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    HP Fax 1200 Series...

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    You operate your HP Fax using the front panel. You change the settings by using the front-panel buttons and menu system. The following shows the left side of the front panel. Chapter 1—Review your unit’s front panel...

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    HP Fax 1200 Series The following shows the right side of the front panel. Chapter 1—Review your unit’s front panel...

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    If you have Internet access, you can get help from the HP Web site at: www.hp.com This Web site also provides user forums and answers to frequently asked questions.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Chapter 2—Get help...

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    Use paper that accepts ink well to produce the best results. We recommend that you test a variety of paper types before buying large quantities. Find a paper type that produces the results you want and that is easy to purchase. HP Premium Inkjet papers are designed for the best results.

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    HP Restickable Inkjet Stickers can be used to create repositionable kids’ stickers. They are easy to stick and easy to remove. Available in square or round shapes, they are made with HP Bright White Paper to allow vibrant colors and crisp text. •...

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    HP Fax 1200 Series For best results, adjust the paper settings each time you change paper types. For more information, see “Set the paper type.” Pull out the bottom (input) tray, and slide the paper-width and -length adjusters to their outermost positions.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Slide the paper-width and -length adjusters in until they stop at the edges of the paper, and be sure that the paper stack lies flat in the input tray and fits under the tab of the paper-length adjuster.

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    • HP Premium or Premium Rapid-Dry Inkjet Transparency Film: Insert the film so that the white transparency strip, with arrows and the HP logo, is on top and is going into the tray first. • HP Iron-On T-Shirt Transfers: Flatten the transfer sheet completely before using it;...

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    Copier paper or letterhead Plain Paper HP Bright White Inkjet Paper Plain Paper HP Premium Inkjet Transparency Film Transparency HP Premium Inkjet Rapid-Dry Transparency Film RapidDry Trans HP Premium Photo Paper Photo Paper HP Premium Inkjet Paper Premium Inkjet HP Premium Inkjet Heavyweight Paper...

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    If you are working with originals that are printed on 16-24 lb. (60-90 gsm) plain paper or HP Premium Inkjet paper, you can load more than one in the automatic document feeder (ADF). If you are working with photos or originals of an odd size (no smaller than 3-by- 3 inches or 76-by-76 millimeters), load them in the ADF one at a time.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Chapter 3—Load paper or transparency film, or load originals...

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    Using your HP Fax, you can: • Produce high-quality copies using a variety of paper types and sizes, including iron- on transfers. • Reduce or enlarge the size of the copies you make from 25% to 400% of the copy’s original size.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series All copy settings selected on the front panel are reset two minutes after the unit completes the copy job unless you save the settings as the default settings. For more information, see “Change settings for all future copy jobs.”...

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    HP Fax 1200 Series You can reduce or enlarge a copy of an original by selecting reduction/enlargement percentages. If the margins of your full-size original are smaller than the minimum margin settings supported by your unit, they will be cut off during the copy process. To obtain a full copy of a full-size original, select Full Page 91%.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Use Text Enhancements (TE) to sharpen the edges of black text. It is turned on by default. (It is automatically turned off if you select Photo Mode.) Turn TE off only if: • Stray dots of color surround some text on your copies.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Your unit lets you restore the original copy settings to what they were when you purchased it. Press Menu. Press 1, and then press 7. Press ENTER to restore the factory default settings. The factory default settings are restored.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Use the Mirror feature to reverse text and images so that they appear backwards on the output. After the transfer is ironed onto a T-shirt, the picture appears properly on the shirt. We recommend that you practice applying a T-shirt transfer on an old garment first.

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    Send and receive paper faxes. • Send and receive color faxes. If you send a color fax and your HP Fax determines that the recipient has a black-and-white fax unit, your HP Fax will interrupt the send process and resend the fax in black and white.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Your HP Fax is set to print a report only if there is a problem with sending or receiving a fax. A confirmation message that indicates whether an item was successfully sent appears briefly on the front-panel display after each transaction. If you need printed confirmation that your faxes are successfully sent, follow these instructions before sending any faxes.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series If you send a fax from your HP Fax, broadcasting lets you send a black-and-white fax to one group, which can contain up to 20 individual speed-dial entries. To use broadcasting, the fax must fit into your HP Fax’s memory; otherwise, an error occurs.

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    The light next to Auto Answer is off when the feature is disabled. Press the Auto Answer button to turn it on or off. When your HP Fax rings, pick up the handset of a telephone that is on the same telephone line as your HP Fax.

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    “Generate automated reports.” After the report that you want appears, press ENTER. Your HP Fax lets you change the resolution and contrast of documents that you are sending. Your changes remain in effect until you change them again.

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    Follow the voice prompts. Your fax will automatically be sent when the receiving fax answers. You can set your HP Fax to redial a busy or an unanswered number automatically. These options do not work for off-hook dialing. Press Menu.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Use this setting to enter fax numbers that you will reuse frequently. You can create up to 100 (varies by model) numbers (individual and group). Press Menu, and then press 4. 4:Speed Dial Setup appears briefly, followed by 1:Individual Speed Dial.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series • If the displayed number is correct, press ENTER to add it to the group. • To select a different number, press until the appropriate number appears, and then press ENTER to select it. After Add Another appears, press 1 for Yes if you want to add another individual number to the group or press 2 for No.

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    After the state that you want appears, press ENTER. This setting determines what your HP Fax does if it receives a fax too large for the default paper size. With this setting on (the default), the image is reduced so that it fits on one page.

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    Press 2, and then press 3. Follow the messages that appear on the display. This feature lets your HP Fax “ask” another fax unit for the fax it has waiting. The other unit must be set for polling and have a fax ready to send.

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    You want your HP Fax to answer before the answering machine; otherwise, your HP Fax will not receive fax calls. Your unit is automatically set to answer after one ring. If you want to change the number of rings after which your HP Fax answers, do the following: •...

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    Press ENTER to restore the factory default settings. Your HP Fax can store a limited number of fax pages in its memory, with the number of pages depending on the model you purchased. When your HP Fax runs out of memory to store faxes, it will not receive any more until the stored faxes are printed.

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    The unit prints a report, which contains the following: • Product information: Have this information available if you need to call HP Customer Care for assistance. • Print-cartridge test patterns: The left patterns are for the black cartridge; the right patterns are for the color cartridge. If there are gaps in the lines, clean the print cartridges (for more information, see “Clean the print cartridges”).

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    HP Fax 1200 Series The print cartridges have microscopic nozzles that can clog when exposed to the air for more than a few minutes. The unit is designed to prevent nozzles from drying out when it is idle and when it is turned off using the On button located on the front panel.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Do not touch the gold-colored contacts. Push the new black cartridge firmly down into the slot on the right. The print-cartridge label should be facing you after the cartridge is inserted. Chapter 6—Maintain the unit...

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Lower the print-cartridge latch down onto the top of the cartridge, and push down until the latch locks firmly into place. After you are done, both cartridges should be in place and the latches should be closed.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Follow these steps to replace the cartridge. Turn on the unit, and open the top cover. The carriage moves to the center of the unit. After the carriage stops moving, flip up the print-cartridge latch on the left, grasp the top of the old print cartridge (the thicker one), and pull it up and out of its slot.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Push the new color cartridge firmly down into the slot on the left. The print-cartridge label should be facing you after the cartridge is inserted. Chapter 6—Maintain the unit...

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Lower the print-cartridge latch down onto the top of the cartridge, and push down until the latch locks firmly into place. After you are done, both cartridges should be in place and the latches should be closed.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series A message on the front-panel display asks you to align the cartridges every time you install or replace a cartridge. When you “align” the print cartridges, the unit automatically adjusts the cartridges to ensure high-quality output.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Follow these steps to clean each print cartridge. • Remove the cartridge from the holder. • Dip a clean cotton swab into distilled water, and squeeze any excess water from the swab. • Grasp the cartridge by its sides or top.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series The bulb in your unit remains on for a specified period so that the unit is immediately ready to respond to your request. When the unit has not been used within that specified period of time, it turns the bulb off to preserve power and displays Power Save On in the front-panel display.

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    This section provides procedures and tips for resolving issues that you may encounter while working with your HP Fax. Follow these steps to clear a paper jam. • If the paper has jammed where it enters the unit, take the edge of the paper, and gently pull the paper out the front of the unit.

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    What You Should Do Error __. Turn power off and Turn the power off and then on again. If this does not work, record the error number and contact HP. Error __. Record number, and then call for service. Error: Incorrect [black or •...

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Message What You Should Do Not allowed. Select Speed Dial, You have pressed an incorrect key combination. Enter then Start. the speed-dial number, and then press Start. Open door. Clear carriage jam, • Are you using the unit for the first time? Make sure and then press Enter.

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    After you insert a cartridge, press ENTER. Receive failed The HP Fax could not receive a fax. Reload document, and then Your unit cannot load the original from the ADF. restart job.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Error Code Error Definition 27-30 A communication error occurred. Try again. No account number. No manufacturing ID. No phone number. Invalid group. A communication error occurred. Try again. 223 ECM One or more received pages may not be readable.

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    Has the HP Fax been disconnected from power? When display is incorrect. you turn the HP Fax off, it saves the date and time settings as long as it is plugged into a power supply. Without power, the date and time is saved for three days.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Issue What You Should Do Fax transmission is slow • Does your fax contain a lot of graphics? Complex faxes take longer to send because the data has to transfer over the phone line. • Do you have a noisy phone-line connection? A noisy connection may affect transmission speed.

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    “Set the Rings to Answer setting.” • Do you have a telephone answering machine on the same phone line? If your HP Fax is on the same phone line as an answering machine, you may need to change the number of rings. For more information, see “Use an answering machine not...

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    • Is the telephone wall-outlet working properly? Try connecting a working telephone and phone cord into the wall outlet you are using for the HP Fax. If the phone does not work, call your local phone company for service. If the phone does work, try reconnecting the HP Fax to the telephone outlet using a different phone cord.

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    • Is the Auto Answer feature set correctly? Check the extension lines green light next to the Auto Answer button in the front panel. If the light is off, the HP Fax will not automatically answer the phone when it rings. For more information, see “Set the answer mode.”...

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    Auto Answer button on the front panel is on. If the light is off, the HP Fax will not automatically answer the phone when it rings. For more information, see “Set the answer mode.”...

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    • Is the telephone wall-outlet working properly? Try connecting a working telephone and phone cord into the wall outlet you are using for the HP Fax. If the phone does not work, call your local phone company for service. If the phone does work, try reconnecting the HP Fax to the telephone outlet using a different phone cord.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Issue What You Should Do Output contains streaks or • Is the paper loaded correctly in the input tray? lines. - Make sure the input tray is not overfilled. The paper must fit within the guides. Make sure the guides do not inhibit how the paper moves.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Issue What You Should Do Pages of a fax I sent are missing • Did each page of your original get picked up from the ADF? Sometimes pages are missing because two or more pages of your original fed into the ADF at the same time.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Issue What You Should Do Parts of original do not appear • Is your original positioned correctly? Check the or are cut off. location of your original. • Is the original larger than the paper size in the input...

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Issue What You Should Do The print carriage is stalled. • Is the unit on? Look at the front-panel display (if the display is blank, the unit is off), or check for green lights on the front panel. Check the connections.

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    Follow these steps to enter your name and fax number. In Hungary, the subscriber identification code (fax header) can be set or changed only by authorized personnel. For more information, contact your authorized HP dealer. On the front panel, press Menu.

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    To set the answer mode, choose one of the following: • If you want your HP Fax to answer every fax call automatically, verify that Auto Answer is enabled. (The light next to Auto Answer on the front panel is on when the feature is enabled.

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    If you use an answering machine (that is, you press buttons on a separate machine to hear your phone messages) and it is not available for connection to your HP Fax, verify that Auto Answer is disabled on the front panel. (The light next to Auto Answer is off when the feature is disabled.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Chapter 8—Additional setup information...

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Chapter 9—Use Hewlett-Packard’s support services...

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    The following specifications are subject to change without notice. • Digital image processing • Up to 99 copies from original • Digital zoom from 25 to 400% • 600-by-600 dpi scan resolution • Copy speeds vary according to the complexity of the document. Speed (cpm) Print Resolution (dpi) Best...

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    110 lb. index max (200 gsm) Transparency film * Maximum capacity † Output tray capacity is affected by the type of paper and the amount of ink you are using. HP recommends emptying the tray frequently. Paper sizes Type Size Paper Letter: 8.5-by-11 in.

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    EMC: CE, VCCI, VSMI, FCC, C-Tick Print Cartridges HP Reorder Number HP black print cartridges 51645A, 51645G HP color print cartridges C6578A, C6578D If you have Internet access, you can get more information from the HP Web site at: www.hp.com Chapter 10—Technical information...

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    HP Fax 1200 Series The following sections describe product requirements from various regulatory agencies. This equipment complies with FCC rules, Part 68. On this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, the FCC Registration Number and Ringer Equivalent Number (REN) for this equipment. If requested, provide this information to your telephone company.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: •...

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    HP Fax 1200 Series This product is designed to work with the analog telephone networks in the following countries: German Netherlands France Spain Italy Belgium Luxembourg Switzerland Austria Denmark Sweden Norway Finland Ireland Greece Portugal Network compatibility depends on customer selected settings, which must be reset to use the equipment on a telephone network in a country other than where the product was purchased.

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    HP Fax 1200 Series According to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014 Manufacturer’s Name and Address: Hewlett-Packard Company, 16399 West Bernardo Drive, San Diego, CA 92127-1899, USA declares that the product Product Name: HP Fax 1200 Series Model Number(s): C6747A, C8664A (EU/Aust./New Zealand only)

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Chapter 10—Technical information...

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    HP Fax 1200 Series ,QGH[ number of 16 paper-type settings 10 address book photo 17 send faxes to groups 25 quality 14 set up speed dialing 24 recommended paper choices 6 adjust sound volume for fax 28 reduce 15 align print cartridges 38...

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    HP Customer Support 61 recommended choices 5 HP Distribution Center 63 recommended for copying 6 HP papers - tips on loading 9 tips on loading 9 paper size - change for copy or fax 10 paper type - set 10...

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    HP Fax 1200 Series fax reports 22 factory default 17 faxes stored in memory 30 Fast copy quality 14 margins 66 fax header 57 Self-Test Report 31 lighten a copy 15 print cartridges Normal copy quality 14 align 38 paper-type for copy 10...

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    HP Fax 1200 Series Index...

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    *C8461-90231* *C8461-90231*...

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