Sharp AJ-5030 manual

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    MODEL AJ-5030 OPERATION MANUAL COLOR INKJET ALL-IN-ONE AJ-5030 COLOR INKJET ALL-IN-ONE 1. Installa[...]

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    W ARNING - FCC R egula tions st ate tha t any unautho rized change s or modi ficati ons to this e[...]

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    1 Intr od uction Print specifications Copy spec ifications Printer type Colo r thermal in kjet, dua[...]

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    2 F ax specifications *Base d on ITU- T T est Cha rt #1 at s tandard resolutio n, exclud ing time [...]

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    3 Scan specificat ions General s pecifications Resolution Optical: 600 × 600 dpi Enhanced: 200 [...]

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    4 As a pa rt of o ur po licy of conti nuous i mprovemen t, S HARP res erves t he rig ht to make d[...]

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    5 • Never in stall tel ephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specif ically desi gn[...]

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    6 T ab le of Conte nts A Look at the Operation Panel 8 1. Instal lation 11 Unpac king Ch eckli st [...]

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    7 Printin g a docu ment from an appli cation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 [...]

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    8 SPEED DIAL key Press t his key to dia l a fax number u sing an abbrev iated 2-digit Speed Dial nu[...]

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    9 P APER TYPE key Press t his key to spe cify what type of paper you are using when making a co p[...]

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    10 SEARCH key Press th is key to search through yo ur auto-dial fax numbers or e-mail address es[...]

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    11 1. Installation 1. Inst allation Unpacking Chec klist If a ny ar e missing, contac t y our deal[...]

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    Setup 12 Setup P oints to keep in mind when setting up Do not pl ace the machin e in direct sunli[...]

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    Setup 13 1. Installation 1 Removing the pac king tape and stopper 1 Open the pr inter cover ➀ . 2[...]

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    Setup 14 Connecting a printer cable Y o u can connect t he Color Inkjet to your compute r using eit[...]

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    Setup 15 1. Installation Conn ecting a pa rallel c able Note : Use only an I EEE 1284 compliant par[...]

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    Setup 16 Connecting the power cor d Plug the power cord int o a 120 V , 60 Hz, grounde d AC (3-pr[...]

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    Setup 17 1. Installation Connecting the telephone line cord Inser t o ne end of t he line c ord i[...]

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    Setup 18 Attach tra ys Note: If you r area experiences a high incidence of light ning or powe[...]

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    Setup 19 1. Installation Extension phone (optional) If des ired, yo u can c onnect an extension p h[...]

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    Loading P rinting Paper 20 A 4 LT R Loading Print ing P aper The maximum number of sheets of pape[...]

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    Loading Pr inti ng P ap er 21 1. Installation Setting the paper size f or faxing and cop ying Y o u[...]

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    Loading P rinting Paper 22 2 Press 1 f or LETTER, 2 for LEGAL, or 3 for A4 size. The displ a[...]

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    Installi ng the Pr int C ar tr idges 23 1. Installation Installing th e Print Car tridg es Caution[...]

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    Installi ng the Print Cartrid ges 24 2 If you are installing a new cartri dge or cartri dg[...]

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    Installi ng the Pr int C ar tr idges 25 1. Installation 6 Press t he right a rrow until the displa [...]

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    Installi ng the Print Cartrid ges 26 Y ou ma y also need t o align th e print car tridges if pr i[...]

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    Installi ng the Pr int C ar tr idges 27 1. Installation 2 Press t he ST AR T key . • The Colo r[...]

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    Installi ng the Print Cartrid ges 28 6 Press the number keys to enter the number below the str[...]

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    Installi ng the Pr int C ar tr idges 29 1. Installation Printing a test pa g e Once you h ave i nst[...]

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    Installi ng the Sha rp Desktop S oftware 30 Installing the Sharp D esktop Software T o us e your Col[...]

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    Installi ng the Sha r p Desk top Software 31 1. Installation 1. Insert the Sharp CD into yo ur comp[...]

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    Enterin g Your Nam e and Fax N umber 32 Entering Y our Name and Fax Number Once y ou enter t his in[...]

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    Enter ing Y our Na me and F ax Number 33 1. Installation 4 Enter you r fax/phone nu m ber by pres[...]

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    Enterin g Your Nam e and Fax N umber 34 6 Enter your name by pressi ng number keys for e ach lette[...]

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    Enter ing Y our Na me and F ax Number 35 1. Installation 7 Press the ST AR T key . The displ ay [...]

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    Setting th e Date an d Time 36 Setting the D ate and Time 1 Press the FUNCTION key and th en 3 :[...]

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    Setting the Date and Time 37 1. Installation 6 Ente r a two -digi t nu mber for the hour (“0[...]

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    Setting th e Date an d Time 38 Da ylight Saving Time If desire d, you can set the c lock to move for[...]

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    Setting t he Rece ption Mod e 39 1. Installation Setting the Reception Mode Y o ur Color Inkj et ha[...]

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    Volum e Adjust ment 40 V olume Adjustment Y o u can adjust the v olume of the speaker and ri n[...]

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    Vo l u m e A d j u s t m e n t 41 1. Installation Ringer 1 Pres s the left or ri ght arrow key [...]

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    Volum e Adjust ment 42 Beep length Y o ur fax machine normally sign als the end of t ransmiss[...]

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    43 2. Cop ying 2. Copy ing Making a copy 1 Load the o riginal usi ng either th e docu men t gla ss [...]

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    Maki ng a copy 44 2 The defa ult c opy setti ngs are as follows. T o change a setting, see [...]

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    Copy Settings 45 2. Cop ying Cop y Set tings Y o u can adjust one o r more of the f ollowing copy se[...]

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    Copy Settings 46 Enlar ge/reduce There ar e three ways t o select an e nlarge /reduce setti ng: 1 . [...]

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    Copy Settings 47 2. Cop ying Contrast Press the LIGHT/DARK key one or mo re times to sel ect DARK [...]

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    Copying o n Specia l Type s of Paper 48 Cop yin g on Special T ypes of P aper The Color I nkjet can[...]

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    Usi ng the A uto Docume nt F eede r 49 2. Cop ying 5.5" (140 mm) 5.8" (148 mm) [...]

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    Using the Auto Do cument F eeder 50 Note : Letters or graphics o n the edges of a document will n[...]

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    Usi ng the A uto Docume nt F eede r 51 2. Cop ying Loading the Document Up to 1 0 pag es can be p[...]

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    Using the Auto Do cument F eeder 52 Copy Cut-off Note: This setting is only for copies made from t[...]

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    53 3. Sending Fa x e s 3. Sending F axes Sending a F ax b y Normal Dialing W ith Normal Dialing, [...]

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    Sending a Fax by Normal Dialing 54 4 W ait for th e connection. When you hear a fa x tone, pr[...]

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    55 Sending a F ax by Norma l Dialin g 3. Sending Fa x e s Selecting t he resolution for faxi ng [...]

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    Sending a Fax by Normal Dialing 56 Changing t he default reso lution If desired, you can chan[...]

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    57 Programmin g A uto -Dial Num bers 3. Sending Fa x e s Pr ogramming A uto -Dial Numbers Y o u ca[...]

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    Progra mming Auto- Dial Numbers 58 2 Press the 1 key to s elect SET . The displ ay will show: 3 T[...]

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    59 Programmin g A uto -Dial Num bers 3. Sending Fa x e s 5 Press the ST AR T key . 6 Enter th e [...]

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    Progra mming Auto- Dial Numbers 60 8 Press 1 i f the number progr ammed is an area code or ac[...]

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    61 Programmin g A uto -Dial Num bers 3. Sending Fa x e s 4 Press the ST AR T key . 5 Return t o [...]

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    Sending a Fax by Automati c Dialin g 62 Sending a F ax b y A utoma tic Dialing Dual Acce ss The f[...]

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    63 Sending a F a x by A utom atic Dial ing 3. Sending Fa x e s 2 Press th e appropriat e Rapid Key[...]

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    Sending a Fax by Automati c Dialin g 64 Speed Di aling If the n umber you want to dial has been [...]

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    65 Sending a F a x by A utom atic Dial ing 3. Sending Fa x e s Direct K eypad Dia ling Y o u can a[...]

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    Sending a Fax by Automati c Dialin g 66 Sear ching f or an auto-dial n umber If yo u don’ t reme[...]

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    67 Sending a F a x by A utom atic Dial ing 3. Sending Fa x e s ♦ If you d on’t r emember the n[...]

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    Sending a Fax by Automati c Dialin g 68 2 Pres s the left or ri ght arrow ke y to scroll thr[...]

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    69 Sending a F a x by A utom atic Dial ing 3. Sending Fa x e s Document transmission (non-memor y [...]

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    Sending a Fax by Automati c Dialin g 70 4 If the d ocument is loaded in the auto document f eede[...]

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    71 Sending a F ax F rom the Do cument G lass 3. Sending Fa x e s Sending a F ax Fr o m the Docum[...]

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    Sending a Fax Fro m the Docu ment Gla ss 72 3 Press the SCAN/BOOK key . • The documen t on the[...]

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    73 Option al Setting s f or Sending F axes 3. Sending Fa x e s Opti onal Sett ings f or Sendi ng F[...]

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    Optional Settings fo r Sendin g Faxes 74 Recal l times f or automatic dial ing If desire d, you can[...]

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    75 Option al Setting s f or Sending F axes 3. Sending Fa x e s Err or Correction Mode The fa x mac[...]

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    Optional Settings fo r Sendin g Faxes 76 1 Press these keys: The displ ay will show: 2 Ente r a n[...]

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    77 Broadc asting 3. Sending Fa x e s Br oadc asting This function allows you t o send the sa me[...]

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    Broadc asting 78 4 If the d ocument is loaded in the auto document f eeder , press the ST AR T k[...]

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    79 4. Receiving Fa x e s MANUAL AUTO A.M. When the r eception mode is s et to AUTO, t he fax machine[...]

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    Using AUT O Mode 80 Changing the number of rings If desire d, you can change the number of ring s o[...]

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    Usin g MA NUAL Mode 81 4. Re ceiv ing Fa x e s MANUAL AUTO A.M. Using MANU AL Mode When the re cept[...]

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    Optional Receptio n Settings 82 3 If t he Color Inkjet doesn't r espond, or if the other [...]

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    Optional Receptio n Settings 83 4. Re ceiv ing Fa x e s Reception Rat io The fa x has been set at [...]

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    Substitu te Reception to Memory 84 Substitute Re ception to Mem ory In situ ations where print ing [...]

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    Dist inctive Rin g (Requir es Subs crip tion to Ser v ice) 85 4. Re ceiv ing Fa x e s Distinctive R[...]

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    Distinc tive Ring (Requires Subscr iption to Service ) 86 2 Press a n umber from 1 to 3 to s el[...]

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    Dist inctive Rin g (Requir es Subs crip tion to Ser v ice) 87 4. Re ceiv ing Fa x e s ♦ When usin[...]

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    88 5. Printing Printing a documen t fr om an app lication 1. When you a re ready to pri nt a documen[...]

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    Pr inting on Spec ialty Papers 89 5. Printing Printing on Specialty P apers The Color I nkjet can p[...]

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    Printin g on En velopes or Card s 90 Print ing on En velopes or Car ds T o print on envelopes and[...]

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    Shar p AJ-503 0 Control P a nel 91 5. Printing Sharp AJ-5030 Con tr ol P anel The Sharp AJ -5030 Co[...]

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    92 6. Scanning Scanning a document Y o u can also sca n a document into an y other software pro[...]

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    Scanni ng a document 93 6. Scanning Importan t: Make sure t he glass is clean. Any di rt, fingerp r[...]

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    Scannin g a Docume nt to Yo ur E-mail Progr am 94 Scanning a Docu ment to Y our E-mail Pr ogram Y [...]

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    Scannin g a Docume nt to Y our E -mail Program 95 6. Scanning 2 If d esired , a djust the r eso lut[...]

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    96 7. Ans w ering Machine Hookup Connecting a n Answering Machine If desi red, you can connec t an a[...]

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    Connecti ng an Ans wering Mac hine 97 7. Ans wering Machine Changing t he outgo ing message The out[...]

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    Connectin g an An swering Machine 98 How the connection operates While you a re out, all o f your [...]

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    Optiona l A.M. Mod e Settings 99 7. Ans wering Machine Optional A.M . Mode Se ttings If nece ssary [...]

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    Optional A.M. Mode Settings 100 3 Press the STOP ke y to return to t he date and time display[...]

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    101 8. Printing Lists 8. Print ing Lists Y ou can p rint lists showing settings a nd in formati[...]

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    Printin g List s 102 Explanation of headin gs SENDER/ RECEIVER The name or fax number of the [...]

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    Print ing Lists 103 8. Printing Lists If d esired , y ou can set the Act ivity Repo rt to aut o[...]

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    Printin g List s 104 Option Setting List This li st shows th e current se lections fo r the option [...]

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    Print ing Lists 105 8. Printing Lists 2 Press a n umber from 1 to 5 to s elect the condi tion fo[...]

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    106 9. Maintenance and T r oubleshooting Cleaning the Scannin g Glasses Any dirt, fingerprint s, or[...]

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    Cleaning the Scann ing Gla sses 107 9. Maintenance T r oubleshooting 3 Lift th e document glas s c[...]

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    Improving P rint Q uality 108 Cleaning the housing W ipe the surface an d external part s of the mac[...]

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    Improving Pr int Qu ality 109 9. Maintenance T r oubleshooting 3 Compare the diagonal line above[...]

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    Improving P rint Q uality 110 Wiping the print nozzles and contacts If you ha ve cleaned th e print [...]

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    Improving Pr int Qu ality 111 9. Maintenance T r oubleshooting 3 Dampen anoth er section o f clean[...]

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    112 9. Maintenance T r oubleshooting F axing Prob lems If you ha ve any problems faxing, first r e[...]

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    F axing Prob lems 113 9. Maintenance T r oubleshooting Dialing and transmission pr oblems Pr oblem[...]

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    Faxing Problem s 114 Reception and copyi ng problems Pr oblem Solution The mac hine doesn't r[...]

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    F axing Prob lems 115 9. Maintenance T r oubleshooting Ans wering mach ine connection Pr oblem Sol[...]

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    Faxing Problem s 116 General pr oblems Pr oblem Solution Nothin g appears in the disp lay . • [...]

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    Messag es and Signa ls 117 9. Maintenance T r oubleshooting Messages and Signals Displa y messages [...]

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    Message s and Sig nals 118 MEMOR Y IS FULL The mem or y is full. T his ma y occur during f ax rece[...]

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    Messag es and Signa ls 119 9. Maintenance T r oubleshooting A udible signals Contin uous tone 3 se[...]

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    Clearing Paper Jam s 120 Cle aring P aper Ja ms Clearing a jammed document If the o riginal doc ume[...]

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    Cle aring P aper J ams 121 9. Maintenance T r oubleshooting 3 If the d ocument doesn’ t protrude [...]

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    Clearing Paper Jam s 122 2 If the j ammed paper does not protrude fr om the paper tr ay , open the[...]

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    Orde ring Parts 123 Or deri ng P ar t s T o order parts, contact the parts distribution center loca[...]

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    FCC Regulatory Information 124 FCC Regulato ry Information This equipment complies with FCC rules, [...]

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    125 S H A R P Date Revised : . Date Issued : Sep. 2 0. 2000 MA TERIAL SAFETY DA T A SHEE[...]

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    126 S H A R P Date Revised : . Date Issued : Sep. 2 0. 2000 MA TERIAL SAFETY DA T A SHE[...]

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    127 S H A R P Date Revised : . Date Issued : Sep. 2 0. 2000 MA TERIAL SAFETY DA T A SHE[...]

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    128 S H A R P Date Revised : . Date Issued : Sep. 2 0. 2000 MA TERIAL SAFETY DA T A SHEE[...]

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    129 S H A R P Date Revised : . Date Issued : Sep. 2 0. 2000 MA TERIAL SAFETY DA T A SHE[...]

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    130 S H A R P Date Revised : . Date Issued : Sep. 2 0. 2000 MA TERIAL SAFETY DA T A SHE[...]

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    131 1. Installation and setup Quic k Reference Gu ide Entering Y our Name and Number 1. Press: Dis[...]

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    Quick Refe rence Gui de 132 Sending F axes Pla ce you r docume nt (up to 10 pa ges) f a ce up in t[...]

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    133 1. Installation and setup Guía de ref erencia rápida Intr oducción de su nombre y númer o [...]

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    Gu í a d e referenc ia r á pida 134 T ransmisión de mensajes tele fax Place your do cument (u[...]

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    135 A A.M. reception mod e , 39 , 97 Activity Report , 101 Auto print -out , 103 Answering ma[...]

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    Index 136 M MANUAL reception mode , 39 , 81 Memory Substitute reception to , 84 N Normal Dialin[...]

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    LIMITED W ARRANTY SHARP ELEC TRONICS CORPORA TION warr ants t o the first end user purchaser tha[...]

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    PRINTED IN THAI LAND (TINSE4181SC JZ) SHARP DOCUMENT N ETW O RK SYSTEM OF AMERICA Sharp Plaza, Mah[...]