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  • Panasonic KX-FP250 (112 pages)
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      Quick Start Initial Preparation Telephone Fax/Copy Help General Information Comienzo rápido en español (p. 98) Compact Plain Paper FAX Model No. KX-FP250KX-FP245 To get started, please read the Quick Start section (pages 4 to 11). OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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      2 Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic facsimile. Welcome to the world of Panasonic facsimiles. This product combines the facsimile, telephone and copier features to provide you with moreefficient office or home use. By utilizing these convenient features,
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      3 For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 Important safety instructions When using this unit, basic safety precautionsshould always be followed to reduce the risk of fire,electric shock, or personal injury. 1. Read and understand all instructions.2. Follow all
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      Quick Start 4 For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 Installation Film cartridge (See page 19.) 1 A. Slide the cover open lever forward. B. The cover is under tension to improve print quality. Pull up hard enough to open. C. Remove the leaflet from the unit.
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      Quick Start 5 For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 Tab Recording paper (See page 22.) 4 A. Pull the recording paper set lever forward. B. Fan the stack of paper to prevent a paper jam and insert the paper into the paper tray. C. Move the recording paper set
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      Quick Start 6 For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 Connections Handset cord 1 A. Connect to the unit. B. Connect to the handset. Telephone line cord 2 A. Connect to “LINE” on the unit. B. Connect to a single telephone line jack. RJ11C 120 V, 60 Hz Power surgeprotector
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      7 For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 Quick Start Voice call - making/answering 1 Lift the handset. 3 When finished, hang up the handset. 2 Dial the number. ● For further details, see page 30. ● If you have a trouble, see page 81. Voice call - making
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      Quick Start 8 For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 1 When the unit rings, lift the handset. 2 When finished, hang up the handset. ● For further details, see page 31. ● If you have a trouble, see page 81. Voice call - answering
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      For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 9 Fax - sending/receiving Open the document feeder tray. Insert the document until a single beep is heard and the unit grabs the document. Adjust the width of the document guides to the size of the document. Press . When
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      Quick Start 10 For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 1 When the unit rings, lift the handset. 3 Hang up the handset. 2 When:— document reception is required,— a fax calling tone (slow beep) is heard, or— no sound is heard,press . START/COPY/SET ● For further
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      For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 11 Copy - making Press . START/COPY/SET Enter the number of copies (up to 99). 5 6 Press . START/COPY/SET 4 Open the document feeder tray. Insert the document until a single beep is heard and the unit grabs the document.
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      12 For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 Table of Contents Initial Preparation Finding the Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Controls Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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      13 For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 In it ia l P re p a ra tio n In it ia l P re p a ra tio n T e le p h o n e F a x /C o p y H e lp G e n e ra l In fo rm a tio n C o m ie n z o rá p id o e n e s p a ñ o l Fax/Copy Copying Making a copy . . . . . . .
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      14 Included accessories ● If any items are missing or damaged, check with the place of purchase. ● The part numbers listed above are subject to change without notice. ● Save the original carton and packing materials for future shipping and transportation
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      15 For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 Help Button In it ia l P re p a ra tio n Help function You can print a quick reference for assistance as follows. 1 Press . Display: 2 Press or until the desired item is displayed. The following items are available.
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      16 Finding the Controls REDIAL /PAUSE MUTE FLASH RINGER/HANDSET/SPEAKER VOLUME FILM REMAINING STOP START/ COPY/ SET FA X ON SP-PHONE AUTO ANSWER IQ-FAX MEMORY% HELP ABC DEF GHI JKL MNO PQRS TUV WXYZ OPER TONE Dial keypad ● Used to change from pulse to tone
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      17 In it ia l P re p a ra tio n MIC JOG D JOG DIAL IAL FWD BACK RESOLUTION DIRECTORY PROGRAM MENU 1 6 2 7 3 8 4 9 5 10 LOWER BBRRO OAAD D CCAST AST HYPHEN INSERT SECRET NAME/TEL NO. ● Used to select a resolution (p. 41). ● Used for transmission to multiple
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      18 Finding the Controls Overview Recording paper entrance Recording paper set lever Paper tray Document guides Document entrance Speaker Recording paper exit Stacker Document exit Cover open lever Document feeder tray Cover
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      19 Setup In it ia l P re p a ra tio n 1 Remove the shipping tape from the unit. 2 Slide the cover open lever forward. Film cartridge Shipping tape Cover Cover open lever The free starter film prints about 65 letter size pages. A normal film roll prints about
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      20 Setup 5 If the film in the film cartridge is slack, tighten itby winding the bottom side gears. 6 Install the film cartridge into the unit. 7 Make sure that the blue label on the cartridgematches the one on the unit. Blue label Film Bottom side gears
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      21 In it ia l P re p a ra tio n Setup 3 Confirm the stacker is locked with the centerslots. Stacker Center slots Stacker Using legal size paper PU SH T O O PE N PO US SE R P OU R O UV RIR Dotted area Stacker extender 4 Slide the stacker until it stops. Stacker
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      22 Setup 1 Open the paper tray. 2 Insert the two tabs on the paper tray into the slotson the back of the unit. ● Do not place the unit in areas where the papertray may be obstructed by walls, etc. 1 Pull the recording paper set lever forward. Paper tray
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      23 In it ia l P re p a ra tio n 2 Fan the stack of paper to prevent a paper jamand insert the paper into the paper tray. ● The height of the stack of the paper should notexceed the upper limit on the paper tray,otherwise a paper jam or multi-feed may occur.
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      24 Setup Connections RJ11C 120 V, 60 Hz Telephone line cord Power cord Handset cord Connect to “LINE”. Power surgeprotector ( ) Line surgeprotector ( ) Note: ● The warranty does not cover damage due to power line surges or lightning.For additional equipment
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      25 In it ia l P re p a ra tio n You should program the date and time, your logo and facsimile telephone number. This information will beprinted on each page transmitted from your unit, fulfilling the requirements of the Telephone Protection Act of 1991.
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      26 Setup Setting your logo The logo can be your company, division or name. STOP START/COPY/SET Dial keypad MENU One-Touch Dial keys INSERT / JOG DIAL To correct a mistake ● Press or to move the cursor to the incorrect character, then make the correction.
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      27 In it ia l P re p a ra tio n 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 1 2 Keys Characters 1 [ ] { } + – / = , . _ : ; ? | ‚ A B C a b c 2 D E F d e f 3 G H I g h i 4 J K L j k l 5 M N O m n o 6 P Q R S p q r s 7 T U V t u v 8 W X Y Z w x y z 9 0 ( ) ! " # $ % & ¥
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      28 Setup Setting your facsimile telephone number 1 Press . Display: 2 Press , then . 3 Press . 4 Enter your facsimile telephone number up to 20digits using the dial keypad or . If using , press to move the cursor. Example: 5 Press . 6 Press . MENU SETUP
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      29 Volume In it ia l P re p a ra tio n Adjusting volumes Ringer volume 4 levels (high/middle/low/off) are available.While the unit is idle, press or . ¡ To turn the ringer off: 1. Press repeatedly until the following message is displayed. Display: 2. Press
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      30 Making and Answering Calls Voice call - making 1 Press or lift the handset. Display: 2 Dial the telephone number. Example: ● If you misdial, hang up and dial again. 3 When the other party answers, talk into themicrophone or handset. 4 When finished, press
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      31 T e le p h o n e Making and Answering Calls Voice call - answering 1 When the unit rings, press or lift the handset. 2 When finished, press or hang up the handset. SP-PHONE SP-PHONE SP-PHONE MUTE Handset /
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      32 Making and Answering Calls FLASH REDIAL/PAUSE TONE The ( ) button is used for rotary pulse dial services and allows you to temporarily change from thepulse to tone mode during a dialing operation.When you hang up, the unit will automatically return tothe
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      33 T e le p h o n e The unit will automatically set the dialing mode to “TONE” or “PULSE” when the unit is turned on if this featureis set to “AUTO”.If you cannot dial, change the dialing mode setting to “TONE” or “PULSE” by following the instructions below.
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      34 One-Touch Dial Helpful hints: ● To confirm the stored telephone numbersand station names, print a telephone numberlist (see page 91). ● The stored names in One-Touch Dial can besearched for using the JOG DIAL directory. Example: John <S02> The unit’s
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      35 T e le p h o n e To select characters with the dial keypad Pressing the dial keys will select a character as shown below. Instead of pressing the dial keys, you can select characters using the JOG DIAL. 1. Rotate until the desired character is displayed.
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      36 One-Touch Dial 1 Press or lift the handset. Display: ● Confirm there are no documents in the documentfeeder tray. 2 For stations 1–5Press the desired One-Touch Dial key.For stations 6–10Press , then press the desired One-Touch Dial key. Example: 3 When
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      37 T e le p h o n e Storing names and telephone numbers in the JOG DIAL directory 1 Press . Display: 2 Rotate until the following is displayed. 3 Enter the name, up to 10 characters, by followingthe instructions on page 35. Example: 4 Press . 5 Enter the
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      38 JOG DIAL 1 Rotate until the desired name is displayed. Example: 2 Press . 3 Press to select “EDIT”. ● If you do not need to edit the name, skip to step 5. 4 Edit the name by following the instructions on page 35. 5 Press . Example: ● If you do not need
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      39 T e le p h o n e 1 Rotate until the desired name is displayed. Example: 2 Press or lift the handset. ● The unit will start dialing automatically. 3 When the other party answers, talk into themicrophone or the handset. 4 When finished, press or hang up
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      40 Voice Contact Talking to the caller after fax transmission orreception FACE DOWN SP-PHONE Handset You can have a conversation during the same call after the fax message is completed. This will save the addedexpense and time of making another call.This
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      41 Sending Faxes Fax/Copy Sending a fax manually 1 Open the document feeder tray. 2 Adjust the width of the document guides to the sizeof the document. 3 Insert the document (up to 15 pages) FACEDOWN until a single beep is heard and the unitgrabs the document.
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      Fax auto redial If the line is busy or there is no answer, the unitwill automatically redial the number up to 5 times. ● This feature is also available for;— sending faxes using the JOG DIAL directory (page 43), and — delayed transmission (page 50). ● During
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      43 F a x /C o p y Sending a fax using the JOG DIAL directory 1 Open the document feeder tray. 2 Adjust the width of the document guides to the sizeof the document. 3 Insert the document (up to 15 pages) FACEDOWN until a single beep is heard and the unitgrabs
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      44 Sending Faxes IQ-FAX 1 Fill out the attached application form and fax it to 1-800-909-6649. ● The FaxSav company will send you a welcome fax after they have activated your account. ● There is no application or monthly fee. You pay only for the faxes you
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      45 F a x /C o p y START/COPY/SET Dial keypad MENU / 1 Press . Display: 2 Press , then . 3 Press . 4 Press or to select “ON”. ● If this feature is not required, select “OFF”. 5 Press . 6 Press . MENU SETUP ITEM [ ] START/COPY/SET MODE=ON ▼ ▲ MODE=OFF ▼ ▲
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      46 Sending Faxes Sending a fax using the Internet 1 Open the document feeder tray. 2 Adjust the width of the document guides to the sizeof the document. 3 Insert the document (up to 15 pages) FACEDOWN until a single beep is heard and the unitgrabs the document.
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      47 F a x /C o p y 6 0 0 m m (2 3 5 / 8 ") Paper width Minimum size 128 mm (5") 1 2 8 m m (5 ") Maximum size 216 mm (8 1 / 2 ") 208 mm (8 3 / 16 ") Effective scanning area 4 mm Scanned area 216 mm (8 1 / 2 ") Single sheet:45 g /m 2
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      48 Sending Faxes The sending report will provide you with a printed record of the fax transmission result.One of the following choices is available. ERROR: The sending report will print out only when fax transmission fails (pre-selected setting).ON: The
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      49 F a x /C o p y This feature prints a journal report automatically after every 35 new fax communications. After printing, only the oldest communication result will be erased when a new communication occurs.When this feature is deactivated, the unit will
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      50 Sending Faxes 1 Insert the document FACE DOWN. Display: 2 Press . 3 Press , then . 4 Press . 5 Press or to select “ON”. 6 Press . 7 Enter the fax number using the dial keypad, One-Touch Dial or . 8 Press . 9 Enter the transmission start time. Example
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      51 F a x /C o p y The unit is able to scan and store documents into memory, and then transmit the stored documents.The memory capacity is approx. 25 pages based on the CCITT No. 1 test chart in standard resolution. For theCCITT No. 1 test chart, see page
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      52 Sending Faxes This feature is useful when frequently sending the same documents to selected parties whose telephonenumbers are stored in One-Touch Dial and the JOG DIAL directory. You must program the desired parties intothe BROADCAST key (One-Touch Dial
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      53 F a x /C o p y Using the BROADCAST key FACE DOWN START/COPY/SET STOP BROADCAST Broadcast report The documents will be scanned and stored into memory when using the BROADCAST key. After transmission,the stored documents will be erased automatically.The
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      54 Sending Faxes Overseas You may experience difficulty when transmitting documents overseas. This feature makes sending documentseasier as the transmission speed is slowed down. Before starting transmission, follow the steps below. Note: ● After transmission,
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      55 F a x /C o p y Connecting tone This feature allows you to hear connecting tones, such as a fax tone, ring back tone or busy tone for severalseconds when you send a fax using One-Touch Dial or the JOG DIAL directory. This will tell you the status ofthe
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      56 Receiving Faxes Setting the unit to receive calls How you want to use the unit to receive faxes To answer all voice andfax calls yourself. Voice/Fax call You have to set this. TEL mode (See page 58.) AUTO ANSWER is OFF. ● When the AUTO ANSWER light is
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      57 Receiving Faxes F a x /C o p y You have Distinctive Ringservice from the telephonecompany (this allows you tohave up to 3 telephonenumbers on the same line). 2 number example To activate the Distinctive Ringmode, select the same ring patternas assigned
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      58 Receiving Faxes 1 When the unit rings, press or lift the handset to answer the call. 2 When:— document reception is required,— a fax calling tone (slow beep) is heard, or— no sound is heard, press . 3 Hang up the handset, if using it. ● The unit will
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      59 F a x /C o p y (all calls are received as faxes) FAX ONLY mode Activating the FAX ONLY mode Turn on the AUTO ANSWER mode by pressing until the AUTO ANSWER light turns on. ● The display will show the following. Display: ● The unit will automatically answer
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      60 Receiving Faxes This setting determines the number of rings before the unit answers a call in the FAX ONLY mode. You can choose from 1 to 5 rings. If you use the unit with an answering machine, select “5 EXT.TAM” (see pages 60 to 63). Helpful hints: ●
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      61 F a x /C o p y 1 Connect the answering machine to the EXT jack on the back of the fax machine. Setting up the fax machine and an answering machine Telephone line cord Answering machine(not included) Peel off the tape on the EXT jack andconnect the cord.
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      62 Receiving Faxes To use with an answering machine and computer, we recommend thefollowing setup. Always connect the fax machine directly to the wall jack. Answering machine Wall jack Computer Fax machine Note: ● Set the TEL mode on the fax machine. ● The
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      63 F a x /C o p y Some answering machines will allow you to retrieve voice messages from a remote location. To deactivate thefax machine while you are checking your messages, set the remote activation ID code for the answeringmachine. Important: ● This ID
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      64 Receiving Faxes Distinctive Ring service This feature can only be used when you subscribe to a Distinctive Ring service from your telephonecompany. For more information on the availability of this service, contact your telephone companybefore activating
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      65 F a x /C o p y Setting the Distinctive Ring pattern assigned for faxes Note: ● The unit will automatically answer a Distinctive Ringcall after the first ring irregardless of the AUTOANSWER, receive mode or ring count setting. ● If you have only 1 Distinctive
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      66 Receiving Faxes TEL/FAX mode (receiving voice calls with rings and fax calls withoutrings when you are near the unit) Use this mode when you are always near the unit, are not using an answering machine, and you want the faxmachine to detect faxes without
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      67 F a x /C o p y Ring pattern when an extension telephone is connected The extension telephone will ring once.(The unit will not ring.) TEL/FAX delayed ring count Silent fax recognition ring count The unit will ring up to 3 times.(The extension telephone
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      68 Receiving Faxes 1 Press . Display: 2 Press , then . 3 Press . 4 Press or to select “TEL/FAX”. 5 Press . ● The unit will print an information list. 6 Press . 7 If the AUTO ANSWER light is off, turn it on bypressing . TEL/FAX MODE AUTO ANSWER MENU SETUP
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      69 F a x /C o p y This setting determines the number of times the extension telephone rings in the TEL/FAX mode. You canchoose from 1 to 4 rings.When an extension telephone is not connected, this setting does not need to be changed. Note: ● If the number
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      70 Receiving Faxes Extension telephone When you connect an extension telephone to your unit or on the same line, you can receive fax documentsusing the extension telephone.You do not have to go to the unit and press . Important: ● Use a touch tone telephone
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      71 F a x /C o p y Other size documents When the size of the documents sent by the other party is as large as, or larger than the recording paper, theunit can reduce each page of the document and print it out on the recording paper by programming a suitablereduction
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      72 Receiving Faxes Silent detection This feature allows the unit to activate the fax function automatically if a silent pause longer than 4 seconds isdetected when using an answering machine. Helpful hints: ● If you wish to receive documents from fax machines
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      73 F a x /C o p y Friendly reception The friendly reception feature allows you to receive fax documents automatically without pressing (see page 58). When this feature is deactivated, you will have to press to receive fax documents each time you answer a
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      74 Receiving Faxes Pager call - when your unit receives a fax This feature allows your unit to call your pager when your unit receives a fax document. START/COPY/SET Dial keypad MENU SP-PHONE / REDIAL/PAUSE (Pause) How your unit and pager work When your
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      75 F a x /C o p y If this feature is activated, the display will show the following message when the remaining film prints about 15 letter size documents. Display: ● If you are using regular film (100 m roll) when the above message is displayed, the unit
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      76 Copying Making a copy The unit can make single or multiple copies (up to 99). Any transmittable document (see page 47) can becopied. 1 Open the document feeder tray. ● If the display shows “CHECK PAPER”, makesure you pull the paper set lever when installingpaper.
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      77 F a x /C o p y The unit can make enlarged or reduced copies of a document. ■ To enlarge a document: Select “200%” by pressing ( ), then insert the document into the unit from the top side. The unit will only enlarge the center part of the top half of
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      78 Error Messages For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 Printed reports When your fax does not transmit, check the following items first.– The number you dialed is correct, and– The other party’s machine is a facsimile.If the problem remains, correct the problem
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      79 Error Messages H e lp For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 LCD display If the unit detects a problem, one or more of the following messages will appear on the display. ● There is something wrong with the unit. Contact our service personnel. ● The cover
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      80 Error Messages For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 ● A recording paper jam occurred under the film cartridge. Clear the jammed paper(p. 85). ● The unit is checking if the film is set correctly. Wait for a while. ● The other party’s fax machine is busy
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      81 Operations H e lp For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 When a function does not work, check herebefore requesting help General ● The power cord or telephone line cord is not connected. Check theconnections (p. 24). ● The dialing mode setting is wrong.
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      82 Operations For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 Fax reception ● The telephone line cord is connected to the EXT jack on the unit.Connect to the LINE jack (p. 24). ● The receive mode is set to the TEL mode. Set to the FAX ONLY orTEL/FAX mode. ● The time
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      83 Operations H e lp For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 Copying ● Pull the paper set lever, make sure the paper is inserted correctlyand push the paper set lever. ● You may be programming the unit. Try to make a copy afterprogramming or stop the programming.
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      84 Operations For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 If a power failure occurs ● The unit will not function. ● Transmission and reception will be interrupted. Check the transactions by printing a journal report. ● If fax documents are stored in memory, they
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      85 H e lp For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 Recording paper jam If the unit does not eject any recording paper during reception or copying, the recording paper has jammed.Remove the jammed paper by following the display message on this page and page 86.
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      86 Jams For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 The display will show the following message. Display: Remove the jammed paper as follows. Pull the recording paper set lever forward, then pull outthe jammed recording paper from the recording paperentrance.Push
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      87 H e lp For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 Sending document jams Sending documents does not feed, or multi-feeds If the unit does not release the document during feeding, remove the document as follows. Cover open lever 1 Slide the cover open lever forward.
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      88 Ink Film For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 How much film you have left Replacing the film or film cartridge To check the amount of remaining film, press while the unit is idle. The display indicates the approximate amount of remaining film. FILM REMAINING
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      89 H e lp For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 6 Insert the blue gear into the blue core of the newfilm. 7 Insert the three green gears into the remainingcores of the new film. 8 Insert the film into the cartridge so that the bluegear matches the blue label
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      90 Cleaning For Assistance, Call 1-800-435-7329 If misfeeding occurs frequently or if dirty patterns or black bands appear on a copied or transmitted document,clean the document feeder. Rubber flap Sub roller Document feeder rollers Glass White plate Power
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      91 Reports General Information Printing the feature settings, telephone numbers,the journal and printer test list You can print out the following documents. Feature list: provides you with the current settings of the basic and advanced programming features
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      92 Display Contrast / Reset Changing the LCD display contrast Use this feature to adjust the display contrast. NORMAL: (Pre-selected setting) DARKER: Used when the display contrast is too light. START/COPY/SET Dial keypad MENU / 1 Press . Display: 2 Press
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      93 FCC Information G e n e ra l In fo rm a tio n List of FCC requirements and information If required by the telephone company, inform themof the following. ● FCC Registration No.:(found on the bottom of the unit) ● Ringer Equivalence No.: (found on the
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      94 Warranty Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company,Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation of AmericaOne Panasonic Way, Secaucus,New Jersey 07094 Panasonic Sales Company Division of Matsushita Electric of Puerto Rico, Inc.Ave. 65 de Infantería, Km. 9.5,
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      95 G e n e ra l In fo rm a tio n CALIFORNIA6550 Katella AvenueCypress, CA 90630 800 Dubuque AvenueS. San Francisco, CA 94080 20201 Sherman WaySuite 102Canoga Park, CA 91306 3878 Ruffin Road Suite A San Diego, CA 92123 COLORADO1640 South Abilene StreetSuite
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      96 Warranty Notes for product service and shipping the product For product service ● Servicenters are listed on page 95. ● Call toll free 1-800-HELP-FAX (435-7329) for the location of an authorized servicenter. When you ship the product ● Carefully pack
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      97 G e n e ra l In fo rm a tio n Technical data about this product Applicable Lines: Public Switched Telephone Network Document Size: Max. 216 mm (8 1 / 2 ") in width Max. 600 mm (23 5 / 8 ") in length Effective Scanning Width: 208 mm (8 3 / 16 ")
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      98 Comienzo rápido en español ● Esta guía le ofrece una explicación básica en español sobre cómoutilizar su facsímil. Índice Página Instalación ..................................................................................... 99 Conexiones ...................................................................................
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      99 Comienzo rápido en español C o m ie n z o rá p id o e n e s p a ñ o l Instalación 1 3 2 4 Cartucho de película A. Deslice hacia adelante la palanca de abertura de la cubierta. B. La cubierta está bajo tensión para mejorar la calidad de la impresión. Tire
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      100 Comienzo rápido en español Conexiones Cable del auricular A. Conéctelo a la unidad. B. Conéctelo al auricular. Cable de línea telefónica A. Conéctelo a “LINE” de la unidad. B. Conéctelo a una toma delínea telefónica sencilla. ( ) Protector contrasobrevoltaje
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      101 C o m ie n z o rá p id o e n e s p a ñ o l Comienzo rápido en español Programación inicial Pulse . Pulse , y luego . Pulse . Introduzca el mes/día/año correcto seleccionándoloscon 2 dígitos para cada uno utilizando el teclado demarcación o . Si utiliza
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      102 Comienzo rápido en español Memorización de nombres y números deteléfono para la marcación de un toque Pulse . Para las estaciones 1-5Pulse una de las teclas de marcación de un toque. ● Si selecciona la tecla de marcación de un toque 1,seleccione “DIAL
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      103 C o m ie n z o rá p id o e n e s p a ñ o l Comienzo rápido en español Memorización de nombres y números deteléfono en el directorio JOG DIAL Teclado de marcación STOP JOG DIAL START/COPY/SET DIRECTORY PROGRAM / Para acceder rápidamente a los números
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      104 Comienzo rápido en español Para hacer/contestar una llamada de voz ■ Para hacer manualmente una llamada de voz Levante el auricular. 1 Marque el número. 2 Cuelgue el auricular cuando termine. 3 ■ Para hacer una llamada de voz utilizando la marcación
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      105 Comienzo rápido en español C o m ie n z o rá p id o e n e s p a ñ o l Envío de un fax ■ Envío manual de un fax Abra la bandeja del alimentador de documentos. Ajuste la anchura de las guías de documentos según el tamaño del documento. 1 2 Inserte el documento
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      106 Comienzo rápido en español Reciviendo un fax ■ Recepción manual de un fax Levante el auricular cuando oiga el timbre de la unidad. Cuando:— sea necesario recibir un documento,— se oiga un tono de llamada de fax (pitido lento), o— no se oiga sonido,pulse
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      107 Comienzo rápido en español C o m ie n z o rá p id o e n e s p a ñ o l Pulse . 6 Introduzca el número de copias (hasta 99). 5 START/COPY/SET Pulse . 4 START/COPY/SET Abra la bandeja del alimentador de documentos. Ajuste la anchura de las guías de documentos
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      108 Index Index A Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14Advanced features . . . . . . . . . . . . .110, 111 (Resetting) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Answering machine . . . . . . . . . . 61, 62, 63AUTO ANSWER button .
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      109 R Receiving (Fax) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 58 (Setting) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56, 57 Receiving reduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71Recording paper . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 22, 23, 97Recording paper jam . . . . . . . . . . . .
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      110 Features Summary Summary of user programmable features Note: ● You can display the basic features in the order above by rotating instead of entering the code number (#01, #02, etc.). JOG DIAL Basic features Code #01 #02 #03 #04 #07 #12 #13 #15 Page 25
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      111 Features Summary Code #31 #36 #39 #40 #41 #44 #46 #70 #75 #76 #77 #78 #79 #80 Page 65 71 92 72 70 73 73 74 45 55 68 69 75 92 Feature & Display Setting the Distinctive Ring pattern Receiving other sizes of documents Changing the LCD display contrast
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      Free peace of mind, direct from Panasonic N O EXTRA C O S T ■ 1-year limited warranty 1 parts & labor ■ Toll-free help line ■ Free overnight replacement 2 and repair program Panasonic FAX ADVANTAGE PROGRAM Panasonic Consumer ElectronicsCompany, Division