Sharp AL-2060 manual

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    MODEL AL-2060 • INSTALLATION • INITIAL SETTINGS • CHOOSING SUITABLE MEDIA • HOW TO USE [...]

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    Telecommuni cation Line cab le: Use only the line cable that was provided with the machine. Notice [...]

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    Important safety inform ation • If any of your telephone equipment is not ope rating properly, yo[...]

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    1 T ABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS .............................. ............................ .[...]

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    2 4 HOW TO USE THE FAX FUNCTI ON SENDING ORIGINALS ................. .................. 50 ● SETT[...]

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    3 QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE The following quick refere nce guid e provides brief explan ations the opera[...]

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    4 Sending a fax Dialing methods Search by fax numbers. Speed Dial number or Rapid Key set for Chain[...]

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    5 BROAD- CAST Sending a fax to multiple destinations (Broadcasting) (p.69) Place the original. Dial.[...]

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    6 LIST OF F AX FUNCTIONS The FAX MAIN MENU is used to confi gure se ttings for the fax function and [...]

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    7 6 : A UT O LISTING Enable autom atic pr inting of the Activity Report w hen information on a tot[...]

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    8 16 : RCV REDUCE When a f ax is receiv ed that is larger that the printing pa per , enable reduc[...]

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    9 * T ransf er is only possible when a received f ax is being held in memory because printing was n[...]

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    10 SELECTING SETTINGS FOR THE FUNCTION The general procedure for configuring settings for the fax f[...]

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    11 1 Chapter 1 INST ALLA TION CONNECTIONS CONNECTING THE TELEPHONE LINE CORD Use only the provided [...]

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    12 Operation Manual (for general inform ation) (on the CD-ROM) Explains the machine and how to use i[...]

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    13 2 Chapter 2 INITIAL SETTINGS PA R T N A M E S The following illustration shows the part names [...]

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    14 A LOOK A T THE F AX OPERA TION P ANEL Rapid k eys Press one of these k eys to dial a f ax or tele[...]

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    15 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 [SPEAKER] key Press this ke y to begin man ual dialing. (T o close the line, [...]

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    16 ABOUT THE LIQUID CR YST AL DISPLA Y The machine is equipped with a two-line liquid crystal displ[...]

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    17 2 ADJUSTING THE RINGING V OLUME Adjust the ringing volume o f the machine using the procedu re be[...]

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    18 SETTING THE LENGTH OF ALARM BEEPS You can select the length in seconds of the alar m beeps (e mi[...]

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    19 2 ADJUSTING THE ALARM BEEP V OLUME Adjust the volume of alarm beeps ( emitted at the end of t ran[...]

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    20 F AX SETUP HO W T O ENTER CHARA CTERS You can enter letters with the n umeric keys. Letters ar e [...]

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    21 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 ENTERING Y OUR NAME AND F AX NUMBER To have your name and fax numb er printed [...]

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    22 INITIAL SETTINGS 8 Press the [OK] key. 9 10 11 12 13 Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key t[...]

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    23 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 To change the display format to 12- hour or 24-hour format, follow the steps [...]

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    24 INITIAL SETTINGS To change the order of displa y of the date, follow the steps below: 1 Press the[...]

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    25 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 Daylight Saving Time Setting Enable this setting to have the internal clock au[...]

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    26 INITIAL SETTINGS SELECTING THE TRANSMISSION MODE The machine has two modes for sendi ng faxes: m[...]

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    27 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 SELECTING THE RECEPTION MODE Your machine has three mod es for receiving incom[...]

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    28 INITIAL SETTINGS SETTING THE NUMBER OF RI NGS FOR A UT O RECEPTION You can set the number o f ri[...]

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    29 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 SETTING THE NUMBER OF RING S FOR MANU AL RECEPTION The number of rings befo r[...]

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    30 INITIAL SETTINGS SETTING THE NUMBER OF RECALL TIMES The machine will automatically reattempt tran[...]

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    31 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 When a communication error occurs You can select the number o f recall attempt[...]

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    32 INITIAL SETTINGS SETTING THE RECALL INTER V AL The machine will automatically reattempt transmiss[...]

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    33 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 When a communication error occurs You can select the interval betwe en recall [...]

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    34 INITIAL SETTINGS SETTING THE INDEX FUNCTION You can print an index mark along the edge of the pa[...]

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    35 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 SETTING RESOLUTION PRIORITY For most faxing jobs, you will most likely want t [...]

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    36 INITIAL SETTINGS SETTING UP THE MA CHINE FO R USE WITH A PC MODEM The machine is set to automa t[...]

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    37 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 USING THE REMO TE RECEPTION FUNCTION The machines Remote Reception feature is [...]

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    38 INITIAL SETTINGS Setting a Fax Remote Number: 1 Press the [MENU] key. 2 Press the [ ] key ( )[...]

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    39 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 PBX SETTING Please note that this sett ing is only available in Germany and F[...]

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    40 INITIAL SETTINGS ST ORING NUMBERS FOR A UT OMA TIC DIALING Automatic Dialing is a quick an d conv[...]

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    41 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 9 Enter the name of the destination with the numeric keys. Enter the name of [...]

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    42 INITIAL SETTINGS Use the following procedure to clear numbers: 1 Press the [MENU] key. 2 Press [...]

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    43 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 ST ORING NUMBERS UNDER GROUP KEYS Group keys allow you to dial a gro up of fax[...]

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    44 INITIAL SETTINGS 10 Enter a name for the Group K ey with the numeric keys. Enter the name of the[...]

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    45 INITIAL SETTINGS 2 Deleting numbers from Group K eys: 1 Press the [MENU] key. 2 Press the [ ] k[...]

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    46 USING THE MA CHINE WITH AN ANSWERING MA CHINE QUIET DETECT TIME Quiet Detect Time is the functio[...]

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    47 2 If Quiet Detect Time is not working properly... With some answering machines , there is simply [...]

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    48 3 Chapter 3 CHOOSING SUIT ABLE MEDIA ORIGINALS SUIT ABLE FOR F AXING Make sure that the origina[...]

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    49 CHOOSING SUIT ABLE MEDIA 3 UNSUIT ABLE ORIGINALS General guidelines: ● All clips, staples, and [...]

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    50 4 Chapter 4 HO W T O USE THE F AX FUNCTION The stand alone fax component o f your machine offer[...]

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    51 HO W T O USE THE F AX FUNCTION 4 When placing the Original on the document glass: 1 Confirm that [...]

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    52 OPTIONAL TRANSMISSION SETTINGS There are several tran smission settings that you ca n make be fo[...]

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    53 HO W T O USE THE F AX FUNCTION 4 RESOLUTION To do this, press the [RESOLUTION] key on e or more t[...]

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    54 CO VER SHEET You can have your fax generate a cover sheet and send it as the last p age of the t[...]

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    55 HO W T O USE THE F AX FUNCTION 4 MESSA GE FUNCTION One of the following messages can be selected[...]

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    56 TWO-SIDED ORIGINAL TRANSMISSION FUNCTION The RSPF can be used to automatically fax a two-side d o[...]

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    57 4 DIALING AND TRANSMITTING Once you have set the orig inal (either in the RSPF or on the d ocume[...]

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    58 HO W T O USE THE F AX FUNCTION CHAIN DIALING The Chain Dialing function allows you to com bine a [...]

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    59 HO W T O USE THE F AX FUNCTION 4 USING THE SEARCH KEY If you do not remember t he Rapid key or Sp[...]

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    60 IF THE MEMOR Y BECOMES FULL WHILE SCANNING AN ORIGINAL If the memory becomes full while scanning[...]

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    61 4 RECEIVING F AXES You can set the machine to one of three modes of recep tion, AUTO , MAN. , o[...]

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    62 OPTIONAL RECEPTION SETTINGS The machine has various optional se ttings f or the reception of f ax[...]

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    63 HO W T O USE THE F AX FUNCTION 4 RECEIVE REDUCE You may on occasion re ceive faxes that are large[...]

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    64 WHEN USING MANU AL SENDING AND RECEIVING You need to use the [SPEAKER] key or an extension tel [...]

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    65 5 Chapter 5 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS MEMOR Y Your machine has a memory are a that can be used to store[...]

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    66 D A T A TRANSFER If there is a problem with the machine, you can use the Data Transfer functio n[...]

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    67 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS 5 Follow these steps to use the fax transfer function: 1 Press the [MENU] key.[...]

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    68 TRANSMISSION RESER V A TION When your fax is busy receiving an original or transmi tting an ori[...]

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    69 5 BR O ADCASTING This function allows you to send the same origina l to as many as 100 different [...]

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    70 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Broadcasting using a Group key If the fax machines to which you want to broadca[...]

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    71 5 POLLING Polling allows you to request another f ax machine to send an or iginal to your fax mac[...]

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    72 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS SERIAL POLLING You can poll several fax machines one at a time with a single se[...]

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    73 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS 5 POLLING TRANSMISSION (MEMOR Y POLLING) This function is used to trans mit an [...]

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    74 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Adding a o riginal t o polling memory: Use this procedure to add an original [...]

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    75 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS 5 RESTRICTING POLLING MA CHINES (POLLING SECURITY) If you wish to allow only sp[...]

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    76 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Programming/deleting passcode numbe rs: 1 Press the [MENU] key. 2 Press the [ [...]

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    77 5 TIMER OPERA TIONS The timer function allows you to set a transmission or polling oper ation to[...]

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    78 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS 6 Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key ( ) to select the day of th e week an[...]

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    79 5 ANTI JUNK F AX You can avoid wasting fa x paper by using the Anti Junk Fax function. This func[...]

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    80 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS To store junk fax numbers, use the fo llowing procedure: 1 Press the [MENU] key[...]

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    81 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS 5 To clear junk fax numbers, use th e following procedure: 1 Press the [MENU] k[...]

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    82 OPERA TION IN COPY , PRINTER, SCANNER, AND F AX MODES Some operations cannot be p erformed simul[...]

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    83 6 Chapter 6 TR OUBLESHOO TING PRINTING OUT REPOR TS The machine is capable of pr inting a ran g[...]

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    84 TROUBLESHOO TING 5. PASS CODE LIST: You can print a list of your fax info rmation and polling s[...]

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    85 TROUBLESHOO TING 6 7. USER PROGRAM LIST: Currently activated U SER PROGRAM settings. Use the [...]

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    86 TROUBLESHOO TING A CTIVITY REPORT A U T O LISTING This setting is used to automatically print the[...]

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    87 TROUBLESHOO TING 6 PRINTING TRANSA CTION REPORTS The machine can be set to print a tr ansaction r[...]

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    88 TR OUBLESHOO TING Problem Ca use and solution Pag e Dialing cannot be done. The telephone line [...]

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    89 6 MESSA GES AND SIGNALS DISPLA Y MESSA GES A UDIBLE SIGNALS Messag e Cause and remedy Pag e FRO[...]

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    90 7 Chapter 7 APPENDIX SPECIFICA TIONS * As a part of our policy of continuous improveme nt, SHAR[...]

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    91 INDEX A Alarm beeps - Alarm beep volume .......................................... 19 - Length[...]

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    92 R Receiving faxes ... .......................................... .......... 61 - Receive reduce [...]

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    93 Fax setup Connecting the telephone line co rd......................... 11 Daylight saving time se[...]

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