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LASER CLASS 700 Series Specifications
Type: Applicable Line: Compatibility: Automatic Document Feeder: Desktop Transceiver Public Switched Telephone Network G3 Up to 70 Sheets (Letter)* Up to 30 Sheets (Legal)* Up to 30 Sheets (Ledger)* Contact Image Sensor Maximum: 11" x 39.4" (279mm x 1000mm) Minimum: 5.9" x 5" (148mm x 128mm) 10" (254mm) Approx. 1.1 Sec./Page (Letter, Standard Mode) Approx. 35 Scans/Min.(Letter, Standard Mode) MH, MR, MMR, JBIG 33.6/31.2/28.8/26.4/24/21.6/19.2/16.8/ 14.4/12/9.6/7.2/4.8/2.4 Kbps Automatic Fallback Approx. 3 Sec./Page*** (V.34/33.6 Kbps + JBIG) Laser Dry Electrostatic Transfer Up to 19 Pages/Min. (Letter) 256 Shades of Gray Horizontal Vertical 406 pels/in. x 391 lines/in. 16 pels/mm x 15.4 lines/mm 203 pels/in. x 391 lines/in. 8 pels/mm x 15.4 lines/mm 203 pels/in. x 196 lines/in. 8 pels/mm x 7.7 lines/mm 203 pels/in. x 98 lines/in. 8 pels/mm x 3.85 lines/mm 8.2" (210mm) 600 Sheets: 2 x 250-Sheet, Adjustable Cassette; 100-Sheet MP Tray; Optional 500-Sheet Cassette (Letter) Face-Down, Print-In-Order: 250 Sheets Letter/Legal/A4 UHQ (Ultra High Quality) 1200-dpi Smoothing for Incoming Faxes 1200 dpi x 1200 dpi FX7 Cartridge Approx. 4,500 Pages Approx. 15W (710) Approx. 20W (730i) Approx. 980W 5W (710), 15W (730i) 18-1/8" x 19-3/4" x 19-3/4" (459mm x 499mm x 499mm) 18-1/8" x 22-1/2" x 19-3/4" (459mm x 569mm x 499mm) Send Feature LASER CLASS 730i: LASER CLASS 710: Sending Methods: Number of Addresses: File Format: Sending Resolution Simple Mode: E-mail Mode: Protocol: Mail Address: Send Settings: Options: Standard Optional Super G3 is Standard on Both Models E-mail, I-Fax, Super G3 Fax, File Server (FTP) 210 M-TIFF (MH/MR/MMR), PDF 200 dpi x 100 dpi, 200 dpi x 200 dpi 200 dpi x 100 dpi, 200 dpi x 200 dpi 200 dpi x 400 dpi, 400 dpi x 400 dpi SMTP; POPDestinations Document Name Subject Text Signature Priority RX Confirmation Message Yes** Up to 210 Destinations and up to 70 Reservations Up to 210 Locations Up to 200 Locations Up to 5 Designated Times per Speed-Dial Up to 210 Locations (200 Pre-Programmed Speed-Dials) Up to 200 Locations Up to 50 Up to 5 Designated Times per Speed-Dial 33.6 Kbps Dual Line Printer Kit III (for 710 Only) Network Kit III (for 710 Only) 500-Sheet Cassette (Letter) Stamp Stamp Refill Braille Kit D-1 Telephone Handset Kit 8 PedestalLL (H x W x D): 17-3/4" x 18-7/8" x 17-1/2" (450mm x 478mm x 444mm) Provided by Third-Party: Facsimile Memory: 32MB (710 Only) Printer Memory: 32MB, 64MB Printer Kit III (Optional for 710; Standard for 730i) Type: Embedded Print Controller Processor: Power PC405 200MHz RISC Processor Memory: Standard 8MB (72MB Max.) PDL Support: PCL 5e, PCL 6, PJL Internal Fonts: PCL 5e/6: 45 Roman Fonts, 32 Bar Code Fonts Interface Connections: Parallel (IEEE 1284) USB Optional RJ-45 (10/100Base-T) (Compatibility: Nibble, Byte, and ECP Mode) Memory: 8MB (72MB Max.) Paper Sizes: A4/A/B5/Executive/Legal/Letter/Postcard/ Double Postcard/C5/COM10/Monarch/DL Media Type: Plain Paper/Heavy Paper/Recycled Paper/ Colored Paper/Bond Paper/Plain Paper 2 Notification Job Completion: Yes (E-Mail) Toner Saver: Yes Duplex Printing (Print Jobs): Yes Network Kit III (Optional for 710 ; Standard for 730i) CPU: ETRAX 100LX (32-Bit RISC CPU 100MHz) Memory (RAM): 4MB Storage (ROM): 2MB (Flash) SDRAM: 128 Kbps Network I/F: 10Base-T, 100Base-TX (RJ-45) Printer I/F: EPS10 v. 1.00 Network OS: Novell NetWare v.3.2, 4.1, 4.11, 4.2, 5.0, 5.1 (IPX/SPX) Windows 95/98/Me/Windows NT 4.0/ Windows 2000/XP (TCP/IP) Solaris 1.1x, 2.5 or Later (TCP/IP) Protocol Stacks: IPX/SPX: 802.2, 802.3, Ethernet II, 802.2 SNAP (Ethernet SNAP) TCP/IP: Ethernet II NetBEUI (NetBIOS): 802.2 Other Features: Remote UI Supported imageWARE Enterprise Management Console Limited Warranty: 90 Days

WHAT IS INTERNET FAXING?

Internet-enabled fax machines plug into your existing data network. They convert scanned documents into file formats that are easily transported over the Internet or your company intranet, sending data to e-mail address destinations or other I-fax-capable machines. Internet faxing bypasses the public switched telephone network and offers many advantages for your business: Lowers communication costs by eliminating per-call charges for each transmissionespecially for long-distance and international calls. Allows for simultaneous and instantaneous distribution of information to all recipients. Data is transmitted to everyone at once, at the maximum speed of your network, eliminating delays associated with sequential broadcast technology. Maintains image quality and document integrity throughout digital transmission. Your faxes are impervious to distortion from static and line noise, so resolution is not compromised. Increases productivity by eliminating busy signals and rescanning tasksso fax transmissions get through the first time, every time. And since the Canon LASER CLASS 700 Series devices offer both I-fax and Super G3 sending, total communications flexibility is at your fingertips, allowing you to: Send a fax to an e-mail address Receive a G3 fax and forward it to e-mail Receive an I-fax and forward it to a G3 fax Scan images to e-mail

WHAT ARE TRANSFER AND TX ARCHIVE MODES?
Transfer and TX Archive modes allow LASER CLASS 700 Series users to archive both incoming and outgoing data to a file server, e-mail address, fax machine, or I-fax device. Transfer Mode automatically transmits incoming documents to other destinations for storing, while TX Archiving automatically transmits outgoing data to other destinations. These features offer many benefits to your business: Automates and simplifies the process of storing incoming and outgoing data, eliminating the burdens associated with copying or scanning these documents and helping to avoid manual operation errors. Facilitates records retention for sent information by automatically transmitting this information to a designated e-mail address, database, or file server. Ensures the security and confidentiality of customer records and information by routing incoming faxes to a designated e-mail address, database, or file server. Helps satisfy security regulations and guidelines such as those defined by the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.*
Scanning Method: Document Sizes: Effective Scanning Width LASER CLASS 710/730i: InstaScan: Data Compression System: Modem Speed: Transmission Speed: Printing Method: Printing Speed: Halftone: TX/RX Resolution Ultra Fine Mode: Super Fine Mode: Fine Mode: Standard Mode: Effective Recording Width: Recording Paper Supply LASER CLASS 710/730i: Receiving Paper Tray: Recording Paper Size: Enhanced Imaging Quality: Enhanced Printing Quality: Printing Resolution: Printer Cartridge: Cartridge Yield: Power Consumption Standby: Max.: Energy Saver: Dimensions (H x W x D) LASER CLASS 710/730i Without Handset: With Handset:
Network Scanning: Networking Delayed Transmission: Memory Polling Transmission Polling Reception Multi-Polling: Delayed Polling: Sequential Broadcast:

Workgroup Systems

* Statements made in this document are the opinions of Canon U.S.A. None of these statements should be construed to customers or Canon U.S.A.s dealers as legal advice, as Canon U.S.A. does not provide legal counsel or compliance consultancy, including without limitation, Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA, GLBA, Check 21, or the USA Patriot Act. Each customer must have its own qualified counsel determine the advisability of a particular solution as it relates to regulatory and statutory compliance
Weight (Excluding Handset Option) LASER CLASS 710: Approx. 52 lb. 15 oz. (24kg) LASER CLASS 730i: Approx. 55 lb. 2 oz. (25kg) Environmental Conditions Temperature: 50F - 90.5F (10C - 32.5C) Humidity: 20% - 80% RH Dialing: Automatic Dialing One-Touch Speed-Dialing: 72 Locations Coded Speed-Dialing: 128 Locations Group-Dialing: 199 Groups Each Group Can Accommodate up to 199 Locations Maximum Dial Digits: 120 Error Re-Dialing Manual Re-Dialing Dial Search Energy Saver Key Programmable Key

Relay Broadcast: Relay Boxes: Delayed Relay Broadcast: Relay Broadcast Command Transmission to Confidential Mail Box Confidential Mail Box: Up to 50 Boxes Memory Transmission/Reception: LASER CLASS 710: (8MB) Up to 510 Pages (Standard)L One Open Slot, Optional 32MB for Total Capacity LASER CLASS 730i: (40MB) Up to 1,500 PagesL Receiving Restriction Password and Sub-Address (ITU-T STD) Convenience: Auto Receive Reduction (70% ~ 100%) Dual Access TX Reservation During RX TX Reservation During Memory TX Memory RX During Copy Memory TX During Copy Scan During Printing Transmission Reservation: Up to 70 Reservations LCD (Liquid Crystal Display): 20-Digits x 2-Line Department Access Code: Up to 99 Codes Local Copy Function: Multiple Copy up to 99 Pages Program Buttons: Up to 72 Memory Lock Reception Battery Backup: Up to 12 Hours (710) Up to 3 hours (730i) RX Document Multiple Printout: Up to 99 Pages RX Page Footer: Yes Transfer Mode: Yes Soft Counter: Yes Report/Reference: Activity Report (up to 40 Transactions) Non-Delivery Report Management Report List of Phone Numbers for One-Touch and Coded Speed-Dialing List of Transaction Schedule User Data List File Reference TTI (Transmitter Terminal Identification) TTI Selector: Up to 99 Identifications RTI (Remote Terminal Identification)
* 15-27.5 C; 20-80% RH; 20 lb., < 120 m ** Scan-to-E-mail functionality *** Approximate 3-second-per-page fax transmission time based on ITU-T No. 1 Chart (JBIG, Standard Mode) at 33.6 Kbps modem speed when transmitting to another V.34 machine. The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) currently supports 28.8 Kbps modem speeds or lower, depending on telephone line conditions. When the system is configured with 40MB memory, battery backup is reduced to three hours maximum (see page 3). Based on 4% Original, 5% Coverage. Actual Compression Ratio may vary with image. L Based on ITU-T No. 1 Chart (Standard Mode). LL Requires 500-Sheet letter-sized cassette. Requires Network Kit III. Requires Printer Kit III.

INTERNET

Mail Server
Mail Server acts like a Post Office
2005 Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved.

E-Mail

3 Options: I-Fax to I-Fax I-Fax to PC PC to I-Fax
As an ENERGY STAR Partner, Canon U.S.A., Inc. has determined that these products meet the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency. ENERGY STAR and the ENERGY STAR mark are registered U.S. marks. Windows and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Novell and NetWare are registered trademarks of Novell, Inc. in the United States and other countries. IPX/SPX is a trademark of Novell, Inc. Solaris is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Flash is a trademark of Macromedia, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. CANON and LASER CLASS are registered trademarks, and the SUPER G3 logo is a trademark of Canon Inc. in the United States and may also be registered trademarks or trademarks in other countries. IMAGEWARE is a registered trademark of Canon U.S.A., Inc. in the United States and is a trademark of Canon Inc. in certain other countries. IMAGEANYWARE is a trademark of Canon. All referenced product names and other marks are trademarks of their respective owners. Specifications and availability subject to change without notice. 2007 Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved.

1-800-OK-CANON www.usa.canon.com Canon U.S.A., Inc. One Canon Plaza Lake Success, NY 11042
0113W836 0807R-LC700-2.2M-L printed on recycled paper in the u.s.a.

WORKGROUP SYSTEMS

LASER CLASS 710
The LASER CLASS 710 device is a high-performance, high-speed Super G3 fax. Featuring a 3-second-per-page transmission speed,** 70-sheet* document feeder with 1.1-second/page scanning and 19-ppm, 1200-dpi laser output, the LASER CLASS 710 device gives you all the faxing power you need today, with the opportunity to easily upgrade your capabilities tomorrow. The LASER CLASS 730i device also delivers: Support for M-TIFF and PDF formats for sending Internet faxes and network scan files Automatic inbound routing of faxes to PCs by sub-address, telephone number, and e-mail Support for storing both incoming and outgoing data through Transfer and TX Archive modes 200 Speed-/Group-dials, Soft Counter, Confidential Mail Box, Broadcasting, and more 10"-wide effective scanning width for faxing 11" x 17" documents Support for Canon Remote UI (User-Interface)access and control the unit using a standard Web browser Support for Canon imageWAREcreate and manage digital document databases Support for Canon device management utilitieseasy device installation, status monitoring, and network management Leverage your investment in industry-leading Canon fax technology by enabling optional local Parallel and USB printing capabilities with the Printer Kit III. Or raise the bar to full multifunctionality with the ability to print, scan, and fax right from ones desktop with the optional Network Kit III. Even add optional memory and paper capacity as needed, and design the configuration that offers the most value for your office. The LASER CLASS 710 device provides: Up to 510 pages of 8MB standard page memory, expandable to 40MB (1,500 pages) Automatic inbound routing of faxes to the PC by sub-address, telephone number, and e-mail (when configured with the optional Printer Kit III and Network Kit III) Support for storing both incoming and outgoing data through Transfer and TX Archive modes 200 Speed-/Group-dials, Soft Counter, Confidential Mail Box, Broadcasting, and more 10"-wide effective scanning width for faxing 11" x 17" documents Optional Dual Line Kit for twice the faxing capabilitysend or receive two faxes at once, or send and receive faxes at the same time Full Dual Access Support for Canon imageWARE software, Remote UI (User-Interface), and device management utilities (when connected to the network) 20,000-impression-per-month duty cycle to keep pace with busy environments

The installation of Printer Kit III and Network Kit III enable the Internet Fax function. These boards are standard on the LASER CLASS 730i model and optional on the LASER CLASS 710 model. Printer Kit III Network Kit III

Comparison Chart

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Modem Speed Automatic Document Feeder
The LASER CLASS 710 device, shown here with standard 250sheet front-loading, user-adjustable paper cassettes, is complemented by a 100-sheet MultiPurpose Tray. Add an optional 500-sheet cassette for maximum printing productivity.

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Super G3 33.6 Kbps* 70 Sheets,** Face-Up 35 Scans/Min. (1.1 Sec./Pg.) Up to 510 Pages (8MB) / Up to 1,500 Pages (40MB) 250 + 250 + 100 / 1,100 Sheets Optional 19 Pages per Minute 1200 dpi Optional (Print Jobs) Optional Optional Optional Optional M-TIFF, PDF Optional Yes, Face-Down Full Yield FX7 Cartridge Optional
Super G3 33.6 Kbps* 70 Sheets,** Face-Up 35 Scans/Min. (1.1 Sec./Pg.) Up to 1,500 Pages (40MB) / Up to 1,500 Pages (40MB) 250 + 250 + 100 / 1,100 Sheets Optional 19 Pages per Minute 1200 dpi Standard (Print Jobs) Standard Standard Standard Standard M-TIFF, PDF Standard Yes, Face-Down Full Yield FX7 Cartridge Optional
A STANDARD IN FACSIMILE COMMUNICATIONS
Canons LASER CLASS 700 Series. Two costeffective, compact, high-quality Internet facsimile systems that bridge the gap between your telephone and data network lines. The LASER CLASS 700 Series devices, with Canon state-of-theart technology, provide true multifunctionality for a totally integrated communications solution.
Original Scanning Speed Standard/Maximum Fax Memory Standard/Maximum Paper Capacity Dual Line Fax Print Speed Output Resolution Duplex Printing Local Printing Network Printing PC Faxing Internet Faxing I-Fax Sending File Formats Network Scanning*** Collated Output Cartridge imageWARE

LASER CLASS 730i

The flagship of the Canon LASER CLASS 700 Series Internet facsimile systems, the LASER CLASS 730i device does it all. Offering a powerful combination of Internet faxing, Super G3 faxing, PC faxing, local and network duplex printing, network scanning, and convenience copying capabilities as standard, its the one multifunction device that can handle your every need. Easy to connect and use, the LASER CLASS 730i device provides Parallel and USB ports for local printing, and a 10/100Base-TX Ethernet interface. The LASER CLASS 730i device features up to 1,500 pages* (40MB) of standard page memory, 35 scans per minute, a 70-page** face-up document feeder, and full Dual Access, so you can put the most robust communication tool to work in your office, right out of the box. Add a 500-sheet Paper Cassette to the standard three-way, 600-sheet paper supply (1,100 sheets maximum) and optional Dual Line faxing, and raise your office productivity to new heights.

20,000-impression-per-month duty cycle to keep pace with busy environments
* Based on ITU-T No.1 Chart (Standard Mode) ** 15-27.5C, 20-80% RH, 20 lb., < 120 m Scan-to-E-mail functionality
Notes: The Printer Kit III is standard on the LASER CLASS 730i model and optional on the LASER CLASS 710 model; enables local printing via IEEE 1284 Parallel and USB interfaces, plus duplex printing capability. The Network Kit III is standard on the LASER CLASS 730i model and optional on the LASER CLASS 710 model; enables Internet faxing, network printing, and Scan-to-E-mail capabilities via a 10/100Base-TX interface. Installation of the Printer Kit III is required for installation of the Network Kit III. * Approximate 3-second-per-page fax transmission time based on ITU-T No. 1 Chart ( JBIG, Standard Mode) at 33.6 Kbps modem speed when transmitting to another V.34 machine. The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) currently supports 28.8 Kbps modem speeds or lower, depending on telephone line conditions. ** 15-27.5C, 20-80% RH, 20 lb., <120 m ***Scan-to-E-mail functionality When the system is configured with 40MB memory, battery backup is reduced to three hours, maximum. Based on ITU-T No. 1 Chart (Standard Mode)
* 15-27.5C, 20-80% RH, 20 lb. < 120 m ** Approximate 3-second-per-page fax transmission time based on ITU-T No. 1 Chart ( JBIG, Standard Mode) at 33.6 Kbps modem speed when transmitting to another V.34 machine. The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) currently supports 28.8 Kbps modem speeds or lower, depending on telephone line conditions. Based on ITU-T No. 1 Chart (Standard Mode)
The LASER CLASS 700 Series, shown with maximum paper capacity of 1,100 sheets.
The FX7 Cartridge produces up to 4,500 prints at 5% image coverage, and makes maintenance a snap.
The user-friendly control panel makes all functions easily accessible.
Canons LASER CLASS 700 Series. Two costeffective, compact, high-quality Internet facsimile systems that bridge the gap between your telephone and data network lines. The LASER CLASS 700 Series devices; with Canon state-of-theart technology, provide true multifunctionality for a totally integrated communications solution.

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LASER CLASS 700 Series Reference Guide
CF-PL Reference Guide_USEN HT1-2187-000-V.1.0

Manuals for the Machine

The manuals for this machine are divided as follows. Please refer to them for detailed information. The manuals supplied with optional equipment are included in the list below. Depending on the system conguration and product purchased, some manuals may not be needed.
Guides with this symbol are printed manuals.

CD-ROM

Guides with this symbol are PDF manuals included on the accompanying CD-ROM.
Basic Operations Troubleshooting Sending Instructions

Reference Guide

(This Document)
Sending Guide Facsimile Guide Setup Guide for Network Printing Remote UI Guide Network Guide PCL Printer Guide PCL Driver Guide Fax Driver Guide with Cover Sheet Editor

Fax Instructions

Setting Up the Network Connection and
Installing the CD-ROM Software
Remote User Interface Instructions
Network Connectivity and Setup Instructions
PCL Printer Instructions PCL Printer Driver Installation and

Instructions

Fax Driver and Cover Sheet Editor Installation

and Instructions

The machine illustration on the cover may differ slightly from your machine.
How This Manual Is Organized
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Before You Start Using This Machine Getting/Canceling Started Checking/Canceling a Job Restricting the Use of the Machine Summary of Important Settings Maintenance Troubleshooting Appendix
Includes the specications of this machine and the index.
Considerable effort has been made to ensure that this manual is free of inaccuracies and omissions. However, as we are constantly improving our products, if you need an exact specication, please contact Canon.

Contents

Preface.ix How to Use This Manual. ix Symbols Used in This Manual. ix Keys Used in This Manual. ix Illustrations Used in This Manual. x Legal Notices.xi FCC (Federal Communications Commission). xi Laser Safety. xi International Energy Star Program. xii Trademarks. xii Copyright. xii Disclaimers. xii Legal Limitations on the Usage of Your Product and the Use of Images. xiii Important Safety Instructions.xiv Installation. xiv Power Supply. xv Handling. xvi Maintenance and Inspections. xvii Consumables. xviii Other Warnings. xviii

Chapter 1

Before You Start Using This Machine
Main Features. 1-2 Standard. 1-2 Optional. 1-6 Customer Support. 1-7 Where to Setup the Machine. 1-8 Space Around the Machine. 1-11 Power Requirements. 1-13 General Precautions. 1-15 Moving the Machine. 1-18 Unpacking: Have You Got Everything?. For the LASER CLASS 710/720i/730i. For the LASER CLASS 720i/730i Only. Consumable. 1-19 1-22 1-24 1-24
Optional Equipment Available. 1-25
Parts of the Machine.1-26 Front View.1-26 Rear View.1-28 Handset (Optional).1-29 Removing the Shipping Material.1-30 Shipping Tape.1-30 Packaging Material Inside the Machine.1-31 Packaging Material from the Paper Cassettes.1-33 Protective Plastic Sheet.1-34 Assembling the Machine.1-35 Installing the Toner Cartridge.1-35 Attaching the Document Output Tray.1-39 Attaching the Document Feeder Tray.1-39 Loading Paper into the Paper Cassettes.1-40 Connecting the Handset (Optional).1-46 Connecting an Extension Telephone.1-48 Connecting the Telephone Line.1-48 Turning the Power ON.1-50

Chapter 2

Getting Started
Operation Panel Parts and Functions.2-2 One-Touch Panels Closed.2-2 One-Touch Panels Opened.2-5 Using the Menus and Operation Panel Keys.2-7 General Guidelines for Registering Information.2-7 Using the Menus.2-7 Open a Menu and Select an Item.2-8 Return to the Previous Level.2-8 Return to the Standby Mode.2-9 Entering Names for Registration.2-10 Correcting a Mistake.2-11 Operation Panel Key Summary Table.2-12 Setting the Paper Size for the Paper Cassettes.2-13 Using the MP Tray.2-15 Loading Paper into the MP Tray.2-15 Turning the MP Tray ON/OFF and Setting the Paper Size.2-24 Setting the Paper Type for the MP Tray.2-25 Available Paper Stock.2-26 Using the Face-Up Tray.2-28 Using the Optional Dual Line.2-29 Connecting Two Telephone Lines.2-29 How the Two Telephone Lines Operate.2-31 Registering Telephone Numbers for the Lines.2-31
Setting the TX Line Priority. 2-35 Switching Between the Two Lines. 2-36 Using the Energy Saver Mode. Turning the Energy Saver Feature ON. Returning to the Full Power Mode. Setting the Daily Timer. Setting the Auto Clear. 2-37 2-37 2-38 2-39 2-40

Chapter 3

Checking/Canceling a Job
Flow of Checking Operations. 3-2 Canceling a Job. 3-4 Canceling with the Stop key. 3-4 Canceling from the Monitor Screen. 3-5

Chapter 4

Restricting the Use of the Machine
Setting and Using the System Administrators ID and Password. 4-2 Setting the System Administrators ID and Password. 4-2 Changing/Canceling the System Administrators ID and Password. 4-4 Restricting Machine Operation. 4-6 Setting Operation Restrictions. 4-6 Turning Restrictions OFF or ON. 4-10 Restricting the Use of the Telephone. 4-12 Operating the Machine with Restrictions ON. 4-13 Checking and Clearing the Counter Information. 4-14 Using Memory Lock. Setting a Time and Password for Memory Lock. Turning Memory Lock ON. Turning Memory Lock OFF and Printing Documents. Setting Up and Using PIN Codes. Setting a PIN Code. Dialing with a PIN Code after the Number. Dialing with a PIN Code before the Number. Setting PIN Code Access for Speed Dialing. Using Speed Dialing with PIN Code Access. Forced PIN Code Access. 4-17 4-17 4-20 4-21 4-22 4-22 4-24 4-26 4-27 4-29 4-31

Chapter 5

Summary of Important Settings
Opening the Additional Functions Menu. 5-2 Paper Settings. 5-3 Setting Procedure. 5-3 Setting Items. 5-4
Common Settings.5-5 Setting Procedure.5-5 Setting Items.5-6 Timer Settings.5-8 Setting Procedure.5-8 Setting Items.5-9 System Settings.5-10 Setting Procedure.5-10 Setting Items.5-11

Chapter 6

Maintenance
Storing Recording Paper.6-2 Recommended Paper.6-2 Storing the Paper Supply.6-2 Changing the Toner Cartridge.6-3 Storing Toner Cartridges.6-9 Handling Cartridges.6-9 Storing Cartridges.6-9 Periodic Cleaning.6-10 Cleaning the Main Unit.6-10 Cleaning the Transfer Guide Area.6-11 Cleaning the Scanning Area.6-14 Cleaning the Roller.6-21 Relling the Stamp Ink Compartment (Optional).6-23

Do not use power supplies with voltages other than those specied herein, as this
may result in a re or electrical shock.
Always grasp the power plug when disconnecting the power cord. Pulling on the
power cord may expose or snap the core wire, or otherwise damage the power cord. If the power cord is damaged, this could cause current to leak, resulting in a re or electrical shock.
Leave sufcient space around the power plug so that it can be unplugged easily. If
objects are placed around the power plug, you will be unable to unplug it in an emergency.

Handling

Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the machine. There are high-temperature
and high-voltage components inside the machine which may result in a re or electrical shock.
If the machine makes strange noises, or gives off smoke, heat, or strange smells,
immediately disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. Then, contact your service representative. Continued use of the machine in this condition may result in a re or electrical shock.
Do not use highly ammable sprays near the machine. If gas from these sprays
comes into contact with the electrical components inside the machine, it may result in a re or electrical shock.
To avoid damage to the power cord and creating a re hazard, always disconnect the
power cord and the interface cable when moving the machine. Otherwise, the power cord or interface cable may be damaged, resulting in a re or electrical shock.
Do not drop paper clips, staples, or other metal objects inside the machine. Also, do
not spill water, liquids, or ammable substances (alcohol, benzene, paint thinner, etc.) inside the machine. If these items come into contact with a high-voltage area inside the machine, it may result in a re or electrical shock. If these items are dropped or spilled inside the machine, immediately disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. Then, contact your local authorized Canon dealer.
Do not place heavy objects on the machine, as they may tip over or fall resulting in

personal injury.

Disconnect the power cord for safety when the machine will not be used for an
extended period of time, such as during consecutive holidays.
The laser beam can be harmful to human bodies. Since radiation emitted inside the
product is completely conned within protective housings and external covers, the laser beam cannot escape from the machine during any phase of user operation. Read the following remarks and instructions for safety.
Maintenance and Inspections
When cleaning the machine, disconnect the power cord. Failure to observe these
steps may result in a re or electrical shock.
Disconnect the power cord from the power outlet regularly, and clean the area around

Optional

For details about purchasing optional equipment, contact your local authorized Canon dealer.
I Dual-Line Upgrade Kit III After installation of the optional Dual-Line Upgrade Kit III, you can connect two telephone lines to your machine. Either line can be used independently or simultaneously for separate transactions. For details, contact your local authorized Canon dealer.
Simultaneous sending/receiving on a dual telephone line connection LINE 1

LINE 2

I Fax Memory A 32 MB memory module is available to expand the fax memory capacity of the LASER CLASS 700 Series. (See Optional Equipment Available, on p. 1-25.) I Printer kit III After installation of the optional Printer Kit III, the LASER CLASS 710 can be used as a network printer. (Printer function is a standard feature for the LASER CLASS 720i/730i.) I Network kit III After installation of the Network Kit III, the LASER CLASS 710 can send I-Fax. (I-Fax function is a standard feature for the LASER CLASS 720i/730i.)

Customer Support

Your Canon LASER CLASS 700 Series is designed with the latest technology to help provide trouble-free operation. The warranty card provided with this facsimile machine describes Canons Limited Warranty for its products. Be sure to read this warranty information. If you encounter a problem, try to solve it by referring to and following the information in Chapter 6, Maintenance, and Chapter 7, Troubleshooting. If you cannot solve the problem, or if you think your Canon LASER CLASS 700 Series machine needs servicing, contact your local authorized Canon dealer.
Where to Setup the Machine
Before You Start Using This Machine Even if your machine has been setup for you, take a few minutes to glance through this section to become familiar with where the machine should be placed. You may also want to check the machine's installation, to conrm that it has been done correctly.
I Avoid direct sunlight. If you have to place the machine near a window,
install heavy curtains or blinds to protect the machine from direct sunlight. Be sure not to block the machines ventilation slots and louvers.
I Choose a at, stable surface free of vibration.
I Avoid a location subject to extreme temperature or humidity uctuation.

I Do not plug the power cord into an UPS (Uninterruptable Power Supply).

General Precautions

Observe the following precautions always when you use this machine. WARNING
TO AVOID SERIOUS INJURY, NEVER DISASSEMBLE THE MACHINE. EXPOSED POWER POINTS INSIDE THE MACHINE CAN CAUSE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF YOU TOUCH THEM.
I After you unplug the machine, always wait at least ve seconds before you
plug it in again. Always unplug the machine before you move it.
I During electrical storms, disconnect the plug from the power outlet. The
machine can hold documents in memory for up to 12 hours using its backup battery. However, this length of time will become shorter through repeated charging and discharging of the backup battery, or if you install the optional memory.
I Before you connect or disconnect the plug from the power outlet, make

sure your hands are dry.

I Do not stack boxes or furniture around the power outlet. Keep the area
open so you can reach the outlet quickly. If you notice anything unusual (smoke, strange odors, or noises) around the machine, unplug the machine immediately. Call for service.
I Before you transport the machine, remove the toner cartridge. To protect
the toner cartridge from bright light, cover it with its original protective bag or a cloth.
I Keep liquids, cleaners, and other solvents away from the machine. Keep
metal pins, paper clips, staples, and other objects away from the machine. If something falls into the machine, disconnect the plug from the power outlet, and call your local authorized Canon dealer.
I Do not set the machine, other equipment, or furniture on the power cord.
Never tie the power cord into a knot, or wrap it around another object.
I To avoid paper jams, never unplug the power cord, open the printer cover,
or remove a paper cassette during printing.

Moving the Machine

Before You Start Using This Machine The machine is heavy. Be sure to follow these general guidelines when lifting the machine to move it or to install the optional paper cassette. Moving the machine requires two people. When you lift the machine, remove the paper cassette from the machine, and rmly hold the front of the machine by the paper cassette slot, and lifting handles on both sides of the machine as shown in the illustration below. If you have the 500 sheet optional paper cassette installed, call your local authorized Canon dealer when moving the machine.
Unpacking: Have You Got Everything?
As you unpack the machine, save the carton and packing material in case you want to move or ship the machine in the future. Ask someone to help you remove all the items from the box. CAUTION

Press to check the counter information.

C Stop

Cancels sending, receiving, data registration, and other operations, and returns the machine to the Standby mode.

3 Direct TX

Sets the machine to the Direct Sending mode so you can send a document ahead of other documents stored in memory. Direct Sending scans a document, and sends it immediately without storing the document in memory.

D Start

Enables you to start sending, receiving, scanning, and copying documents.

4 Fax/I-Fax

Press to select the telephone line to send a fax when the optional Dual-Line Upgrade Kit is installed, or send an I-Fax.

E Error Lamp

A light that blinks red when a paper jam occurs or the machine has run out of paper or toner. The error is described by a message that appears on the LCD display.

Cursor Keys

Move the cursor to the left or right during data registration.

F In Use/Memory Lamp

A light that blinks green when the machine is transmitting or receiving documents, or maintains a steady green light when there are documents stored in memory.

LM Search Keys

Enable you to scroll through the display so you can see other options and selections in the menus during data registration. They also enable you to search through the registered fax numbers during directory dialing.

G Numeric Keypad

Use the keys on the numeric keypad to enter telephone numbers when dialing. These keys are also used to enter text, numbers, and symbols when registering names and numbers.
Selects a menu item during data registration.

H Hook

Enables you to dial, even when the handset is still on the handset cradle.
7 One-Touch Speed Dialing Keys
Dial numbers registered under one-touch speed dialing keys.

I Coded Dial

Press [Coded Dial], followed by a three digit code to dial the telephone number registered for coded speed dialing.
8 One-Touch Speed Dialing Panels
The rst panel displays keys 1-24. Open the rst panel to access keys 25-48. Open the second panel to access keys 49-72. Open the third panel to access the registration keys.

J Redial/Pause

Redials the previous number dialed manually with the keys on the numeric keypad, and enters pauses between digits or after the entire telephone number when dialing or registering facsimile numbers.

9 Energy Saver

Press to enter or cancel the Energy Saver mode. When the machine is in the Energy Saver mode, the Energy Saver indicator lights, and the other keys and indicators are turned OFF.

K Directory

Enables you to search for fax/telephone numbers by the name under which they are registered for speed dialing, and then use the number for dialing.

G Transfer

Switches the machine in and out of the Transfer mode. In the Transfer mode, the machine sends all the documents it receives to another fax machine at your home or another ofce.

C Subaddress

Enables you to enter an ITU-T subaddress so you can send a document with a subaddress.

H Memory Reception

Switches the machine in and out of the Memory Lock mode. In the Memory Lock mode, the machine stores all documents it receives in memory.

D Pin Code

Displays the PIN code message so you can enter the PIN code when dialing through a PBX (Public Branch Exchange). To use this feature, you need to rst setup the PIN Code access.
Using the Menus and Operation Panel Keys
This section provides a brief overview on how to use the operation panel keys to open menus, make selections, and register data.
General Guidelines for Registering Information
Always keep these points in mind while you are using the menus: If you pause and do not press a key for 120 seconds, the machine returns to the Standby mode automatically. You must then start the procedure from the beginning. If your machine is set to manually receive, and the machine rings while you are registering information, pick up the handset. If you hear a slow beep tone, the sender is trying to send you a document. Press [Stop] [Start] to receive the document, then hang up the handset.

Using the Menus

The machine employs a menu system you can use to register important information or set up important features. Here, we describe how to display and operate these menus. For details on the content and purpose of each menu, see Chapter 5, Summary of Important Settings, or Chapter 11, Summary of Important Settings, in the Facsimile Guide.
Open all three one-touch speed dialing panels to see the operation panel keys. Press [Data Registration].
Press [M] or [L] to display the name of the desired menu title.
There are eight Additional Functions menu items for Data Registration.
NOTE Displaying menu names with [M] or [L] is rotational. If you press [M] with the last menu name displayed, the display rotates to the rst menu name. If you press [L] with the rst menu name displayed, the display rotates to the last selection.
Open a Menu and Select an Item
Press [M] or [L] until the name of the menu you want to open is displayed press [Set].
Press [M] or [L] to browse through the menu items press [Set] to go to the next level.
Return to the Previous Level
Press [Data Registration] to return to the previous level to continue browsing.

Setting PIN Code Access for Speed Dialing
This method enables you to register one-touch and coded speed dialing keys for PIN code access. When a user attempts to dial with a speed dialing key, the machine prompts the user to enter a PIN code. If you set <NECESS. PIN CODE> of the PIN Code setting to OFF, you can perform the procedure described below. (See Setting a PIN Code, on p. 4-22.)
Select the speed dialing location to register the telephone number.
For details on registering the telephone number for speed dialing, see Chapter 2, Using Speed Dialing, in the Facsimile Guide.
If the PIN code is to be dialed before the telephone number, press [Pin Code] enter the telephone number.
If the PIN code is to be dialed after the telephone number, enter the telephone number before pressing [Pin Code].
Continue registering other information for speed dialing.
Repeat the procedure above to continue registering additional telephone numbers. When you are nished registering, press [Stop] to return to the Standby mode.
Using Speed Dialing with PIN Code Access
If you registered a PIN code when you registered numbers for speed dialing, perform the following procedure. (See Setting PIN Code Access for Speed Dialing, on p. 4-27.)
Press a speed dialing key or press [Coded Dial], followed by a three digit code.
NOTE If you want to use sequential broadcasting, dial the second destination within ve seconds of dialing the rst destination. All subsequent destinations must be specied within 10 seconds of each other. For details about sequential broadcasting, see Chapter 3, Sending Documents, in the Facsimile Guide.

Forced PIN Code Access

Follow this procedure to dial when Forced PIN Code Access (NECESS. PIN CODE) has been turned ON. With Forced PIN Code Access ON, you must enter a PIN code every time you dial. The PIN code must be entered either before or after the number, depending on how PIN code access has been set up. (See Setting a PIN Code, on p. 4-22.)
Dial the telephone number using the numeric keys, press a speed dialing key, or press [Coded Dial] followed by a three digit code.
CHAPTER This chapter contains a comprehensive list of all the settings you can perform with the PAPER SETTINGS, COMMON SETTINGS, TIMER SETTINGS, and SYSTEM SETTINGS menus.
Opening the Additional Functions Menu. 5-2 Paper Settings. 5-3

Setting Procedure.5-3

Common Settings. 5-5

Setting Procedure.5-5

Timer Settings. 5-8

Setting Procedure.5-8

System Settings. 5-10

Setting Procedure.5-10

Opening the Additional Functions Menu
Follow this procedure to display the Additional Functions menu.
Press [M] or [L] until the menu you want to set or change appears press [Set] to display the next menu. Press [M] or [L] to display the item you want to set or change press [Set].
For details about the settings, refer to the following sections in this chapter. NOTE The Additional Functions menu selections are displayed one line at a time. Press [M] or [L] to display these settings so you can check or change them.

Paper Settings

Follow this procedure to set the paper settings.

Setting Procedure

Press [M] or [L] to display the item you want to set or change press [Set].
For more information on Paper Settings, see the table on the next page.

Setting Items

1. MP TRAY DO NOT USE* USE
Select whether to use the MP tray. The MP tray cannot be used. The MP tray can be used as a paper supply for fax, copy, report, and printer functions. Select the paper size you are loading in the MP tray. The available sizes are: LTR, LGL, EXECUTIV, COM 10, MONARCH, DL, ISO-B5, ISO-C5, A4, B5, A5 Select the paper size you are loading into the upper paper cassette. The available sizes are: LTR, LGL, EXECUTIV, A4, A5, B5. Select the paper size you are loading into the lower paper cassette. The available sizes are: LTR, LGL, EXECUTIV, A4, A5, B5. The paper cassette 2 is optional for the LASER CLASS 720i. This item appears on the LCD display only when the optional 500 sheet paper cassette is installed on your machine. Select the paper size you are loading in the 500 sheet paper cassette. The available sizes are: LTR, A4. Select the type of paper you are loading into paper cassettes and MP tray. (When the optional 500 sheet paper cassette is installed on your machine, this item appears as <5. PAPER TYPE>.) Select when using use plain paper. Select when using heavyweight paper. Select when using thin paper, such as tracing paper. Select when using heavyweight paper and you realize that the quality of printouts is poor using <HEAVY PAPER>.

MP PAPER SIZE

2.CASSETTE 1

3.CASSETTE 2

(4.CASSETTE 3)
4.PAPER TYPE (5. PAPER TYPE)
PLAIN PAPER* HEAVY PAPER THIN PAPER HEAVY PAPER H

Common Settings

Follow this procedure to set the common settings.
Press [M] or [L] until <2.COMMON SETTINGS> appears press [Set].
For more information on Common Settings, see the table on the next page.
1.DENSITY CONTROL 1. LIGHT 2. STANDARD 3. DARK 2.VOLUME CONTROL 1. KEYPAD VOLUME ON* OFF 2. ALARM VOLUME ON* OFF 3.TX DONE TONE ON ERROR ONLY* OFF 4.RX DONE TONE ON ERROR ONLY* OFF 5.PRINTING END TONE ON* ERROR ONLY OFF 6.SCANNING END TONE ON* ERROR ONLY OFF 3.CASS.ELIGIBLTY 1.FAX RECEIVING 1. MP TRAY 2. CASSETTE 1 3. CASSETTE 2 4. CASSETTE 3 2.REPORT 1. MP TRAY 2. CASSETTE 1 3. CASSETTE 2 4. CASSETTE 3 OFF*/ON ON*/OFF ON*/OFF ON*/OFF OFF*/ON ON*/OFF ON*/OFF ON*/OFF

Adjust the scan density from 1-7 for DK (Dark) (3 is default), 2-8 for STD (Standard) (5 is default), 3-9 for LT (Light) (7 is default).
Adjust the volume of the machine. Adjust the volume of the tone that sounds when you press keys on the operation panel. 1 to 3; 1* Adjusts the volume of the alarm that sounds when you press incorrect keys, or the volume of the Off Hook alarm. 1 to 3; 1* Adjust the volume of the tone that sounds when the transmission has nished. This tone sounds whenever you send a document using direct or manual sending, regardless of the setting. 1 to 3; 1* Adjust the volume of the tone that sounds when the reception has nished. This tone sounds whenever you receive a document using manual reception, regardless of the setting. 1 to 3; 1* Adjust the volume of the tone that sounds when the printing has nished. 1 to 3; 1* Adjust the volume of the tone that sounds when the scanning has nished. 1 to 3; 1* Select a paper supply source for fax receiving and report printing functions.
4.DISPLAY LANGUAGE ENGLISH* FRENCH SPANISH PORTUGUESE An asterisk (*) indicates the default setting.
Select a language for prompts, messages, menus and, printed reports.

Timer Settings

Follow this procedure to set the timer settings.
Press [M] or [L] until <5.TIMER SETTINGS> appears press [Set].
For more information on Timer Settings, see the table on the next page.

1.DATE/TIME SETTING

Register the current date and time using 24-hour notation. (See Chapter 1, Before You Start Using This Machine, in the Facsimile Guide.) This setting is required in the United States. When the machine remains idle for a certain period of time, the display returns to the standby mode. This is called the Auto Clear function. Select whether to use the Auto Clear function, and the time to execute the Auto Clear function. Set the Auto Clear Time from 1 to 9 minutes in one minute increments. The default setting is 2MIN*. Auto Clear function is turned OFF. Set the machine to reduce power consumption when not in use. (See Chapter 1, Before You Start Using This Machine.) The machine does not power down even when it is idle. The machine reduces power consumption after it has remained idle for a specied length of time. Set the idle time to elapse and trigger reduced power consumption. (03 to 30MIN.) The default setting is 03MIN*. Set the time that the machine automatically enters the Energy Saver mode for each day of the week. When Auto Clear time and Daily Timer are both set, Auto Clear time has priority. 00:00 to 23:59

2.AUTO CLEAR

ON* OFF 3.ENERGY SAVER OFF ON* ENERGY SVR TIME*

4.DAILY TIMER SET

1.SUN 2.MON 3.TUE 4.WED 5.THU 6.FRI 7.SAT 5.DATE SETUP
Set the format for the DATE/TIME SETTING menu and how the date is displayed on the LCD display in the Standby mode or how the date is printed as TX terminal ID.

Periodic Cleaning

Follow these simple procedures to keep the machine clean and operating smoothly. Before you clean the machine, print all of the documents received and stored in memory.

Cleaning the Main Unit

Before you clean the machine, disconnect the power cord of the main unit from the power source. Moisten a soft cloth with water and a small amount of diluted mild detergent.
IMPORTANT To prevent damage to the surface of the main unit, never use paint thinner, benzene, alcohol, acetone, or any other organic solvent to clean the machine.
Cleaning the Transfer Guide Area
Disconnect the power cord of the main unit from the power source. Lift the document feeder tray and document output tray.
IMPORTANT Store the toner cartridge in its original protective bag to avoid exposure to light. Be sure to open the printer cover to its full extent.
Open the printer cover, and remove the toner cartridge.
Using a dry, lint-free cloth, wipe any dust off the black plate of the transfer guide.

Transfer Guide

While holding the green label, ip the transfer guide up to its full extent. Wipe the edge of the transfer guide with a soft, clean cloth, to remove toner and paper dust from both sides of the transfer guide.

Green Label

Wipe the silver metal strip 1 with a soft, clean cloth. Then, gently place the transfer guide 2 back into its original position.
Silver Metal Strip Transfer Charging Roller
IMPORTANT To avoid the deterioration of print quality, never touch the transfer charging roller when you clean the metal strip.
Reinsert the toner cartridge into the main unit. Close the printer cover, lower the document output tray and document feeder tray. Then, connect the power cord of the main unit to the power source.
Cleaning the Scanning Area
Periodically check the scanning glass, the white scanning strip, and rollers. If the underside of the ADF (Automatic Document Feeder) cover or the scanning glass is dirty, the documents you send may look dirty. Check if some streaked lines which do not exist on the original appear on the output when scanning the original using the ADF. If such lines appear, the scanning area may be dirty. RESORT PLAN
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IMPORTANT Only letter size paper can be used to clean the roller. NOTE It takes about 150 seconds to clean the roller.
Load a letter size paper into the MP tray. Open all three one-touch speed dialing panels. Press [Data Registration].
Press [M] or [L] until <7.ADJUST/CLEAN> appears press [Set].
Press [M] or [L] until <1.ROLLER CLEANING> appears press [Set].
The machine starts cleaning the roller. NOTE If a paper jam occurs, press (Stop) and remove the jammed paper. Discard the cleaning paper after use.
Relling the Stamp Ink Compartment (Optional)
Follow this procedure to rell the stamp ink compartment if you are using the optional stamp feature. Please contact your local authorized Canon dealer when you run out of ink.
Disconnect the power cord of the main unit from its power source. Lift the document feeder tray, and gently open the ADF cover until it stops, grasping the document feeder tray and the ADF cover at the same time.
Refilling the Stamp Ink Compartment (Optional)
Locate the stamp pad, and apply only one drop of ink to the stamp ink compartment.

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To avoid spilling ink, apply only one drop of ink to the stamp pad. IMPORTANT To avoid a malfunction, do not add too much ink, and make sure that the ink does not drip on any other part of the machine. Use only Shachihata X Stamper Ink CS-20 Yellow. Do not use the stamp feature for at least one hour until the ink is completely soaked up. If you have to send a document, turn OFF the stamp feature for the rst hour. (See Chapter 11, Summary of Important Settings, in the Facsimile Guide.)
Lower the ADF cover until the black, plastic loop is even with the stub on the machine.
Place the end of the black, plastic loop over the end of the stub, so that it stays in place.
Close the ADF cover, and press down on it slightly until you hear it lock into place. Then, lower the document feeder tray.
IMPORTANT Make sure that you put the black, plastic loop back in place when you close the ADF cover.
Connect the power cord of the main unit to the power source.
CHAPTER This chapter describes what to do in response to a paper jam in the main unit, an error code, or error message display.
Clearing Document Feed Jams. 7-2 Initializing the Automatic Document Feeder. 7-4 Clearing Printer Feed Jams. 7-5

Locating a Paper Jam.7-6

Error Code Table (Listed by Number). 7-16 List of LCD Display Messages (Alphabetical List). 7-18 When Trouble Occurs. 7-21

canceling a job, 3-4 CHECK PRINTER COVER displayed at power on, 1-38 cleaning, 6-10 main unit, 6-10 scanning area, 6-14 transfer guide area, 6-11 Clear, 2-3 Coded Dial, 2-3 COMMON SETTINGS accessing, 5-3, 5-5 menu, 5-4, 5-6 consumables, 1-24 Contrast, 2-4 Copy, 2-3 cursor buttons, 2-3 customer support, 1-7
ECM (Error Correction Mode), 1-3 ENERGY SAVER, 5-9 Energy Saver, 2-3, 2-38 Energy Saver mode, 2-37 turning OFF, 2-38 turning ON, 2-37 entering names for registration, 2-10 entry mode changing, 2-10 name, 2-10 number, 2-10 text, 2-10 error code, 7-16 Error lamp, 1-27, 1-51, 2-3 error messages, 7-18
Data Registration, 2-5, 2-7 DATE SETUP format setting, 5-9 Delayed Transmission, 2-5 Delete, 2-6 Delete File, 2-4 Department ID management setting, 4-6, 5-11
extension telephone connecting, 1-48 extension telephone jack, 1-28, 1-48
face-up tray, 1-28, 2-28 fax memory, 1-6 fax memory option, 1-25 forced PIN code access, 4-31 Full Power mode, 2-38 FX7 Toner Cartridge, 1-24, 1-35
switching, 5-7 LCD display, 1-27, 2-4 LCD display messages, 7-18 load limit marks, 2-20 loading paper, 1-40 MP tray, 2-15 paper cassettes, 1-40 location choosing, 1-8 ideal temperature, 1-8 space around the machine, 1-8 lower output tray, 1-27
general precautions, 1-15
main features, 1-2 main unit assembling, 1-35 front view, 1-26 lifting, 1-18 parts, 1-26 rear view, 1-28 Memory Lock, 4-17 setting, 4-17 turning OFF, 4-21 turning ON, 4-20 Memory lock password, 4-17 MEMORY LOCK RX, 4-18 Memory Reception, 2-6, 4-20, 4-21 Memory Reference, 2-5 menu, 2-7 key summary, 2-12 opening, 2-8 returning to previous level, 2-8 using, 2-7 menus, 2-7 messages, 7-18 mode changing entry mode, 2-10 Monitor, 2-4 moving the machine, 1-18 MP tray, 1-27, 2-15 loading paper, 2-15 paper size, 2-24 setting paper size, 2-24
handset (optional), 1-27, 1-29 connecting, 1-46 handset cradle, 1-46 handset cradle holder, 1-46 Hook, 2-3
In Use/Memory lamp, 1-27, 2-3
jam document feed, 7-2 printer feed, 7-5 JBIG, 1-5

language

turning ON/OFF, 2-24
numeric keypad entering text/numbers, 2-10 summary, 2-12
one-touch speed dialing keys, 2-3 one-touch speed dialing panels, 2-3 operation buttons, 2-2 operation panel, 1-27 keys, 2-2, 2-7 using, 2-7 operation restrictions, 4-6 optional equipment, 1-6, 1-25

 

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