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AR-FX10
(for AR-C262M)
FACSIMILE EXPANSION KIT
OPERATION MANUAL
• BEFORE USING
THE FAX FEATURE
• BASIC OPERATIONS
• USING CONVENIENT
FUNCTIONS 1
• USING CONVENIENT
FUNCTIONS 2
• USING CONVENIENT
FUNCTIONS 3
• PROGRAMMING
• TROUBLESHOOTING

• KEY OPERATOR

PROGRAMS
• APPENDIX
Be sure to become thoroughly familiar with this manual to gain
the maximum benefit from the product.
Before installing this product, be sure to read the installation
requirements and cautions sections of the "Operation manual
(for general information and copier operation)".
Be sure to keep all operation manuals handy for reference
including this manual, the "Operation manual (for general
information and copier operation)" and operation manuals for
any optional equipment which has been installed.
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  • Page 1: Key Operator

    MODEL AR-FX10 (for AR-C262M) FACSIMILE EXPANSION KIT OPERATION MANUAL Page • BEFORE USING THE FAX FEATURE • BASIC OPERATIONS • USING CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS 1 • USING CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS 2 • USING CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS 3 • PROGRAMMING • TROUBLESHOOTING • KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS •...
  • Page 2 I I I I FAX interface cable and Line cable: These special accessories must be used with the device. I I I I Notice for Users in Europe This equipment complies with the requirements of Directive 1999/5/EC. Dieses Gerät entspricht den Anforderungen der EU-Richtlinie 1999/5/EG. Cet appareil est conforme aux exigences de la directive 1999/5/CE.
  • Page 3: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing this product. This manual only explains the facsimile functions of the product. For safety precautions and general information on using the machine such as loading paper, clearing misfeeds, and handling peripheral units, see the "Operation manual (for general information and copier operation)". For other functions, see the following manuals as appropriate: Copier function: See "Operation manual (for general information and copier operation)".
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Page CHAPTER 3 INTRODUCTION ............0-1 TO USE THIS PRODUCT CORRECTLY AS A USING CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS 1 FACSIMILE ..............0-4 G IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ....0-5 ADVANCED TRANSMISSION METHODS G NOTICE FOR USERS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW Page ZEALAND.............. 0-5 SENDING THE SAME DOCUMENT TO MULTIPLE DESTINATIONS SINGLE...
  • Page 5 CONTENTS CHAPTER 5 CHAPTER 8 USING CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS 3 KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS CONVENIENT METHODS OF USE Page KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS ........8-2 Page G KEY OPERATOR PROGRAM LIST ...... 8-2 USING AN EXTENSION PHONE ....... 5-2 G USING THE KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS..8-3 G SENDING A FAX AFTER TALKING (MANUAL G EXPLANATION OF SETTING PROGRAMS..
  • Page 6: To Use This Product Correctly As Afacsimile

    TO USE THIS PRODUCT CORRECTLY AS A FACSIMILE Several points must be kept in mind when using this product as a facsimile. Please note the following: I I I I Line connection Use the telephone cable supplied to connect the machine to a telephone line.
  • Page 7: Important Safety Information

    TO USE THIS PRODUCT CORRECTLY AS A FACSIMILE IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION If any of your telephone equipment is not operating properly, you should immediately remove it from your telephone line, as it may cause harm to the telephone network. The AC power outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
  • Page 9 CHAPTER 1 BEFORE USING THE FAX FEATURE This chapter contains basic information about using the fax features of this product. Please read this chapter before using the fax features. Page POINTS TO CHECK AND PROGRAM AFTER INSTALLATION....1-2 CONNECTING AN EXTENSION PHONE ..........1-2 CONNECTING AN EXTENSION PHONE ........
  • Page 10: Points To Check And Program After Installation

    POINTS TO CHECK AND PROGRAM AFTER INSTALLATION After installing the unit and before using it as a fax machine, check the following points and program the required information. I I I I Make sure the fax power switch is turned on In addition to the main switch (see page 1-4 of the "Operation manual (for general information and copier operation)"), the machine also has a fax power switch (see "Fax power switch"...
  • Page 11: A Look At The Operation Panel

    A LOOK AT THE OPERATION PANEL The operation panel used for the fax function is described below. Touch panel (following page) [C] key (clear key) • Messages and keys appear on the touch panel. Use to clear a mistake when entering fax numbers, Key input is accomplished by touching the keys.
  • Page 12: G Fax Mode (condition Settings Screen)

    A LOOK AT THE OPERATION PANEL FAX MODE (CONDITION SETTINGS SCREEN) The condition settings screen of fax mode is displayed by pressing the [IMAGE SEND] key while the print mode, copy mode, or job status screen appears in the touch panel. In the explanations that follow, it is assumed that the initial screen that appears after pressing the [IMAGE SEND] key is the condition settings screen (shown below).
  • Page 13 A LOOK AT THE OPERATION PANEL [ORIGINAL] key (page 1-8) [EXPOSURE] key (page 1-10) Touch this key to change the exposure setting for Touch this key when you wish to manually set the the original to be scanned. The selected exposure size of the original to be scanned or scan both setting will be highlighted above the key.
  • Page 14: Originals

    ORIGINALS ORIGINALS THAT CAN BE FAXED I I I I Original sizes Minimum original size Maximum original size Using reversing A5: 210 mm (width) x 148 mm (length) 297 mm (width) x 431.8 mm* (length) automatic document (8-1/2" (width) x 5-1/2" (length)) (11"...
  • Page 15: Loading A Document

    LOADING A DOCUMENT A document can be loaded in the reversing automatic document feeder or on the document glass. Use the reversing automatic document feeder when faxing a large number of sheet originals. Use the document glass to fax originals that cannot be scanned using the reversing automatic document feeder such as thick or thin sheet originals or bound originals such as books.
  • Page 16: Checking The Size Of A Loaded Original

    CHECKING THE SIZE OF A LOADED ORIGINAL When a standard-size* original is placed, the original size is automatically detected (automatic original detection function) and displayed in the top half of the STANDARD [ORIGINAL] key. Check the key to make sure that the original size has been RESOLUTION correctly detected.
  • Page 17: Selecting Resolution And Exposure Settings

    SELECTING RESOLUTION AND EXPOSURE SETTINGS After loading an original, you can adjust the resolution and exposure settings to match the condition of the original --for example, if it has small or faint characters, or if it is a photo. After loading the original in fax mode, adjust the settings as explained below.
  • Page 18: G Selecting The Exposure

    SELECTING RESOLUTION AND EXPOSURE SETTINGS SELECTING THE EXPOSURE The initial exposure setting is AUTO. To change the setting, follow these steps: I I I I Change the exposure. Touch the [EXPOSURE] key. NOTE When using the document glass to scan pages, the AUTO exposure setting can be changed each time you EXPOSURE...
  • Page 19: Convenient Dialing Methods

    (refer to page 2-3). There are two types of auto-dialing: one-touch dialing and group dialing. To program auto-dial numbers, refer to pages 6-3, 6-6. G One-touch dialing No.001:SHARP CORPORATION Simply press a one-touch key and then press the [BLACK 0666211221 COPY START] key to dial the programmed location.
  • Page 21: Basic Operations

    CHAPTER 2 BASIC OPERATIONS This chapter explains basic operations such as sending and receiving faxes. Page SENDING A FAX ..................2-2 BASIC PROCEDURE FOR SENDING FAXES....... 2-2 TRANSMISSION BY AUTO-DIALING (ONE-TOUCH DIALING AND GROUP DIALING)..............2-3 FAXING A TWO-SIDED ORIGINAL..........2-4 PRIORITY TRANSMISSION OF A STORED JOB .........
  • Page 22: Sending A Fax

    SENDING A FAX BASIC PROCEDURE FOR SENDING FAXES Make sure the machine is in fax mode. If needed, adjust the exposure setting. (Refer to page 1-10.) When [IMAGE SEND] key light is on, AUTO EXPOSURE the machine is in fax mode.
  • Page 23: G Transmission By Auto-dialing

    FOR SENDING FAXES" (previous page). destination. Refer to page 1-5 for READY TO SEND. Touch the [ADDRESS DIRECTORY] key. information on using the address directory screen. SHARP CORPORATION CORPO.TPS The address directory The key you touched is SHARP GROUP AKER REDIAL screen appears.
  • Page 24: G Faxing A Two-sided Original

    SENDING A FAX FAXING A TWO-SIDED ORIGINAL Follow the steps below to automatically send a two-sided document. Make sure the machine is in fax mode. Touch the [OK] key. When [IMAGE You will return to the REDIAL SEND] key light is on, the initial screen.
  • Page 25 SENDING A FAX I I I I Quick On-line When you use the reversing automatic document feeder to send a multi-page document and there are no previously stored jobs waiting or in progress (and the line is not being used), the machine dials the destination after the first page is scanned and begins transmitting scanned pages while the remaining pages are being scanned.
  • Page 26: Priority Transmission Of A Stored Job

    PRIORITY TRANSMISSION OF A STORED JOB If you have an urgent transmission job and multiple transmission jobs have already been stored, you can give priority to the urgent job so that it will be transmitted immediately after the job currently being executed. This is done from the job status screen.
  • Page 27: Receiving Faxes

    RECEIVING FAXES When another fax machine sends a fax to your machine, your machine will ring*, automatically receive the fax, and begin printing (this is called automatic reception). NOTES G You can store a transmission job while fax reception is in progress (See "Storing transmission jobs (memory transmission)"...
  • Page 29: Using Convenient Functions 1

    CHAPTER 3 USING CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS 1 ADVANCED TRANSMISSION METHODS This chapter explains fax features for special situations and purposes. Please read those sections that are of interest to you. Page SENDING THE SAME DOCUMENT TO MULTIPLE DESTINATIONS IN A SINGLE OPERATION (BROADCAST TRANSMISSION) ....3-2 USING BROADCAST TRANSMISSION .........
  • Page 30: Sending The Same Document To Multiple Destinations In Asingle Operation (broadcast Transmission)

    SENDING THE SAME DOCUMENT TO MULTIPLE DESTINATIONS IN A SINGLE OPERATION (BROADCAST TRANSMISSION) This feature is used to send a document to multiple destinations in a single operation. The document to be transmitted is scanned into memory and then successively transmitted to the selected destinations. This feature is convenient for such purposes as distributing a report to company branches in different locations.
  • Page 31: G Using Broadcast Transmission

    ADDRESS REVIEW appears, touch the [ADDRESS DIRECTORY] key to display the address directory screen. Check the destinations. CORPO.TPS (See page 1-4.) SHARP GROUP auto-dial When you have finished highlighted when touched. SELECT ADDRESS TO DELETE. checking destinations, touch the ADDRESS REVIEW...
  • Page 32: Time (timer Transmission)

    AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SPECIFIED TIME (TIMER TRANSMISSION) This feature enables you to set up a transmission or polling operation to be performed automatically at a specified time up to a week in advance. This is convenient when you will be out of the office or for transmission at off-peak nighttime rates.
  • Page 33: Transmission And Reception Using The Polling Function

    TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION USING THE POLLING FUNCTION This function can only be used if the other machine is a Super G3 or G3 machine and supports the polling function. The polling function allows your machine to call a fax machine that has document data set and initiate reception of the document.
  • Page 34 (page 1-5). CORPO.TPS (See 1-4 page.) DUAL PAGE The [POLLING] key is PROGRAM SHARP GROUP SCAN If you are performing serial highlighted polling, touch the [NEXT polling icon appears. ADDRESS] To cancel polling, touch the [POLLING] key once repeat this step.
  • Page 35: Using An Extension Phone

    TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION USING THE POLLING FUNCTION USING POLLING MEMORY This function sends a document previously scanned into memory to a receiving machine when the receiving machine calls and polls your machine. (If desired, you can restrict polling to fax machines whose fax number you have programmed in your machine.
  • Page 36 TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION USING THE POLLING FUNCTION I I I I Printing document data in the Public Box To check a document that is stored in the public box, follow these steps to print it out. If no documents have been stored, the [PUBLIC BOX] key will be greyed out. In fax mode, touch the [SPECIAL MODES] Touch the [PUBLIC BOX] key.
  • Page 37: Own Number Sending

    All pages that you fax include this information. Example of fax page printed out by the receiving machine 11/JUN/2004/FRI 15:00 SHARP PLANNING DIV. FAX No. 0666211221 P. 001/001 (1) Date and time: programmed in the custom settings (page 2-13 of "Operation manual (for general information and copier operation)").
  • Page 38: Faxing A Divided Original (dual

    FAXING A DIVIDED ORIGINAL (DUAL PAGE SCAN) When an open book is scanned and faxed, you can use this function to divide the two open pages of the book into two separate fax pages. This function can only be used when the original is scanned using the document glass. Your machine The other machine Book or sheet original...
  • Page 39: Programming Frequently Used Operations

    PROGRAMMING FREQUENTLY USED OPERATIONS This function allows you to store the steps of an operation, including the destination and scanning settings, into a program. This function is convenient when you frequently send documents, such as a daily report, to the same destination.
  • Page 40: Transferring Received Faxes To Another Machine When Printing Is Not Possible (forwarding Function)

    TRANSFERRING RECEIVED FAXES TO ANOTHER MACHINE WHEN PRINTING IS NOT POSSIBLE (FORWARDING FUNCTION) When printing is not possible because of a paper, toner, or other problem, you can transfer received faxes to another fax machine if that machine has been appropriately programmed in your machine. This function can be conveniently used in an office or other workplace where there is another fax machine connected to a different phone line.
  • Page 41: Using Convenient Functions 2

    Normally these functions require that the other fax machine be a similar Sharp machine; however, F-code transmission enables these functions to be performed with any other machine that supports F-code transmission.
  • Page 42: Transmission Between Machines Supporting F-codes

    This machine supports the "F-code" standard as established by the ITU-T*. Operations such as relay broadcast transmission and confidential transmission previously could only be performed with another Sharp fax machine; however, F-Code communication makes it possible to perform these operations with fax machines of other manufacturers that support F-Code communication.
  • Page 43: G Entering (dialing) A Fax Number With A

    [C] key and re- [ADDRESS CORPO.TPS enter the correct digit(s). DIRECTORY] SHARP GROUP display address directory screen (refer to page 1-4). If the sub-address and passcode have been programmed into the one-touch key, the following Touch the [SUB ADDRESS] key once steps are not needed.
  • Page 44: Sub-address And Passcode

    MARKETING GROUP NOTE SHARP BRANCH EX When creating the memory box, you can select whether to have the scanned document data automatically cleared after polling, or left it in the box to allow PUBLIC BOX repeated polling.
  • Page 45: G Procedure For F-code Polling

    ) appears to the right of a memory box key, document data has been stored in that box and you can print it out. MARKETING GROUP However, the contents cannot be printed or deleted while the memory box is being SHARP BRANCH EX used for transmission. PUBLIC PROCEDURE FOR F-CODE POLLING Make sure that a document has not been loaded in the document feeder tray or on the document glass, and then follow the steps below.
  • Page 46: F-code Confidential Transmission

    F-code confidential transmission. NOTES G This machine does not support Sharp's previous confidential transmission function, which uses the programmed sender's fax number and ID code. G Refer to pages 6-10 through 6-14 for the procedures for creating, editing, and deleting F-code confidential memory boxes.
  • Page 47: G Printing A Document Received To An F- Code Confidential Memory Box

    SLA SCANNER TEAM MARKETING GROUP received document SLA SCANNER TEAM SHARP BRANCH EX data. A memory box cannot be selected while it is being used for transmission. NOTE If received data remains in an F-code confidential memory box, the memory box cannot be deleted.
  • Page 48: F-code Relay Broadcast Transmission

    "relay request transmission". NOTES G This machine does not support Sharp's previous relay broadcast function, which uses the programmed sender's number and relay ID code. G To create an F-code relay broadcast memory box and program, edit, and delete end receiving machines, refer to pages 6-10 to 6-14.
  • Page 49: G Using The F-code Relay Broadcast

    F-CODE RELAY BROADCAST TRANSMISSION USING THE F-CODE RELAY BROADCAST FUNCTION (your machine is the relay machine) When a document is received from a relay request machine, the F-code relay broadcast function transmits the document to the end receiving machines using a memory box only if the sub-address and passcode sent by the relay request machine are correct.
  • Page 51: Using Convenient Functions 3

    CHAPTER 5 USING CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS 3 CONVENIENT METHODS OF USE This chapter explains functions that widen the scope of use of the fax machine. Please read those sections that are of interest to you. Page USING AN EXTENSION PHONE ............5-2 SENDING A FAX AFTER TALKING (MANUAL TRANSMISSION)..
  • Page 52: Using An Extension Phone

    CORPO.TPS to return to the initial screen of fax mode or DIRECTORY] scanner mode, whichever mode was selected SHARP GROUP display address last. To switch to fax mode from scanner mode, directory screen (see touch the [SCANNER/FAX] key (see on page page 1-4).
  • Page 53: G Using An Extension Phone To Receive A Fax

    USING AN EXTENSION PHONE USING AN EXTENSION PHONE TO RECEIVE A FAX The machine normally receives faxes automatically after ringing (page 2-7); however, when an extension phone is connected, you can set the reception mode to "MANUAL RECEPTION". This will allow you to talk to the other party first and then receive a fax.
  • Page 54: Receiving A Fax After Talking (manual Reception)

    USING AN EXTENSION PHONE RECEIVING A FAX AFTER TALKING (MANUAL RECEPTION) When an extension phone is connected to the machine and you have set the reception mode to "MANUAL RECEPTION" (previous page), you can talk to a person sending a fax manually and then begin fax reception without breaking the connection.
  • Page 55 CHAPTER 6 PROGRAMMING This chapter explains the procedures for programming and the information programmed in auto dial keys (one-touch and group keys), programs, user indexes, and memory boxes. Page PROGRAMMING ..................6-2 STORING, EDITING, AND DELETING AUTO DIAL KEYS AND PROGRAMS ...................
  • Page 56: Programming

    PROGRAMMING Auto dial keys (one-touch keys and group keys), user indexes, and memory boxes are stored, edited and deleted at the operation panel of the machine. This chapter explains the procedures for storing, editing, and deleting using the operation panel. STORING, EDITING, AND DELETING AUTO DIAL KEYS AND PROGRAMS This section explains the procedures for storing, editing, and deleting auto-dial keys (one-touch keys and group keys)
  • Page 57: Storing One-touch Keys

    Touch the [INDEX] key. NOTES G For information on sub-addresses and passcodes, see "TRANSMISSION BETWEEN MACHINES NAME SHARP CORPORATION SUPPORTING F-CODES" on page 4-2. G A maximum of 64 digits can be entered, including FAX No INDEX the fax number, sub-address, passcode, any KEY NAME pauses (hyphens), and slashes "/"...
  • Page 58 If you do not wish to If you wish to program another one-touch REGISTRATION IS COMPLETED. change the name, this key, touch the [NEXT] key. NAME SHARP CORPORATION step is not necessary. Touching the [EXIT] key NEXT EXIT INDEX USER 3 FAX No.
  • Page 59: G Editing And Deleting One-touch Keys

    2 through Touch the one-touch key that you wish to Touch the [DELETE] key. edit or delete. DELETE EXIT EXIT DIRECT ADDRESS / AMEND/DELETE SELECT ADDRESS TO AMEND/DELETE. SHARP CORPORATION CORPO.TPS PROGRAM SHARP GROUP INITIAL FREQUENT USE ABCD EFGHI JKLMN...
  • Page 60: G Storing A Group Key

    When you touch the [EXIT] key, you will return to the screen of step 4 on page 6-2. DIRECT ADDRESS / GROUP SELECT ADDRESS. To store another group, touch the [NEXT] key. C GROUP SHARP CORPORATION CORPO.TPS ADDRESS REVIEW FREQUENT USE ABCD EFGHI...
  • Page 61: G Editing And Deleting Group Keys

    If you need to delete a group key or change its name or a one of its stored destinations in a group key, first follow steps 1 through 3 on page 6-2, and then perform the following procedure. Touch the [AMEND/DELETE] key. DIRECT ADDRESS / GROUP SELECT ADDRESS. C GROUP SHARP CORPORATION CORPO.TPS AMEND/DELETE ADDRESS REVIEW FREQUENT USE ABCD...
  • Page 62: G Storing A Program

    Refer to page 6-15 for the procedure for entering letters. group key) before it can be stored in a program. Touch the [SETTINGS] key. Touch the [OK] key. No.1 PROGRAM FOR SHARP PROGRAM NAME Your settings are displayed. Make sure ADDRESS they are correct.
  • Page 63: Storing A Group Index

    STORING A GROUP INDEX Auto dial keys (one-touch keys and group keys) are normally stored in the ABC index. To make auto dial keys more convenient to use, you can store a group of auto dial keys in a group index and assign a name to that index. When you switch to the group indexes, [USER 1], [USER 2], [USER 3], [USER 4], [USER 5], and [USER 6] appear.
  • Page 64 PROGRAMMING, EDITING, DELETING F-CODE MEMORY BOXES The procedure for programming a memory box for F-code transmission is explained here. There are three types of F-code memory boxes: F-code polling memory (page 4-4), F-code confidential transmission (page 4-6), and F-code relay broadcast (page 4-8). Memory boxes are programmed, edited, and deleted as follows. PROGRAMMING AN F-CODE MEMORY BOX A box name, sub-address/passcode, and function must be programmed in a memory box.
  • Page 65: Programming, Editing, And Deleting F-code Memory Boxes

    PROGRAMMING, EDITING, AND DELETING F-CODE MEMORY BOXES Use the numeric keys to enter a passcode Touch the [OK] key. (max. 20 digits). You will return to the memory box programming CANCEL F-CODE MEMORY BOX / POLLING MEMORY NEXT EXIT screen. The entered sub- No.001 -KEY PAD,THEN PRESS [OK].
  • Page 66: G Setting For F-code Confidential Transmission Memory Boxes (print Pin)

    PROGRAMMING, EDITING, AND DELETING F-CODE MEMORY BOXES SETTING FOR F-CODE CONFIDENTIAL TRANSMISSION MEMORY BOXES (PRINT PIN) Program the print PIN (Personal Identification Number) that is used to print a document that has been received to an F-code confidential memory box. For information on using a print PIN, refer to "PRINTING A DOCUMENT RECEIVED TO AN F-CODE CONFIDENTIAL MEMORY BOX"...
  • Page 67: G Setting For F-code Relay Broadcast Memory Boxes (recipient)

    DIRECT ADDRESS / GROUP Touching the [NEXT] key returns you to the screen SELECT ADDRESS. for programming a new memory box (the screen of step 4 on page 6-10). C GROUP SHARP CORPORATION CORPO.TPS ADDRESS REVIEW FREQUENT USE ABCD EFGHI...
  • Page 68: G Editing And Deleting A Memory Box

    PRINTING PROGRAMMED INFORMATION PROGRAMMING, EDITING, AND DELETING F-CODE MEMORY BOXES EDITING AND DELETING A MEMORY BOX Press the [CUSTOM SETTINGS] key and Touch the keys as needed to edit or delete then touch the [ADDRESS CONTROL] key the information. (refer to steps 1 and 2 on page 6-2). F-CODE MEMORY BOX / POLLING MEMORY DELETE EXIT...
  • Page 69: Entering Characters

    To enter or edit characters in setting screens such as auto dial key programming screens, follow the steps below. Characters that can be entered are alphabetical characters, special characters, numbers, and symbols. I I I I Entering alphabetical characters (Example: Sharp äÄ) Touch the [S] key. Touch the [ ÃÄÂ/ãäâ] key.
  • Page 70 ENTERING CHARACTERS I I I I Entering numbers and symbols Touch the [AB/ab 12#$%] key. When have finished entering characters, touch the [OK] key. 1&1 When the characters "12#$%" are highlighted, You will exit the character entry screen and return number/symbol entry mode is selected.
  • Page 71: Troubleshooting

    CHAPTER 7 TROUBLESHOOTING This chapter contains information to help you make efficient use of the fax features of the machine, including solutions to common problems. Page WHEN A TRANSACTION REPORT IS PRINTED........7-2 VIEWING THE COMMUNICATION ACTIVITY REPORT ....... 7-3 WHEN AN ALARM SOUNDS AND A WARNING MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED ....................
  • Page 72: When A Transaction Report Is Printed

    WHEN A TRANSACTION REPORT IS PRINTED The machine has been set to automatically print a Transaction Report when a transmission is not successful or when the Broadcast transmission function is used. The Transaction Report informs you of the result of the operation. When the machine prints a Transaction Report, be sure to check the contents.
  • Page 73: Viewing The Communication Activity Report

    VIEWING THE COMMUNICATION ACTIVITY REPORT Your machine keeps a record of the most recent 99 transactions (both transmissions and receptions) that were performed. The record includes the date of the transaction, the other party's name, the duration, and result. You can have the report automatically printed when the number of transactions exceeds 99, or at a specified time.
  • Page 74: Problems And Solutions

    PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS If you experience a problem with the fax function, first check the following table. If you cannot solve the problem using the following table, see chapter 7 of the Operation Manual (for general information and copier operation). Problem Check Solution...
  • Page 75 PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS Problem Check Solution Page Printing does not take Does a message appear in the Restore printing capability "WHEN AN ALARM SOUNDS place after reception. display instructing you to add as instructed by the display AND A WARNING MESSAGE toner or paper? (Printing is not message.
  • Page 77 CHAPTER 8 KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS This chapter explains the key operator programs for the fax function that are used by the administrator of the machine. The administrator of the machine should read this chapter carefully to ensure correct use of the programs.
  • Page 78: Key Operator Programs

    KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS This chapter explains key operator programs that are related to the fax function. For key operator programs that are related to general use of the machine, see the key operator programs manual. NOTE You may not be able to use all of the programs in the key operator program list. Programs that you can use will depend on what peripheral devices are installed on the machine.
  • Page 79: Using The Key Operator Programs

    KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS USING THE KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS Follow these steps to configure the settings in the key operator programs. Press the [CUSTOM SETTINGS] key. Touch the [FAX SETTINGS] key. OPERATION DEVICE CONTROL SETTINGS N/W SCANNER FAX SETTINGS SETTINGS PRODUCT KEY Select the desired program and configure Touch the [KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS] the setting.
  • Page 80: Explanation Of Setting Programs

    KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS EXPLANATION OF SETTING PROGRAMS The key operator programs for the fax function of the machine are explained here. For key operator programs that are related to the copy function and general use of the machine, see the key operator's guide.
  • Page 81: Key Operator Programs

    KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS Initial resolution setting Auto wake up print This setting is used to change the default Use this setting to select how the machine resolution setting for fax mode from "STANDARD" responds if a fax is received when the main switch to "FINE", "SUPER FINE", or "ULTRA FINE".
  • Page 82: Transaction Report Print Select Setting

    KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS Transaction report print select setting Activity report print select setting This program is used to select the condition for This program is used to have the activity report printing a transaction report. The condition is set stored in the machine's memory printed out at separately for normal transmission, broadcast regular intervals.
  • Page 83: Default Exposure Settings

    KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS I I I I Fax send settings Default exposure settings This program is used to set the default exposure The fax send settings can be used to enable or level for scanning originals in fax / image send disable fax transmission functions as needed for your mode.
  • Page 84: Call Timer At Memory Sending

    KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS Call timer at memory sending Recall in case of line busy When sending a fax by automatic transmission When sending a document, this setting is used to (See "Storing transmission jobs (memory select whether your machine will automatically transmission)"...
  • Page 85: Duplex Reception Setting

    KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS I I I I Fax receive settings Duplex reception setting The receive settings allow you to adjust certain (only when the duplex module option is installed) When the duplex module is installed, you can use parameters for receiving faxes to better suit your needs. this setting to select whether received documents Settings that can be adjusted depend on the are printed on both sides of the paper.
  • Page 86: Anti Junk Fax Setting

    KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS I I I I Fax polling security Anti junk fax setting This program is used to enter fax numbers from These settings are for using the Public Box for polling which you wish to block fax reception. Up to 50 memory.
  • Page 87 KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS Touch a blank key (a key in which no number appears). KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS PASSCODE NUMBER SETTING CANCEL ENTER 0743535521 0666211221 Keys with numbers cannot be touched. If numbers have been stored in all of the keys, a message will appear and no further numbers can be stored.
  • Page 88: G Printing Out Settings

    KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS PRINTING OUT SETTINGS Settings established with the key operator programs can be verified by printing them out. Press the [CUSTOM SETTINGS] key. Touch the [LIST PRINT] key. COPY SETTINGS LIST PRINT CODE Touch the [KEY OPERATOR PROGRAMS] Touch [ALL OPERATOR...
  • Page 89: Appendix

    CHAPTER 9 APPENDIX This chapter contains reference information regarding the fax features of the machine. Page SPECIFICATIONS .................. 9-2 INDEX ..................... 9-3...
  • Page 90: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS For information on power requirements, power consumption, dimensions, weight, and other specifications that are common to all features of the machine, refer to page 8-2 of "Operation manual (for general information and copier operation)". Applicable telephone line Public switched telephone network Compression method MH, MR, MMR, JBIG Transmission modes...
  • Page 91: Index

    INDEX I I I I A I I I I F Activity report print select setting ......8-6 Fax default settings ..........8-4 Address directory ..........1-4, 2-3 Fax mode ............1-4, 2-2 Address directory screen ........1-5 Fax polling security ..........8-10 Address review..........
  • Page 92 INDEX I I I I P I I I I S Passcode ............. 4-2 to 4-3 Selecting the exposure......... 1-10 Passcode number setting........8-10 Selecting the resolution .......... 1-9 Pause ..............2-2 Sender's name ............1-2 Pause time setting..........8-5 Sender's number ............
  • Page 93 Memo...
  • Page 96 AR-FX10 (for AR-C262M) SHARP CORPORATION This manual has been printed using a vegetable-based soy oil ink to help protect the environment. PRINTED IN CHINA 2004K Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper TINSE2937FCZZ...

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