de-
sired job using the following FILE NBR = 124
REDIAL
NUMBER NOT LISTED scroll keys. L.A. OFFICE

MENU

(for the previous screen)

(for the next screen)

101
- RECEIVING
Automatic Reception Mode FAX/TAD Switching Mode
“AUTO RECEIVE” is the ability of the facsimile to receive docu- This mode is used together with a TAD (telephone answering device/machine).
ments sent to your facsimile automatically.
This mode allows you to receive voice messages and facsimile receptions even when no one is
The facsimile starts to receive a document after a pre-selected present in the office.
number of rings. You can change the ringer count (see page 62).
Switching between the voice message recording and facsimile receiving is performed automatically.

NOTE:
(1) Caller in Automatic
A ring delay can be selected should you wish to speak to the Detects the facsimile signal
Facsimile Transmission
calling party before receiving a facsimile. Mode
If you do not pick up the handset within the selected delay pe- Answering TAD Tone TAD records the
riod, the facsimile will automatically answer the call and at- Message (Beep) voice message. Facsimile
(2) Caller in Attempting a TAD
tempt to receive a document. Silence Detection Automatic
Phone Call Reception
Recording is Mode
(3) Caller in Manual completed.
Facsimile Transmission Caller starts sending Silence Detection
Mode the document

FAX Monitor Time* Max. 99


seconds (Refer to 63.)

FAX Monitor Time: When the voice message recording is completed earlier than the FAX Monitor Time, the
line will be switched to the facsimile side. However, if the voice message recording
exceeds the time value, the line will not be switched to the facsimile side.

(1) Caller in Automatic Facsimile Transmission Mode


When the facsimile signal is detected during or after the TAD Answering Message switching is
automatically made for Facsimile Reception mode.
(2) Caller Attempting a Phone Call
After the TAD Answering Message and the TAD Beep Tone, the TAD will record the message
from the caller.
(3) Caller in Manual Facsimile Transmission Mode (may first leave a voice message if within the
FAX Monitor Time)
When the caller starts a facsimile transmission during the Answering Message or after the TAD
Beep Tone, switching is made for Facsimile Reception mode.

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TEL/FAX Auto Switching Mode Manual Receiving Mode
This mode is used when the line is used for both facsimile and telephone. “MANUAL RECEIVE” allows you to use the facsimile as a tele-
phone (talking function) first and then start a document reception
The facsimile automatically determines whether an incoming call is for facsimile or telephone. When by pressing:
the call is for telephone, the ringer will ring according to the value set for the call time. When the call START
is for facsimile, the machine will automatically start receiving the document.

If the other party is sending a document, the facsimile automatically receives the document. If the
other party is making a phone call, the facsimile goes on to generate a pseudo-rings.
1. When the facsimile rings, pick up the handset and talk with
the remote party.
(1) Caller in Automatic
Facsimile Transmission Detects the facsimile signal 2. If you hear the facsimile tone through the handset instead of
Facsimile
Mode Automatic an operator’s voice, you may manually initiate a facsimile re-
Reception ception by pressing:
(3) Caller in Manual Pseudo ringer Mode
No-sound status START
Facsimile Transmission 1 to 15 times (Refer to 63)
Mode (About 5 seconds)

(2) Caller in Attempting a


Phone Call Answer by the connected telephone. If 3. Replace the handset to the cradle. The facsimile will start re-
you pick up the the connected
telephone, you must press the STOP ceiving the document.
key on the facsimile.
Automatic receiving

Note:
A telephone fee on the caller’s side will be charged to
the caller during the Pseudo Ringer period. Inform the
calling patry of this fact.Also note that the Pseudo-
ringer is not generated on a telephone connected in
parallel.

(1) Caller in Automatic Facsimile Transmission Mode


Detects the facsimile signal and the facsimile will engage Auto Reception mode.
(2) Caller in Manual Facsimile Transmission Mode
If you pick up the handset of the external telephone during the Pseudo Ringer period, you can
START

talk with the caller, then press to start receiving a document. When the Pseudo Ringer

period ends (because no one answers), the facsimile is automatically switched to Facsimile Re-
ception mode. In this mode, the remote party can manually send a document as well.
(3) Caller Attempting a Phone Call
You can talk with the caller if you pick up the handset of the external telephone during the
STOP

Pseudo Ringer period. When using a connected external telephone, you must press to
talk with the caller.

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Selecting the Reception Mode Recording Paper Size
The Automatic Reception If Auto Receive mode is se- This facsimile can use A4, Letter and Legal size paper. The received document is recorded (printed)
Mode (AUTO RECEIVE) is nor- lected, press: within the Effective Recording Area of the paper.
mally selected. You can
change the reception mode by
pressing the
AUTO
key. Paper Size A B C D
Effective
If FAX/TAD mode is selected, A4 : mm 210 202 289 297
Recording
Refer to Reception Mode se- press: Letter:inches 8.5 8.2 10.7 11.0
Area
lection on page 62.
Legal:inches 8.5 8.2 13.7 14.0
Press:
AUTO
If TEL/FAX mode is selected,
press:

RECEPTION MODE
1.FAX
NOTES:
2.FAX/TAD If Manual Receive mode is se- • If the received document is equal to or shorter than the recording area of the paper, the re-
lected, press: ceived document is printed at its actual size.
3.TEL/FAX
• If the received document is larger than the recording area of the paper, it will be vertically and
4.MANUAL horizontally reduced to fit on the recording paper installed. The reception will be divided onto
two sheets if the document needs to be reduced to smaller than 73%* of its original size.
*Reduction standard ratio for every paper

Document
Recording
Paper

• If you desire to receive large originals without reduction or excessive paper usage, set the
“DISCARD” function to “ON.” If the lower part of the original exceeds the recording paper by 13
mm or less, the image will be automatically discarded. This predetermined dimension is a ser-
vice function setting. Contact your Toshiba dealer for setup.
• If the “RX REDUCTION” function is “OFF”, the larger original will be recorded on two or more
sheets. The top of the second page will repeat about 5 mm of the lower part of the first page.

104
- COMMUNICATION STATUS
Current Job Status Communication Journal
The job being processed can A Communication Journal (or
be monitored via the LCD. You 1 Press the JOB 2 Continue or Cancel 3 Select YES or NO Transmission Journal and Re-
can cancel the job if neces- STATUS Key the Job ception Journal separately) can
sary. be issued to confirm the last
In the Standby Mode, press: With the phone line status in Press one of the following 40 transmissions and 40 recep-
NOTES: Step 1 displayed, you can ei- keys. tions.
• When no communication JOB STATUS
ther continue or cancel the job.
job is being processed, To cancel the job, press: With the Standby Mode screen
To continue, wait for the fac- displayed, select the function
only the number of re- simile to return to the Standby
served jobs is displayed The following screen shows an key on the operation panel.
STOP
as below. example of the Job Status dis- Mode or press .
To continue without cancelling Press:
play when the phone line is in
PENDING JOBS= x use for 10 seconds (BUSY the job, press: JOURNAL

JOB CANCEL TO CANCEL lamp blinking):


To cancel and erase the dis-
played job, press: A communication journal is is-
• When no jobs are re- TRANSMIT P005
+81 425 85 3002 JOB CANCEL
sued automatically when 40
served or being pro- transmissions or receptions are
cessed, the screen be- completed if programmed.
low is displayed for 2 While the screen above is dis- (See page 178)
seconds. JOB STATUS CANCEL?
played, pressing will dis- 1.YES
play the Pending Job for 10 2.NO
NO ENTRY seconds.

PENDING JOBS= x
JOB CANCEL TO CANCEL

105
- CANCELLING A COMMUNICATION JOB
Cancelling a Direct Transmission Cancelling a Job Reservation
Reserved jobs can be can-
1 A Document is 2 Press the STOP Key 3 Select the Desired celled while they remain in 1 Display the JOB
Being Transmitted Option memory. The following 5 types CANCEL Menu
of jobs can be cancelled using
A screen such as the one be- Press: Select the desired option. this procedure. In the Standby Mode, press:
low is displayed while a docu- STOP
ment is being transmitted in To cancel the transmission, JOB CANCEL

press: 1. TRANSMIT
the Direct Transmission Mode. 2. RECEIVE
3. POLLING
4. POLLING RESERVE
TRANSMIT P001 CANCEL ? JOB CANCEL
5. JOB NUMBER
+81 425 86 7449 1.+81425867449 After the document exits, the 1.TRANSMIT
2.NO menu returns to the Standby
2.RECEIVE
Mode.
3.POLLING
To continue the transmission, 4.POLLING RESERVE
press: 5.JOB NUMBER

NOTE:
The types of jobs displayed
within the Job Cancel
screen will vary depending
upon the actual job types
currently in use.
If a job type is not currently
active, it will not appear on
the LCD screen.

106
Cancelling a Job Reservation - continued

2 Select the Job Type 3 Enter JOB NUMBER 4 Cancel Other Jobs 5 Press the ENTER to
Cancel the Job

Select the desired job type. Enter the job number you want When the desired job screen is
[SET]:CANCEL
to cancel. displayed, press:
[↑ ↓]:SEARCH

Display the status of the de-


MENU

sired job by using A screen like the one below is


displayed.
and/or .
CANCEL ?
Go to Step 5. 1.YES
The operation and screen to
follow varies for each item 2.NO
number selected. JOB NUMBER ?
Previous Job in the List
[ ]
If you selected 2.RECEIVE, go
To confirm deletion, press:
to Step 3. MENU

Go to Step 5.
If you selected 5.JOB NUM-
BER, go to Step 3.
FILE NBR = 123 JOB CANCELLED
If you selected:

1. TRANSMIT MENU return to Standby Mode.


3. POLLING
4. POLLING RESERVE To not cancel the selection,
Go to Step 4. press:
Next Job in the List

107
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS - MULTI-ADDRESS TRANSMISSION (BROADCASTING)
Group Broadcast Transmission
The Group Broadcast Trans-
mission feature allows you to 1 Load the Document 2 Select the Group 3 Enter the Group 4 Press the START
send a document to multiple Location Number Key
remote parties in a single oper-
ation. Load the document face down Press the One Touch Key pro- Enter the Multi-address Trans- When the correct Group Num-
Note that a Group Broadcast in the Document Support (see grammed for the desired group. mission Group Number (1 to ber is displayed, press:
Transmission requires all pag- page 82). 1999).
START
es to be scanned to memory Adjust the resolution and con-
prior to dialing, and thus ade- trast if desired (see pages 83 EXAMPLE:
quate residual memory is re- and 84). To enter the Group Number
quired. ONE TOUCH = 05 0001, press:
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% COLORADO GRP GROUP NBR = 0001
NOTES: AUTO RECEIVE After 2 seconds: COLORADO GRP
• Up to 50 groups can be (Leading zeros, if any, may
assigned. SCANNING DOC. 100% be omitted.)
• To confirm the Group FILE NBR = xxx SCANNING DOC. 100%
Number Registration, When document scan- NOTES: FILE NBR = xxx
see the Group Number ning is completed: • When an incorrect num-
When document scan-
List. (See page 199.)
Standby Mode screen ning is completed:
ber is entered, use
Standby Mode screen
Or, display the Group Dial Di- to delete the preceding
rectory by pressing: STOP

digits, or press
SPEED DIAL

ALPHA
once to start over from
+ the beginning.
• Any leading zero (0) can
be omitted from the Ab-
breviated Dial Number.
GROUP NBR =
(1-1999) [ ]
GROUP NBR =
(1-1999) [ 1]

108
Multi-Key Quick Broadcast Transmission
The Multi-Key Quick Broadcast
Transmission allows docu- 1 Load the Document 2 Press the MULTI 3 Enter the Facsimile Number
ments to be sent to a combina- Key
tion of the following numbers
without pre-programming a Load the document face down Press: Enter the facsimile number of Repeat this step until the fac-
group. in the Document Support (see the remote party using any of simile numbers of all the de-
page 82). MULTI the four dialing methods. sired remote parties are en-
• One Touch Dial Keys
(See page 89) tered.
Adjust the resolution and con-
CHARGE
CODE • One Touch Key Dialing
When the facsimile numbers of
trast if desired (see pages 83 ... See page 89
• Abbreviated Dial Numbers all the desired remote parties
(See page 90) and 84). • Abbreviated Dialing are entered, go to Step 5.
... See page 90
• Alphabet Dialed Numbers • Alphabet Dialing To cancel or retain a facsimile
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% MULTI GROUP
(See page 91) ... See page 91 number already programmed to
AUTO RECEIVE ENTER TEL NUMBER
• Keypad Dialed Numbers • Keypad Dialing a Manual Group Dial, go to
(See page 92) ... See page 92 Step 4.

NOTE: A screen like the one below is


Up to 288 destinations can displayed.
be assigned in total using
the Keypad Dialed Num- ABB NBR= 154
bers, One Touch Dial keys INFORMATION BUREAU
and Alphabet Dialed Num-
bers. However, up to 100 After 2 seconds:
destinations can be as-
signed using only the Key- ENTER MORE OR
pad Dialed Numbers. PRESS [START]

NOTE:
If you select the same entry
twice, you are prompted to
delete or retain that second
entry.

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Multi-Key Quick Broadcast Transmission - continued

4 Select the CANCEL or RETAIN Facsimile Number 5 Press the START


Key

You can cancel or retain the Press:


Manual Group Dial Number reg- 4a Cancel the Existing 4b Retain the Existing
START
istered in this facsimile. Number Number
Press the One Touch Key or
Abbreviated Dial Number you To cancel the existing number, To retain the existing number,
want to delete, and press: press: press:
SCANNING DOC. 100%
FILE NBR= XXX
(to CANCEL) (to RETAIN) When document
scanning is completed:

Standby Mode screen


ALREADY ASSIGNED ABB NBR= 154 ENTER MORE OR
1.CANCEL ARE YOU SURE ? PRESS [START]
2.RETAIN
Then press: Return to Step 3.

To select “1.CANCEL,” go to
Step 4a.

To select “2.RETAIN,” go to
ABB NBR= 154
Step 4b.
CANCELLED

NOTE:
You cannot cancel the num- Return to Step 3.
ber entered from the Dial
Keypad.

110
- RELAY TRANSMISSION
Relay Transmission, Relay-Relay Transmission Overview
What is a “Relay Transmission”? To perform Relay Transmissions or Relay-Relay Transmissions, you must build a
network beforehand.
A relay transmission is used to send documents from your facsimile (origina-
tor) to a Hub Station, which then sends them to additional end stations. If you Consult your authorized TOSHIBA dealer for assistance in using this function.
have several stations in one or more regional areas (e.g. Los Angeles Metro,
New York City, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Seattle-Tacoma, etc.); you can save time
and phone charges by setting up a relay system. By sending your document Conditions for a Relay/Relay-Relay Transmission Network
to a Hub Station, you can then instruct the Hub Station to retransmit the docu- 1. The originator station must be an ITU-T relay communication compatible fac-
ment to the end stations in their local geographical area. simile unit such as TOSHIBA DP120F/e-STUDIO170F.
2. The Hub Station must be an ITU-T relay communication compatible facsimile
End Station Group unit with Hub Station functions such as DP120F.
stations to finally receive
the document) NOTE: The e-STUDIO170F can only function as an originator station.
Originator Hub
Station Station
3. The Relay Hub Station must have the end station settings pre-programmed
End Station as a Relay Box.
4. Due to advanced planning and setup requirements for the Relay-Relay trans-
missions involving two or more Hub Station transfers, contact your autho-
rized TOSHIBA dealer for detailed instructions.

What is a “Relay-Relay Transmission”?


A Relay Transmission where two levels of Hub Stations are involved is called
a Relay-Relay Transmission. In a Relay-Relay Transmission, the first Hub
Station sends the document to another Hub Station(s) which then transmits
them to additional end stations.

End Station Group


stations to finally receive
the document)
Second Hub
Station
End Station
Originator Hub
Station Station
End Station
Second Hub
Station
End Station

111
Relay Transmission Originating Procedure
This section describes the pro-
cedures to send a document to 1 Load the Document 2 Display the MAILBOX 3 Select the RELAY 4 Enter the Box
Relay Box in a relay station. Menu REQUEST Number
The relay station must be com-
pliant with ITU-T F-code com- Load the document face down Press: Press: Enter the Box Number (max.
munications. For more informa- in the Document Support (see MENU 20 digits).
tion, see page 111. page 82).
+
Adjust the resolution and con- +
NOTE: trast if desired (see pages 83
The destination relay box and 84).
must be setup in the remote +
hub unit prior to sending
documents.

JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% ITU MAILBOX BOX NUMBER


AUTO RECEIVE 01.CONFIDENTIAL [ ]
Then press:
02.BULLETIN BOARD

03.RELAY REQUEST

04.SETUP & DELETE


SETUP PASSWORD
2.NO
1.YES

112
Relay Transmission Originating Procedure - continued

5 Select the Password 6 Enter the Password 7 Dial the Remote Hub 8 Complete the
Option Unit Procedure

If the relay station is a pass- Enter the password to access Enter the facsimile number of The facsimile starts scanning
word is programmed, press: the Relay Box. the remote hub unit using any the document into memory.
of the following dialing meth- The following screen is dis-
ods. played for about 2 seconds be-
fore returning to the Standby
Go to Step 6. • One Touch Key Dialing Mode.
... See page 89
If the relay station is not a • Abbreviated Dialing
password is programmed, ... See page 90 SCANNING DOC. 100%
• Alphabet Dialing FILE NBR= 231
press:
... See page 91
• Keypad Dialing
Then press: ... See page 92
Go to Step 7.

SEND(RELAY) TEL NUMBER=(MAX128)


ENTER FAX NUMBER [123 ]

113
- POLLING & MAILBOX COMMUNICATIONS
The e-STUDIO170F features
advanced Polling and Mailbox Polling & Mailbox Overview
functions designed to provide
remote document retrieval ca- Polling Reservation Polling Reception
pabilities. In addition, the e-
STUDIO170F is a “Hub” type
unit where documents can be
stored and polled by other fac- Polling Reservation allows documents to be stored in the e- Polling Reception is the ability to call up another facsimile and re-
similes (with polling capabilities STUDIO170F so that other facsimile machines can remotely re- motely retrieve a document stored within the remote facsimile.
to retrieve documents from the trieve (Poll) those documents. The following types of polling reser- The following types of polling receptions are available.
e-STUDIO170F). vations are available.
Simple Polling
Simple The e-STUDIO170F can call any other facsimile with polling
Documents can be reserved for a one time polling operation reservation capabilities to remotely retrieve a document. See
using the facsimile’s memory so that any facsimile with polling page 121.
reception capabilities can remotely retrieve the document. See
Secure Polling
page 116.
The e-STUDIO170F can call another TOSHIBA facsimile with
Security
security polling reservation capabilities to remotely retrieve a
Documents can be reserved for a one time polling operation
document using a 4-digit security code. See page 121.
that requires a 4-digit security code to be entered prior to send-
ing the document. Security reservation is only available when Multi Address Polling
communicating with other TOSHIBA facsimiles. See page 116. Multi Address Polling allows the e-STUDIO170F to sequen-
tially poll multiple remote facsimiles using a group of facsimile
Multi Mailbox
numbers stored as a group directory or as a MULTI key opera-
Documents can be reserved for multiple polling operations us-
tion. See page 123.
ing the facsimile’s memory so that any facsimile with polling
capabilities can remotely retrieve the document. See page
119.

114
Polling & Mailbox Overview - Continued
Open Mailbox (ITU-T Compatible)

The Open Mailbox is a new international standard for mailbox communications. Open Mailbox (ITU-T
F-code communications) allows storage and retrieval of documents via mailboxes that comply with
this standard. The e-STUDIO170F is a hub unit that has document storage capabilities so that ITU-T
F-Code compliant remote units can retrieve documents from the e-STUDIO170F. Prior to utilizing
Open Mailbox, mailboxes must be created in the e-STUDIO170F. Following two types of Mailboxes
are available.

Confidential Box
Confidential box allows a one time document retrieval from the mailbox. Once a document is re-
trieved, it is cleared. If a new document is stored using the same box number where another
document is already present, it is added to the existing one. It is possible to setup a password
requirement for accessing the Confidential Box for document retrieval to prevent unauthorized re-
trieval of documents. This password is used only when retrieving documents and not used during
document reservation.
Bulletin Board Box
Bulletin Board box allows multiple document retrievals from the mailbox. If a new document is
stored using the same Box number where another document is already present, it replaces the
existing one. It is possible to setup a password requirement for accessing the Bulletin Board Box
for document reservation during setup. This password is used only when reserving documents
from a remote facsimile or the local hub and not used during document retrieval.
1. To setup an Open Mailbox, see page 125.
2. To delete an Open Mailbox, see page 127.
3. To reserve a document to a remote hub, see page 129.
4. To reserve a document to a local e-STUDIO170F, see page 131.
5. To retrieve (Poll) a document from a remote hub, see page 133.
6. To retrieve (Print) a document from a local e-STUDIO170F, see page 135.
7. To delete a document from an Open Mailbox, see page 137.

115
Simple & Security Polling Reservation
This procedure allows the e-
STUDIO170F to send a docu- 1 Load the Document 2 Display the 3 Select POLLING 4 Select POLL ONCE
ment to another remote facsim- POLLING Menu RESERVE BOX
ile when requested. In addition,
documents can be protected Load the document face down Press: Select “02.POLLING RE- Select “1.POLL ONCE BOX”
from unauthorized remote fac- in the Document Support (see MENU SERVE” by pressing: by pressing:
similes by using security page 82).
codes. Two types of security
codes are offered. Adjust the resolution and con- +
trast if desired (see pages 83 +
4-Digit Security Code and 84).
When the 4-digit security code +
is selected as the check code,
the document can only be re-
ceived by TOSHIBA facsimiles
with the matching security JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% POLLING POLLING RESERVE SECURITY FAX NUMBER
code. AUTO RECEIVE 01.POLLING 1.POLL ONCE BOX 1.NO

Facsimile Number 02.POLLING RESERVE 2.MULTI POLL BOX 2.SECURITY CODE


If a facsimile number is se- 3.FAX NUMBER
lected as the check code, the
remote facsimile’s Transmit 4.SECURITY FAX NBR
Terminal Identification (TTI) is
checked prior to document
transmission. This type of se-
curity code can be used with
facsimiles made by other
manufacturers.

This TTI must be properly pro-


grammed into the remote fac-
simile for this procedure to
function.

NOTES:
• Only one Simple Polling
reservation can be set at
one time.
• Simple Polling reserva-
tion is not available if a
document is reserved in
the Multi Mailbox.

116
Simple & Security Polling Reservation - continued

5 Select the Security 6a Select


CODE
SECURITY 6b Select
NUMBER
FAX 6c Select
FAX NBR
SECURITY 7 Complete the
Option Procedure

Use the Dial Keypad to select Select “2.SECURITY CODE” by Select “3.FAX NUMBER” by Select “4.SECURITY FAX NBR” The facsimile starts scanning
one of the following options or pressing: pressing: by pressing: the document.
MENU

use / to scroll
SCANNING DOC. 100%
up/down the menu and press FILE NBR = 140

. SECURITY CODE SECURE FAX SECURITY CODE


[ ] [ ] [ ] When the document scanning
is complete, the display returns
1. NO to the Standby Mode.
Enter a 4-digit Security Code Enter the number of the polling Enter a 4-digit Security Code
Select this option if you do (0000 to 9999) using the Dial (remote) facsimile using the (0000 to 9999) using the Dial
not want to use security. Keypad. NOTE:
Keypad. Each digit of the en- Dial Keypad (max. 20 digits).
Go to Step 7. In the Direct Transmission
tered code is displayed as an
mode, a document is not
2. SECURITY CODE asterisk. SECURE FAX SECURITY CODE stored in the memory. It will
Select this option to use a [123456789 ] [****] await a polling request in
4-digit Security Code with SECURITY CODE the Automatic Document
TOSHIBA facsimiles only. [****] Then press: Then press: Feeder.
Go to Step 6a.
3. FAX NUMBER Then press:
Select this option to use the
polling (remote) facsimile’s Go to Step 7.
telephone number as the SECURE FAX
NOTE: [ ]
security code. Go to Step Go to Step 7. This number must be pro-
6b.
grammed in the terminal ID Enter the number of the polling-
4. SECURITY FAX NBR NOTE:
of the remote facsimile. If receiver’s facsimile (max. 20
Select this option to use You must provide this 4-
no number or an unmatched digits).
both a 4-digit security code digit number to the remote
number is in the terminal ID,
and a facsimile number. Go party in advance or they will
a polling error will occur. SECURE FAX
to Step 6c. not be able to retrieve this
document. If no code or an [123456789 ]
incorrect code is used, a
polling error will occur. When the number is displayed

correctly, press:
Go to Step 7.

117
Simple & Security Polling Reservation - continued

7 Complete the
Procedure - continued

NOTE:
If a Simple Polling operation
is already reserved, the fol-
lowing screen is displayed.

ALREADY ASSIGNED
1.DELETE
2.ADD +

3.RETAIN

You may select one of the fol-


lowing three options.

1. DELETE
Select this option to replace
the previous reservation.
2. ADD +
Select this option to add
this document to the exist-
ing reservation.
3. RETAIN
Select this option to retain
the existing reservation.

118
Multi Mailbox Polling Reservation
Multi Mailbox is a feature used
to store a document in memory 1 Load the Document 2 Display the
POLLING RESERVE 3 Select POLLING 4 Select MULTI POLL
so that multiple remote parties Menu RESERVE BOX
may poll to receive it at any
time. No Security Codes are Load the document face down Press: Select “02.POLLING RESERVE” Select “2.MULTI POLL BOX”
used with this feature. The in the Document Support (see MENU by pressing: by pressing:
document is retained in memo- page 82).
ry regardless of how many
times it is polled. Adjust the resolution and con- +
trast if desired (see pages 83 +
NOTES: and 84).
• Only one Multi Mailbox +
polling reservation can
be set at one time.
• When a Simple Polling
reservation is reserved, JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% POLLING POLLING RESERVE
AUTO RECEIVE 01.POLLING 1.POLL ONCE BOX
Multi Mailbox reservation
is not available. 02.POLLING RESERVE 2.MULTI POLL BOX
• Even in the Direct Trans-
mission mode, a docu-
ment is scanned and
stored in the memory.

119
Multi Mailbox Polling Reservation - continued

5 Complete the
Procedure

The facsimile starts scanning


the document.

SCANNING DOC. 100%


FILE NBR = 140

When the document scanning


is complete, the display returns
to the Standby Mode.

NOTE:
If a Multi Mailbox operation
is already reserved, the fol-
lowing screen is displayed.

ALREADY ASSIGNED
1.DELETE
2.ADD +

3.RETAIN

You may select one of the fol-


lowing three options.

1. DELETE
Select this option to replace
the previous reservation.
2. ADD +
Select this option to add
this document to the exist-
ing reservation.
3. RETAIN
Select this option to retain
the existing reservation.

120
Simple & Secure Polling
Use this procedure to retrieve a
document from a remote fac- 1 Display the 2 Select POLLING 3 Dial the Remote 4 Select the Security
simile. POLLING Menu Facsimile Code Option
If the remote facsimile is a
TOSHIBA facsimile and a 4- Press: Select “01.POLLING” by press- Dial the number of the remote Select the security code op-
digit security code is pro-
MENU ing: facsimile (in which the docu- tion.
grammed to the document to ment you want to retrieve is
located) using any of the follow- If the remote facsimile is a
be polled, you must enter the + TOSHIBA facsimile and a 4-
correct 4-digit security code in ing dialing methods.
+ digit security code is pro-
order to retrieve the document. • One Touch Key Dialing grammed to the document to
+
... See page 89 be polled, select “1. YES” by
• Abbreviated Dialing pressing:
... See page 90
• Alphabet Dialing
POLLING POLLING ... See page 91 Go to Step 5.
01.POLLING ENTER TEL NUMBER
• Keypad Dialing
02.POLLING RESERVE ... See page 92
If the remote facsimile is not a
TOSHIBA facsimile or a Secu-
rity Code is not in use, select
Press:
“2. NO” by pressing:

Go to Step 6.
SECURITY CODE ?
1.YES
2.NO

121
Simple & Secure Polling - continued

5 Enter the Security 6 Complete the


Code Procedure

Enter the 4-digit security code The facsimile will dial the re-
for the document to be re- mote facsimile to retrieve the
trieved. document. When the operation
is complete, the following
screen is displayed for about 2
seconds and your documents
will be printed.

SECURITY CODE= OPERATION COMPLETED


[****] FILE NBR = 167

When the 4-digit security code


is entered, press:

Go to Step 6.

122
Multi-Address Polling
In a Multi Polling operation, the
documents are retrieved from 1 Display the 2 Select POLLING 3 Press the MULTI 4 Enter the Number of
multiple remote facsimiles us- POLLING Menu Key Remote Facsimiles
ing pre-programmed groups,
One Touch Keys, Abbreviated Press: Select “01.POLLING” by press- Press: Enter the number of the re-
Dial Numbers, Alphabet Dial, or MENU ing: mote facsimiles using any
from the Dial Keypad. MULTI
combination of the following
dialing methods.
NOTE: + CHARGE
+ CODE

The result of Multi-Polling


can be confirmed with the • One Touch Key Dialing
Multi-Polling Report. (See + ... See page 89
page 191.) • Abbreviated Dialing
... See page 90

POLLING MULTI POLLING


• Alphabet Dialing
POLLING
01.POLLING ENTER TEL NUMBER ENTER TEL NUMBER ... See page 91

02.POLLING RESERVE • Keypad Dialing


... See page 92
• Group Dialing
... See page 108
After each entry, the selected
facsimile is displayed for 2
seconds.

ABB. NUMBER= 009


GREENSVILLE PLANT

Repeat this procedure until all


remote facsimiles are entered.

ENTER MORE OR
PRESS [START]

123
Multi-Address Polling - continued

5 Select the Security 6 Enter the Security 7 Complete the


Code Option Code Procedure

When all the remote facsimile Enter the 4-digit security code The facsimile will dial the re-
locations have been entered in for the document to be re- mote facsimiles to retrieve the
Step 4, press: trieved. documents. When the opera-
tion is complete, the following
screen is displayed for about 2
seconds and your documents
will be printed.
SECURITY CODE ?
1.YES
OPERATION COMPLETED
2.NO FILE NBR = 167

If all of the remote facsimiles


are TOSHIBA facsimiles and
SECURITY CODE=
the same 4-digit security code
[****]
is programmed for all of the
documents to be polled, select
“1. YES” by pressing: When the 4-digit security code
is entered, press:

Go to Step 6.

If all or some the remote fac-


similes are not a TOSHIBA
facsimile or no Security Codes
are being used, select “2. NO”
by pressing:

Go to Step 7.

124
- MAILBOX (ITU-T Compatible)
This section describes the pro-
cedures to setup a Mailbox in Setting Up a Mailbox
the e-STUDIO170F hub unit.
Using this function, all ITU-T F-
code compliant facsimiles can
1 Display the MAILBOX 2 Select SETUP & 3 Select MAILBOX 4 Select the Mailbox
Menu DELETE SETUP Type
reserve, transmit, or retrieve
documents to and from the e-
STUDIO170F. Mailboxes must Press: Select “04.SETUP & DELETE” Select “1.MAILBOX SETUP” Select the desired type of Mail-
be setup prior to utilizing the e- MENU by pressing: by pressing: box.
STUDIO170F as a Mailbox
Hub. A maximum of 50 ITU-T To select Confidential Box,
+ press:
F-code mailboxes may be es-
tablished in this unit. For more +
information, see page 115. Two +
Types of Mailboxes are avail-
able.
To select Bulletin Board Box,
• Confidential Box press:
Confidential box allows a
one time document retrieval
from the mailbox. Once a
document is retrieved, it is ITU MAILBOX SETUP & DELETE MAILBOX TYPE BOX NUMBER
cleared. A document retriev- 01.CONFIDENTIAL 1.MAILBOX SETUP 1.CONFIDENTIAL [ ]
al password for accessing 02.BULLETIN BOARD 2.MAILBOX DELETE 2.BULLETIN BOARD
the Confidential Box must
be added during setup. 03.RELAY REQUEST 3.DONE
It is important to note that a
password is required to re- 04.SETUP & DELETE
trieve a document from a
Confidential mailbox. The
party retrieving the contents
of this mailbox must use the
correct password.
• Bulletin Board Box
Bulletin Board box allows
multiple document retrievals
from the mailbox. Document
reservation to this box re-
quires a password so that
only users with the correct
password can reserve docu-
ments.
The password is not re-
quired to retrieve docu-
ments from the Bulletin
Board Box.

125
Setting Up a Mailbox - continued

5 Enter the Box 6 Select the Password 7 Enter the Password 8 Select Another
Number Option SETUP Item, or ...

Enter the Mailbox number Select whether or not to use Enter the password (max. 20 After completing this Configu-
(max. 20 digits). the password option for this digits). ration Setting, you may con-
mailbox. tinue to select other settings
referring to their associated
To set the password option for pages for instructions, or press
this mailbox, press:
STOP

Go to Step 7. to exit the Configuration Set-


ting mode and return to the
If you do not wish to set the
Then press: Standby Mode.
password option with this mail-
box, press:
PASSWORD
[***** ]
Go to Step 8.
SETUP PASSWORD
1.YES Then press:
2.NO NOTES:
• If you selected the Confi-
dential Box in Step 4, a
NOTE: password must be used if
Up to 50 Confidential and the document is to be re- COMPLETED
Bulletin Board mailboxes trieved. The remote fac-
can be created. simile will require its opera-
tor to enter this password Displayed for 2 seconds
before being able to retrieve
the document.
• If you selected the Bulletin Return to Step 3.
Board Box in Step 4, as-
signing a password will re-
quire a password to be en-
tered before any documents
can be reserved into the
Bulletin Board Box.

126
Deleting a Mailbox
This section describes the pro-
cedures to delete an existing 1 Display the MAILBOX 2 Select SETUP & 3 Select MAILBOX 4 Enter the Box
Mailbox in a e-STUDIO170F Menu DELETE DELETE Number
hub unit.
Press: Select “04.SETUP & DELETE” Select “2.MAILBOX DELETE” Enter the Box number (max.
NOTE:
MENU by pressing: by pressing: 20 digits) of the Mailbox you
If a document exists in the
Mailbox you want to delete, want to delete.
this operation is not allowed +
until the document is re- +
trieved, printed, or cancelled
from the Mailbox. +

ITU MAILBOX SETUP & DELETE BOX NUMBER


01.CONFIDENTIAL 1.MAILBOX SETUP [ ]
Then press:
02.BULLETIN BOARD 2.MAILBOX DELETE

03.RELAY REQUEST 3.DONE

04.SETUP & DELETE


If the entered Box number
does not have a password pro-
grammed, go to Step 6.

If the entered Box number has


a password programmed, the
screen below is displayed.

Go to Step 5.

PASSWORD
[ ]

127
Deleting a Mailbox - continued

5 Enter the Password 6 Select Another


SETUP Item, or ...

Enter the Password (max. 20). After completing this Configu-


ration Setting, you may con-
tinue to select other settings
referring to their associated
pages for instructions, or press

STOP

to exit the Configuration Set-


ting mode and return to the
PASSWORD Standby Mode.
[***** ]

Then press:

DELETED

Displayed for 2 seconds

Return to Step 2.

NOTE:
Make sure that the correct
password is entered. Other-
wise, the machine will in-
form you that the password
is incorrect.

128
Sending a Document to a Mailbox (Remote Hub)
This section describes the pro-
cedures to send a document to 1 Load the Document 2 Display the MAILBOX 3 Select the Mailbox Type
a remote hub unit’s Confiden- Menu
tial Box, or reserve a document
to a Bulletin Board Box in a re- Load the document face down Press: Select the desired type of Mail- To reserve the document to a
mote hub unit. The remote hub in the Document Support (see MENU box. Bulletin Board Box, press:
unit must be compliant with page 82).
ITU-T F-code communications. To send the document to a
For more information, see page Adjust the resolution and con- + Confidential Box, press: +
115. trast if desired (see pages 83
and 84).
+
NOTE: +
The destination mailbox
number must be setup in
the remote hub unit prior to
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% ITU MAILBOX CONFIDENTIAL BULLETIN BOARD
sending document.
AUTO RECEIVE 01.CONFIDENTIAL 1.PRINT MAILBOX 1.PRINT MAILBOX
02.BULLETIN BOARD 2.SEND TO MAILBOX 2.SEND TO MAILBOX

03.RELAY REQUEST 3.POLL FROM MAILBOX 3.POLL FROM MAILBOX

04.SETUP & DELETE 4.STORE TO MAILBOX 4.STORE TO MAILBOX

5.DELETE CONTENTS 5.DELETE CONTENTS

129
Sending a Document to a Mailbox (Remote Hub) - continued

4 Select SEND TO 5 Enter the Box 6 Enter the Password 7 Dial the Remote Hub 8 Complete the
MAILBOX Number for Reservation Unit Procedure

Select “2. SEND TO MAIL- Enter the Box Number (max. Enter the password to access Enter the facsimile number of The facsimile starts scanning
BOX” by pressing: 20 digits). the Bulletin Board Box. the remote hub unit using any the document into memory.
of the following dialing meth- The following screen is dis-
ods. played for about 2 seconds be-
fore returning to the Standby
• One Touch Key Dialing Mode.
... See page 89
BOX NUMBER • Abbreviated Dialing SCANNING DOC. 100%
[ ] ... See page 90 FILE NBR = 231
• Alphabet Dialing
... See page 91
Then press: Then press: • Keypad Dialing NOTE:
... See page 92 If a document is not set, the
following screen will be dis-
played. The menu will return
Then press: to the Standby Mode in
If you are sending to a Confi-
dential Box, go to Step 7. about 60 seconds if no
SEND(BULLETIN BOARD) documents are set.
ENTER FAX NUMBER

SEND(CONFIDENTIAL) TEL NUMBER=(MAX128)


ENTER FAX NUMBER [123 ] LOAD DOCUMENT

If you are sending to a Bulletin


Board, go to Step 6.

PASSWORD
[ ]

130
Reserving a Document to a Mailbox (Local Hub)
This section describes the pro-
cedure to reserve a document 1 Load the Document 2 Display the MAILBOX 3 Select the Mailbox Type
to the e-STUDIO170F’s Confi- Menu
dential Box or Bulletin Board
Box. Load the document face down Press: Select the desired type of Mail- To reserve the document to a
in the Document Support (see MENU box. Bulletin Board Box, press:
NOTES: page 82).
• Before a document can To reserve the document to a
be reserved to a mail- Adjust the resolution and con- + Confidential Box, press:
box; that mailbox must trast if desired (see pages 83 +
first be setup. See page and 84).
+
125.
+
• While a mailbox you
want to reserve a docu-
ment is being used, this
operation is not allowed.
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% ITU MAILBOX CONFIDENTIAL BULLETIN BOARD
• When a document is al- AUTO RECEIVE 01.CONFIDENTIAL 1.PRINT MAILBOX 1.PRINT MAILBOX
ready resident in the
Confidential Box, the 02.BULLETIN BOARD 2.SEND TO MAILBOX 2.SEND TO MAILBOX
second document re- 03.RELAY REQUEST 3.POLL FROM MAILBOX 3.POLL FROM MAILBOX
served in the box is
added to the original. In 04.SETUP & DELETE 4.STORE TO MAILBOX 4.STORE TO MAILBOX
the case of the Bulletin
5.DELETE CONTENTS 5.DELETE CONTENTS
Board, the second docu-
ment overwrites the
original.

131
Reserving a Document to a Mailbox (Local Hub) - continued

4 Select STORE TO 5 Enter the Box 6 Enter the Password 7 Complete the
MAILBOX Number for Reservation Procedure

Select “4.STORE TO MAIL- Enter the Box Number (max. Enter the password to access The facsimile starts scanning
BOX” by pressing: 20 digits). the Bulletin Board Box. the document into memory.
The following screen is dis-
played for about 2 seconds be-
fore returning to the Standby
Mode.
BOX NUMBER
[ ] SCANNING DOC. 100%
FILE NBR = 231

Then press: NOTE:


PASSWORD
If a document is not set, the
[**** ]
following screen will be dis-
played. The menu will return
If you are reserving to a Confi- to the Standby Mode in
Then press:
dential Box, go to Step 7. about 60 seconds if no
documents are set.
If you are reserving to a Bulle-
tin Board Box, go to Step 6.

LOAD DOCUMENT
PASSWORD
[ ]

132
Retrieving (Polling) a Document from a Mailbox (Remote Hub)
This section describes the pro-
cedure to retrieve a document 1 Display the 2 Select the Mailbox Type 3 Select POLL FROM
from a Confidential Box or Bul- MAILBOX Menu MAILBOX
letin Board Box in a remote
hub unit. Press: Select the desired type of Mail- To retrieve a document in a Select “3.POLL FROM MAIL-
MENU box. Bulletin Board Box, press: BOX” by pressing:

To retrieve a document in a
+ Confidential Box, press:
+
+
+

ITU MAILBOX CONFIDENTIAL BULLETIN BOARD BOX NUMBER


01.CONFIDENTIAL 1.PRINT MAILBOX 1.PRINT MAILBOX [ ]
02.BULLETIN BOARD 2.SEND TO MAILBOX 2.SEND TO MAILBOX
03.RELAY REQUEST 3.POLL FROM MAILBOX 3.POLL FROM MAILBOX

04.SETUP & DELETE 4.STORE TO MAILBOX 4.STORE TO MAILBOX


5.DELETE CONTENTS 5.DELETE CONTENTS

133
Retrieving a Document from a Mailbox (Remote Hub) - continued

4 Enter the Box 5 Enter the Password 6 Dial the Remote Hub 7 Complete the
Number Unit Procedure

Enter the Box Number (max. Enter the password to access Enter the facsimile number of The facsimile starts dialing the
20 digits). the Confidential Box. the remote hub unit using any remote hub unit to retrieve the
of the following dialing meth- document. The following screen
ods. is displayed for about 2 sec-
onds before returning to the
• One Touch Key Dialing Standby Mode.
... See page 90
• Abbreviated Dialing
OPERATION COMPLETED
... See page 91 FILE NBR = 234
• Alphabet Dialing
... See page 92
Then press: Then press: • Keypad Dialing
... See page 93 NOTE:
If a document is not set, the
following screen will be dis-
TEL NUMBER=(MAX128) played. The menu will return
If you are retrieving from a [123 ] to the Standby Mode in
Confidential Box, go to Step 5.
POLL(CONFIDENTIAL) about 60 seconds if no
ENTER FAX NUMBER Then press: documents are set.

PASSWORD
[ ]
LOAD DOCUMENT

If you are retrieving from a Bul-


letin Board Box, go to Step 6.

POLL(BULLETIN BOARD)
ENTER FAX NUMBER

134
Printing a Document from a Mailbox (Local Hub)
This section describes the pro-
cedure to retrieve a document 1 Display the 2 Select the Mailbox Type 3 Select PRINT
from a local e-STUDIO170F’s MAILBOX Menu MAILBOX
Confidential Box or Bulletin
Board Box. For more informa- Press: Select the desired type of Mail- To print the contents of a Bul- Select “1.PRINT MAILBOX” by
tion, see page 125. MENU box. letin Board Box, press: pressing:

To print the contents of a Con-


+ fidential Box, press:
+
+
+

ITU MAILBOX CONFIDENTIAL BULLETIN BOARD BOX NUMBER


01.CONFIDENTIAL 1.PRINT MAILBOX 1.PRINT MAILBOX [ ]
02.BULLETIN BOARD 2.SEND TO MAILBOX 2.SEND TO MAILBOX
03.RELAY REQUEST 3.POLL FROM MAILBOX 3.POLL FROM MAILBOX
04.SETUP & DELETE 4.STORE TO MAILBOX 4.STORE TO MAILBOX
5.DELETE CONTENTS 5.DELETE CONTENTS

135
Printing a Document from a Mailbox (Local Hub) - continued

4 Enter the Box 5 Enter the Password 6 Complete the


Number Procedure

Enter the Box Number (max. Enter the password to access The facsimile starts printing the
20 digits). the Confidential Box. document. The following screen
is displayed during the printing
sequence before returning to
the Standby Mode.

JAN-31 09:43 AM 80%


PRINTING

Then press:
Then press:

If you are printing from a Confi-


dential Box, go to Step 5.

PASSWORD
[ ]

If you are printing from a Bulle-


tin Board Box, go to Step 6.

NOTE:
If there is no document in
the mailbox, the following is
displayed for about 2 sec-
onds.

NO ENTRY

136
Cancelling Documents in a Mailbox (Local Hub)
This section describes the pro-
cedure to cancel the docu- 1 Display the 2 Select the Mailbox Type 3 Select CANCEL
ments stored in the e- MAILBOX Menu MAILBOX
STUDIO170F. This operation
will erase all existing docu- Press: Select the desired type of Mail- To delete the contents of a Select “5.DELETE CON-
ments in each Mailbox, but not MENU box. Bulletin Board Box, press: TENTS” by pressing:
erase the Mailbox itself.
To delete the contents of a
+ Confidential Box, press:
+
+
+

ITU MAILBOX CONFIDENTIAL BULLETIN BOARD BOX NUMBER


01.CONFIDENTIAL 1.PRINT MAILBOX 1.PRINT MAILBOX [ ]
02.BULLETIN BOARD 2.SEND TO MAILBOX 2.SEND TO MAILBOX
03.RELAY REQUEST 3.POLL FROM MAILBOX 3.POLL FROM MAILBOX
04.SETUP & DELETE 4.STORE TO MAILBOX 4.STORE TO MAILBOX
5.DELETE CONTENTS 5.DELETE CONTENTS

137
Cancelling Documents in a Mailbox (Local Hub) - continued

4 Enter the Box 5 Enter the Password 6 Complete the


Number Procedure

Enter the Box Number (max. Enter the password to access The facsimile will display the
20 digits). Confidential Box. following screen for approxi-
mately 2 seconds before re-
turning to the Standby Mode.

DELETED

Then press:
PASSWORD
[***** ]

If you are cancelling the con-


tents of a Box with a password Then press:
assigned, go to Step 5.

If you are cancelling the con-


tents of a Box with no pass-
word assigned, go to Step 6.

NOTE:
If the specified data in the
mailbox are in the commu-
nication process, they can-
not be cancelled.

138
- ADVANCED TRANSMISSION FUNCTIONS
Department Code Access
This procedure assumes that
you have selected and config- 1 DEPT CODE 2 Enter the 3 Complete the
ured Department Codes on Standby Menu Department Code Procedure
pages 52, 53 and 54 of this
manual. The Department Code Standby Enter the 5-digit Department If the password you have en-
Once selected, the use of the menu is shown below. Code preset for your depart- tered is valid, the ordinary
facsimile is limited to autho- ment. Standby Mode screen (as
rized personnel only. shown below) will be displayed.
Access will be limited to one
transmission job or one Opera-
NOTE: tion Panel function (printing a
The usage for each depart- list, accessing a Mailbox, etc.)
ment is recorded on the De-
partment Control List (see If the password does not
page 195). match, verify your password
and re-enter.

JAN-31 09:43 AM 80% ENTER DEPT CODE JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%


ENTER DEPT CODE [*****] AUTO RECEIVE

Then press: NOTES:


• Upon entering a valid 5-
digit password, the
standby prompt will remain
on the LCD for one opera-
NOTE: tion or one minute which-
If you do not have a valid ever occurs first.
Department Code Password,
you cannot access this fac- • If no keys are pressed for
simile. about 60 seconds during
Contact the key operator or the above Standby Mode,
supervisor for more informa- the screen will return to
tion. DEPT CODE Standby
Menu.

139
Account Code Entry
This procedure assumes that
you have enabled the Account 1 Load the Document 2 Enter the Facsimile 3 Enter an Account 4 Complete the
Code option on page 56 of this Number Code Procedure
manual.
Load the document face down Enter the number of the remote Enter the 4-digit Account Code. The facsimile starts scanning
Once enabled, the facsimile
in the Document Support (see facsimile using any of the fol- the document into memory.
will prompt for an Account
page 82). lowing dialing methods. When the document scanning
Code prior to dialing the remote
is complete, the display returns
party. Adjust the resolution and con- • One Touch Key Dialing to the Standby Mode.
trast if desired (see pages 83 ... See page 89
The entered Account Code will
and 84). • Abbreviated Dialing
be printed in the Account Code
column on the Activity Journal ... See page 90
(see pages 186). • Alphabet Dialing
... See page 91
• Keypad Dialing
NOTES:
... See page 92
• “Account Code” tracking is
only possible when using
memory communications JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% ENTER ACCOUNT CODE ENTER ACCOUNT CODE SCANNING DOC. 100%
(Memory Transmission, AUTO RECEIVE [ ] [****] FILE NBR = 244
Polling Receptions, etc.).
• Once entered, an Account Then press:
Code is only effective for
that communication pro-
cedure. It will automati-
cally clear upon comple-
tion of the communication,
upon job cancellation, or
NOTE:
upon a communication er-
It is possible to send a
ror.
document without entering
an Account Code. Simply
press
START

or .

140
Chain Dialing
This allows you to dial tele-
phone/facsimile numbers that 1 Load the Document 2 Display the CHAIN 3 Enter the Dial 4 Press the START
may require many digits with DIAL COMM. Menu Number Key
pauses for voice prompts or
variations in number se- Load the document face down Select the direct function ac- Start constructing your dialing When all the required entries
quences such as long distance in the Document Support (see cess button on the Operation sequence using any of the fol- are made, press:
access codes, or specialized page 82). Panel. lowing dialing methods. You
access lines. You can combine may use them consecutively START
sets of numbers (Abbreviated Adjust the resolution and con- Press: until your entire dialing string
Dialing, Alphabet Dialing, One trast if desired (see pages 83 has been entered. After each
Touch Dialing, and Keypad Di- and 84). CHAIN DIAL
entry sequence, the LCD
aling) and pauses in a screen displays the screen
“Chained” dial sequence by us- shown in step 2.
ing the Chain Dial Key. The facsimile starts scanning
the document into memory,
• One Touch Key Dialing
If your operation requires paus- displaying the screen shown
... See page 89
ing for voice prompts, you will below. When document scan-
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% CHAIN DIAL COMM. • Abbreviated Dialing
need to insert pause signals ning is complete, the display
AUTO RECEIVE ENTER TEL NUMBER. ... See page 90
between dial strings. returns to the Standby Mode.
• Alphabet Dialing
To determine the correct ... See page 91
amount of time for your paus- SCANNING DOC. 100%
• Keypad Dialing FILE NBR = 108
es, you should perform the op- ... See page 92
MONITOR
eration using first. This REDIAL

way you will know how many 3- • Pause Signal


PAUSE
second pauses will be required.

141
Default Setting for Memory Transmission
Memory Transmission allows
your facsimile to quickly scan 1 Display the 2 Select the 3 Select Another
documents to memory and re- MEMORY TX Menu Transmission Mode SETUP Item, or ...
turn them to you. You do not
have to wait for the transmis- Press: Select the desired transmis- After completing this Configu-
sion to be completed. This in- MENU
sion mode. ration Setting, you may con-
creases productivity as others tinue to select other settings
do not have to wait in line to + To set Memory Transmission referring to their associated
send a facsimile. to ON, press: pages for instructions, or press
Each time you send a facsimile
with memory transmission, the + STOP

amount of residual memory will


be reduced. To set Memory Transmission
+ to OFF, press:
Additionally, each time you to exit the Configuration Set-
send a memory transmission, a ting mode and return to the
communication reservation or + Standby Mode.
File Number is assigned.

When Memory Transmission is


COMPLETED
not selected, the Direct Docu-
ment Transmission (tray) mode
is active by default. This allows MEMORY TX
Displayed for 2 seconds
your facsimile to function with- 1.ON
out the use of document memo- 2.OFF
ry.
Returns to display the SETUP
menu screen.

142
Default Setting for Security Transmission
This function allows transmis-
sions only when the number 1 Display the 2 Select the Desired 3 Select Another
you dial matches the number SECURITY TX Menu Option SETUP Item, or ...
programmed in the remote fac-
simile. If the numbers do not Press: Select the desired option. After completing this Configu-
match, Security Transmission MENU
ration Setting, you may con-
prevents your facsimile from To set Security Transmission tinue to select other settings
sending by indicating a trans- + to ON, press: referring to their associated
mission error. pages for instructions, or press

NOTE: + STOP

The remote facsimile’s Ter- To set Security Transmission


minal ID (TTI) must be set to OFF, press:
with the correct phone num- +
to exit the Configuration Set-
ber. Otherwise, a transmis-
ting mode and return to the
sion error will occur.
+ Standby Mode.

COMPLETED
NOTE:
Telephone numbers are
Displayed for 2 seconds verified by their last 5 digits.
SECURITY TX
2.OFF
1.ON Returns to display the SETUP
menu screen.

143
Cover Sheet Registration
This function enables the at-
tachment of a cover sheet to 1 Display the COVER 2 Enable / Disable the 3 Include an Image on 4 Load the Image
the document being transmit- SHEET Menu Cover Sheet the Cover Sheet Document
ted.

Prior to selecting this function Press: Enable or Disable the Cover To include an image (a Load the image document to be
for the first time, you may wish
MENU
Sheet attachment. scanned company logo, etc.), included on the cover sheet.
to prepare a Cover Sheet im- press:
+ NOTE:
age (Logo) to be used on the In preparing a document for
cover sheet. See Step 4 of this your cover sheet image,
procedure. (for ON-Enable) (for YES)
+ only a limited area of the
If Cover Sheet has already sheet will be included as
been registered, the menu shown below. Any data out
+ screen for selecting "DELETE" of the specified range will
(for OFF-Disable) or "RETAIN" will be displayed. be disregarded.

+ LOAD DOCUMENT Effective


When “ON” is selected, the fol- 5.9 in.
lowing screen is displayed. Range (150mm)
Go to Step 4.

LOAD DOCUMENT To omit an image on the cover


1.YES sheet, press:
COVER SHEET
2.OFF 2.NO FeedDirection
1.ON (for NO)
When “OFF” is selected, the When the document is pulled
When “NO” is selected, the
“COMPLETED” message will into the appropriate position,
“COMPLETED” message will
be displayed. The facsimile re- the following screen is dis-
be displayed. The facsimile re-
turns to the Standby Mode. played.
turns to the Standby Mode.

PRESS [START]

Press:
START

Image Area When scanning is complete,


the facsimile returns to the
Standby Mode.

144
Setting Recovery Transmission
Recovery Transmission allows
the operator to re-transmit a 1 Display
RECOVERY
the
2 Select the Recovery 3 Enter the STORED
document after failing the ini- TRANSMIT Menu Transmit Option TIME
tially specified number of redial
attempts. Press: To turn ON Recovery Trans- Enter the stored time length
MENU
mission, press: (01 to 24, in unit of hours).
If Recovery Transmission is
set to ON, the document is
+
stored in memory for a speci-
fied length of time. You may
retransmit the document within Go to Step 3.
+
this time period without re-
scanning the original docu-
ment. To turn OFF Recovery Trans-
+ mission, press:

+ Then press:

When “OFF” is selected, the


“COMPLETED” message will
be displayed. The facsimile re- When completed, the following
turns to the Standby Mode. screen is displayed for about 2
seconds. Press
STOP

to return to the Standby


Mode.

RECOVERY TX STORE TIME COMPLETED


2.OFF (1-24) [ 8]
1.ON

145
TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) Print
To properly identify the sender of your documents, the e-STUDIO170F prints a transmission header (TTI) on the recording paper of the remote facsimile. The information
included in the TTI are:

• Date and Start Time


The date and start time when this document was sent to the remote facsimile.
• Transmitting Station ID Name (see page 42)
• Transmission Serial Number
With each transmission, the e-STUDIO170F automatically assigns a unique transmission number. This number is also printed on the Activity Journals.
• 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
Each document sent from memory is assigned a file number. This file number is used by the e-STUDIO170F to assist you in managing multiple document jobs.

Transmission Total Page


Serial Number Number
Date Transmission Page
Start Time Station ID Name Number File Number

01-31-2005 10:00 FROM- TOSHIBA +1-714-583-0000 T-123 P.001/003 F-030

You can select the following options for your TTI information.
• Inside
The document is sent to the receiver with the TTI included in the document data. Accordingly, if any characters exist near the top edge of the sending data, they may
be overlapped with the TTI.
• Outside
The document is sent to the receiver with the TTI to be printed outside the sending data. Accordingly, if any characters exist near the top edge of the sending data, the
TTI and the sending data will not overlap in transmission.
• Off

IMPORTANT NOTE:
The U.S. Federal Communication Commission (FCC) requires that anyone sending a facsimile message must identify themselves (or company), give their facsimile tele-
phone number, and provide the date and time of the transmission. This information must be on the lead-edge of, at least, the first page of the facsimile transmission.

146
TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) Print - continued

1 Display the TTI 2 Select the TTI Print


Menu Option

Press: Select the TTI Print option.


MENU

To select INSIDE, press:


+

+
To select OUTSIDE, press:

+ To select OFF, press:

The display shows the screen


below to indicate that the menu
selection is completed.
To return to the Standy Mode,
STOP

press .

TTI COMPLETED
1.INSIDE
2.OUTSIDE

3.OFF

147
Send after Scan Default Setting
This feature enables you to de-
termine whether the dialing 1 Display the SEND 2 Select the Send 3 Select the Memory 4 Select Another
starts while the machine is AFTER SCAN Menu After Scan Option Full Option SETUP Item, or ...
scanning the documents or af-
ter the machine has scanned Press: Select the desired Send After Select the desired Memory Full After completing this Configu-
all documents in the Memory Scan Option. Option.
MENU
ration Setting, you may con-
Send mode.
tinue to select other settings
Also, if dialing after scanning is + To enable Send After Scan, To cancel the page being referring to their associated
selected, you can select to de- press: scanned, press: pages for instructions, or press
lete or send the scanned pages
when the memory becomes full + STOP
during scanning.

+ UPON MEMORY FULL To send the pages being


1.CANCEL SENDING scanned, press: to exit the Configuration Set-
ting mode and return to the
2.SEND SCANNED PAGES Standby Mode.
+

Go to Step 3.
COMPLETED

To disable Send After Scan,


press: Displayed for 2 seconds
SEND AFTER SCAN
2.OFF
1.ON
Returns to display the SETUP
The following is displayed for 2 menu screen.
seconds.

NOTE:
COMPLETED
Even if is selected,
transmission will not start
Go to Step 4. when memory full occurs at
the first page.

148
Document Length Setting
This setting enables or dis-
ables the e-STUDIO170F send- 1 Display
DOCUMENT
the
LENGTH 2 Select the Document 3 Select Another
ing documents longer than 1 Menu Length Option SETUP Item, or ...
Meter (39.4”). The default set-
ting enables the 1 Meter (39.4”) Select the Document Length
Press: After completing this Configura-
limit. MENU
option. tion Setting, you may continue
to select other settings referring
+ To select 1m, press: to their associated pages for
NOTE:
If you select “Any Length”, instructions, or press
the machine will be unable
to detect a document jam. + STOP

+ To select ANY LENGTH,


press:
to exit the Configuration Set-
ting mode and return to the
+ Standby Mode.

DOCUMENT LENGTH COMPLETED


1.1M (39 INCHES)
2.ANY LENGTH Displayed for 2 seconds

Returns to display the SETUP


menu screen.

149
PIN Mask
Some telephone PBX (Private
Branch Exchange) systems 1 Load the Document 2 Enter the Facsimile 3 Press the CHARGE 4 Enter the PIN
can track and monitor all out- Number CODE Key Number
going calls made by a fac-
simile. This is done by entering Load the document face down Enter the number of the re- Press the CHARGE CODE key Enter the PIN number.
a PIN code after dialing the in the Document Support (see mote facsimile. to initiate the PIN number se-
destination facsimile number. page 82). quence. A “+” will be displayed
on the LCD display.
The Toshiba e-STUDIO170F Adjust the resolution and con-
facilitates the telephone PBX trast if desired (see pages 83
system by masking the PIN and 84).
MULTI

entered with a “$” on both the CHARGE


CODE
LCD and TX Reports/Journals.

NOTE:
This feature is limited to
keypad dialing. The PIN number entered is
This feature is not available JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% TEL NUMBER=(MAX 128) TEL NUMBER=(MAX 128) masked with “$” displayed on
with Abbreviated, Alphabet, AUTO RECEIVE [17145551212 ] [17145551212+ ] the LCD display.
or One Touch Key dialing.
When the entry is complete,
START

press .

TEL NUMBER=(MAX 128)


[17145551212+$$$$ ]

150
- ADVANCED RECEPTION FUNCTIONS
Secure Reception Access Code Setting
There are occasions when you
may wish to secure access to 1 Display the SECURE 2 Select the SECURE 3 Enter the Current 4 Enter a New
incoming documents. Secure RX Menu RX Option Security Code Security Code
RX allows you to receive docu-
ments to memory until a secu- Press: To select a security code for Before you change the security Enter your new 4-digit security
rity code is entered. This en- MENU
the first time or to change an code, you must enter the exist- code.
sures that only users with the existing security code, press: ing code to gain access. Enter
correct security code may re- + the current security code.
trieve documents. In addition,
Secure RX can be setup to au-
tomatically activate during a + +
specified time period.

To setup Secure RX, a 4-digit


security code must be pro- + If the security code already ex-
grammed first. After program- ists and you wish to change
ming the security code, you the current code, go to Step 3.
can specify the time period + Then press:
during which Secure RX will be When you enter a security
active. 24-hour coverage for code for the first time, go to Then press:
specific days of the week is Step 4.
selectable. This section de-
scribes the procedure for pro-
If a new code needs to be en- COMPLETED
gramming a security code or Go to Step 4.
SECURE RX tered:
changing an existing security
01.SECURITY CODE If the correct code is entered,
code.
Displayed for 2 seconds
02.SECURE RX following is displayed.
NEW SECURITY CODE
[ ]
NEW SECURITY CODE
[ ] Returns to display the SETUP
If a code already exists: menu screen.

ENTER SECURITY CODE


[ ]

151
Secure Reception Access Code Setting - continued

5 Select Another
SETUP Item, or ...

After completing this Configura-


tion Setting, you may continue
to select other settings referring
to their associated pages for
instructions, or press

STOP

to exit the Configuration Set-


ting mode and return to the
Standby Mode.

152
Secure RX Activation Period Setting
This section describes the pro-
cedure to setup the e- 1 Display the SECURE 2 Select the SECURE 3 Enter the Security 4 Activate the
STUDIO170F to automatically RX Menu RX Option Code Automatic Secure RX
activate Secure RX during a
specified time period. Prior to Press: To set the activity period for Enter the current security To activate Secure RX, press:
setting this option, you must MENU
Secure RX, press: code.
have a security code set in the
facsimile. +

NOTES: +
MONDAY
• If a security code is not + 1.ALL DAY
set, the e-STUDIO170F
2.FIXED TIME
automatically prompts the
security code setting. See +
the preceding section for NOTE:
If a security code is not set, Go to Step 5.
details on setting the se-
curity code. + the e-STUDIO170F auto-
matically prompts the secu- Then press: To de-activate Secure RX,
• Before setting Secure RX, rity code setting. See the press:
be sure the Memory Re- preceding section for details
ception Setting is set to on setting the security
ON. code.
Then press:
SECURE RX SECURITY CODE SECURE RX STOP
1.SECURITY CODE [ ] 2.OFF
02.SECURE RX 1.ON
to return to the Standby Mode.

153
Secure RX Activation Period Setting - continued

5 Set for Each Day 6 Enter the Start and 7 Complete the
End Time Procedure

To set Secure RX for the entire Enter the time period (start The following is displayed for 2
24-hour-period for the day dis- time and end time) subject to seconds.
played, press: automatic activation using the STOP
following keys. Press to return to the
Standby Mode.
To move the entry
If you select “1.ALL DAY” for point to the left or
every day of the week, you will right.
go to Step 7. COMPLETED

To specify a time period for To enter the


Secure Rx operation on this desired nu-
day, press: meric value
for each time
digit.

Repeat this step until you se-


lect ALL DAY or FIXED TIME MENU To change the time-
for each day of the week (up to of-day forward or
Sunday). backward when the
If you selected “2.FIXED 12-hour system is
TIME” for any day of the week, used.
you will go to Step 6 after se-
lecting the options for seven When the start time and end
days of the week. time of the desired period is
displayed correctly, press:
NOTE:
The day of the week is
shown in the LCD. Selecting
ALL DAY for Monday
means Secure RX will be NOTE:
active for the entire 24 The time period entered in
hours of Monday. this step will be applied to
all the days of the week
START/STOP TIME with the time period se-
[10:00PM-09:00AM] lected.

154
Secure RX Temporary Stop
This section describes the pro-
cedure to manually de-activate 1 Display the SECURE 2 Select TEMPORARY 3 ENTER the Security
Secure RX. RX Menu STOP Code
This function will permit you to
temporarily de-activate Secure Press: To temporarily de-activate Se- Enter the 4-digit security code.
MENU

RX to printout documents re- cure RX, press:


tained within memory.
+
NOTES:
• In order to manually de-
activate Secure RX, you +
ENTER SECURITY CODE
must first activate Secure [ ]
RX. (See page 153).
• If the Secure RX has been
set to ON, the facsimile
NOTE:
activates it automatically
If Secure RX Activation is ENTER SECURITY CODE
after a document, which
set to OFF, an error will re- [****]
has been stored in the
sult in the operation above.
memory, is output.
The message “SETTING IS Then press:
OFF” will be displayed for 2
seconds, then the screen
returns to the Standby
Mode.
The following screen is dis-
played for 2 seconds to con-
firm your selection. Then the
SECURE RX
display returns to the Standby
1.TEMPORARY STOP
Mode.

COMPLETED

155
Memory Reception Setting
When the printer becomes unavailable during a document recep-
tion, due to a recording paper jam, toner empty or other error con- 1 Display MEMORY 2 Select the Memory 3 Select Another
dition, this facsimile backs up the received data by storing it in RX Menu Reception Option SETUP Item, or ...
memory.

The document data is received and stored in memory. The nature Press: To set Memory Reception ON, After completing this Configu-
of trouble is indicated on the LCD display with an ALARM lamp
MENU
press: ration Setting, you may con-
blinking. tinue to select other settings
+ referring to their associated
pages for instructions, or press
JAN-31 09:43 AM 90%
PAPER EMPTY + To set Memory Reception to STOP

OFF, press:

+
To retrieve the data stored in memory, simply correct the error to exit the Configuration Set-
condition (such as refill your paper tray with recording paper). Your ting mode and return to the
document will be printed automatically. Standby Mode.
+

NOTES:
• The default setting is ON.
• When OFF is selected, no receptions will be possible
should the paper supply be exhausted or a paper jam oc- MEMORY RX COMPLETED
curs. 1.ON
• Note that Memory Reception will not occur when the re- 2.OFF
Displayed for 2 seconds
sidual memory is zero. When the residual memory be-
comes zero during a Memory Reception, document recep-
tion will stop and no further receptions are possible until
memory becomes available.
Returns to display the SETUP
menu screen.

156
Reception-Reduction Setting
This function allows the reduc-
tion of the received image, if 1 Display the SET RX 2 Select the Desired 3 Select Another
the received document is larger REDUCTION Menu Option SETUP Item, or ...
than the recording paper.
Press: To set RX Reduction to ON, After completing this Configu-
MENU
press: ration Setting, you may con-
NOTES: tinue to select other settings
• The default setting is ON. + referring to their associated
pages for instructions, or press
• If the size of the received
document exceeds the pre-
+ To set RX Reduction to OFF,
STOP
determined dimensions:
press:
1. When RX Reduction is
ON, +
to exit the Configuration Set-
- The document will be ting mode and return to the
reduced and recorded if Standby Mode.
+
it is within the predeter-
mined reduction ratio. If COMPLETED
the portion of the docu-
ment to be discarded is Displayed for 2 seconds
within the predetermined
dimensions, it will be
discarded. RX REDUCTION
1.ON
2. When RX Reduction is Returns to display the SETUP
2.OFF menu screen.
OFF,
- The document will be
divided and recorded
onto two or more sheets.
• This setting is only avail-
able for document recep-
tion. It is not available for
copying.
• To change this predeter-
mined dimension, contact
your service representa-
tive.

157
Reception-Discard Setting
This function allows up to 13
mm* of the lower portion of the 1 Display the 2 Select the Desired 3 Select Another
document to be discarded, if DISCARD Menu Option SETUP Item, or ...
the document is larger than the
recording paper. Press: To set DISCARD function to After completing this Configu-
* To change this predeter-
MENU
ON, press: ration Setting, you may con-
mined dimension, contact tinue to select other settings
your service representative. + referring to their associated
pages for instructions, or press

+ STOP
NOTES: To set DISCARD function to
• The default setting is ON. OFF, press:
• When the portion of the +
to exit the Configuration Set-
received document to be
ting mode and return to the
discarded exceeds the
Standby Mode.
predetermined dimensions: +
Even if Reception-Discard COMPLETED
is ON, the document will
be divided and recorded
Displayed for 2 seconds
onto two or more sheets if
RX Reduction is ON (See
page 157). DISCARD
1.ON
• This setting is only avail- Returns to display the SETUP
able for document recep- 2.OFF menu screen.
tion. It is not available for
copying.

158
Reverse Order Printing Setting
This function receives the en-
tire facsimile document into 1 Display the
REVERSE ORDER 2 Select the Desired 3 Select Another
memory and then prints the PRINT Menu Option SETUP Item, or ...
document in reverse order. In
this way, the pages of the doc- Press: To set REVERSE ORDER After completing this Configu-
ument will be in correct order. MENU
PRINT to ON, Press: ration Setting, you may con-
tinue to select other settings
+ referring to their associated
pages for instructions, or press
NOTES:
• The default setting is OFF.
+ STOP
To set REVERSE ORDER
• If the dimension of the
PRINT to OFF, press:
memory is 256KB or less,
the setting of Reverse Or- + to exit the Configuration Set-
der Printing is invalid. ting mode and return to the
Standby Mode.
+
COMPLETED

Displayed for 2 seconds

REV. ORDER PRINT


2.OFF Returns to display the SETUP
1.ON menu screen.

159
Privileged Reception
This function prevents your
facsimile from receiving docu- 1 Display the
PRIVILEGED RX 2 Select the Privileged 3 Select Another
ments from unknown parties. Menu Reception Option SETUP Item, or ...
Transmissions to the e-
STUDIO170F are only possible Press: To turn ON Privileged Recep- After completing this Configu-
when the sending facsimile’s MENU
tion, press: ration Setting, you may con-
terminal identification or tele- tinue to select other settings
phone number match those as- + referring to their associated
signed to the Abbreviated Dial pages for instructions, or press
Numbers or One Touch Dial
Keys on your facsimile. + STOP

To turn OFF Privileged Recep-


tion, press:
NOTES:
• The default setting is OFF. + to exit the Configuration Set-
ting mode and return to the
• Privileged Reception is ef- Standby Mode.
fective only on incoming +
calls received in the Auto
Receive Mode.
• Privileged Reception is not
available for polling or mail-
box retrieval requests from
the remote facsimiles. PRIVILEGED RX COMPLETED
• For this feature to work, 2.OFF
you must pre-program the 1.ON
numbers of the facsimiles Displayed for 2 seconds
in your communication sys-
tem into your e-
STUDIO170F’s Abbreviat-
ed Number or One Touch Returns to display the SETUP
Dial Key database. In addi- menu screen.
tion, the remote facsimile
must have the correct tele-
phone number programmed
as its terminal identifica-
tion.

160
RTI (Remote Terminal ID) Print
To clearly identify the time, date, and page count of your facsimile receptions, the e-STUDIO170F is
able to print a Reception Footer (RTI) on received documents using the e-STUDIO170F’s internal 1 Display the RTI 2 Select the RTI Print
clock. Menu Option

Press: Select the RTI Print option.


MENU

To print, press:
RECEIVED 01-31-2005 10:00 FROM-+81425887449 TO-TOSHIBA PAGE 001
+

Date Transmitting Station


ID Number +
Footer Message To not print, press:
Start Time Receiving Station ID

Page +
Number

+
COMPLETED
NOTES:
• The Transmitting Station ID Number will only be provided if it is programmed in the remote
facsimile’s Terminal ID. Displayed for 2 seconds

• The Receiving Station ID will only be provided if it is programmed in this facsimile’s Terminal
RTI
ID.
2.OFF
Returns to display the SETUP
1.ON menu screen.

The press:

STOP

to return to the Standby Mode.

161
- TRANSMISSION OPTIONS
Security Transmission
This function prevents your
facsimile from sending to an 1 Load the Document 2 Display the 3 Select the Option 4 Enter the Facsimile
incorrectly dialed phone. With SECURITY TX Menu Number
this function set ON, the dialed
number will be checked against Load the document face down Press: Turn ON Security Transmis- Enter the number of the remote
the remote facsimile’s pro- in the Document Support (see MENU
sion by pressing: facsimile using any of the fol-
grammed Transmit Terminal ID page 83). lowing dialing methods or you
(TTI). The transmission will + may designate another option
only occur if the number dialed Adjust the resolution and con- at this point.
matches the remote party’s trast if desired (see pages 84
number. and 85). + • One Touch Key Dialing
Turn OFF Security Transmis-
You can turn the SECURITY ... See page 89
sion by pressing:
TX ON for a single transmis- • Abbreviated Dialing
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%
sion using this procedure. AUTO RECEIVE + ... See page 90
NOTES: • Alphabet Dialing
• To change the default set- ... See page 91
+
ting of this function, refer The following screen is dis- • Keypad Dialing
to page 143. The status played. You may dial the re- ... See page 92
selection in this operation mote facsimile for your com-
will take precedence over munication job. The display will
the default setting. return to the Standby Mode in
about 60 seconds if no keys
• The facsimile will auto- are pressed.
SECURITY TX
matically return to its de-
2.OFF
fault status immediately
after that transmission is 1.ON
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%
complete.
ENTER TEL NUMBER

162
Disabling ECM Temporarily
If the ECM default setting is
set to ON, it is always effec- 1 Display the SET 2 Select the ECM
tive for communications on ECM Menu Option
your facsimile (see page 59).

You can turn the ECM OFF for Press: Select “2.OFF” by pressing:
MENU

a single transmission using


this procedure. The facsimile
will automatically return to its +
default status immediately af-
ter that transmission is com-
plete. + The following screen is dis-
played. You may dial the re-
mote facsimile for your com-
NOTES: + munication job. The display will
• If ECM is set to “OFF” in return to the Standby Mode in
the default setting proce- about 60 seconds if no keys
dure, this procedure is not + are pressed.
applicable and the fac-
simile will warn you with
an error message, “NOT
ALLOWED NOW.”
• You can change the set-
ting even when a docu-
ment is not set on the ECM JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%
Document Support. The 1.ON ENTER TEL NUMBER
setting becomes invalid if 2.OFF
no keys are pressed for
about 60 seconds.

163
Dialing with Sub-Address
This function attaches a sub-
address to the standard desti- 1 Load the Document 2 Display the SUB
ADDRESS COMM 3 Select the Option 4 Enter the SUB
nation address in the event the Menu Address
remote party requires one.

Three types of sub-addresses Load the document face down Press: Select one of the following op- Enter the required SUB address
can be used (SUB, SEP, and in the Document Support (see MENU tions from the menu. (max. 20 digits), then press:
PWD); or any combination of page 82).
+ To select SUB, press:
two or three types can be Adjust the resolution and con-
used. After selecting the de- trast if desired (see pages 83
sired types, the transmission and 84).
to follow will be sent to the de- +
sired address using the desig- Go to Step 4. The display returns to the
nated sub-address. JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% screen at the bottom of Step 2.
AUTO RECEIVE + You may continue from Step 3
You can activate this option To select SEP, press: and enter another sub-address
while programming an Abbrevi- of a different type. To complete
ated Dial Number (page 65) or + your sub-address entry, select
One Touch Dial Key (page 71) option “1.DONE” in Step 3.
if communication with a certain Go to Step 5.
remote party always requires
this option.
To select PWD, press:
If you activate this option using SUB ADDRESS COMM.
both an Abbreviated Dial Num- 1.DONE
ber (or One Touch Dial Key)
2.SUBADDRESS SUB Go to Step 6.
setting and using this proce-
dure for the same destination, 3.SUBADDRESS SEP
this operation will take prece-
4.SUBADDRESS PWD To complete this procedure,
dence over the pre-pro-
press:
grammed setting in the Abbre-
viated Dial or One Touch Dial.

NOTE: Go to Step 7.
For more information on
when to use SUB/SEP/
PWD, refer to page 69. If
you designate an erroneous
or unnecessary sub-ad-
dress, the communication
will result in an error.

164
Dialing with Sub-Address - continued

5 Enter the SEP 6 Enter the PWD 7 Complete the 8 Enter the Facsimile
Address Sub-Address Entry Number

Enter the required SEP ad- Enter the required PWD (max. When the sub-address data Enter the number of the remote
dress (max. 20 digits), then 20 digits), then press: has been entered, the following facsimile using any of the fol-
press: is displayed. lowing dialing methods or you
may designate another option
at this point.

The display returns to the The display returns to the • One Touch Key Dialing
screen at the bottom of Step 2. screen at the bottom of Step 2. JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% ... See page 89
ENTER TEL NUMBER • Abbreviated Dialing
You may continue from Step 3 You may continue from Step 3
and enter another sub-address and enter another sub-address ... See page 90
of a different type. To complete of a different type. To complete • Alphabet Dialing
your sub-address entry, select your sub-address entry, select ... See page 91
option “1.DONE” in step 3. option “1.DONE” in Step 3. • Keypad Dialing
... See page 92

NOTE:
When all the Sub-Ad-
dresses are set:
If the document is loaded in
the Document Support,
transmission starts with a
combination of SUB and
PWD.
If the document is not
loaded in the Document
Support, transmission starts
with a combination of SEP
and PWD.

165
Enabling or Disabling Send after Scan Temporarily
If the Send After Scan Mode
Default Setting is set to “OFF”, 1 Load the Document 2 Display the SEND 3 Select the Send 4 Select the Memory
this feature allows you enable AFTER SCAN Menu After Scan Option Full Option
the Send After Scan mode for
a single transmission. Once Load the document face down Press: Select the desired Send After Select the desired Memory Full
that transmission is complete, in the Document Support (see MENU Scan Option. Option.
the default status is regained. page 82).
+ To enable Send After Scan, To cancel the pages that have
If you enable Send after Scan, Adjust the resolution and con- press: been scanned, press:
you will be given the opportuni- trast if desired (see pages 83
ty to select “SEND SCANNED and 84).
PAGES” or “CANCEL SEND- +
ING.” JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%
Select “SEND SCANNED AUTO RECEIVE To send the pages that have
PAGES” if you want the pages + UPON MEMORY FULL
1.CANCEL SENDING
been scanned, press:
scanned to memory (prior to
the Memory Full) to be trans- 2.SEND SCANNED PAGES
mitted. +
Select “CANCEL SENDING” if
Go to Step 4.
you want to cancel that trans-
mission and try again later The following screen is dis-
when more memory is avail- played. You may dial the re-
To disable Send After Scan, mote facsimile for your com-
able or use a Direct TX opera-
press: munication job. The display will
tion. SEND AFTER SCAN return to the Standby Mode in
2.OFF about 60 seconds if no keys
NOTES:
1.ON are pressed.
• To change the default set-
ting of this function, refer The following is displayed for 2
to page 148. The status seconds.
selection in this operation JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%
will take precedence over COMPLETED ENTER TEL NUMBER
the default setting.

Go to Step 5.

166
Enabling or Disabling Send after Scan Temporarily - continued

5 Enter the Facsimile


Number

Enter the number of the remote


facsimile using any of the fol-
lowing dialing methods.

• One Touch Key Dialing


... See page 89
• Abbreviated Dialing
... See page 90
• Alphabet Dialing
... See page 91
• Keypad Dialing
... See page 92

167
Attaching or Printing a Cover Sheet
This function attaches a cover
sheet to the document to be
transmitted or prints the cover
1 Load the Document 2 Display the COVER 3 Select the Option 4 Enter the Remote
SHEET Menu Party’s Name
sheet for confirmation purpos-
es.
Load the document face down Press: To attach a cover sheet, press: Enter the name of the remote
Prior to using this cover sheet in the Document Support (see MENU
party.
feature, the Cover Sheet func- page 82).
tion must be set to ON. For + See page 36 for more informa-
more information see page Adjust the resolution and con- tion on Character Entry.
144. trast if desired (see pages 83
and 84). Then press:
+ COVER SHEET
NOTES:
• When sending multi-address ENTER TO NAME
transmissions, the cover
sheet will be attached to the +
document for every address. Go to Step 4. COVER SHEET
• TTI will not be printed on the ENTER FROM NAME
+
cover sheet. To print a cover sheet, press:
• Smart Batch is not available
if this function is used. NOTE:
• When re-sending a docu- To skip the Remote Party’s
ment due to an error, the Name, press the
cover sheet is again at- When the printing is complete, STOP
JAN-31 09:43 AM 99% COVER SHEET
tached to the retransmis- the display return to the
AUTO RECEIVE 1.SEND or
sion. Standby Mode.
• In Transmission Reports and 2.PRINT to go to the next step.
Journals, the number of
pages of each transmission
does not includes the cover
sheet.
• When a Transmission Report
is issued with the document
image output, the first page
data of the facsimile will be
printed but not the cover
page data.
• The cover sheet is always
sent in Letter size.
• The resolution for the cover
sheet is fixed to FINE. How-
ever, if the receiving unit is
set to STD, the cover sheet
is sent in STD.

168
Attaching or Printing Cover Sheet - continued

5 Enter the Sender’s 6 Enter the Facsimile


Name Number
Cover Sheet Format

Enter your name. Enter the number of the remote


facsimile using any of the fol- Your Station ID (if preset; max. 40 characters)
See page 36 for more informa- lowing dialing methods.
tion on Character Entry. Remote Station ID (printed when preset to the Abbrevi-
• One Touch Key Dialing ated Dial Number or One Touch Dial Key used for dial-
Then press: ... See page 89 ing). Max. 20 characters

• Abbreviated Dialing
... See page 90 FACSIMILE MESSAGE Cover Page Title (fixed)

• Alphabet Dialing Date this document was


JAN-31-2005
... See page 91 reserved

• Keypad Dialing *** RE-TRANSMISSION *** Subtitle printed for


JAN-31 09:43 AM 99% retransmission only
ENTER TEL NUMBER ... See page 92
TO : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST (ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR ) Remote Name which was
entered using this operation
FAX NUMBER : 12345678901234567890123456789012345678 Dialed Facsimile Number
(first 38 digits)
NOTE:
To skip the Sender’s Name, FROM : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ (ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR ) Your Name which was entered
press the using this operation
STOP
FAX NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 Your Facsimile Number
or (max. 20 digits)

to go to the next step.


TOTAL PAGE 001 Number of document pages to
(WITHOUT THIS PAGE) be transmitted

- Image Data Area -

(The image here may be your company logo, etc. It can be preset by scanning,
using the Cover Sheet Function setting operation on page 144. If no image
is scanned for this purpose, this area is left blank.)

169
Delayed Communication (Time Designation)
This function is available to
reserve a document for trans- 1 Load the Document 2 Display the
DELAYED COMM. 3 Enter the Time and 4 Enter the Facsimile
mission at a programmed Menu Date Number
time.

This function is convenient for Load the document face down Press: Enter the time and day-of- Enter the number of the remote
making use of non-peak dis- in the Document Support (see MENU
month to start the communica- facsimile using any of the fol-
count telephone rates for do- page 82). tion. lowing dialing methods.
mestic and overseas facsimile +
Adjust the resolution and con- • One Touch Key Dialing
transmissions. Delayed com- trast if desired (see pages 83 ... See page 89
munication can be applied to and 84).
Single Transmissions (to + • Abbreviated Dialing
transmit a single document to ... See page 90
a specified destination), Multi- JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% • Alphabet Dialing
address (Group) Transmis-
AUTO RECEIVE + ... See page 91
sions, Mail Box Transmis- • Keypad Dialing
sions, Relay Transmissions, ... See page 92
and Polling Communications. +
(The cursor moves to the next
right digit as a numeric value is
You can activate this option NOTES:
entered on each digit. Use the
while programming an Abbrevi- • If the day-of-month value
ated Dial Number (page 65) or entered in Step 2 does not
One Touch Dial key setting key to backspace and exist in the current month,
DELAYED COMM. the communication will
(page 71) if communication
[HH:MMAM DD] delete the values of digits al- start on the first day of the
with the remote party always
ready entered.) next month. For example,
requires this option. Other-
wise, use the following proce- if “30” is entered in Febru-
NOTE: Change the AM/PM designa-
dure. ary, the communication
It is not necessary to input tion by pressing the following
will start on March 1st.
a day-of-month, if you wish keys. (for 12-hour format)
the communication to be MENU • If a time in the past is pro-
completed within the next or grammed, communication
24-hour period. will be performed in the
Simply leave the day-of- next month of the time.
month area blank. When the correct time and date
is entered, press:

JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%


ENTER TEL NUMBER

170
Priority Transmission
Priority Transmission permits
you to execute a transmission 1 Load the Document 2 Display the 3 Enter the Facsimile
before any other reserved PRIORITY TX Menu Number
transmission job.
Load the document face down Press: Enter the number of the remote
NOTES: in the Document Support (see MENU
facsimile using any of the fol-
• Priority reservation is good page 82). lowing dialing methods.
for a Single Transmission +
Adjust the resolution and con- • One Touch Key Dialing
only. trast if desired (see pages 83 ... See page 89
• Only one communication and 84). + • Abbreviated Dialing
can be reserved as a Pri- ... See page 90
ority Transmission. • Alphabet Dialing
When a transmission is + ... See page 91
already reserved as a Pri-
ority Transmission, an er- • Keypad Dialing
ror tone and “NOT AL- ... See page 92
+
LOWED NOW” LCD NOTE:
prompt result when Priority If a communication re-
Transmission is selected. served as a Priority Trans-
• Priority Transmission is mission fails, the document
invalid during Polling and will be priority transmitted
Mailbox communication. after the Redial Interval
(See page 61).

JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% PRIORITY SCANNING DOC. 100%


AUTO RECEIVE ENTER TEL NUMBER FILE NUMBER = 110

171
Sending Recovery Transmission
This operation is used to re-
send a document after the doc- 1 Display
RECOVERY
the
2 Select the Desired 3 Change the 4 Cancel the
ument initially failed to be sent. TRANSMIT Menu Job Facsimile Number Document
If recovery transmission is set
to ON, the document is stored Press: When the sending document to Enter the new facsimile num- Press:
in the e-STUDIO170F for re- MENU be recovered was sent using ber.
sending. the One Touch key, Abbrevi-
JOB CANCEL

+ ated Dial Number, Group Num-


ber, or Alphabet Dialing, press:
NOTES:
• When the Recovery Trans- DELETE JOB NUMBER005
mission is set to OFF, an + 1.YES
error tone and “NOT AL- 2.NO
LOWED NOW” LCD You can also change the num-
prompt result when Recov- + ber of the remote facsimile if
ery Transmission is se- dialed from the Dial Keypad.
lected. To re-transmit the document or
If there is no document + change the facsimile number, If the correct number is en-
stored for recovery trans- tered, press:
mission, an error tone press .
sounds and “NO ENTRY”
LCD prompt will be dis-
MENU
played. JOB NUMBER 005
Press or to The transmission starts imme-
1.START
• To change the default set- diately if the phone line is
view the jobs stored for resend-
ting of this function, refer 2.CHANGE available.
ing. The information is dis-
to page 145. The status played on the LCD display.
selection in this operation To start the transmission,
will take precedence over press:
the default setting.
RECOVERY TX
[ENTER]:START
The transmission starts imme-
diately if the phone line is
available.
FILE NBR = 005 To change the number, press:
12345

To cancel the document, go to


Step 4.
FAX NUMBER (MAX128)
[12345 ]

172
Sending Recovery Transmission - continued

5 Select the Cancel


Option

To delete the selected docu-


ment stored for resending,
press:

DELETED

Displayed for 2 seconds

To retain the selected docu-


ment stored for resending,
press:

Returns to display the Standby


Mode screen.

173
Low Speed Transmission
If communication errors fre-
quently occur while transmit- 1 Load the Document 2 Display the FAX 3 Select a Speed 4 Enter the Facsimile
ting documents due to bad line SPEED Menu Number
conditions, we recommend you
select a lower transmission Load the document face down Press: Select the desired speed. Enter the number of the remote
speed to enable quality trans- in the Document Support (see MENU
facsimile using any of the fol-
missions. The transmission page 82). To select FASTEST POS- lowing dialing methods or you
speed will be restored to the + SIBLE, press: may designate another option
default value automatically af- Adjust the resolution and con- at this point.
ter the low speed transmission trast if desired (see pages 83
is completed. and 84). + • One Touch Key Dialing
... See page 89
You can activate this option To select 14400 BPS, press:
while programming an Abbrevi- JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% • Abbreviated Dialing
ated Dial Number (page 65) or
AUTO RECEIVE + ... See page 90
One Touch Dial Key (page 71) • Alphabet Dialing
if communication with a certain ... See page 91
remote party always requires +
To select 9600 BPS, press: • Keypad Dialing
this option. ... See page 92

To select 4800 BPS, press:


FAX SPEED
1.FASTEST POSSIBLE
2.14400BPS

3.9600BPS
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%
4.4800BPS ENTER TEL NUMBER

174
Line Monitor
This function is used to set the
facsimile’s speaker ON in order 1 Load the Document 2 Display the LINE 3 Select the Option 4 Enter the Facsimile
to monitor the phone line for MONITOR Menu Number
one communication only. This
function is mainly used to con- Load the document face down Press: Turn ON the monitor speaker Enter the number of the remote
firm dialing and phone line sta- in the Document Support (see MENU
by pressing: facsimile using any of the fol-
tus. page 82). lowing dialing methods or you
+ may designate another option
You can activate this option Adjust the resolution and con-
when programming an Abbrevi- at this point.
trast if desired (see pages 83
ated Dial Number (page 65) or and 84). • One Touch Key Dialing
+ Turn OFF the monitor speaker
One Touch Dial Key (page 71) ... See page 89
if communication with a certain by pressing:
remote party always requires JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% • Abbreviated Dialing
this option. AUTO RECEIVE ... See page 90
• Alphabet Dialing
NOTE: LINE MONITOR ... See page 91
To change the default set- 2.OFF
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% • Keypad Dialing
ting of this function, refer to 1.ON
ENTER TEL NUMBER ... See page 92
page 57. The status selec-
tion in this operation will
take precedence over the
default setting.

175
Setting the Page Count
When this function is set to
ON, the designated number of 1 Load the Document 2 Display the PAGE 3 Enter the Number of 4 Enter the Facsimile
pages will be printed at the top NUMBER Menu Document Pages Number
of the recording paper at the
remote station. This function is Load the document face down Press: Enter the number of document Enter the number of the remote
effective for a Direct Document in the Document Support (see MENU
pages (1 to 999). facsimile using any of the fol-
Transmission only. (The total page 82). lowing dialing methods or you
number of pages will be print- + may designate another option
ed automatically as part of the Adjust the resolution and con- at this point.
TTI in Memory Transmissions.) trast if desired (see pages 83
and 84). + • One Touch Key Dialing
This setting is very helpful for ... See page 89
confirming that all of the pages
loaded into the feeder have • Alphabet Dialing
been successfully sent. ... See page 90

It will also assist the recipient • Abbreviated Dialing


to track the number of pages ... See page 91
JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% PAGE NUMBER The press:
as it will add a page count to a AUTO RECEIVE (1-999) [ ] • Keypad Dialing
the TTI at the top of your trans- ... See page 92
mitted pages (i.e., 1/5, 2/5, 3/5,
etc.).

The facsimile will compare the


JAN-31 09:43 AM 100%
number of pages actually sent
ENTER TEL NUMBER
with the number you entered.

176
Communication Report Print
You can request a communica-
tion report every time a docu- 1 Load the Document 2 Display the TX 3 Select the Option 4 Enter the Facsimile
ment is sent. If you desire a REPORT Menu Number
communication report every
time you send a document, set Load the document face down Select the function key on the To set the e-STUDIO170F to Enter the number of the remote
this function to ON as a default in the Document Support (see Operation Panel. always print a communication facsimile using any of the fol-
(see page 178). page 82). report, press: lowing dialing methods.
Press:
If you plan to use communica- Adjust the resolution and con- • One Touch Key Dialing
tion reports only occasionally, trast if desired (see pages 83 TX REPORT
... See page 89
use this procedure. The TX Re- and 84).
port key allows you to obtain a • Abbreviated Dialing
To set the e-STUDIO170F to ... See page 90
report for one communication only print a communication re-
only. JAN-31 09:43 AM 100% TX REPORT • Alphabet Dialing
port when an error condition is
AUTO RECEIVE 1.ALWAYS ... See page 91
encountered, press:
You can activate this option • Keypad Dialing
while programming an Abbrevi- 2.ON ERROR
... See page 92
ated Dial Number (see page 3.OFF
65) or One Touch Dial Key set-
ting (see page 71) if communi- To set the e-STUDIO170F to
cation with a specific remote never print a communication
party always requires this op- report, press:
tion.

JAN-31 09:43 AM 80%


ENTER TEL NUMBER

177
LISTS AND REPORTS - LIST AND REPORT OPTIONS SETTING
This facsimile allows the operator to set various options regarding
the lists and reports listed below. Reception Journal Settings

JOURNAL
1 Display the 2 Select the 3 SET KEY DEFAULT
JOURNAL Menu JOURNAL Option Options
There are two types of Journals available on the e-STUDIO170F.
Both the Transmission Journal (TX Journal) and Reception Journal
(RX Journal) list the 40 most recent transactions. Journals can be Press: To configure the type of Jour- Select the desired option.
printed either Automatically or Manually. When manually printed, MENU
nal to print when
JOURNAL
is used,
JOURNAL
To print both TX and RX Jour-
must be pressed. To select the type of Journal to print when + press: JOURNAL
nals when is used, press:
JOURNAL
is pressed, complete manual Journal printing discussed in +
this section. +
SET KEY DEFAULT
COMMUNICATION REPORT 1.SEND & RECEIVE To print only a TX Journal
+ JOURNAL
Communication Report allows you to print a report after every when is used, press:
2.SEND
transmission. Reports can be printed automatically or manually.
When printing automatically, you can designate to print a report for 3.RECEIVE
+
every transmission or only when an error has occurred during the
transmission.
Go to Step 3.
In addition, Communication Report allows you to further select the To print only a RX Journal
option of printing the first page image of the fax document on the JOURNAL

report to facilitate identification. when is used, press:


To set automatic printing,
JOURNAL press:
To setup the Communication Report, go to page 178 to 185.
01.SET KEY DEFAULT
+
02.AUTO PRINT
RECEPTION LIST The following screen is dis-
The e-STUDIO170F will print a reception list under the following played for 2 seconds to con-
conditions: AUTO PRINT firm your selection.
1.ON
• Reservation to Local Mailbox
When reserving a document to a Mailbox within the e- 2.OFF
COMPLETED
STUDIO170F locally, a reception list is printed.

• Remote Mailbox Go to Step 4.


When reserving a document to a Mailbox within the e- STOP
STUDIO170F remotely from another facsimile, a reception list Press to complete this
is printed on the e-STUDIO170F.
setting.

178
Reception Journal Settings - continued

4 AUTO PRINT
Options

Press the following key to


setup automatic printing of the
TX and RX Journals whenever
40 transactions have taken in
place.

To turn ON Automatic printing


of journal, press:

To turn OFF Automatic printing


of journal, press:

The following screen is dis-


played for 2 seconds to con-
firm your selection.

COMPLETED

STOP

Press to complete this


setting.

179
Direct Transmission Report Setting

1 Display the TX 2 Select the Option for


REPORT Menu TX REPORT

Press: Select the desired printing op-


MENU
tion for non-memory, direct
transmissions.
+
To ALWAYS print a Transmis-
sion Report whenever a docu-
+ ment is transmitted, press:

+
To only print a Transmission
Report when an error occurrs,
+
press:

To turn OFF automatic printing


+ of Transmission Reports,
press:

The following screen is dis-


TX REPORT played for 2 seconds to con-
1.ALWAYS firm your selection.
2.ON ERROR

3.OFF COMPLETED

STOP

Press to complete this


setting.

180
Memory Transmission Report Setting

1 Display the
MEMORY TX 2 Select the Option for MEMORY TX 3 Set the Option for
Menu SHOW FIRST PAGE

Press: Select the desired printing op- To turn OFF automatic printing To print a first page image of
MENU
tion for single location memory of Transmission Reports, the document on the Transmis-
transmissions. press: sion Report, press:
+
To ALWAYS print a Transmis-
sion Report whenever a docu-
+ ment is transmitted, press:
The following screen is dis- To not print a first page image
played for 2 seconds to confirm of the document on the Trans-
your selection. mission Report, press:
+
To only print a Transmission
Report when an error occurrs, COMPLETED
+ press:
The following screen is dis-
played for 2 seconds to con-
STOP
+ firm your selection.
Press to complete this
SHOW FIRST PAGE
1.ON
setting.
+ COMPLETED
2.OFF

STOP
Go to Step 3.
Press to complete this
setting.
MEMORY TX
1.ALWAYS
2.ON ERROR

3.OFF

181
Multi-Address Report Setting

1 Display the
MULTI-ADD 2 Select the Option for MULTI-ADD REPORT 3 Set the Option for
REPORT Menu SHOW FIRST PAGE

Press: Select the desired option for To turn OFF automatic printing To print a first page image of
MENU
Multi-address Transmission Re- of Transmission Reports, the document on the transmis-
ports. press: sion report, press:
+
To ALWAYS print a Transmis-
sion Report whenever a docu-
+ ment is transmitted, press: The following screen is dis- To not print a first page image
played for 2 seconds to confirm of the document on the trans-
your selection. mission report, press:
+

To only print a Transmission COMPLETED


+ Report when an error occurs,
press:
The following screen is dis-
STOP played for 2 seconds to con-
+
Press to complete this firm your selection.
setting.
+ SHOW FIRST PAGE COMPLETED
1.ON
2.OFF
STOP

Press to complete this


Go to Step 3.
MULTI-ADD REPORT setting.
1.ALWAYS
2.ON ERROR

3.OFF

182
Multi-Polling Report Setting

1 Display the
MULTI POLL 2 MULTI POLL
REPORT Menu REPORT Options

Press: Select the desired option for


MENU
Multi-polling Reports.

+ To ALWAYS print a report


whenever a polling operation
occurs, press:
+

+ To only print a report when an


error occurrs, press:

+ To turn OFF automatic printing


of this report, press:

The following screen is dis-


played for 2 seconds to con-
firm your selection.

MULTIPOLL REPORT COMPLETED


1.ALWAYS
2.ON ERROR
STOP
3.OFF
Press to complete this

setting.

183
Relay Originator Report Setting

1 Display the RELAY 2 Select the Option for RELAY ORIGINATOR 3 Set the Option for
ORIGINATOR Menu SHOW FIRST PAGE

Press: Select the desired option to To turn OFF Automatic printing To print a first page image of
MENU print a report whenever a Relay of reports, press: the document on the transmis-
transmission is sent. sion report, press:
+

NOTE:
This is only applicable if the The following screen is dis-
+
e-STUDIO170F is used as played for 2 seconds to confirm To not print a first page image
an Originator for a relay your selection. of the document on the trans-
+ transmission (see page mission report, press:
117).
COMPLETED

+ To ALWAYS print a report


whenever a document is trans- STOP The following screen is dis-
mitted, press: Press to complete this played for 2 seconds to con-
+ firm your selection.
setting.

+ To only print a report when an COMPLETED


error occurs, press:

STOP

Press to complete this


RELAY ORIGINATOR SHOW FIRST PAGE setting.
1.ALWAYS 1.ON
2.ON ERROR 2.OFF

3.OFF
Go to next step.

184
Reception List Settings

1 Display the
RECEPTION LIST 2 Select the Job for 3 LOCAL MAILBOX 4 REMOTE MAILBOX
Menu RECEPTION LIST LIST LIST

Press: Select the desired option. When “01.LOCAL MAILBOX” is When “02.REMOTE MAILBOX”
selected in Step 2, the follow- is selected in Step 2, the fol-
MENU
To select the LOCAL MAIL- ing screen displays. lowing screen displays.
BOX, press:
+
+ LOCAL MAILBOX REMOTE MAILBOX
2.OFF 1.ON
+ 1.ON 2.OFF
Go to Step 3.

+ To select the REMOTE MAIL- To turn ON, press: To turn ON, press:
BOX, press:

+
+
To turn OFF, press: To turn OFF, press:

Go to Step 4.

RECEPTION LIST
01.LOCAL MAILBOX The following screen is dis- The following screen is dis-
played for 2 seconds to confirm played for 2 seconds to con-
02.REMOTE MAILBOX
your selection. firm your selection.

COMPLETED COMPLETED

STOP STOP

Press to complete this Press to complete this


setting. setting.

185
- LIST AND REPORT PRINT FORMAT AND PRINTING PROCEDURE
Transmission/Reception Journal (Communication Journal)
Transmission/Reception Jour-
“TO” is replaced with “FROM” nal shows the result of each
in a RECEPTION JOURNAL Facsimile/Telephone Number communication for up to the
of this facsimile unit past 40 transmissions/recep-
Time of output of this
tions.
Machine Counter
List/Report Name Information list or report

Printing Procedure
TRANSMISSION JOURNAL
Your Station’s
TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25 Auto Print (available if pro-
ID Name
TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 grammed; see page 178):
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
SCAN COUNT : 1234 (000004D2) Printing will automatically
PRINT COUNT : 2345 (00000929)
DRUM COUNT : 3456 (00000D80)
start whenever 40 transmis-
sions (or 40 receptions) are
completed.

NBR. FILE NBR DATE TIME DURATION PGS TO DEPT NBR ACCOUNT MODE STATUS Manual Print (always avail-
001 020 JAN-31 14:01 59/59 099 +1234567890 01 9999 G3 502 P NG 20
able)


Press:


JOURNAL

Date and Time the


Serial No. communication Remote Station’s Account No. VERY IMPORTANT:
Error Code
(lists the trans- started Fax/Telephone Num- (printed only when the Up to date Activity Journals
ber (“ ” an alternate Result: must be maintained by the
missions in the Account Number op-
Length of each number or sub-ad- OK (successful) user. In the event an elec-
order they took tion is ON and used)
transaction: dress dial was used.) NG (failure) tronic circuit board must be
place)
Minutes/Seconds P = Polling replaced in this unit, infor-
SB = Mailbox Communication mation pertaining to Scan,
Communication Mode
Number of Pages Print, and Drum counters
G3 = G3
EC = ECM 1st 2nd 3rd
must be entered into the re-
File No. Department No. (bps) (Resolution) (Mode) placement electronic circuit
(assigned to all com- (indicates the depart- 0 2400 8x3.85 MH board. This information is
ment responsible for 1 4800 8x7.7 MR listed at the top of every
munication jobs at the 2 7200 8x15.4 MMR
time of scanning) this transmission job; 3 9600 - JBIG
journal.
printed only when the 4 12000 16x15.4
Department Control 5 14400
option is ON) 6 V.34
8 300dpi

186
Transmission Report
This is the result report printed
after a Direct Transmission (a
job transmitted directly from
the document feeder instead of
from memory).

TRANSMISSION REPORT
Printing Procedure

TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25


TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 Auto Print (if programmed,
see page 180):

Printing will automatically


NBR. FILE NBR DATE TIME DURATION PGS TO DEPT NBR ACOUNT MODE STATUS start after a transmission is
completed.
001 020 JAN-31 14:01 00/58 002 REDFIELD H.S. G3 512 NG 20

The print format is the same as that for the Transmission Journal on the preceding page except that the record of
the only last transmission job is issued in a Transmission Report.

187
Memory Transmission Report
This is the result report printed
after a Memory Transmission.
(A job transmitted after the
document is first scanned into
memory.)

MEMORY TRANSMISSION REPORT


TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25 Printing Procedure
TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234

Auto Print (if programmed,


see page 181):
FILE NUMBER : 070

DATE : JAN-31 14:18


Printing will automatically
start after a transmission is
TO : REDFIELD H.S. completed.
DOCUMENT PAGES : 002

START TIME : JAN-31 14:20

END TIME : JAN-31 14:23

SENT PAGES : 002

STATUS : OK

File Number of the transmission job


Date and time when the job is accepted
Remote Party’s Name or Facsimile/Tele-
phone Number
Number of pages input to memory
Time when the transmission started
Time when the transmission ended (the
time when a Recovery Transmission is
designated)
Number of pages transmitted normally
Transmission result

188
Reservation List
This is a listing of the commu-
nication jobs now reserved in
memory.

RESERVATION LIST
Printing Procedure
TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25
TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
Manual Print

Press:
TX/RX FILE NBR FUNCTION PGS MAIL DATE TIME TO
MENU
001 MULTI TX 003 JAN-30 11:55 TEL NBR : 123456789012345678901234567890
1234567890
ABB.NBR : 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 +
GROUP : 0001 0002 0003 0004 0005 0006
005 POLLING RX JAN-30 22:50 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
009 RELAY STATION 001 OT NBR : 01
010 MULTIPOLLING JAN-30 22:25 GROUP : 1001 1002 1999 +

POLL/FAX MAILBOX FILE NBR FUNCTION PGS DATE TIME TO


961 POLLING 099 JAN-27 17:30

RECOVERY TX FILE NBR FUNCTION PGS MAIL DATE TIME TO


970 SINGLE TX 003 JAN-29 14:20 123-4567

Box Number
(in case of Mail Box Destination
Type of
communication) (Name or Dial Number of the
communication
Remote Party)

File Number of the Number of Pages Designated Time, or


communication Time of Reception

189
Multi-Address Transmission Report
This is the result report printed
after a Multi-address Trans-
mission.

MULTI TRANSMISSION REPORT


TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25
TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890
Printing Procedure
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234

FILE NUMBER : 005 Auto Print (if programmed;


see page 182):
DATE : JAN-31 14:18
TO : ABCDEFG Printing will automatically
DOCUMENT PAGES : 015
start after all transmissions
START TIME : JAN-31 10:56 in the operation have been
completed successfully or
END TIME : JAN-31 14:18 (RECOVERY TIME:JAN-31 14:18)
unsuccessfully.
SUCCESSFUL

GROUP NUMBER

0001 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST ABB. 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008
009 010
OT 02 05

ONE TOUCH NUMBER

01 TSRQRPONMLKJIHGFEDCBA

TEL NUMBER

12345678901234567890

UNSUCCESSFUL SENT PAGES

GROUP NUMBER

0002 AABBCCDDEEFFGGHHIIJJ 0T 33 AAABBBCCCDDDEEEFFFGG 01

Receiver where an error occurred


SENT PAGES ... Number of pages sent normally

Receiver where the transmission was completed normally

190
Multi-Polling Report
This is the result report printed
after a Multi-polling Reception.

MULTI POLLING REPORT


TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25 Printing Procedure
TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234

Auto Print (if programmed,


see page 183):
FILE NUMBER : 005
Printing will automatically
DATE : JAN-31 14:18 start after all polling opera-
START TIME : JAN-31 10:56
tions have been completed
successfully or unsuccess-
END TIME : JAN-31 14:18 (RECOVERY TIME:JAN-31 14:18) fully.
SUCCESSFUL

GROUP NUMBER

0001 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST ABB. 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008
009 010
OT 02 05

ABB. NUMBER

014 HONG KONG OFFICE

TEL NUMBER

1234567890123456789

UNSUCCESSFUL SENT PAGES

GROUP NUMBER

0002 AABBCCDDEEFFGGHHIIJJ 0T 33 AAABBBCCCDDDEEEFFFGG 01

Receiver where an error occurred


SENT PAGES ... Number of pages sent normally

Receiver where the transmission was completed normally

191
Relay Send Originator Report
This is the result report the
Originating Terminal prints af-
ter a Relay Transmission.
RELAY SEND ORIGINATOR TERMINAL REPORT

TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25


TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 Printing Procedure
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234

FILE NUMBER : 009 Auto Print (if programmed,


see page 184):
DATE : JAN-31 10:55
Printing will automatically
TO : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
start after the originating
RELAY BOX : 12345678901234567890 station transmits to all of
the assigned relay stations,
DOCUMENT PAGES : 015
successfully or unsuccess-
START TIME : JAN-31 10:56 fully.

END TIME : JAN-31 14:18 (RECOVERY TIME:JAN-31 14:10)

SENT PAGES : 015

STATUS : OK

JOB NUMBER : 010

192
Mailbox Reception Report
This is the report printed after
a data is stored on Mailbox.

MAILBOX RECEPTION REPORT


Printing Procedure
TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25
TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
Auto Print (if programmed,
see page 185):
FILE NUMBER : 999
Printing will automatically
BOX NUMBER : 015
start after a data is stored
BOX TYPE : CONFIDENTIAL BOX on Mailbox.
DOCUMENT PAGES : 005(TOTAL 999)

FROM : +1234567890123456789

Document Originator ID
LOCAL ................... Your Own Station
Other indication ... Remote station’s ID Name or Dial Number

193
Mailbox (ITU-T Compatible F-code Communication) List
Issues a list of the documents
reserved through the local (i.e.,
your own) station and remote
stations, using the Open Mail-
box System (ITU-T Compatible
MAILBOX (OPEN) LIST F-code Communication).

TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25


TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 Printing Procedure

Press:
MENU
BOX NBR TYPE PGS FILE NBR DATE TIME FROM

12345678901234567890 CONFIDENTIAL BOX 025 001 JAN-29 22:30 12345678901234567890 +


1123334566 CONFIDENTIAL BOX 001 099 JAN-30 08:17 REMOTE
012 111 JAN-30 11:50 +811234567
099 198 JAN-30 19:37 LOCAL
111999888 BULLETIN BOARD 033 173 JAN-31 07:43 LOCAL +

Box No. Mailbox Type File No.


Number of Document
pages entered Date and Time the
Document was entered

Document Originator ID
LOCAL ................... Your Own Station
Other indication ... Remote station’s ID
Name or Dial Number

194
Department Control List
Available only when the Department Control Mode option is selected. Issues a list of Department
Codes and data processed for
the Department Control Mode.

Printing Procedure
DEPARTMENT CODE LIST
TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25 Press:
TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 MENU

NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
+

DEPT NBR NAME DEPT CODE TX PGS RX PGS COPY PGS


+
01 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 12345 123456 123456 123456
02 OPERATION CENTER 82615 296541 12104 99999
14 SYSTEM DESIGN 12131 88888 88887 988886
15 XYZ 33151 6543 12109 450
20 99990 1 4 7

Department
Name Department Code
for operating the
department Sent Received Copied
Department
No.
Accumulated number of pages
operated by the department

NOTE:
The list shown is produced when the Master code (01) is used to initiate the print list operation.
If a user code (02-50) is used, only the data relating to that department will be printed.

195
Preset Dialing Number Lists
These are listings of the preset
Abbreviated Dial Numbers,
All of Lists
One Touch Keys, Multi-ad-
The following will be printed. For the print format and description Issues three lists, one after
dress Groups, and Alphabetical
of printed items, see the page listed below: another, in one operation se-
sort. You can request all of
quence.
these lists (except Address • Abbreviated Dial Number List (page 197)
Book List) as part of one oper-
ation sequence or individually • One Touch Number List (page 198)
one by one. • Group Number List (page 199) Printing Procedure

Press:
MENU

196
Preset Dialing Number Lists - continued
Abbreviated Dial Number List
Issues a list of remote station
dialing numbers assigned as
Abbreviated Dial Numbers.

ABBREVIATED TEL NUMBER LIST


Printing Procedure
TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25
TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
Press:
MENU

ABB.NBR NAME TEL NUMBER TIME MONI. BPS REPORT +


001 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 23:45 ON 144 ON
1234567
0987654321 +
SUB:12345678901234567890
SEP:112233445566
PWD:******************** +
109 GREENVILLE OFFICE 999999999 09:30 OFF 96 OFF
900 333-912345678

Station
Name
Station Dial Number:

Abbreviated ... Alternate Dial Number


Dial Number SUB, SEP, or PWD
... Type of Sub-address

Designated Time
Line Monitoring
Communication Speed
Limit (x 100)
TX Report Issue/Non-issue
Status

Attached Fax Option Status (if any)

197
Preset Dialing Number Lists - continued
One Touch Number List
Issues a list of dial numbers of
the remote stations assigned
to One Touch Dial Keys.

ONE TOUCH NUMBER INFORMATION


TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25
Printing Procedure
TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234

Press:
MENU

OT NBR NAME/FUNCTION ABB./GROUP/TEL NUMBER TIME MONI. BPS REPORT

01 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 23:45 ON 144 ON


+
1234567
0987654321
SUB:12345678901234567890
SEP:112233445566
+
PWD:********************
09 ABB.NBR 170
22 GROUP NBR 0123
35 REDFIELD HS 9-1-605-1234567 23:40 +

One Touch
Key Number

Station Name, or
Designated Time
use of the key
Line Monitoring
Communication Speed
Abbreviated Dial Number,
Limit (x 100)
Group Number, or actual
Dial Number TX Report Issue/Non-issue
Status
... Alternate Dial Number
SUB, SEP, or PWD Attached Facsimile Option Status (if any)

... Type of Sub-address

198
Preset Dialing Number Lists - continued
Group Number List
Issues a list of One Touch Key
or Abbreviated Dial Numbers
registered in Multi-address
Groups or Multi-polling Groups.
GROUP NUMBER INFORMATION

TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25


TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 Printing Procedure

Press:
MENU
GROUP NUMBER NAME OT/ABB. NUMBER

0001 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST OT 01 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST


02 MASAYA
+
03 akira
ABB. 111 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
1111 COMPANIES ABB. 121 HADANO +
122 Tokyo_Office
1999 AIUEOcorp. OT 25 Al_section
36 UEO_section
+

Group Number +
One Touch Key Numbers and Abbreviated Dial
Numbers belonging to the Group:
OT ..... One Touch Key Numbers
Group Name
ABB. ..... Abbreviated Dial Numbers

199
Preset Dialing Number Lists - continued
Address Book List
Issues a listing of names pro-
grammed to Abbreviated Dial
Number, One Touch Key, and
Group Number.
ADDRESS BOOK

TIME :JAN-31-05 14:25


TEL NUMBER :12345678901234567890
NAME :ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
Printing Procedure

NAME LOCATION ABB./OT/GROUP/TEL NUMBER Press:


MENU

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST OT 01 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890
0987654321 +
SUB:09876543210987654321
SEP:998877665544
PWD:********************
BCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST ABB. 001 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 +
1234567
Chicago Group GROUP 0001
GREENVILLE OFFICE ABB. 109 999999999
NEW YORK OFFICE ABB. 900 333-912345678 +

+
Names of Abbreviated
Dial Number, One
Station Dial Number/E-Mail Address
Touch Key or Group
Number ....... Alternate Dial Number
SUB, SEP, or PWD
.......... Type of Sub-address
OT ............. One Touch Key Numbers
ABB. .......... Abbreviated Dial Numbers
Group ........ Group Number

200
Function List
Issues a list to confirm the
functions currently set in this
FUNCTION LIST facsimile unit.
TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25
TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
Printing Procedure
MACHINE SETTINGS RX SETTING
AUTO RECEIVE MODE : AUTO SECURE RX : OFF
RING DELAY : 2 MEMORY RX : ON Press:
DIAL TYPE : MF RX REDUCTION : ON MENU

CALL NUMBER : DISCARD : ON


REDIAL MODE INTERVAL : 1MIN REVERSE ORDER PRINT : OFF
REDIAL MODE COUNTER : 5 PRIVILEGED RX : OFF +
RINGER VOLUME : 3 RTI : OFF
ALARM VOLUME : 3
KEY TOUCH VOLUME : 3 LISTS
MONITOR VOLUME : 3 JOURNAL +
SUPER ENERGY SAVER : MANUAL MANUAL : TX & RX
PRINTER POWER SAVER : ON AUTO : ON
START TIME : 04:00PM ERROR CODE : ON
END TIME : 09:00AM COMMUNICATION REPORT
ACCOUNT CODE : OFF DOCUMENT FEEDER TX : ALWAYS
LINE MONITOR : OFF MEMORY TX : ALWAYS(IMAGE)
RECEIVE INTERVAL : 3MIN MULTI ADDRESS TX : ALWAYS(IMAGE)
ECM : ON MULTI ADDRESS POLL : ALWAYS
SORT COPY : OFF RELAY ORIGINATOR : ALWAYS(IMAGE)
COPY REDUCTION : OFF RECEPTION LIST
COUNTRY/REGION : US LOCAL MAILBOX : OFF
LANGUAGE : ENGLISH REMOTE MAILBOX : ON

SCANNER & PRINTER TOTAL PAGE


DOCUMENT MODE SCAN : 237
RESOLUTION : STD PRINT : 273
CONTRAST : NORMAL DRUM COUNT : 3017
DOCUMENT LENGTH : 1m
PAPER SIZE ROM VERSION :
TRAY 1 : LETTER :
TRAY 2 : LETTER :

TX SETTING
MEMORY TX : ON
SECURITY TX : OFF
COVER SHEET : OFF
RECOVERY TX : OFF
TTI : INSIDE
SEND AFTER SCAN : OFF

201
Menu List
Issues a list of menu items
through which functions or op-
MENU LIST tions can be set.
TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25 This list can be a useful guide
TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 during machine programming.

1.FAX FEATURES 5.DEFAULT SETTINGS


1.SEND OPTION 1.MACHINE SETTINGS
01.SECURITY TX 01.SPEAKER VOLUME Printing Procedure
02.ECM 01.RINGER VOLUME
03.SUB ADDRESS COMM. 02.ALARM VOLUME
04.SEND AFTER SCAN 03.KEY TOUCH VOLUME
05.COVER SHEET 04.MONITOR VOLUME Press:
06.DELAYED COMM. 02.POWER SAVER MENU

07.PRIORITY 01.SUPER E.S.


08.RECOVERY TX 02.PRINTER P.S.
09.FAX SPEED 03.DEPARTMENT CODE +
2.LINE MONITOR 04.ACCOUNT CODE
3.POLLING 05.LINE MONITOR
01.POLLING 06.RECEIVE INTERVAL
02.POLLING RESERVE 07.ECM
4.PAGE NUMBER 08.SORT COPY
5.SECURE RX 09.REDIAL MODE
6.ITU MAILBOX 10.RECEPTION MODE
01.CONFIDENTIAL 1.FAX
02.BULLETIN BOARD 2.FAX/TAD
03.RELAY REQUEST 3.TEL/FAX
04.SETUP & DELETE 4.MANUAL
2.LISTS 11.COPY REDUCTION
1.FUNCTION 2.SCANNER & PRINTER
2.RESERVATION 01.DOCUMENT MODE
3.DEPARTMENT CODE 02.DOCUMENT LENGTH
4.ITU MAILBOX 03.PAPER SIZE
5.TELEPHONE NBRS 04.RESET DRUM COUNT
01.ALL OF LISTS 3.TX SETTINGS
02.ABB NUMBERS 01.MEMORY TX
03.ONE TOUCH NUMBERS 02.SECURITY TX
04.GROUP NUMBERS 03.COVER SHEET
05.ALPHABETICAL 04.RECOVERY TX
3.TEL LIST ENTRY 05.TTI
1.ABB NUMBERS 06.SEND AFTER SCAN
2.ONE TOUCH KEYS 07.SUPPLY ORDER
3.GROUP NUMBERS 4.RX SETTINGS
4.INITIAL SETUP 01.SECURE RX
1.LANGUAGE 02.MEMORY RX
2.DATE & TIME 03.RX REDUCTION
3.TERMINAL ID 04.DISCARD
4.DIAL TYPE 05.REV. ORDER PRINT
06.PRIVILEGED RX
07.RTI

202
Power Failure List
This facsimile has a battery to
back up the document memory
contents. Even when the power
is turned off (due to a power
failure, etc.), any communica-
POWER FAILURE LIST tion data stored in memory will
TIME : JAN-31-05 14:25
be retained for a period of ap-
TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 proximately 30 minutes. On
NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 exceeding that time limit, the
communication data stored in
memory is cleared, a list of the
File Numbers of those cleared
TX/RX FILE NBR FUNCTION communications will be printed.

001 MULTI TX
005 POLLING RX
006 PRG. CONT POLL
010 MULTI POLLING
Printing Procedure
POLLING/FAX M-BOX/MAILBOX FILE NBR FUNCTION MAIL FROM DATE TIME
101 POLLING LOCAL JAN-30 11:23
106 CONFIDENTIAL BOX *1234567890#12345678 9999999999999 JAN-31 07:55
107 BULLETIN BOARD ###***#123#999* LOCAL JAN-31 07:55 This list is automatically print-
ed after recovery from a power
MEMORY RECEPTION FILE NBR FROM DATE TIME failure event.
222 *1234567890123456789 JAN-30 21:37

RECOVERY TX FILE NBR FUNCTION


333 SINGLE TX

Type of
communication Station where the
communication or the Time of Input

Box Number Mail Box is input


File Number of the (in case of Mail Box
communication communication)

203
TROUBLESHOOTING
Error Messages
If an abnormal condition arises
in the facsimile or an incorrect Error Message Cause / Solution Error Message Cause / Solution
operation is performed, an
alarm buzzer is generated for
about 4 seconds and a mes- BROKEN REGISTRATION Autodialer numbers and initial set- MEMORY FULL The memory set aside for
sage to indicate the nature of tings have been lost (due to a long speed dial numbers (i.e. One
the error appears in the LCD period without power or a deplet- Touch Keys and Abbreviated
window. In that case, take cor- ed backup battery). Dial Numbers) has been ex-
rective action according to the hausted.
following table. STOP

Press to restore the idle Delete unneed numbers, alter-


nate numbers, and unnecessary
state. If this Error Message is re- pauses. Use shorter names for
peatedly displayed, machine pro- the dialing addresses.
gramming has become corrupted.
The machine must be re-initiatized JOB MEMORY FULL The maximum number of manu-
by a trained technician. Call for ally input phone numbers (100)
service. has been reached.

A power failure occurred during a Split your transmission into two


POWER FAILURE or more jobs.
communication, etc. The contents
of memory were cleared due to a MEMORY OVERFLOW There is not enough memory to
long power-off condition. perform the requested opera-
A Power Failure List is printed. tion.
Confirm the list contents (see STOP
page 203). Press to cancel the mes-
COVER OPEN A cover is open.
sage. Do the operation over
Firmly close all covers. again with the Direct Document
Transmission, or do the opera-
TONER NOT No Toner Cartridge and Drum Unit
tion again when enough residual
RECOGNIZED exist.
memory is regained.
Install the Toner Cartridge and
Drum Unit. If error message still DOCUMENT JAM A document jam has occurred.
exists after installation, call for ser- Remove the jammed document
vice. (see page 210).
If you request our service techni-
PAPER SIZE ERROR OR A recording paper jam has oc-
cian to use a toner cartridge other
PAPER JAM XX curred or paper size is mis-
than that of our recommendation
match.
(Page 27, 29:IMPORTANT),
please note that the message Remove the jammed paper or
“TONER NOT RECOGNIZED” will change the setting to select the
continue to be displayed after ser- current paper size (see pages
vice setting is changed. 21, 206, 211).

204
Error Messages - continued
Error Message Cause / Solution Error Message Cause / Solution

UPPER PAPER EMPTY No paper exists in the upper pa- CHECK TELEPHONE Line is not connected to the
per tray. This error occurs with LINE telephone line.
an optional paper tray installed.
Correctly connect a modular
Supply recording paper to the phone cord between the tele-
upper paper tray. phone line jack and the LINE
LOWER PAPER EMPTY No paper exists in the lower pa- connector on the rear side of
per tray. This error occurs with the machine (see page 10).
an optional paper tray installed.
DEVICE ERROR XX A printer system failure has oc-
Supply recording paper to the curred.
lower paper tray.
Power your machine off, then
PAPER EMPTY No recording paper exists in any back on. If the error condition is
paper tray. cleared, confirm normal opera-
tion. If the error condition re-
Supply recording paper to the turns, call your service repre-
paper tray(s). sentative.
TONER LOW The toner is nearly exhausted
(warning).

Replace the toner.

TONER EMPTY The toner is exhausted.

Replace the toner (see page


29).

DRUM UNIT WARNING The drum unit is within 4,000


prints of its end of life (warning).

Order a new drum unit and re-


place at your convenience (see
page 31).
REPLACE DRUM UNIT
The drum unit has reached the
end of its life.

Replace the drum unit (see


page 31).

205
Paper Jam Error Codes
If a paper jam occurs during a reception or copying operation, the message “PA-
PER SIZE ERROR OR PAPER JAM XX” is displayed. If this occurs, follow the pro-
cedure below.

The code number “XX” indicates the location of the paper jam as shown in the table
below.

Error
Cause How to Correct
Code

10 A paper jam has occurred in the Remove the jammed recording pa-
Recording Paper Tray or Bypass per.
Tray.

20 A paper jam has occurred in the Remove the jammed recording pa-
Optional Recording Paper Tray. per.

80 A paper jam has occurred at the Open the Front Cover, remove the
paper feed section of the paper Process Unit, and remove the
transport path. jammed recording paper.

90 A paper jam has occurred at the Open the RX Cover, remove the
paper exit section of the paper jammed recording paper.
transport path.

206
Error Codes Printed on Reports
When an Error Code is printed as a status indication on Transmission Reports, etc., refer to the following description for the applicable Error Code to determine the cause.

Error Error
Cause How to Correct Cause How to Correct
Code Code
10 Paper Empty Load recording paper and set the 42 Memory Overflow Wait until the memory is recov-
tray. ered by completing some of the
reserved jobs or remove other
11 Recording Paper Jam Open the cover and clear the re- causes if any, then retry the com-
cording paper jam. munication.

12 Document Paper Jam Remove the jammed document. 50 Line Busy Send the document again.

13 Cover Open Close the cover, then retry. 53 Security Mismatch in Relay or Confirm the remote party’s securi-
Mail Box transmission ty code, password, and your set-
20 Power Failure Retry the transmission or ask the up.
remote party to transmit the docu-
ment again. B0-B5 Signal Error or Line Condition Error Retry the communication. Fre-
C0-C4 quent failures may indicate a
E0 Error relating to the printer or Remove the cause of the error on D0-D2 phone line problem. If possible,
E6 memory. the printer, if any. Then ask the re- F0, F1 move the unit to another line and
mote party to retry the transmis- try your communications again.
sion. If not corrected, call your ser-
vice representative. 87 No residual memory was remain- Retry the transmission.
STOP
ing on the remote party’s machine
30 was pressed during the Retry the transmission or ask the for Relay or Mailbox transmission.
remote party to transmit the docu-
communication. ment again.

32 Page # Mismatch Check the actual document count.

33 Polling Error Check polling options setup (securi-


ty code, etc.), and check if the poll-
ing document exists.

207
Transmission Problems
When transmissions are not performed normally, check the points in the table be- Problem Cause Solution
low. If the facsimile will not operate correctly after confirming these points or any-
thing not listed here occurs, call your service representative. When document pag- Too many document pages Set a maximum of 40 pages
es are fed into the are set. (A4/Letter size) for one trans-
Problem Cause Solution unit, two pages are mission sequence.
drawn into the slot.
When you place a You have a machine error. Clear the error. The Operation Panel is not Close the Operation Panel until
document in the Check the display for an closed fully. it clicks at the two latching po-
document tray, noth- error message (see pages sitions.
ing happens. 204 and 205).
The document extension Extend it fully to support the
There is no power to the Make sure the power plug is Tray is not fully extended. document sufficiently.
facsimile. plugged into the AC outlet and
the power switch is ON. Something is wrong with Check the document to see if it
the document paper itself. satisfies the requirements (see
When you press The modular cord (the tele- Check the modular cord con- page 81).
START phone line cable) is not cor- nection between the wall socket
rectly connected. MONITOR The ADF pad is dirty. Clean the ADF pad.
in Direct and the facsimile. Press
and confirm you can hear a dial The sending proce- The document was loaded Load the document face down.
Document Transmis- dure was completed, with a wrong side down.
tone.
sion Mode, the mes- but nothing was re-
sage “DIALING” or The Dial Type setting of Set the correct Dial Type in ac- corded on the record- The Operation Panel is not Close the Operation Panel until
“COMMUNICATING” the facsimile is wrong. cordance with the line used for ing paper of the re- closed fully. it clicks at the two latching po-
does not appear on the facsimile (see page 45). ceiving party or the sitions.
the LCD display. image was elongated.

Documents are The document is not set Align the document guides The sending proce- The remote party’s unit is Verify the remote party’s unit.
fed obliquely correctly in the Document properly (but not too tightly). dure was completed not compatible with yours. This facsimile can communi-
(i.e. skewed). Tray. correctly, but nothing cate with G3 machines but not
happened. G4 machines.
The Operation Panel is not Close the Operation Panel until
closed fully. it clicks at the two latching po- Documents cannot Poor telephone line condi- Retry sending the document
sitions. be sent overseas. tions. using to the “Low Speed Trans-
mission” procedure (see page
174).

208
Reception Problems
When receptions are not performed normally, check the points in the table below. Problem Cause Solution
If the facsimile will not operate correctly after confirming these points or anything
not listed here occurs, call your service representatives. After the recording The recording paper is not Check the paper installation,
paper has been re- installed correctly. and make sure it is correct.
placed, a PAPER
Problem Cause Solution EMPTY error mes-
STOP
sage remains on the
When you are to re- A document is still in your Press to remove the LCD display.
ceive a document facsimile.
document. The received docu- The original document on Ask the sending party if the
and you press
ment is difficult to the sending side is of poor document contents are clear
START
The modular cord (tele- Firmly connect the modular read. Unnecessary quality. enough.
nothing hap- phone line cable) is dis- cord at both ends. lines are printed.
connected. MONITOR The sending unit requires Ask the sending party to make
pens. Press and confirm you adjustment. a copy of the same document
can hear a dial tone. using their facsimile. If the
quality is poor, the problem is
There is no power to the Check that the power plug is in the sending party’s unit.
unit. plugged into the AC outlet and
the power switch is ON. The recording unit requires If a copy is made on your fac-
cleaning. simile and the quality is poor,
There is no recording pa- Load recording paper in the re- clean the recording unit.
per. cording paper tray.
You receive a docu- The remote party loaded Request the remote party to
The RX cover is not Press down the RX cover until ment that is com- the document face up. make sure that document is
closed fully. it clicks at the two latching po- pletely blank, even loaded correctly.
sitions. though you and the
remote party fol-
Something is wrong with Ask the sending party to re-
lowed the correct
the sending machine. transmit the document.
procedures.
The recording paper The RX cover is not Press down the RX cover until
Recording paper jam The recording paper tray Check the tray.
does not come out. closed fully. it clicks at the two latching po-
occurs frequently. is not firmly closed.
sitions.
Something is wrong with Use recording paper with the
the recording paper itself. desired specifications.

209
Clearing a Document Jam
If a document jam occurs dur-
ing a transmission, the mes- 1 Remove Other 2 Open the Operation 3 Remove the 4 Close the Operation
sage “DOCUMENT JAM” is Documents Panel Jammed Document Panel
displayed in the LCD window.
Follow this procedure to clear a
document jam. Document

Leave the power of the fac- Open the Operation Panel. Remove the jammed docu- Firmly close the Operation
simile ON. ment. Check for pieces of pa- Panel.
Remove other documents from per, clips, or staples which
the Document Support, if any may have caused the failure. Confirm that the LCD display
(except the jammed portion). indicates that the facsimile is
in the Standby Mode.

NOTE:
As for a document that has
jammed in the facsimile,
make a duplicate using a
copier and do the transmis-
sion over again with the new
duplicate used as the send-
ing document.

210
Clearing a Recording Paper Jam
If a recording paper jam occurs Remove the Jammed
during a reception or a copying 1 Remove the 2 Remove the Jammed 3 Remove the Bypass 4 Paper (Recording
operation, the message “PA- Documents Paper (Bypass Tray) Tray Paper Tray)
PER SIZE ERROR OR PA-
PER JAM XX” is displayed in
the LCD window. Follow this Document
procedure to clear the jam.

The code number “XX” indi-


cates the location where the
paper jam has occurred as
shown in the table below.

Code Location
Leave the power of the fac- Remove the jammed paper Remove the Bypass Tray. Remove the jammed paper
10 In the Paper Tray and
simile ON. from the Bypass Tray. from the Recording Paper Tray.
Bypass Tray
Remove any document or re-
20 In the Optional Paper
cording paper from the Docu-
Tray
ment Support, Document Exit
80 At the paper feed area Tray or Recording Paper Exit
90 At the paper exit area Tray.

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Clearing a Recording Paper Jam - continued
Remove the Jammed
5 Replace the Bypass 6 Pull Out the Optional 7 Paper (Optional 8 Insert the Optional 9 Open the Front Cover
Tray Recording Paper Tray Recording Paper Tray) Recording Paper Tray

Replace the Bypass Tray. Remove the Optional Record- Remove the stack of paper Insert the Optional Recording Hold the Front Cover by the
ing Paper Tray. from the Optional Recording Paper Tray all the way into the grips on both sides of its upper
Paper Tray and remove the machine. part and pull it down to open it.
jammed paper from the ma-
chine. NOTE: NOTE:
As the tray is inserted, lis- Do not pull the Front Cover
ten for the sound of the pa- too strongly when opening
per pressure plate moving it.
up into position.

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Clearing a Recording Paper Jam - continued
Remove the Jammed Remove the Jammed
10 Remove the Process 11 Paper 12 Remove the Jammed 13 OPEN THE RX 14 Paper
Unit (Paper Feed Area) Paper (Fuser Area) Cover (Paper Exit Area)

Lift up and holding the green Remove the jammed paper in If the paper is jammed partway Open the RX Cover as shown Pull the leading edge of the re-
handle, gently pull out the Pro- the direction of the arrow. through the Fuser Unit (black above. cording paper which has been
cess Unit. Avoid tearing the paper. colored housing), remove the output in the exit.
jammed paper in the direction
CAUTION: of the arrow. Avoid tearing the
Always hold the Process CAUTIONS paper.
Unit by the green handle. • Do no touch the image
Transfer Roller.
NOTE:
• The black colored fuser If a paper is jammed before
housing may be hot if toner on the paper is fused,
the machine was in use be careful not to stain your
prior to this paper jam. hand or fingers with toner
when removing the jammed
paper.
Remove the jammed paper in
the direction of the arrow.
Avoid tearing the paper.

NOTE:
It is recommended to fold
the edge of jammed paper
as shown in the figure when
you remove the jammed pa-
per.

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Clearing a Recording Paper Jam - continued
If there is any received
15 Install the Process 16 Close the Front 17 Close the RX Cover document stored in
Unit Cover memory ...
If a recording paper jam oc-
curs during a reception, the
received documents are au-
tomatically stored in memo-
ry. In that case, the facsimi-
le will automatically print out
the received contents stored
in memory after clearing the
paper jam (if power was not
turned off).
Install the Process Unit into Press up the Front Cover until Press down on the RX Cover
the machine, aligning the it clicks to ensure the latches until a “Click” is heard to en-
guides of the Unit with the are engaged. sure the latches engage.
grooves inside the machine.
Verify the display has returned
Make sure the Process Unit is to the Standby Mode.
inserted inside the machine as
far as it will go.

NOTE:
Pressing in the Process
Unit forcibly could damage
the machine.

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When the Recorded Image is not Clear...
If the Document Scanner Unit
is dirty, your documents may
Document Scanner Cleaning Procedure
not be transmitted clearly. If
the Recording Unit is dirty, the 1 Open the Operation 2 Wipe the Glass
Surface and White 3 Wipe the ADF Pad
document you receive may not Panel Plate and Rollers
be clear. In that case, clean
the Document Scanner Unit or If the problem occurs during
Recording Unit using the fol- both a transmission and in
lowing procedures. You can copy mode, check the Docu-
check these problems by mak- ment Scanner Unit.
ing a copy.
If the problem occurs during
Examples of print problem: both receptions and copy
mode, check the Recording
Unit.

Open the Operation Panel. Wipe the Glass surface and Wipe the ADF Pad and Rollers
the White Plate with a soft dry with a dry cloth.
cloth.
• If it is very dirty, wipe it with
• If it is very dirty, wipe it with a cloth soaked in water and
a cloth soaked in water and wrung out, then wipe it with
wrung out, then wipe it with a dry cloth.
a dry cloth.
CAUTION:
Be careful not to injure your
finger(s) on the ADF spring
when you wipe the ADF
pad.

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When the Recorded Image is not Clear... - continued
Document Scanner Cleaning Procedure - continued

4 Close the Operation


Panel

Close the Operation Panel.

• Make sure that the hooks


on both sides are firmly
latched.

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When the Recorded Image is not Clear... - continued
Recording Unit Cleaning Procedure

1 Open the Front 2 Remove the Process 3 Wipe the Paper 4 Process Unit 5 Close the Front
Cover Unit Pickup Roller, etc. Cover

Hold the Front Cover by the Lift up and holding the green Wipe the Paper Pickup Roller Install the Process Unit into Press up the Front Cover until
grips on both sides of its upper handle, gently pull out the Pro- with a dry cloth. If the surfaces the machine, aligning the it clicks to attach securely.
part and pull it down to open it. cess Unit. require moisture to remove the guides of the Unit with the
dirt, use a cloth slightly damp- grooves inside the machine. Verify the display has returned
CAUTION: ened with water to remove the to the Standby Mode.
NOTES: Always hold the Process dirt, followed by a dry cloth. Make sure the Process Unit is
• If a problem with the Re- Unit by the green handle. inserted inside the machine as
cording Unit remains after far as it will go.
this action, you may re-
quire a new Toner Car- NOTE:
tridge or Drum Unit. Pressing in the Process
Check for dirt or paper un- Unit forcibly could damage
der the Toner Cartridge the machine.
and Drum Unit first. Call
your service representa-
tive for assistance.
• Do not pull the Front Cover
too strongly when opening
it.

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USER TEST MODE - AUTOMATIC TEST MODE
AUTO TEST
AUTO TEST mode permits you to automatically perform a series
of machine tests in one operation. 1 Display the TEST 2 Select the AUTO 3 Completed the
MODE Menu TEST Menu AUTO TEST
The test items performed by the AUTO TEST are:
Press: Press: When all the tests end, the
• FLASH ROM TEST
MENU
word “OPERATION COM-
Checks the program data, function data, and language data. PLETED” is displayed on the
+ screen and a Test Pattern is
• SRAM TEST printed. After printing, the dis-
Checks the SRAM Memory. The auto test starts, appears
on the screen indicating that play returns to showing the
• DRAM TEST the test is under way. standby mode screen.
Checks the DRAM Memory.
The results of the auto test can
• MODEM TEST TEST MODE AUTO TEST be confirmed with the self test
Checks the modem and checks for phone line current. 1.AUTO TEST ------------------- report. To print the self test re-
• SCANNER TEST 2.INDIVIDUAL TEST port, refer to “PRINTING A
Checks the image scanner. TEST RESULT” on page 230.
3.TEST RESULT LIST
• CODEC TEST AUTO TEST If the result of the auto test is
Checks the CODEC IC. --------------- judged to be NG, call your ser-
vice representative.
• PRINTER TEST
Checks the printer components for proper operation and prints To suspend the auto test,
one test page. STOP

• TONER IC TEST press .


Checks the TONER IC.
NOTES : • AUTO TEST cannot be performed if data (such as re-
ceived data, delayed transmission, or polling data) is
stored in memory.

• AUTO TEST takes approximately 7.5 minutes to com-


plete.

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- INDIVIDUAL TEST MODE
INDIVIDUAL TEST Summary
In INDIVIDUAL TEST mode, Select the Desired
you can perform specific tests 1 Enter the INDIVIDUAL 2 INDIVIDUAL TEST
on this facsimile. TEST Menu (01-07)

Press: MENU
MENU
Press or un-
til the desired INDIVIDUAL
+ TEST is displayed or enter the
desired INDIVIDUAL TEST (01
through 08) using the dial key-
+ pad.

INDIVIDUAL TEST
01.ADF TEST

02.KEY TEST
03.LED TEST
04.LCD TEST
05.SPEAKER TEST
06.SENSOR TEST
07.PRINT TEST
08.TONER IC TEST

NOTE:
Only 1 selection can be dis-
played at one time.

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ADF TEST
The ADF test checks the op-
eration of the ADF by trans- 1 Select the ADF TEST 2 Load the Documents 3 Select the ADF Test
porting and unloading docu- Menu Result
ments. You can check that the
ADF is normal if the number of Press: Load the documents in the If a document jam occurs dur- If the number of documents
documents loaded is consis- MENU
document support. ing transport, the screen below loaded is consistent with the
tent with the number of docu-
is displayed. number of documents unload,
ments transported and un- +
ADF TEST press:
loaded.
PRESS[START] ADF TEST
DOCUMENT JAM
+
Press:
Remove the jammed docu- If a document has not fed prop-
START
+ ments, the screen below is dis- erly (even once), press:
played.

+
The documents will be trans- ADF TEST
ported one by one and the [STOP] TO COMPLETE
number of documents unloaded
will be displayed at the lower
right on the screen. To continue the ADF Test,
press:
ADF TEST ADF TEST START

LOAD DOCUMENT PAGES 01

You can change the transport To end the test, press: Return to Step 2.

speed by pressing . STOP


MODE

STD: Fast
FINE (Same when HALF Go to Step 3.
TONE is set): Medium
U-FINE (Same when HALF ADF TEST
1.OK
TONE is set): Slow
2.NG

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ADF TEST - continued

4 Completed the
ADF TEST

The word “OPERATION COM-


PLETED” is displayed on the
screen and the unit returns to
the individual test selection
screen.

The result of the ADF test can


be confirmed with the self test
report. To print the self test re-
port, refer to “PRINTING A
TEST RESULT” on page 230.

If the result of the ADF test is


judged to be NG, call your ser-
vice representative.

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KEY TEST
The key test checks key
switch operation on the Opera- 1 Select the Key Test 2 Check the Keys 3 Exit the Key Test 4 Completed the
tion Panel. Menu Mode KEY TEST

Press: Press all the key switches ex- Press: The result of the key test can
MENU
STOP
STOP
be confirmed with the self test
cept . report. To print the self test re-
+ port, refer to “PRINTING A
STOP
TEST RESULT” on page 230.
If all the keys except The result of the key test
+ (“OK” or “NG”) is displayed on If the result of the key test is
have been detected, the screen the screen, and the unit re- judged to be NG, call your ser-
below is displayed. turns to the individual test vice representative.
+ menu screen.

KEY TEST KEY TEST


+ PRESS [STOP] OK

STOP

Unless is pressed
within 10 seconds after the
screen in Step 2 is displayed,
KEY TEST
the test result is judged to be
PRESS [STOP] LAST
NG.

NOTE:
The name of each key is KEY TEST
displayed on the LCD after NG
it is pressed.
NOTE:
STOP

If you press before


you press every key, the
machine will reset to the
Individual Test menu
screen and no test result
will be issued.

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LED TEST
The LED test checks LED op-
eration by lighting all the LEDs 1 Select the LED TEST 2 Check the LEDs 3 Select the Test Result 4 Completed the
on the Operation Panel. Menu Option LED TEST

Press: Visually check that all the If all the LEDs turn on, press: The word “OPERATION COM-
MENU
LEDs are on. After checking, PLETED” is displayed on the
STOP screen and the unit returns to
+ press . the individual test selection
If even one LED is not lit, screen.
press: The result of the LED test can
+
LED TEST be confirmed with the self test
1.OK report. To print the self test re-
+ port, refer to “PRINTING A
2.NG TEST” on page 230.

If the result of the LED test is


+
judged to be NG, call your ser-
vice representative.

All the LEDs blink or light with


the following message dis-
played.

LED TEST
[STOP] TO COMPLETED

If there was no input for 1


minute, Returns to display the
SETUP menu screen.

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LCD TEST
The LCD test checks LCD op-
eration by turning on and off all 1 Select the LCD TEST 2 Start the LCD Test 3 Select the Test Result 4 Completed the
the elements of the LCD on the Menu Option LCD TEST
Operation Panel.
Press: Press: If all elements of the LCD turn The word “OPERATION COM-
MENU
on and off normally, press: PLETED” is displayed on the
START screen and the unit returns to
+ the individual test selection
screen.

+ An underline moves from the If even one element fails to The result of the LCD test can
first column through the last turn on and off, press: be confirmed with the self test
column of the LCD, and then all report. To print the self test re-
+ elements turn on as shown. port, refer to “PRINTING A
TEST RESULT” on page 230.
A If the result of the LCD test is
+
judged to be NG, call your ser-
vice representative.

LCD TEST
PRESS [START]

Displayed for 5 seconds

LCD TEST
1.OK
2.NG

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SPEAKER TEST
The speaker test checks
speaker operation by changing 1 Select the SPEAKER 2 Check the Speaker 3 Select the Test Result 4 Completed the
the volume output from the TEST Menu Volume Option SPEAKER TEST
speaker.
Press: START If all volumes are output nor- The word “OPERATION COM-
MENU
Pressing changes the mally, press: PLETED” is displayed on the
screen and the unit returns to
+ volume level from “>” (mini- the individual test selection
mum) to “>>>>>>” (maximum) screen.
and “OFF” (no sound).
+ If even one of them is not out- The result of the speaker test
put normally, press: can be confirmed with the self
test report. To print the self
> test report, refer to “PRINTING
+ >> A TEST RESULT” on page
>>> 230.
>>>>
+ >>>>> If the result of the speaker test
>>>>>> is judged to be NG, call your
OFF service representative.

SPEAKER TEST
PRESS [START] After checking, press:

STOP

SPEAKER TEST
1.OK
2.NG

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SENSOR TEST
The sensor test checks if the
detection sensors operate nor- 1 Select the SENSOR 2 Check the Top Cover 3 Check the Front
mally. TEST Menu Cover

Press: Open the Top Cover. When its Open the Front Cover. When
The test items in SENSOR MENU
open state is detected, the its open state is detected, the
TEST mode are as follows:
screen below appears. After screen below appears. After
• Detection of Top Cover + checking that the screen is dis- checking that the screen is dis-
open/closed status played, close the Top Cover. played, close the Front Cover.
• Detection of Front Cover
+
open/closed status Detects the open state Detects the open state
• Detection of Recording Pa- of the Top Cover. of the Front Cover.
per and Recording Paper +
SENSOR TEST SENSOR TEST
Tray presence/absence sta-
CLOSE TOP COVER CLOSE FRONT COVER
tus
+ Close the Top Close the Front
NOTE: Cover Cover
When the sensor has bro-
ken, display does not SENSOR TEST SENSOR TEST
change next. OPEN FRONT COVER REMOVE PAPER
But about 40 seconds SENSOR TEST
passed, it will be set to NG. OPEN TOP COVER
If no recording paper is placed
in the Recording Paper Tray,
the screen below is displayed.
You can resume the test by
loading the paper.

SENSOR TEST
PUT IN PAPER

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SENSOR TEST - continued

4 Check the Paper Tray 5 Completed the


SENSOR TEST

Remove the Recording Paper If an Optional Recording Paper The result of the sensor test
in the Recording Paper Tray. Tray is installed, follow the can be confirmed with the self
When the absence of a Paper same test procedure for the test report. To print the self
is detected, the screen below Optional Recording Paper Tray. test report, refer to “PRINTING
appears. After checking that A TEST RESULT” on page
the screen is displayed, install SENSOR TEST 230.
the Recording Paper in the Pa- REMOVE PAPER TRAY 2
per Tray. If the result of the sensor test
Detects the absence is judged to be NG, call your
of the Recording Paper service representative.
Detects the absence of
the Recording Paper.
SENSOR TEST
SENSOR TEST PUT IN PAPER TRAY 2
PUT IN PAPER

Install the Recording Install the Recording Paper


Paper
The result of the sensor test
(“OK” or “NG”) is displayed on
SENSOR TEST the screen, and the unit returns
OK to the individual test selection
screen.

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PRINT TEST
The print test checks the print function by printing a test pattern.
1 Select the TEST 2 Select the Print 3 Completed the
PRINT Menu Result Option PRINT TEST

Print Sample
Press: If the test pattern prints prop- The word “OPERATION COM-
MENU
erly, press: PLETED” is displayed on the
screen and the unit returns to
+ the individual test selection
screen.

+ The result of the print test can


If the test pattern did not print be confirmed with the self test
properly, press: report. To print the self test re-
+ port, refer to “PRINTING A
TEST RESULT” on page 230.

If the result of the print test is


+
judged to be NG, call your ser-
vice representative.

PRINT TEST
PRINTING LIST

The test pattern is printed.

PRINT TEST
1.YES
2.ON

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TONER IC TEST
Toner IC Test checks if the IC
chip attached to the toner car- 1 Select the TONER IC 2 Display the Test 3 Completed the
tridge can be read correctly or TEST Result TONER IC TEST
not.
Press: If the test result is OK. The result of the toner IC test
MENU can be confirmed with the self
test report. To print the self
+ test report, refer to “PRINTING
TONER IC TEST A TEST RESULT” on page
OK 230.
+
If the result of the toner IC test
is judged to be NG, call your
If the test result is NG.
+ service representative.

+ TONER IC TEST
NG

Press:

Start the Toner IC Test

TONER IC TEST
TESTING

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- TEST RESULT
PRINTING a TEST RESULT
This test result list prints out the results of the individual tests as
a self test report. 1 Select the TEST
RESULT Menu

Press:
Print Sample MENU

XXXXX
TEST RESULT REPORT +
TIME : JAN-31-05 09:23PM
TEL NUMBER :
NAME :
+
TEST CONTENTS RESULT NOTE DATE & TIME

AUTO TEST
FLASH ROM

PROGRAM NG 2C86 JAN-31-05 02:18PM


FUNCTION NG 59E5 JAN-31-05 02:18PM
LANGUAGE NG 80B0 JAN-31-05 02:19PM
SRAM
ADDRESS BUS OK JAN-31-05 02:19PM
After completion of the list out-
DRAM
DATA BUS OK JAN-31-05 02:19PM put, the display returns to the
ADDRESS BUS OK JAN-31-05 02:19PM standby mode screen.
DATA BUS OK JAN-31-05 02:25PM
MODEM
SCANNER
RAM OK JAN-31-05 02:25PM
SHADING OK JAN-31-05 02:25PM
CODEC JAN-31-05 02:25PM
PRINTER JAN-31-05 02:26PM
INDIVIDUAL TEST
ADF TEST OK U-FINE JAN-31-05 02:24PM
KEY TEST -
LED TEST OK JAN-31-05 02:24PM
LCD TEST OK JAN-31-05 02:24PM
SPEAKER TEST OK JAN-31-05 02:24PM
SWITCH TEST OK JAN-31-05 02:24PM
PRINT TEST OK JAN-31-05 02:24PM

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- REMOTE SERVICE-AUTOMATIC SUPPLIES ORDER
Automatic Supplies Order Setting
This machine can automatically send an order sheet to a designated fax machine informing your supplier that a replacement Drum Unit or Toner Cartridge is required.

Contact your local authorized dealer for information on this setting.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Document Size: Width ..... 216 mm max. Power Required: 220 VAC, 50/60 Hz
148 mm min.
Length ... 1000 mm max. Power Consumed: Max. 1000 W (operating), 2 W or less (standby
100 mm min. in Super Energy Saver mode)

Recording Paper Size: Letter, Legal, A4 Unit Dimensions: Width ..... 408 mm
Depth .... 685 mm
Recording Paper Tray Capacity: Up to 250 sheets Height ... 403 mm
(with the recommended paper) (All dimensions excluding protrusions)

Bypass Tray Capacity: 1 sheet (with the recommended paper) Weight: Less than 11.5 kg

Effective Scanning Width: 214 mm (8.43 inches)

Effective Printing Width: 208 mm (8.2 inches) Outer appearance, specifications, etc. may be changed without prior notice.

Compatibility Communication Modes: If any trouble is encountered, contact your authorized TOSHIBA facsimile
ECM, G3 dealer.
The clock function and programming data of this device are preserved with a
Scanning Density: Horizontal ..... 8 dots/mm (203 dpi),
built-in battery. If the power supply is cut off over a long time, the battery may
16 dots/mm (406 dpi)
become discharged, causing the recorded data to be lost.
Vertical ......... 3.85 lines/mm
7.7 lines/mm
15.4 lines/mm

Transmission Rate: V17 and V.34:


33600/31200/28800/26400/24000/21600/19200/
16800/14400/12000/9600/7200/4800/2400 bps

Encoding Systems: JBIG/MMR/MR/MH

Recording and Printing Method: Electrophotography and Laser Printing

Memory Capacity: 7 MB

Machine Type: Desktop type with both transmission and re-


ception functions

Applicable Networks: PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network)

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SUPPLIES HARDWARE OPTIONS

A4-size Recording Paper: Optional Paper Tray: MY-1025A4

Letter-size Recording Paper:

Legal-size Recording Paper:

Drum Unit: OD170F

Toner Cartridge: T170F

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[MEMO]

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INDEX

A Character Entry ............................................................................................ 36


Deleting .............................................................................................. 37
Abbreviated Number
Inserting ............................................................................................. 37
Abbreviated Dial Number List ............................................................. 197
Replacing ........................................................................................... 37
Communications Options ................................................................... 67
Cleaning
Delete ................................................................................................. 66
Document Scanner Cleaning .............................................................. 215
Dialing ................................................................................................ 90
Recording Unit Cleaning ..................................................................... 217
Modify ................................................................................................ 66
Communication Journal ................................................................................ 186
Registration ........................................................................................ 65
Settings .............................................................................................. 178
Access Codes, see also Passwords, and Security Codes
Communication Status
Department Code Setting ................................................................... 52
Displaying Current Job Status ............................................................ 105
Account Codes
Confidential Box ........................................................................................... 115,125
Account Code Entry ........................................................................... 140
Configuration Summary ................................................................................ 45
Setup .................................................................................................. 56
Contrast Setting ........................................................................................... 84
Alphabet Dialing ........................................................................................... 91
Copy Reduction ............................................................................................ 64
Automatic Reception Mode (AUTO RECEIVE) ............................................ 62,102
Copying ........................................................................................................ 86
Autodialer
Page Sorting Function ........................................................................ 86
Abbreviated Dialer Dialing .................................................................. 90
Page Sorting Function Default Setting ............................................... 60
Abbreviated Dialer Registration .......................................................... 65
Paper Size For Copying ..................................................................... 86
Alphabet Dialing ................................................................................. 91
Tray Selection .................................................................................... 87
Group Number Registration ................................................................ 77
Thick Paper Selection ........................................................................ 88
One Touch Dialer Registration ........................................................... 71
Cover Sheet
One Touch Key Dialing ...................................................................... 89
Attaching a Cover Sheet .................................................................... 168
Quick Start ......................................................................................... 34
Printing a Cover Sheet ....................................................................... 168
Address Book List ........................................................................................ 200
Registration ........................................................................................ 144
Automatic Supplies Order ............................................................................ 231

B D
Date and Time .............................................................................................. 40
Bulletin Board Box ........................................................................................ 115,125
Default Setting .............................................................................................. 85
Bypass Tray ................................................................................................. 9
Document Mode ................................................................................. 85
Installation .......................................................................................... 19
Contrast Level .......................................................................... 85
Paper Installation ............................................................................... 23
Resolution ................................................................................ 85
Memory Transmission ........................................................................ 93
C Reception Mode ................................................................................. 62
Canceling Security Transmission ....................................................................... 143
Direct Transmission ........................................................................... 106 Delayed Communication ............................................................................... 170
Memory Job Reservation ................................................................... 106 Use with Abbreviated Number registration ......................................... 68
Open Mailbox Documents (Local Hub) ............................................... 137 Use with One Touch key registration ................................................. 74
Reception ........................................................................................... 106 Delayed Polling Reception ............................................................................ 170
Chain Dial ..................................................................................................... 141

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Department Code File Number and Residual Memory ............................................................... 93
Access ............................................................................................... 139 Front View .................................................................................................... 9
Control List ......................................................................................... 195 Function Keys .............................................................................................. 14
Initialization (Setting) .......................................................................... 52 Discard, see Reception Settings
Maintenance ....................................................................................... 54 Function List ................................................................................................. 201
Department Control List ................................................................................ 195
Drum Unit and Toner Cartridge Installation ................................................... 27 G
Dial Type ...................................................................................................... 44
Dialing Methods ............................................................................................ 89 Group
Abbreviated Dialing ............................................................................ 90 Group Broadcast Transmission .......................................................... 108
Alphabet Dialing ................................................................................. 91 Group Number List ............................................................................. 199
Keypad Dialing ................................................................................... 92 Group Number Registration ................................................................ 77
On-hook Dialing .................................................................................. 105 Multi-Key Quick Broadcast Transmission .......................................... 109
One Touch Key Dialing ...................................................................... 89 Relay Transmission ........................................................................... 111
Direct Document Transmission .................................................................... 95
Default Setting ................................................................................... 95 H
External Off-hook Transmission ......................................................... 99 Hardware Options ......................................................................................... 233
On-hook Transmission (Monitor Speaker Dialing) .............................. 98
Redialing ............................................................................................ 106
Report Setting .................................................................................... 180
I
Temporary Direct Transmission ......................................................... 97 Initial Setting
Documents Date and Time .................................................................................... 40
Acceptable Document Sizes .............................................................. 81 Dial Type ............................................................................................ 44
Document Exit Tray ........................................................................... 9,15,18 Language ............................................................................................ 39
Document Length Setting ................................................................... 149 Terminal ID ......................................................................................... 42
Document Support ............................................................................. 9,15,18 ITU-T Compatible ......................................................................................... 125
Loading ............................................................................................... 82
Drum Unit Replacement ............................................................................... 31 J
Job Status .................................................................................................... 105
E Journals, see Communication Journals
ECM (Error Correction Mode)
Default ECM Setting .......................................................................... 59 K
Disabling ECM Temporarily ................................................................ 163
Keypad Dialing ............................................................................................. 92
Error Codes Printed on Reports .................................................................... 207
Error Messages ............................................................................................ 204
L
F Language Selection ...................................................................................... 39
Line Monitor
Fax Speed .................................................................................................... 67,73,174
Default Setting ................................................................................... 57
Features ....................................................................................................... 7

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Transmission Options ........................................................................ 175 Open Mailbox (ITU-T Compatible) ...................................................... 115
Use with Abbreviated Number registration ......................................... 68 Overview ............................................................................................ 114
Use with One Touch key registration ................................................. 74 Reception List Settings ...................................................................... 185
Lists, see List and Reports Memory Reception Setting ........................................................................... 156
List And Reports ........................................................................................... 178 Memory Transmission .................................................................................. 93
List And Report Print Format And Printing Procedure .................................. 186 Memory Transmission Report ...................................................................... 188
Department Control List ..................................................................... 195 Memory Transmission Report Setting .......................................................... 181
Function List ...................................................................................... 201 Menu List ...................................................................................................... 202
Memory Transmission Report ............................................................ 188 Menu Operation ............................................................................................ 35
Menu List ........................................................................................... 202 Multi-Address Polling .................................................................................... 123
Multi-Address Transmission Report ................................................... 190 Multi-Address Transmission (Broadcasting) ................................................. 108
Multi-Polling Report ............................................................................ 191 Group Broadcast Transmission .......................................................... 108
Mailbox (ITU-T Compatible F-Code Communication) List .................. 194 Multi-Key Quick Broadcast Transmission .......................................... 109
Power Failure List .............................................................................. 203 Report ................................................................................................ 190
Preset Dialing Number Lists ............................................................... 196 Report Setting .................................................................................... 182
Abbreviated Dial Number List .................................................. 197 Multi-Key ...................................................................................................... 109
All of Lists ................................................................................ 196 Multi Mailbox Reservation ............................................................................ 119
Group Number List ................................................................... 199 Multi-Polling Report ...................................................................................... 191
One Touch Number List ........................................................... 198 Multi-Polling Report Setting .......................................................................... 183
Relay Send Originator Report ............................................................. 192
Reservation List ................................................................................. 189 N
Transmission Report .......................................................................... 187
Transmission/Reception Journal (Communication Journal) ................ 186 Notice to Users ............................................................................................. 1
Lists and Reports Options Settings .............................................................. 178
Communication Journal Settings ........................................................ 178 O
Communication Report Settings ......................................................... 178 One Touch Key
Communication Options ..................................................................... 73
M Delete ................................................................................................. 72
Mailbox (ITU-T Compatible) .......................................................................... 125 Dialing ................................................................................................ 89
Cancelling a Documents in a Mailbox (Local Hub) ............................. 137 Modify ................................................................................................ 72
Deleting a Mailbox .............................................................................. 127 One Touch Number List ..................................................................... 198
Deleting Documents ........................................................................... 137 Registration ........................................................................................ 71
Mailbox List ........................................................................................ 194 Retain ................................................................................................. 72
Overview ............................................................................................ 114 Operation Panel ............................................................................................ 12
Printing a Document from a Mailbox (Local Hub) ............................... 135 Function Keys .................................................................................... 14
Reserving a Document to a Mailbox (Local Hub) ............................... 131 Optional Recording Tray ............................................................................... 11
Retrieving (Polling) a Document from a Mailbox (Remote Hub) ......... 133 Paper Installation ............................................................................... 24
Sending a Document to a Mailbox (Remote Hub) .............................. 129
Setting Up a Mailbox .......................................................................... 125 P
Mailbox Communications Page Count ................................................................................................... 176
Mailbox Reception Report .................................................................. 193

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Paper Exit Tray, see Recording Paper Reception Mode Selection ................................................................. 104
Paper Jam Error Codes ................................................................................ 206 Receiving Interval Setting ............................................................................ 58
Passwords, see also Access Code, and Security Code Reception Journal ......................................................................................... 186
ITU Sub-address ................................................................................ 164 Automatic Output ............................................................................... 178
System Password (PWD) .................................................................. 165 Manual Output .................................................................................... 178
PIN Mask ..................................................................................................... 150 Settings .............................................................................................. 178
Polling Reception List Settings, see Lists And Reports Options Settings
Overview ............................................................................................ 114 Reception Settings
Polling Reception ............................................................................... 114 Discard ............................................................................................... 158
Delayed Polling Reception ....................................................... 170 Reduction ........................................................................................... 157
Multi-Address Polling Reception .............................................. 123 Reverse Order Printing Setting ........................................................... 159
Secure Polling Reception ......................................................... 121 Recording Paper
Simple Polling Reception ......................................................... 121 Installation .......................................................................................... 20
Polling Reservation ............................................................................ 114 Paper Size, Recording Area ............................................................... 104
Multi Mailbox Polling Reservation ............................................ 119 Tray .................................................................................................... 9,15,19
Security Polling Reservation .................................................... 116 Tray (Option) ...................................................................................... 11
Simple Polling Reservation ...................................................... 116 Recovery Transmission
Power Failure List ......................................................................................... 203 Setting ................................................................................................ 145
Power Saver Operation Transmitting (Sending) ....................................................................... 172
Printer Power Saver ........................................................................... 50 Redialing ....................................................................................................... 100,106
Super Energy Saver ........................................................................... 50 Automatic Redialing ........................................................................... 100
Preset Dial Number Lists, see Lists & Reports Manual Redialing Direct Transmission ............................................... 100
Print Manual Redialing Jobs in Memory ..................................................... 101
Printing Supplies Replacement .......................................................... 29 Redial (Interval and Counter) Setting .................................................. 61
Reverse Order Printing Setting ........................................................... 159 Reduction, see Reception Settings or Copy Reduction
Privileged Reception ..................................................................................... 160 Relay Transmission
Overview ............................................................................................ 111
Q Relay Send Originator Report ............................................................. 192
Relay Originator Report Setting .......................................................... 184
Quick Start ................................................................................................... 34 Remote Service ............................................................................................ 231
Remote Terminal ID (RTI) Print .................................................................... 161
R Replacement
Rear View ..................................................................................................... 10 Drum Unit ........................................................................................... 31
Receiving ...................................................................................................... 102 Toner Cartridge ................................................................................... 29
Automatic Reception Mode ................................................................ 102 Reports, see Lists And Reports
FAX/TAD Switching Mode ................................................................. 102 Reservation List ........................................................................................... 189
Manual Receiving Mode ..................................................................... 103 Residual Memory & File Number ........................................................ 93
Selecting Quick Start ......................................................................... 34 Resolution, Scan Setting Adjustment ........................................................... 83
TEL/FAX Switching Mode .................................................................. 103
Reception Mode Default Setting ......................................................... 62

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Reverse Order Printing Setting ..................................................................... 159 Using with One Touch Key Registration ............................................. 73
Ringer Volume Adjustment ........................................................................... 46 Supplies
RTI (Remote Terminal ID) Print .................................................................... 161 Automatic Supplies Order .................................................................. 231
Installation .......................................................................................... 27
S Replacement ...................................................................................... 29
Scan Resolution ........................................................................................... 83
Secure Polling .............................................................................................. 121 T
Secure Reception ......................................................................................... 151 Terminal ID ................................................................................................... 34
Access Code Setting ......................................................................... 151 Terminal ID Setting ............................................................................ 42
Activation Period ................................................................................ 153 Terminal ID, Quick Start .................................................................... 34
Temporary Stop ................................................................................. 155 Test Mode .................................................................................................... 218
Security Code, see also Passwords, and Access Codes Toner Cartridge Replacement ....................................................................... 29
Polling Security Code ......................................................................... 117 Transmission Journal ................................................................................... 186
Secure Reception ............................................................................... 151 Setting ................................................................................................ 178
Security Polling Reservation ........................................................................ 116 Transmission Options .................................................................................. 162
Security Transmission .................................................................................. 162 Attaching or Printing a Cover Sheet ................................................... 168
Send After Scan Communication Report Print .............................................................. 177
Default Setting ................................................................................... 148 Delayed Communication (Time Designation) ...................................... 170
Temporarily ........................................................................................ 166 Dialing with Sub-Address ................................................................... 164
Setup Disabling ECM Temporarily ................................................................ 163
Bypass Tray ....................................................................................... 9,15,19 Line Monitor ....................................................................................... 175
Document Exit Tray ........................................................................... 9,15,18 Low Speed Transmission ................................................................... 174
Document Support ............................................................................. 9,15,18 Priority Transmission ......................................................................... 171
Facsimile Machine Installation ........................................................... 17 Security Transmission ....................................................................... 162
Printing Supplies Installation .............................................................. 20 Send After Scan Temporarily ............................................................. 166
Quick Start ......................................................................................... 34 Sending Recovery Transmission ........................................................ 172
Receiving ........................................................................................... 34 Setting the Page Count ...................................................................... 176
Recording Paper Exit Tray ................................................................. 9,15,19 Transmission Report .................................................................................... 187
Recording Paper Tray ........................................................................ 9,15,19 Troubleshooting ............................................................................................ 204
Unpacking .......................................................................................... 15 Clearing a Document Jam .................................................................. 210
User Interface Operation .................................................................... 35 Clearing a Recording Paper Jam ........................................................ 211
Simple Polling .............................................................................................. 121 Error Codes Printed on Reports ......................................................... 207
Simple Polling Reservation ........................................................................... 116 Error Messages .................................................................................. 204
Sort Copy Setting ......................................................................................... 60 Reception Problems ........................................................................... 209
Specifications ............................................................................................... 232 Transmission Problems ..................................................................... 208
Speed Dial, see Abbreviated Number When the Recorded Image is not Clear .............................................. 215
Sub-Address Communication TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) Print ................................................................... 146
Dialing with Sub-address .................................................................... 164 TX Report ..................................................................................................... 68,74
Using with Abbreviated Number Registration ..................................... 67

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User Interface Operation .............................................................................. 35
User Test Mode
Auto Test ........................................................................................... 218
Individual Test .................................................................................... 219
ADF Test ................................................................................. 220
Key Test .................................................................................. 222
LCD Test.................................................................................. 224
LED Test.................................................................................. 223
Sensor Test ............................................................................. 226
Speaker Test ........................................................................... 225
Print Test ................................................................................. 228
TONER IC Test ....................................................................... 229
Printing a Test Result ........................................................................ 230

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Volume Adjustment
Alarm Tone ......................................................................................... 47
Bell Ringer .......................................................................................... 46
Key Touch Tone ................................................................................. 48
Monitor ............................................................................................... 49

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