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Dear Customer, The fax machine you have purchased enables you to use other corded and cordless telephones with it. It also offers features to simplify its installation and convenient use. Below you will find some of the most important functions:
SENDING FAX MESSAGES To send a fax message longer than one page you can place one page at a time in the document feeder. If your machine has an integrated answering device, it is also possible to receive fax messages into memory in case you run out of thermal paper. Stored messages are printed as soon as you have loaded a new thermal paper roll.
USE OF ADDITIONAL (CORDLESS) TELEPHONES Your fax machine will support other additional devices including corded and cordless telephones. If you have answered an incoming call, you will have the opportunity to transfer the call from the cordless phone to the fax, or vice versa. Even after the integrated answering device has switched on, you have the possibility to answer the call from an additional telephone and switch off the answering device. Call transfer between cordless phones depends on the capability of the cordless phones themselves.
HELP KEY To ensure you get the best from your machine it has a dedicated HELP key. When pressed, the machine prints an overview of all the basic operations of the fax machine.
keep pressed for at least 2 seconds
The help key will also guide you through the installation of your fax machine. Press and hold the HELP key for two seconds and a sheet will be printed out. Use this sheet together with the display prompts to aid the installation of your machine. Once you have gone through these steps the machine will automatically configure itself. Should you add an additional device at a later date, just go through EASY INSTALL again to verify them.
SERIAL/PARALLEL CONFIGURATION Your fax machine is especially designed to operate with other telecom products such as cordless telephones, external answering devices and PC modems, connected to the same PTT line. When the fax machine is connected in SERIAL (i.e. phones are connected directly to the fax) it has full control of the behaviour of all other telephones connected to the line. Alternatively if the machine is connected in PARALLEL (i.e. phones are connected to other telephone sockets) it will have a limited control of all the other telephones. By using EASY INSTALL you will ensure that the connected phones will operate correctly in each configuration.
FAX SWITCH/TIMER The machine will automatically switch between DAY and NIGHT modes, an icon on the display will indicate the current status. The default settings are Night from 10 pm and Day from 6 am. You can of course change these settings to suit your own requirements.
AND NIGHT MODE
(with/without built-in ANSWERING DEVICE
During DAY it is assumed that you want to be alerted to an incoming call. Dependent on the configuration fax messages will be received after one ring and you will be alerted to an incoming voice call. If the machine has an integrated answering device, the call will be answered after a few rings. In NIGHT mode it is assumed that you do not want to be disturbed. If your machine does not have a built-in answering device it will ring at a reduced volume. However, if it has a built-in answering device, you have the choice not to be disturbed at all, as voice and fax calls can be received silently. I
Important information for safe installation:
Never connect your fax machine to the power supply or telephone socket during a thunderstorm. Never connect the telephone in damp rooms unless the wall sockets are specially designed for humid conditions. Never touch uninsulated telephone or power cables unless the telephone cable is disconnected from the telephone line and/or the power cable is disconnected from the power line. Never install the fax machine close to radiators or air conditioners. Place the fax machine on a flat surface and ensure a minimum clearance of 15 cm between the fax machine and other machines and objects. Make sure that your fax machine is stable and rests squarely on the supporting surface. Any fall can cause severe damage to the fax machine and/or injury to people, especially small children. Make sure that air circulates freely around the fax machine. Do not operate the fax machine in closed boxes, cupboards, cabinets etc. Leave a clear space of 10 cm around the ventilation grilles of the fax machine. Never cover the fax machine (tablecloths, paper, folders etc.). Do not place the fax machine on beds, tablecloths, cushions, sofas, carpets or other soft underlays due to the danger of overheating and subsequent fire. Ensure safe cable laying (danger of stumbling, damage to the cable or the fax machine).
Important information for safe operation:
Never expose your fax machine to rain or any other form of moisture, in order to prevent the risk of electric shock or fire. In a thunderstorm, disconnect the fax machine from both the mains and the telephone line. If you are unable to disconnect the fax machine, do not use it and do not telephone due to the danger of lightning strike and/or damage to the device. The exception to this rule is the cordless telephone detached from its base station. To prevent the risk of electric shock it is not allowed to open the flap on the bottom of the paper compartment. Opening the flap is strictly reserved to authorised service personnel.
Please read all warning notices and instructions and follow them precisely. Avoid operating the fax machine in direct sunlight. Disconnect the fax machine from the mains and telephone line before cleaning the surface of the machine. Never use liquid or gaseous cleaning agents (sprays, scouring agents, polishes etc.). Never touch the power plug/socket or telephone socket with wet hands. Do not allow any liquid to enter the fax machine. Otherwise there is a risk of electric shock or other injury to people and severe damage to the fax machine. If any liquid does enter the fax machine, immediately remove the power plug and have the fax machine professionally inspected. Do not place any heavy object on the fax machine. Never block the ventilation openings of the fax machine. If the display breaks, a mildly corrosive liquid may leak out. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. In case of any damage caused to the housing of your fax machine in particular to power cables please remove the mains plug and call your service repair centre. The housing of your fax machine may only be opened by authorised service personnel.
If you have not connected your fax machine to the mains, it will not function at alleven for making telephone calls. If you notice a change in the performance of your fax machine or the quality of its functions, please call your service agent.
3 BASIC FUNCTIONS
5 THE TELEPHONE
6 THE FAX
8 ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS
THE ANSWERING DEVICE
8 Additional functions.. 37
Copying... 37 EASY LINKSetting additional devices.. 37 HELP function... 38 Short dial and telephone book list. 38 Fax reception: EXPERT.. 39
4 The fax switch.. 14
Alternatives available with the fax switch DAY/NIGHT/TIMER... 14 The fax switch in use with additional devices. 14 Serial configuration... 14 Parallel configuration... 15 TIMER mode.. 15 DAY Mode... 16 NIGHT modefor fax machines WITHOUT built-in answering device.. 18 NIGHT modefor fax machine WITH built-in answering device.. 19
9 Troubleshooting... 40
Service code.. 43
10 Appendix.. 44
Technical specification.. 44 Glossary... 45 Index... 46 Your international guarantee.. 49
5 The telephone.. 20
Making a call.. 20 Redial... 20 Caller ID (Identity of the caller).. 20 Deleting entries from the Redial or Caller ID memory.. 21 Short dial... 21 Telephone book... 22 Correcting and deleting stored short dial or telephone book entries.. 23 On-hook dialling.. 24 Hands-free operation (only for devices with built-in answering device).. 24 Muting the microphone.. 25 Call transfer... 25
Connection of your fax machine to the telephone line: your fax machine has been tested to conform with standards UL 1950, EN 60950 and IEC 950 and may only be operated on networks conforming to these standards. Suppression: We hereby certify that the fax machine complies with EN 55022 VDE Part 1 Class B interference suppression.
This equipment is not designed for making telephony calls when the power fails. Alternative arrangements should be made for access to emergency services. Keep the power plug free and easily accessible. The machine has no power on/off switch, so the plug is used to switch off the power. The fax machine has been built exclusively for operation in the country of purchase. It complies to local telephone company regulations and will not function correctly in other countries. When copying or sending fax messages or during a long telephone conversation on an external telephone, the handset on the fax machine may become slightly warm. This is normal as the machine will not be in stand-by and will be consuming more energy. In stand-by mode (the display shows time and date) your fax machine is automatically in energy saving mode!
Overview of the machine
Check that the following items are included in the packaging:
Telephone cable with plug Telephone handset Spiral cable for telephone handset Fax machine
5 Thermal paper roll 6 User manual 7 Easy Installation Guide
3 Basic functions
If you press a wrong key by mistake, press the STOP key as often as necessary to return to the original position. Print out a function list before you change any of the settings (press the FUNCTION key three times) to keep a note of the factory settings.
Language of display and reports
You can select the language in which messages are displayed and reports are printed.
Select function 11 by pressing the FUNCTION key and then enter number 11.
11 Set language LANGUAGE:ENGLISH SPRACHE: DEUTSCH 15-MAY-99 12:30
Select the language required using the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key.
Press the OK key to confirm.
Entering time and date
You can enter the current time and date. At the turn of the millennium your fax machine will switch automatically from 99 to 00.
Select function 12 by pressing the FUNCTION key and then enter number 12.
12 Set Time/date TIME: 0:00
Use the dialpad to enter time and date (e.g. for 12:30).
Press the OK key. Enter the correct year, month and day. Confirm each entry with OK (e.g. OK OK OK ).
If you want to delete your individual settings, select function 45 Service code (see chapter 9 Troubleshooting/Service code).
Entering your number and name
If you send a fax your name and your telephone number will be transmitted at the top of each page (the first 4 mm) together with the date, time and page number.
If you want to enter or change your name and your number", press the HELP key for at least two seconds and do the Easy Install procedure again.
When you enter your number a maximum of 20 digits can be used. Use the key or the key # to enter the +", that ) to enter a is often used in international fax numbers in front of the country code, and the CURSOR RIGHT key ( space. When you enter your name (maximum 32 digits), the number keys are used to enter letters. Every key has a number of different characters. The following table shows which characters are entered by which key. Every time you press a particular key you will call up the next character. After the last character the sequence starts again from the beginning.
1x space 1 A D G J M P T W
B E H K N Q U X
C F I L O R V Y
6 S 8 Z
a d g j m 7 t 9
b e h k n p u w
c f i l o q v x
You can choose between five different ring signals.
Enter function 44.
44 RINGER TYPES
Press the OK key. Select using the keys selected.
RINGER TYPE: 1
. You will hear the signal you have
RINGER TYPE: 3 15-MAY-99 12:30
Confirm your entry by pressing OK.
Volume of the ringer
You can adjust the volume of the ringer when the fax machine is in stand-by mode or if it is just ringing. Please note that different volumes are set in DAY and NIGHT mode (see chapter 4 The fax switch). Press the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key. The display shows the current setting for about three seconds.
Change the volume by pressing the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key until the desired volume is achieved.
Volume of the loudspeaker
You can adjust the volume at any time after having pressed the DIAL or LOUDSPEAKER key.
* Press the DIAL or LOUDSPEAKER key.
DIAL NUMBER SPEAKER: SPEAKER: 15-MAY-99 12:30
Press the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key. The display shows the current setting.
If you wish to adjust the displayed value, press the CURSOR LEFT and CURSOR RIGHT keys until the desired volume is achieved.
Finish your entry by pressing STOP.
* For fax machines without built-in answering device: DIAL key For fax machines with built-in answering device: LOUDSPEAKER key
4 The fax switch
The intelligent fax switch enables you to phone or fax from the same telephone connection. This smart fax switch also enables you to make optimal use of additional devices.
Alternatives available with the fax switchDAY/NIGHT/TIMER
Your fax machine behaves differently during the day and night. For example, in DAY mode, you may wish to be informed whenever you receive a telephone call or fax, and so the fax machine will ring. In NIGHT mode you may wish not to be disturbed, faxes will therefore be received silently, i.e. without the fax machine ringing. When TIMER mode is activated, your fax machine automatically switches between DAY and NIGHT by the aid of a built-in clock. Of course you can switch off the TIMER mode and switch over between DAY and NIGHT manually.
The fax switch in use with additional devices
(Cordless telephone, answering machine, etc.) Your fax switch supports all connections for additional devices. There are two different types of connection (schematic description):
Your machine will operate in different ways in the DAY and NIGHT modes, depending on whether it is serial or parallel connected. Using EASY INSTALL (press the HELP key for at least two seconds), your fax machine will always be set to the ideal mode for your connection.
On receiving a fax, your fax machine acts as a normal telephone. If you lift the handset and recognise that the caller is trying to send a fax (tone or silence) press the START key and replace the handset after two seconds. Fax reception starts. For phone calls, your fax machine acts as a normal telephone and starts to ring immediately. Other telephones ring simultaneously with your fax machine. You can start fax reception by pressing the keys and 5 on the other telephone. This mode only works if your telephone sends tone dialling signals. Advantages: You have the option of receiving faxes on your computer or another device (the built-in fax switch is switched off).
Here you can enter your personal settings. See chapter 8 Additional functions/Fax reception: EXPERT.
FAX: NORMAL; If you answer a call on your fax machine or an additional device and you recognise that it is a fax call you will have to start fax reception manually (see FAX: MANUAL).
Configuring/checking DAY mode
Enter function 31.
With the CURSOR LEFT and CURSOR RIGHT keys you can now choose between the above mentioned settings.
For units with a built-in answering device the following message also appears:
Your answering device will be activated automatically after a large number of rings.
In case of a phone call, your answering device is activated automatically after the 5th ringing signal. After the first message left by a caller, the answering device of your machine is automatically reduced to two rings. After you have listened to your messages, the next incoming call will again automatically activate the answering device after five rings.
You are able to check remotely whether new messages have been left on your answering device (if your answering device activates after two rings you know right away that new messages have been left). This configuration is especially advantageous when you are e.g. on holiday or on a business trip.
Enter the telephone number by using the dial pad. Using the REDIAL key you can enter a dialling pause.
Press the OK key. A confirmation will appear briefly on the display.
Using the telephone book
Press the TELEPHONE BOOK key. The display shows the first entry in your list of names.
Using the CURSOR LEFT or CURSOR RIGHT key.
.or the TELEPHONE BOOK key
. or the letters of the dial pad you can search through the name list.
Correcting and deleting stored short dial or telephone book entries
If you have entered a wrong letter or number in an entry of your short dial or telephone book directory you can correct the mistake. If you no longer need a number you have stored you can delete it from the memory.
Press the SHORT DIAL key or the TELEPHONE BOOK key.
The display shows either
choose 0-9 BERGER CHOMSKY
or the first name in the book. You can now search through the list using the dial pad.
Then press the SHORT DIAL or TELEPHONE BOOK key for at least two seconds.
Press the CURSOR LEFT key until the entry is deleted and you hear a confirmation tone.
As soon as the display shows the desired name, you can pick up the handset or press the DIAL or LOUDSPEAKER key, depending on the machine. Now the fax machine will start to dial and the number is displayed (if necessary you can now add an extension number). If you want to send a fax, press the START key.
Now you have two possibilities: Correcting an entry
Enter the correct name and number using the dialpad and confirm each entry with OK.
Deleting an entry
Press the OK key. Press the STOP key if you do not want to delete your entry. With the CURSOR LEFT/CURSOR RIGHT keys, you can again choose whether you really wish to delete the entry.
delete: delete: DELETED
Confirm with the OK key. The following message appears on the display for two seconds:
The DIAL or LOUDSPEAKER key has the same effect as lifting the handset. You can enter a number and will hear the connection being made over the built-in loudspeaker.
* Press the DIAL or LOUDSPEAKER key, depending on the device.
Dial the number you require. Your machine will start to dial and you will hear the connection being made.
As soon as the other party answers, lift the handset and speak. The loudspeaker will be turned off automatically.
Hands-free operation (only for devices with built-in answering device)
You can let people in the same room take part in your telephone conversation. Please make sure that your fax machine is situated on a smooth surface (not a soft underlay), to avoid the microphone being covered. You can press the LOUDSPEAKER key at any time during the call. The telephone conversation can then be followed via the built-in loudspeaker. At the same time, the built-in microphone is switched on.
Replace the handset. You can now speak with your hands free.
If you wish to continue the conversation using the handset, simply lift the handset again. The loudspeaker and microphone will be automatically switched off.
* For fax machines without built-in answering device: DIAL key
For fax machines with built-in answering device: LOUDSPEAKER key
Muting the microphone
During the phone call you can mute your microphone in order to speak to someone in the same room without being heard at the other end of the line. Press the MUTE/CALL TRANSFER key. Your microphone will be muted and the person at the other end of the line will not be able to hear you. When you wish to continue the phone call press the MUTE/ CALL TRANSFER key again.
You can transfer an existing phone call from your fax machine to an additional telephone and vice versa. Call transfer is only possible with telephones connected in serial (see chapter 4 Fax switch/The fax switch in use with additional devices). From the fax machine to an additional telephone Press the MUTE/CALL TRANSFER key during the phone call and replace the handset within three seconds or THE TELEPHONE
press the keys and within three seconds.
during the call and replace the handset
Your other telephone will ring for a maximum of 30 seconds. If you answer the call on an additional telephone in time you will be able to continue the call, otherwise the fax machine takes over the call again and rings for about 20 seconds. If you lift the handset of the fax machine in time, you can repeat the process. If you do not lift the handset in time the call will be disconnected.
From an additional telephone to the fax machine
Press the keys and 0 during the call. If the connection is successfully established, you will hear a tone. Replace the handset within three seconds. Your fax machine will ring for a maximum of about 30 seconds. If you answer the call on the fax machine in time you will be able to continue the call, otherwise the additional device takes over the call again and rings for about 20 seconds. If you lift the handset of the additional device in time, you can repeat the process. If you do not lift the handset in time the call will be disconnected.
+12345 SENDING. NEXT PAGE press start
02 pages sent
Improving the picture quality
Your fax machine normally operates with standard resolution. If you want to transmit detailed drawings or documents with very small print, use the FINE setting. If you want to fax a photograph, select the PHOTO setting. The original will be sent as a black and white illustration in grey scales. If you want to increase the resolution press the FINE/PHOTO key until the desired pointer lights up. After transmitting or, if there is no document in the feed slot, after 40 seconds the fax machine will automatically return to standard resolution.
If you try to send a fax but the number you are calling is engaged or you cannot make a connection, your machine will automatically redial the number after some time. Only insert the next document after the report has been completely printed out. Otherwise it will be drawn in during printout! Transmission of documents will take longer in FINE or PHOTO resolution. In PHOTO resolution mode, the texts become lighter and therefore less legible.
If you wish to send more pages press the START key while the first page is going through. As soon as it is through, you will hear a tone. Then insert the next page. For every new page you want to send, press the START key whilst the previous page is going through. When the last page has gone through, the display will indicate the number of pages transmitted.
Transmission reporterror report
Every time you send a document your fax machine prints a transmission report. It is possible to switch this function off. If an error occurs during transmission you will be informed on the error report, which is printed out even if the transmission report function is switched off.
Select function 43.
43 transm.report TRANSM. REP.: ON 15-MAY-99 12:30
Select using the CURSOR LEFT and CURSOR RIGHT keys, then press the OK key.
The fax journal is a list of the last 10 received and transmitted faxes. You can choose whether to print out the journal immediately or automatically after 10 successful transmissions.
Select function 41.
41 fax journal
journal: journal: print: print:
Select function 52.
52 ACCESS CODE code: 0000 code: 4321 15-MAY-99 12:30
Press the OK key. You will be asked to enter your code. If you do not want to enter a code press STOP.
Enter the four-digit code.
Press the OK key. The code is now stored.
Remote access of the answering device
You may wish to play back messages when you are away from home. Call your fax machine and wait until you hear the outgoing message. Enter your four-digit access code. The outgoing message is interrupted. If the outgoing message does not stop playing after you have pressed the first key of the code, press the first key again. Enter the rest of the code only after the outgoing message has stopped playing. You will hear a brief confirmation tone after every digit. THE ANSWERING DEVICE When you enter the remote access using a mobile phone or from abroad, you must wait at least 1 second between each digit of the code. When you have entered the fourth digit, you will either hear one confirmation tone which means that the code is accepted or four short whistle tones which indicate that one or more of the four digits was wrong. You have three attempts at entering the right code number, after which you will be disconnected. Once you have entered all four digits correctly you will be able to listen to all new messages. If no new messages have been recorded you must wait for a second confirmation tone before entering further commands. You can now enter more commands or you can replace the receiver to end remote access. Below you will find a table showing all functions which can be carried out remotely.
Make a note of your access code by incorporating it in a longer number, for example, so that it cannot be recognised by other people. If you wish to change your access code, repeat the above procedure and enter a new code. To switch the remote access function off again, enter 0000 as four-digit code. Ensure that the access code (function 52) is not the same as the VIP code (function 53) for your answering device. If you try to enter the same code, the message CODE NOT OK appears on the display. You must then select another code.
Function REPLAY INCOMING MESSAGE
Description To repeat the current message. If no message is repeated, the first message will be replayed. Your messages will be played back. Move to next message. After pressing key 4 , you will hear two confirmation tones. Press key 4 again. You will hear a long confirmation tone. Now speak your new outgoing message. After you have finished, press key 4 again. Your new outgoing message will now be played back. Afterwards you will hear a long confirmation tone. Pressing key
PLAY SKIP FORWARD RECORD OUTGOING MESSAGE
PLAYING OUTGOING MESSAGE DELETE INCOMING MESSAGE
you can hear your outgoing message.
Maximum scanning width Resolution
Contrast control Copying Data compression Modulation Transmission speeds Sound power level Printing method Thermal paper Document feed Fax switch Dimensions Weight Power consumption
Power supply Speech recording time Speech output Allowed operating environment Recommended operating environment
additional device, additional telephone
You can operate your fax machine together with additional devices such as (cordless) telephones, an answering machine etc. on a single telephone line. You have to enter some specific settings. The written note you want to send by fax to another party. Short for: Dual Tone Multiple Frequency. With this signal you can start fax reception from an additional telephone which has tone dialling. see thermal paper The fax switch analyses incoming calls and detects whether it is a normal call or a fax call. If you have chosen automatic receive a fax will be received automatically and silently. If you have chosen manual receive, the fax switch is not operating and faxes can only be received by pressing START. Many private households have installed a home telephone system. Such a system offers the possibility of internal communication but operates on only one single telephone line. A message left by a caller when the answering device is switched on. A pre-recorded message is included. When your answering machine is switched on the caller hears this message which is followed by a beep tone. Depending on the country more than one telecommunication device will be connected either serial or parallel to the telephone line.
fax paper fax switch, automatic and manual receive
home telephone system (HTS)
incoming message outgoing message (OGM)
You can collect documents which have been prepared for collection at a remote fax machine.
Private branch exchange systems are common in most large companies. They provide a kind of internal telephone network. In order to connect to the public network you must first dial an outside line. This is the term used for the network supplier e.g. B.T. The old dialling mode is pulse dialling. Every number key has a specific number of pulses assigned to it. On most fax machines the name and the number of the user can be entered. This so called sender identification will be printed on the fax receipt and will also appear on the display of the fax correspondents machine. Depending on the country more than one telecommunication device will be connected either serial or parallel to the telephone line. Abbreviation for Telephone Answering Machine. Special paper, which turns black by heating it. Tone dialling is the modern dialling mode. Every key has a different tone assigned to it.
private branch exchange (PABX),
PTT pulse dialling
TAM thermal paper tone dialling
Activating timer mode 15 Additional devices call transfer 25 connection 8 fax switch 14 setup 37 technical term 45 Adjusting the recording time ) 31 Answering device ) 30 adjusting the recording time 31 automatic forwarding of messages 33 deleting messages 32 in DAY mode 17 in NIGHT mode 19 listening to messages 32 pointer on the display 6 recording a telephone conversation 34 recording your outgoing message 30 remote access 35 switching on/off 30 VIP-code 34 volume of messages 32 Answering machine connection 8 fax switch 14 Appendix 44 Arrows on the display 6
volume of ring signal 13 Code Easy Link 37 polled reception 28 remote access ) 35 service code 43 VIP ) 34 Configuration parallel 15 serial 14 Connecting additional devices 8 the handset to the fax machine 8 the spiral cable to the handset 8 to the power supply 8 to the telephone socket 8 Connection to a home telephone system 9 to private branch exchange 9 Copying 37 Cordless telephone connection 8 fax switch 14 proper location of the base station 8 Correct stored short dial/telephone book entries 23 Correct location of the base station of cordless telephones 8
guide 6 outlet 6 technical term 45 DTMF technical term 45 Duration of recording time ) 31
Easy Install Function 8 Easy Link 37 Entering display language 11 time and date 11 your name 12 your number 12 Error reporttransmission report 28 EXPERT mode explanation 39
Handset 6 Header entering your name 12 entering your telephone number 12 Help key 38 press more than two seconds 8 Home telephone system connecting the fax machine 9 technical term 45 Hotline 49
Identity of the caller 20 deleting entries from the memory 21 Important information 3 Improving the picture quality 27 Incoming message technical term 45 Information general 3 Inner paper cover 6 Installation 8 connecting additional devices 8 connecting the handset to the fax machine 8 connecting the spiral cable to the handset 8 connecting to a home telephone system 9 connecting to a private branch exchange 9 connecting to the power supply 8 connecting to the telephone socket 8 correct location 8 easy install function 8 loading and removing thermal paper 8 location of the base station of cordless phones 8
Fax journal 28 Fax message receive paperless 29 sending 27 Fax paper technical term 45 Fax recept.: *Fax reception DAY mode 16 EXPERT mode 39 NIGHT mode ) 18 NIGHT mode ) 19 via computer/modem 16 Fax switch 14 alternatives 14 DAY mode 16 EXPERT mode 39 in use with additional devices 14 NIGHT mode ) 18 NIGHT mode ) 19 parallel configuration 15 serial configuration 14 technical term 45 timer mode 15 Faxing to sub-addresses 29 Fine mode pointer on the display 6 sending a fax 27 when copying 37 Flashing of Check Display lamp 4, 5 of the PLAY/PAUSE key ) 30 Forwarding of messages ) 33 Functions basic functions 11 overview 7
Your international guarantee
Thank you for purchasing this PHILIPS product which has been designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards. If, unfortunately, something should go wrong with this product PHILIPS guarantees free of charge labour and replacement parts irrespective of the country where it is repaired during a period of 12 months from date of purchase. This international PHILIPS guarantee complements the existing national guarantee obligations to you of dealers and PHILIPS in the country of purchase and does not affect your statutory rights as a customer. The PHILIPS guarantee applies provided the products are handled properly for its intended use, in accordance with its operating instructions and upon presentation of the original invoice or cash receipt, indicating the date of purchase, dealers name and model and production number of the product. The PHILIPS guarantee may not apply if: the documents have been altered in any way or made illegible; the model or production number on the product has been altered, deleted, removed or made illegible; repairs or product modifications and alterations have been executed by unauthorised service organisations or persons damage is caused by accidents including but not limited to lightning, water or fire misuse or neglect. Please note that the product is not defective under this guarantee in the case where modifications become necessary in order for the product to comply with local or national technical standards which apply in countries for which the product was not originally designed and/or manufactured. Therefore always check whether a product can be used in a specific country. In case your PHILIPS product is not working correctly or is defective, please contact your PHILIPS dealer. In the event you require service whilst in another country a dealer address can be given to you by the PHILIPS Consumer Help Desk in that country, the telephone and fax number of which can be found in the relevant part of this booklet. In order to avoid unnecessary inconvenience, we advise you to read the operating instructions carefully before contacting your dealer. If you have questions which your dealer cannot answer or any related question please write or call: for the UK: PHILIPS Consumer Communications Ltd. Centre Unit 4, Elmwood Chineham Business Park Crockford Lane Basingstoke RGWG UNITED KINGDOM Phone: 0645-282828 Fax: 0181-7841406 for Ireland: PHILIPS Electronics Ireland Ltd. Consumer Information Centre Newstead Clonskeagh Dublin 14 IRELAND Phone: 01-7640292 Fax: 01-7640299 for Hong Kong: PHILIPS Hong Kong Ltd. Consumer Service Division Unit A, 10/ F Park Sun Building 103-107 Wo Yi Hop Road Kwai Chung, N.T. HONG KONG for Taiwan: Philips Taiwan Ltd. Consumer Information Nr. 96 Section 1, Chien-Kuo N. Road Taipei TAIWAN
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