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  • Page 2 92/31/EEC), both as amended by Directive 93/68/EEC. Copyright Copyright © 1998 by Canon, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language...
  • Page 3 Their standards and logos are uniform among participating nations. Preface is a registered trademark of Centronics Data Computer As an NERGY determined that the MultiPASS L60 meets the Energy Star guidelines for energy efficiency. NERGY Office Equipment Program is an ® ™...
  • Page 4 United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland Approval Number 607912 Your Canon MultiPASS L60 has been approved against the requirements of NTR3 for use in the UK. The CE mark is applied in respect of the requirements of 72/23 EEC and 89/336 EEC.
  • Page 5: Emc Directive

    EMC Directive This equipment has been tested in a typical system to comply with the technical requirements of the EMC directive. Use of a shielded cable is necessary to comply with the technical requirements of the EMC Directive. For your safety (Australia only) To ensure safe operation the three-pin plug supplied must be inserted only into a standard three-pin power point which is effectively earthed through the normal household wiring.
  • Page 6 4. To relocate this equipment please. l) Disconnect the equipment from the Telecom connection. 2) Disconnect the equipment from the power source. 3) Reconnect the equipment to the power source. 4) Reconnect the equipment to the Telecom connection. 5. If the supply cord of this equipment is damaged, it must be replaced by the special cord (Parts No.: HH2-1910).
  • Page 7: Safety Information

    Use of controls, adjustments, or performance of procedures other than those specified in this user’s guide may result in hazardous radiation exposure. This label is attached to the laser scanner unit inside the MultiPASS L60 and is not in a user access area. Preface...
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Attaching the Paper Loading Label ... 2-13 Attaching the Extension Tray ... 2-13 Attaching the Support Trays ... 2-14 Making Connections... 2-15 Connecting the MultiPASS L60 to Your PC ... 2-15 Connecting the Telephone Line ... 2-16 viii ® Contents...
  • Page 9 Loading Recording Paper ... 2-35 Testing the MultiPASS L60... 2-39 Chapter 3 Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60 ... Methods for Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60 ... Guidelines for Entering Information Via the Operation Panel ... Entering Numbers, Letters, and Symbols... Editing Information...
  • Page 10 Loading Envelopes in the Multi-Purpose Tray ... 4-12 Loading Paper Manually ... 4-15 Chapter 5 Speed Dialling... Speed Dialling Methods... One-Touch Speed Dialling... Storing Numbers for One-Touch Speed Dialling ... Changing a Number/Name Stored Under a One-Touch Speed Dialling Button... Using One-Touch Speed Dialling ...
  • Page 11 Receiving Faxes Manually: MANUAL MODE ... Receiving Faxes Automatically: FAX ONLY MODE ... 7-11 Using an Answering Machine: ANS.MACHINE MODE... 7-12 Using the MultiPASS L60 With an Answering Machine... 7-12 Network FAX/TEL Switching (Australia Only)... 7-13 Setting the MultiPASS L60 for Network Switch ... 7-13 Network Switch System Operation ...
  • Page 12 Number Under the R Button ... Long Distance Dialling ... How to Enter Pauses... Confirming a Dial Tone... Using Tone Dialling On a Pulse Line ... Restricting Use of the MultiPASS L60... Chapter 9 Making Copies ... Making Copies ... Chapter 10 Reports and Lists ...
  • Page 13 Jams Inside the Unit? ... 11-9 Jams in the Front Area of the Unit? ... 11-14 After Clearing a Paper Jam ... 11-17 Problems Feeding Paper into the MultiPASS L60 ... 11-18 Faxing Problems ... 11-21 Sending Faxes ... 11-21 Receiving Faxes...
  • Page 14 Appendix A Specifications ... A-1 General... A-2 Plain Paper Fax... A-4 Copier ... A-6 Telephone... A-6 Printer ... A-7 Printable Area: Papers ... A-8 Printable Area: Envelopes... A-9 Scanner ... A-9 Document Sizes ... A-11 PC Interface... A-13 MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows Appendix B Options ...
  • Page 15 Introducing the MultiPASS L60 This chapter introduces you to the main features of the MultiPASS L60. It also explains how to get the most out of the documentation that comes with the unit, and gives important safety instructions. Welcome... 1-2 The Main Features of the MultiPASS L60 ...
  • Page 16: Welcome

    Welcome Thank you for purchasing the new Canon MultiPASS L60. We are sure that your MultiPASS L60 will help meet your fax and phone requirements easily and conveniently, as well as your printing, copying, and scanning needs. MultiPASS L60 Introducing the MultiPASS L60...
  • Page 17: Chapter 1 Introducing The Multipass L60

    The compact size of the MultiPASS L60 makes it ideal for desktop use, and allows you to use it in places where other machines may not fit.
  • Page 18: Plain Paper Fax Features

    6 seconds* per page. Memory sending/receiving The MultiPASS L60 can store up to 90* fax pages (either received or to be sent) in its built-in memory, and can receive faxes while printing or even when your PC is turned off.
  • Page 19: Printer Features

    The exceptional printing speed of 6 pages per minute allows you to work more effectively. Simple maintenance The FX-3 toner cartridge for the MultiPASS L60 contains both the toner and the drum, making installation and replacement simple and clean. Convenient paper handling The MultiPASS L60 multi-purpose tray holds up to 100 sheets* of plain A4, letter, or legal size paper;...
  • Page 20: Copier Features

    Copier Features Up to 99 copies The MultiPASS L60 can make up to 99 copies of a document at a time, at a rate of up to six copies per minute. 600 dpi and 300 dpi resolution The MultiPASS L60 copies documents at 600 300 dpi when using direct copying, and 300 300 dpi when using memory copying.
  • Page 21: Scanner Features

    Scanner Features Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) The MultiPASS L60 includes an Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) that makes it easy to scan up to 20 pages* at a time when using Windows applications that support the TWAIN scanning standard (see below).
  • Page 22: Telephone Features

    Connection for the optional handset, an answering machine or a telephone Connecting the optional handset or a telephone to the MultiPASS L60 allows you to use it to make and receive normal telephone calls. In addition, connecting an answering machine allows you to receive faxes and phone messages while you are away from your desk.
  • Page 23: Using The Multipass L60 With The Multipass Desktop Manager For Windows

    Canon’s MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows the MultiPASS L60’s printing, faxing, scanning, and telephone functions directly from your PC. Use the MultiPASS L60 as the default printer for Windows applications Send faxes from the MultiPASS L60 using any Windows application...
  • Page 24: System Requirements

    System Requirements The following hardware and software are necessary to operate the MultiPASS Desktop Manager with the MultiPASS L60. These are the minimum requirements. ® PC or compatible computer with a 486DX or higher processor Microsoft At least 16 megabytes (MB) of RAM...
  • Page 25: Using Your Documentation

    PC. Please note that all settings of the MultiPASS L60 can also be adjusted using your MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows software. For details, refer to the MultiPASS Desktop Manager User’s Guide.
  • Page 26 MultiPASS L60 and for details on its functions. If you still have questions about how to use your MultiPASS L60, please contact your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line. They will be happy to answer your questions.
  • Page 27: Type Conventions Used In This User's Guide

    Type Conventions Used in This User’s Guide This user’s guide follows the conventions below to emphasise certain information that will help you use your MultiPASS L60 correctly and safely: Cautions tell you how to avoid actions that could injure you or damage your MultiPASS L60.
  • Page 28: Customer Support

    Customer Support Your MultiPASS L60 is designed with the latest technology to provide trouble-free operation. If you have a problem with the unit’s operation, try to solve it by refering to the information in Chapter 11, “Frequently Asked Questions”. If you cannot solve the problem or if you think your MultiPASS L60 needs service, contact your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
  • Page 29: Safety Instructions

    Use the MultiPASS L60 only on a sturdy, stable, level surface. If the unit falls, it could be seriously damaged. Do not use the MultiPASS L60 near water. If you spill liquid on or into the unit, unplug it immediately and call your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
  • Page 30 Do not allow small objects (such as pins, paper clips, or staples) to fall into the MultiPASS L60. If something does fall into it, unplug the unit immediately and call your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
  • Page 31 If you notice smoke or unusual noises or odour coming from it. If the MultiPASS L60 does not operate normally when you follow the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions in this user’s guide, or you can damage the unit and require extensive repair work.
  • Page 32 1-18 Introducing the MultiPASS L60 Chapter 1...
  • Page 33: Setting Up Your Multipass L60

    This chapter tells you how to unpack, assemble, and connect your MultiPASS L60, install the FX-3 toner cartridge, and load paper— everything you need to know to get your MultiPASS L60 ready to use. Choosing a Location for Your MultiPASS L60 ... 2-3 •...
  • Page 34 The Toner Cartridge ... 2-27 • Handling and Storing Cartridges ... 2-27 • Installing/Replacing the Toner Cartridge ... 2-29 Loading Recording Paper ... 2-35 Testing the MultiPASS L60 ... 2-39 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 Chapter 2...
  • Page 35: Choosing A Location For Your Multipass L60

    Please review the information provided in “Safety Instructions” on pages 1-15 to 1-17, to make sure you are installing your MultiPASS L60 for safe use. Put the MultiPASS L60 in a cool, dry, clean, well ventilated place: •...
  • Page 36: Dimensions

    TOP VIEW SIDE VIEW BOTTOM VIEW If you need help installing your MultiPASS L60 or have any questions about it, please contact your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line. Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60...
  • Page 37: Unpacking Your Multipass L60

    1. Carefully remove all items from the box. You should have someone help by holding the box while you lift the MultiPASS L60 and its protective packaging out of the carton.
  • Page 38 WINDOWS SOFTWARE / PRINTER DRIVER CD-ROM If any of the above items are damaged or missing, notify your Canon dealer immediately. * The shape of the power cord varies depending on the country of purchase. ** The shape of the telephone line varies depending on the country of purchase.
  • Page 39 In addition to the items shipped with your MultiPASS L60, you will need a Centronics -compatible parallel interface cable, which you can ® purchase from your Canon dealer. (Canon recommends a cable that complies with IEEE 1284.) For best results, use a cable that is no more than 2 metres long.
  • Page 40: Lifting The Multipass L60

    Lifting the MultiPASS L60 Whenever you plan to move the MultiPASS L60, be sure to: Hold the unit firmly and keep it level. Always grip the sides of the unit. The recessed areas on each side of the unit serve as handles.
  • Page 41: Removing Shipping Materials

    Removing Shipping Materials In order to protect your MultiPASS L60 during shipping, the unit has been packed with protective material that you must remove before using. Follow these steps: 1. Remove all pieces of shipping tape from the outside of the MultiPASS L60.
  • Page 42 Remove the soft styrofoam sheet from the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF), then gently close the operation panel by pressing it down from the centre until it clicks. Peel the clear protective sheet off the LCD display. 2-10 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 Chapter 2...
  • Page 43: Replaceable Parts

    Replaceable Parts The only component of the MultiPASS L60 that needs regular service or replacement is the FX-3 toner cartridge. Although Canon manufactures many types of toner cartridges, the FX-3 toner cartridge is the only one designed to be used with your MultiPASS L60. The FX-3 toner cartridge can be purchased at any Canon authorised dealer.
  • Page 44: Assembling The Multipass L60

    Assembling the MultiPASS L60 Use the following instructions to assemble your MultiPASS L60 main unit and components. To see how the MultiPASS L60 will look fully assembled, see “Getting Acquainted With Your MultiPASS L60” on page 2-20. Attaching Components Attaching the Paper Rest The paper rest helps keep paper or other media straight in the multi- purpose tray.
  • Page 45: Attaching The Paper Loading Label

    The paper loading label is included with your MultiPASS L60 unit. Attach the label to the left of the multi-purpose tray as shown below. Attaching the Extension Tray Lift the MultiPASS L60 unit as shown and slide the extension tray into the rails on the bottom of the unit. 2-13...
  • Page 46: Attaching The Support Trays

    Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). To install this support, insert the tabs into the corresponding slots above the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF), making sure that the smaller tab is on the left. 2-14 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER...
  • Page 47: Making Connections

    PC. To do this, you need to purchase a Centronics-compatible parallel interface cable from your dealer. For best results, use a cable that is no longer than 2 metres. Canon recommends that you use a cable that complies with IEEE 1284. Contact your local authorised Canon dealer if you need help in selecting a cable.
  • Page 48: Connecting The Telephone Line

    Connecting the Telephone Line Connect the MultiPASS L60 to a telephone line as follows: Connect one end of the supplied telephone line to the jack marked on the back of the MultiPASS L60. 2. Connect the other end of the line to your wall telephone jack.
  • Page 49: Connecting The Optional Handset, A Telephone, Or Answering Machine

    (with or without a telephone). Connect the line from the optional handset, telephone or answering machine to the jack marked If you connect an answering machine to the MultiPASS L60, be sure to read “Using an Answering Machine: ANS.MACHINE MODE” on page 7-12.
  • Page 50: Connecting The Power Cord

    Unplug the unit only by pulling on the plug itself. Never pull on the cord. Do not plug the MultiPASS L60 into an outlet shared with an appliance such as an air conditioner, computer, electric typewriter, or copier. These devices generate electrical noise, which can interfere with the operation of the MultiPASS L60.
  • Page 51 2. Plug the other end of the power cord into the outlet. The MultiPASS L60 has no power switch, so its power is on as long as it is plugged in. Once connected, though, the unit still needs to warm up before you can use it.
  • Page 52: Getting Acquainted With Your Multipass L60

    Getting Acquainted With Your MultiPASS L60 Before using your MultiPASS L60, look over the diagrams on these pages to become familiar with the unit’s components. Front View SUPPORT TRAYS AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER(ADF) DOCUMENT GUIDES OPERATION PANEL PAPER DELIVERY SELECTOR 2-20...
  • Page 53: Inside View

    Inside View FIXING ASSEMBLY PAPER RELEASE LEVER Chapter 2 FX-3 TONER CARTRIDGE COMPARTMENT TRANSFER CHARGING ROLLER FRONT COVER Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 2-21...
  • Page 54: Rear View

    Rear View POWER CONNECTOR The Handset (Option) For details on the optional handset, see Appendix B. 2-22 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 RELEASE LATCH BI-DIRECTIONAL PARALLEL PORT OPTIONAL HANDSET/ TELEPHONE/ANSWERING MACHINE JACK TELEPHONE LINE JACK Chapter 2...
  • Page 55: The Operation Panel

    The LCD display shows messages and prompts during operation, and displays selections, text, numbers and names when registering information. r ALARM lamp This lamp flashes when an error occurs, or when the MultiPASS L60 is out of paper or toner. Chapter 2 e LCD DISPLAY...
  • Page 56: Special Function Buttons

    RECEIVE MODE button Use this button to select whether the MultiPASS L60 is set to receive faxes manually (MANUAL MODE), to treat all calls as faxes (FAX ONLY MODE), to use an answering machine to receive all calls (ANS.MACHINE MODE), or to automatically switch between telephone...
  • Page 57: Special Function Buttons

    See pages 6-37 to 6-41 for details. REPORT button 04 Use this button to print activity reports. See Chapter 10, ”Reports and Lists” for details. 2-25 Chapter 2 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60...
  • Page 58 Use these buttons to scroll through menu selections or to move the cursor when registering data. R button 16 Press this button to dial an outside line access number when the unit is connected through a switchboard (PBX). See page 8-2 for details. 2-26 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 Chapter 2...
  • Page 59: The Toner Cartridge

    Avoid locations subject to high temperature, high humidity, or rapid changes in temperature. Store the cartridge between 0° and 35°C. Hold the cartridge as shown so that your hand is not touching the drum’s protective shutter. Chapter 2 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 2-27...
  • Page 60 Do not store the cartridge in salty air or where there are corrosive gases such as from aerosol sprays. Do not remove the cartridge from the MultiPASS L60 unless necessary. DO NOT PLACE THE CARTRIDGE IN FIRE. TONER POWDER IS FLAMMABLE.
  • Page 61: Installing/Replacing The Toner Cartridge

    Canon makes numerous cartridges. The FX-3 toner cartridge has been designed specially for the MultiPASS L60 and is the only one Canon recommends that you use. 1. Remove any documents and/or printed pages from the unit.
  • Page 62 If replacing a used cartridge, hold the cartridge by its handle and remove it as shown. Dispose of the toner cartridge properly. To recycle your used cartridge, simply follow the instructions included with your new FX-3 toner cartridge. 2-30 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 HANDLE Chapter 2...
  • Page 63 Gently rock the cartridge from side to side several times to distribute the toner evenly inside the cartridge. Poor print quality may result if the toner becomes unequally distributed inside the cartridge. Chapter 2 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 2-31...
  • Page 64 Use a firm, even pull to remove the plastic seal. To avoid breaking the seal, do not jerk on it unevenly. SIDE VIEW 2-32 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 TOP VIEW PULL IN THIS DIRECTION PULL IN THIS DIRECTION Chapter 2...
  • Page 65 Always hold the cartridge by its handle when inserting it in the unit. HANDLE 9. Gently press the cartridge into the unit as far as it will go. Press down and back on the cartridge’s handle. Chapter 2 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 2-33...
  • Page 66 10. Close the front cover. Use both hands to lift the cover back to its closed position. 2-34 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 Chapter 2...
  • Page 67: Loading Recording Paper

    Store unused paper from opened packs in a cool, dry location in the original packaging. Your MultiPASS L60 is factory-set to use A4-size paper. If you wish to use letter- or legal-size paper, you must change the setting from the FAX PRINTER menu.
  • Page 68 For details, see Chapter 4, ”Paper Handling”. Do not load paper in the multi-purpose tray when the unit is printing. 2-36 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 Chapter 2...
  • Page 69 Let the paper run out before you refill the multi-purpose tray. Before loading paper, stack it so that the leading edge and sides of the paper are even. Open the paper guides to the approximate width of the stack of paper. Chapter 2 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 2-37...
  • Page 70 NO SPACE PAPER PAPER GUIDES TOP VIEW Your MultiPASS L60 is now ready to print. Let the paper run out before you refill the multi-purpose tray. Avoid mixing new paper with paper remaining in the multi-purpose tray. 2-38 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60...
  • Page 71: Testing The Multipass L60

    After you have assembled your MultiPASS L60, installed the toner cartridge, loaded plain paper in the multi-purpose tray, you can make sure the MultiPASS L60 is printing properly by making several copies of a document. For instructions, see Chapter 9 “Making Copies”.
  • Page 72 2-40 Setting Up Your MultiPASS L60 Chapter 2...
  • Page 73: Registering Information In The Multipass L60

    Chapter 3 Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60 This chapter describes how to enter information in your MultiPASS L60. Methods for Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60 ... 3-2 Guidelines for Entering Information Via the Operation Panel ... 3-3 • Entering Numbers, Letters, and Symbols... 3-4 Editing Information ...
  • Page 74: Methods For Registering Information In The Multipass L60

    Manager, and changes made in the MultiPASS Desktop Manager will override any corresponding settings made through the operation panel. If your MultiPASS L60 unit is connected to a PC, we recommend the use of the MultiPASS Desktop Manager to adjust any settings.
  • Page 75: Guidelines For Entering Information Via The Operation Panel

    You will then have to start again. If the MultiPASS L60 rings while you are entering information, press the STOP button and lift the handset: The MultiPASS L60 will automatically save all the information you have entered up to the last time you pressed the START/COPY button.
  • Page 76: Entering Numbers, Letters, And Symbols

    To enter a symbol, press # repeatedly until the symbol you want appears. Press any other button or cursor to the right. Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60 button to change between number mode, uppercase letter > > to enter the symbol and move the...
  • Page 77 Press 2 once to display the first “A” on the left of the LCD display. Press > > to enter the “A” and move the cursor to the right. Press 2 until the second “A” is displayed. Chapter 3 Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60...
  • Page 78: Editing Information

    Press < < once to erase the character above the cursor. (The cursor moves one space to the left.) Press > > to move back to the empty space and type in the correct character. Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60 CANEN CAN N CANON...
  • Page 79: Using The One-Touch Speed Dial/Special Function Buttons

    FUNCTION button switches the buttons’ functions between one-touch speed dialling and special functions. Using the Menu System The MultiPASS L60 includes a menu system under the FUNCTION button that allows you to select operation settings, and to enter user information. The system includes these menus:...
  • Page 80 Press the < < button to display the previous item in the menu. (The list will wrap from the first item in the list back to the last.) Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60 FUNCTION Chapter 3...
  • Page 81 Manager User’s Guide. Settings changed from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager will override any settings made from the operation panel. Settings changed using the operation panel will not be displayed in the MultiPASS Desktop Manager. Chapter 3 Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60...
  • Page 82: Personalising Your Multipass L60

    MultiPASS L60 operation panel. You can also enter this information from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager. See page 3-2 for details and refer to the MultiPASS Desktop Manager User’s Guide for instructions. 3-10 Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60 Chapter 3...
  • Page 83: Entering The Date And Time

    5. Press START/COPY to save the date and time. 6. Press STOP to return to standby mode. Chapter 3 FUNCTION USER SETTINGS DATE & TIME 23/11 98 UNIT TELEPHONE # 14:30 Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60 14:30 FaxOnly 3-11...
  • Page 84: Registering Your Fax Number And Name

    You can enter up to 20 digits for your fax/telephone number. You can enter spaces with the > > button to make the number easier to read. 3-12 Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60 FUNCTION USER SETTINGS DATE & TIME...
  • Page 85 You can enter up to 24 characters for your name or business name. 8. Press START/COPY to save the name. 9. Press STOP to return to standby mode. Chapter 3 UNIT NAME CANON TX TERMINAL ID 14:30 Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60 FaxOnly 3-13...
  • Page 86: Setting The Telephone Line Type

    *The factory default setting is ROTARY PULSE for all countries except the UK and Singapore. The factory default setting for the UK and Singapore is TOUCH TONE. 3-14 Registering Information in the MultiPASS L60 FUNCTION USER SETTINGS DATE & TIME...
  • Page 87: Paper Handling

    This chapter describes how to select and prepare the print media for the different functions your MultiPASS L60 can perform. Guidelines for Selecting Print Media... 4-2 • Plain Paper ... 4-4 • Envelopes ... 4-4 • Labels ... 4-5 • Transparencies ... 4-5 The Paper Path ...
  • Page 88: Guidelines For Selecting Print Media

    Guidelines for Selecting Print Media You can produce high quality laser prints on most plain paper, including cotton bond paper and photocopying paper. Your MultiPASS L60 does not require special laser paper. You can stack the following media in the multi-purpose tray: Multi-Purpose Tray Type Plain paper...
  • Page 89 In addition, you can use the manual feed slot to feed the following: Manual Feed Slot Type Size Plain paper 76.2 (210 Letter Legal (8.5 Envelopes European DL (220 U.S. Commercial No. 10 Labels A4, Letter Transparencies A4, Letter Chapter 4 Weight 127 mm to 64–105 g/m...
  • Page 90: Plain Paper

    Plain Paper Follow these guidelines when selecting paper: The laser printing process uses high temperatures to fuse toner to the paper. Use paper that will not melt, vaporise, discolour, or emit dangerous fumes at temperatures near 170°C. For example, do not use vellum paper in a laser printer.
  • Page 91: Labels

    To prevent the transparency from curling, remove the transparency as it comes out of the MultiPASS L60 and set it on a flat surface to cool. When feeding transparencies, be sure to use face-up delivery. See page 4-9 for details.
  • Page 92: The Paper Path

    The Paper Path Understanding how paper feeds through the MultiPASS L60 will help you to determine how to load paper and handle paper jams. The page travels first to the FX-3 toner cartridge. Here a laser beam “draws” the print image on the drum, then the drum applies toner to the page.
  • Page 93: Selecting Paper Delivery

    Selecting Paper Delivery Received faxes, copies, and prints can be delivered through the face-up or face-down delivery slot. Choose paper delivery according to the job the MultiPASS L60 is performing and the type of print media you are using. Chapter 4...
  • Page 94: Face-Down Delivery

    Face-Down Delivery Face-down delivery is used for most jobs and when using plain paper only (64 to 90 g/m ). Printed pages are stacked in the order printed in the face-down delivery slot. This slot holds up to 50 sheets of plain paper (75 g/m Move the paper delivery selector up to the mark.
  • Page 95: Face-Up Delivery

    Face-Up Delivery Face-up delivery is mainly used when printing on media other than plain paper, such as transparencies, labels, thick paper (up to 105 g/m and envelopes. With face-up delivery, the sheet or envelope travels straight through the unit without bending, and thus prevents curling. Be sure to use face-up delivery when manually feeding print media other than standard plain paper.
  • Page 96 You can also use face-up delivery when printing or receiving a large number of pages. In this case, push in the extension tray and place the unit on the edge of a table. This will allow the pages to fall away from the unit and avoid blocking the face-up delivery slot.
  • Page 97: Loading Paper In The Multi-Purpose Tray

    Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray You can stack up to approximately 100 sheets of plain paper (75 g/m in the multi-purpose tray. The multi-purpose tray holds A4, letter, and legal size paper, provided that its weight is 90 g/m or less.
  • Page 98: Loading Envelopes In The Multi-Purpose Tray

    Loading Envelopes in the Multi-Purpose Tray Do not use the multi-purpose tray to load envelopes when temperature or humidity levels are high. The glue on the flap may become sticky and stick to the envelope, or cause a paper jam. Use the manual feed slot instead.
  • Page 99 Adjust the paper guides to the approximate width of the stack of envelopes. 3. Insert the stack of envelopes—print side facing you into the multi- purpose tray. Insert the stack until it stops, but do not force it. Chapter 4 FACE-DOWN DELIVERY SLOT MANUAL FEED SLOT...
  • Page 100 Move the paper delivery selector down to the FACE-UP DELIVERY Be sure to use face-up delivery when printing on envelopes. Your MultiPASS L60 is now ready to print. You can change the feeding direction of the envelopes through your application software. Check the feeding direction before printing.
  • Page 101: Loading Paper Manually

    Loading Paper Manually You can load paper manually, one sheet at a time, using the manual feed slot. You can load plain paper (64 to 105 g/m transparencies, and other special papers. Be sure to use face-up delivery when printing on media other than plain paper.
  • Page 102 Adjust the paper guides to the sheet of paper. Make sure there is no space between the paper guides and the sheet. Move the paper delivery selector down to the FACE-UP DELIVERY Be sure to use face-up delivery when printing on media other than plain paper.
  • Page 103 Your MultiPASS L60 is now ready to print. If you insert a sheet into the manual feed slot when there is paper stacked in the multi-purpose tray, the unit will feed the sheet from the manual feed slot. Insert a sheet in the manual feed slot only when the previous sheet has come out from the delivery slot.
  • Page 104 4-18 Paper Handling Chapter 4...
  • Page 105: Speed Dialling

    This chapter describes how to register and use the speed dialling features of the MultiPASS L60. Speed Dialling Methods ... 5-2 One-Touch Speed Dialling... 5-3 • Storing Numbers for One-Touch Speed Dialling ... 5-3 • Changing a Number/Name Stored Under a One-Touch Speed Dialling Button ...
  • Page 106: Speed Dialling Methods

    The following pages describe how to register numbers for speed dialling from the MultiPASS L60 operation panel. You will also find instructions for changing numbers and names registered under speed dialling buttons and codes, and how to use speed dialling.
  • Page 107: One-Touch Speed Dialling

    One-Touch Speed Dialling Storing Numbers for One-Touch Speed Dialling Your MultiPASS L60 can store up to 16 of your most frequently dialled numbers under one-touch speed dialling buttons. Follow this procedure to store one-touch speed dialling numbers and names. Press FUNCTION.
  • Page 108 For details on entering letters, see page 3-4. You can store up to 16 characters for the name. *Users in the UK can only enter one pause between digits in telephone/fax numbers. Speed Dialling TELEPHONE NUMBER TEL= 20 545 8545 NAME Canon EUROPA Chapter 5...
  • Page 109 Press START/COPY 10. To continue registering numbers and names, repeat steps 4 to 9. -or- If you have finished registering numbers and names, press STOP to return to standby mode. Chapter 5 14:30 FaxOnly Speed Dialling...
  • Page 110: Changing A Number/Name Stored Under A One-Touch Speed Dialling Button

    Changing a Number/Name Stored Under a One-Touch Speed Dialling Button Follow these steps if you want to change a number and/or name registered under a one-touch speed dialling button, or if you want to delete all information stored under a button. Press FUNCTION.
  • Page 111 The telephone/fax number can be up to 120 digits long. If you only want to change the name, ignore this step and go to step 7. Press START/COPY twice to display the registered name. Chapter 5 TEL= 14:30 FaxOnly TEL= 2 50921 NAME Canon EUROPA Speed Dialling...
  • Page 112 10. To change additional numbers and/or names, repeat steps 4 to 9. -or- If you have finished changing numbers and/or names, press STOP to return to standby mode. Speed Dialling Canon ITALIA 05= 1 432 2060 14:30 FaxOnly Chapter 5...
  • Page 113: Using One-Touch Speed Dialling

    If you do not press the START/COPY button within five seconds of pressing the one-touch speed dialling button, the MultiPASS L60 will begin sending automatically. If you do not want the MultiPASS L60 to send automatically, you need to change the AUTO START TX setting. See pages 13-8 and 13-9 for more details.
  • Page 114 If an error occurs during sending, the MultiPASS L60 will print an error report. If this happens, try sending the fax again. See “Faxing Problems” on page 11-21 for details about errors. You can also use one-touch speed dialling to send a document to more than one location at a time.
  • Page 115: Coded Speed Dialling

    Coded Speed Dialling Storing Numbers for Coded Speed Dialling You can store up to 100 numbers for coded speed dialling. Follow this procedure to store coded speed dialling numbers and names. Press FUNCTION. Press < < or > > to select TEL REGISTRATION. 3.
  • Page 116 For details on entering letters, see page 3-4. You can store up to 16 characters for the name. *Users in the UK can only enter one pause between digits in telephone/fax numbers. 5-12 Speed Dialling TELEPHONE NUMBER TEL= TEL= 1 538 4500 NAME Canon ESPAÑA Chapter 5...
  • Page 117 10. Press START/COPY. 11. To continue registering numbers and names, repeat steps 5 to 10. -or- If you have finished registering numbers and names, press STOP to return to the standby mode. Chapter 5 14:30 FaxOnly 5-13 Speed Dialling...
  • Page 118: Changing A Number/Name Stored Under A Coded Speed Dialling Code

    Changing a Number/Name Stored Under a Coded Speed Dialling Code Follow these steps if you want to change the number and/or name registered under a coded speed dialling code, or if you want to delete all information stored under a code. Press FUNCTION.
  • Page 119 The telephone/fax number can be up to 120 digits long. If you only want to change the name, ignore this step and go to step 8. Press START/COPY twice to display the registered name. Chapter 5 TEL= 14:30 FaxOnly TEL=03 3758 2111 NAME Canon ESPAÑA 5-15 Speed Dialling...
  • Page 120 11. To change additional numbers and/or names, repeat steps 5 to 10. -or- If you have finished changing numbers and/or names, press STOP to return to standby mode. 5-16 Speed Dialling Canon TOKYO 02=1 4939 2525 14:30 FaxOnly Chapter 5...
  • Page 121: Using Coded Speed Dialling

    If no fax number is assigned to the coded speed dialling code you press, the LCD displays NO TEL #. If this happens, make sure you entered the correct code and that the number you want to dial is registered under that code. Chapter 5 TEL=CANON U.S.A 5-17 Speed Dialling...
  • Page 122 AUTO START TX setting. See pages 13-8 and 13-9 for more details. If an error occurs during sending, the MultiPASS L60 will print an error report. If this happens, try sending the fax again. See “Faxing Problems” on page 11-21 for details about errors.
  • Page 123: Group Dialling

    Group Dialling If you frequently send faxes to the same group of numbers, you can create a “group”. Groups are stored under one-touch speed dialling buttons or coded speed dialling codes and can contain as many as 115 numbers. Creating Groups for Group Dialling The numbers you register in a group must already be stored under one- touch speed dialling buttons or coded speed dialling codes.
  • Page 124 Enter the speed dialling numbers you want to store in the group. To enter in the group a number stored under a one-touch speed dialling button, press FUNCTION, press the desired one-touch speed dialling button(s), then press FUNCTION again. 5-20 Speed Dialling TELEPHONE NUMBER TEL= 01=CANON EUROPE Chapter 5...
  • Page 125 8. Press START/COPY twice, then use the numeric buttons to enter a name for the group. See page 3-4 for details on entering letters. You can enter up to 16 characters for the name. Chapter 5 NAME Canon GROUP 1 :1 5-21 Speed Dialling...
  • Page 126 Press START/COPY. 10. To enter additional groups, repeat steps 5 to 9. -or- If you have finished registering groups press STOP to return to standby mode. 5-22 Speed Dialling 14:30 FaxOnly Chapter 5...
  • Page 127: Using Group Dialling

    MultiPASS L60 begins sending automatically. If you have entered more than one speed dialling button or code, the MultiPASS L60 waits for 10 seconds before it begins sending. If you do not want the MultiPASS L60 to send automatically, you need to change the AUTO START TX setting.
  • Page 128 When you finish entering groups, press START/COPY. The MultiPASS L60 then scans the document into memory, and begins dialling the numbers in the groups. 5-24 Speed Dialling Chapter 5...
  • Page 129: Sending Faxes

    This chapter describes how to use your MultiPASS L60 to send faxes. Preparing to Send a Fax ... 6-3 • Document Requirements ... 6-3 Scanning Area ... 6-5 • Selecting Automatic/Manual Document Feed ... 6-6 Loading Documents for Automatic Feed ... 6-7 Loading Documents for Manual Feed ...
  • Page 130 • Sending a Document to More Than One Destination... 6-31 • Sending a Document Using Group Dialling ... 6-33 Delayed Sending ... 6-34 • Sending Other Documents While the MultiPASS L60 is Set for Delayed Sending ... 6-36 Documents Stored in Memory ... 6-37 •...
  • Page 131: Preparing To Send A Fax

    MultiPASS L60. For instructions and information about the types of documents you can fax with the MultiPASS L60, see below. Document Requirements The documents you load into the MultiPASS L60 must meet these requirements: When the document feed lever is set to Automatic Document Feed: Size: •...
  • Page 132 Make sure any glue, ink, or correction fluid on the paper is completely dry before loading the document into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). If you have a document that will not feed into the MultiPASS L60 properly, make a photocopy of the document, then load the copy instead.
  • Page 133: Scanning Area

    Scanning Area The margins of 3.0 mm on either side of the sheet and 4.0 mm on the top and bottom are outside the MultiPASS L60’s scanning area. Make sure your document’s text and graphics do not extend into these margins.
  • Page 134: Selecting Automatic/Manual Document Feed

    Selecting Automatic/Manual Document Feed With the MultiPASS L60, you can select whether you want to scan documents automatically or manually. Automatic document feed is used when scanning multipage documents on normal paper. Use manual document feed when scanning single- page documents such as photos, business cards, or documents on other special types of paper.
  • Page 135: Loading Documents For Automatic Feed

    Loading Documents for Automatic Feed 1. Make sure the document feed lever is set to automatic document feed. 2. If the document has multiple pages, tap it on a flat surface to even the edges. Chapter 6 Sending Faxes...
  • Page 136 Adjust the document guides to the width of the document. 4. Gently insert the document face down (top of the document towards you) into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) until it stops. Sending Faxes Chapter 6...
  • Page 137 The document is now ready for scanning. The MultiPASS L60 automatically feeds the pages one by one from the bottom of the stack. Wait until all pages of your document have been scanned completely before starting a new job. Trouble With Multipage Documents If you have trouble feeding a multipage document, do the following: 1.
  • Page 138 Gently insert the stack into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) until it stops. If you have further trouble with page jams while feeding, see “Jams in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)?” on page 11-5. You cannot feed a multipage document of thick media, such as postcards or business cards.
  • Page 139: Loading Documents For Manual Feed

    Loading Documents for Manual Feed 1. Make sure the document feed lever is set to manual document feed. When using manual feed, use a carrier sheet to avoid scratching the surface of important documents (photographs, for example). 2. Adjust the document guides to the width of the document. 6-11 Chapter 6 Sending Faxes...
  • Page 140 Gently insert the document face-down (top of the document towards you) into the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) until it stops. The document is now ready for scanning. Wait until your document has been scanned completely before starting a new job. The length of the document is slightly reduced when copying or sending documents using manual feed.
  • Page 141: Setting The Resolution And Contrast

    Canon’s Ultra High Quality (UHQ send faxes with a print quality that is very close to that of the original document. The MultiPASS L60 also lets you adjust the resolution it uses in sending faxes to best suit your particular document.
  • Page 142: Setting The Scanning Contrast

    Setting the Scanning Contrast Contrast is the difference in brightness between the lightest and darkest parts of a printed document. You can adjust the contrast the MultiPASS L60 uses when scanning documents to be sent. STANDARD is the default setting and is adequate for most documents. To darken a light original, set to DARKER;...
  • Page 143 Press < < or > > to select the scanning contrast you wish to set. You can select STANDARD, LIGHTER, or DARKER. You can cancel and return to standby mode by pressing the STOP button any time before pressing the START/COPY button in step 6.
  • Page 144: Sending Methods

    Memory sending allows you to send a document easily and quickly. This method of sending scans the document into memory, and as the first page of a multipage document is being scanned, the MultiPASS L60 already begins calling the other party and transmitting the information even as the remaining pages are being scanned.
  • Page 145: Dialling Methods

    Dialling Methods There are several ways of dialling the number of the party you want to send to: Regular dialling Use the numeric buttons to dial the recipient’s fax number. One-touch speed dialling Press the one-touch speed dialling button (1 to 16) under which you have registered the number you want to send to.
  • Page 146: Sending Documents

    Manual Sending Via the Handset If you have the optional handset or a telephone connected to your MultiPASS L60, you can send faxes manually. This allows you to talk to the other party before sending the fax, which can be useful if the other party uses a single line for both voice and fax transmissions.
  • Page 147 START/COPY on the MultiPASS L60 and hang up. The LCD displays TX and the transmission number (TX/RX NO.)
  • Page 148: Memory Sending

    Memory sending is a quick and easy way to send a fax. The MultiPASS L60 scans the document into its memory as it dials the fax number. If the line is free, the MultiPASS L60 begins sending the fax as it scans the rest of the document.
  • Page 149 When the MultiPASS L60 finishes sending the fax, the display shows the TRANSMITTING OK message: If an error occurs during sending, the MultiPASS L60 will print out an error report. If this happens, try sending the fax again. See “Faxing Problems”...
  • Page 150: Adding Pages To The Document In The Automatic Document Feeder (Adf)

    20 A4, 20 letter, or 10 legal-size pages at a time when the document feed lever is set to automatic document feed. If your document has more pages than this, you can add pages while the MultiPASS L60 is scanning.
  • Page 151: Cancelling Sending

    2. To cancel sending, press If you change your mind and want the unit to continue sending, press the # button. The MultiPASS L60 will continue sending normally. After you cancel a fax, you may need to open the operation panel to remove the document from the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF).
  • Page 152: Removing The Document From The Automatic Document Feeder (Adf)

    Removing the Document From the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) Open the operation panel by gently pulling it towards you. 2. Remove the document by pulling it out from the top or bottom. Do not pull the document without opening the operation panel, otherwise the document will tear.
  • Page 153 3. When you are finished, close the operation panel by pressing it down from the centre as shown. Be sure to close the operation panel until it locks into place. Otherwise the unit will not function properly. 6-25 Chapter 6 Sending Faxes...
  • Page 154: Redialling

    MultiPASS L60 will redial the number, how long it will wait between dialling attempts, and how much of the fax the MultiPASS L60 will resend if an error occurs. You can set these options directly from the MultiPASS L60 operation panel, as described on page 6-28.
  • Page 155: Cancelling Automatic Redialling

    While the MultiPASS L60 is waiting to redial, the LCD displays AUTO REDIAL. 2. Press STOP. The MultiPASS L60 asks you to confirm that you want to cancel: 3. To cancel the redialling, press The MultiPASS L60 beeps and alternates the following displays: The unit then prints an error report (if set to print one).
  • Page 156: Setting Up Automatic Redialling

    Setting Up Automatic Redialling You can set up the following options for automatic redialling: The number of times the MultiPASS L60 attempts redialling The time interval between redialling attempts How the unit handles redialling when a transmission error occurs The factory default settings for the auto redial feature are: •...
  • Page 157 5. Press START/COPY. Press START/COPY again, then use the numeric buttons to enter the number of times you want the unit to redial (1 to 15 times*). The default setting is twice. Press START/COPY. Press START/COPY again, then use the numeric buttons to enter the time interval between rediallings.
  • Page 158 10. Press START/COPY again, then use < < or > > to select whether or not the unit redials when a transmission error occurs. Select ON to redial when a transmission error occurs; select OFF to cancel redialling when a transmission error occurs. The default setting is ON.
  • Page 159: Sequential Broadcasting

    Sequential Broadcasting Sending a Document to More Than One Destination The MultiPASS L60’s sequential broadcasting feature allows you to send a fax to a sequence of up to 117 fax numbers, using any combination of dialling methods as follows: One-touch speed dialling:...
  • Page 160 MultiPASS L60 begins sending automatically. If you have entered more than one speed dialling button or code, the MultiPASS L60 waits for 10 seconds before it begins sending. If you do not want the MultiPASS L60 to send automatically, you need to change the AUTO START TX setting.
  • Page 161: Sending A Document Using Group Dialling

    If the MultiPASS L60 memory becomes full while scanning your document, MEMORY FULL appears in the LCD display. If this happens, remove the remainder of the document from the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). You may need to open the operation panel to do so. See page 6-24 for details.
  • Page 162: Delayed Sending

    Delayed Sending Your MultiPASS L60 allows you to scan a document into its memory and send it automatically at a preset time. By using this feature, you can take advantage of lower long distance rates at night, for example. Be sure to adjust the document feed lever before loading your document.
  • Page 163 Enter the number using the numeric buttons, then press START/COPY. • You can only enter one number with the numeric buttons. 6. When you finish entering numbers, press START/COPY. The MultiPASS L60 begins scanning the document into memory. Chapter 6 SELECT LOCATIONS...
  • Page 164: Sending Other Documents While The Multipass L60 Is Set For Delayed Sending

    6-24 to remove your document from the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). You can only register one preset sending operation at a time. When the set time comes, the MultiPASS L60 dials and sends the document. Sending Other Documents While the MultiPASS L60 is...
  • Page 165: Documents Stored In Memory

    Printing a List of Documents Stored in Memory The MultiPASS L60 can print out a list of documents stored in memory, along with the transaction (TX/RX) number of each. Once you know the transaction number of a document in memory, you can resend it or delete it.
  • Page 166 6-38 Sending Faxes Chapter 6...
  • Page 167: Deleting A Document Stored In Memory

    Deleting a Document Stored in Memory Follow this procedure to delete a document from memory. Press FUNCTION, then MEMORY REF. Press START/COPY. Use < < or > > to select the TX/RX number of the document you want to delete. If you are not sure of the TX/RX number of the document you want to delete, print the list of documents stored in memory.
  • Page 168: Resending A Document That Encountered An Error

    Resending a Document that Encountered an Error If you get an error signal when sending a document from memory, you can try resending the document to the same destination without having to scan it again. Make sure that the ERASE FAILED TX setting in the TX SETTINGS is set to OFF.
  • Page 169 Press START/COPY. DIALING The document is erased from memory after it is successfully sent. 6-41 Chapter 6 Sending Faxes...
  • Page 170: Sending With The Password/Subaddress Feature

    Sending With the Password/Subaddress Feature Some fax machines will only receive faxes from other fax machines if they are sent using a password and subaddress that correspond to the password and subaddress of the receiving fax machine. This feature allows you to enter the password/subaddress (based on the ITU-T standard) of the receiving fax before sending the document.
  • Page 171 Press START/COPY, then use the numeric buttons to enter the subaddress. The subaddress can be up to 20 digits long. Press START/COPY. If the other party does not register the password, you must not enter a password. In this case, use the < < or > > button to select SELECT LOCATIONS, press the START/COPY button and go to step 7.
  • Page 172 • Be sure to press CODED DIAL before each code. Regular dialling: Enter the number using the numeric buttons, then press START/COPY. • You can only enter one number with the numeric buttons. Press START/COPY. The MultiPASS L60 begins scanning the document. 6-44 Sending Faxes 01=CANON EUROPE SCANNING P.001...
  • Page 173: Using Alternative Telephone Networks (Uk Only)

    Using Alternative Telephone Networks (UK only) The MultiPASS L60 has a built-in feature that allows you to send documents and make telephone calls with an alternative long-distance service, such as the 2300 Service of Mercury Communications Limited. If you subscribe to such a service, you can save money on most long distance international communications.
  • Page 174: Registering An Alternative Telephone Network

    Registering an Alternative Telephone Network Press FUNCTION. Use < < or > > to select USER SETTINGS. Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to select M-KEY SETTING. Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to select ON. Press START/COPY.
  • Page 175 Press START/COPY. If you selected 131P in step 6: Press START/COPY again, then use the numeric buttons to enter the ID code. This code is given to you by Mercury Telecommunications Limited. Your code can be up to 20 digits long (pauses are unnecessary). If an ID code is already registered, you will see a string of asterisks ( Press START/COPY, then press STOP to return to standby mode.
  • Page 176: Sending With An Alternative Telephone Network

    Press START/COPY. The MultiPASS L60 automatically dials the access code and ID code registered under the M button. Next, the unit dials the number of the party you are calling and connects the call.
  • Page 177: Registering Speed Dialling With The M Button

    Registering Speed Dialling With the M Button When registering numbers for one-touch or coded speed dialling, you can also register your access code and ID code. This allows you to send documents or make calls over the 2300 Service of Mercury Communications Limited at the press of one or a few buttons.
  • Page 178 6-50 Sending Faxes Chapter 6...
  • Page 179: Receiving Faxes

    This chapter describes how to use your MultiPASS L60 to receive faxes. Different Ways to Receive a Fax ... 7-2 • Setting the Receive Mode ... 7-3 • Receiving Faxes and Phone Calls Automatically: Fax/Tel Mode ... 7-4 Setting Up Fax/Tel Mode ... 7-4 What Happens When Fax/Tel Mode is Selected ...
  • Page 180: Different Ways To Receive A Fax

    In this mode, if an incoming call is a fax, the MultiPASS L60 then receives fax calls automatically, without ringing; if the call is from a person, the MultiPASS L60 rings to alert you to pick up the optional handset or telephone to answer the call. This mode is economical, in that it allows you to have phone and fax service without the expense of an additional phone line.
  • Page 181: Setting The Receive Mode

    2. If you want to change the receive mode, press RECEIVE MODE until the mode you want appears. After about five seconds, the MultiPASS L60 returns to standby mode and displays the time and the new receive mode: Chapter 7 FAX ONLY MODE ANS.MACHINE MODE...
  • Page 182: Receiving Faxes And Phone Calls Automatically: Fax/Tel Mode

    Fax/Tel Mode See page 7-3 to select Fax/Tel Mode. Set this mode if you want your MultiPASS L60 to automatically switch between voice and fax calls. For this mode, you need to have the optional handset or a telephone connected to your unit.
  • Page 183 F/T SWITCH ACTION Not all fax machines are capable of sending a FAX TONE (the CNG tone that warns the receiving fax machine that a fax is coming). For those cases the unit may think that the call coming in is a voice call and rings to alert you of the call (the amount of time it is going to ring is determined by the F/T RING TIME setting above).
  • Page 184: What Happens When Fax/Tel Mode Is Selected

    What Happens When Fax/Tel Mode is Selected Type of call Telephone Telephone charges begin for caller. MultiPASS L60 listens for FAX TONE RING START TIME (Factory default setting = 8 sec.) F/T RING TIME (Factory default setting = 22 sec.)
  • Page 185 Set the Fax/Tel Mode options as follows: 1. Press FUNCTION. < < or > > to select RX SETTINGS 3. Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to select RX MODE. 4. Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to select Fax/Tel Mode. 5.
  • Page 186 Press START/COPY. Press START/COPY again, then use the numeric buttons to enter a time between 10 and 60 seconds. This setting determines how many seconds the unit rings while waiting for someone to pick up the handset. The factory default setting is 22 seconds. Press START/COPY.
  • Page 187: Receiving Faxes Manually: Manual Mode

    MultiPASS L60. See “Connecting the Optional Handset, a Telephone, or Answering Machine” on page 2-17. In MANUAL MODE, the MultiPASS L60 rings every time it receives a call, whether the call is from a telephone or a fax machine.
  • Page 188 ID code described above. If so, make sure you change the MultiPASS L60 two-digit ID code to make it distinct from the answering machine’s security code. See pages 13-10 and 13-11 for details on changing the code via the operation panel, or see the MultiPASS Desktop Manager User’s Guide for details on...
  • Page 189: Receiving Faxes Automatically: Fax Only Mode

    Receiving Faxes Automatically: FAX ONLY MODE When the MultiPASS L60 is set up for a dedicated line, set FAX ONLY MODE to automatically receive documents whenever a call comes over the fax line. Make sure the MultiPASS L60 is set up to receive over a dedicated fax line.
  • Page 190: Using An Answering Machine: Ans.machine Mode

    Canon does not recommend using an “answering service” (like those offered by local telephone companies that provide voice mail) on the telephone line you are connecting to the MultiPASS L60. If you do subscribe to an answering service, you may want to dedicate a separate line for fax communication only and connect that line to the MultiPASS L60.
  • Page 191: Network Fax/Tel Switching (Australia Only)

    Mode. You will be unable to change the receive mode with the RECEIVE MODE button. You can also set the MultiPASS L60 for network FAX/TEL switching from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager. See the MultiPASS Desktop Manager User’s Guide for details.
  • Page 192: Network Switch System Operation

    Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to select NET. SWITCH. Press START/COPY, then press STOP to return to standby mode. Network Switch System Operation The procedure for using the network switch system is almost the same as when using the unit over a normal telephone line. When you receive calls, however, the unit will respond slightly differently as described below.
  • Page 193: Network Fax/Tel Switching (New Zealand Only)

    Mode. You will be unable to change the receive mode with the RECEIVE MODE button. You can also set the MultiPASS L60 for network FAX/TEL switching from the MultiPASS Desktop Manager. See the MultiPASS Desktop Manager User’s Guide for details.
  • Page 194: Network Switch System Operation

    Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to select NET. SWITCH. Press START/COPY, then press STOP to return to standby mode. Network Switch System Operation The procedure for using the network switch system is almost the same as when using the unit over a normal telephone line.
  • Page 195: Documents Received In Memory

    Messages Displayed When Documents are Received in Memory If the MultiPASS L60 receives a document into its memory, the LCD displays one of the following messages. These messages show the action you must take to correct the problem. CHANGE CARTRIDGE...
  • Page 196: Printing Documents Received In Memory

    When you have set the MultiPASS Desktop Manager to upload faxes to your computer, but your computer is off when a fax is received, the MultiPASS L60 receives the fax into its memory. The LCD will then display REC’D IN FILE alternately with the time and receive mode.
  • Page 197: Receiving While Registering, Copying, Or Printing

    If you receive a fax while you are making copies or printing, the MultiPASS L60 stores the incoming fax in memory. Then, as soon as you finish making copies or printing, the MultiPASS L60 automatically prints the fax. If you are entering registration information, the fax is printed as soon as it is received, and does not go into memory.
  • Page 198: Cancelling An Incoming Fax

    Cancelling an Incoming Fax To cancel an incoming fax, follow this procedure: Press STOP. Press 7-20 Receiving Faxes to stop receiving, or # to resume receiving the fax. CANCEL? YES #NO Chapter 7...
  • Page 199: Polling To Receive Faxes

    2. When you hear a beep, press START/COPY, then hang up. The MultiPASS L60 begins receiving the fax. If the sender is using a Canon fax machine which has the Polling ID function, ask him to set the Polling ID of his fax machine to 255 (1111 1111 binary number).
  • Page 200 7-22 Receiving Faxes Chapter 7...
  • Page 201: Special Features

    This chapter describes the special features of the MultiPASS L60. Special Dialling ... 8-2 • Dialling Through a Switchboard ... 8-2 Registering the Access Type and Outside Line Access Number Under the R Button ... 8-2 • Long Distance Dialling ... 8-4 How to Enter Pauses ...
  • Page 202: Special Dialling

    Dialling Through a Switchboard A PBX (Private Branch Exchange) is an on-site telephone switchboard. If your MultiPASS L60 is connected through a PBX or other telephone switching system, you have to dial the outside line access number first, and then dial the number of the party you are calling.
  • Page 203 Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to select the access line type for the switching system.* Press START/COPY. If you selected PREFIX in step 5 Press START/COPY, then use the numeric buttons to enter the outside line access number (up to 20 digits). Press REDIAL/PAUSE.
  • Page 204: Long Distance Dialling

    Long Distance Dialling When you register a long distance number, you may have to insert a pause either within or after the number. For long distance dialling, the location and length of the pause may differ depending on the telephone system.
  • Page 205: Confirming A Dial Tone

    Confirming a Dial Tone* Use this feature only when you register a number. In some areas you may have to confirm the dial tone in the middle of the facsimile number before dialling the rest of the number. This is called dial tone detection. Use the numeric buttons to enter the first part of the number until dial tone detection is required.
  • Page 206: Using Tone Dialling On A Pulse Line

    Using Tone Dialling On a Pulse Line Even if you have a pulse line, the MultiPASS L60 enables you to use tone dialling once you have connected to the number you are calling. This lets you take advantage of many services that require tones, such as selecting options from telephone “touch-line”...
  • Page 207: Restricting Use Of The Multipass L60

    Restricting Use of the MultiPASS L60 If you do not want unauthorised people to be able to make calls, set the LOCK PHONE feature to ON. To restrict access to the LOCK PHONE option, you need to register a password. Set the password and LOCK PHONE option as follows: Press FUNCTION.
  • Page 208 To register or change the current password, enter four numbers, then press START/COPY. – or – To keep the current password, press START/COPY. Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to set LOCK PHONE on or off. The default setting is OFF. Anyone can dial normally.
  • Page 209: Chapter 9 Making Copies

    Chapter 9 Making Copies This chapter describes how to make copies with your MultiPASS L60. Making Copies ... 9-2 Chapter 9 Making Copies...
  • Page 210: Making Copies

    Making Copies One of the MultiPASS L60’s convenient features is its ability to make up to 99 high-quality copies of a document. To make copies, do the following: Be sure to adjust the document feed lever before loading your document. See page 6-6 for details.
  • Page 211 You can make up to 99 copies. The MultiPASS L60 copies at 600 300 dpi for single copies, and at 300 300 dpi for multiple copies. For high resolution copying, make one copy at a time.
  • Page 212 If MEMORY FULL appears in the display while you are making multiple copies of a document, you will not be able to use the multiple copy feature for copying the document. Instead, make single copies of the document (as many times as required). To correct this situation, delete or resend any documents stored in memory.
  • Page 213: Chapter 10 Reports And Lists

    This chapter describes how to print reports and lists. These include activity reports (transmission and reception reports), lists of registered numbers, list of user’s data registered in the MultiPASS L60 and the memory clear report. Activity Report ... 10-2 Transmission (TX) Reports ... 10-3 •...
  • Page 214: Activity Report

    Activity Report The Activity Report is printed out automatically by the MultiPASS L60 after every 20 sending and receiving transactions. This report lists the details of the faxes you have sent or received so that you can keep track of the transaction operations your MultiPASS L60 has performed.
  • Page 215: Transmission (Tx) Reports

    Transmission (TX) Reports The MultiPASS L60 normally prints a report only when an error occurs during sending (TX Error Report). However, you can set the MultiPASS L60 to print a report every time you send a document (TX Report). If you send a document using memory, you can also select whether the first page of the document is printed with the report.
  • Page 216: Tx Report

    TX Report WHEN YOU SET THE FAX TO PRINT THE FIRST PAGE OF THE DOCUMENT ST. TIME USAGE T 10-4 Reports and Lists PGS. SENT Represents the time the last attempt was made to transmit a document. Represents the amount of time it took during the last attempt to transmit.
  • Page 217: Multi Tx/Rx Report

    PGS.SENT When OK appears under RESULT (see below), PGS.SENT represents the number of pages that were successfully transmitted when an error did not occur in the first attempt or in consequent retries. When NG appears under RESULT (see below), PGS.SENT indicates the last page number on which an error occurred.
  • Page 218: Reception (Rx) Report

    Normally the MultiPASS L60 does not print a reception report (RX Report) unless you set it to do so. You can set the MultiPASS L60 to print the RX Report every time you receive a document or only if an error occurs during receiving. See pages 13-6 and 13-7 for details on setting this option.
  • Page 219: Memory Clear Report

    Memory Clear Report If you experience a power failure, all documents stored in memory will be lost. As soon as power is restored, the MultiPASS L60 will automatically print a list of documents that were stored in memory before the power failure.
  • Page 220: User's Data List

    User’s Data List You can print a list of the data registered in your MultiPASS L60. This list is useful when you want to review the user data information you may have entered (such as your name and number, the date and time) and all other settings currently selected.
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  • Page 222: Speed Dialling Lists

    Speed Dialling Lists Your MultiPASS L60 can print speed dialling lists. These lists allow you to review the numbers and names registered under one-touch speed dialling buttons and coded speed dialling codes. Follow this procedure to print the lists. Press FUNCTION.
  • Page 223: One-Touch Speed Dial List

    One-Touch Speed Dial List Coded Speed Dial List Group Dial List 10-11 Chapter 10 Reports and Lists...
  • Page 224 10-12 Reports and Lists Chapter 10...
  • Page 225: Chapter 11 Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions If your MultiPASS L60 is not operating properly, use the information and suggestions in this chapter to try to solve the problem. If You Cannot Solve the Problem ... 11-2 Problems Index ... 11-3 • Paper Jams ... 11-5 Jams in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)? ...
  • Page 226: If You Cannot Solve The Problem

    If You Cannot Solve the Problem If you have a problem with your MultiPASS L60 and cannot solve it using the information in this chapter, contact your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line. If the MultiPASS L60 makes strange noises, emits smoke or strange smells, unplug it immediately and contact your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
  • Page 227: Problems Index

    Cannot send a fax? ... 11-21 Images on faxes received from the MultiPASS L60 are spotted or dirty? ... 11-22 The MultiPASS L60 cannot send a fax using ECM? ... 11-22 Errors occur frequently while sending faxes? ... 11-23 Faxing Problems—Receiving The MultiPASS L60 cannot receive faxes automatically? ...
  • Page 228 Problem Copying Problems The MultiPASS L60 will not make a copy? ... 11-28 MEMORY FULL appears in the LCD display when you are making multiple copies?... 11-28 Printing Problems The ALARM lamp comes on and the MultiPASS L60 beeps while printing? ... 11-29 Nothing prints?...
  • Page 229: Paper Jams

    Document Feeder (ADF) or the paper in its multi-purpose tray may misfeed or jam. If this happens, you can usually fix the problem using one of the following procedures. You do not need to unplug the MultiPASS L60 while clearing paper jams. Jams in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)? Use this procedure if the document in the MultiPASS L60’s Automatic...
  • Page 230 Remove the jammed page by pulling it in either direction. If the paper does not pull out easily, do not force it. Contact your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line. When you are finished, close the operation panel by pressing it down from the centre as shown.
  • Page 231 Press STOP to clear the error message. 6. If you have a multi-page document, remove the entire document from the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF), and reload it. Chapter 11 11-7 Frequently Asked Questions...
  • Page 232: Jams In The Output Slots

    “Loading Recording Paper” on page 2-35. If the paper jam occurred while a fax was being received into the MultiPASS L60 memory, that fax will print automatically when the jam is cleared. 11-8 Frequently Asked Questions...
  • Page 233: Jams Inside The Unit

    Jams Inside the Unit? 1. Open the front cover by pressing the release latches on the sides of the unit. Lift the cover forward to its open position. Do not open the front cover without pressing on the release latches as this may cause damage to your unit.
  • Page 234 Hold the cartridge by its handle and remove it from the unit. Cover the cartridge to protect it from the light. Move the paper release lever towards the back of the unit. 11-10 Frequently Asked Questions HANDLE Chapter 11...
  • Page 235 4. Locate the jammed piece of paper. First check the inside of the unit and then the front area. The fixing assembly (shaded) becomes extremely hot when the unit is in use. Be very careful not to touch it, as injury may result. 11-11 Chapter 11 Frequently Asked Questions...
  • Page 236 If the paper has jammed near the multi-purpose tray slot Hold the unit steady and pull the jammed paper straight out from the unit. Do not tear the jammed paper. If the paper tears, remove the paper scraps from the unit. Be careful not to spill the toner that is on the jammed sheet of paper.
  • Page 237 If the top edge of the paper is in the fixing assembly First move the jammed paper towards the unit (1); then pull it towards you to remove it (2). FIXING ASSEMBLY Be very careful not to touch the fixing assembly (shaded) as it becomes extremely hot during use.
  • Page 238: Jams In The Front Area Of The Unit

    Jams in the Front Area of the Unit? If the top edge of the paper has passed through the fixing assembly Pass the paper under the roller as shown. Use both hands to carefully pull the jammed paper. Be sure to pull gently, otherwise the paper may tear and remain inside the unit.
  • Page 239 If the paper has jammed near the face-up delivery slot Hold the front cover and gently pull the sheet through the exit slot. Do not close the front cover while removing a jammed sheet of paper. This will return the paper release lever to its locked position. 11-15 Chapter 11 Frequently Asked Questions...
  • Page 240 The fixing assembly (shaded) becomes extremely hot when the unit is in use. Be very careful not to touch it, as injury may result. When removing the jammed paper, be careful not to touch the transfer charging roller as its surface is very delicate and susceptible to finger oil and scratches, which may lead to print quality deterioration.
  • Page 241: After Clearing A Paper Jam

    See Appendix A, “Specifications”. Make sure you have removed any scraps of paper from inside the MultiPASS L60. Not doing so will cause paper to jam again. Chapter 11 11-17 Frequently Asked Questions...
  • Page 242: Problems Feeding Paper Into The Multipass L60

    Problems Feeding Paper into the MultiPASS L60 If you are having problems feeding paper into the MultiPASS L60, check the following table. Whenever you correct one of these problems, be sure to remove the paper from the multi-purpose tray and reload it. See page 2-35.
  • Page 243 Problem Possible cause Printing is skewed? Paper may not be stacked correctly in the multi- purpose tray. Several sheets feed Paper may not be loaded through the multi- in the multi-purpose tray purpose tray at once? correctly. Sheets of paper may be sticking together.
  • Page 244 The correct envelope size may not be selected in your printer driver. The envelopes may not meet the MultiPASS L60 specifications. Solution Make sure you load no more than one transparency. If you have difficulty feeding...
  • Page 245: Faxing Problems

    Faxing Problems Use the following tables to solve problems that can occur when sending and receiving faxes with the MultiPASS L60. Sending Faxes Problem Possible cause Cannot send a The MultiPASS L60 may fax? have overheated and shut itself down.
  • Page 246 If none of the above solve the problem, try unplugging the MultiPASS L60 for at least five seconds, then plugging it back in. If the problem persists, contact your local authorised Canon dealer or the Canon help line. Please note that any documents stored in memory will be erased when the MultiPASS L60 is unplugged.
  • Page 247 ECM? be turned off. (continued) ECM sending on the MultiPASS L60 may be turned off. Errors occur frequently The phone line may be in while sending faxes? poor condition, or you may have a poor connection.
  • Page 248: Receiving Faxes

    The MultiPASS L60 may have a document in memory, stored in memory. See leaving very little or no memory available. Solution For the MultiPASS L60 to receive faxes automatically, it must be in FAX ONLY MODE, ANS.MACHINE MODE, or Fax/Tel Mode.
  • Page 249 Make sure the paper in the multi-purpose tray meets the requirements given on page 4-2. Make a copy with your MultiPASS L60. If the copy looks all right, then your MultiPASS L60 is operating properly. Contact the sender and have them check their fax machine.
  • Page 250 Problem The MultiPASS L60 cannot receive faxes using ECM? (ECM RX does not appear in the LCD display when receiving.) Nothing prints? Received faxes are blotched or uneven? Errors occur frequently while receiving? 11-26 Frequently Asked Questions Possible cause The sending fax machine may not support ECM.
  • Page 251: Telephone Problems

    Problem Possible cause The MultiPASS L60 The telephone line may not cannot dial? be connected properly. The MultiPASS L60 may not be set for the type of telephone line you have (pulse/tone). The phone disconnects The MultiPASS L60 while you are talking...
  • Page 252: Copying Problems

    The document may not be placed correctly in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). The handset may be off its hook. The MultiPASS L60 may not be operating properly. The MultiPASS L60’s memory is full. Solution Make sure the document you are copying is set in the...
  • Page 253: Printing Problems

    Printing Problems If you are having problems printing with the MultiPASS L60, check the problems and solutions listed in the following table. Problem Possible cause The ALARM lamp The MultiPASS L60 comes on and the may have a paper jam.
  • Page 254 The computer’s parallel port may be disabled. A device time-out occurs when the PC sends data to the MultiPASS L60, but the MultiPASS L60 does not respond. The MultiPASS L60 may be unplugged, not connected to the PC, or have a paper jam.
  • Page 255 Chapter 11 Solution Make sure the PC and application are configured correctly for communicating with the MultiPASS L60. See the MultiPASS Desktop Manager User’s Guide. Check the parallel interface cable’s connections. See page 2-15. Make sure you are using a bi-directional parallel interface cable.
  • Page 256 MultiPASS L60 Printer Driver. See the MultiPASS Desktop Manager User’s Guide. Remove the printout as soon as it exits the MultiPASS L60 and then roll it in the direction opposite of the curl. Use the paper delivery selector to select face-up delivery.
  • Page 257: Print Quality Problems

    Problem Possible cause Print is not clear? The medium you are using may not be supported by the MultiPASS L60. You may be printing on the wrong side of the paper. The printout has Toner may be low or be vertical white streaks? unevenly distributed.
  • Page 258: General Problems

    The power cord may not be securely plugged into the unit. The power cord may not be supplying power. The MultiPASS L60 may not be receiving power. Solution Make sure the power cord is plugged securely into the unit and into a wall outlet.
  • Page 259: If A Power Cut Occurs

    If a Power Cut Occurs If power to the MultiPASS L60 is cut off, any documents stored in its fax memory will be lost. (The MultiPASS L60 automatically prints a list of the lost documents when power is restored.) Because of this, you should be sure to print documents stored in memory or resend them as soon as possible.
  • Page 260: Error Codes, Messages, And Solutions

    Error Codes, Messages, and Solutions This table lists the messages that appear in the MultiPASS L60 LCD display and the corresponding error codes that appear in activity reports, and tells what to do for each. Message Error Code AUTO REDIAL...
  • Page 261 #009 COMMUNICATING PLEASE WAIT DOC TOO LONG #003 Chapter 11 Cause The MultiPASS L60 image memory may be full because the toner cartridge ran out of toner. — The toner cartridge is not installed properly. The front cover is open.
  • Page 262 The document is longer than 1 metre. — The document in the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) is ready for scanning. — The MultiPASS L60 is receiving a fax using ECM. — The MultiPASS L60 is sending a fax using ECM. —...
  • Page 263 #022 NOT AVAILABLE PLEASE WAIT REC’D IN MEMORY Chapter 11 Cause — The MultiPASS L60 is sending a fax and its memory is full. — Shows how much of the MultiPASS L60’s memory is in use. The receiving fax machine does not answer.
  • Page 264 — You pressed the STOP button to cancel the transmission. — When the MultiPASS L60 sends or receives a fax, it assigns a unique identification number to it. Action Turn your PC on to upload the fax to your PC, or print out the fax as described on page 7-18.
  • Page 265: Maintaining Your Multipass L60

    Cleaning the MultiPASS L60 ... 12-2 • Cleaning the MultiPASS L60 Exterior ... 12-2 • Cleaning the Inside of the MultiPASS L60 ... 12-3 • Cleaning the Scanner Components... 12-6 Replacing the Toner Cartridge ... 12-9 Transporting the MultiPASS L60 ...12-10...
  • Page 266: Cleaning The Multipass L60

    When the power cord is disconnected, the image memory is completely erased. Therefore, before you begin cleaning the MultiPASS L60, be sure to print any faxes stored in its memory. If REC’D IN MEMORY or REC’D IN FILE appear in the LCD display, follow the steps on page 7-17 or 7-18 to print out the document.
  • Page 267: Cleaning The Inside Of The Multipass L60

    Cleaning the Inside of the MultiPASS L60 To prevent toner powder and paper dust from accumulating and affecting the quality of the unit’s printing, clean the inside of the MultiPASS L60 periodically as follows. When you unplug the unit, any faxes stored in memory will be erased.
  • Page 268 DO NOT TOUCH THE TRANSFER CHARGING ROLLER (BLACK) Do not touch the transfer charging roller (black) at the back, as this may affect the print quality of your faxes. 12-4 Maintaining Your MultiPASS L60 HANDLE Chapter 12...
  • Page 269 5. When you have finished cleaning the MultiPASS L60, replace the toner cartridge. Gently press the cartridge into the unit as far as it will go. Press down and back on the cartridge’s handle. 6. Close the front cover. Use both hands to lift the cover back into its closed position.
  • Page 270: Cleaning The Scanner Components

    Be sure to print out any documents received in memory before unplugging the unit. See pages 7-17 and 7-18. Unplug the MultiPASS L60. Open the operation panel. 3. Use a soft, dry clean cloth to clean the scanning glass and rollers (shaded areas).
  • Page 271 Dirt and dust particles that collect on the underside of the operation panel also affect the quality of documents you copy and send. 5. Use a soft, dry clean cloth to wipe up paper dust around the rollers. 12-7 Chapter 12 Maintaining Your MultiPASS L60...
  • Page 272 When you are finished, close the operation panel by pressing it down from the centre as shown. Be sure to close the operation panel until it locks into place. Otherwise the unit will not function properly. Plug the MultiPASS L60 back in. 12-8 Maintaining Your MultiPASS L60 Chapter 12...
  • Page 273: Replacing The Toner Cartridge

    If you cannot solve a print quality problem after following the steps in Chapter 11, “Frequently Asked Questions”, you may need to replace the FX-3 toner cartridge. For instructions on replacing the toner cartridge, see “The Toner Cartridge” on page 2-27. 12-9 Chapter 12 Maintaining Your MultiPASS L60...
  • Page 274: Transporting The Multipass L60

    10. Pack the MultiPASS L60 and all its components into its original shipping carton. Use the illustration on page 2-5 for reference. If you no longer have the shipping carton your MultiPASS L60 came in, pack the unit in a suitably sized, sturdy cardboard box, using bubble wrap, foam peanuts, or other suitable packing materials.
  • Page 275: Chapter 13 The Menu System

    This chapter summarises the MultiPASS L60 menu system. Use the information here as a guide to help you customise operations your unit performs. Understanding the Menu System ... 13-2 Accessing the TEL REGISTRATION Menu ... 13-2 Accessing the USER SETTINGS Menu ... 13-4 Accessing the REPORT SETTINGS Menu ...
  • Page 276: Understanding The Menu System

    Understanding the Menu System The MultiPASS L60 menu system allows you to customise the way your unit operates. The menu system consists of seven menus, each containing settings that control different functions of your MultiPASS L60. This chapter outlines the various menus and shows you how to use them.
  • Page 277 TEL REGISTRATION Name Description 1-TOUCH SPD DIAL See page 5-3, “One-Touch Speed Dialling”. TELEPHONE NUMBER NAME CODED SPEED DIAL See page 5-11, “Coded Speed Dialling”. TELEPHONE NUMBER NAME GROUP DIAL See page 5-19, “Group Dialling”. TELEPHONE NUMBER NAME Chapter 13 Settings –...
  • Page 278: Accessing The User Settings Menu

    Accessing the USER SETTINGS Menu Press FUNCTION. Use < < or > > to select USER SETTINGS. Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to select the item you want to set or change. See the following table for a list of the items you can select. Press START/COPY, then use <...
  • Page 279 RX CALL LEVEL Adjust the volume of incoming calls. TEL LINE TYPE Set the dialling method the MultiPASS L60 uses to match the type of phone line you have. R-KEY SETTING Set the PBX type through which your unit is connected.
  • Page 280: Accessing The Report Settings Menu

    Accessing the REPORT SETTINGS Menu Press FUNCTION. Use < < or > > to select REPORT SETTINGS. Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to select the item you want to set or change. See the following table for a list of the items you can select. Press START/COPY, then use <...
  • Page 281 REPORT SETTINGS Name Description TX REPORT Enable/disable automatic printing of the transmission report. PRINT ERROR ONLY prints the transmission report only when a transmission error occurs. OUTPUT YES prints the transmission report every time you send a document. OUTPUT NO turns off the transmission report feature. TX CONFIRM If you choose OUTPUT YES or PRINT ERROR ONLY, set REP.
  • Page 282: Accessing The Tx Settings Menu

    Accessing the TX SETTINGS Menu Press FUNCTION. Use < < or > > to select TX SETTINGS. Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to select the item you want to set or change. See the following table for a list of the items you can select. Press START/COPY, then use <...
  • Page 283 MID PAUSE SET Set the length of the pause you insert into a dialling sequence. AUTO REDIAL Set whether the MultiPASS L60 redials if it fails to get a response on the first attempt. REDIAL TIMES Set the number of retries.
  • Page 284: Accessing The Rx Settings Menu

    Accessing the RX SETTINGS Menu Press FUNCTION. Use < < or > > to select RX SETTINGS. Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to select the item you want to set or change. See the following table for a list of the items you can select. Press START/COPY, then use <...
  • Page 285 * Set to NET. SWITCH when using the FaxStream DUET service (Australia only) or the FaxAbility service (New Zealand only). ** Even if you have set INCOMING RING to ON, the MultiPASS L60 will only ring if you have connected the optional handset or a telephone.
  • Page 286: Accessing The Fax Printer Menu

    Accessing the FAX PRINTER Menu Press FUNCTION. Use < < or > > to select FAX PRINTER. Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to select the item you want to set or change. See the following table for a list of the items you can select. Press START/COPY, then use <...
  • Page 287 FAX PRINTER Name Description PAPER SIZE Select the size of the paper loaded in the multi-purpose tray. AUTO RX REDUCE Reduce received faxes to fit on the recording paper. TONER SAVING Enable/disable economy printing (toner saving feature). By enabling TONER SAVING, toner consumption can be decreased by as much as fifty percent, resulting in a longer effective cartridge life.
  • Page 288: Accessing The System Settings Menu

    Accessing the SYSTEM SETTINGS Menu Press FUNCTION. Use < < or > > to select SYSTEM SETTINGS. Press START/COPY, then use < < or > > to select the item you want to set or change. See the following table for a list of the items you can select. Press START/COPY, then use <...
  • Page 289 Set this to a lower speed if you have difficulties connecting over long distance or noisy lines. RX START SPEED Set the speed at which the MultiPASS L60 starts receiving. Set this to a lower speed if you have difficulties connecting over long distance or noisy lines.
  • Page 290 13-16 The Menu System Chapter 13...
  • Page 291 Appendix A Specifications The specifications for the MultiPASS L60 are listed in this section. General... A-2 Plain Paper Fax... A-4 Copier ... A-6 Telephone ... A-6 Printer ... A-7 • Printable Area: Papers ... A-8 • Printable Area: Envelopes ... A-9 Scanner ...
  • Page 292: Appendix A Specifications

    Liquid crystal display: Display languages: Power source: Power consumption: Dimensions Weight: Based on Canon FAX Standard Chart No.1, ECM-MMR, standard mode ** Based on Canon FAX Standard Chart No.1, standard mode Specifications Public Switched Telephone Network MH, MR, MMR (ECM-MMR) FAX modem...
  • Page 293 Environmental requirements: Applicable standards: Interface: Appendix A • Temperature: 10°–32.5°C • Humidity: 20%–80% RH • Electrical safety: GS, FIMKO • Radiation: CISPR Pub22, Class B • PTT • Energy Star compliant IEEE 1284 compatible parallel interface Specifications...
  • Page 294: Plain Paper Fax

    Transmission time: Resolution: Scanning image processing: * Based on 75 g/m ** Based on Canon FAX Standard Chart No. 1, A4, standard mode. Specifications • 20 A4- or letter-size sheets • 10 legal-size sheets • 1 sheet Maximum: Automatic document feed:...
  • Page 295 Recording paper weight: 64–90 g/m Fax printing speed: Dialling: Networking: Report/reference: Toner saver: * Based on Canon FAX Standard Chart No. 1, A4, standard mode. Appendix A Laser Beam printing • A4 (210 297 mm) • Letter (8.5 11 in.) •...
  • Page 296: Copier

    Copier Scanning resolution: Printing resolution: Default size: Reduction sizes: Copy speed: Multiple copies: Telephone • Automatic FAX/TEL switchover • Answering machine connection (CNG detecting signal, no sound) • Telephone connection • Optional handset connection • Remote reception by telephone (Default reception ID: 25) •...
  • Page 297: Printer

    Printer Printing method: Printing resolution: Paper handling: Multi-purpose tray capacity: Manual feed slot capacity: Recording paper sizes: Envelope sizes: Media types: Recording paper weight: 64–90 g/m Printing width: Appendix A Laser beam printing 600 dpi Automatic feed/Manual feed • 100 sheets of A4/letter/legal (75 g/m •...
  • Page 298: Printable Area: Papers

    Printable Area: Papers The shaded area in the following figure shows the printable area for papers. Printable area: A4 size 210 mm Max. 4.0 mm Max. 5.0 mm 297 mm Max. 5.5 mm Max. 10.1 mm Specifications Letter size Legal size 8.5"...
  • Page 299: Printable Area: Envelopes

    Printable Area: Envelopes The shaded portion in the following figure shows the printable area for envelopes. Printable area: European DL 110 mm 220 mm Max. 5.5 mm Scanner Scanning method: Scanning image processing: Appendix A U.S. Commercial No. 10 4.1" 9.5"...
  • Page 300: Document Sizes

    Scanning resolution: Automatic document feeder capacity:* Manual document feeder capacity:* Document sizes Document thickness: Document weight: Effective scanning width: Compatibility: Scanning speed: *Based on 75 g/m A-10 Specifications • Up to 600 • 20 A4- or letter-size sheets • 10 legal-size sheets •...
  • Page 301: Document Sizes

    Document Sizes The following illustrations show the largest and smallest documents you can feed into the MultiPASS L60. 216 mm 216 mm Appendix A 148 mm UP TO A MAXIMUM OF 32 MINUTES FOR EACH PAGE OR 355.9 mm IN LENGTH 88.9 mm...
  • Page 302 The figure below shows how much of an A4-, letter-, or legal-size document the MultiPASS L60 scans when faxing or scanning. The margins of 3.0 mm on either side of the sheet and 4.0 mm on the top and bottom are outside the MultiPASS L60’s scanning area. A-12 Specifications...
  • Page 303: Pc Interface

    2 metres • CD-ROM Drive • Canon proprietary MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows ® • Fax/Telephone address book • Fax Viewer • Fax Log • Fax distribution lists • Real-time MultiPASS L60 hardware status available through PC Specifications ® A-13...
  • Page 304 A-14 Specifications Appendix A...
  • Page 305: Package Contents

    This section describes the optional equipment available for use with the MultiPASS L60. Optional Handset ... B-2 • Package Contents ... B-2 • Attaching the Handset to Your Unit ... B-3 • Control Panel and Functions ... B-6 • Maintaining Your Handset ... B-8...
  • Page 306: Appendix B Options

    Optional Handset The optional handset is available for connection to your MultiPASS L60. Contact your Canon dealer for more information. Package Contents Make sure you have the following items. If anything is damaged or missing, notify your Canon dealer immediately.
  • Page 307: Attaching The Handset To Your Unit

    Attaching the Handset to Your Unit To attach the handset to your unit, follow these steps: 1. Use a screwdriver to remove the two covers on the left side of the unit. 2. Remove the screws from the plugs and insert the plugs into the holes on the handset cradle.
  • Page 308 4. Insert the screws into the plugs and push them in with your finger. If you cannot push the screws in with your finger, use a phillips screwdriver to push them in. (Do not screw them in as the screws may break.) Make sure the screws are inserted all the way into the plugs.
  • Page 309 When carrying the unit, do not lift it by the handset cradle as it may break. If you need to remove the handset cradle after it is installed, use a small phillips screwdriver to remove the two screws. Appendix B Options...
  • Page 310: Control Panel And Functions

    Ringer Equivalence Number (R.E.N.) (UK only) Your British Telecom line has a maximum R.E.N. capacity of 4. Your Canon unit has a R.E.N. value of 1 (unless otherwise stated), and this handset also has a R.E.N. value of 1. You can therefore use additional equipment with a total R.E.N.
  • Page 311 q R Button This button can be used when the handset is connected to a PBX or a System ‘X’ exchange. The R button is used to obtain a second line to the PBX while holding the original line (for example, when transfer- ring a call from one extension to another or when using some of the new features of the System ‘X’...
  • Page 312: Maintaining Your Handset

    Maintaining Your Handset Follow these guidelines to maintain your handset in top working condition. Do not leave your handset exposed to direct sunlight. Do not install your handset in hot or humid conditions. Do not spray aerosol polishes on your handset as they may enter the holes on your handset and cause damage.
  • Page 313: Glossary

    Glossary Alternating current. The type of electrical current available from a wall outlet. Activity report A journal of the MultiPASS L60’s fax transactions, both sent and received. Address Book The MultiPASS Desktop Manager provides you with an electronic Address Book that allows you to create a list of people with their phone/fax numbers.
  • Page 314 MultiPASS L60. Automatic image reduction The MultiPASS L60 can print the date, time, company name, and a fax number at the top of the faxes it receives. To prevent this information from crowding the faxed image on the page and possibly lengthening the fax, the MultiPASS L60 automatically reduces the size of the image on the page.
  • Page 315 Cursor The underline symbol you see on the LCD display when you register < < or > > button to numbers and names in the MultiPASS L60. Press the move the cursor. Delayed sending The ability to send a document at a preset time in the future. You do not have to be in your office to use delayed sending to one or more destinations.
  • Page 316 Dual access (Multitasking) Enables the MultiPASS L60 to receive a fax, even if it is copying or printing a document. Also enables you to load other faxes into memory, make copies, print out reports, print documents or register information while the MultiPASS L60 sends a fax from memory.
  • Page 317 This means that you can press just one or three buttons to enter numbers when sending the same document to many destinations. Halftone Using this method, the MultiPASS L60 produces shades of grey by mapping dots to be printed. IEEE 1284 IEEE 1284 is the new specification standard for PC-to-peripheral bi- directional parallel interface communications.
  • Page 318 You attach the cable that connects your computer and MultiPASS L60 to this port. Jack The telephone receptacles on your wall or on your MultiPASS L60 used to connect the MultiPASS L60 to the telephone line, answering machine, optional handset, or telephone.
  • Page 319 Canon’s exclusive software package that allows you to use the MultiPASS L60 with your Windows software applications. You must install the MultiPASS Desktop Manager to use your MultiPASS L60 as a printer, scanner, and PC fax. Noise A term applied to a variety of problems that impair the operation of telephone lines used for faxing.
  • Page 320 PC fax An electronic way to send and receive faxes. A PC fax is sent from or received in a computer. The MultiPASS L60 allows you to send and receive PC faxes, and the MultiPASS Desktop Manager lets you save, sort, and print the PC faxes.
  • Page 321 MultiPASS L60 will begin to call the other party, and transmit the information even as the remaining pages are being scanned. The MultiPASS L60 scans the document quickly so you can get it back in a few moments and return to work.
  • Page 322 MultiPASS L60. Remote reception Activating fax reception by answering a telephone that is connected to the MultiPASS L60, but that is not located near the MultiPASS L60. You need to dial a remote receiving ID number to start remote reception. Report A document printed by the MultiPASS L60 and containing information about the faxes it has sent or received.
  • Page 323 Rotary pulse A telephone dialling system where a dial is rotated to send pulses to the telephone switching system. When you pulse dial, you hear clicks. When you touch-tone dial, the most common dialling system, you hear tones. Rotary pulse dialling requires certain setting adjustments. See Receiving.
  • Page 324 Standby The mode in which the MultiPASS L60 is on and ready to use. All operations start from standby mode when the LCD displays the time and receiving mode. Timed sending See Delayed sending. TONE A button that allows you to temporarily switch to touch-tone from pulse dialling.
  • Page 325 Because your MultiPASS L60 supports TWAIN, you can use the scanning features of the MultiPASS L60 with any Windows application that also supports TWAIN. TWAIN, the industry...
  • Page 326 G-14 Glossary...
  • Page 327: Index

    1-TOUCH SPD DIAL setting 13-3 Access number registering 8-2, 8-3 Access type registering 8-2, 8-3 Activity Report printing 10-2 sample 10-2 ADF See Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) ALARM lamp explanation 2-23 ALARM VOLUME setting 13-5 Alternative telephone networks 6-45 to 6-49 registering 6-46, 6-47 sending with 6-48 ANS.MACHINE MODE...
  • Page 328 setting up 6-28 to 6-30 B.T. adaptor 2-17 Bi-directional parallel port 2-22 connecting to 2-15 Broadcasting sequential 6-31 to 6-33 BUSY/NO SIGNAL message 11-36 Buttons See individual button names Calling restricting 8-7, 8-8 CALLING message 11-36 CALLING VOLUME setting 13-5 Cancelling automatic redialling 6-27 manual redialling 6-26...
  • Page 329 LIGHTER 6-14 setting 6-14, 6-15 STANDARD 6-14 Conventions type 1-13 Copying 9-2 to 9-4 features 1-6 problems 11-28 receiving while 7-19 reduction 9-2, 9-3 resolution 9-2 speed 1-6 Cover front 2-20, 2-21 Customer support 1-14, 11-2 D.T. button explanation 2-26 using 8-5 Date entering 3-11...
  • Page 330 Document feed lever explanation 2-23 using 6-6 DOCUMENT READY message 11-38 Documentation MultiPASS Desktop Manager for Windows User’s Guide 1-11 MultiPASS L60 User’s Guide 1-11, 1-12 DURATION setting 13-11 ECM (Error Correction Mode) 1-4 ECM RX message 11-38 setting 13-11...
  • Page 331 FAX ONLY MODE description 7-2 selecting 7-3 using 7-11 FAX PRINTER menu accessing 13-12 description 3-8 settings 13-13 Fax/Tel Mode description 7-2 selecting 7-3 setting up 7-4 to 7-8 FaxAbility capability 7-15 FaxOnly See FAX ONLY MODE FaxStream DUET capability 7-13 FaxTel See Fax/Tel Mode Features copier 1-6...
  • Page 332 Jack answering machine 2-17, 2-22 optional handset 2-17, 2-22 telephone 2-17, 2-22 telephone line 2-16, 2-22 Jams afer clearing 11-17 in Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) 11-5 to 11-7 in front area 11-14 to 11-16 in output slots 11-8 inside unit 11-9 to 11-13 paper 11-5 to 11-17 KEYPAD VOLUME setting 13-5 Label...
  • Page 333 M button 6-45 to 6-49 M label 2-6 attaching 6-45 M-KEY SETTING 13-5 Maintenance See Chapter 12 MAN/AUTO SWITCH setting 13-11 Manual feed slot 2-20 mode See MANUAL MODE redialling 6-26 sending via the handset 6-16, 6-18, 6-19 Manual document feed document requirements 6-3 loading documents 6-11, 6-12 selecting 6-6...
  • Page 334 registering your 3-12, 3-13 NAME setting 13-3 Network FAX/TEL switching setting for Australia 7-13, 7-14 setting for New Zealand 7-15, 7-16 New Zealand FaxAbility 7-15, 7-16 network FAX/TEL switching 7-15, 7-16 NO ANSWER message 11-39 NO RX PAPER message 11-39 NO TEL # message 11-39 NOT AVAILABLE message 11-39 Numbers...
  • Page 335 attaching 2-13 Paper rest 2-6, 2-20 attaching 2-12 PAPER SIZE setting 13-13 Parallel interface cable 2-7 connecting 2-15 PASSWORD setting 13-15 Password/subaddress sending with 6-42 to 6-44 Pause entering 8-4 PBX 2-26, 8-2 connecting 2-15 dialling 6-17 requirements 1-10 PC fax features 1-6 Plain paper fax features 1-4...
  • Page 336 REC’D IN FILE message 7-18, 11-40, 12-2 REC’D IN MEMORY message 11-39, 12-2 Receive mode ANS.MACHINE MODE 7-2, 7-3, 7-12 AnsMode See ANS. MACHINE MODE FAX ONLY MODE 7-2, 7-3, 7-11 Fax/Tel Mode 7-2, 7-3, 7-4 to 7-8 FaxOnly See FAX ONLY MODE FaxTel See Fax/Tel Mode Manual See MANUAL MODE MANUAL MODE 7-2, 7-3, 7-9, 7-10...
  • Page 337 your name 3-12 Release latch 2-20, 2-22 REMOTE RX ID setting 13-11 REMOTE RX setting 13-11 Removing document from ADF 6-24, 6-25 shipping materials 2-9, 2-10 Replaceable parts 2-11 Replacing cartridge 2-29 to 2-34, 12-9 Report 10-2 to 10-7 activity 10-2 error TX 10-3 memory clear 10-7 multi TX/RX report 10-5...
  • Page 338 Selector paper delivery 2-20, 4-8, 4-9 Sending alternative telephone network 6-48 cancelling 6-23 delayed 6-34 to 6-36 documents 6-18 to 6-21 manual via the handset 6-16, 6-18, 6-19 memory 6-16, 6-20, 6-21 methods 6-16 multiple destinations 6-31 to 6-33 password/subaddress 6-42 to 6-44 preparing to send 6-3 problems 11-21 to 11-23 resending after error 6-40, 6-41...
  • Page 339 System requirements 1-10 SYSTEM SETTINGS menu accessing 13-14 description 3-8 setting 13-15 TEL LINE TYPE setting 13-5 TEL REGISTRATION menu accessing 13-2 description 3-7 settings 13-3 Telephone connecting 2-17 features 1-8 jack 2-22 problems 11-27 Telephone line 2-6 connecting 2-16 jack 2-22 setting type 3-14 TELEPHONE NUMBER setting 13-3...
  • Page 340 TX START SPEED setting 13-15 TX TERMINAL ID setting 13-5 TX/RX CANCELLED message 11-40 TX/RX NO. nnnn message 11-40 Type conventions 1-13 (Ultra High Quality) 1-4, 6-13 ™ alternative telephone networks 6-45 to 6-49 B.T. adaptor 2-17 M label 2-6, 6-45 UN/LOCK PHONE setting 13-15 Unit 2-6 assembling 2-12 to 2-14...