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OPERATOR'S MANUAL

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    PLAIN PAPER FACSIMILE OPERATOR’S MANUAL...

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    TAR Program, to encourage the widespread and voluntary use of energy-efficient technologies that enhance the workplace, improve product performance, prevent pollution, and reduce your energy costs. As an NERGY TAR Partner, Toshiba has determined that this facsimile model meets the guidelines for energy efficiency. NERGY maintain very low power consumption during idle state or have a stand-down to an idle state after a period of inactivity.

  • Page 3: Notice To Users

    If you experience trouble with this facsimile machine, please contact TOSHIBA AMERICA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, INC. Electronic Imaging Division 2 Musick, Irvine, CA 92618-1631 for repair/warranty information.

  • Page 4: Notice To Users

    The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 5. TOSHIBA OF CANADA LIMITED Office Product Group 191 McNABB STREET...

  • Page 5: Ozone Safety Information

    OZONE SAFETY INFORMATION The ozone filter (used with this machine) complies with Environmental Protection Agency regulations for ozone emissions in an office environment. This means that this facsimile does not produce hazardous ozone emissions greater than 0.1 ppm. Replace the ozone filter: An ozone filter has been provided with this unit and is to be replaced at the same interval as the drum unit.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    OPERATION PANEL... 13 SETUP ... 16 UNPACKING ... 16 FACSIMILE MACHINE INSTALLATION ... 18 Connecting Your TOSHIBA Facsimile ... 18 Recording Paper Exit Tray ... 19 Document Exit Tray ... 19 Charger Cleaner, Mylar Scraper ... 19 INITIAL PRINTING SUPPLIES INSTALLATION ... 20 Recording Paper Installation ...

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    TRANSMIT CONFIGURATION ... 87 Document Specifications ... 87 Document Loading ... 88 Scan Resolution Setting ... 89 Contrast Setting ... 90 Default Setting for Memory Transmission ... 91 Send After Scan Default Setting ... 92 Default Setting for Security Transmission ... 93 COPYING ...

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    Retrieving (Polling) a Document from a Mailbox (Remote Hub) ... 157 Printing a Document from a Mailbox (Local Hub) ... 159 Cancelling Documents in a Mailbox (Local Hub) ... 161 ADVANCED TRANSMISSION FUNCTIONS ... 163 Department Code Access ... 163 Account Code Entry ...

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    PRINTING a TEST RESULT ... 252 REMOTE SERVICE ... 253 RDC (Remote Diagnosis Configuration) Service ... 253 AUTOMATIC SUPPLIES ORDER ... 254 Automatic Supplies Order Setting ... 254 SPECIFICATIONS ... 255 SUPPLIES ... 256 HARDWARE OPTIONS ... 256 TOSHIBA Viewer ... 257 INDEX ... 287...

  • Page 10: Features

    256 level halftone, precision drawings, small-size characters, photographs, etc. are copied, sent, and received with exceptional clarity. Open Network Mailbox Systems Your new TOSHIBA provides ITU-T F-code communication for Open Mailbox op- eration. Hyper Scan Document Scanning Allows letter sized originals to be scanned into memory in as little as 1.2 seconds per page.

  • Page 11: Care And Maintenance

    • If any abnormal conditions occur, such as emitting of smoke or burning odor, MAY-17-00 WED09:43 immediately disconnect power to the unit and contact your authorized Toshiba dealer for service. POWER FAILURE...

  • Page 12: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION - FACSIMILE UNIT DESCRIPTIONS Front View Document Exit Tray Stacks the original documents after scanning. Document Exit Tray Extension Supports long original documents after scanning. (See page 19.) Recording Paper Exit Tray Stacks recording paper after printing. (See page 19.) Operation Panel Used to perform programming and operation of the facsimile...

  • Page 13: Rear View

    (See page 18.) Centronics PC Interface Line 2 Connector Connection for the 2nd telephone line cord from wall or PSTN system. DP125F: Standard DP120F: Option External Telephone Connector Connection for an External Telephone set. (See page 18.) Handset Connector Connection for the optional Handset unit.

  • Page 14: When Optional Recording Paper Trays Are Installed

    Optimal height console stands are available for one or two paper tray configurations. These stands maximize operational access, LCD view angle and provide rugged roller casters for easy cleaning. With three recording paper trays installed Upper Recording Paper Tray Middle Recording Paper Tray (optional) Bypass Tray (DP125F: standard) Lower Recording (DP120F: optional) Paper Tray (optional) Handset (optional) Bypass Tray (DP125F: standard)

  • Page 15: Operation Panel

    - OPERATION PANEL 1. Error Lamps In the event an error occurs in the facsimile, the corresponding lamp will be illuminated: ... PAPER JAM Lamp: Blinks when an original document or recording paper jam occurs (see page 233)..RECORDING PAPER Lamp: Blinks when the recording paper supply has been depleted (see page 20).

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    This key is used to delete characters in CHARACTER ENTRY mode (see page 36). 9. Dial Keypad Use these 12 keys just like a telephone keypad to dial telephone/facsimile num- bers (see page 35). 10. MULTI Key Performs Multi-address Transmissions (Broadcast) or a Multi-polling receptions (see page 124).

  • Page 17: Function Keys

    Function Keys The Function Keys are located on the left of the Op- eration Panel and enable the following frequently used functions and settings by pressing the desired key. CHAIN DIAL COMM Used to dial a remote party using Chain Dialing (see page 166).

  • Page 18: Setup

    11. AC Power Cord ... 1 12. Charger Cleaner ... 1 13. Mylar Scraper ... 1 14. Cotton Swab ... 1 15. Unpacking Report ... 1 16. Quick Reference Guide ... 1 17. TOSHIBA Viewer CD-ROM ... 1 18. Bypass Tray (DP125F only) ... 1...

  • Page 19: Select A Desirable Location

    Select a Desirable Location The unit should be installed: • On a horizontal surface. • Away from direct sunlight, dust, extreme heat and humidity, and vibration. • Away from sources of strong electrical or magnetic fields, such as televisions or radios.

  • Page 20: Facsimile Machine Installation

    - FACSIMILE MACHINE INSTALLATION Connecting Your TOSHIBA Facsimile Make sure that the Power Switch is turned OFF. Plug in the power cord as in the figure below. Power Cord WARNING • Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm. •...

  • Page 21: Recording Paper Exit Tray

    Recording Paper Exit Tray Document Exit Tray Recording Paper Exit Document Exit Tray Tray Installation Installation Place the hooks of the Record- Fit the tabs of the Document ing Paper Exit Tray into the slots Exit Tray into the slots on the on the left side of the unit.

  • Page 22: Initial Printing Supplies Installation

    • Use only recommended paper Tray brands to optimize your fac- simile performance. Contact your authorized TOSHIBA dealer for more information. • Remove the recording paper when storing or relocating your facsimile. • Avoid using damaged, folded or misaligned recording paper.

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    Recording Paper Installation - continued Install the Close the Paper Recording Paper Tray Place the recording paper stack Push the paper tray all the way into the tray. into the machine. NOTE: NOTES: As the tray is closed, listen • Do not exceed the upper for the sound of the paper stack limit line as this may...

  • Page 24: Recording Paper Size Adjustment

    Recording Paper Size Adjustment About Paper Sizes: Pull Out the Paper • Your TOSHIBA facsimile has Tray been preset to accept letter size recording paper. In the event that you receive a legal-size (8.5”x14”) recep- tion, it will automatically be reduced to fit onto letter-size (8.5”x11”) paper.

  • Page 25: Bypass Tray Installation

    Bypass Tray Installation The Bypass Tray comes stan- Remove the Bypass dard with the DP125F. (The By- Tray Cover pass Tray is available as an op- tion for the DP120F.) You can select to print from the Bypass Tray for copy, PC print, and A5-size report.

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    Bypass Tray Installation - continued Pull up the Paper Set the Recording Support Paper Paper Guide Bypass Tray Paper Support Pull up the Bypass Tray Paper Set the Recording Paper and Support. adjust the Paper Guides to the correct paper size. Lower the Tray Lever Tray Lever...

  • Page 27: Developer Assembly And Drum Unit Installation

    Developer Assembly and Drum Unit Installation Open the Top Cover Shake the Developer Assembly Top Cover Release Lever Grasp the Top Cover Release Hold the Developer Assembly Lever to open the Top Cover. with both hands and shake the cartridge back and forth several times.

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    Developer Assembly and Drum Unit Installation - continued Press Down on the Close the Top Cover Drum Unit Drum Unit Press firmly down on the green Holding the Top Cover Release squares on the Drum Unit until Lever, close the Top Cover, the Drum Unit clicks into place.

  • Page 29: Fuser Cleaner Installation

    Fuser Cleaner Installation Open the Top Cover Install the Fuser Cleaner Top Cover Fuser Cleaner Release Lever Grasp the Top Cover Release Remove the new Fuser Cleaner Lever to open the Top Cover. from its plastic bag and install it positioning its white pad side down.

  • Page 30: Printing Supplies Replacement

    - PRINTING SUPPLIES REPLACEMENT Toner Cartridge Replacement Replacement Toner Kits for your Open the Top Cover TOSHIBA facsimile include a Toner Cartridge and a Fuser Cleaner. Be sure to replace the Fuser Cleaner when replacing the Toner Cartridge. Your TOSHIBA facsimile has...

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    Move the cartridge to the right forth. until the button on the left of the Developer Assembly clicks into place. NOTE: Only specified TOSHIBA Toner Cartridge. Remove the Strip Developer Assembly Strip Developer Assembly Holding the Developer Assem- Attach the Drum Unit to the De- bly with one hand, grasp the veloper Assembly.

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    Toner Cartridge Replacement - continued Replacing the Fuser Cleaner Press Down on the To maintain optimum print quali- Drum Unit ty, replace the Fuser Cleaner each time you replace the Toner Cartridge. Drum Unit CAUTION: The fuser’s interior can be very hot.

  • Page 33: Drum Unit Replacement

    Filter when replacing the Drum Handle it with care as shown Unit. below. Your TOSHIBA facsimile has Keep the Drum Unit within a been designed to display a two- temperature range of 0-35°C stage alert to replace the Drum (32-95°F) and a humidity...

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    Drum Unit Replacement - continued Attach the new Drum Install the Developer Unit to the Assembly with Drum Developer Assembly Unit Drum Unit Developer Assembly Attach the new Drum Unit to the Holding the Developer Assem- Developer Assembly. Position bly by the green handles, align the new Drum Unit with the the three shafts on the Devel- green drum surface facing the...

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    Drum Unit Replacement - continued Close the Top Cover Holding the Top Cover Release Lever, close the Top Cover, then release the Lever.

  • Page 36: Quick Start

    It is highly recommended that you take the time to read Enter your user ID (company through this manual to get the name) using the Keyboard (see most from your new TOSHIBA page 36) and Numeric Keypad, facsimile. press: INT. CODE? 1.ADD+...

  • Page 37: User Interface Operation

    - USER INTERFACE OPERATION Menu Operation Various functions of this fac- Keys Used in Menu Operation simile can be used by selecting menu items with the menu screen displayed in the LCD window. Performing operations or settings by selecting menu items selected is called “Menu Operation.”...

  • Page 38: Character Entry

    Character Entry When programming and regis- Keys Used in Character Entry tering the Autodialer numbers or names, you will need to enter al- phanumeric characters. This section helps you under- stand how to easily enter the characters. Provides the user inferface for entering alpha and special characters.

  • Page 39: Character Correction

    Character Entry - continued Character Correction Replacing Characters Using , position the cursor over the charac- ter to be corrected. NEW YOPK Enter the desired character. YORK Deleting Characters Using , position the cursor over the charac- ter to be deleted. NEWW YORK Delete the character by pressing...

  • Page 40: Initial Setup

    - INITIAL SETUP Initial Setting Summary This facsimile has many user Enter the initial settings. Configuration Menu For your convenience, a quick reference summary of all user initial settings are shown on the Press . The initial Menu right. Screen displays. Each of these initial setting is discussed in detail throughout 1.COMM.

  • Page 41: Language Selection

    Language Selection You can select the language Display the used on the LCD display and all LANGUAGE Menu reports printed by your facsimile. English, French, and Spanish are available. Highlight 1.LANGUAGE To display the SETUP menu, press: using press: 1.LANGUAGE 2.DATE &...

  • Page 42: Date And Time Setting

    Date and Time Setting This facsimile displays the cur- Display the DATE & rent date and time when in the TIME Menu Standby Mode. It also uses this time for maintaining internal list and reports. Follow the proce- Highlight dure to set the time and date. 2.DATE &...

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    Date and Time Setting - continued Select the Date Select the Month Format Format Select the date format for dis- Select the month format. play and print. (for NUMERIC, such as 01, 02, (for Month/Day/Year 4-digit) 03 ...) (for Day/Month/Year 4-digit) (for NAME, such as JAN, FEB, MAR ...) OPERATION COMPLETED...

  • Page 44: Terminal Id Setting

    Terminal ID Setting In compliance with FCC regula- Display the tions (see page 1), this facsimile TERMINAL ID Menu places your company’s name, facsimile telephone number and date & time on the top of all Highlight transmitted documents. This feature enables remote parties 3.TERMINAL ID to easily identify your docu- ments and the time of transmis-...

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    Terminal ID Setting - continued Select Another SETUP Item, or ... Then press: OPERATION COMPLETED Displayed for 2 seconds Returns to display the SETUP menu screen. After completing this Configura- tion Setting, you may continue to select other settings referring to their associated pages for in- structions, or press to exit the Configuration Setting...

  • Page 46: Dial Type Setting

    Dial Type Setting There are two types of dialing Display the DIAL modes: DP [Dial Pulse (Rotary)] TYPE Menu and MF [Multifrequency (touch tone)]. If your telephone emits tones when you are dialing, this Highlight usually indicates that you have a MF type line and no adjust- 4.DIAL TYPE ment is required.

  • Page 47: Device Configuration

    - DEVICE CONFIGURATION Configuration Summary This facsimile has many user Enter the Configuration Menu adjustable settings. Each of these configuration set- tings is discussed in detail throughout the remainder of this Press . The initial Menu section. Screen displays. Use the following procedures to access one or more of these 1.COMM.

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    Configuration Summary - continued Select the Desired Configuration Setting (01-16) - continued 11. DOCUMENT MODE - (Page 64) - Selects the default setting for the Resolution (Standard, Fine, U-Fine) and Contrast (Nor- mal, Darker, Lighter) for document scanning. 12. COLLATE COPY - (Page 65) - Enables or Disables* the Col- late Copy function.

  • Page 49: Bell Ringer Volume Adjustment

    Bell Ringer Volume Adjustment The telephone bell ringer vol- Display the RINGER ume can be adjusted using the VOLUME Menu following procedure. Press: The current setting is highlight- ed on the bottom row. SET RINGER VOLUME VOLUME =(0-7) 0 1 2 3 Enter the Desired Volume Value Enter the desired volume value...

  • Page 50: Alarm Tone Volume Adjustment

    Alarm Tone Volume Adjustment The alarm tone volume can be Display the ALARM adjusted using the following pro- VOLUME Menu cedure. Press: The current setting is highlight- ed on the bottom row. SET ALARM VOLUME VOLUME =(0-7) 0 1 2 Enter the Desired Volume Value Enter the desired volume value...

  • Page 51: Key Touch Tone Volume Adjustment

    Key Touch Tone Volume Adjustment The key touch tone volume can Display the KEY be adjusted using the following TOUCH VOLUME procedure. Menu Press: The current setting is highlight- ed on the bottom row. SET KEY TOUCH VOLUME VOLUME =(0-7) 0 1 2 3 Enter the Desired Volume Value...

  • Page 52: Monitor Volume Adjustment

    Monitor Volume Adjustment The line monitor volume can be Display the MONITOR adjusted using the following pro- VOLUME Menu cedure. Press: The current setting is highlight- ed on the bottom row. SET MONITOR VOLUME VOLUME =(0-7) 0 1 2 3 Enter the Desired Volume Value Enter the desired volume value...

  • Page 53: Power Saver Operation

    Power Saver Operation This function allows you to mini- Display the POWER mize power consumption by SAVER Menu turning power off to portions of the machine (as selected). the Power Saver function is ON, Press: a warm up period is needed be- fore printing occurs.

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    Power Saver Operation - continued Select the Printer Power Saver Function Enable or Disable the Printer PRINTER POWER SAVER Power Saver function. TIME PERIOD = 12:00AM-12:00AM (to set Printer Power Saver ON) (Example if the 12-hour format option is selected in DATE & TIME setting) When “OFF”...

  • Page 55: Setting Separator Page

    Setting Separator Page A Separator Page is a sheet automatically inserted between each received fax, copy, and/or PC print. This feature makes it easier to distinguish between individual receptions, copies and PC prints. NOTE: If you have already selected a Paper Tray for the Letter Head Paper setting, this function is not available.

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    Setting Separator Page - continued Select the PC Print Separator Page Option To turn ON PC Print Separator If any of FAX Separator Page, Page, press: Copy Separator Page, or PC Separator Page is set to ON and an Optional Recording Pa- per Tray is installed, following screen is displayed.

  • Page 57: Department Code Setting

    Department Code Setting Department Code operation is Display the used to monitor the facsimile’s DEPARTMENT CODE activity when shared between Menu multiple users or workgroups. Press: This feature is especially useful when billing departments based on machine usage. When Department Code opera- tion is enabled, access to the facsimile is restricted to 99 valid department code passwords.

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    Department Code Setting - continued Enter the Master Enter the Individual Department Code Department Code Password Address Enter a 5-digit Master Depart- After entering the Master De- ment Code Password using the partment Code password, the Dial Keypad. This password will facsimile will prompt for an Indi- be required to gain supervisor vidual Department Code ad-...

  • Page 59: Department Code Maintenance

    Department Code Maintenance The Department Code Mainte- Display the nance is used to cancel or DEPARTMENT change the Master or Individual CODE Menu Department Code. Press: This procedure can only be per- formed by a supervisor who possesses the Master Depart- ment Code Password.

  • Page 60: Account Codes

    Account Codes This feature provides valuable Display the Account Code tracking informa- ACCOUNT CODE tion for each facsimile transmis- Menu sion sent from the unit. Press: When a facsimile is transmitted, the account code number will be recorded on the Transmis- sion Journal.

  • Page 61: Print Density Setting

    Print Density Setting The print density for reception, Display the copy, PC printing, and report SET PRINT DENSITY printing can be set. Five density Menu levels are available from -2 (lighter print) to +2 (darker print). Press: SET PRINT DENSITY DENSITY(-2 TO +2)= LIGHTER -2 -1...

  • Page 62: Document Length Setting

    Document Length Setting This setting enables or disables Display the the DP120F/DP125F sending DOCUMENT LENGTH documents longer than 1 Meter Menu (39.4”). The default setting en- ables a 1 Meter (39.4”) limit. Press: DOCUMENT LENGTH 1.1m 2.UNLIMITED Select the Document...

  • Page 63: Line Monitor

    Line Monitor This function is used to set the Display the LINE speaker ON in order to monitor MONITOR Menu the dialing and connection por- tion of every transmission. This function is mainly used to Press: confirm dialing and phone line status.

  • Page 64: Receive Interval Setting

    Receive Interval Setting This function insures there will Display the RECEIVE be a period of time set aside to INTERVAL Menu receive incoming facsimiles dur- ing periods of heavy outgoing transmission activity. After ev- Press: ery fourth consecutive transmis- sion, this machine will wait 0 to 15 minutes to allow incoming facsimiles to be received (de- fault is 3 minutes).

  • Page 65: Ecm Default Setting

    ECM Default Setting ECM (Error Correction Mode) is Display the SET an internationally-recognized er- ECM Menu ror correction system. It enables error free communications by automatically re-sending Press: portion of the document affected by phone line noise or distor- tion. NOTES: •...

  • Page 66: Default Setting For Document Mode (resolution And Contrast)

    Default Setting for Document Mode (Resolution and Contrast) This setting will select the de- Display the fault setting whenever a docu- DOCUMENT MODE ment is set in the facsimile for Menu transmission. Manual settings (if selected for a particular docu- Press: ment) will take precedence over default settings.

  • Page 67: Collate Copy Setting

    Collate Copy Setting When copying documents, the COLLATE function may be selected. This function will sort multiple page copies into sets of correct-order pages. This setting establishes the default for the Collate Copy function. Collate Copy may, also, be set manually at the time the copy opera- tion is performed.

  • Page 68: Letter Head Paper Setting

    Letter Head Paper Reservation Setting This function allows you to re- Display the LETTER serve a particular Paper Tray for HEAD PAPER Menu use with PC printing or copying functions. Once selected, the paper in this tray cannot be Press: used for facsimile receptions (even if the other paper tray(s) becomes empty).

  • Page 69: Setting Redial (interval And Counter)

    MODE Menu automatically redial the number up to the number of attempts set by this procedure. In addition, Press: your DP120F/DP125F will try to redial every 1 minute by default. If desired, you may change these redial settings. Redial Counter The Redial Counter sets the number of redial attempts.

  • Page 70: Auto Receive Mode

    Auto Receive Mode This setting allows you select Display the AUTO Auto Manual reception. RECEIVE Menu When Auto is selected, your facsimile will automatically re- ceive the documents after a pre- Press: set ring delay. When Manual is selected, you need to answer the call to receive the docu- ments.

  • Page 71: Line-2 Operation

    Line-2 Operation If your facsimile is equipped Display the LINE-2 with the Line-2 Board, you can MODE Menu configure its operation as fol- lows. Press: LINE-2 MODE 1.TX & RX 2.RECEPTION ONLY 3.TIMER Configure Line-2 Enter the Start Time Operation and End Time Select “1.TX/RX”...

  • Page 72: Basic Functions

    BASIC FUNCTIONS - AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE DIALING Abbreviated Dialer Registration Once registered, 73 One Touch Display the TEL and 300 Abbreviated Dial Num- LIST ENTRY Menu bers will allow you to send docu- ments or make telephone calls to 373 frequently called numbers Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- without manually dialing the en- 73”...

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    Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued When a Preset ABB. Change the ABB. Information Dial Number is Active If the selected Abbreviated Dial You can cancel, modify, or re- Number has been previously tain Abbreviated Dial Numbers registered, the following infor- registered in this facsimile.

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    Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued Enter the Location Enter the Telephone Number ID Name Enter the telephone number you Enter the Location ID name of want to store (up to 128 digits). the remote party to be assigned to the current Abbreviated Dial Number.

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    Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued Select Communication Options (Advanced Setup) This setting will allow you to Select the specify one or more of the fol- Communication lowing Communication Options for the Abbreviated Dial Number Option you are registering. To select default settings, press: Delayed Communication Default=off Select to program a trans-...

  • Page 76

    Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued Select Communication Options - continued Transmission Report Line Monitor Speaker To request a Transmission Re- To enable/disable the facsimi- port automatically after sending le’s Line Monitor Speaker when documents using this Abbrevi- dialing this Abbreviated Dial ated Dial Number, select: Number, press: SET TX REPORT...

  • Page 77

    Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued Select Communication Options - continued Sub-Address Communication - continued 9g-1 9g-2 Select the Sub Complete the Address Comm. Sub-Address Comm. Options Options Setup If the remote party assigned to To complete Sub Address entry the Abbreviated Dial Number re- or skip this option, press: quires or provides a Sub Ad- dress to route or retrieve mes-...

  • Page 78

    Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued Select Communication Options - continued Select the Telephone Line If your facsimile is equipped with To allow the Line to be selected the Line 2 Board, you will be automatically, press: able to designate which phone line to use (Line 1 or Line 2) for this Abbreviated Dial Number by pressing:...

  • Page 79: One Touch Dialer Registration

    One Touch Dialer Registration This facsimile provides a total of Display the TEL 73 One Touch Dial keys. Keys 1 LIST ENTRY Menu to 49 are accessible with the Flip Panel in the “01-49” view. Keys 50 to 73 are accessible Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- with the Flip Panel in the “50-73”...

  • Page 80

    One Touch Dialer Registration - continued Change One Touch Information You can cancel or retain the Cancel the One Touch One Touch key once registered Assignment into the facsimile. • CANCEL To cancel (or delete) the One Deletes information Touch key assignment, press: stored in the selected One Touch key.

  • Page 81

    One Touch Dialer Registration - continued Enter the Telephone Number Enter the telephone number you number on the bottom row of want to store (up to 128 digits). the LCD display. If it is correct, press: ONE TOUCH= 2nd TEL NBR=(MAX128) NOTE: If your facsimile is connected to a PBX system, you may...

  • Page 82

    One Touch Dialer Registration - continued Select Communication Options - continued Complete the Option Delayed Setup Communications To designate a specific time at If you have completed the de- which operations using this One sired Communication Options Touch key will be dialed, press: setting for this One Touch key, select COMPLETE by pressing: DELAYED COMM.

  • Page 83

    One Touch Dialer Registration - continued Select Communication Options - continued Sub-Address Communication - continued Sub-Address Communications 9g-1 Select the Sub allow a variety of specialized Address Comm. facsimile communications. Options Sub-Address Transmission If the remote party assigned to Allows documents to be routed this One Touch key requires or through remote LAN-Fax de- provides a Sub Address to...

  • Page 84

    One Touch Dialer Registration - continued Select Communication Options - continued Sub-Address Select the Telephone Communication Line - continued If your facsimile is equipped with 9g-5 Select a PWD the 2nd Line Board, you will be Sub-Address able to designate which phone Communication line to use (Line 1 or Line 2) for this One Touch key by pressing:...

  • Page 85: Group Number Registration

    Group Number Registration You can send a document to Display the TEL multiple remote parties in a sin- LIST ENTRY Menu gle operation. This is referred to as Group Dialing or Multi-ad- dress Transmission. Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- 73”...

  • Page 86

    Group Number Registration - continued Cancel the Existing Modify the Existing Group Group To cancel the existing Group, To change the existing Group, press: press: (to CANCEL) (to MODIFY) Go to Step 5 for the Group Name entry. GROUP NBR ENTRY GROUP NBR= GROUP NBR= 0001...

  • Page 87

    Group Number Registration - continued Cancel the Group Enter a Remote Number Setting Station - continued Repeat this step until all of the To delete the existing remote required remote station ad- station from this group, press: dresses are entered. Then go to Step 8.

  • Page 88

    Group Number Registration - continued Assign a One Touch Key - continued To skip assigning this group to a If the selected One Touch key One Touch key, press: is already linked to or registered with any data, the following is displayed.

  • Page 89: Transmit Configuration

    To use a carrier sheet, lift the clear cover, place a single document sheet face-up Up to 20 sheets (Legal Size) on the paper sheet. Purchase carrier sheets from your TOSHIBA facsimile dealer Up to 50 sheets (Letter Size) or use a transparency with a paper backing attached at the lead edge.

  • Page 90: Document Loading

    Document Loading Remove Attached Place Document Pages on the Document Tray Items Document Face Side Remove any staples, paper Up to 50 sheets (Letter-size) clips, or other items from your can be loaded and sent at a document before feeding it into time.

  • Page 91: Scan Resolution Setting

    HALFTONE U-FINE HALFTONE (Ultra-Fine Halftone) For very detailed photos or When Ultra-Fine is selected, the DF120F/DP125F will scan all documents with colors or documents at 406 dots/inch horizontal x 391 lines/inch vertical. shading. Depending on the capabilities of the remote facsimile receiving...

  • Page 92: Contrast Setting

    Contrast Setting The Contrast Setting adjusts the Display the SET print darkness of the document CONTRAST Menu to be read. The contrast can be set to one Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- of the following settings. The 73” view to select the desired facsimile will return to the de- Function Key.

  • Page 93: Default Setting For Memory Transmission

    Default Setting for Memory Transmission Memory Transmission allows Display the Default your facsimile to quickly scan Setting Menu documents to memory and re- turn them to you. You do not have to wait for the transmission Press: to be completed. This increases productivity as others do not have to wait in line to send a facsimile.

  • Page 94: Send After Scan Default Setting

    Send After Scan Default Setting This feature enables you to de- Display the SEND termine whether dialing starts AFTER SCAN Menu while the machine is scanning the documents or after the ma- chine has scanned all docu- Press: ments in the Memory Send mode.

  • Page 95: Default Setting For Security Transmission

    Default Setting for Security Transmission This function allows transmis- Display the Default sions only when the number you Setting Menu dial matches the number pro- grammed in the remote facsimi- le. If the numbers do not match, Press: Security Transmission prevents your facsimile from sending by indicating a transmission error.

  • Page 96: Copying

    - COPYING Paper Size for Copying You can utilize the DP120F/DP125F as a convenient copier to make collated copies of original documents. The following are key points when making copies. Recording Paper Size The paper sizes usable with your fax unit are limited to Letter or Legal size. The received document is recorded (printed) within the Effective Recording Area of the paper.

  • Page 97: Copying Procedure

    Copying Procedure Load the Document Press the COPY Key Load the document face down Display the COPY menu by in the Document Tray (see page pressing: 88). Adjust the resolution and con- trast if desired (see page 89). MAY-17-00 WED11:49 1st Row: Enter the number of copies RESIDUAL MEMORY 100%...

  • Page 98

    Copying Procedure - continued Select the Reduction Select the Collating Option Option Use the following keys to move Use the following keys to select to the third row to select the Re- the Collate option ON or OFF. duction option. Example: COLLATE ON is selected.

  • Page 99: Dialing Methods

    - DIALING METHODS Your TOSHIBA facsimile pro- One Touch Key Dialing vides various dialing methods. If you have programmed a re- One Touch Dialing mote party’s facsimile number Dials remote locations with to a One Touch key, you can the touch of a single key.

  • Page 100: Abbreviated Dialing

    Abbreviated Dialing Once an Abbreviated Dial Num- Press the SPEED ber is programmed with a valid DIAL Key remote facsimile location, that location can be accessed by re- calling the corresponding Abbre- Press: viated Dial Number. The document must be loaded and the resolution and contrast set before a transmission using Abbreviated Dialing (see page...

  • Page 101: Alphabet Dialing

    Alphabet Dialing “Alphabet Dialing” is used to dial Press the SPEED the desired party by searching DIAL Key for the name of the registered Location ID name in the Abbre- viated Dial, One Touch Dial and Press: Group Dial List. The document must be loaded and the resolution and contrast set before a transmission using...

  • Page 102: Keypad Dialing

    Keypad Dialing If you have not preset the tele- Enter the Facsimile phone number of the destination Number facsimile to an Abbreviated Dial Number or One Touch key, you can dial your destination by en- Enter the facsimile number of tering the number from the Dial the desired party.

  • Page 103: Transmitting

    In effort to minimize Memory Full conditions, this facsimile is equipped with TOSHIBA’s Memory Release. Once scanning a document is started, the facsimile will dial, connect and start transmission to the remote location. In the event the Memory becomes full, Memory Release will hold originals in the ADF until the pages already stored into memory are successfully transmitted.

  • Page 104: Memory Transmission Procedure

    Memory Transmission - continued Memory Transmission Procedure Load the Document Dial the Facsimile Number Load the document face down Dial the facsimile number of the in the Document Tray (see page remote party using any of the 88). four dialing methods. Adjust the resolution and con- •...

  • Page 105: Direct Transmission

    Direct Transmission Direct Transmission is used if Direct Transmission as Default Setting there is not enough residual memory or when a large num- ber of document pages are to be sent, etc. Load the Document This mode is also useful if the operator wishes to visually con- firm the actual transmission of the document to the remote par-...

  • Page 106

    Direct Transmission - continued Direct Transmission as Default Setting - continued Send the Document Complete the Transmission The transmission starts as the When the communication is document is scanned. complete, LINE lamp turns off and the facsimile returns to the The page number being sent is Standby Mode.

  • Page 107: Temporary Direct Transmission

    Direct Transmission - continued Temporary Direct Transmission Even if the Memory Transmis- Load the Document sion Mode is selected as the de- fault, you may desire to transmit a specific document directly from the Automatic Document Load the document face down Feeder.

  • Page 108: On-hook Transmission (monitor Speaker Dialing)

    Direct Transmission - continued On-hook Transmission (Monitor Speaker Dialing) You can send your documents Load the Document with On-hook Dialing using the monitor speaker to confirm the answering tone from the remote party’s facsimile. Load the document face down in the Document Tray (see page 88).

  • Page 109: Off-hook Transmission (optional Handset Dialing)

    Direct Transmission - continued Off-hook Transmission (Optional Handset Dialing) This procedure may be useful Load the Document when you want to talk with a remote party using the optional handset of the facsimile before sending a document. Load the document face down in the Document Tray (see page 88).

  • Page 110

    Direct Transmission - continued Off-hook Transmission (Optional Handset Dialing) - continued Press the START When you hear the answering tone, press . If the remote party answers the phone, you can inform the re- mote party that you wish to send a document.

  • Page 111: External Off-hook Transmission (transmission Using An External Telephone)

    Direct Transmission - continued External Off-hook Transmission (Transmission Using an External Telephone) This procedure may be useful Load the Document when you want to talk with a re- mote party before sending a document. A telephone set must be connected to the “TEL” con- Load the document face down nector.

  • Page 112: Redialing

    Redialing Automatic Redialing Manual Redialing Direct Transmission When the line of the remote This function enables you to re- party is busy, the facsimile will dial the number last dialed us- automatically redial the remote ing this facsimile to transmit a party up to the set number of document.

  • Page 113: Manual Redialing Jobs In Memory

    Redialing - continued Manual Redialing Jobs in Memory This function enables you to Press the REDIAL transmit a document after select- ing it from the jobs reserved in memory waiting to be redialed. Press: NOTE: If you are using Department Codes, the initiating Depart- ment Code must match for this operation to work.

  • Page 114: Receiving

    - RECEIVING Automatic Manual Receiving Mode Receiving Mode “Auto Reception” is the ability of “Manual Reception” allows you the facsimile to receive docu- to use the facsimile as a tele- ments sent to your facsimile au- phone (talking function) first and tomatically.

  • Page 115: Recording Paper Size

    If the lower part of the original exceeds the recording paper by 13 mm or less, the image will be automatically discarded. This predetermined dimension is a service function setting. Contact your Toshiba dealer for the setup. • If the “RX REDUCTION” function is “OFF”, the larger original will be recorded on two or more sheets.

  • Page 116: Reception Discard Setting

    Reception Discard Setting This function allows up to 13 Display the mm* of the lower portion of the DISCARD Menu document to be discarded, if the document is larger than the re- cording paper. Press: To change this dimension, contact your service repre- sentative.

  • Page 117: Reverse Order Printing Setting

    Reverse Order Printing Setting This function receives the entire Display the facsimile document into memory REVERSE ORDER and then prints the document in PRINT Menu reverse order. In this way, the pages of the document will be in Press: correct order. REVERSE ORDER PRINT 1.ON 2.OFF...

  • Page 118: Reception Multicopy Setting

    Reception Multicopy Setting The DP120F/DP125F can print Display the RX multiple copies of the same re- MULTI COPY Menu ceived document automatically. You may select REVERSE OR- Press: DER PRINT to collate the re- ceived document. RX MULTI COPY COPY NUMBER=(01-99)

  • Page 119: Telephone Handset Operation (optional)

    If the optional handset is in- On-hook Dialing stalled, you can make a tele- phone call using your DP120F/ Press the MONITOR DP125F just like an ordinary telephone. Without loading any document on the Document Tray, press: The message “ON HOOK” is displayed, and you hear the dial tone through the speaker.

  • Page 120: Tone Output

    Tone Output Redialing This function is for utilizing vari- When the number you dialed is ous information services via the busy, or you want to redial the telephone. last number you dialed, you can recall the last number dialed us- Even when the dial type of your facsimile is set to DP (Dial Pulse) type, the facsimile can...

  • Page 121: Communication Status

    - COMMUNICATION STATUS Current Job Status The job being processed can be Press the JOB STATUS Key monitored via the LCD. You can cancel the job if necessary. NOTES: In the Standby Mode, press: • When no communication job is being processed, only the number of re- served jobs is displayed The status of the line in use is...

  • Page 122: Display & Print Transmission Report

    Display & Print Transmission Report You can display the last 150 Display the PREVIEW transmissions on the LCD. TX REPORT Menu You can also print out the report of the displayed job. With the Standby Mode screen displayed, select the direct func- tion access view on the opera- tion panel.

  • Page 123: Cancelling A Communication Job

    - CANCELLING A COMMUNICATION JOB Cancelling a Direct Transmission A Document is Press the STOP Key Being Transmitted A screen such as the one below Press: is displayed while a document is being transmitted in the Di- rect Transmission Mode. TRANSMIT P001 CANCEL ? FILE NBR =001...

  • Page 124

    Cancelling a Job Reservation - continued Select the Job Type Cancel a Reception Select the desired job type. To cancel a reception, use the following keys to select the tele- phone line to stop the reception. Go to Step 6. NOTE: If Line 2 is also in use for receiving, the Line 2 status...

  • Page 125: Advanced Functions

    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS - MULTI-ADDRESS TRANSMISSION (BROADCASTING) Group Broadcast Transmission The Group Broadcast Transmis- Load the Document sion feature allows you to send a document to multiple remote parties in a single operation. Load the document face down Note that a Group Broadcast in the Document Tray (see page Transmission requires all pages 88).

  • Page 126: Multi-key Quick Broadcast Transmission

    Multi-Key Quick Broadcast Transmission The Multi-Key Quick Broadcast Load the Document Transmission allows documents to be sent to a combination of the following numbers without pre-programming a group. Load the document face down in the Document Tray (see page • Abbreviated Dial Numbers 88).

  • Page 127

    Multi-Key Quick Broadcast Transmission - continued Select the CANCEL or MODIFY Facsimile Number You can cancel or modify the Cancel the Existing Manual Group Dial Number reg- Number istered in this facsimile. Select the number you want to To cancel the existing number, delete or modify using press: , and press:...

  • Page 128: Relay Transmission

    TOSHIBA dealer for detailed instructions. How to Setup a Relay Transmission: • Hub Station Create a Relay Box within a hub unit (like the DP120F/DP125F) by following the procedures beginning on page 127. End Station Group (stations to finally re-...

  • Page 129: Setting Up A Relay Box

    Box as the End Station. • Originator Transmit a document to the hub unit from an ITU-T relay compatible remote facsimile (like the DP120F/DP125F) with the procedures beginning on page 134. Setting Up a Relay Box This section describes the pro-...

  • Page 130

    Setting Up a Relay Box - continued Select BOX SETUP Select the RELAY Select “2.BOX SETUP” by Select “3.RELAY” by pressing: pressing: TYPE OF BOX ENTER NEW BOX NBR 1.CONFIDENTIAL TYPE 2.BULLETIN BRD TYPE BOX NUMBER =(MAX20) 3.RELAY Enter the Box Select the Password Number Option...

  • Page 131

    Setting Up a Relay Box - continued Enter the End Station Repeat this step until all of the Enter the One Touch required end station are en- Key of End Station tered. Then go to Step 9. If an end station is assigned to a One Touch Key, press: Example: One Touch Key 35.

  • Page 132

    Setting Up a Relay Box - continued Enter the End Station - continued Enter the Group Cancel or Retain the Number of End Station Existing Station - continued Then press: If the End Station (One Touch Key, Abbreviated Dial Number or Groups Number) designated in Step 8a, 8b or 8c have al- ready been entered under the...

  • Page 133

    Setting Up a Relay Box - continued Enter the Number to send the Transmission Result - continued Enter the Number using the Abbreviated Dial Enter the Number Number using the One Touch Press the desired One Touch Press the desired Abbreviated Key.

  • Page 134: Deleting A Relay Box

    Deleting a Relay Box This section describes the proce- Display the MAILBOX dures to delete an existing Relay Menu Box in a DP120F/DP125F hub unit. Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- 73” view to select the desired Function Key.

  • Page 135

    Deleting a Relay Box - continued Enter the Password Complete the Procedure Enter the Password (max. 20). The following screen is dis- played to indicate that the can- cellation is accepted. CANCELLED ENTER PASSWORD PASSWORD =(MAX20) ****** Then press: NOTE: Make sure that the correct password is entered.

  • Page 136: Relay Transmission To A Remote Hub

    Relay Transmission to a Remote Hub This section describes the pro- Load the Document cedures to send a document to Relay Box in a remote hub unit. The remote hub unit must be compliant with ITU-T F-code Load the document face down communications.

  • Page 137

    Relay Transmission to a Remote Hub - continued Enter the Box Enter the Password Number for Reservation If the remote hub unit has a Enter the password to access the Relay Box. password programmed, press: Go to Step 6. If the remote hub unit does not have a password programmed, press: Then press:...

  • Page 138: Polling & Mailbox Communications

    Polling Reservation allows documents to be stored in the DP120F/ and polled by other facsimiles DP125F so that other facsimile machines can remotely retrieve (with polling capabilities to re- (Poll) those documents. Following types of polling reservations are...

  • Page 139: Open Mailbox (itu-t Compatible)

    The DP120F/DP125F is a hub unit that has document storage capabilities so that ITU-T F- Code compliant remote units can retrieve documents from the DP120F/DP125F. Prior to utilizing Open Mailbox, mailboxes must be created in the DP120F/DP125F.

  • Page 140: Simple & Security Polling Reservation

    Simple & Security Polling Reservation This procedure allows Load the Document DP120F/DP125F to send a doc- ument to another remote fac- simile when requested. In addi- tion, documents can be protect- Load the document face down ed from unauthorized remote...

  • Page 141

    Select this option to use a 4- tered code is displayed as an digit Security Code with asterisk. TOSHIBA facsimiles only. Go to Step 6a. POLLING RESERVE 3. TEL NO. SECURITY CODE = Select this option to use the telephone number of the polling (remote) facsimile’s...

  • Page 142: Public Mailbox Polling Reservation

    Public Mailbox Polling Reservation Public Mailbox is a feature used Load the Document to store a document in memory so that multiple remote parties may poll to receive it at any time. No Security Codes are Load the document face down used with this feature.

  • Page 143: Simple & Secure Polling

    POLLING Menu simile. If the remote facsimile is a Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- TOSHIBA facsimile and a 4-digit 73” view to select the desired security code is programmed to Function Key. the document to be polled, you...

  • Page 144

    Simple & Secure Polling - continued Enter the Security Complete the Code Procedure Enter the 4-digit security code The facsimile will dial the re- for the document to be re- mote facsimile to retrieve the trieved. document. When the operation complete, screen is displayed for about 2 seconds and your documents...

  • Page 145: Multi Address Polling

    Multi Address Polling In a Multi Polling operation, the Display the documents are retrieved from POLLING Menu multiple remote facsimiles using pre-programmed groups, One Touch Keys, Abbreviated Dial Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- Numbers, Alphabet Dial, or from 73”...

  • Page 146

    MULTI POLLING SECURITY CODE ? 1.YES 2.NO If the remote facsimile is a TOSHIBA facsimile and a 4-digit security code is programmed to POLLING the document to be polled, se- lect “1. YES” by pressing: SECURITY CODE = When the 4-digit security code Go to Step 6.

  • Page 147: Continuous Polling

    Continuous Polling Use this procedure to poll the Display the same remote facsimile(s) on a POLLING Menu regular schedule. Continuous Polling operations can be pro- grammed for specific time inter- Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- vals on the days selected. In ad- 73”...

  • Page 148

    Enter the 4-digit security code locations have been entered in for the document to be re- Step 6, press: trieved. If the remote facsimile is a TOSHIBA facsimile and a 4- digit security code pro- grammed to the document to be polled, go to Step 8.

  • Page 149: Turnaround Polling

    TURNAROUND POLL SECURITY CODE ? 1.YES 2.NO If the remote facsimile is a TOSHIBA facsimile and a 4-digit security code is assigned to the document to be polled, select “1. YES” by pressing: Go to Step 5. If the remote facsimile is not a TOSHIBA facsimile or no secu- rity Codes are in use, select “2.

  • Page 150

    Turnaround Polling - continued Enter the Security Dial the Number of Code Remote Facsimile Enter the 4-digit security code Enter the number of the remote for the document to be re- facsimile using any of the follow- trieved. ing dialing methods. •...

  • Page 151: Mailbox (itu-t Compatible)

    DP120F/DP125F hub unit. Using this function, all ITU-T F-code compliant facsimiles can reserve, transmit, or retrieve documents to and from the DP120F/DP125F. Mailboxes must be setup prior to utilizing the DP120F/DP125F as an Mailbox Hub. For more informa- tion, see page 137. Two Types of Mailboxes are available.

  • Page 152

    Setting Up a Mailbox - continued Select the Mailbox Enter the Box Type Number Select the desired type of Mail- Enter the Mailbox number (max. box. 20 digits). To select the Confidential Box, press: To select the Bulletin Board Box, press: Then press: ENTER NEW BOX NBR PROGRAM PASSWORD?

  • Page 153: Deleting A Mailbox

    Deleting a Mailbox This section describes the pro- Display the MAILBOX cedures to delete an existing Menu Mailbox in a DP120F/DP125F hub unit. Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- NOTE: 73” view to select the desired If a document exists in the Function Key.

  • Page 154

    Deleting a Mailbox - continued Enter the Password Complete the Procedure Enter the Password (max. 20). The following screen is dis- played to indicate that the can- cellation is accepted. CANCELLED ENTER PASSWORD PASSWORD =(MAX20) ****** Then press: NOTE: Make sure that the correct password is entered.

  • Page 155: Sending A Document To A Mailbox (remote Hub)

    Sending a Document to a Mailbox (Remote Hub) This section describes the pro- Load the Document cedures to send a document to a remote hub unit’s Confidential Box, or reserving a document to a Bulletin Board Box in a remote Load the document face down hub unit.

  • Page 156

    Sending a Document to a Mailbox (Remote Hub) - continued Enter the Box Enter the Password Number for Reservation Enter the Box Number (max. 20 Enter the password to access the Bulletin Board Box. digits). Then press: Then press: If you are sending to a Confi- dential Box, go to Step 7.

  • Page 157: Reserving A Document To A Mailbox (local Hub)

    Reserving a Document to a Mailbox (Local Hub) This section describes the pro- Load the Document cedure to reserve a document to the DP120F/DP125F’s Confi- dential Box or Bulletin Board Box. Load the document face down in the Document Tray (see NOTE: page 88).

  • Page 158

    Reserving a Document to a Mailbox (Local Hub) - continued Enter the Box Enter the Password Number for Reservation Enter the password to access Enter the Box Number (max. 20 digits). the Bulletin Board Box. Then press: INPUT(BULLETIN BRD) PASSWORD =(MAX20) **** If you are reserving to a Confi- dential Box, go to Step 7.

  • Page 159: Retrieving (polling) A Document From A Mailbox (remote Hub)

    Retrieving (Polling) a Document from a Mailbox (Remote Hub) This section describes the pro- Display the cedure to retrieve a document MAILBOX Menu from a Confidential Box or Bulle- tin Board Box in a remote hub unit. Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- 73”...

  • Page 160

    Retrieving a Document from a Mailbox (Remote Hub) - continued Enter the Password Dial the Remote Hub Unit Enter the password to access Enter the facsimile number of the Confidential Box. the remote hub unit using any of the following dialing meth- ods.

  • Page 161: Printing A Document From A Mailbox (local Hub)

    Printing a Document from a Mailbox (Local Hub) This section describes the pro- Display the cedure to retrieve a document MAILBOX Menu from a local DP120F/DP125F’s Confidential Bulletin Board Box. For more informa- Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- tion, see page 149.

  • Page 162

    Printing a Document from a Mailbox (Local Hub) - continued Enter the Password Complete the Procedure Enter the password to access The facsimile starts printing the the Confidential Box. document. The following screen is displayed during the printing sequence before returning to the Standby Mode.

  • Page 163: Cancelling Documents In A Mailbox (local Hub)

    Display the cedure to cancel the docu- MAILBOX Menu ments stored in the DP120F/ DP125F. This operation will erase all existing documents in Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- each Mailbox, but not erase the 73” view to select the desired Mailbox itself.

  • Page 164

    Cancelling Documents in a Mailbox (Local Hub) - continued Enter the Password Complete the Procedure Enter the password to access The facsimile will display the fol- Confidential Box. lowing screen for approximately 2 seconds before returning to the Standby Mode. CANCELLED CANCEL(CONFIDENTIAL) PASSWORD =(MAX20)

  • Page 165: Advanced Transmission Functions

    - ADVANCED TRANSMISSION FUNCTIONS Department Code Access This procedure assumes that DEPT CODE you have selected and config- Standby Menu ured the Department Codes on pages 55 and 56 of this manual. The Department Code Standby Once selected, the use of the menu is shown below.

  • Page 166: Account Code Entry

    Account Code Entry This procedure assumes that Load the Document you have enabled the Account Code option on page 58 of this manual. Load the document face down Once enabled, the facsimile will in the Document Tray (see page prompt for an Account Code 88).

  • Page 167: Cover Sheet Registration

    Cover Sheet Registration This function enables the at- Display the COVER tachment of a cover sheet to the SHEET Menu document being transmitted. Prior to selecting this function Press: for the first time, you may wish to prepare a Cover Sheet image (Logo) to be used on the cover sheet.

  • Page 168: Chain Dialing

    Chain Dialing This allows you to dial tele- Load the Document phone/facsimile numbers that may require many digits with pauses for voice prompts or variations in number sequences Load the document face down such as long distance access in the Document Tray (see page codes, or specialized access 88).

  • Page 169: Tti (transmit Terminal Id) Print

    Each page of the document is printed with a page number followed by the total number of pages in the document (e.g. 001/003 means the first page of three total pages). • File Number Each document sent from memory is assigned a file number. This file number is used by the DP120F/DP125F to assist you in managing multiple document jobs. Date Transmission...

  • Page 170: Setting Recovery Transmission

    TTI - continued Setting Recovery Transmission Recovery Transmission allows Select the TTI Print the operator to re-transmit a Option document after tially specified number of redial attempts. Select the TTI Print option. If the Recovery Transmission is To select INSIDE, press: set to ON, the document is stored in memory for a specified length of time.

  • Page 171: Sending Recovery Transmission

    If TRANSMIT Menu recovery transmission is set to ON, the document is stored in Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- the DP120F/DP125F for resend- 73” view to select the desired ing. Function Key. Press:...

  • Page 172

    Sending Recovery Transmission - continued Select the Cancel Option To delete the selected docu- ment stored resending, press: To retain the selected document stored for resending, press: DELETED FILE NBR =...

  • Page 173: Pin Mask

    Load the document face down after dialing the destination fac- in the Document Tray (see simile number. page 88). The Toshiba DP120F/DP125F Adjust the resolution and con- faciliates the telephone PBX trast if desired (see page 89). system by masking the PIN en- tered with a “$”...

  • Page 174: Disabling Ecm Temporarily

    Disabling ECM Temporarily If the ECM default setting is set Display the SET to ON, it is always effective for ECM Menu communications on your facsim- ile. Press: You can turn ECM OFF for a single transmission using this procedure. The facsimile will au- tomatically return to its default status immediately after that transmission is complete.

  • Page 175: Advanced Reception Functions

    Display the simile from receiving docu- PRIVILEGED RX ments from unknown parties. Menu Transmissions to the DP120F/ DP125F are only possible when Press: the sending facsimile’s terminal identification or telephone num- ber match those assigned to the Abbreviated Dial Numbers or One Touch Dial Keys on your facsimile.

  • Page 176: Rti (remote Terminal Id) Print

    RTI (Remote Terminal ID) Print To clearly identify the time, date, and page count of your facsimile receptions, the DP120F/DP125F is able to print a Reception Footer (RTI) on received documents using the DP120F/DP125F’s internal clock. RECEIVED 05-17-2000 10:00 FROM-+81425887449...

  • Page 177: Memory Reception Setting

    Memory Reception Setting When the printer becomes unavailable during a document recep- tion, due to a recording paper jam, toner empty or other error condi- tion, this facsimile backs up the received data by storing it in memory. Once the document is stored in memory, the message “Memory Reception”...

  • Page 178: Secure Reception Access Code Setting

    Secure Reception Access Code Setting There are occasions when you Display the SECURE may wish to secure access to RX Menu incoming documents. Secure RX allows you to receive docu- ments to memory until a security Press: code is entered. This ensures that only users with the correct security code...

  • Page 179: Secure Rx Activation Period Setting

    This section describes the pro- Enter a New cedure to setup the DP120F/ Security Code DP125F to automatically acti- vate Secure RX during a speci- fied time period. Prior to setting Enter your new 4-digit security this option, you must have a se- code.

  • Page 180

    Secure RX Activation Period Setting - continued Activate the Enter the Start and Automatic Secure RX End Time To activate automatic Secure Enter the time period (start time RX during a specified time pe- and end time) subject to auto- riod, press: matic activation using the fol- lowing keys.

  • Page 181: Secure Rx Manual Activation

    Secure RX Manual Activation This section describes the pro- Display the SECURE cedure to manually activate Se- RX Menu cure RX. Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- NOTES: 73” view to select the desired In order to manually activate Function Key.

  • Page 182: Secure Rx Print

    The screen below is displayed for 2 seconds to indicate that Secure RX Print is selected. If there are any received docu- ments in memory, the DP120F/ DP125F will print the docu- ments automatically upon se- lecting Secure RX Print. OPERATION COMPLETED...

  • Page 183: Transmission Options

    - TRANSMISSION OPTIONS Delayed Communication (Time Designation) This function is available to re- Load the Document serve a document for transmis- sion at a programmed time. This function is convenient for - TRANSMISSION OPTIONS Load the document face down making use of non-peak dis- in the Document Tray (see page count telephone rates for do- 88).

  • Page 184: Communication Report Print

    Display the TX Select the Option REPORT Menu Press: To set the DP120F/DP125F to always print a communication report in any condition, press: To set the DP120F/DP125F to TX REPORT only print a communication re- 1.ALWAYS...

  • Page 185: Priority Transmission

    Priority Transmission Priority Transmission permits Load the Document you to execute a transmission before any other reserved trans- mission job. Load the document face down in the Document Tray (see NOTES: page 88). • Priority reservation good for a Single Trans- Adjust the resolution and con- mission only.

  • Page 186: Low Speed Transmission

    Low Speed Transmission If communication errors fre- Load the Document quently occur while transmitting documents due to bad line con- ditions, we recommend you to select lower transmission Load the document face down speed to enable quality trans- in the Document Tray (see page missions.

  • Page 187: Dialing With Sub-address

    Dialing with Sub-Address This function attaches a sub-ad- Load the Document dress to the standard destina- tion address in the event the re- mote party requires one. Load the document face down Three types of sub-addresses in the Document Tray (see page can be used (SUB, SEP, and 88).

  • Page 188

    Dialing with Sub-Address - continued Enter the SEP Enter the PWD Address Enter the required SEP address Enter the required PWD (max. (max. 20 digits), then press: 20 digits), then press: display returns display screen at the bottom of Step 2. screen at the bottom of Step 2.

  • Page 189: Attaching Or Printing A Cover Sheet

    Attaching or Printing a Cover Sheet This function attaches a cover Load the Document sheet to the document to be transmitted or prints the cover sheet for confirmation purposes. Prior to using this cover sheet Load the document face down feature, the Cover Sheet func- in the Document Tray (see page tion must be set to ON.

  • Page 190

    Attaching or Printing a Cover Sheet - continued Enter the Sender’s Enter the Facsimile Name Number Enter your name. Enter the number of the remote facsimile using any of the follow- See page 37 for more informa- ing dialing methods. tion on Character Entry.

  • Page 191: Line Selection

    Line Selection This option allows you to select Load the Document the phone line to be used for a transmission if this facsimile is equipped with the 2nd Line Board. Load the document face down in the Document Tray (see page You can activate this option 88).

  • Page 192: Enabling Or Disabling Send After Scan Temporarily

    With Send After Scan set to NO (off), your DP120F/DP125F will MAY-17-00 WED11:13 begin dialing after the first page RESIDUAL MEMORY 100% is scanned to memory.

  • Page 193

    Enabling or Disabling Send After Scan Temporarily - contined Select the Memory Enter the Facsimile Full Option Number Select the desired Memory Full Enter the number of the remote Option. facsimile using any of the fol- lowing dialing methods. To delete the pages being scanned, press: •...

  • Page 194: Setting The Page Count

    Setting the Page Count When this function is set to ON, Load the Document the designated number of pages will be printed at the top of the recording paper at the remote station. This function is effective Load the document face down for a Direct Document Trans- in the Document Tray (see page mission only.

  • Page 195: Line Monitor

    Line Monitor This function is used to set the Load the Document facsimile’s speaker ON in order to monitor the phone line for one communication only. This func- tion is mainly used to confirm di- Load the document face down aling and phone line status.

  • Page 196: Security Transmission

    Security Transmission This function prevents your fac- Load the Document simile from sending to an incor- rectly dialed phone. With this function set ON, the dialed num- ber will be checked against the Load the document face down remote facsimile’s programmed in the Document Tray (see Transmit Terminal ID (TTI).

  • Page 197: Lists And Reports

    DP120F/DP125F. • Relay Station Reception When the DP120F/DP125F is setup as a relay hub and receives a relay transmission from an originator, a reception list is printed. Reception Journal Settings Display the JOURNAL Menu must be pressed.

  • Page 198

    Reception Journal Settings - continued MANUAL OUTPUT Options Select the desired option. After completing the Reception Journal Setting, you may con- To print both TX and RX Jour- tinue to select other Report set- tings referring to their associ- nal when is used, ated pages for instruction, or press:...

  • Page 199: Direct Transmission Report Setting

    Direct Transmission Report Setting Display the SET TX Select the Option for REPORT Menu Direct Transmissions Press: Select the desired printing option for non-memory, direct transmis- sions. To ALWAYS print a Transmis- sion Report whenever a docu- ment is transmitted, press: To only print a Transmission Re- port when an error has occurred, press:...

  • Page 200: Memory Transmission Report Setting

    Memory Transmission Report Setting Display the Select the Option for MEMORY-TX Memory TX REPORT Menu Press: Select the desired printing option for single location memory trans- missions. To ALWAYS print a Transmis- sion Report whenever a docu- ment is transmitted, press: To only print a Transmission Re- port when an error has occurred, press:...

  • Page 201: Multi-address Transmission Report Setting

    Multi-Address Transmission Report Setting Display the Select the Option for MULTI-ADD Multi-Address TX REPORT Menu Press: Select the desired option for Multi-address Transmission Re- ports. To ALWAYS print a Transmis- sion Report whenever a docu- ment is transmitted, press: To only print a Transmission Re- port when an error has occurred, press: To turn off automatic printing of...

  • Page 202: Multi-polling Report Setting

    Multi-Polling Report Setting Display the Multi-polling Report Options MULTI POLL REPORT Menu Press: Select the desired option for Multi-polling Reports. To ALWAYS print a report whenever a document is trans- mitted, press: To only print a report when an error has occurred, press: To turn OFF automatic printing of this report, press: The following screen is dis-...

  • Page 203: Relay Originator Report Setting

    Relay trans- mission is sent. NOTE: This is only applicable if the DP120F/DP125F is used as an Originator for a relay trans- mission (see page 134). To ALWAYS print a report when- ever a document is transmitted,...

  • Page 204: Relay Station Transmission Report Setting

    STN. REPORT Menu Relay Hub Station Press: Select the option to print a re- port when the DP120F/DP125F is used as a relay hub station. This report is printed by the hub unit after a relay transmission to end terminals.

  • Page 205: Relay Destination Report Setting

    Press: Select the desired option to send a Relay result report to the Originator terminal when this DP120F/DP125F is the hub unit used in a relay transmission. This is only applicable if the DP120F/DP125F is used as a Hub unit for the relay transmis- sion.

  • Page 206: Reception List Settings

    Reception List Settings Display the Select the Job for RECEPTION LIST Reception List Menu Press: Select the desired option. To select the LOCAL MAIL- BOX, press: Go to Step 3. To select the REMOTE MAIL- BOX, press: Go to Step 4. To select the RELAY, press: 01.LOCAL MAILBOX 02.REMOTE MAILBOX...

  • Page 207: List And Report Print Format And Printing Procedure

    - LIST AND REPORT PRINT FORMAT AND PRINTING PROCEDURE Transmission/Reception Journal (Communication Journal) “TO” is replaced with “FROM” in a RECEPTION JOURNAL Machine Counter Information List/Report Name TRANSMISSION JOURNAL NBR. FILE NBR DATE TIME DURATION PGS MAY-17 14:01 59/59 Date and Time the communication Remote Station’s Serial No.

  • Page 208

    Transmission/Reception Journal (Communication Journal) - continued Manual Print Display the PRINT Printing will start when NUMBER Menu is pressed with no document loaded Turn the Flip Panel to the “50- Document Tray. 73” view to select the desired Function Key. Press: PRINT NUMBER 1.1-50...

  • Page 209: Transmission Report

    Transmission Report TRANSMISSION REPORT NBR. FILE NBR DATE TIME DURATION PGS MAY-17 14:01 00/58 The print format is the same as that for the Transmission Journal on the preceding page except that the record of the only last transmission job is issued in a Transmission Report. PAGE : 001 TIME...

  • Page 210: Memory Transmission Report

    Memory Transmission Report MEMORY TRANSMISSION REPORT FILE NUMBER DATE MAY-17 14:18 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST DOCUMENT PAGES START TIME MAY-17 14:20 END TIME MAY-17 14:23 SENT PAGES STATUS PAGE : 001 TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER1 : 12345678901234567890 TEL NUMBER2 : 12345678901234567890 NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 File Number of the transmission job...

  • Page 211: Reservation List

    Reservation List RESERVATION LIST TX/RX FILE NBR FUNCTION MULTI TX POLLING RX RELAY STATION MULTIPOLLING POLLING/FAX MAILBOX FILE NBR FUNCTION POLLING RECOVERY TX FILE NBR FUNCTION SINGLE TX MAY-15 PC JOB FILE NBR FUNCTION Type of communication File Number of the Number of Pages communication PAGE...

  • Page 212: Multi-address Transmission Report

    Multi-Address Transmission Report MULTI TRANSMISSION REPORT FILE NUMBER DATE MAY-17 14:18 DOCUMENT PAGES START TIME MAY-17 10:56 END TIME MAY-17 14:18 (RECOVERY TIME:MAY-17 14:18) SUCCESSFUL GROUP NUMBER 0001 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST ONE TOUCH NUMBER TSRQRPONMLKJIHGFEDCBA TEL NUMBER 12345678901234567890 UNSUCCESSFUL SENT PAGES GROUP NUMBER 0002 AABBCCDDEEFFGGHHIIJJ Receiver where an error occurred...

  • Page 213: Multi-polling Report

    Multi-Polling Report MULTI POLLING REPORT FILE NUMBER DATE MAY-17 14:18 DOCUMENT PAGES START TIME MAY-17 10:56 END TIME MAY-17 14:18 SUCCESSFUL GROUP NUMBER 0001 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST ABB. NUMBER HONG KONG OFFICE TEL NUMBER 1234567890123456789 UNSUCCESSFUL PAGES GROUP NUMBER 0002 AABBCCDDEEFFGGHHIIJJ Receiver where an error occurred SENT PAGES ...

  • Page 214: Relay Transmission Originator Report

    Relay Transmission Originator Report RELAY TX ORIGINATOR TERMINAL REPORT FILE NUMBER DATE MAY-17 10:55 DOCUMENT PAGES START TIME MAY-17 10:56 END TIME MAY-17 14:18 SUCCESSFUL GROUP NUMBER 0012 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST UNSUCCESSFUL GROUP NUMBER 0014 AABBCCDDEEFFGGHHIIJJ Each Relay Group to which the Relay Transmission was not completed SENT PAGES ...

  • Page 215: Relay Transmission Relay Station Report

    Relay Transmission Relay Station Report RELAY TX RELAY STATION REPORT FILE NUMBER DATE MAY-17 10:55 DOCUMENT PAGES START TIME MAY-17 10:56 END TIME MAY-17 14:18 (RECOVERY TIME:MAY-17 15:18) SUCCESSFUL GROUP NUMBER 0012 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST UNSUCCESSFUL ONE TOUCH NUMBER AABBCCDDEEFFGGHHIIJJ Each Relay Group to which the Relay Transmission was not completed SENT PAGES ...

  • Page 216: Relay Transmission End Terminal Report

    Relay Transmission End Terminal Report RELAY TX END TERMINAL REPORT FILE NUMBER DATE MAY-17 10:55 DOCUMENT PAGES START TIME MAY-17 10:56 END TIME MAY-17 14:18 SUCCESSFUL GROUP NUMBER 0012 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST UNSUCCESSFUL PAGES GROUP NUMBER 0014 AABBCCDDEEFFGGHHIIJJ Each Relay Group to which the Relay Transmission was not completed SENT PAGES ...

  • Page 217: Relay Reception List

    Relay Reception List RELAY RECEPTION LIST FILE NUMBER : 045 DATE : MAY-17 20:31 GROUP NUMBER : 00001 0002 0003 0004 DOCUMENT PAGES : 12 FROM : +1234567890123456789 PAGE : 001 TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER1 : 12345678901234567890 TEL NUMBER2 : 12345678901234567890 NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 File Number assigned by the Relay Station when the...

  • Page 218: Mailbox/relay Box (itu-t Compatible F-code Communication) List

    Mailbox/Relay Box (ITU-T Compatible F-code Communication) List MAILBOX/RELAY BOX REPORT MAILBOX BOX NBR TYPE 12345678901234567890 CONFIDENTIAL BOX *123##456* CONFIDENTIAL BOX ###999*** BULLETIN BOARD Box No. Mailbox Type Number of Document pages entered RELAY RELAY BOX END STATION 3333 ABB. GROUP 0001 End station Box No.

  • Page 219: Department Control List

    Department Control List Available only when the Department Control Mode option is selected. DEPARTMENT CODE LIST DEPT NBR NAME ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST OPERATION CENTER SYSTEM DESIGN Department Department Code Name for operating the Department department NOTE: The list shown is produced when the Master code (01) is used to initiate the print list operation. If a user code (02-99) is used, only the data relating to that department will be printed.

  • Page 220: Preset Dialing Number Lists

    Preset Dialing Number Lists These are listings of the preset All of Lists Abbreviated Dial Numbers, One Touch Keys, Multi-address The following will be printed. For the print format and description of printed items, see the page listed Groups, and Alphabetical sort. below: You can request all of these lists (except Alphabetical Sort...

  • Page 221: Alphabetical Sort List

    Preset Dialing Number Lists - continued Alphabetical Sort List PHONEBOOK IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER NAME LOCATION FAX NUMBER/E-MAIL ADDRESS ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 0987654321 BCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST ABB. 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567 Chicago Group GROUP 0001 GREENVILLE OFFICE ABB. 999999999 NEW YORK OFFICE ABB. 333-912345678 Names of Abbreviated Dial Number, One Touch Key or Group Number...

  • Page 222: Abbreviated Dial Number List

    Preset Dialing Number Lists - continued Abbreviated Dial Number List ABBREVIATED TEL NUMBER LIST ABB.NBR NAME TEL NUMBER/E-MAIL ADDRESS ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 23:45 1234567 0987654321 SUB:12345678901234567890 SEP:112233445566 PWD:******************** GREENVILLE OFFICE 999999999 333-912345678 Station Name Station Dial Number: ... Alternate Dial Number Abbreviated Dial Number SUB, SEP, or PWD ...

  • Page 223: Group Number List

    Preset Dialing Number Lists - continued Group Number List GROUP NUMBER INFORMATION GROUP NUMBER NAME 0001 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 1111 ABBCCCDDDDEEEEE 1999 ZZZZZ Group Number Group Name PAGE : 001 TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER1 : 12345678901234567890 TEL NUMBER2 : 12345678901234567890 NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 OT/ABB.

  • Page 224: One Touch Number List

    Preset Dialing Number Lists - continued One Touch Number List ONE TOUCH NUMBER INFORMATION OT NBR NAME/FUNCTION ABB. FAX NUMBER & E-MAIL ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567 0987654321 SUB:12345678901234567890 SEP:112233445566 PWD:******************** ABB.NBR GROUP NBR 0123 REDFIELD HS 9-1-605-1234567 One Touch Key Number Station Name, or use of the key Abbreviated Dial Number,...

  • Page 225: Function List

    Function List FUNCTION LIST DIAL TYPE(LINE1) : MF DIAL TYPE(LINE2) : MF CALL NUMBER KEYBOARD TYPE : QWERTY MEMORY SIZE : 8MB MACHINE SETTING RINGER VOLUME ALARM VOLUME KEY TOUCH VOLUME MONITOR VOLUME SUPER POWER SAVER : MANUAL PRINTER POWER SAVER : ON START TIME : 00:00...

  • Page 226: Menu List

    Menu List MENU LIST 1.COMM. OPTIONS 1.PAGE NUMBER 2.LINE MONITOR 3.TURNAROUND POLL 4.ECM 5.SECURITY TX 2.LISTS 1.FUNCTION 2.DEPARTMENT 3.ITU MAILBOX 3.INITIAL SETUP 1.LANGUAGE 2.DATE & TIME 3.TERMINAL ID 4.DIAL TYPE 4.DEFAULT SETTING 1.MACHINE SETTINGS 01.SPEAKER VOLUME 01.RINGER VOLUME 02.ALARM VOLUME 03.KEY TOUCH VOLUME 04.MONITOR VOLUME 02.POWER SAVER...

  • Page 227: Power Failure List

    Power Failure List POWER FAILURE LIST TX/RX FILE NBR FUNCTION MULTI TX POLLING RX PRG. CONT POLL MULTI POLLING POLLING/FAX M-BOX/MAIL BOX FILE NBR FUNCTION POLLING CONFIDENTIAL BOX BULLETIN BOARD MEMORY RECEPTION FILE NBR FUNCTION RECOVERY TX FILE NBR FUNCTION SINGLE TX Type of communication...

  • Page 228: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Error Messages If an abnormal condition arises Error Message in the facsimile or an incorrect operation performed, alarm buzzer is generated for about 4 seconds and a mes- BROKEN sage to indicate the nature of REGISTRATION the error appears in the LCD window.

  • Page 229

    Error Messages - continued Error Message Cause / Solution No paper exists in the lower paper tray. This LOWER PAPER EMPTY error occurs with an optional paper tray in- stalled. Supply recording paper to the lower paper tray. PAPER EMPTY No recording paper exists in any paper tray.

  • Page 230: Paper Jam Error Codes

    Paper Jam Error Codes Paper jam error codes indicate where (within the machine) a recording paper jam has occurred using a 2-digit number. Error Cause Code A paper jam has occurred within Open the right-side access door the paper feed section of the Re- and clear any paper.

  • Page 231: Error Codes Printed On Reports

    Error Codes Printed on Reports When an Error Code is printed as a status indication on Transmission Reports, etc., refer to the following description for the applicable Error Code to determine the cause. Error Cause Code Paper Empty Load recording paper and set the tray.

  • Page 232: Transmission Problems

    Transmission Problems When transmissions are not performed normally, check the points in the table below. If the facsimile will not operate correctly after confirming these points or anything not listed here occurs, call your service representative. Problem Cause When you place a doc- You have a machine er- ument in the document ror.

  • Page 233: Reception Problems

    Reception Problems When receptions are not performed normally, check the points in the table below. If the facsimile will not operate correctly after confirming these points or anything not listed here occurs, call your service representatives. Problem Cause When you are to re- A document is still in your ceive a document and facsimile.

  • Page 234: Clearing A Document Jam

    Clearing a Document Jam If a document jam occurs dur- Remove Other ing a transmission, the mes- Documents sage “DOCUMENT JAM” is displayed in the LCD window. Follow this procedure to clear a document jam. Leave the power of the fac- simile ON.

  • Page 235: Clearing A Recording Paper Jam

    Clearing a Recording Paper Jam If a recording paper jam occurs Remove the during a reception or a copying Documents operation, the message “PA- PER JAM XX” is displayed in the LCD window. Follow this procedure to clear the jam. Leave the power of the fac- simile ON.

  • Page 236

    Clearing a Recording Paper Jam - continued Pull Up on the Remove the Jammed Green Paper Feed Recording Paper Release Lever Paper Feed Release Lever Pull up on the green paper feed If a recording paper is jammed release lever. If there is any at the Fuser Section, remove jammed paper, remove it in the the jammed paper.

  • Page 237: When The Recorded Image Is Not Clear

    When the Recorded Image is not Clear... If the Document Scanner Unit is dirty, your documents may not be transmitted clearly. If the Recording Unit is dirty, the document you receive may not Stained be clear. In that case, clean the Document Scanner Unit or Re- If the problem occurs during cording Unit using the following...

  • Page 238

    When the Recorded Image is not Clear... - continued Document Scanner Cleaning Procedure - continued Close the Scanner Cover Close the Scanner Cover. • Make sure that the hooks on both sides are firmly latched.

  • Page 239: Recording Unit Cleaning Procedure

    When the Recorded Image is not Clear... - continued Recording Unit Cleaning Procedure Remove the Open the Top Cover Developer Assembly (with Drum Unit) Top Cover Release Lever Grasp the Top Cover Release Remove the Developer Assem- Lever to open the Top Cover. bly (with the Drum Unit at- tached).

  • Page 240

    When the Recorded Image is not Clear... - continued Recording Unit Cleaning Procedure - continued Clean the Front Clean the Right Contacts Contacts Clean the silver contacts found Using a cotton swab, clean the along the front of the developer silver contacts found along the chassis, using a cotton swab.

  • Page 241

    When the Recorded Image is not Clear... - continued Recording Unit Cleaning Procedure - continued Return the Charger Clean the Metering Cleaner and Mylar Blade Scraper Charger Cleaner Metering Blade Mylar Scraper Toner Roller When a white line occurs on Return the Charger Cleaner and the black toner roller of Devel- Mylar Scraper to the storage lo-...

  • Page 242: User Test Mode

    USER TEST MODE - AUTOMATIC TEST MODE AUTO TEST AUTO TEST mode, permits you to automatically perform a series of machine tests in one operation. The test items performed by the AUTO TEST are: • FLASH ROM TEST Checks the program data, function data, and language data. •...

  • Page 243: Individual Test Mode

    - INDIVIDUAL TEST MODE INDIVIDUAL TEST Summary In INDIVIDUAL TEST mode, Enter the INDIVIDUAL you can perform specific tests TEST Menu on this facsimile. Press: 01.ADF TEST 02.KEY TEST 03.LED TEST 04.LCD TEST 05.SPEAKER TEST 06.SWITCH TEST 07.TEST PRINT NOTE: Only 4 selections can be displayed at one time.

  • Page 244: Adf Test

    ADF TEST The ADF test checks the op- Select the ADF TEST eration of the ADF by trans- Menu porting and unloading docu- ments. You can check that the ADF is normal if the number of Press: documents loaded is consis- tent with the number of docu- ments transported...

  • Page 245

    ADF TEST - continued Select the ADF Test Completed the Result ADF TEST The word “OPERATION COM- If the number of documents PLETED” is displayed on the loaded is consistent with the number of documents unload, screen and the unit returns to press: individual screen.

  • Page 246: Key Test

    KEY TEST test checks Select the Key Test switch operation on the Opera- Menu tion Panel. Press: KEY TEST PRESS ALL KEYS EXCEPT STOP KEY Check the Keys Exit the Key Test Mode Press all the key switches ex- Press: cept The result of the key test (“OK”...

  • Page 247: Led Test

    LED TEST The LED test checks LED op- Select the LED TEST eration lighting Menu LEDs on the Operation Panel. Press: LED TEST CHECK IF ALL LEDS ARE TURNED ON STOP TO COMPLETE Check the LCDs Select the Test Result Option Visually check...

  • Page 248: Lcd Test

    LCD TEST The LCD test checks LCD op- Select the LCD TEST eration by turning on and off Menu all the elements of the LCD on the Operation Panel. Press: LCD TEST LCD WILL TURN BLACK AND THEN CLEAR PRESS START KEY Start the LCD Test Press: All of the elements of the LCD...

  • Page 249: Speaker Test

    SPEAKER TEST speaker test checks Select the SPEAKER speaker operation by changing TEST Menu the volume output from the speaker. Press: SPEAKER TEST STOP TO COMPLETED VOLUME= (0-7) 0 1 2 3 Select the SPEAKER TEST Option Select a speaker volume level by using Level 0 produces no sound, and Level 7 the maximum volume.

  • Page 250: Switch Test

    SWITCH TEST The switch test checks if the detection switches operate nor- mally. The test items in SWITCH TEST mode are as follows: • Detection of Scanner Cover open/closed status • Detection of Top Cover open/closed status • Detection of Process Unit (Drum Unit with Developer Assem- bly) presence/absence status •...

  • Page 251

    SWITCH TEST - continued Check the Upper Tray Pull out the Upper Recording If no recording paper is placed Paper Tray. When the absence in the Recording Paper Tray, of a Recording Paper Tray is the screen below is displayed. detected, the screen below ap- You can resume the test by pears.

  • Page 252

    SWITCH TEST - continued Check the Flip Panels Completed the SWITCH TEST Set both Flip Panels on the The result of the switch test left-hand side. can be confirmed with the self test report. To print the self The result of the switch test test report, refer to “PRINTING (“OK”...

  • Page 253: Test Print

    TEST PRINT The test print checks the print Select the TEST function by printing a test pat- PRINT Menu tern. Press: MAY-17-00 WED11:13 RESULT MEMORY PRINTING LIST The test pattern is printed and the unit returns to the standby mode screen. Print Sample 100%...

  • Page 254: Test Result

    - TEST RESULT PRINTING a TEST RESULT This test result list prints out Select the TEST the results of the individual RESULT Menu tests as a self test report. Press: After completion of the list out- put, the display returns to the standby mode screen.

  • Page 255: Remote Service

    A separate contract with the service center will be required to receive this RDC service. NOTES: • This capability is currently under development and is not yet available. This RDC Service will be restricted to TOSHIBA trained technicians working for TOSHIBA authorized dealers and will not be available in all areas. •...

  • Page 256: Automatic Supplies Order

    - AUTOMATIC SUPPLIES ORDER Automatic Supplies Order Setting This machine can automatically send an order sheet to a designated fax machine informing your supplier that a replacement Drum Kit or Toner Kit is required. Contact your local authorized dealer for information on this setting. NOTE: This function is not available in the United States.

  • Page 257: Specifications

    Weight: About 24.5 kg (54.0 lbs.) Outer appearance, specifications, etc. may be changed without prior notice. If any trouble is encountered, contact your authorized TOSHIBA facsimile dealer. The clock function and programming data of this device are preserved with a built-in battery.

  • Page 258: Supplies

    SUPPLIES Letter-size Recording Paper: Legal-size Recording Paper: Drum Kit: DK-15 Toner Kit: TK-15 Developer Unit: DU-15 HARDWARE OPTIONS 2nd NCU Board with V.34 Modem: GD-1030-US (DP120F only) Memory Board (4MB): GC-1030 (DP120F only) Recording Paper Tray: FU-15L Bypass Tray (DP120F only): BC-15 Handset: HD-15...

  • Page 259: Toshiba Viewer

    TOSHIBA Viewer OPERATOR’S MANUAL...

  • Page 260: License Agreement

    LICENSE AGREEMENT CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE Software is licensed subject to the limitations on permitted use. No refund will be given after the purchaser has installed the software. This Licence shall continue for as long as the Product is in use. Failure to comply with the terms and conditions detailed below will result in termination of the licence.

  • Page 261: Contents

    Browse Folders ... 270 Changing the Device Configuration ... 270 Saving the Device Configuration ... 273 Add/Edit Phonebook contacts on the DP120F/DP125F ... 275 Saving the Phonebook ... 277 Creating a Routing Rules ... 279 Finding items stored in TOSHIBA Viewer folders ... 280 Creating Folder ...

  • Page 262: Introduction

    “TOSHIBA Viewer” has been specially designed for use with DP120F/DP125F’s [Multi-Function Peripherals] and TWAIN compatible scanning devices. Subject to the device with which you are using TOSHIBA Viewer and the configuration of your specific copy of TOSHIBA Viewer, available features of TOSHIBA Viewer include: •...

  • Page 263: Installation And Device Configuration

    Includes the printer driver and TWAIN driver for Plug-and-Play installation. • \DriversNT4\Local Printer & TWAIN Includes the printer driver and TWAIN driver for installing by Add Printer function in Windows NT4.0 that DP120F/DP125F is connected in local. • \DriversNT4\Network Printer Includes the printer driver for Windows NT4.0 that is used as a client computer.

  • Page 264: Installing The Toshiba Viewer

    DP120F/DP125F con- nected to your PC is powered on. Insert the CD-ROM Click Start and select Run. Type “D:\Toshiba Viewer\Setup.exe” Type “D:\Toshiba Viewer\Setup.exe” where D is your CD-ROM drive. Click OK. Select Language Click OK. Start the Installation Click Next.

  • Page 265

    Installing the TOSHIBA Viewer - continued Installation - continued Read the Software License Agreement If you agree the License Agreement, click Yes. If you click No, exit the Installation. The Installation is not completed. Choose the Destination Location Click Next.

  • Page 266: Device Setup

    Installing the TOSHIBA Viewer - continued After restarting the computer, Device Setup the Unimessage Pro device wizard automatically appears. Unimessage Pro device wizard appears NOTE: This device setup wizard can be operated by running Unimessage Startup Wizard in Program Folder as well. When plural...

  • Page 267

    Installing the TOSHIBA Viewer - continued Device Setup - continued Select the manufacturer of your fax and the device model Select Toshiba in the Manufacturers field and the model that is connected to your PC in the Models field. Click Next.

  • Page 268

    Viewer driver, TOSHIBA Viewer will ask if a printer driver for the DP120F/DP125F should be created or not. If you choose to create this printer, it will be named after the DP120F/DP125F but you can edit this name if you prefer. Click Next. NOTE: If you choose not to create the “print”...

  • Page 269

    Select whether to creat a shortcut and the location Click Next. NOTE: If you want to install several TOSHIBA Viewers, it is required to change the name of the shortcut to avoid the name being overlapped. Complete the device setup Click Finish.

  • Page 270: Uninstalling The Toshiba Viewer

    NOTE: During the uninstallation, the confirmation dialogs for removing the shared files appear. Click OK to delete all shared files in the TOSHIBA Viewer pro- gram folder. Restart your computer to complete the uninstallation. Some files are deleted after restarting the computer.

  • Page 271: Description Of The Functions

    Viewer on-line Help. From this menu you can access the main TOSHIBA Viewer system. You can examine the lists of scanned and filed images by clicking the TOSHIBA Viewer logo. The round buttons provide quick access to some of the TOSHIBA Viewer functions and can include a combination of the following: Browse Folders: This takes you to the list of folders within TOSHIBA Viewer so that you can check on the progress of messages, examine the lists of received, transmitted, filed messages and print these lists or individual messages.

  • Page 272: Browse Folders

    Welcome menu, select Pro- At the top of the Main TOSHIBA Viewer Display is the gram from the Setup menu list - File , Edit , View , Message , Setup , Window , menu, click on the Ap- and Help . Below the menu list is the main toolbar - plication tab and un- Open , Print , Acquire and Find .

  • Page 273

    Change the device settings Click on Device tab. Check on Print and/or Scan if you want the DP120F/DP125F to be worked as a printer and/or scanner using the TOSHIBA Viewer. When you want to change the port, go to Step 2b.

  • Page 274

    Step 3b. Click the ü button to download the new settings to your DP120F/ DP125F. Back to Step 2a. When you want to change the device settings file by copying NOTE: the settings from a user set-...

  • Page 275: Saving The Device Configuration

    Click the ü button to download the new settings to your DP120F/ DP125F. Back to Step 2a. NOTE: Click the button to cancel adding/editing the device configu- ration.

  • Page 276

    To copy the device configuration to the new settings file, left-click and hold on the device settings file (e.g. “TOSHIBA”) then drag it to the new settings file (e.g. “DP125F LA Office”) and release the left mouse button.

  • Page 277: Add/edit Phonebook Contacts On The Dp120f/dp125f

    Browse Folders - continued Add/Edit Phonebook contacts on the DP120F/DP125F TOSHIBA Viewer permits Open the Devices folder you to remotely add/edit Touch and/or Abbreviated Number contacts your DP120F/DP125F. Select the device and click Setup device phonebook button. “Reading data from device” appears as Viewer interrogates the attached facsimile.

  • Page 278

    Browse Folders - continued Add/Edit Phonebook contacts on the DP120F/DP125F - continued Change the settings - continued Load a set file from your hard disk Double-click on Add settings file. A “New settings” file is created. Right-click on the new settings file and select Load...

  • Page 279: Saving The Phonebook

    To copy the current device phonebook settings to the new settings file, left-click and hold on the device phonebook file (e.g. “TOSHIBA”) then drag it to the new settings file (e.g. “LA Office Phonebook) and release the left mouse button.

  • Page 280

    NOTE: When you click the ü button or button to close the screen, TOSHIBA Viewer will prompt you to save the file. Save as a file on your hard disk Right-click on the new phonebook file and select Save as...

  • Page 281: Creating A Routing Rules

    You can change the action by defining one or more Routing rules. User Routing Rules are: • Created and maintained by any TOSHIBA Viewer user. • Specific to the user. • Processed by the TOSHIBA Viewer user in the order they are shown, from top to bottom.

  • Page 282: Finding Items Stored In Toshiba Viewer Folders

    Browse Folders - continued Finding items stored in TOSHIBA Viewer folders Once files stored Click Find icon TOSHIBA Viewer folders, you can ask TOSHIBA Viewer to find items for you based on their properties. NOTE: • You can also search folders...

  • Page 283: Creating Folder

    Viewer folder, TOSHIBA Viewer only stores a reference to the file and document properties for the file. i.e.The file itself is not copied into the TOSHIBA Viewer folder and will be opened from its original location when you open the reference to it within TOSHIBA Viewer.

  • Page 284: File Scan

    File Scan your Scanning with your DP120F/DP125F or other TWAIN compatible scanner DP120F/DP125F to scan hard copy documents into Set the hard copies to be TWAIN compatible scanned in the document application you are run- tray before scanning. ning (e.g. PaintShop Pro, Corel Photo Paint, etc.).

  • Page 285

    File Scan - continued Scanning with your DP120F/DP125F or other TWAIN compatible scanner - continued Select the Scanned pages Click Add. Repeat all scanned pages are added into a document. If you want to continue scanning, repeat from step 3 to...

  • Page 286: Toshiba Viewer Gdi Printer

    270. Double click a scanned image Select Print from File menu. Continue general operation for printer properties and print settings. Select the DP120F/DP125F Printer for Name Click OK. The print job is sent to DP120F/DP125F. The scanned image is printed.

  • Page 287: Printing From Other Application

    TOSHIBA Viewer GDI Printer - continued Printing from Other Application You can also print a document Select Page Setup... in File menu from other applications using TOSHIBA Viewer Printer. The procedure is the example with Windows NotePad. The procedure may vary depending on the application.

  • Page 288

    TOSHIBA Viewer GDI Printer - continued Printing from Other Application - continued Set print settings Click OK. Page Setup dialog is closed. Select Print in File menu The print job is sent to DP120F/DP125F. The document is printed.

  • Page 289: Index

    INDEX Abbreviated Number Abbreviated Dial Number List ... 220 Cancel ... 71 Communications Options ... 73 Dialing ... 98 Modify ... 71 Registration ... 70 Access Codes, see also Passwords, and Security Codes Department Code Setting ... 55 Account Codes Account Code Entry ...

  • Page 290

    Department Code Access ... 163 Control List ... 217 Initialization ... 55 Maintenance ... 57 Department Control List ... 217 Developer Assembly and Drum Unit Installation ... 25 Dial Type ... 44 Dialing Methods ... 97 Abbreviated Dialing ... 98 Alphabet Dialing ...

  • Page 291

    Line Monitor Always ... 61 Transmission Options ... 193 Use with Abbreviated Number registration ... 73 Use with One Touch key registration ... 79 Line Selection ... 189 Line-2 Operation ... 69 Lists, see List and Reports List And Reports, Print Format And Printing Procedure ... 195 Department Control List ...

  • Page 292

    Ozone Filter Replacement ... 32 Page Count ... 192 Paper Jam Codes ... 228 Passwords, see also Access Code, and Security Code ITU Sub-address ... 185 System Password ... 186 PIN Mask ... 171 Polling Overview ... 136 Polling Reception ... 136 Continuous Polling Reception ...

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    Terminal ID, Quick Start ... 34 Test Mode ... 240 Time and Date ... 40 Toner Cartridge Replacement ... 28 TOSHIBA Viewer Browse Folders Add/Edit Phoonebook contacts on the DP120F/DP125F ... 275 Changing the Device Configuration ... 270 Creating a Routing Rules ... 279...

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    Creating Folder ... 281 Finding items stored in TOSHIBA Viewer folders ... 280 Saving the Device Configuration ... 273 Saving the Phonebook ... 277 Computer Requirements ... 261 Configuration Of the CD-ROM ... 261 Description of the Main Welcome Menu ... 269 Device Configuration ...

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    © Copyright TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION 2000 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DP120F/DP125F Printed in Japan...

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