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Dear Customer,
The fax machine you have purchased enables you to use other corded and cordless telephones with it. It also offers
features to simplify its installation and convenient use. Below you will find some of the most important functions:

SENDING FAX MESSAGES
To send a fax message longer than one page you can place one page at a time in the document feeder. If your machine
has an integrated answering device, it is also possible to receive fax messages into memory in case you run out of
thermal paper. Stored messages are printed as soon as you have loaded a new thermal paper roll.

USE OF ADDITIONAL (CORDLESS) TELEPHONES
Your fax machine will support other additional devices including corded and cordless telephones. If you have answered an
incoming call, you will have the opportunity to transfer the call from the cordless phone to the fax, or vice versa. Even
after the integrated answering device has switched on, you have the possibility to answer the call from an additional
telephone and switch off the answering device. Call transfer between cordless phones depends on the capability of the
cordless phones themselves.

HELP KEY
To ensure you get the best from your machine it has a dedicated HELP key. When pressed, the machine prints an
overview of all the basic operations of the fax machine.

EASY INSTALL
keep pressed
for at least
2 seconds

HELP

The help key will also guide you through the installation of your fax machine. Press and hold the HELP key for two
seconds and a sheet will be printed out. Use this sheet together with the display prompts to aid the installation of your
machine. Once you have gone through these steps the machine will automatically configure itself. Should you add an
additional device at a later date, just go through EASY INSTALL again to verify them.

SERIAL/PARALLEL CONFIGURATION
Your fax machine is especially designed to operate with other telecom products such as cordless telephones, external
answering devices and PC modems, connected to the same PTT line. When the fax machine is connected in SERIAL (i.e.
phones are connected directly to the fax) it has full control of the behaviour of all other telephones connected to the line.
Alternatively if the machine is connected in PARALLEL (i.e. phones are connected to other telephone sockets) it will have
a limited control of all the other telephones. By using EASY INSTALL you will ensure that the connected phones will
operate correctly in each configuration.

FAX SWITCH/TIMER
The machine will automatically switch between DAY and NIGHT modes, an icon on the display will indicate the current
status. The default settings are Night from 10 pm and Day from 6 am. You can of course change these settings to suit your
own requirements.

DAY MODE

AND NIGHT MODE

(with/without built-in ANSWERING DEVICE

)

During DAY it is assumed that you want to be alerted to an incoming call. Dependent on the configuration fax messages
will be received after one ring and you will be alerted to an incoming voice call. If the machine has an integrated answering
device, the call will be answered after a few rings.
In NIGHT mode it is assumed that you do not want to be disturbed. If your machine does not have a built-in answering
device it will ring at a reduced volume. However, if it has a built-in answering device, you have the choice not to be
disturbed at all, as voice and fax calls can be received silently.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Important information for safe installation:
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Never connect your fax machine to the power supply or telephone socket during a thunderstorm.
Never connect the telephone in damp rooms unless the wall sockets are specially designed for humid conditions.
Never touch uninsulated telephone or power cables unless the telephone cable is disconnected from the
telephone line and/or the power cable is disconnected from the power line.
Never install the fax machine close to radiators or air conditioners.
Place the fax machine on a flat surface and ensure a minimum clearance of 15 cm between the fax machine and
other machines and objects.
Make sure that your fax machine is stable and rests squarely on the supporting surface. Any fall can cause
severe damage to the fax machine and/or injury to people, especially small children.
Make sure that air circulates freely around the fax machine. Do not operate the fax machine in closed boxes,
cupboards, cabinets etc. Leave a clear space of 10 cm around the ventilation grilles of the fax machine. Never
cover the fax machine (tablecloths, paper, folders etc.). Do not place the fax machine on beds, tablecloths,
cushions, sofas, carpets or other soft underlays due to the danger of overheating and subsequent fire.
Ensure safe cable laying (danger of stumbling, damage to the cable or the fax machine).

Important information for safe operation:
Never expose your fax machine to rain or any other form of moisture, in order to
prevent the risk of electric shock or fire.
In a thunderstorm, disconnect the fax machine from both the mains and the
telephone line. If you are unable to disconnect the fax machine, do not use it and do
not telephone due to the danger of lightning strike and/or damage to the device. The
exception to this rule is the cordless telephone detached from its base station.
To prevent the risk of electric shock it is not allowed to open the flap on the bottom
of the paper compartment. Opening the flap is strictly reserved to authorised
service personnel.

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Please read all warning notices and instructions and follow them precisely.
Avoid operating the fax machine in direct sunlight.
Disconnect the fax machine from the mains and telephone line before cleaning the surface of the machine. Never
use liquid or gaseous cleaning agents (sprays, scouring agents, polishes etc.).
Never touch the power plug/socket or telephone socket with wet hands.
Do not allow any liquid to enter the fax machine. Otherwise there is a risk of electric shock or other injury to
people and severe damage to the fax machine. If any liquid does enter the fax machine, immediately remove the
power plug and have the fax machine professionally inspected.
Do not place any heavy object on the fax machine.
Never block the ventilation openings of the fax machine.
If the display breaks, a mildly corrosive liquid may leak out. Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
In case of any damage caused to the housing of your fax machine in particular to power cables please remove the
mains plug and call your service repair centre. The housing of your fax machine may only be opened by
authorised service personnel.

Other instructions:
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If you have not connected your fax machine to the mains, it will not function at all--even for making telephone
calls.
If you notice a change in the performance of your fax machine or the quality of its functions, please call your
service agent.

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INTRODUCTION
INSTALLATION

1 INTRODUCTION

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BASIC
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2 INSTALLATION

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THE FAX
SWITCH

4 THE FAX SWITCH

THE TELEPHONE

FAX

5 THE TELEPHONE

6 THE FAX

7 THE ANSWERING DEVICE
(only for fax machines with built-in answering device)

ADDITIONAL
FUNCTIONS

8 ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS

TROUBLESHOOTING

9 TROUBLESHOOTING

10 APPENDIX

APPENDIX

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THE ANSWERING
DEVICE

THE FAX

FAX

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Table of contents
1 Introduction ................................................. 3

6 The fax ........................................................ 26

Important information ......................................................... 3
Overview of the machine .................................................. 3
Location of controls for fax machines without
built-in answering device ................................................... 4
Location of controls for fax machines with
built-in answering device ................................................... 5
Description of machine ...................................................... 6
General view of functions .................................................. 7

Sending faxes .................................................................. 26
Improving the picture quality ............................................ 27
Transmission report--error report ................................... 28
Fax journal ....................................................................... 28
Polled reception ............................................................... 28
Quick polling .................................................................... 29
Faxing to sub-addresses ................................................. 29
Receiving faxes in memory--Paperless fax
reception (only for fax machines with built-in
answering device) ........................................................... 29

2 Installation ................................................... 8
the correct location ............................................................ 8
connecting to the telephone socket ................................... 8
connecting the spiral cable to the handset ........................ 8
connecting the handset to the fax machine ....................... 8
connecting to the power supply ......................................... 8
connecting additional devices ............................................ 8
loading and removing thermal paper and ........................... 8
the easy install function ..................................................... 8
Location of the base station of a cordless telephone ......... 8
Connecting to a home telephone system .......................... 9
Connecting to a private branch exchange ......................... 9
Tone or pulse dialling/PABX setting ................................... 9

3 Basic functions .......................................... 11
Language of display and reports ..................................... 11
Entering time and date ..................................................... 11
Entering your number and name ..................................... 12
Ringer selection .............................................................. 12
Volume of the ringer ......................................................... 13
Volume of the loudspeaker .............................................. 13

4 The fax switch ............................................ 14
Alternatives available with the fax switch--
DAY/NIGHT/TIMER ........................................................ 14
The fax switch in use with additional devices .................. 14
Serial configuration ..................................................... 14
Parallel configuration ................................................... 15
TIMER mode ................................................................... 15
DAY Mode ....................................................................... 16
NIGHT mode--for fax machines WITHOUT
built-in answering device ................................................. 18
NIGHT mode--for fax machine WITH
built-in answering device ................................................. 19

7 The answering device (only for fax
machines with built-in answering device) ................. 30
Switching on/off the answering device ............................ 30
Recording and playing back your outgoing
message ......................................................................... 30
Adjusting the recording time ............................................ 31
Listening to messages ..................................................... 32
Volume of messages ....................................................... 32
Deleting messages .......................................................... 32
Automatic forwarding of messages ................................. 33
Recording a telephone conversation ............................... 34
VIP code ......................................................................... 34
Remote access ............................................................... 35
Preparing your fax machine for remote access .......... 35
Remote access of the answering device .................... 35

8 Additional functions .................................. 37
Copying ........................................................................... 37
EASY LINK--Setting additional devices ......................... 37
HELP function ................................................................. 38
Short dial and telephone book list .................................... 38
Fax reception: EXPERT .................................................. 39

9 Troubleshooting ......................................... 40
Service code ................................................................... 43

10 Appendix .................................................. 44
Technical specification .................................................... 44
Glossary ......................................................................... 45
Index ............................................................................... 46
Your international guarantee ............................................ 49

5 The telephone ............................................ 20
Making a call ................................................................... 20
Redial .............................................................................. 20
Caller ID (Identity of the caller) ........................................ 20
Deleting entries from the Redial or
Caller ID memory ............................................................ 21
Short dial ......................................................................... 21
Telephone book ............................................................... 22
Correcting and deleting stored short dial or
telephone book entries .................................................... 23
On-hook dialling .............................................................. 24
Hands-free operation (only for devices with
built-in answering device) ................................................ 24
Muting the microphone .................................................... 25
Call transfer ..................................................................... 25

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INTRODUCTION

1 Introduction
Important information
Connection of your fax machine to the telephone line: your fax machine has been tested to conform with standards
UL 1950, EN 60950 and IEC 950 and may only be operated on networks conforming to these standards.
Suppression: We hereby certify that the fax machine complies with EN 55022 VDE Part 1 Class B interference
suppression.

This equipment is not designed for making telephony calls when the power fails.
Alternative arrangements should be made for access to emergency services.
Keep the power plug free and easily accessible. The machine has no power on/off
switch, so the plug is used to switch off the power.
The fax machine has been built exclusively for operation in the country of purchase. It
complies to local telephone company regulations and will not function correctly in
other countries.
When copying or sending fax messages or during a long telephone conversation on an
external telephone, the handset on the fax machine may become slightly warm. This is
normal as the machine will not be in stand-by and will be consuming more energy.
In stand-by mode (the display shows time and date) your fax machine is automatically
in energy saving mode!

Overview of the machine
Check that the following items are included in the packaging:

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Telephone cable with plug
Telephone handset
Spiral cable for telephone handset
Fax machine

5 Thermal paper roll
6 User manual
7 Easy Installation Guide

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Location of controls for fax machines without built-in answering device
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COPY

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STOP

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DISPLAY

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MNO

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PQRS

HELP

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START

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1 DAY/NIGHT/TIMER key: to select the different operation modes
Press briefly: to choose between DAY and NIGHT
Press and hold (at least for two seconds): to select the TIMER mode
(the precise settings must be made in function 31 DAY, 32 NIGHT or 33 TIMER--see chapter 4 The fax switch)
2 CURSOR LEFT key:
Press briefly: to select options/to adjust the volume/to delete a character
Press and hold (at least for two seconds): to delete a complete line
3 Display: see chapter 1 Introduction/Description of the machine
4 FUNCTION key/OK key: for calling up functions/to confirm entries/for rapid access to fax reports
5 CURSOR RIGHT key: to select options/to adjust the volume/to insert a space when entering a name
6 HELP key: Press briefly: printout of operating instructions for the most important functions
Press and hold (at least for two seconds): printout of an Easy Install guidance
7 MUTE/CALL TRANSFER key: if this key is pressed during a call, the microphone will be temporarily muted/this key is
also used to transfer a call from the fax machine to an additional telephone connected in series to the fax machine
8 Dial pad for entering numbers and names
9 TELEPHONE BOOK key: Press briefly: to call up a name entry
Press and hold (at least for two seconds): to store a name entry
10 SHORT DIAL 1-9: Press briefly: to select a telephone number quickly
Press and hold (at least for two seconds): to store a telephone number
11 START/COPY key: to start transmission or to copy
12 STOP key: stops procedures
13 FINE/PHOTO key: to select a higher resolution when copying or sending (FINE--for text and graphics; PHOTO--for
photographs)
14 Indicator lamp CHECK DISPLAY: if this lamp flashes, please read the message on the display
15 REDIAL key:
Press briefly: to repeat the last five numbers you have dialled/to make a dialling pause between two digits
Press and hold (at least two seconds): to switch over to the telephone numbers of the last 10 received calls *
16 DIAL key: for dialling without lifting the handset
17 R key: for special functions e.g.: for use with a private branch exchange (on a modern connection, for switching to
another call) and for using various functions provided by your service provider (call waiting etc.)

* only possible, if this function is supported by your telephone service provider

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CLEAR

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FINE / PHOTO
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COPY

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START

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1 PLAY/PAUSE key: to play back messages. The key flashes when new messages have been recorded.
2 CURSOR LEFT key: Press briefly: to select options/to adjust the volume/to delete a character
Press and hold (at least for two seconds): to delete a complete line
3 Display: see chapter 1 Introduction/Description of the machine
4 FUNCTION key/OK key: for calling up functions/to confirm entries/for rapid access to fax reports
5 CURSOR RIGHT key: to select options/to adjust the volume/to insert a space when entering a name
6 HELP key: Press briefly: printout of operating instructions for the most important functions
Press and hold (at least for two seconds): printout of an Easy Install guidance
7 DAY/NIGHT/TIMER key: to select the different operation modes
Press briefly: to choose between DAY and NIGHT
Press and hold (at least for two seconds): to select the TIMER-mode
(the precise settings must be made in Function 31 DAY, 32 NIGHT or 33 TIMER--see chapter 4 The fax switch)
8 Dial pad for entering numbers and names
9 TELEPHONE BOOK key: Press briefly: to call up a name entry
Press and hold (at least for two seconds): to store a name entry
10 SHORT DIAL 1-9: Press briefly: to select a telephone number quickly
Press and hold (at least for two seconds): to store a telephone number
11 RECORD key: Press briefly: to play back your outgoing messages
Press and hold (at least for two seconds): to record a new outgoing message
12 CLEAR key: to delete messages and entries
13 START/COPY key: to start transmission or to copy
14 STOP key: stops procedures
15 FINE/PHOTO key: to select a higher resolution when copying or sending (FINE--for text and graphics; PHOTO--for
photographs)
16 Indicator lamp CHECK DISPLAY: if this lamp flashes, please read the message on the display
17 MUTE/CALL TRANSFER key: if this key is pressed during a call, the microphone will be temporarily muted/this key is
also used to transfer a call from the fax machine to an additional telephone connected in series to the fax machine
18 REDIAL key: Press briefly: to repeat the last five numbers you have dialled/to make a dialling pause between two digits
Press and hold (for at least two seconds): to switch over to the telephone numbers of the last 10 received calls *
19 LOUDSPEAKER key: for dialling without lifting the handset and for hands-free operation
20 R key: for special functions, e.g. for use with a private branch exchange (on a modern connection, for switching to
another call) and for using various functions provided by your Service Provider (call waiting etc.)
* only possible, if this function is supported by your telephone service provider

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INTRODUCTION

Location of controls for fax machines with built-in answering device

Description of machine
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Spiral cable for the telephone handset
Operation panel
Document outlet
Telephone handset
Mains cable with power plug
Document guide
Document feed slot
Paper tear strip
Thermal paper outlet

Operation panel
Inner paper cover
Paper compartment
Paper adjustment part
(for 210 mm thermal paper rolls)

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FINE

PHOTO

DMM

The pointers on the display indicate different modes:
FINE/PHOTO

indicates whether you are sending or copying with a higher picture quality or with grey
tones. If neither are highlighted, then the standard resolution will be used. To change the
resolution use the FINE/PHOTO key.

DMM *

is highlighted when the document memory contains faxes.

ANSWERING DEVICE *

and DAY mode
pointers (function 31):
Answering device
are shown, when the answering device is switched on.
Answering device
and NIGHT mode pointers (function 32):
in NIGHT mode the answering device is always switched on
(i.e. the answering device arrow is always visible in NIGHT mode).

DAY/NIGHT/TIMER

three different display pointers indicate the current operating mode. You can
select the desired operation mode with the DAY/NIGHT/TIMER key.

* only for fax machines with built-in answering device

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To keep the use of functions as simple as possible, they are grouped logically. You can print out a list of all functions:
OK
FUNCTION

Press the FUNCTION key three times. Below please find an example
of a function list:

FUNCTION LIST 15-MAY-99 12:30
1 INSTALLATION
11 SET LANGUAGE
12 SET TIME/DATE
15 DIAL MODE

2 FAX

3 FAXSWITCH

22 POLLED REC.

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DAY
Night
timer
EASYLINK

4 OTHERS
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fax journal
DIALLING LIST
TRANSM.REPORT
RINGER TYPES
service code

5 ANSWERING DEV.
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record. TIME
ACCESS CODE
VIP CODE
FORWARDING

current settings
your name:
your tel. NO.:
configuration:
dial mode:
pabx:
day:
NIGHT:
TIMER DAY:
EASYLINK:
ROM VERSION:

SERIAL
tone
no
fax: QUICK
total rings: 5
tam: ring 3
total rings: 3
06:00-22:00
FAX RECEpt.:
TRANSFER:
REL. LINE:
V1.10 2A UK

tam: SMART
tollfree rings: 1
tollfree rings: 0
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Below you will find a list of all functions with a short description. The setting of these functions is explained on the pages
indicated.
1 Setup

11 Set language
12 Set time and date
15 Dial mode

Select the language of the display text ................................................... 11
Setting time and date ............................................................................. 11
Setting the dial mode and for operation on an extension .......................... 10

2 Fax

22 Polled reception

You can call up fax messages .......................................................... 28, 29

3 Fax switch

31 Day
32 Night
33 Timer
34 Easylink

Setting the operating mode DAY ........................................................ 16, 17
Setting the operating mode NIGHT .................................................... 18, 19
Setting the operating mode TIMER ......................................................... 15
Setting three different codes for use with additional telephones .......... 37, 38

4 Others

41 Fax Journal
42 Dialling list
43 Transmission report
44 Ringer types
45 Service code

Log of the last 10 documents received and sent ..................................... 28
Print out of stored names and numbers .................................................. 38
Automatic print out of transmission protocols .......................................... 28
Selection between five ringer types ........................................................ 12
Deleting personal settings ...................................................................... 43

5 Answering device
(for fax machines
with built-in
answering device)

51 Recording time
52 Access code

Setting for recording duration of calls ...................................................... 31
Setting the code for the remote control of the answering device
and for message forwarding ................................................................... 35
Authorised callers can override the answering device ............................. 34
Messages forwarded to another telephone number ................................. 33

53 VIP code
55 Forwarding

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INTRODUCTION

General view of functions

2 Installation
This chapter contains specific information you might need during installation of your fax machine.

On the enclosed "Quick and easy installation of your fax machine" sheet you will find the basic installation elements,
such as:

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the correct location

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connecting to the telephone socket

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connecting the spiral cable to the handset

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connecting the handset to the fax machine

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connecting to the power supply

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connecting additional devices

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loading and removing thermal paper and

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the easy install function

Please use the information from the "Easy Install" sheet to aid the installation of your
machine!

Location of the base station of a cordless telephone
If you attach a cordless phone to your fax machine you should place the base station at least 15 cm away from the
machine. This should ensure that you do not experience any acoustic feedback from the handset. For fax machines with
built-in answering device acoustic feedback may occur on your built-in answering device or whilst speaking hands-free.

15 cm

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Connecting to a home telephone system

PTT

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Connect the fax machine as the first device to the line and the home telephone
system (HTS) like an additional device as second.

Connecting to a private branch exchange
(several PTT lines)

PTT

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Connect the fax machine to an extension line of the private branch exchange
(PABX). In order to operate your fax machine on an extension, you need to
enter the appropriate settings in function 15.
Your fax machine does not support private branch exchanges, which need the
earth signal to obtain an outside line. Please refer to your PABX manual.

Tone or pulse dialling/PABX setting
In function 15 you can both select tone or pulse dialling and whether or not you are connected to a private branch
exchange.
Tone or pulse dialling
Your phone can dial in two different ways. Older telephone networks usually work with pulse dialling whilst modern, digital
systems use tone dialling, which is the fastest dialling mode.
You can change the dialling mode of your fax machine. If you do not know which mode is supported by your telephone
line, contact your telephone company.

If you cannot establish the desired telephone/fax connection to the called party, select a
different dialling mode.

There are no general regulations for home telephone systems. Therefore we cannot provide you with generally valid
operating rules. Refer to the operating instructions provided by the manufacturer.
If your telephone network works on pulse dialling, you can still send tone signals by pressing the
* key or the # key. All numbers are then transmitted in the tone dialling method. As soon as you replace the handset
on the fax machine, your fax machine will switch back to pulse dialling.

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INSTALLATION

(one PTT line)

PABX setting
PABX systems are most common in large companies. They provide a kind of internal telephone network. In order to
connect to the public network you must first dial an outside line.
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DIAL MODE:

DIAL MODE: PULSE

Press the OK key.

PABX:

NO

PABX:

yes

Press the OK key.

OK

15 dial mode

Press the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key in order to switch
to operation on a PABX extension or regular line.

FUNCTION

Select function 15 by pressing the FUNCTION key and then choosing
number 15.

Press the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key to select TONE
or PULSE.

OK

OUTSIDE LINE: 0

TONE

FUNCTION

OK
FUNCTION

OK
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FUNCTION

OK
FUNCTION

Now enter the key that has to be pressed to obtain an outside line
(outside line access code). This is either 0 , the R key or another
number. Some PABXs need this entry to be deleted with the
CURSOR LEFT key (
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OUTSIDE LINE: R

Press the OK key.

CHECK:

Press OK. Your machine will then check that the outside line can be
obtained.

CHECKING...

... if the check is successful, the following message will appear briefly
in the display:

CHECK OK

... if the check is unsuccessful, the following message will appear
briefly in the display:

CHECK NOT OK

In this instance you will be asked to repeat the entry. Change either
the dial mode or check the key for obtaining an outside line.
However, if you have chosen the correct dial mode as well as the
correct key and this message still appears, delete the key for obtaining
the outside line by pressing the CURSOR LEFT key (
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YES

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If you press a wrong key by mistake, press the STOP key as often as necessary to
return to the original position.

BASIC
FUNCTIONS

Print out a function list before you change any of the settings (press the FUNCTION key
three times) to keep a note of the factory settings.

Language of display and reports
You can select the language in which messages are displayed and reports are printed.
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LANGUAGE:ENGLISH
SPRACHE: DEUTSCH

Press the OK key to confirm.

OK

11 Set language

Press the OK key.

*

Select function 11 by pressing the FUNCTION key and then enter
number 11.

Select the language required using the CURSOR LEFT or
CURSOR RIGHT key.

FUNCTION

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FUNCTION

OK
FUNCTION

Entering time and date
You can enter the current time and date. At the turn of the millennium your fax machine will switch automatically
from 99 to 00.
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TIME:

,0:00

Use the dialpad to enter time and date
(e.g. 1 2 3 0 for 12:30).

OK

12 Set Time/date

Press the OK key.

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Select function 12 by pressing the FUNCTION key and then enter
number 12.

TIME:

12:3?

Press the OK key. Enter the correct year, month and day. Confirm
each entry with OK (e.g. 9 9 OK 0 5 OK 1 5 OK ).

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FUNCTION
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FUNCTION

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If you want to delete your individual settings, select function 45 "Service code" (see chapter
9 Troubleshooting/Service code).

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Entering your number and name
If you send a fax "your name" and "your telephone number" will be transmitted at the top of each page (the first 4 mm)
together with the date, time and page number.

If you want to enter or change "your name" and "your number " , press the HELP key for
at least two seconds and do the Easy Install procedure again.

When you enter your number a maximum of 20 digits can be used. Use the key * or the key # to enter the "+ " , that
) to enter a
is often used in international fax numbers in front of the country code, and the CURSOR RIGHT key (
space.
When you enter your name (maximum 32 digits), the number keys are used to enter letters. Every key has a number of
different characters. The following table shows which characters are entered by which key. Every time you press a
particular key you will call up the next character. After the last character the sequence starts again from the beginning.
press

1x

2x

3x

4x

5x

6x

7x

8x

9x

10x

11x

12x

13x

14x

15x

0

space

.

-

0

+

?

/

:

*

%

!

(

)

[

]

1

1

2

A

B

C

2

a

b

c



?

AE





?

ae



3

D

E

F

3

d

e

f

4

G

H

I

4

g

h

i

5

J

K

L

5

j

k

l

6

M

N

O

6

m

n

o

?



?



7

P

Q

R

S

7

p

q

r

s

8

T

U

V

8

t

u

v





9

W

X

Y

Z

9

w

x

y

z

16x



Ringer selection
You can choose between five different ring signals.
1

FUNCTION

2

3

4

OK

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

OK
FUNCTION

Enter function 44.

44 RINGER TYPES

Press the OK key.

RINGER TYPE: 1

Select using the keys
selected.
OK

1

to

5

. You will hear the signal you have

RINGER TYPE: 3
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Confirm your entry by pressing OK.

FUNCTION

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Volume of the ringer
You can adjust the volume of the ringer when the fax machine is in stand-by mode or if it is just ringing. Please note that
different volumes are set in DAY and NIGHT mode (see chapter 4 The fax switch).

RINGER:

Change the volume by pressing the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR
RIGHT key until the desired volume is achieved.

RINGER:
BASIC
FUNCTIONS

Press the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key. The display
shows the current setting for about three seconds.

Volume of the loudspeaker
You can adjust the volume at any time after having pressed the DIAL or LOUDSPEAKER key.
* Press the DIAL or LOUDSPEAKER key.

SPEAKER:

If you wish to adjust the displayed value, press the CURSOR LEFT
and CURSOR RIGHT keys until the desired volume is achieved.

STOP

DIAL NUMBER

Press the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key. The display
shows the current setting.

DIAL

SPEAKER:

Finish your entry by pressing STOP.

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* For fax machines without built-in answering device: DIAL key
For fax machines with built-in answering device: LOUDSPEAKER key

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FAX

4 The fax switch
The intelligent fax switch enables you to phone or fax from the same telephone connection. This smart fax
switch also enables you to make optimal use of additional devices.

Alternatives available with the fax switch--DAY/NIGHT/TIMER
Your fax machine behaves differently during the day and night.
For example, in DAY mode, you may wish to be informed whenever you receive a telephone call or fax, and so the fax
machine will ring. In NIGHT mode you may wish not to be disturbed, faxes will therefore be received silently, i.e. without
the fax machine ringing. When TIMER mode is activated, your fax machine automatically switches between DAY and
NIGHT by the aid of a built-in clock.
Of course you can switch off the TIMER mode and switch over between DAY and NIGHT manually.

The fax switch in use with additional devices
(Cordless telephone, answering machine, etc.)
Your fax switch supports all connections for additional devices. There are two different types of connection (schematic
description):

PTT
SERIAL:

PTT

PARALLEL:

Your machine will operate in different ways in the DAY and NIGHT modes, depending on whether it is serial or parallel
connected. Using EASY INSTALL (press the HELP key for at least two seconds), your fax machine will always be set to
the ideal mode for your connection.

Serial configuration
If your fax machine has automatically set to SERIAL configuration with the aid of EASY INSTALL, the optimal functionality
of your fax machine (especially when used with additional telephones) is given. With this type of connection, all calls are
first transferred to your fax machine and from there to all other telephones. Consequently, the "intelligent fax switch" can
identify telephone and fax calls and transfer them accordingly.
If your connection is SERIAL, with the aid of EASY INSTALL your fax machine will be set to the following optimum mode:
Mode

WITHOUT built-in answering device

WITH built-in answering device

Day

Fax reception mode: QUICK

Fax reception mode: QUICK
Answering device: ON/LOUD

Night

Fax machine: QUIET

Answering device: rings three times

Timer

activated

activated

To find out the type of connection or the configuration selected by your fax machine, print out the function list by pressing
the FUNCTION key three times.

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Parallel configuration
A PARALLEL configuration does not permit the full functionality of the intelligent fax switch. With a PARALLEL connection,
each call arrives simultaneously at your fax machine and each additional telephone. Consequently, your fax machine is
now unable to control the additional telephones. Also, calls cannot be transferred between your fax machine and another
parallel telephone.
If your connection is PARALLEL, with the aid of EASY INSTALL your fax machine will be set to the following optimum
mode:
Mode

WITHOUT built-in answering device

Day

Fax reception mode: NORMAL

WITH built-in answering device
Fax reception mode: NORMAL
Answering device: ON/LOUD

Fax machine: RINGS

Answering device: rings three times

Timer

activated

activated

TIMER mode
By default, your fax machine is set to TIMER mode, i.e. your fax machine switches automatically from DAY to
NIGHT mode and vice versa, provided that you have set the right time after installing your fax machine or with
function 12 "Entering time and date " . The fax machine is factory set to switch to NIGHT mode at 10 pm. and
back to DAY mode at 6 am.
Deactivating/Activating TIMER mode
If you want to switch off the activated TIMER function press
the DAY/NIGHT/TIMER key for at least two seconds until you hear
a confirmation tone and the TIMER pointer disappears. Only the DAY
or NIGHT pointer will then appear on the display.

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FINE

If you would like to activate the TIMER mode press the
DAY/NIGHT/TIMER key again for at least two seconds until you hear
a confirmation tone and the TIMER pointer as well as the DAY or
NIGHT pointer appear on the display.

PHOTO

DMM

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FINE

PHOTO

DMM

Configuring/checking the TIMER time
1

3

5

6

7

FUNCTION

2

4

OK

8

9

0

#

*

OK
FUNCTION
1

2
5

6

7

8

9

0

33 timer

Press the OK key.

Day: 06:00

Enter the time at which you want your fax machine to switch
automatically to DAY mode.

DAY: 07:30

To confirm press the OK key.

Night: 22:00

Enter the time at which you want your fax machine to switch
automatically to NIGHT mode.

night: 20:00

To confirm your settings press the OK key.

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3

4

Enter function 33.

#

*

OK
FUNCTION
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

OK
FUNCTION

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THE FAX
SWITCH

Night

DAY mode
In DAY mode you can set how your fax machine should respond when it receives a fax. For units with built-in answering
device, this can be switched on and off using this function.

In TIMER mode your fax machine automatically switches from DAY mode to NIGHT mode and vice
versa. If you only want to use your fax machine in DAY mode (TIMER mode deactivated) press the
DAY/NIGHT/TIMER key for at least two seconds until you hear a confirmation tone and the TIMER
pointer disappears.

The following options are available for fax reception:
FAX RECEPTION MODE

SERIAL CONFIGURATION

PARALLEL CONFIGURATION

Faxes are received automatically after ringing
at least once.
For phone calls, your fax machine acts as a
normal telephone and starts to ring
immediately.
Other telephones ring as often as your fax
machine.
Advantages: faxes are received after only a
few rings.

Faxes are received automatically after ringing
at least once.
For phone calls , your fax machine acts as a
normal telephone and starts to ring
immediately.
Other telephones ring at least once.

fax:

quick

Fax:

normal

Faxes are received automatically but only after
several signals.
For phone calls, your fax machine acts as a
normal telephone and starts to ring
immediately.
Other telephones ring as often as your fax
machine.
Advantages: the caller only pays call charges
when you answer the phone or fax reception
begins.

Faxes are received automatically after a few
ringing signals.
For phone calls , your fax machine acts as a
normal telephone and starts to ring
immediately.
Other telephones ring until the built-in
answering device is activated or fax reception
is started.
Advantages: you have about five rings during
which to pick up the handset of your fax
machine or other devices.

fax:

manual

On receiving a fax, your fax machine acts as a
normal telephone. If you lift the handset and
recognise that the caller is trying to send a fax
(tone or silence) press the START key and
replace the handset after two seconds. Fax
reception starts.
For phone calls, your fax machine acts as a
normal telephone and starts to ring
immediately.
Other telephones ring simultaneously with
your fax machine. You can start fax reception
by pressing the keys * and 5 on the other
telephone. This mode only works if your
telephone sends tone dialling signals.
Advantages: You have the option of receiving
faxes on your computer or another device (the
built-in fax switch is switched off).

In fax reception, your fax machine acts as a
normal telephone. If you lift the handset and
recognise that the call is a fax call (tone or
silence) press the START key and wait for two
seconds. Then replace the handset. Fax
reception starts.
For phone calls , your fax machine acts as a
normal telephone and starts to ring
immediately.
Other telephones ring both for fax and
telephone calls. You can start fax reception by
pressing the keys * and 5 on the other
telephone. This mode only works if your
telephone sends tone dialling signals.
Advantages: You have the option of receiving
faxes on your computer or other device (the
built-in fax switch is switched off).

Fax:

expert

Here you can enter your personal settings.
See chapter 8 Additional functions/Fax reception: EXPERT.

FAX: NORMAL; If you answer a call on your fax machine or an additional device and you recognise that it is a fax call you
will have to start fax reception manually (see FAX: MANUAL).

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Configuring/checking DAY mode
1

FUNCTION

2

3

4

OK

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

OK

31 day

Press the OK key.

*

Enter function 31.

fax:

FUNCTION

quick

With the CURSOR LEFT and CURSOR RIGHT keys you can now
choose between the above mentioned settings.

FUNCTION

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To confirm press the OK key.

For units with a built-in answering device the following message also appears:

tam:

on/loud

TAM:

smart

tam:

on/loud

Your answering device will be activated automatically after a large number of rings.

In case of a phone call, your answering device is activated automatically after the 5th
ringing signal. After the first message left by a caller, the answering device of your
machine is automatically reduced to two rings. After you have listened to your
messages, the next incoming call will again automatically activate the answering
device after five rings.
You are able to check remotely whether new messages have been left on your
answering device (if your answering device activates after two rings you know right
away that new messages have been left). This configuration is especially
advantageous when you are e.g. on holiday or on a business trip.

tam:

off

Your answering device is switched off.

You can select one of the automatic answering device modes
described above with the CURSOR LEFT/CURSOR RIGHT keys.

To confirm your settings, press the OK key.

OK

TAM:

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FUNCTION

smart

You can receive a telephone call on the additional telephone even after the built-in answering device has already been
activated. If you have a serial connection, the built-in answering device is automatically switched off after lifting the
handset of the other telephone. If your connection is parallel, you can switch off your outgoing message by pressing the
* key twice.

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THE FAX
SWITCH

OK

NIGHT mode--for fax machines WITHOUT built-in answering device
In TIMER mode your fax machine automatically switches from NIGHT mode to DAY mode and vice
versa. If you only want to use your fax machine in NIGHT mode (TIMER mode deactivated) press the
DAY/NIGHT/TIMER key for at least two seconds until you hear a confirmation tone and the TIMER
pointer disappears.

The following settings are available in NIGHT mode :
FAX RECEPTION MODE

SERIAL CONFIGURATION

PARALLEL CONFIGURATION

fax:

quiet

Faxes are received automatically and silently.
For phone calls, your fax machine rings
softly.
Other telephones only ring for phone calls.
Advantages: faxes are received without
disturbing you.

Faxes are received automatically and silently.
For phone calls, your fax machine rings
softly.
Other telephones ring at least once.
Advantages: You hear a maximum of two rings
when you receive a fax.

Fax:

rings

Faxes are received automatically after about
five soft rings.
For phone calls your fax machine rings softly.
Other telephones ring as often as the fax
machine.
Advantages: you are informed when receiving
a fax.

Faxes are received automatically after about
five soft rings.
For phone calls your fax machine continues to
ring softly.
Other telephones ring until fax reception
starts.

Fax:

expert

You can enter your personal settings here.
See chapter 8 Additional functions/Fax reception: EXPERT.

Configuring/checking NIGHT mode for fax machine without answering device
1

2

3

4

OK

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

OK

Enter function 32.

32 night

Press the OK key.

Fax:

rings

You can select one of the fax reception modes described above with
the CURSOR LEFT/CURSOR RIGHT key.

FUNCTION

fax:

quiet

Press the OK key to confirm the desired setting.

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FUNCTION

OK
FUNCTION

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NIGHT mode--for fax machine WITH built-in answering device
In NIGHT mode you can set the ringing characteristics of your answering device. Fax reception is always silent and the
answering device is always activated.

In TIMER mode your fax machine automatically switches from NIGHT mode to DAY mode and vice
versa. If you only want to use your fax machine in NIGHT mode (TIMER mode deactivated) press the
DAY/NIGHT/TIMER key for at least two seconds until you hear a confirmation tone and the TIMER
pointer disappears.

The following options are available for fax reception:
SERIAL CONFIGURATION

PARALLEL CONFIGURATION

tam:

Faxes are received automatically and silently.
For phone calls, your fax machine rings 1-4
times (depending on setting), then the
answering device is activated.
Other telephones behave in the same way as
the fax machine.
Advantage: You have the opportunity of
answering calls personally even at night.

Faxes are received automatically and silently.
For phone calls, your fax machine rings 1-4
times (depending on setting), then the
answering device is activated.
Other telephones ring at least once.
Advantage: Other telephones ring at least
once. Faxes are received soundlessly.

Faxes are received automatically and silently.
For phone calls, the answering device is
activated immediately. Messages are recorded
soundlessly. Your fax machine does not ring.
Other telephones ring at least once.
Advantages: You hear a maximum of two
rings. Faxes are received automatically and
phone calls are immediately answered by the
answering device silently. Please note that in
this mode you cannot be contacted by phone
in an emergency (unless function 53 VIP
CODE is activated).

ring 3

You can choose from one to four
rings using the
keys.

tam:

silent

Faxes are received automatically and silently.
For phone calls, the answering device is
activated immediately. In this mode the
loudspeaker is switched off.
Other telephones do not ring.
Advantages: You will not be disturbed, even
when receiving phone calls. The built-in
answering device records all messages
silently. Please note that in this mode you
cannot be contacted by phone in an
emergency (unless function 53 VIP CODE is
activated).

tam:

expert

Here you can enter your personal settings.
See chapter 8 Additional functions/Fax reception: EXPERT.

Configuring/checking NIGHT mode for fax machine with answering device
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

FUNCTION

0

#

*

OK

Enter function 32.

32 night

Press the OK key.

tam:

ring 3

You can select one of the settings described above with the CURSOR
LEFT/CURSOR RIGHT keys.

OK

tam:

silent

FUNCTION

OK

Press the OK key to confirm the desired setting.

FUNCTION

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THE FAX
SWITCH

FAX RECEPTION MODE

5 The telephone

Making a call
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

Dial the desired number. If you enter a wrong digit, delete it using the CURSOR LEFT key (
). Lift
the handset. The fax machine will dial. During the call, the call duration appears on the display after
about 10 seconds.

If, after dialling, you hear the dial tone instead of a ringing tone, change the dial mode
setting by selecting function 15.

Redial
You can redial the last five numbers dialled simply by pressing one button.
Press the REDIAL key repeatedly until the desired number is shown on the display. Lift the handset.
Your machine will automatically dial the last number shown.

Caller ID (Identity of the caller--not available in all countries)
Your fax machine is capable of showing the caller's identity (telephone number) on the display of your fax machine, before
you lift the handset. To have this feature at your disposal you must subscribe to it via your telephone service provider.

Please note that the Caller ID feature is not supported by all providers.
If you have connected an additional telephone to your fax machine which is also
equipped with the Caller ID function, the identity of the caller will then not be displayed
on the additional telephone but on the fax machine.

Searching through the Caller ID memory
To search through the Caller ID memory press the REDIAL key for at
least two seconds. You will hear a confirmation tone. The display
shows either
the amount of received calls that have not been answered, e.g.
or, if you have answered all your calls, an already existing entry in
your caller's list will be shown.
For example, two calls have not been answered:
The new entries are marked with a "* " . As soon as you have had a
look at them, the "*" disappears. The display shows number and/or
date and time of the received call.

2 new calls
1: 12345
2 new calls
*1: 12345

If you want to make a call and you lift the handset before dialling the desired telephone number you cannot correct wrong
entries with the CURSOR LEFT key any more.

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If you did not receive the ID information the display will show:
(this occurs if e.g. the caller has an unlisted telephone number)

unknown number
unknown caller

Using the CURSOR LEFT/CURSOR RIGHT key you can now step
through the entries.

STOP

*2: 54321

Press STOP to return to stand-by-mode.

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Dialling a telephone number from the call list
The telephone numbers of the last 10 received calls are stored.

1: 12345

Press the CURSOR LEFT/CURSOR RIGHT key repeatedly until the
desired entry is shown on the display.

4: 67890

Lift the handset. Your fax machine will automatically dial the last entry
shown.

DIALLING...
THE TELEPHONE

Press the REDIAL key for at least two seconds until you hear a
confirmation tone. The latest entry in your caller's list appears on the
display.

Deleting entries from the Redial or Caller ID memory
You can as well delete an entry while searching through your Redial or Caller ID memory.

Press the CURSOR LEFT key for at least two seconds.

yes

With the CURSOR LEFT/CURSOR RIGHT key you can now choose
whether you wish to delete one entry or all entries.
OK

delete:

delete:

no

DELETED

Confirm with OK. The display shows for two seconds:

FUNCTION

Short dial
There are short dialling keys available which you can use to store numbers you dial frequently.
Storing a short dial number with name
1-9

1

2
5

6

7

8

9

0

choose 0-9

3

4

Press the SHORT DIAL key for at least two seconds until you hear a
confirmation tone.

#

*

ENTER NAME

Choose a number from 0-9.

If you receive more than ten calls the oldest telephone number is deleted from the Caller ID memory.
In case you are receiving calls from the same telephone number several times, only the latest call will be stored in your
Caller ID memory.

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

Enter a name. If you make an incorrect entry you can correct it by
).
pressing the CURSOR LEFT key (

OK

Press the OK key (even if you do not wish to enter a name).

BERGER
ENTER NUMBER

FUNCTION
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

OK
FUNCTION

Enter a number. Using the REDIAL key you can enter a dialling pause.
Confirm with OK.

12345_
STORED

Using the short dial keys
You can use the short dial keys for telephone calls and for sending faxes.
1-9

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

Press the SHORT DIAL key. On the display appears:

#

*

Select using the keys 0 to 9. The corresponding name will appear on
the display. If you have not entered a name the telephone number will
appear on the display.

DIAL

Lift the handset or press the DIAL or LOUDSPEAKER key, depending
on the machine. The fax machine will start to dial and the number is
displayed (if necessary you can now add an extension number). If you
would like to send a fax press the START key.

choose 0-9

1: 12345

DIALLING...
1: 12345

Telephone book
You can use the telephone book to select the number you wish to call by selecting the name. The number is then dialled
automatically. All you have to do is to store the numbers with the corresponding names first.
The telephone book function on your fax machine has space for up to about 50 numbers with their corresponding names.
The exact figure depends on the length of each entry.
Storing numbers and names with the TELEPHONE BOOK key
A-Z

1

2
5

6

7

8

9

0

ENTER NAME

Enter a name. If you make an incorrect entry you can change it by
).
pressing the CURSOR LEFT key (

BERGER

Press the OK key.

ENTER NUMBER

3

4

Press the TELEPHONE BOOK key for at least two seconds until you
hear a confirmation tone.

#

*

OK
FUNCTION

You cannot store a short dial or telephone book entry when the memory is full. You will hear a warning signal and the display
will indicate MEMORY FULL. You have to delete an entry before you can store a new one.
Please note that a maximum of 14 characters for names and 40 characters for numbers can be entered.
If you wish to store a number during a phone call press the TELEPHONE BOOK key for at least two seconds and continue
as described above.

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

Enter the telephone number by using the dial pad. Using the
REDIAL key you can enter a dialling pause.

OK

12345_
STORED

Press the OK key. A confirmation will appear briefly on the display.

FUNCTION

Using the telephone book
Press the TELEPHONE BOOK key. The display shows the first entry
in your list of names.

A-Z

BERGER

Using the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key...

A-Z

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

... or the letters of the dial pad you can search through the name list.

DIAL

As soon as the display shows the desired name, you can pick up the
handset or press the DIAL or LOUDSPEAKER key, depending on the
machine. Now the fax machine will start to dial and the number is
displayed (if necessary you can now add an extension number). If you
want to send a fax, press the START key.

DIALLING...
12345_

Correcting and deleting stored short dial or telephone book entries
If you have entered a wrong letter or number in an entry of your short dial or telephone book directory you can correct the
mistake. If you no longer need a number you have stored you can delete it from the memory.
1-9

Press the SHORT DIAL key or the TELEPHONE BOOK key.
A-Z

choose 0-9

The display shows either
1

2

4

5
8

9

0

BERGER

You can now search through the list using the dial pad.

6

7

or the first name in the book.

3

CHOMSKY

Then press the SHORT DIAL or TELEPHONE BOOK key for at least
two seconds.

Chomsky_

Press the CURSOR LEFT key until the entry is deleted and you hear
a confirmation tone.

_

#

*

1-9

A-Z

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THE TELEPHONE

1

CHOMSKY

...or the TELEPHONE BOOK key

Now you have two possibilities:
Correcting an entry
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

OK

Enter the correct name and number using the dialpad and confirm each entry with OK.

FUNCTION

Deleting an entry
OK

OK
FUNCTION

Press the OK key. Press the STOP key if you do not want to delete
your entry.

delete:

no

With the CURSOR LEFT/CURSOR RIGHT keys, you can again
choose whether you really wish to delete the entry.

FUNCTION

delete:

yes

Confirm with the OK key. The following message appears on the
display for two seconds:

DELETED

On-hook dialling
The DIAL or LOUDSPEAKER key has the same effect as lifting the handset. You can enter a number and will hear the
connection being made over the built-in loudspeaker.

* Press the DIAL or LOUDSPEAKER key, depending on the device.

1

2
5

6

7

8

9

0

Dial the number you require. Your machine will start to dial and you will
hear the connection being made.

12345_

12345_

3

4

DIAL NUMBER

As soon as the other party answers, lift the handset and speak. The
loudspeaker will be turned off automatically.

DIAL

#

*

Hands-free operation (only for devices with built-in answering device)
You can let people in the same room take part in your telephone conversation. Please make sure that your fax machine is
situated on a smooth surface (not a soft underlay), to avoid the microphone being covered.
You can press the LOUDSPEAKER key at any time during the call.
The telephone conversation can then be followed via the built-in
loudspeaker. At the same time, the built-in microphone is switched on.

Replace the handset. You can now speak with your hands free.

If you wish to continue the conversation using the handset, simply lift
the handset again. The loudspeaker and microphone will be
automatically switched off.

* For fax machines without built-in answering device: DIAL key
For fax machines with built-in answering device: LOUDSPEAKER key

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Muting the microphone
During the phone call you can mute your microphone in order to speak to someone in the same room without being heard
at the other end of the line.
Press the MUTE/CALL TRANSFER key. Your microphone will be muted and the person at the other
end of the line will not be able to hear you. When you wish to continue the phone call press the MUTE/
CALL TRANSFER key again.

Call transfer
You can transfer an existing phone call from your fax machine to an additional telephone and vice versa. Call transfer is
only possible with telephones connected in serial (see chapter 4 Fax switch/The fax switch in use with additional
devices).
From the fax machine to an additional telephone
Press the MUTE/CALL TRANSFER key during the phone call and
replace the handset within three seconds

muted

*

+

0

press the keys * and
within three seconds.

0

during the call and replace the handset

call transfer

Your other telephone will ring for a maximum of 30 seconds. If you answer the call on an additional
telephone in time you will be able to continue the call, otherwise the fax machine takes over the
call again and rings for about 20 seconds. If you lift the handset of the fax machine in time, you can
repeat the process. If you do not lift the handset in time the call will be disconnected.

From an additional telephone to the fax machine

*

+

0

Press the keys * and 0 during the call. If the connection is successfully established, you will hear
a tone. Replace the handset within three seconds.
Your fax machine will ring for a maximum of about 30 seconds. If you answer the call on the fax
machine in time you will be able to continue the call, otherwise the additional device takes over the
call again and rings for about 20 seconds. If you lift the handset of the additional device in time, you
can repeat the process. If you do not lift the handset in time the call will be disconnected.

Calls can only be transferred from the additional telephone to the fax machine if your
additional telephone is set to tone dialling.

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THE TELEPHONE

or

FAX

6 The fax
This chapter explains all the fax functions provided.

Sending faxes
Which documents to use
In order to avoid transmission errors you must use good quality, legible originals. Therefore, keep to the following
guidelines:
Minimum size:
Width:
Length:
Thickness:

Maximum size:
148 mm
105 mm
0.05 mm
(60 g paper)

Width:
Length:
Thickness:

217 mm
600 mm
0.15 mm
(120 g paper)

Write clearly and legibly. Only use pens with dark ink (black/dark-blue, not yellow/orange/light green). Printed documents
work best.

The following points are the most common causes of errors when sending faxes!
Don't send:
Pages from newspapers (printer's ink).

Stapled pages or pages held together with paperclips. Remove all staples and clips before
sending.
Creased or torn pages.

Wet pages or pages with corrections made with correction fluid; dirty pages or pages with a
glossy or laminated surface.
Pages joined with sticky tape or glue, with adhesive stickers such as "post-it(R)" notes, or pages
which are too thin or too thick.
Pages written in faint pencil, crayon, chalk or artist's charcoal.

Take the first page of the document and place it face up as shown in the picture.
Slide the document into the fax along the document guide on the left hand side of the
feed slot until it stops. Wait for a moment: The document will now be slightly drawn in
automatically by the feeding mechanism. Once the document has been drawn in by
the feeding mechanism, it should not be pushed in any further, otherwise the top part
will be missing when you make a copy or transmit a fax.

Documents shorter or smaller than specified risk getting stuck in the machine.

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Sending
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

12345_

Dial the number you require.

Insert the first page of your document face up into the paper feed slot
as described above.

FINE/PHOTO

Before attempting a connection you can select a higher resolution by
pressing the FINE/PHOTO key. The corresponding pointer on the
display will light up.

START
COPY

Press the START key.

DIALLING...

The machine will then attempt a connection.

CONNECTING...

Transmission now begins. The receiving fax machine will now transmit
its sender identification, which will appear in your display. You can now
check again whether you have dialled the correct number. If
necessary you can interrupt transmission by pressing the STOP key.
If the receiving machine has no sender identification stored, the
display will show:
After a few seconds the display will read alternately:

+43 1 12345
SENDING ...
NEXT PAGE

START
COPY

If you wish to send more pages press the START key while the first
page is going through. As soon as it is through, you will hear a tone.
Then insert the next page. For every new page you want to send,
press the START key whilst the previous page is going through. When
the last page has gone through, the display will indicate the number of
pages transmitted.

02 pages sent

Improving the picture quality
Your fax machine normally operates with standard resolution. If you want to transmit detailed drawings or documents with
very small print, use the FINE setting. If you want to fax a photograph, select the PHOTO setting. The original will be sent
as a black and white illustration in grey scales.

FINE/PHOTO

If you want to increase the resolution press the FINE/PHOTO key
until the desired pointer lights up.

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FINE

PHOTO

DMM

After transmitting or, if there is no document in the feed slot, after 40
seconds the fax machine will automatically return to standard
resolution.

If you try to send a fax but the number you are calling is engaged or you cannot make a connection, your machine will
automatically redial the number after some time.
Only insert the next document after the report has been completely printed out. Otherwise it will be drawn in during printout!
Transmission of documents will take longer in FINE or PHOTO resolution. In PHOTO resolution mode, the texts become
lighter and therefore less legible.

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THE FAX

press start

Transmission report--error report
Every time you send a document your fax machine prints a transmission report. It is possible to switch this function off. If
an error occurs during transmission you will be informed on the error report, which is printed out even if the transmission
report function is switched off.
1

FUNCTION

2

3

4

OK

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

FUNCTION

43 transm.report

Press the OK key.

OK

Select function 43.

TRANSM. REP.: ON

Select using the CURSOR LEFT and CURSOR RIGHT keys, then
press the OK key.

OK
FUNCTION

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Fax journal
The fax journal is a list of the last 10 received and transmitted faxes. You can choose whether to print out the journal
immediately or automatically after 10 successful transmissions.
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

FUNCTION

0

#

*

FUNCTION

no

journal:

yes

print:

now

Select with the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key and confirm
with OK.

OK

journal:

Press the OK key.

OK
FUNCTION

41 fax journal

Press the OK key.

OK
FUNCTION

Select function 41.

Select with the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key.

OK

print:

every 10

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Polled reception
Polled reception means that your fax machine can retrieve fax messages which have been prepared for collection from
another fax machine. Function 22--Polled reception is simple to operate and is very useful especially when the retrieved
document is protected against unauthorised access by a code.
1

FUNCTION

2

3

4

OK

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

OK
FUNCTION
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

OK
FUNCTION

Select function 22.

22 POLLED REC.

Press the OK key. You will be asked for an authorisation code which
will allow you to collect the document that is waiting.

CODE: _

If the fax machine you are calling has this facility and if the document
has in fact been protected against unauthorised access with a code,
enter the code and confirm by pressing OK. If you do not need a code,
simply press the OK key.

CODE: 1234

A transmission report will be printed out at the end of each transmission and the machine will return to stand-by. If the
transmission is not successful an error report will be printed out. During printing of the error report the CHECK DISPLAY
lamp flashes. Press STOP.

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OK

Press the OK key.

1

2
5

6

7

8

9

0

12345_

3

4

ENTER NUMBER

Enter the telephone number.

FUNCTION

#

*

START
COPY

DIALLING...

Press the START key.

CONNECTING...

Quick polling
1

OK
FUNCTION

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

With this function you can download information simply and quickly by dialling a number using the
dialpad with the handset replaced and confirm with the OK key.

Faxing to sub-addresses
If you want to send faxes to fax databases or if you want to poll from these, some databases have a sub-address which
you can add to the telephone number. This will save you money in telephone charges. First enter the telephone number of
the database and then press the R key. Then enter the required sub-address. If you are not sure whether your fax polling
service supports sub-addresses, please contact your polling service operator.

(only for fax machines with built-in answering device)
If no thermal paper is loaded or if the thermal paper has run out, any incoming fax will be received into memory. The DMM
pointer appears on the display to indicate that the memory contains documents.
The display shows the number of the sending fax machine or, if the
sender has not stored any ID information, the following message is
displayed:

+43 1 12345
RECEIVING ...

As soon as a paper roll is loaded, the fax machine automatically prints
out all documents in memory.

PRINTING ...

When a page has been fully printed, it is deleted automatically from memory. If the printing process is interrupted, all pages
not completely printed remain in memory.

Polling codes work in accordance with the international ITU standard. However, there are manufacturers who use other
processes and whose machines are therefore not compatible.
If the polled reception does not work with a specific number, try to poll manually. Lift the handset, dial the required number
and then press START.
If the memory is full, your fax machine cannot store any more pages in memory. The CHECK DISPLAY lamp flashes and
the message "MEMORY FULL" appears on the display.

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THE FAX

Receiving faxes in memory--Paperless fax reception

7 The answering device
(only for fax machines with built-in answering device)
Your fax machine is equipped with a digital telephone answering device. All recorded messages are stored
in a solid-state electronic memory which has a recording capacity of about 15 minutes. A magnetic tape or
a cassette are not required.

Switching on/off the answering device
Your answering device is factory-programmed with a recorded outgoing message and
is already activated in both function 31 and function 32. You have the option of
switching off the answering device in function 31. In function 32 your built-in
answering device is always activated.
1

2
5

6

7

8

9

0

32 night

3

4

31 day

FUNCTION

#

*

OK
FUNCTION

OK
FUNCTION

fax:

quick

tam:

on/loud

With the CURSOR LEFT/CURSOR RIGHT keys you can now
choose the desired answering device mode. Please find detailed
information about the modes in chapter 4 The fax switch/Day mode
and Night mode with built-in answering device.

OK

tam:

off

Confirm with OK.

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Select for example function 31 and confirm with OK.

On the display appears the current fax reception mode. Confirm this
mode by pressing OK.

After a preset number of rings the answering device is automatically switched on. The caller will then hear the first
outgoing message followed by a short beep. The device will then switch to record and the caller can leave a message. At
the end of the recording time the caller will hear the closing message. The device then switches itself off. You can adjust
the recording time with function 51.

Recording and playing back your outgoing message
Your answering device is supplied with a pre-recorded outgoing message, which will play when the answering device is
activated and will ask the caller to leave a message. You can of course record your own message, e.g.
"Hello, this is Berger and Company. We are sorry there is nobody available to take your call at present, but if you leave
your name and telephone number, we will get back to you as soon as possible. Please speak after the tone. If you want to
send a fax, press START."
When the programmed recording time has lapsed the caller will hear a closing message, e.g.:
"Thank you for calling. Goodbye."
The answering device then switches itself off. Read the following procedure through completely and then record your
outgoing messages. It is advisable to write your messages down first.

RECORD

Press the RECORD key for at least two seconds.

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REC. OGM 1 ?

Press the RECORD key again.
RECORD

Wait until you hear the confirmation tone. Now start to record your
message. Position yourself about 20 cm from the fax machine. Speak
slowly and clearly and avoid long gaps in the message. A black bar
will move across the display to indicate how much memory is
available for the outgoing message. When it has moved right across
the display, the device will switch itself off, in which case you can omit
the next step.

RECORD

STOP

REC. OGM 2 ?

Press the RECORD key again. Wait until you hear the confirmation
tone. Now start recording your closing message. The black bar will
again indicate how much memory is available.

RECORD

RECORD

Stop recording by pressing the RECORD key or the STOP key. If you
want to record only the first outgoing message, press the
# key (SKIP FORWARD) after you have recorded it.



STOP



Stop recording by pressing the RECORD or the STOP key. You do not
need to do this if the device has switched itself off automatically.

REC. COMPLETE

After a short time the two outgoing messages will be played back
automatically. You can adjust the volume with the CURSOR LEFT and
CURSOR RIGHT keys (see chapter 3 Basic functions/Volume of
the loudspeaker). The duration of each message is shown on the
display, e.g.:

OGM 2

4s

OGM 1

15 s

If you want to play back previously recorded outgoing messages,
press the RECORD key only once. If you wish to record the outgoing
messages again, repeat the entire procedure.

RECORD

Adjusting the recording time
You can adjust the time available for a caller's message. This will help to save memory space.
1

FUNCTION

2

3

4

OK

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

OK

51 RECORD. TIME

Press the OK key.

*

Select function 51.

REC. TIME: 30S

FUNCTION

OK
FUNCTION

Press CURSOR LEFT and CURSOR RIGHT to choose between 30,
60, 120 seconds or the AUTO mode (unlimited recording time). Now
press the OK key. Please note that AUTO mode is not available in all
countries.

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If your announcement is too long, your fax machine may not recognise the fax signal of your fax correspondent in time.
Your announcement should therefore be no longer than 20 sec.
Make sure that your fax machine stands on a flat surface (not a soft underlay), because otherwise the microphone may be
obstructed.

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THE ANSWERING
DEVICE

If you only wish to re-record the final announcement, press the RECORD key once for at least two seconds and then
press the key # (SKIP FORWARD). You can then record the closing message by pressing the RECORD key. To end
the recording press the STOP key.

Listening to messages

PLAY/PAUSE

When an incoming call has been recorded the PLAY/PAUSE key will
start to flash. The display indicates how many messages have been
recorded.

MESSAGES:

4

Press the PLAY/PAUSE key. The first new message will be played
back. The date and time the message was received will be shown on
the display.

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If you want to interrupt this message press the PLAY/PAUSE key.
When you want to continue with the messages, press the PLAY/
PAUSE key again.

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After the first message has been played, the device will automatically
begin to play back the second message.

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#

Press the # key (SKIP FORWARD) if you do not want to listen to
the whole of the message. The next message will be played.

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*

Press the * key (SKIP BACK) if you want to hear the message
again. The message will be repeated immediately.

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PLAY/PAUSE

PLAY/PAUSE

When all the messages have been played, the device will revert to its
original state. The display will read:

PLAY/PAUSE

If you press the PLAY/PAUSE key again, before any new messages
are recorded, the device will play back all the old messages. Moving
forward or backward is done in exactly the same way as for new
messages.

MESSAGES:

4

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Volume of messages
Press the PLAY/PAUSE key.
PLAY/PAUSE

Press the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key while playing
back the messages. The current volume setting will be displayed.

SPEAKER:

If you wish to change the displayed value, press the CURSOR LEFT
or CURSOR RIGHT key again until you obtain the desired volume.

SPEAKER:

Deleting messages
Press the PLAY/PAUSE key. You will hear the first message.

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PLAY/PAUSE

You can delete individual messages while you are listening to them.

CLEAR

CLEAR

If you want to delete the message which is currently being played,
press the CLEAR key. You will be asked on the display if you really
want to delete this message.
Press CLEAR again to confirm. You will hear a confirmation tone and
the display will indicate that the message has been deleted.

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MESS.: 1

CLEAR?

DELETED

You can delete all messages at once provided that you have already listened to them.
Press the CLEAR key. To interrupt the deleting process press the
STOP key.

CLEAR

Press the CLEAR key again and all messages will be deleted.

DELETE ALL MSGS?
DELETED

CLEAR

Automatic forwarding of messages
Your fax machine can automatically forward all incoming messages to another telephone number. Switch function
55 FORWARDING on and enter the telephone number to which you wish recorded calls to be forwarded. You can select
the number of messages to be forwarded at one time. Your fax machine will wait until the selected number of messages
has been received and then calls the desired number automatically. A text announcing the call forwarding is transmitted
when the connection is made. The party to which the calls are being forwarded needs to enter the access code (see
function 52). If the correct access code is not entered within 40 seconds or an incorrect code is entered three times, your
fax machine will disconnect the call. An example of an announcement might be: "Hello, there are messages for Mrs.
Berger; please enter the access code. "
1

2

3

OK

4

5

6

FUNCTION

*

7

8

9

0

#

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

Select a desired reception mode in function 31 (see chapter 4 The fax
switch). If the answering device is switched off, switch it on in this
function.

tam:

on/loud

Press the OK key.

*

OK

55 FORWARDING

FORWARD CALL:OFF
FORWARD CALL: ON

Press the OK key. You are prompted to enter the telephone number of
the person to whom you want to forward your message.

ENTER NUMBER

Enter the telephone number.

12345_

Press the OK key.

MESSAGE No.:

01

Enter the number of messages you want to be forwarded at one time.
With the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key you can choose
the number.

FUNCTION

Select function 55.

Press the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key.

OK

MESSAGE No.:

05

FUNCTION

OK
FUNCTION
2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

OK
FUNCTION

OK
FUNCTION

To record a new forwarding message, press the OK key. *

REC. FORWARD MSG

Press the RECORD key.
RECORD

Wait until you hear a confirmation tone. Start speaking. Position
yourself about 20 cm from the fax machine. A black bar will indicate
how much memory is available.


REC. COMPLETE

STOP

Press the STOP key when you have finished. The forwarding
message will be played back.

The fax machine is now switched to stand-by mode.

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Forwarding

THE ANSWERING
DEVICE

1

* If a forwarding message has already been recorded:
OK

REC. MESSAGE:YES

Press the OK key.

FUNCTION

Select with the CURSOR RIGHT or CURSOR LEFT key. If you wish
to record a new forwarding message, select YES. If you want to use
the existing message, select NO. Press the OK key to confirm. Then
proceed as described above.

OK
FUNCTION

REC. MESSAGE: NO

Recording a telephone conversation
You can record a telephone conversation with your fax machine.
Press the RECORD key during the telephone conversation (please
note that you cannot record the conversation while operating handsfree). The display will show:



Replace the handset or press the STOP key to stop recording.

RECORD

MESSAGES:

1

STOP

The PLAY/PAUSE key flashes. Press the PLAY/PAUSE key to listen
to the recorded conversation. The conversation can be deleted like a
recorded message.

PLAY/PAUSE

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VIP code
(Ringing despite switched on answering device)
A caller can use a four-digit code to make the telephone ring after the answering device has taken the call. This enables a
person to whom you have given the code to reach you whilst all other calls are intercepted by the answering device. The
VIP code is advantageous if you have switched the answering mode to SILENT in function 32. Since the fax machine still
rings when using the VIP code you have the option of receiving important messages.
1

3

5

6

7

FUNCTION

2

4

OK

8

9

0

#

*

OK
FUNCTION
1

2
5

6

7

8

9

0

53 vip code

Press the OK key. The display will show the last code you entered.
Your fax machine has been supplied with the code 9999 preset.

CODE: 9999

Enter a new code.

CODE: 1234

Press the OK key.

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3

4

Select function 53.

#

*

OK
FUNCTION

To record a telephone conversation all the free space of the memory is available for this function. Existing messages will
not be deleted. When the memory is full, a warning signal sounds and the CHECK DISPLAY lamp flashes.
The VIP code (function 53) must not be the same as the access code (function 52). If you attempt to enter the same code
the message CODE NOT OK will be displayed and you must select another code.

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Remote access
You can control your answering device from a remote telephone. The remote phone must be switched to tone dialling or
you must use a tone dialling box. Please consult your dealer in this case.

Preparing your fax machine for remote access
Before you can use the remote control or remote access facilities you have to enter an access code.
This code will also serve as the access code for function 55 Forwarding.
1

3

5

6

7

FUNCTION

2

4

OK

8

9

0

#

*

OK
FUNCTION
1

2
5

6

7

8

9

0

52 ACCESS CODE

Press the OK key. You will be asked to enter your code. If you do not
want to enter a code press STOP.

code: 0000

Enter the four-digit code.

code: 4321

Press the OK key. The code is now stored.

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3

4

Select function 52.

#

*

OK
FUNCTION

Remote access of the answering device
You may wish to play back messages when you are away from home.
Call your fax machine and wait until you hear the outgoing message.

When you enter the remote access using a mobile phone or from abroad, you must wait at least 1 second between each
digit of the code.
When you have entered the fourth digit, you will either hear one confirmation tone which means that the code is accepted
or four short whistle tones which indicate that one or more of the four digits was wrong.
You have three attempts at entering the right code number, after which you will be disconnected.
Once you have entered all four digits correctly you will be able to listen to all new messages. If no new messages have
been recorded you must wait for a second confirmation tone before entering further commands.
You can now enter more commands or you can replace the receiver to end remote access.
Below you will find a table showing all functions which can be carried out remotely.

Make a note of your access code by incorporating it in a longer number, for example, so that it cannot be recognised by
other people.
If you wish to change your access code, repeat the above procedure and enter a new code.
To switch the remote access function off again, enter 0000 as four-digit code.
Ensure that the access code (function 52) is not the same as the VIP code (function 53) for your answering device. If you
try to enter the same code, the message CODE NOT OK appears on the display. You must then select another code.

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THE ANSWERING
DEVICE

Enter your four-digit access code. The outgoing message is interrupted. If the outgoing message does not stop playing
after you have pressed the first key of the code, press the first key again. Enter the rest of the code only after the outgoing
message has stopped playing. You will hear a brief confirmation tone after every digit.

Function

Key

Description

REPLAY INCOMING MESSAGE

1

To repeat the current message. If no message is repeated, the first
message will be replayed.

PLAY

2

Your messages will be played back.

SKIP FORWARD

3

Move to next message.

RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE

4

After pressing key 4 , you will hear two confirmation tones. Press key
4 again. You will hear a long confirmation tone. Now speak your new
outgoing message. After you have finished, press key 4 again. Your
new outgoing message will now be played back. Afterwards you will hear
a long confirmation tone.

PLAYING OUTGOING MESSAGE

5

Pressing key

DELETE INCOMING MESSAGE

6

You can delete the message you are listening to by pressing key 6 .
You will hear two confirmation tones. You must press key 6 again within
five seconds to execute the delete command.

DELETE ALL MESSAGES

6

You can also delete all messages at once. Press key 6 , when you are
not listening to a message. You will hear two confirmation tones. You must
press key 6 again within five seconds in order to execute the delete
command.

DAY-MODE

7

You can set your fax machine to DAY mode by pressing key 7 . You will
hear a long confirmation tone. TIMER mode is deactivated by this
command.

STOP

8

The current command is interrupted.

NIGHT-MODE

9

You can set your fax machine to NIGHT mode by pressing key 9 . You
will hear a long confirmation tone. TIMER mode is deactivated by this
command.

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you can hear your outgoing message.

8 Additional functions
This chapter explains the additional possibilities and functions of your fax machine.

Copying
You can use your fax machine to make copies of an original. When copying your fax machine switches automatically to
FINE resolution. You may also choose PHOTO resolution when copying photographs or for an even finer definition.

Hold the first page of your document face up. Insert
it into the document feed slot as far as it will go.

FINE/PHOTO

Choose the desired resolution by pressing the FINE/PHOTO key.

DIAL NUMBER

DIAL NUMBER
FINE

START
COPY

PHOTO

DMM

COPYING ...

Press the START/COPY key.

The page will now be fed into the machine. It will appear at the front of the machine again. At the end of
the copying process wait approximately three seconds until the copy is printed out completely. Then
tear off the copy.

EASY LINK--Setting additional devices

Code for starting your fax machine from another telephone (default * 5 ).
Code for transferring a call from another telephone connected serial to your fax machine (default * 0 ).
Please note that when using this code you have to replace the handset of your additional device after you
have entered the code. See chapter 5 Telephone/Call transfer.
3. parallel: Code for switching off the fax machine from an additional telephone connected in parallel (default * * ).
For faxes with built-in answering device: This code is also used to switch off the outgoing message if the
answering device is already activated.
1.
2. serial:

To be able to use this function you must set your additional or cordless telephone to tone dialling. If your telephone service
is not compatible with this dialling method and requires pulse dialling, you must temporarily set your additional device to
transmit tone dial signals. Please refer to the operating instructions of your additional device to find out how to make this
temporary adjustment.

If your local copies or received faxes are blank, the document was inserted the wrong way.
If you end the process of copying by pressing the STOP key wait until the document is totally ejected before tearing off the
thermal paper copy.

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ADDITTIONAL
FUNCTIONS

This function enables you to enter three codes. These codes are used when you receive a call on an additional
telephone or wish to transfer a call or fax to your fax machine.

Only change the specified codes if absolutely necessary.
1

3

5

6

7

FUNCTION

2

4

OK

8

9

0

#

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

OK

fax recept:

*5

Enter a two-character code. The first digit should be a * -character or
a # -character. This code is used to start fax reception from an
additional telephone.

FUNCTION

34 easylink

Press the OK key.

OK

Select function 34.

fax recept:

*6

Press the OK key.

*

transfer:

*0

transfer:

*1

rel. line:

**

rel. line:

*2

FUNCTION
1

2
5

6

7

8

9

0

Enter a two-character code. The first digit should be a * -character or
a # -character. This code is used with serial-connected telephone to
transfer a telephone call from an additional telephone (or cordless
phone) to your fax machine. Please note that when using this code
you have to replace the handset of your additional device after you
have entered the code.

3

4

#

*

OK

Press the OK key.

FUNCTION
1

2
5

6

7

8

9

0

Enter a two-character code. The first digit should be a * -character or
a # -character. This code is used with parallel-connected telephone
to transfer a telephone call to an additional telephone. By entering this
code on the additional telephone you can deactivate your fax machine.
For faxes with built-in answering device: by entering this code, you
can stop the outgoing message of your answering device after it has
already been activated.

3

4

#

*

OK

15-MAY-99 12:30

Press the OK key.

FUNCTION

HELP function
Briefly press the HELP key. You will receive a printout explaining how
to use the most important functions.

HELP

PRINTING ...

Short dial and telephone book list
If you would like to print out a list of all stored short dial and telephone book numbers please proceed as follows:
1

FUNCTION

2

3

4

OK

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

OK

42 dialling list

Press the OK key. Your fax machine will then print out the list.

*

Select function 42.

PRINTING ...

FUNCTION

Please note that the three Easy Link codes must be different. If you enter the same code more than once, the following
message appears on the display: CODE NOT OK.
Please note that you are not able to transfer a phone call from an additional telephone that is connected parallel unless it is
a fax call.

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Fax reception: EXPERT
As already described in chapter 4 The fax switch, several standard fax reception modes are available. Your fax machine
is optimally set when you select one of these modes. Nevertheless, in EXPERT mode you can set the ringing parameters
of your fax machine and other devices yourself.
You are able to set the total number of rings enabling you to control how many times your fax machine and additional
phones ring when receiving an incoming telephone call. Also, depending upon the configuration serial or parallel (see
chapter 4 The fax switch) you will be able to define how many rings are tollfree for the calling party or how many times
the additional phones will ring. For units with a built-in answering device, you can also define whether or not to mute the
loudspeaker while the caller is leaving a message.
1

FUNCTION

2

3

4

OK

5

6

7

8

9

0

#

*

Select function 31 DAY or 32 NIGHT and confirm with OK.

Press the CURSOR RIGHT key as often as necessary until the
EXPERT mode appears on the display.

Confirm with the OK key.

total rings: 05

With the CURSOR LEFT/CURSOR RIGHT keys you can set the
number of ringing signals after which your fax machine switches to fax
reception.

OK
FUNCTION

Fax:

total rings: 04

To confirm your choice, press the OK key.

tollfree ring:00

OK
FUNCTION

With the CURSOR LEFT/CURSOR RIGHT keys, you can select how
many of the ringing signals are toll-free to the caller. The toll-free
ringing signals are also heard on the additional telephones. If you enter
TOLLFREE: 0, faxes will be received in silence. Automatic fax
reception may be impaired if you select a value higher than five for
TOLLFREE. In this case, the tollfree rings must be reduced to a value
less than five.
OK

expert

tollfree ring:03
15-MAY-99 12:30

To confirm your choice, press the OK key.

FUNCTION

on/loud

You can switch your answering device on or off with the CURSOR
LEFT/CURSOR RIGHT keys. In addition you can select whether or
not to mute the loudspeaker while the caller is leaving a message.

tam:

on/muted

To confirm, press the OK key.

15-MAY-99 12:30

OK
FUNCTION

Please note that your built-in answering device cannot be switched off in NIGHT mode.
If you have connected an external answering machine, a smaller number of rings must be set on the answering machine
than on the fax. Check the number of rings before your external answering machine responds. If you have a serial
configuration the total rings of your fax machine must be set to a higher level than the rings of the answering device. If your
configuration is parallel the tollfree rings of your fax machine must be set to a higher level than the rings of your answering
device. Set your fax machine in accordance with the table below:

Answering machine:

Fax machine:

1 ring
2 rings
3 rings

3 rings
4 rings
5 rings

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ADDITTIONAL
FUNCTIONS

tam:

Additional information for fax machines with built-in answering device:

9 Troubleshooting
The following table contains an overview of the most frequent operating errors or problems and their
possible causes and remedies.
Before calling our service desk, please consult this table which has been compiled by our service
engineers. In most cases you will be able to solve the problem yourself.

The faxes are of poor quality
Error

Possible cause

Remedy

You or your fax correspondent
receive blank pages.

The thermal paper is not properly loaded. Load the thermal paper properly.
Your fax correspondent sends the wrong
(blank) side of a document.

Your fax correspondent must feed the
document properly.

The printer is faulty.
Test the fax machine by making a copy.
If your copy is faultless the
correspondent's fax machine might be
defective. Call service if necessary.
Faxes are of poor quality.

Change the resolution setting to FINE or
PHOTO.

The document lacks contrast.

Check the document.

Your fax machine is faulty.

Your fax or your recipients fax
machine produces vertical black
lines when printing.

The document contains photographs or
small print.

Test the fax machine by making a copy. If
your copy is faultless the
correspondent's fax machine might be
defective. Call service if necessary.

There is paper in the sheet feeder or the
scanner is dirty.

Open the operation panel and remove
the paper from the document feed slot.

Your fax machine is faulty.

Test the fax machine by making a copy.
If your copy is faultless the
correspondent's fax machine might be
defective. Call the service if necessary.

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Problems when establishing a connection
Error

Possible cause

Remedy

You cannot phone or send faxes.

Wrong dialling mode selected.

Change the dialling mode with
function 15.

You are operating your fax machine on a
private branch exchange and have not
set it accordingly.

In Function 15, select PABX: Yes.

The telephone connection is of poor
quality.

Try again.

The recipient has a paper jam or has run
out of paper.

Call your fax correspondent.

Your fax correspondent's line is busy,
does not answer or a different device
answers.

Try later or draw your fax
correspondent's attention to a possible
installation fault.

TRANSM. ERROR

CHECK
DISPLAY

Error report

NO CONNECTION
or

REDIAL FAILED

NO LOOP CURRENT

NO DIALTONE

Your fax machine is not properly installed Check the installation of your fax
or not properly plugged in.
machine.

You are connected to a PABX system.

Check the settings in function 15.

You have connected your telephone
Connect your telephone cable to the
cable to socket on the bottom of your fax socket on the bottom of your fax
machine identified with EXT.
machine identified with LINE.

busy

You have connected the telephone cable
to the socket on the bottom of your fax
machine identified with EXT.

Connect your telephone cable to the
socket on the bottom of your fax
machine identified with LINE.

Your fax correspondent has a fax
machine that cannot receive the usual
standard identifying signals.

Try to send the fax manually: press the
DIAL or LOUDSPEAKER key and dial
the fax number. You will hear the call
being established. If the receiver is using
an automatic answering machine, wait
until you hear a tone after the
prerecorded message and then press the
START key.

You have set the total number of rings
(TOTAL RINGS: _) to a too high value.
For many fax machines, the call
establishment procedure is too long, and
transmission is interrupted.

Set the total rings or the tollfree rings to a
lower value than five in function 31 or 32
FAX:EXPERT.

or
fax transmissions are constantly
interrupted.
You cannot receive any faxes
(you have set the ringing signals
with EXPERT mode).

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TROUBLESHOOTING

When you lift the handset of your
fax machine you do not hear the
dial tone.

Other
Errors

Possible cause

Remedy

Copy is blank.

Document loaded the wrong way up.

Load the document with the printed side
up.
Load the thermal paper correctly.

Thermal paper is not properly loaded.
On lifting the handset of your fax
machine you hear a tone or
silence.

The caller is trying to send a fax.

Press the START key. Then replace the
handset.

On lifting the handset of an
additional telephone you hear a
tone or silence.

The caller is trying to send a fax.

You can start your fax machine by
pressing keys * and 5 .

On lifting the handset of an
additional telephone you hear in
the background the ringing tone
or, depending on the device type,
the activated outgoing message
of your own built-in answering
device.

Your additional telephone is connected in
parallel.

Received documents do not
appear as normal at the front of
the fax machine.

There is a thermal paper jam at the paper Press the STOP key for two seconds:
outlet on the underside of the machine.
Pull out the crumpled paper carefully
from the front of the machine. In case
you cannot remove the paper jam
completely: Lift up the operation panel
and the inner paper cover. Remove the
jammed paper. Insert the paper once
again. Close the machine and press
STOP to press the thermal paper against
the internal transport roll.

Only for fax machines with
built-in answering device:
You have switched on your
answering device and cannot
receive any faxes.

You have background music.

Record a message without music.

Your outgoing message is too long.

Record a shorter announcement (no
longer than 20 seconds).

DOCUMENT JAM

external phone

Press the * key twice to switch off the
ringing tone or the outgoing message.
You can now make a call without
interferences (see chapter 8 Additional
functions/Easy Link).

Your document was not drawn in straight. Open the operation panel and pull the
document carefully outwards in one
direction.
You are now using an additional device.

Check the additional device!

If you cannot rectify a fault using the instructions provided, please disconnect from the mains. Wait at least ten seconds
and reconnect.
If the fault recurs, please contact your customer information centre.

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Service code
Function 45 Service code is used to delete some or all of your changes to the factory settings. This function enables you
to partially or fully reconfigure your device. It is especially helpful if you have modified settings but find that your fax
machine does not respond as expected.

Only use this function if absolutely necessary. If you are satisfied with the factory
settings you should not use this function.

The following codes are available to you:
Code No. 7117
This code erases all your modifications to the factory settings. The fax machine will therefore react in exactly the same
way as on first installation.
Code No. 7140
When you enter this code, all your entered settings and data will be erased, except for:

o
o
o
o
o
o

your personal outgoing message in your answering device *
received messages *
stored short dial numbers
stored telephone book numbers
your name
your telephone number

Example for using a service code:
1

3

5

6

7

FUNCTION

2

4

OK

8

9

0

#

OK
FUNCTION
1

2
5

6

7

8

9

0

Press the OK key.

CODE: _

Enter a code.

code: 7140

sure:

no

With CURSOR LEFT/CURSOR RIGHT you can select whether you
really want to delete your settings. Confirm with OK. Your fax machine
will be reset to its original configuration.

sure:

yes

3

4

45 service code

Press the OK key.

*

Select function 45.

#

*

OK
FUNCTION

OK
FUNCTION

TROUBLESHOOTING

15-MAY-99 12:30

* only for fax machines with built-in answering device

After deleting some or all of your custom settings please rerun an Easy Install.

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A
B
C

10 Appendix

Technical specification
Compatibility
Type of connection
Flashtimes
Size of document

Maximum scanning width
Resolution

Photo mode

Contrast control
Copying
Data compression
Modulation
Transmission speeds
Sound power level
Printing method
Thermal paper
Document feed
Fax switch
Dimensions
Weight
Power consumption

Power supply
Speech recording time
Speech output
Allowed operating environment
Recommended operating environment

ITU Group 3
outside line (PSTN) / extension (PABX)
outside line: 100 ms
extension (PABX): 100 ms
Width:
148-217 mm
Length:
105-600 mm
Thickness: 0.05-0.15 mm
216 mm ? 1 mm
horizontal:
8 points/mm (200 dpi)
vertical:
standard
3.85 lines/mm
FINE
7.7 lines/mm
16 grey tones (fax machine without integrated answering device)
32 grey tones (fax machine with integrated answering device)
correction
automatic
fine and photo resolution
MH, MR
V29bis, V27ter, V21
9600/7200/4800/2400 bps
stand by mode: & lt; 20 dBA
copy mode: & lt; 40 dBA
thermal paper printer
210/216 mm x 15/30 m roll
1 sheet
DAY/NIGHT/TIMER
275 x 210 x 108 mm
about 2 kg
stand by: about 3 W
telephoning: about 5 W
sending a standard letter: about 20 W
receiving a standard letter: about 35 W
220-240 V / 50-60 Hz
15 minutes
yes
temperature: 5-40 C
relative humidity : 15-85 % RH not condensing
in use:
temperature: 17-28 C
relative humidity: 20-80 % RH not condensing
in unplugged status (ready for operation with thermal paper loaded):
temperature: 0-45 C
relative humidity: 15-85 % RH not condensing

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Glossary
You can operate your fax machine together with additional devices such as
(cordless) telephones, an answering machine etc. on a single telephone
line. You have to enter some specific settings.

document

The written note you want to send by fax to another party.

DTMF

Short for: Dual Tone Multiple Frequency. With this signal you can start fax
reception from an additional telephone which has tone dialling.

fax paper

see thermal paper

fax switch, automatic and manual receive

The fax switch analyses incoming calls and detects whether it is a normal
call or a fax call. If you have chosen automatic receive a fax will be received
automatically and silently. If you have chosen manual receive, the fax
switch is not operating and faxes can only be received by pressing START.

home telephone system (HTS)

Many private households have installed a home telephone system. Such a
system offers the possibility of internal communication but operates on only
one single telephone line.

incoming message

A message left by a caller when the answering device is switched on.

outgoing message (OGM)

A pre-recorded message is included. When your answering machine is
switched on the caller hears this message which is followed by a beep tone.

parallel

Depending on the country more than one telecommunication device will be
connected either serial or parallel to the telephone line.

polling

You can collect documents which have been prepared for collection at a
remote fax machine.

private branch exchange (PABX),

Private branch exchange systems are common in most large companies.
They provide a kind of internal telephone network. In order to connect to the
public network you must first dial an outside line.

PTT

This is the term used for the network supplier e.g. B.T.

pulse dialling

The old dialling mode is pulse dialling. Every number key has a specific
number of pulses assigned to it.

sender identification

On most fax machines the name and the number of the user can be
entered. This so called sender identification will be printed on the fax receipt
and will also appear on the display of the fax correspondent's' machine.

serial

Depending on the country more than one telecommunication device will be
connected either serial or parallel to the telephone line.

TAM

Abbreviation for Telephone Answering Machine.

thermal paper

Special paper, which turns black by heating it.

tone dialling

Tone dialling is the modern dialling mode. Every key has a different tone
assigned to it.

APPENDIX

additional device, additional telephone

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Index
A
Activating
timer mode 15
Additional devices
call transfer 25
connection 8
fax switch 14
setup 37
technical term 45
Adjusting the recording
time ?) 31
Answering device ?) 30
adjusting the recording
time 31
automatic forwarding of
messages 33
deleting messages 32
in DAY mode 17
in NIGHT mode 19
listening to messages 32
pointer on the display 6
recording a telephone
conversation 34
recording your outgoing
message 30
remote access 35
switching on/off 30
VIP-code 34
volume of messages 32
Answering machine
connection 8
fax switch 14
Appendix 44
Arrows on the display 6

B
Base station of cordless
telephones
proper location 8
Basic functions 11

C
Call duration on the display 20
Call transfer
from an additional telephone to the fax
machine 25
from fax machine to an
additional telephone 25
Caller ID 20
deleting entries from the
memory 21
Dialling a telephone
number of a received
call 21
Searching through the
memory 20
Change
DAY mode 16
NIGHT mode ?) 18
NIGHT mode ?) 19
recording time ?) 31
timer mode 15
type of ring signal 12
volume of loudspeaker 13
volume of messages ?) 32

volume of ring signal 13
Code
Easy Link 37
polled reception 28
remote access ?) 35
service code 43
VIP ?) 34
Configuration
parallel 15
serial 14
Connecting
additional devices 8
the handset to the fax
machine 8
the spiral cable to the
handset 8
to the power supply 8
to the telephone socket 8
Connection
to a home telephone
system 9
to private branch exchange 9
Copying 37
Cordless telephone
connection 8
fax switch 14
proper location of the base
station 8
Correct
stored short dial/telephone
book entries 23
Correct location
of the base station of
cordless telephones 8

D
Date
how to enter 11
DAY mode 16
configuring/checking 17
pointer on the display 6
Deactivating
timer mode 15
Delete
messages ?) 32
settings 43
stored short dial/telephone
book entries 23
Description of the device 6
Device description 6
Dialling
without lifting the
handset 24
Display
Caller ID 20
clock 15
Fax recept.: *5 37
language 11
pointers 6
Rel. line: ** 37
Transfer: *0 37
DMM ?)
pointer on the display 6
receiving faxes in memory
29
Document
feed slot 6
good quality originals 26

guide 6
outlet 6
technical term 45
DTMF
technical term 45
Duration
of recording time ?) 31

E
Easy Install Function 8
Easy Link 37
Entering
display language 11
time and date 11
your name 12
your number 12
Error report--transmission
report 28
EXPERT mode
explanation 39

F
Fax journal 28
Fax message
receive paperless 29
sending 27
Fax paper
technical term 45
Fax recept.: *5 37
Fax reception
DAY mode 16
EXPERT mode 39
NIGHT mode ?) 18
NIGHT mode ?) 19
via computer/modem 16
Fax switch 14
alternatives 14
DAY mode 16
EXPERT mode 39
in use with additional
devices 14
NIGHT mode ?) 18
NIGHT mode ?) 19
parallel configuration 15
serial configuration 14
technical term 45
timer mode 15
Faxing to sub-addresses 29
Fine mode
pointer on the display 6
sending a fax 27
when copying 37
Flashing
of Check Display lamp 4, 5
of the PLAY/PAUSE
key ?) 30
Forwarding
of messages ?) 33
Functions
basic functions 11
overview 7

G
General view of functions 7
Glossary 45
Guarantee 49

H
Hands-free operation ?) 24

?) only for fax machines with built-in answering machine
?) only for fax machines without built-in answering machine
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Handset 6
Header
entering your name 12
entering your telephone
number 12
Help key 38
press more than two
seconds 8
Home telephone system
connecting the fax
machine 9
technical term 45
Hotline 49

I
Identity of the caller 20
deleting entries from the
memory 21
Important information 3
Improving the picture
quality 27
Incoming message
technical term 45
Information
general 3
Inner paper cover 6
Installation 8
connecting additional
devices 8
connecting the handset to
the fax machine 8
connecting the spiral cable
to the handset 8
connecting to a home
telephone system 9
connecting to a private
branch exchange 9
connecting to the power
supply 8
connecting to the telephone socket 8
correct location 8
easy install function 8
loading and removing
thermal paper 8
location of the base station
of cordless phones 8

K
Key allocation ?) 4
Key allocation ?) 5

L
Language of display and
reports 11
Listening to messages ?) 32
Loading thermal paper 8
Location
keys ?) 4
keys ?) 5
of the base station of
cordless telephones 8
of the fax machine 8
Loudspeaker
regulate volume 13

M
Mains cable with power plug 6
Making a call 20

N
Name
entering 12
Names with numbers
correcting 23
deleting 23
NIGHT mode
pointer on the display 6
NIGHT mode ?) 18
configuring/checking 18
NIGHT mode ?) 19
configuring/checking 19
Number
entering 12

O
On-hook dialling 24
Operating environment
(temparature,
humidity) 44
Operation panel 6
Operation panel ?) 4
Operation panel ?) 5
Optimum mode of your fax
switch
parallel 15
serial 14
Other devices
call transfer 25
fax switch 14
Other telephones
setup 37
Outgoing message ?)
recording 30
technical term 45
Outside line 10
Overview
of all functions 7
of device components 6
of key allocation ?) 4
of key allocation ?) 5
of the machine 3

P
PABX
connection 9
setting 10
technical term 45
Packaging contents 3
Paper 44
loading and removing
thermal paper 8
Paper adjustment part 6
Paper compartment 6

Paper tear strip 6
Paperless fax reception 29
Parallel configuration 15
DAY mode 16
EXPERT mode 39
NIGHT mode ?) 18
NIGHT mode ?) 19
technical term 45
Phone book 22
storing names or numbers
with the TELEPHONE
BOOK 22
using the telephone book 23
Phone call
hands-free ?) 24
Photo mode
pointer on the display 6
sending a fax 27
when copying 37
Picture quality
improving 27
Pointers on the display 6
Polled reception 28
Polling
quick polling 29
reception 28
technical term 45
to sub-addresses 29
Preparing your fax machine
for remote access ?) 35
Print quality 27
Printout
function list 7
no printout when copying 40
no printout when receiving
a fax 40
Short dial/telephone book
list 38
transmission/error report 28
Problem solution 40
Programming
date and time 11
day mode 17
language of display and
reports 11
night mode ?) 18
night mode ?) 19
type of ring signal 12
volume of ring signal 13
volume of the loudspeaker
13
your name 12
your number 12
Proper location
of the base station of
cordless telephones 8
PTT
technical term 45
Public network 10
Pulse or tone dialling 9
technical term 45

Q
Quick and easy installation
of your fax machine
connecting additional
devices 8
connecting the handset to
the fax machine 8

connecting the spiral cable
with the telephone book
to the handset 8
keys 22
connecting to the power
Storing names with numbers
supply 8
telephone book 22
connecting to the telSub-addresses
ephone socket 8
faxing to sub-addresses 29
correct location 8
Switching off
the answering device ?) 30
Quick polling 29
the timer mode 15
R
Switching on
the answering device ?) 30
Recording
a telephone
the timer mode 15
conversation ?) 34
T
your outgoing message ?) 30
TAM
Redialling
technical term 45
deleting entries from the
Technical specification 44
memory 21
Technical terms 45
of the last 5 numbers 20
Telephone book 22
Regular line 10
correcting and deleting
Rel. line: ** 37
entries 23
Remote access ?) 35
print stored numbers 38
preparing 35
storing names or numbers
Removing thermal paper 8
with the TELEPHONE
Reports
BOOK 22
Language of reports 11
using the telephone
Resolution (FINE/PHOTO) 27
book 23
Ring signal
Telephone call
choose type 12
call duration appearing on
regulate volume 13
the display 20
S
hands-free ?) 24
recording a
Sender identification
conversation ?) 34
technical term 45
Thermal paper
Sending
loading and removing 8
fax messages 26, 27
outlet 6
which documents to use 26
technical term 45
Serial configuration 14
Time
DAY mode 16
how to enter 11
EXPERT mode 39
TIMER mode 15
NIGHT mode ?) 18
configuring/checking
NIGHT mode ?) 19
time 15
technical term 45
deactivating/activating 15
Service code 43
pointer on the display 6
Settings
Tone or pulse dialling 9
language of display and
technical term 45
reports 11
Transfer: *0 37
time and date 11
Transmission report--error
type of ring signal 12
report 28
volume of loudspeaker 13
volume of ring signal 13
Troubleshooting 40
your name 12
U
your number 12
Using
Short dial 21
short dial keys 22
correcting and deleting
entries 23
the telephone book 23
print stored numbers 38
storing short dial numbers V
and names 21
VIP code ?)
using the short dial keys 22
ringing despite switched
Spiral cable for the telephone
on answering
handset 6
machine ?) 34
Storing
Volume
correcting stored short
of loudspeaker 13
dial/telephone book
of recorded
entries 23
messages ?) 32
deleting stored short dial/
of ring signal 13
telephone book
entries 23
short dial numbers 21

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APPENDIX

Memory 29
Messages ?)
delete 32
forwarding 33
play back 32
recording time 31
regulate volume 32
Microphone
muting 25
Millennium switch 11
Modem
connection 8
fax switch 14
Muting the microphone 25

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APPENDIX

Your international guarantee
Dear customer,
Thank you for purchasing this PHILIPS product which has been designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards.
If, unfortunately, something should go wrong with this product PHILIPS guarantees free of charge labour and replacement parts
irrespective of the country where it is repaired during a period of 12 months from date of purchase. This international PHILIPS
guarantee complements the existing national guarantee obligations to you of dealers and PHILIPS in the country of purchase
and does not affect your statutory rights as a customer.
The PHILIPS guarantee applies provided the products are handled properly for its intended use, in accordance with its operating
instructions and upon presentation of the original invoice or cash receipt, indicating the date of purchase, dealer's name and
model and production number of the product.
The PHILIPS guarantee may not apply if:
? the documents have been altered in any way or made illegible;
? the model or production number on the product has been altered, deleted, removed or made illegible;
? repairs or product modifications and alterations have been executed by unauthorised service organisations or persons
? damage is caused by accidents including but not limited to lightning, water or fire misuse or neglect.
Please note that the product is not defective under this guarantee in the case where modifications become necessary in order
for the product to comply with local or national technical standards which apply in countries for which the product was not
originally designed and/or manufactured. Therefore always check whether a product can be used in a specific country.
In case your PHILIPS product is not working correctly or is defective, please contact your PHILIPS dealer. In the event you
require service whilst in another country a dealer address can be given to you by the PHILIPS Consumer Help Desk in that
country, the telephone and fax number of which can be found in the relevant part of this booklet.
In order to avoid unnecessary inconvenience, we advise you to read the operating instructions carefully before contacting your
dealer. If you have questions which your dealer cannot answer or any related question please write or call:
for the UK:

for Ireland:

for Hong Kong:

for Taiwan:

PHILIPS Consumer
Communications Ltd.
Centre
Unit 4, Elmwood
Chineham Business Park
Crockford Lane
Basingstoke RG24 8 WG
UNITED KINGDOM

PHILIPS Electronics
Ireland Ltd.

PHILIPS Hong Kong Ltd.
Consumer Service Division

Philips Taiwan Ltd.
Consumer Information

Consumer Information Centre
Newstead
Clonskeagh
Dublin 14
IRELAND

Unit A, 10/ F Park Sun Building
103-107 Wo Yi Hop Road
Kwai Chung, N.T.
HONG KONG

Nr. 96 Section 1,
Chien-Kuo N. Road
Taipei
TAIWAN

Phone: 0645-282828
Fax: 0181-7841406

Phone: 01-7640292
Fax: 01-7640299

Phone: 2619-9663
Fax: 2485-3574

Phone: (02)-2382-4567
Fax: (02)-2134-2670

5103 506 1632.2
5103 506 1632.1
1649

UK

The CE mark confirms that the machine corresponds to the relevant guidelines of the European Union.
This operation manual has been printed on chlorine-free, recycled paper, in line with the highest standards of
environmental friendliness.
The used cardboard packaging as well as the cardboard proctecting your facility at its sides made of waste paper
can be recycled like waste paper; corresponding to your country's demands dispose the plastic foils either for
recycling or with your rubbish.
This electronic facility contains recycable material. At the end of use of this facility please inform yourself about the
corresponding recycling demands of your country.
Technical changes and errors excepted.

(C) 1999

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