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Canon MX420 Setting Up

In default mode (tel priority mode) with an answering machine dsl/cable modem connection
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Setting Up Your MX420 In
Default Mode (Tel Priority Mode)
With An Answering Machine
DSL/Cable Modem Connection
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  • Page 1 Setting Up Your MX420 In Default Mode (Tel Priority Mode) With An Answering Machine DSL/Cable Modem Connection Next...
  • Page 2: Connecting The Phone Lines

    Connecting The Phone Lines Previous Next...
  • Page 3 Connecting Your Phone/Answering Machine Is your answering machine built into your phone? Click Here or Go To Page 12 Click the Next Button Previous Next...
  • Page 4 (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) Machine DSL/Cable Modem Wall jack (Existing Phone Cord) Hand Set After (Phone) Answering (Phone Cord included Machine with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable (Existing Phone Cord) Modem Wall jack Previous Next...
  • Page 5 Fax to Phone Line Connection • Plug the provided phone cord into the DSL/Cable Modem Hand Set (Phone) Answering (Phone Cord included Machine with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable (Existing Phone Cord) Modem Wall jack Next...
  • Page 6 • Plug the provided phone cord into the “L” jack in the rear of the multifunction Hand Set (Phone) Answering (Phone Cord included Machine with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable (Existing Phone Cord) Modem Wall jack...
  • Page 7 Fax to Phone Line Connection • Remove the white plug (D) from the upper jack Hand Set (Phone) Answering (Phone Cord included Machine with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable (Existing Phone Cord) Modem Wall jack Next...
  • Page 8 • Plug the second phone cord into the “telephone” jack located on the rear of the multifunction Hand Set (Phone) Answering (Phone Cord included Machine with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable (Existing Phone Cord) Modem Wall jack...
  • Page 9 Fax to Phone Line Connection • Plug the second phone cord into the answering machine Hand Set (Phone) Answering (Phone Cord included Machine with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable (Existing Phone Cord) Modem Wall jack Next...
  • Page 10 Fax to Phone Line Connection • Plug the third phone cord into the answering machine Hand Set (Phone) Answering (Phone Cord included Machine with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable (Existing Phone Cord) Modem Wall jack Next...
  • Page 11 Fax to Phone Line Connection • Plug the third phone cord into the phone Hand Set (Phone) Answering (Phone Cord included Machine with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable (Existing Phone Cord) Modem Wall jack Next Previous...
  • Page 12 Fax to Phone Line Connection Before Hand Set (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) (Phone) DSL/Cable Modem Wall jack After Hand Set (Phone) (Phone Cord included with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable Wall jack Modem Previous Next...
  • Page 13 Fax to Phone Line Connection • Plug the provided phone cord into the DSL/Cable Modem Hand Set (Phone) (Phone Cord included with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable Modem Wall Jack Previous Next...
  • Page 14 Fax to Phone Line Connection • Plug the provided phone cord into the “L” jack in the rear of the multifunction Hand Set (Phone) (Phone Cord included with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable Modem Wall jack...
  • Page 15 Fax to Phone Line Connection • Remove the white plug (D) from the upper jack Hand Set (Phone) (Phone Cord included with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable Modem Wall jack Previous Next...
  • Page 16 Fax to Phone Line Connection • Plug the second phone cord into the “telephone” jack located on the rear of the multifunction Hand Set (Phone) (Phone Cord included with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable Modem Wall jack...
  • Page 17 Fax to Phone Line Connection • Plug the existing phone cord into the phone Hand Set (Phone) (Phone Cord included with Canon printer) (Existing Phone Cord) (Existing Phone Cord) DSL/Cable Modem Wall jack Previous Next...
  • Page 18: Setting Up The Receive Mode

    Setting Up The Receive Mode Return To “Connecting Your Phone/Answering Machine” Next...
  • Page 19 Step 1 Step 2 Turn on the MX420 by pressing the Press the FAX button. ON button. Previous Next...
  • Page 20 Step 3 Step 4 The fax standby screen will appear. Press the center FUNCTION button. Previous Next...
  • Page 21 Step 5 Step 6 The Receive mode settings screen Use the UP or DOWN button to select “TEL priority mode”. will appear. Previous Next...
  • Page 22 Step 7 Step 8 Press the right FUNCTION button Use the UP or DOWN button to select “User-friendly reception”. under the Advanced label Previous Next...
  • Page 23 Step 9 Step 10 Ensure “User-friendly reception” is Press the OK button selected Previous Next...
  • Page 24 Step 11 Step 12 The “User-friendly reception” Use the UP or DOWN button to select “ON” screen will appear Previous Next...
  • Page 25 Step 13 Step 14 Ensure “ON” is selected Press the OK button Previous Next...
  • Page 26 Step 15 Step 16 You will return to the “Advanced” A confirmation screen will appear briefly selection screen Previous Next...
  • Page 27 Step 17 Step 18 You will return to the “Receive Press the BACK button mode setting” screen. Confirm that “Tel priority mode” is selected Previous Next...
  • Page 28 Step 19 Step 20 You will return to the “Fax standby Press the OK button screen”. The MX420 is ready to receive a fax Previous Next...
  • Page 29 • If fax tones are heard by the MX420 it will take over the call and receive the fax document. IMPORTANT: In order to receive a fax, you must either pick up the handset on a phone that is connected to the MX420 or let your answering machine answer the call. Previous...