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Epson X-PRF 1000 Owner's Manual

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  • Page 2: Important Notice

    IMPORTANT NOTICE Pages of a multi-page document must be between 0.06 and 0.09 mm thick. If they are not, transmit them one by one or use a copier to copy them and send the copies instead. If a document stops partway through the feeder, press STOP to remove it.

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    TELEPHONE INFORMATION This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. On the rear panel of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, the FCC Registration number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment. You must, upon request, provide this information to your telephone company.

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    Epson Dealer or Epson Customer Care Center. Epson will. at its option, repair or replace on an exchange basis the defective unit, without charge for parts or labor.

  • Page 5: Copyright Notice

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY Epson America makes no representations or warranties, either express or implied, by or with respect to anything in this manual, and shall not be liable for any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose or for any indirect, special, or consequential damages.

  • Page 6: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read all of these instructions and save them for later reference. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Choosing a Place for the Fax Machine..... . . 1-2 Assembling the Fax Machine ....... 1-2 Connecting the Handset .

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    You hear continuous ringing and the receiving party’ s fax machine does not pick up ....4-2 The receiving party complains that document image quality is poor.

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    The telephone does not ring......4-6 Cleaning the Interior of the Fax Machine ....5-1 Cleaning the Exterior of the Fax Machine.

  • Page 10: Introduction

    Introduction Features About This Manual The Epson PriorityFax™ 1000 is an advanced desktop facsimile machine and telephone that combines high speed and quality with a wide range of features. In addition to its compact design and ease of operation, this fax...

  • Page 11: Conventions Used In This Manual

    Warnings must be followed carefully to avoid damage to your fax machine and to ensure that your fax machine operates correctly. Customer service for Epson products is provided by a network of authorized Epson Customer Care Centers throughout the United states.

  • Page 12: Setting Up The Priorityfax

    This chapter takes you through the steps of unpacking, assembling, and testing the fax machine. As you unpack the fax machine, check that you have all the items shown below and none have been damaged during transportation. After removing the contents, store the packaging materials in case...

  • Page 13: Choosing A Place For The Fax Machine

    Choosing a Place for the Fax Machine Assembling the Fax Machine WARNING Lift the fax machine by its body, never by the telephone or cradle. handset When you select a location for your fax machine, keep the following in mind: Place the fax machine Select a vibration-free area.

  • Page 14: Connecting The Handset

    Installing a single-line telephone connection The first step in assembling the fax machine is attaching the handset to the unit. Locate the insert opening on the front end of the telephone cradle and plug in one end of the curled handset cord. Push firmly to be sure it is locked.

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    Plug one end of the telephone line cord (the flat cord) into the back of the fax machine, as shown below. Plug the other end into your modular telephone wall jack (USOC RJ11C). Make sure both ends of the cord click securely into place.

  • Page 16: Installing A Multi-line Telephone Connection

    The larger of the two paper holders, the output tray, receives incoming and copied documents. You can position the output tray at a 90° angle to the fax machine at the front edge of the table you are using, so that incoming or copied documents fall directly into the output tray.

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    PriorityFax 1000 Manual Place the fax machine at the edge of the table and locate the two notches on the front underside of the fax machine. Holding the output tray base level, press the tabs extending from the output tray base into the notches on the front of the fax...

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    Rear Front hole Place the output tray in front of you and insert each of the two wire paper holders into the holes at the edge of the output tray, as shown below. To attach output tray to holes on either side of the output tray base. Then pegs on side of the output tray into these holes, as either...

  • Page 19: Installing The Paper Rest

    The smaller of the paper holders, the paper rest, is used to hold documents that you have just faxed to others. To install the paper rest, follow these steps: Locate the grooves at the back of the fax machine, right below the back control panel.

  • Page 20: Plugging In The Fax Machine

    Technical Specifications, Chapter 6. Plug the power cord into a properly grounded electrical outlet. You do not need to turn the fax machine on or off. Now you should insert the recording paper roll. Set t in g Up t h e Priorit yFax...

  • Page 21: Inserting The Recording Paper Roll

    Priorit yFax 1000 M anual Inserting the Recording Paper Roll 1-10 Follow these steps to insert the recording paper roll. WARNING The recording paper is heat-sensitive. Avoid exposure to high temperature, high humidity, direct sunlight, alcohol, or blueprints. Otherwise, documents may become discolored.

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    Note Be sure not to insert the paper roll upside down. If the paper roll is inserted upside down, the fax machine cannot produce an image. Place the paper into the machine. Then pull approximately five inches (15 cm) of paper from the top of the roll and insert the end of the paper under the paper cutter guide, as shown in the illustration below.

  • Page 23: Reloading Paper

    WARNING Always use the proper type of recording paper in this fax machine. Epson PriorityFax paper is recommended. The indicator light lets you know when to replace the paper roll. When approximately four inches (10 cm) of paper is left, PAPER message light goes on.

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    Insert the document into the feeder as shown in the illustration below. If the document is less than 8.5 inches wide, adjust the document guide on the right to match the width of the paper. The paper is drawn slightly into the fax machine. START/COPY Press START.

  • Page 25: Using The Priorityfax

    The buttons, message lights, and switches on control panels let you control many of the fax machine’ s settings. The keypad and buttons on the telephone handset also control some fax functions discussed later in this chapter.

  • Page 26: Message Lights

    STOP. ADD PAPER. When this light is on, your fax machine has approximately four inches of paper or less left on the paper roll. The back control panel contains three switches.

  • Page 27: Switches

    Using t h e Priorit yFax Switches CONTRAST. Moving this switch adjusts darkness or lightness based on the document you are sending. Choose for dark if you CONTRAST D N L have a dark document, for normal if no adjustment is required, for light if you have a light document.

  • Page 28: Replacing The Batteries

    Included with the PriorityFax is a test document for you to send to Epson. It is ideal for your first exercise in sending a document. Simply follow the steps on the next page.

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    START. press Then hang up. The fax machine pulls the document through the slot as it sends it; then it beeps once when transmission is complete. The receiving fax machine prints the page number at the top of A transmission verification message automatically prints out on your fax machine.

  • Page 30: Document Sending Cautions

    When you send a document, remember that the fax machine cannot read text or images closer than 0.15 inches (3.8 mm) to any of the four edges of the document.

  • Page 31: Sending Documents More Than Five Pages Long

    Dial the fax number and press As the pages are fed into the fax machine, notice when there is only one page left. Then place the next four pages face down on top of the page that is still in the feeder and far as they will go.

  • Page 32: Receiving Documents

    If you wish, you can use the RING DELAY panel to have the fax machine wait four rings before beginning fax reception. The document you are receiving begins-appearing from the paper slot at the front of the fax machine.

  • Page 33: One-touch And Speed Dial Faxing

    Don’ t worry about missing a switch off and are away and unable to answer your telephone. After ten rings with no answer, the fax machine begins automatic reception anyway. You can dial the fax numbers you use most often by pressing only one key (for up to three numbers) or only three keys (for up to 17 more numbers).

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    Priorit yFax 1000 M anual 2-10 While holding down the DIAL TONE RESET telephone number using the keypad. If you are using an international press access code, the rest of the number. Also, code such as 9 before a telephone number, press code.

  • Page 35: Speed Dial Faxing

    Speed Dial Faxing Registering speed dial fax numbers STORE MEMORY O P E R You can register up to 17 speed dial numbers for dialing frequently called fax numbers by pressing two number keys. Fist you must register the fax numbers. Note Speed dial may be used for telephone numbers as well as fax numbers.

  • Page 36: Using Speed Dial Faxing

    Priorit yFax 1000 M anual Using speed dial faxing S T O R E M E M O R Y START/COPY Manual Redial REDIAL The Add Paper Message Light 2 - 1 2 Repeat the steps to create speed dial fax numbers 04 above through 19.

  • Page 37: Using The Priorityfax As A Telephone

    Buttons and Switches REDIAL The PriorityFax offers you sophisticated, yet easy-to-use telephone capabilities. You can use your fax machine for voice conversation even when it is set to automatic fax reception mode. Note Before using the memory features, you must remove the insulation strip from your memory batteries in the handset.

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    Move the switch toward the back of the fax machine for a loud tone, to the middle for a quiet tone, and toward the front to turn off the ring.

  • Page 39: Adjusting The Handset Volume And Ringer Switches

    To adjust the loudness of the ring: Locate the ringer switch on the right side of the telephone cradle. Move the stitch toward the back of the fax machine for a loud tone, to the middle for a quiet tone, and toward the front to turn off the ring.

  • Page 40: One-touch Telephone Dialing

    Priorit yFax 1000 M anual One-touch Telephone Dialing Registering One-touch Telephone Numbers REDIAL The PriorityFax allows you to register three one-touch telephone numbers for dialing frequently called numbers by pushing just one button. If you prefer using one-touch dialing for fax numbers, see Chapter 2 First you must register the one-touch telephone numbers.

  • Page 41: Using One-touch Telephone Dialing

    Using One-touch Telephone Dialing Press Release the DIAL TONE RESET is now stored and can be dialed with the Write down an identification next to label on the telephone cradle. Repeat the above steps to create up to two more one-touch telephone numbers.

  • Page 42: Troubleshooting

    The documents may be too thick or too thin. Use a copier other than the fax machine to reproduce the original document. Then send the copy. The documents may be wrinkled, wet, curled, or tom. Use a copier other than the fax machine to reproduce the document.

  • Page 43: Documents Cannot Be Fed Into The Fax Machine

    2-6 and 2-7. For detailed drawings or photos, use the fine or photo modes. Clean the inside of the fax machine as described in Chapter 5 and make another copy. If none of these methods improves the image quality, take...

  • Page 44: Documents You Sent Are Received Blank

    (continued) Receiving Documents you sent are received blank. Be sure you sent the document through the fax machine face d ow n . Resend the document, being careful to place the document in the feeder face d ow n .

  • Page 45: The Telephone Rings Continuously

    The scanning area may be dirty. See Chapter 5 for cleaning i n s t r u c t i o n s . You may be using the wrong type of paper. Use Epson PriorityFax recording paper for best results.

  • Page 46: No Image Appears On The Paper Roll

    Try copying again. P rint q ual it y of t h e copy is poor. You may be using the wrong type of paper. Use Epson PriorityFax recording paper for best results. After checking the type of paper you are using, try the following...

  • Page 47: The Telephone Does Not Ring

    Priorit yFax 1000 M anual Th e t e l e ph one doe s not ring. Telephone (continued) The ringer switch is off. Move the ringer switch foward.

  • Page 48: Maintenance

    To maintain optimum printing quality, clean your PriorityFax after every three or four rolls of recording paper you use. To clean the interior of the fax machine, follow these steps: WARNING Unplug the machine before cleaning it to avoid electric shock.

  • Page 49: Cleaning The Exterior Of The Fax Machine

    Use a dry cloth to gently wipe off any excess alcohol from the newly cleaned interior. Replace the recording paper roll as described in Chapter 1. To clean the exterior of the fax machine, use a dry cloth to gently wipe off any dirt from the surface. WARNING Do not use water, alcohol, thinner, or any other organic solvent on the exterior of the machine.

  • Page 50: Technical Specifications

    6 Technical Specifications Type Transmission Mode Compatibility Coding System Transmission Speed Transmission Time Document input Size Recording Roll Size Paper Recording Paper Roll Type Effective Scanning Width Scanner Method Recorder Type Resolution Gray Scale Document Feeder Paper Cutter Dialing Method Station Memory Power Source Communications Source...

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    Priorit yFax 1000 M anual Operating Environment 41 - 95º F, 10 - 75% humidity Dimensions 17.25” W x 11” D x 4.7” H (Including Handset) Weight (Including Handset) 13.2 lbs Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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    A transmission mode used by the fax machine to transmit camera images containing a great deal of detail. See al so gray scale.

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