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This chapter includes general information about your terminal and how to install the terminal...

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Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2 (front and top terminal views) show the minimum space requirements around the terminal as needed for normal operator functions and routine service maintenance functions... These requirements are the same for one or two paper tray units...

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Floor space required: 50 x 52 inches (1270 x 1320 mm)

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A standard two-pole, three-wire grounded receptacle is required within 5 feet (1... 5 meters) of the terminal...

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The power line should be single phase (2 wires plus ground) with a 60 Hz cycle and a voltage between 104 to 127 VAC (nominal 120 VAC)... Standby power consumption is less than 65 watts... The line should support a maximum power consumption of 230 watts during operation...

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In some locations, the delivery company sets up the terminal and ensures it is operational... In these cases, proceed to Chapter 2, Getting Started...

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NOTE: The table/stand for the terminal must be capable of supporting 75 pounds and meet the space requirements... A stand is available as an option from Xerox...

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If you have purchased an option for the terminal (other than the stand), a customer service representative will install the option(s)... If you have not purchased an option, follow the directions below to assemble the terminal and check its operation...

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b... If no dial tone is heard, check the connections... If checking the connections does not resolve the problem, call customer assistance (refer to Requesting assistance in Chapter 9)...

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2... Install the copy output tray by sliding the copy output tray into the lower slot of the left side cover... Bias the tray down slightly while sliding it in to secure the front and rear edges (Figure 1-4)...

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c... If an error code is displayed during the test, record the error code, then press [Start] to continue the test...

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e... Compare the copy with the original... If they compare, the scanner and printer are functioning correctly... If there are quality problems, call customer assistance (refer to Requesting assistance in Chapter 9)...

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b... Move the adjustor to the left or right, as desired... The far left setting (under the largest part of the triangle) is the loudest and the far right setting is the softest...

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Multiple copy - Subsequent pages (A4/letter size original) Approximately 11 seconds

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Mixed-weight stacks of more than 30 documents should include a maximum of four 32 or 36 pound documents...

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G3 (Fine) ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 7... 7 lines per mm 1% ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... (195... 6 lines/inch 1%)

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WARNING Ask your local telephone company for the modular jack type installed on your line... Connecting this terminal to an unauthorized jack can severely damage telephone company equipment... You, not Xerox, assume all responsibility and/or liability for any damage caused by the connection of this terminal to an unauthorized jack...

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5... The telephone company will, where practical, notify you when they need to temporarily disconnect service... However, if action is reasonable and necessary, but prior notice is not practical, they may still temporarily disconnect your service... In such cases they must:

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Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company... The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection... In some cases, the companys inside wiring associated with a single line individual service may be extended by means of a certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord)... The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some situations...

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The Load Number assigned to each terminal device denotes the percentage of the total load to be connected to a telephone loop which is used by the device to prevent overloading... The termination on a loop may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the total of the Load Number of all the devices does not exceed 100...

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Operation of this equipment in a residential area may also cause radio or television interference... In this case you, at your own expense, will be required to correct the interference... An FCC booklet, HOW TO IDENTIFY AND RESOLVE RADIO-TV INTERFERENCE PROBLEMS (stock number 004-000-00345-4) is available from the U... S... Government Printing Office, Washington, D... C... , 20402...

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Now that the terminal is installed, you need to become familiar with the features of your terminal and available options... This chapter provides an overview of the terminals features...

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Figure 2-1 shows a tabletop facsimile terminal designed to provide easy access to a multitude of features...

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Place documents face down in the automatic document feeder (ADF) for copying, transmitting, and storing to memory... The ADF has adjustable guides, called document guides, on each side which can be moved to accommodate various paper sizes...

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This section discusses the major features that the 7032 and 7033 have in common, and the differences between the 7032 and 7033...

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Dual access that allows simultaneous occurrence of more than one operation, such as receiving a document and copying a document is standard on a 7033, and optional on the 7032...

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Table 2-1 below includes some basic operations that you may want to do when you first begin using your terminal, and shows a reference page indicating where the directions for each operation can be found...

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The Encryption Interface option, required for connection to an encryptor (not supplied by Xerox), provides protection against unauthorized access or alteration of data during transmission... If an encryption device is installed, communications are only possible with units having the same type of encryptor and same encoded key... Normal machine operations apply...

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NOTE: The auxiliary paper tray option is required if you purchase this option... In the 7032, the 1 megabyte or 3 megabyte memory upgrade is also required...

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The stand provides a convenient location to place the terminal and to store supplies and the User Handbook...

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Before using the features of the terminal, you should become familiar with control panel use...

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Figure 3-1 shows the control panel location of the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), consisting of two lines with 40 characters each...

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Exit During program mode*, terminates the current segment or entire programming sequence... Depending on the point where [Exit] was pressed, entries made up to that point in the programming may or may not be stored...

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The indicator consists of ten LEDs, representing 10% to 100%, to show the operator the amount of available memory... Since this indicator is continuously updated, the amount shown is the current amount of available memory... This indicator functions like a gas gauge; as memory is used, the LEDs turn off...

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This indicator shows the operator the availability of the printer, scanner, and telephone line...

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If the machine is active on a current job, only the functions of the first five buttons under the control panel door, ([Brief Message] through [Long Original]), [Directory Setup], [Pending Job Delete/View], and [Store for Polling] are available... If an operation is requested that cannot be performed, an invalid alarm will sound...

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Several LEDs indicate the status of various features... Figure 3-4 shows the location of these LEDs on the Control Panel... Refer to Table 3-3 for a summary of the selections...

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Picture+Text Select this for transmission or copy when neither graphics nor text image is optimum... Provides better representation of text than picture setting... Provides better graphics representation than text contrast settings...

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- Lower case indicates the character shown below the button is to be entered during programming...

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Copy Allows selection of paper tray (if auxiliary paper tray option installed) and selection of enlargement/reduction sizes for copying...

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When manually dialing and the terminal is set for pulse dial, [Pause] selects DTMF (tone) dialing and the display indicates tone... This is used for remote devices that require tone dialing input...

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When data entry is required during programming for a function button, press the button with the desired character listed below it... If two characters are listed below the button, such as A and !, the button selects the character on the left; use of the Special Character button allows selection of the character on the right... Upper and lower case characters are available by pressing the Upper/Lower Case button (LED indicates current selection)...

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Contains data input menus for selecting user access, user account, copy inhibit, receive to memory, print from memory, hard disk reformat, junk mail elimination, out-of-paper receive to memory, memory reallocation...

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The ENTER TERMINAL ID / NAME portion of the display disappears after you assign the terminal ID and local name... Refer to Local terminal ID in Chapter 5 for directions on assigning the terminal ID... Refer to Local terminal name in Chapter 5 for directions on assigning the local name...

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When the terminal enters program mode (control panel door open or feature programming completed), the following is displayed:

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If no further activity is detected by the terminal within one minute following the appearance of the previous display, the following is displayed:

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If the procedure is not successful, the tone sounds for 3 - 5 seconds... The tone may be accompanied by a visual fault indication, such as an error message on the display...

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Two short tones indicate that the action has not been accepted when a control panel button is pushed...

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This chapter begins with an overview for the dialing options available with this terminal... The chapter also contains directions for basic terminal operations (refer to Chapter 5 for additional enhancements to the basic operations)...

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Even though numbers 001 through 150 can be used for speed dialing, you can use numbers 001 through 058 for the one-touch dialing... With one- touch dialing, you can dial the telephone number by using the One-touch keys... located on the bottom portion of the control panel...

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NOTE: With this procedure, the number is not dialed until all digits are entered and the terminal has started... Pauses may be required for proper dialing sequence... Refer to Using a pause on page 4-7...

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where (NUMBER) is the telephone number or name assigned to the one-touch key pressed in this step and nnn is the dial directory number...

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3... Using the telephone keypad, enter the 3- digit code assigned to the desired permanent dial group... Refer to Table 4-2 at the top of the next page...

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When programming the dial directory, a pause may be included anywhere in the telephone number by pressing the Pause button... Add multiple pauses as necessary to increase the pause time... Use the Pause button whenever waiting is required before the next number can be dialed...

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An example would be dialing into a system that uses charge code numbers after your telephone number... A pause should be entered to ensure the system is ready to accept these numbers...

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NOTE: In the North American market, the number of redial attempts (0 to 10) and the time between attempts (0 to 255 minutes) can be changed by using the Redial Options button (refer to Redial options in Chapter 5 for this procedure)... The time can be modified in one minute intervals...

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NOTE: If multiple copies of multiple originals are desired, the terminal copies the originals to memory (provided enough memory exists), and then automatically collates the copies as they are printed...

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8... Once all of the desired functions are set, press [Start]... The following is displayed:

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NOTE: AUTO means that the terminal automatically calculates the best percentage for reduction of the document...

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Polling is a basic receive operation... The only way it differs from the normal receive operation is that you initiate the operation by dialing the remote terminal... The remote terminal must have documents loaded for this operation...

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- Print a Pending Job Report (refer to Pending Job Report in Chapter 6)... From the report, obtain the number of the document to be printed (in No... column)... Then use [Pending Job View/Delete] to print the document (refer to Pending job viewing/deleting in Chapter 5)... Using the view selection does not clear memory...

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NOTE: On the 7033, the displays in Steps 1- 3 are only displayed if [Job Status] has been pressed after the terminal has answered the call...

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- Print a Pending Job Report (refer to Pending Job Report in Chapter 6)... From the report, obtain the number of the document to be printed (in No... column)... Then use [Pending Job View/Delete] to print the document (refer to Pending job viewing/deleting in Chapter 5)... Using the view selection does not clear memory...

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3... After entering the desired number, press [Start]... The terminal then loads (into memory) the document in the automatic document feeder as the following is displayed:

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5... After the telephone connection has been made, the status of the transmission is displayed... The status notes the document is being sent (SENDING), the sending speed (96 in example), and the communication mode (CCITT G3 in example is displayed only if no remote terminal ID is available)...

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Store and forward, commonly referred to as broadcast, is sending to multiple locations... The terminal can send to multiple locations using group dial for repetitive operations... Refer to Dial groups in Chapter 5 for this operation... For a store and forward operation not using group dial, use the following procedure...

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This chapter contains information about setting up the terminal and using the terminal features not discussed in Chapter 4... Refer to Table 5-1 below for specific chapter contents...

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Memory options (receive, out of paper receive, print, memory full), specifying

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You can spec i fy whether the terminal wi l l automatically answer an incoming call or the operator must manually answer the call... If automatic answering is selected, you can also specify the length of the delay before the call is answered...

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NOTE: The te rm ina l can be se t t o de lay answering by 5, 10, or 15 seconds to allow for voice answering when the office is attended... This feature is not available in all countries...

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8... Press [Enter]... The original Receive Options menu displays, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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Up to 50 brief messages from 1-15 characters in length can be defined... Then, any of these brief messages can be included in the header of a transmitted document... Before using this feature, the transmitted header must be enabled... Refer to Enabling a received/transmitted header in this chapter for directions...

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NOTE: Another way to view all defined Brief Messages is to print an Options Report in System Reports, which contains a list of all brief messages (refer to Options Report in Chapter 6)...

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NOTE: If you are not sure of the number of the desired message, press [Select] to scroll through the messages or print an Options Report, which contains a list of all brief messages (refer to Options Report in Chapter 6)...

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Use the Communication button to select the communication mode for a specific job... The communication mode returns to the specified default after the job completion...

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3... Press [Enter]... The original Communication menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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3... Press [Enter]... The original Communication menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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To specify the communication mode for a specific job, do the following:

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3... Press [Enter]... The original Communication menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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3... Press [Enter]... The original Communication menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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First, the received and/or transmitted headers must be enabled... Refer to Enabling a received/transmitted header in this chapter for directions...

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10... Type the company logo and press [Enter]... The Contents menu, as shown below, is displayed, allowing you to make additional choices...

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The continuous poll option allows the terminal to continue polling after a group poll is completed until the operator disables the option...

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The upper portion of the control panel contains buttons used to select contrast level normal, dark, and light choices (located under Original Document on the control panel)... Refer to Status indicators in Chapter 3 for details on the use of these buttons...

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Using the telephone keypad, enter the two-digit number that is to be the contrast value for a Light setting and press [Enter]...

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7... Press [Enter]... The original Terminal Options menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices:

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You can program the terminal to send or poll a document unattended at a later time... This feature allows you to send or poll documents at a time when telephone rates are lower... Multiple delayed starts can be programmed... Batch send refers to multiple delayed start transmissions to the same location... To use the delayed start feature, do the following:

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6... The cursor is now positioned in the first position of the DD (day) field... Follow the same procedure for entering the DD (day), YY (year), HH (hour), and MM (minute) fields as in Step 5... Depending on whether the time is set up on a 12 hour or 24 hour basis, the following occurs after pressing [Enter] following the MM entry,:

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11... If sending with documents in ADF, press [Start]...

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The telephone numbers associated with dial directory numbers 1-58 can be accessed with one-touch dialing... Therefore, assign the most frequently used telephone numbers to numbers 1-58... Use the empty dial directory report to record your decisions...

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6... Print the dial directory report to confirm that the numbers and associated features were correctly entered... Refer to Dial directory report in Chapter 6...

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NOTE: Pauses may be required for proper dialing sequence... Refer to Using a pause in Chapter 4... If you wish some of the numbers such as charge codes not to appear on the activity report, dial directory report, or the display, enter the special character / before and after the charge code numbers... The reports and display will indicate a $ symbol for these numbers...

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b... If you selected NEXT DIRECTORY NUMBER, the display in Step 2 of this procedure (Setting up the dial directory) reappears, allowing you to enter/edit another directory number...

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YES Allows this dial directory number to place documents in a mailbox or requests a relay send operation of a remote 7032 or 7033...

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2... In order to request a remote 7032 or 7033 to relay send documents you must be provided an account number by the remote terminal key operator... This account number must be in the range of 1 to 99 (Example: 0001 to 0099)... Using the

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3... Using the telephone keypad, enter the three-digit end station number(s)... The end station number must be in the range of 1 to 99 (Example: 001 to 099)... Multiple end station numbers including mailboxes may be entered... Then press [Enter]... The following is displayed:

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2... Using the telephone keypad, enter the three-digit mailbox number... The mailbox number must be in the range of 1 to 99 (Example: 001 to 099)... Multiple mailbox numbers may be entered... Then press [Enter]... The following is displayed:

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8... Using the telephone keypad, enter the four-digit account number assigned to the mailbox... The account number must be in the range of 1 to 99 (Example: 001 to 099)... Then press [Enter]... The following is displayed...

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9... The original Special Features menu is now displayed, allowing you to make additional choices...

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a... If you selected FREE, the Additional Features menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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5... Enter the identification number for the remote (1-20 digits) and press [Enter]... The Additional Features menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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14400 BPS Select maximum communication speed of 14400 bits per second (not applicable to 7032 base terminal)...

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3... Press [Enter]... The original Communication menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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3... Press [Enter]... The original Communication menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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c... If you selected NEXT DIRECTORY NUMBER, the following is displayed, allowing you to enter/edit additional dial directory numbers... Return to Setting up the dial directory...

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NOTE 1: If your clock is set up on a 24-hour basis, the AM or PM designation does not display... NOTE 2: Only a time may be entered... A date does not apply...

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You can set from 1 to 20 groups consisting of up to 149 entries from the dial directory... These groups can serve as a distribution list for a broadcast send operation or for polling... Setting up a group uses a dial directory location, thus reducing the total number of dial directory phone numbers...

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The telephone numbers and dial groups associated with dial directory numbers 1-58 can be accessed with one-touch dialing... Therefore, assign the most frequently used telephone numbers and dial groups to numbers 1-58... Record the dial group numbers and associated directory numbers on the dial directory report...

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b... If you want to add another dial directory number to the group, use the telephone keypad to enter the 3-digit number... Continue adding numbers in the same manner (up to 149)... After the last number, continue to Step 7...

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7... When you have added the last number to the group, press [Enter]... The terminal returns to program mode...

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Once the polled operation is complete, you have the option to specify whether any documents stored for polling are to be automatically deleted...

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To specify whether documents stored for polling should be automatically deleted, do the following:

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a... The original Send Options menu displays, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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3... A 3-second pause follows the facsimile tones... Then the terminal issues the tones again... Enter the DTMF command sequence during the pause between the tones (refer to FaxMaster DTMF commands supported by the 7032 / 7033 in this chapter)...

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If the command requires an account number, press the # button followed by the account number... If a mailbox or speed dial number is required for the command sequence, press the # button following the account number and between mailbox or speed dial numbers...

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In addition to the regular DTMF mail and relay send commands, the 7032 / 7033 also support the following FaxMaster operations (bold text indicates the command sequence):

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2... Press [Terminal Options]... After the prompt, enter the 4-digit key operator account number using the telephone keypad...

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NOTE: If the reformatting is not successful, refer to Requesting Assistance in Chapter 9 for error code or message displayed...

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This terminal uses job cards to recall the information from memory... Each job card has a job card number that corresponds to a specific job number in memory... A job card is placed at the front of each job in the ADF to separate batches of documents and reference the appropriate operating instructions... When job cards are scanned, the terminal automatically dials the appropriate telephone numbers and performs the reserved jobs for those cards...

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4... Using the telephone keypad, enter the telephone number, one-touch number, or speed dial number that is to be assigned to this job...

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13... On the upper portion of the control panel, select the resolution and original document features to be associated with this job...

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NOTE: Once the terminal has started the process, additional job reserve cards and the associated documents may be placed in the ADF... Load additional jobs in exactly the same manner as the first (job card, then document)... If the scanner is already scanning documents, pressing [Start] will not be required... The job card will be scanned at the completion of the previous job...

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7... The display notes that the document is being stored to memory, and the terminal dials the specified phone number(s) and sends the document...

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1... Press the Job Reserve button located under the special features on the upper portion of the control panel until the Job Reserve LED is lit... The following is displayed:

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The terminal has the ability to reject junk mail... This option allows the terminal to reject mail from terminals that are not specified as valid remote terminals...

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ON Allows terminal to reject mail from terminals not specified as valid remote terminals in your dial directory list...

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5... Using the telephone keypad, enter the local terminal identification (1-20 digits) and press [Enter]... The original [Terminal Setup] menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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First, the received and/or transmitted headers must be enabled... Refer to Enabling a received/transmitted header in this chapter for directions...

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10... Enter the local name (from 1-20 characters) and press [Enter]... The Contents menu, as shown below, is displayed, allowing you to make additional choices...

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This feature enables documents longer than 23... 6 inches (600 mm) to be scanned and transmitted... This ensures that all documents can be successfully transmitted, regardless of their physical length...

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1... Press the Mailbox/Relay button located under Special Features for the top half of the control panel until the Mailbox/Relay LED lights up... The following is displayed:

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Note: Any person can retrieve mail from a public mailbox... However, only the person with the specified private mailbox number and account number can retrieve mail from that mailbox...

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NOTE: If the account number does not exist, a sequence error is generated (LONG TONE)... Press the [#] twice on the telephone keypad and return to Step 2...

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4... Using the telephone keypad, enter the remote 3-digit mailbox number containing the mail to be retrieved... This mailbox number must be in the range of 1 to 99 (Example: 001 to 099)...

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YES Select this if the remote mailbox is private (an account number is required)... This account number must be in the range of 1 to 99 (Example: 0001 to 0099)...

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Use the DTMF feature from any Touchtone telephone to send a document from a G3 or G2 terminal to a mailbox... See send to a private mailbox in the DTMF feature section of this chapter...

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2... Use one-touch button or speed dial with 3- digit speed dial number programmed for loading a remote mailbox... The following is displayed:

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4... If you wish to enter additional mailboxes, use the telephone keypad to enter additional 3-digit mailbox numbers... When all desired mailbox numbers are entered, press [Start]...

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7... When the document is completely stored in the mailbox, the following is briefly displayed... Then the terminal returns to idle mode...

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Memory full option - Allows the user to specify whether the terminal is to proceed with or cancel a send operation when memory is full...

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NOTE: If documents have been received to memory, the display will indicate Print From Memory... Refer to Specifying print from memory option in this chapter...

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2... Press [Terminal Options]... After the prompt, enter the 4-digit key operator account number using the telephone keypad...

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12... Press [Enter]... The Out of Paper-Receive to Memory Options menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices:

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2... Press [Terminal Options]... After the prompt, enter the 4-digit key operator account number using the telephone keypad...

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CANCEL The portion of the document scanned prior to reaching the memory full state is deleted, and the operation is canceled...

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Memory reallocation expands the memory size and can only be performed on a terminal without Hard disk... This is accomplished by adding the memory used for ECM (Error Correct Mode) and Receive Reduction to the document storage memory...

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ON Allows terminal to reallocate memory for document storage... All previously recorded data is deleted...

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13... Press [Enter]... The original Terminal Options menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices:

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6... Press [Enter]... The original Send Options menu displays to allow further feature selection...

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To delete a document and associated job information (for operations such as delayed start, store and forward, and pending redial), do the following:

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NOTE: If you are not sure of the number assigned to the document you wish to view and/or delete, refer to the Pending Job Report...

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2... Press [Start] if you want the document and associated job information to be deleted... The original Pending Job menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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NOTE: If you are not sure of the number assigned to this operation, refer to the Pending Job Report in Chapter 6...

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10... Press [Start] to delete the pending poll operation... The original pending job menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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The user can specify a time for the terminal to wait... After four consecutive receive operations, this interval allows previously pre-programmed outgoing operations to be performed...

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9... If you want to change the receive interval, press [Clear] twice... Valid intervals include any number from 5, entered as 05, to 60... Using the telephone keypad, enter the desired pause time after 4 successful consecutive dialing attempts...

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The termina l can be set up for one of the following reduction options for received documents:

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3... Press [Enter]... The original Receive Options menu displays, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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The terminal can print a header on received documents... It can also transmit a header for documents when they are printed at the remote terminal... The header can include such information as time and date the document was received/sent, and the transmitting and receiving stations identification...

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AUTO Receive Header is printed only if a header is not transmitted from the remote terminal...

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Date: month-day-year (North American market) day-month-year (European market)

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SENT BY : ABC 1-15-9010:25 AM; HAVE A NICE DAY; 12345 56789; # 1/ 1

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NN Page count (if the transmitting operator enters the number of pages being sent)... If the transmitting operator does not enter the number of pages being sent, NN indicates the number of pages stored to the transmitting terminal's memory...

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The user can specify the number of times the terminal redials a number when a busy tone is detected... Also, the interval between these redial attempts can be specified... (Not available in all countries... )

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8... Press [Enter]... The Auto Dialing Selection menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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7... If you want to change the redial interval, press [Clear] for each digit that needs to be changed... For example, if you want to change from 5 minutes to 7 minutes, press [Clear] once to clear the 5... If you want to change from 5 minutes to 10 minutes, press [Clear] twice to clear out 05...

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Use the relay send feature to send a document to a remote 7032 / 7033 terminal, which then in turn sends that document to other terminals... To relay send you must be provided an account number and mailbox assignment from the remote relaying terminal... Also the dial directory information of the remote relaying terminal must be available so the final end station numbers can be identified and entered... There are three methods to relay send:

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4... From the telephone keypad, enter the 3- digit dial directory number (DDN) followed by [#] twice if relay sending to one destination... Three tones verify input... If multiple destinations, press [#] once and enter the next dial directory number (DDN)... When all DDNs have been entered, press [#] twice... Three tones from the terminal verify input followed by ready tones...

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7... Using the telephone keypad, enter your four-digit account number assigned from the remote relaying terminal... This account number must be in the range of 1 to 99 (Example: 0001 to 0099) ...

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2... Use one-touch button or speed dial with 3- digit speed dial number programmed for relay send... The following is displayed:

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The user can specify whether a resend operation is attempted if data transfer is interrupted during a Store and Forward operation...

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10... Press [Enter]... The Auto Dialing Selection menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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5... On the top portion of the control panel, select the desired defaults settings under Original Document (contrast and halftone) and Resolution... Refer to Status indicators in Chapter 3 for a description of these settings...

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5... Press [Select] until the desired choice flashes... A selection of 1 denotes the lowest volume and 4 denotes the highest volume...

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7... Press [Select] until the desired choice flashes... A selection of 1 denotes the lowest volume and 4 denotes the highest volume...

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6... Press [Enter]... The original Sound Control menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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6... Press [Enter]... The original Sound Control menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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NOTE 1: If you selected 24 HOUR in Step 3, the AM or PM designation does not display... NOTE 2: If a date and time has previously been entered, that date and time will be displayed...

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6... The cursor is now in the day field (month field for the European market)... The [Clear] key is used to position the cursor... Using the telephone keypad and pressing [Enter] after each field, enter the following in order from left to right: day, year, hour, and minute... Depending on the selection of 12 or 24 hour time in Step 3, the following occurs after pressing [Enter] following the minute entry:

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User access is a feature to place the terminal in a security mode to authorize usage... In this security mode an account number is required to operate normal terminal functions such as sending, polling, or copying...

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9... Press [Enter]... The original Terminal Options menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices:

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In security mode, an account number is required to operate normal terminal functions such as sending, polling, or copying... This section describes the procedure for setting up user accounts...

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NOTE: If the recipient of the account number will be conducting relay send operations from a remote location, assign an account number from 1 to 99, for example, 0001 to 0099...

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c... If you selected ESTABLISH in Step 6 and the display in Step 2b does not appear, the account number is available... Continue to Step 9...

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NOTE: Assign any three-digit number from 050 through 099... Assigning mailbox numbers in this range avoids using one- touch dial locations and allows automatic mailboxing using speed dial special features...

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2... Using the buttons assigned to the desired characters on the lower portion of the control panel, enter a 1 to 10 character name; then press [Enter]...

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The Voice Request feature allows you to activate an intermittent signal to a remote operator when you wish to talk to them... You can talk to them before transmission, after a page is transmitted, or after job completion... You can also be signaled by the remote operator, if that person wishes to talk...

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6... At the point specified to establish voice contact, the terminal indicates to the remote operator that voice contact is desired with an alarm tone... Your terminal displays:

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NOTE: Some reports print automatically... In this situation, the discussion includes the conditions that cause the report to print, or any settings that must be made for automatic printing of the report...

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[Report Options] allows operator determination of conditions for printing reports that can be automatically generated by the terminal... The operator can specify the following to be printed automatically:

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automatically printed following transmission completion to all job destinations...

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3... Press [Enter]... The original Report Options menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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3... Press [Enter]... The original Report Options menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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3... Press [Enter]... The original Report Options menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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MULTIPOLL Select whether Multipoll Report to be automatically printed at the end of poll cycle for all job destinations...

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3... Press [Enter]... The original Report Options menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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3... Press [Enter]... The original Report Options menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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3... Press [Enter]... The original Report Options menu is displayed, as shown below, allowing you to make additional choices...

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The only report that does not contain this information is the Transmission Report, which confirms that a document was sent or contains error codes if document not successfully sent...

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In secure mode (user access - By Account), an individual Activity Report may be printed by selecting INDIVIDUAL in the Activity Report menu... This report can only be printed manually...

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The successful alarm indicates printing completion... The terminal returns to program mode...

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INDIVIDUAL The accumulated send or poll operations for an individual user (up to 100 operations)...

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If a hard disk failure has occurred, the following message is displayed immediately after the report title: HARD DISK FAILURE... This message remains displayed on every Activity Report printed until the problem with the hard disk is solved... Refer to Chapter 9, Solving Problems...

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where XXXX is a Reset Error Code... Resets are a normal machine function... They occur at random times when the terminal requires a memory logic reset... Documents stored in memory are not lost... No operator corrective action is required...

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where page count indicates a number using the following priority: Total page count specified by the operator... Total pages stored to memory prior to transmission Total pages already scanned if job is a real-time

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where XXXX is a Reset Error Code... Resets are a normal machine function... They occur at random times when the terminal requires a memory logic reset... Documents stored in memory are not lost... No operator corrective action is required...

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You can print either a complete directory list or a partial list... The partial list can begin with any directory number and contains 50 numbers, beginning with the specified number...

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2... Using the telephone keypad, enter the 3-digit directory number where you want the report to begin...

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Correct Mode (ECM)... 96 - Code is used for 9600 bps... 96 EC - Code is used for 9600 bps or ECM... If none of the above has been designated, the column is blank...

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Remote ID If a Secure identification number has been entered for this directory location, it is displayed... Otherwise, this column is blank...

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PIN Indicates account number for relay send or private mailbox operation... The Personal I... D... Number (PIN) will only be printed if the key operator account number is used...

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The successful alarm indicates printing completion... The terminal returns to program mode...

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Retain Contains one of the following entries: YES - Job is retained in job reserve

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Refer to Report Options in this chapter for instructions on setting up the terminal to automatically print a Mailbox Report when mail is received to the local terminal...

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The report begins with the message DOCUMENT RECEIVED... The information below follows the message...

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The Mailbox/Account Number Report provides the key operator with a record of mailbox and account number assignment...

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7... When the printing is completed, the following is briefly displayed:

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3-digit mailbox number associated with the account number... If no mailbox is associated with the account number, this column will not have an entry...

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The terminal can be directed to automatically print a Journal Report following each 100 new entries to the journal... Refer to Report Options in this chapter for instructions on setting up the terminal for automatic printing of the Journal Report...

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7... The Journal Report starts printing... When printing is complete, the terminal returns to program mode...

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Send Log Contains the same information as the Activity Report send log (refer to Activity Report in this chapter)... This information applies only to any send jobs originated by the user specified in the User Name field...

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result of direct receive to printer from remote, receive to memory (not to mailbox), print operations initiated by all users

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The Memory Fu l l Repo r t p rov i des s t a tus information and direction to the user when the terminals memory becomes full... Intervention by the operator or key operator is required when the memory becomes full... This may include printing contents of mailboxes, clearing public mailboxes, and waiting for delay start operations to complete...

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Job Type The type of job being done when memory became full... Possible types include: Multiple Copy Store and Forward Single Remote Polled Box Mailbox

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Contains one of the following (in order of priority of appearance): Remote name Remote I... D... Telephone number dialed No entry In the case of Mailboxing, contains: Account name MAILBOX

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PIN Indicates account number for relay send or private mailbox operation... The Personal I... D... Number (PIN) will only be printed if the key operator account number is used...

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The terminal can be set up to automatically print a Multipoll Report upon completion of a poll cycle to all destinations for the job... Refer to Report Options in this chapter for instructions on setting up the terminal for automatic printing...

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If the terminal is in secure mode, the header is followed by a User Name field, containing the name of the user initiating the multipoll operation...

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If a dial group was used during the multipoll operation, the following additional information is displayed:

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6... The report begins printing... When the printing is complete, the terminal returns to program mode...

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automatic report printout Header Setup - menu selections Terminal Setup - menu selections Terminal Defaults - menus and control panel Sound Control - menu selections Contrast Control - menu selections Diagnostics - menu selections

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Page 2 of the report continues with a list of all defined brief messages (up to 50)...

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N O T E : I f n o j o b s a r e p e n d i n g , t h e following is displayed and no report is printed...

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No... Displays the file number automatically assigned when a document is stored to memory... When a document is scanned into memory or received into memory, the next available number is assigned... Numbers can go from 1-999 (after 999, it restarts with 1)... Documents are listed in order of entry into memory... When the document is successfully transmitted or deleted, the number and its associated document information are removed from the report...

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Contains one of the following entries (in order of priority of appearance): Remote name Dial directory number Telephone number If a one-touch/speed dial number is used, OT/SD is indicated in the far left of the column... If a document was scanned to a mailbox, this column contains the Mailbox Name... If a document is scanned for a store and forward operation, only one No... , Entry Time, #Pages, Size, Type, and Name entry is listed for the entire group (Delayed Time may be different)...

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No... Displays the file number automatically assigned when a document is stored to memory... When a document is scanned into memory or received into memory, the next available number is assigned... Numbers can go from 1-999 (after 999, it restarts with 1)... Documents are listed in order of entry into memory... When the document is successfully transmitted or deleted, the number and its associated information are removed from the report...

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No... Displays the file number automatically assigned when a document is stored to memory... When a document is scanned into memory or received into memory, the next available number is assigned... Numbers can go from 1-999 (after 999, it restarts with 1)... Documents are listed in order of entry into memory... When the document is successfully transmitted or deleted, the number and its associated information are removed from the report...

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The terminal automatically prints the report when power is restored after a power interruption... The terminal also clears the file directory (documents in memory) and sounds an operator alert alarm...

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Contains one of the following entries (in order of priority of appearance): Remote name Dial directory number Telephone number If a one-touch/speed dial number is used, OT/SD is indicated in the far left of the column... If a document was scanned to a mailbox, this column is blank... If a document is scanned for a store and forward operation, only one No... , Entry Time, #Pages, Size, Type, and Name entry is listed for the entire group (Delayed Time may be different)...

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Type Contains one of the following entries: RI - Relay initiate SF - Store and forward PD - Polled If the document was not stored to memory for one of the above operations, this column is blank...

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No... Displays the file number automatically assigned when a document is stored to memory... When a document is scanned into memory or received into memory, the next available number is assigned... Numbers can go from 1-999 (after 999, it restarts with 1)... Documents are listed in order of entry into memory... When the document is successfully transmitted or deleted, the number and its associated document information are removed from the report...

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The terminal can be set up to automatically print a relay send report upon completion of a relay send operation... Refer to Report Options in this chapter for instructions on setting up the terminal for automatic printing of this report...

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A send log follows the report header... It indicates the transaction results for each destination in the relay send job in the following format:

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If a dial group was used to define the relay send operation, the Send Log is followed by dial group information as follows:

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The terminal can be set up to automatically print a Store-Forward Report after completion of a store and forward operation... Refer to Report Options in this chapter for instructions on setting up the terminal...

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Displays only if the terminal is in secure mode... Contains name of assigned account... If no name is assigned, field is blank...

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Remote station identification to which document was sent (Send log) or from which received (Receive log)...

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PIN Indicates account number for relay send or private mailbox operation... The Personal I... D... Number (PIN) will only be printed if the key operator account number is used...

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Refer to Report Options in this chapter for instructions on setting up the terminal...

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Total number of pages entered by operator for the operation (using page count feature)... If a page count not entered, this field does not appear on the report...

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Remote station identification to which document was sent (Send log) or from which received document was sent (Receive log)...

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RS Relay Station Document(s) were received from remote terminal and automatically distributed to other remote end station terminals...

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No... Document Number The file number that is automatically assigned by the terminal when a document is entered into memory...

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The terminal is quieter than daisy wheel printers and most dot matrix printers; print quality is superior to dot matrix printers... The format versatility includes right margin justification, tab settings, paragraph separation, upper and lower case type, one font, six or eight lines per inch, and ten or twelve characters per inch...

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The terminal computer options default settings are preset by the manufacturer... To configure your terminal to interface with your personal computer for ASCII printing, complete the following recommended settings that are in bold print:

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5... Press [Select] until the desired choice flashes... Then press [Enter]...

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11... Press [Select] until the desired choice flashes... Then press [Enter]...

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17... Press [Select] until the desired choice flashes... Then press [Enter]...

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21... Using the telephone keypad, enter any three-digit number less than 128 (000 through 127)... Press [Enter]...

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25... Using the telephone keypad, enter any three-digit number less than 128 (000 through 127)... Press [Enter]...

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NOTE: This selection does not apply when local printing... The bottom margin is determined by the top margin, lines per inch and number of lines per page...

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NOTE: This setting is only applicable if the auxiliary paper tray option is installed... In the European market, all terminals have two trays...

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The cable must be plugged into the serial communications port (RS-232) of the host computer... On most IBM units and compatibles, the printer port is usually a parallel output and will not work with this option... The default for printer output is usually set to the parallel port until it is redirected to the serial port by a user program or DOS command... The telecopier must be connected to the serial port...

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Received Line Signal (RLS) 8 9 (open) 10 (open) 11 (open) 12 (open) 13 (open) 14 (open) 15 (open) 16 (open) 17 (open) 18 (open) 19 (open)

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These parameters can be changed by printer control codes listed in Table 7-2... A printer command is entered when a control code sequence (HEX 1B) is received over the computer interface... When the terminal receives a printer command it will keep printing that way until you tell it to do something different... Any changed parameters are reset to the Computer Options selections programmed from the control panel when the terminal is placed into Computer Control Mode... If the printer command is not recognized (or is invalid) the terminal will ignore the command...

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byte informs of the number of tab positions... The following bytes are the tab locations... For Mode 2 each byte is a tab location and a null character (00) is used for the last byte...

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Table 8-1 below lists the paper recommended for use with the terminal...

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Imaging cartridge kit 8R3687 (Legal/letter size, North American market)

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Perform the following checks each time the donor film is replaced... If the donor film is not replaced monthly, perform these checks monthly... Use Xerox clean-ups for all cleaning...

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2... Clean surface of the scan rollers, platen glass, and the ADF belt...

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4... Open the printer cover door by sliding the printer cover release button to the right...

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6... Close the printer cover by pressing it down firmly until it latches...

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3... Insert paper between metal guides up to fill line... If necessary, adjust the paper length block...

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2... Grasp the carrier by its handles, and lift it straight up out of the terminal...

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4... While pressing down on the carrier handle, snap each spindle out of its slot... Note that the take-up roll (the bigger one) is on the right...

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6... Insert the spindles into the new rolls... Make sure that the keys on the spindles slide all the way into the slots in the ends of the rolls...

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7... Place fresh donor and take-up rolls in the carrier (the bigger one is on the left now)... Press down firmly on each spindle to snap it into place... Rotate the take-up roll clockwise until the blue leader has been rolled up...

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9... Grasp the carrier by its handles and replace it in the terminal...

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Chapter 9 conta ins in format ion about the following:

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This terminal has many internal tests that check for normal operation... If a problem is detected, the terminal records and displays a four character, alphanumeric error code... Multiple codes can occur for a single problem; they can be useful in isolating the cause of the problem... When an error message appears on the display, do the following:

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NOTE: FC, FP, and OP prefix codes are easier and more specific to diagnose... E prefix codes are usually more complex and normally require technical assistance, if the problem continues... Therefore, if multiple codes occur, follow the procedures for the E prefix codes last...

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The following pages contain a list of fault codes and corresponding error messages... A possible solution for the problem follows each error indication... The error code procedures are found in Table 9-1 of this chapter...

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An incoming call was detected at the same time of a autodial operation... No corrective action required... The terminal will start at the redial timeout...

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In some cases, the error message for E200, 201, and 203 is: COMMUNICATION ERROR - WAITING FOR RESEND TO CANCEL, SELECT PENDING JOB

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Remote was unable to continue receive operation, terminal will retry automatically... No corrective action required...

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In some cases, the error message for E247 is: COMMUNICATION ERROR - WAITING FOR RESEND TO CANCEL, SELECT PENDING JOB

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Terminal detected errors and will retry automatically... No corrective action required...

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Check scanner area for any obstructions... Clean platen glass and platen roller... Try operation again

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FC63 ERROR DETECTED - TRY OPERATION AGAIN - CONSULT MANUAL

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If the terminal is set to pulse dial the phone number entry may not contain a # or a *... If the programming memory is full the entry is not accepted...

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This is a normal indication if there is no information stored in memory to generate a report...

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Note: This message depends on the number of paper trays... Other messages displayed for the two-tray configuration are: PLEASE FILL UPPER PAPER TRAY

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Note: This message depends on the number of paper trays... Other messages displayed for the two-tray configuration are: PLEASE FILL UPPER PAPER TRAY

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NOTE: This message depends on the number of paper trays... Other messages displayed for the two-tray configuration are: UPPER PAPER TRAY IS NOT SET

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A scan or RS232 (If optioned) operation was cancelled because documents were removed from the ADF or the scanner cover was opened...

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AUTO REDIAL ATTEMPTS UNSUCCESSFUL PLEASE TRY AGAIN - CHECK WITH REMOTE or CALL UNSUCCESSFUL PLEASE TRY AGAIN CHECK WITH REMOTE or CALL UNSUCCESSFUL-PLEASE CHECK NUMBER OR CALL REMOTE OPERATOR

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Operator actions are required during the transaction... Try operation again, responding to the display messages during the operation...

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A voice request was made and no operator action was taken... No corrective action required unless the operation was not completed... Retry remaining documents...

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If resend feature is selected the terminal will automatically perform resend operation until limits have timed out... If timed out, retry the operation...

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paper and donor film... Examine the Activity Report for last receive transaction... Then, check with the remote operator to see if all sheets in the last transaction were correctly received...

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5 Cause: A send or receive operation is entered in job reserve and the terminal did not correctly detect the job reserve card... Operator Action: Check the card number... Check job reserve to see that instructions were

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Ensure that the paper cassette(s) is completely inserted in the terminal... Push the paper cassette(s) into the terminal until you hear a click and the cassette(s) snaps in place...

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10 Cause: The remote terminal does not answer or is busy... Operator Action: Verify that the remote telephone number is correct

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13 Cause: The remote terminal operator entered an invalid touch tone (DTMF) sequence or request... Example: Wrong or invalid account code, wrong or invalid command sequence, no documents in selected mailbox or waited too long... Operator Action: Call the remote operator and verify input sequence

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15 Cause: An SRAM failure occurred which prevented a successful operation... NOTE: Loss of programmed data is possible with SRAM failure... Operator Action: Press the [Enter] button to return terminal to the

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The button also enables remote maintenance of your terminal by another terminal... If you are unable to run a self test from your terminal, another terminal can direct your terminal to perform a self test (only if your terminal has enabled that feature)... A remote test center terminal can call to run diagnostics and perform soft switch adjustments on the local terminal...

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b... If no errors are detected during the self test, the terminal automatically prints a test pattern and the following is displayed:

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OFF Prevents a remote test center terminal from performing various test functions on your terminal...

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sample 6-12 ADF (see automatic document feeder) alarms (see terminal tones/alarms) answering a voice request 5-123 auto-answer delay 5-4 automatic document feeder 1-15, 2-2 automatic receive 5-3 automatic redial 5-100 auxiliary paper tray option 2-7 B brief message

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setting up 5-25 display (see liquid crystal display) document guides 2-2 document output tray 2-2 document size 1-16 donor film replacing 8-9 DTMF feature

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optional 2-7, 2-8, 2-9 fine resolution 3-7 flip panel functional variation 3-12 flip panel overlay 5-25 G group setup

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upper/lowercase 3-10 line cord installation 1-10 liquid crystal display 3-2 loading paper 1-10 local name 5-62 local terminal ID 5-61 logo 5-15 long original

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1... Open the door to the area indicated by the error message on the display... Refer to Figure 9-1 and Table 9-2 below for location of jam areas and access directions...

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sample 6-34 maintenance 8-1, 8-2, 8-4, 8-8, 8-9 major features 2-4 manual answer 4-16 manual receive 4-16 master journal report

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feature 3-12 operations performed LED 3-4 operator fault codes (see error messages) operator guide installation 1-9 optional features 2-7, 2-9

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transmission 6-77 requesting assistance 9-3 requirements site (see site requirements) resolution 1-16, 3-7, 5-109

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using mailbox/relay button 5-71 serial computer interface option (see RS-232 interface option) serial number recording 1-9 shipping carton contents 1-6, 1-7 shipping material removal 1-7 signaling a voice request 5-123 site requirements 1-2, 1-4, 1-5

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speaker volume 5-1, 1-10 space requirements 1-2 Special Character button 3-12 special features LEDs 3-7 specifications 1-15, 1-16, 1-17

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procedure 5-45 superfine resolution 3-7 supplies 8-2 System Reports button 3-12 T table requirement 1-2 telephone requirements 1-5 terminal defaults

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4... Press the [#] twice if one mailbox... Three tones from the remote verify input... If multiple mailboxes, press [#] once and enter the next 3-digit mailbox number... When all mailboxes have been entered, press [#] twice... Three tones from the terminal verify input followed by ready tones...

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7... Enter the three-digit private mailbox number to which the mail is to be sent... Multiple mailboxes may be entered... This mailbox number must be in the range of 1 to 99 (Example: 001 to 099)... Press [Enter]...

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Regu la r ma in tenance i s impor tan t fo r the performance of your terminal...

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Several LEDs indicate the status of various features... Figure 3-4 shows the location of these LEDs on the Control Panel... Refer to Table 3-3 for a summary of the selections...

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Picture+Text Select this for transmission or copy when neither graphics nor text image is optimum... Provides better representation of text than picture setting... Provides better graphics representation than text contrast settings...

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Resolution Superfine Selects 300 x 300, 200 x 400 spi (scans per inch) resolution for transmission or copy...

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