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MODEL
AL-2060
OPERATION MANUAL
(for facsimile)
• INSTALLATION
• INITIAL SETTINGS
• CHOOSING SUITABLE
MEDIA
• HOW TO USE THE FAX
FUNCTION
• SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
• TROUBLESHOOTING
• APPENDIX
Page
11
13
48
50
65
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  • Page 1 MODEL AL-2060 OPERATION MANUAL (for facsimile) Page • INSTALLATION • INITIAL SETTINGS • CHOOSING SUITABLE MEDIA • HOW TO USE THE FAX FUNCTION • SPECIAL FUNCTIONS • TROUBLESHOOTING • APPENDIX...
  • Page 2 Please contact your dealer or network operator, if you are not sure whether your network operates according to ES 203 021. The Declaration of Conformity can be viewed at the following URL address. http://www.sharp.de/doc/AL-2060.pdf Note • This manual describes how to use the fax function of the machine.
  • Page 3: Important Safety Information

    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. •...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS..........................1 QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE ........................3 LIST OF FAX FUNCTIONS........................6 USING THE MACHINE WITH AN ANSWERING MACHINE............46 INSTALLATION ● QUIET DETECT TIME ........46 ● ANSWERING MACHINE BACKUP....47 CONNECTIONS ..........11 ● CONNECTING THE TELEPHONE LINE CORD ...11 CHOOSING SUITABLE MEDIA FINAL PREPARATIONS ........
  • Page 6 HOW TO USE THE FAX FUNCTION SPECIAL FUNCTIONS SENDING ORIGINALS ........50 MEMORY ............65 ● SETTING THE ORIGINAL ......50 DATA TRANSFER...........66 OPTIONAL TRANSMISSION SETTINGS ..52 TRANSMISSION RESERVATION....68 ● ORIGINAL SIZE..........52 BROADCASTING ..........69 ● RESOLUTION..........53 POLLING ............71 ● CONTRAST ...........53 ●...
  • Page 7: Quick Reference Guide

    QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE The following quick reference guide provides brief explanations the operation of the machine. Selecting the transmission mode (p.26) Memory transmission mode Direct transmission mode MEMORY MEMORY The indicator lights up when Press the The indicator is off when memory transmission mode direct transmission mode [MEMORY] key...
  • Page 8: Sending A Fax

    Sending a fax Dialing methods Direct Dialing Press the numeric keys to dial. (p.57) SPEED/ Enter a two-digit Speed Dialing SEARCH Speed Dial number. (p.57) Rapid Key * It is not necessary to press the [START] key Dialing (p.57) after pressing a Rapid Key. SPEED/ Chain Dialing SEARCH...
  • Page 9 Sending a fax to multiple destinations (Broadcasting) (p.69) BROAD- RESOLU- Dial. CAST TION CONTRAST Adjust the resolution Place the original. and contrast. (p.53) Storing a fax job while another job is in progress Fax transmission RESOLU- or reception in TION CONTRAST The fax will be Dial.
  • Page 10: List Of Fax Functions

    LIST OF FAX FUNCTIONS The FAX MAIN MENU is used to configure settings for the fax function and program information such as the fax number of the machine. The settings in the FAX MAIN MENU are shown below. The procedure for configuring settings is explained in "SELECTING SETTINGS FOR THE FUNCTION" (p.10). Menu item Settings (factory default setting appears in bold) Page...
  • Page 11 Menu item Settings (factory default setting appears in bold) Page 6 : AUTO LISTING Enable automatic printing of the Activity Report when information on a total of 50 fax transmissions/receptions accumulates. 1 : ON 2 : OFF 7 : PRINT SELECTION 1 : TRANSMISSION Select the condition for printing reports on fax transmissions.
  • Page 12 Menu item Settings (factory default setting appears in bold) Page 16 : RCV REDUCE When a fax is received that is larger that the printing paper, enable reduction of the fax to the size of the paper to avoid the fax being cut off.
  • Page 13 Menu item Settings (factory default setting appears in bold) Page 5 :ANTI JUNK FAX 1 : ANTI JUNK SELECT Enable the anti junk function to block fax reception from specified fax numbers. 1 : ON 2 : OFF 2 : JUNK FAX # Program (or delete) fax numbers from which fax reception is to be blocked.
  • Page 14 SELECTING SETTINGS FOR THE FUNCTION The general procedure for configuring settings for the fax function is explained below. Follow this procedure to configure the settings explained on pages 6 through 9. An item can also be selected after pressing the [MENU] key by pressing the numeric key for the item (the key Note corresponding to the number that appears in front of the item).
  • Page 15: Connections

    Insert the other end (without the core) into the adapter and insert the adapter into the wall telephone socket. For more information, contact your nearest Sharp service center. Please note that the adapter is not necessary for Nordic countries.
  • Page 16: Final Preparations

    Operation Manual (for general information) (on the CD-ROM) Explains the machine and how to use it as a copier. Also explains how to install the software that allows the machine to be used as a printer and scanner for your computer. The following information is contained in the operation manual for the machine : OPERATION MANUAL contents Page...
  • Page 17: Initial Settings

    Chapter 2 INITIAL SETTINGS PART NAMES The following illustration shows the part names of the AL-2060. RSPF Original guides Document feeder cover Exit area Document feeder tray Bypass tray TEL jack LINE jack Document glass Original output tray extension Operation panel...
  • Page 18: A Look At The Fax Operation Panel

    A LOOK AT THE FAX OPERATION PANEL 9 10 Rapid keys [RESOLUTION] key Press one of these keys to dial a fax or telephone Press this key to adjust the resolution before number automatically. sending faxes. [MEMORY] key / indicator [CONTRAST] key Used for sending faxes in memory (indicator is lit) Press this key to adjust the contrast before sending...
  • Page 19 INITIAL SETTINGS 1,2,3, 1,2,3, SP. FUNC [SPEAKER] key [ ] key Press this key to begin manual dialing. (To close Press this key to enter symbols during a name the line, press the [SPEAKER] key again.) storing procedure. Press the " " key to change from pulse dialing to Please refer to "PBX function"...
  • Page 20: About The Liquid Crystal Display

    ABOUT THE LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY The machine is equipped with a two-line liquid crystal display (LCD) on the operation panel for displaying various messages and settings during operation. This LCD can display up to 20 characters on each line. When the machine is idle, the LCD shows the date, time, reception mode and the stand-by memory available.
  • Page 21: Adjusting The Ringing Volume

    ADJUSTING THE RINGING VOLUME Adjust the ringing volume of the machine using the procedure below. Press the [MENU] key. Press the [OK] key. 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, SP. FUNC SP. FUNC Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key ( Press the [MENU] key.
  • Page 22: Setting The Length Of Alarm Beeps

    SETTING THE LENGTH OF ALARM BEEPS You can select the length in seconds of the alarm beeps (emitted at the end of transmission and reception) following the procedure below. Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key to exit.
  • Page 23: Adjusting The Alarm Beep Volume

    ADJUSTING THE ALARM BEEP VOLUME Adjust the volume of alarm beeps (emitted at the end of transmission and reception) using the procedure below. Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key to exit. 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, SP.
  • Page 24: Fax Setup

    FAX SETUP HOW TO ENTER CHARACTERS You can enter letters with the numeric keys. Letters are marked above each of the numeric keys [2] through [9]. To enter a letter, press the appropriate key repeatedly until the desired letter appears (the number of the key appears first, followed by letters in the order marked above the key).
  • Page 25: Entering Your Name And Fax Number

    INITIAL SETTINGS ENTERING YOUR NAME AND FAX NUMBER You can view all of the items in the menu display by pressing the [MENU] key, then using the [ ] key ( ) or Note ] key ( ) to scroll through the function list. Pressing the [OK] key chooses the displayed function. Procedures for inputting various items (name, telephone number, date, etc.) are given as follows.
  • Page 26: Setting The Date And Time

    INITIAL SETTINGS Press the [OK] key. Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key to exit. 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, SP. FUNC SP. FUNC SETTING THE DATE AND TIME The date and time that appear in the display are printed at the top of each page you transmit. Set the date and time by pressing the keys on the operation panel as shown below.
  • Page 27 INITIAL SETTINGS To change the display format to 12-hour or 24-hour format, follow the steps below: Press the [MENU] key. Press the [OK] key. 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, SP. FUNC SP. FUNC Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key ( Press the [MENU] key.
  • Page 28 INITIAL SETTINGS To change the order of display of the date, follow the steps below: Press the [MENU] key. Press the [OK] key. 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, SP. FUNC SP. FUNC Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key ( Press the [MENU] key.
  • Page 29: Daylight Saving Time Setting

    INITIAL SETTINGS Daylight Saving Time Setting Enable this setting to have the internal clock automatically move forward and backward at the beginning and end of Daylight Saving Time. The clock will move forward and backward as follows: The last Sunday in March: 1:00 A.M. 2:00 A.M.
  • Page 30: Selecting The Transmission Mode

    INITIAL SETTINGS SELECTING THE TRANSMISSION MODE The machine has two modes for sending faxes: memory transmission and direct transmission. To change modes, press the [MEMORY] key. The MEMORY indicator lights up when memory transmission is selected, and goes off when direct transmission is selected. MEMORY indicator Transmission takes place as follows in each mode: Memory transmission (the MEMORY indicator is lit)
  • Page 31: Selecting The Reception Mode

    INITIAL SETTINGS SELECTING THE RECEPTION MODE Your machine has three modes for receiving incoming calls and faxes: ● AUTO mode: Select this mode when you only want to receive faxes on your telephone line. The machine will automatically answer all calls and receive incoming faxes. ●...
  • Page 32: Setting The Number Of Rings For Auto Reception

    INITIAL SETTINGS SETTING THE NUMBER OF RINGS FOR AUTO RECEPTION You can set the number of rings before the machine answers in AUTO mode using the procedure below. Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key to exit.
  • Page 33: Setting The Number Of Rings For Manual Reception

    INITIAL SETTINGS SETTING THE NUMBER OF RINGS FOR MANUAL RECEPTION The number of rings before the machine answers in MANUAL mode can also be set. If you do not want the machine to answer at all in MANUAL Mode, select "0" in Step 4 below. Press the [MENU] key.
  • Page 34: Setting The Number Of Recall Times

    INITIAL SETTINGS SETTING THE NUMBER OF RECALL TIMES The machine will automatically reattempt transmission when a transmission is not successful because the line is busy or a communication error occurs. This setting is used to select the number of recall attempts that will be made. •...
  • Page 35 INITIAL SETTINGS When a communication error occurs You can select the number of recall attempts made when a communication error occurs. If "0" is entered, the machine will not make any recall attempts. Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key to exit.
  • Page 36: Setting The Recall Interval

    INITIAL SETTINGS SETTING THE RECALL INTERVAL The machine will automatically reattempt transmission when a transmission is not successful because the line is busy or a communication error occurs. This setting is used to select the interval between recall attempts. • If a transmission is still not successful after the set number of recall attempts is made, a report will Note print and the document will be cleared from memory.
  • Page 37 INITIAL SETTINGS When a communication error occurs You can select the interval between recall attempts when a communication error occurs. An interval from 0 to 15 minutes can be selected. Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key to exit.
  • Page 38: Setting The Index Function

    INITIAL SETTINGS SETTING THE INDEX FUNCTION You can print an index mark along the edge of the pages in each job. This makes it easy to separate different jobs on the output tray. Separate faxes with index marks. Use the following procedure to set the index function: Press the [MENU] key.
  • Page 39: Setting Resolution Priority

    INITIAL SETTINGS SETTING RESOLUTION PRIORITY For most faxing jobs, you will most likely want to specify the resolution. However, you can also set a default resolution when no setting is made using the [RESOLUTION] key. To turn on this function, follow the procedure below: Press the [MENU] key.
  • Page 40: Setting Up The Machine For Use Witha Pc Modem

    INITIAL SETTINGS SETTING UP THE MACHINE FOR USE WITH A PC MODEM The machine is set to automatically begin reception if you pick up from an extension telephone and the machine detects a fax tone. However, if you are using a modem on the same line, you must deactivate this function: otherwise the machine will mistakenly attempt to receive the transmission from your computer.
  • Page 41: Using The Remote Reception Function

    INITIAL SETTINGS USING THE REMOTE RECEPTION FUNCTION The machines Remote Reception feature is designed to allow you to activate fax reception from an extension telephone or a telephone directly connected to the machine. The Remote Reception function operates even when the FAX Signal Receive function is turned off.
  • Page 42 INITIAL SETTINGS Setting a Fax Remote Number: Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key. Press the [MENU] key to exit. 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, SP. FUNC SP. FUNC Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key ( until "4:USER PROGRAM"...
  • Page 43: Pbx Setting

    INITIAL SETTINGS PBX SETTING Please note that this setting is only available in Germany and France. The unit is connected to a PBX, you can program it to acess automatically to public line outside PBX. PBX setting Use the following procedure to use the PBX settiing function : Press the [MENU] key.
  • Page 44: Storing Numbers For Automatic Dialing

    INITIAL SETTINGS STORING NUMBERS FOR AUTOMATIC DIALING Automatic Dialing is a quick and convenient way to dial by using only a Rapid key (Rapid Key Dialing), or pressing the [SPEED/SEARCH] key and select the SPEED and entering a two digit number (Speed Dialing). To use Automatic Dialing, you must first store the full number.
  • Page 45 INITIAL SETTINGS Enter the name of the destination with Press the [OK] key. the numeric keys. Enter the name of the location or party by pressing numeric keys as Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key ( described in "HOW TO to select the international ENTER CHARACTERS"...
  • Page 46 INITIAL SETTINGS Use the following procedure to clear numbers: Press the [MENU] key. Enter the Rapid Key or Speed Dial number that you wish to delete. To delete a Rapid Key, press the appropriate Rapid key. 1,2,3, 1,2,3, To delete a Speed Dial SP.
  • Page 47: Storing Numbers Under Group Keys

    INITIAL SETTINGS STORING NUMBERS UNDER GROUP KEYS Group keys allow you to dial a group of fax numbers by simply pressing the appropriate Group key once. They are convenient for the Broadcasting function, which is used to transmit an original to a group of fax machines. All Rapid keys can be programmed as Group keys.
  • Page 48 INITIAL SETTINGS Enter a name for the Group Key with the numeric keys. Enter the name of the group by pressing numeric keys as described in "HOW TO ENTER CHARACTERS" on page 20 (maximum of 20 characters). If you do not want to enter a name, skip this step.
  • Page 49 INITIAL SETTINGS Deleting numbers from Group Keys: Press the [MENU] key. Enter the numbers that you wish to delete. Enter the fax numbers using any of the following methods: • Press a Rapid Key. 1,2,3, 1,2,3, SP. FUNC • Enter a Speed Dial number with the numeric keys.
  • Page 50: Machine

    USING THE MACHINE WITH AN ANSWERING MACHINE QUIET DETECT TIME Quiet Detect Time is the function that enables the machine to be used along with an answering machine for both phone messages and faxes. After the answering machine has answered, any duration of silence longer than a certain threshold time will prompt the machine to take over the line and prepare to receive a fax.
  • Page 51: Answering Machine Backup

    If Quiet Detect Time is not working properly... With some answering machines, there is simply no Quiet Detect Time that will allow both reception of faxes and uninterrupted voice messages. Even in this case, however, you can set up the machine to receive both phone and fax messages from callers on touch-tone lines.
  • Page 52: Media

    Chapter 3 CHOOSING SUITABLE MEDIA ORIGINALS SUITABLE FOR FAXING Make sure that the originals you want to fax meet specifications and guidelines listed in this section. SIZE AND WEIGHT The size and weight of originals that you can load in the RSPF depend on whether you load one sheet at a time or several sheets at once.
  • Page 53: Unsuitable Originals

    ● Transparency films, tracing paper, or other transparencies ● Originals with plastic or metallic coatings • SHARP does not accept any responsibility for the loss or damage of originals. Note • It is a good idea to copy valuable originals on a flat-bed copier before using them with the machine.
  • Page 54: How To Use The Fax Function

    Chapter 4 HOW TO USE THE FAX FUNCTION The stand alone fax component of your machine offers a range of sophisticated features that allow you to control image quality, reception mode, broadcasting, polling, and transmission priorities. Functions such as sending original(s) from memory and substituting reception into memory are possible, due to the large memory capacity.
  • Page 55 HOW TO USE THE FAX FUNCTION When placing the Original on the document glass: Confirm that there are no original(s) in Press the [START] key ( the RSPF, and open the RSPF. The set original size appears in the display Place the original face down on the and then scanning document glass.
  • Page 56: Optional Transmission Settings

    OPTIONAL TRANSMISSION SETTINGS There are several transmission settings that you can make before dialing and transmitting an original. ORIGINAL SIZE The original size can be set to "A4", "8.5x11", or "8.5x14". The setting is only effective for one transmission. If desired, you can set a fixed original size that remains in effect for all transmissions. Press the [MENU] key.
  • Page 57: Resolution

    HOW TO USE THE FAX FUNCTION RESOLUTION To do this, press the [RESOLUTION] key one or more times until the desired resolution settings appear in the display, and then press the [OK] key. Your fax has five resolution settings: • STANDARD Use STANDARD for ordinary originals.
  • Page 58: Cover Sheet

    IMPORTANT DATE : 11-MAY-FRI 200X 07:30 Transmission : SERVICE CENTER FAX # : 0333829161 FROM : SHARP Beep FAX # : 0666211221 PAGES : 02PAGES WERE SENT (INCLUDING THIS PAGE) If the cover sheet function is not selected, the message is printed at...
  • Page 59: Message Function

    HOW TO USE THE FAX FUNCTION MESSAGE FUNCTION One of the following messages can be selected: "CONFIDENTIAL", "PLS. DISTRIBUTE", "URGENT", "PLS. CALL BACK", "IMPORTANT". If a message is selected when the cover sheet function is not used, the message will be added to the top of the Note first page of the fax.
  • Page 60: Two-sided Original Transmission Function

    TWO-SIDED ORIGINAL TRANSMISSION FUNCTION The RSPF can be used to automatically fax a two-sided original. If desired, the back of the original can be rotated 180° before transmission. • The original must be placed in the RSPF when using the two-sided original transmission function. The Note document glass cannot be used.
  • Page 61: Dialing And Transmitting

    DIALING AND TRANSMITTING Once you have set the original (either in the RSPF or on the document glass), and have selected the desired transmission settings, you are ready to dial the number of the receiving fax machine and transmit the original. You can choose from one of the several ways of dialing that best suit your needs.
  • Page 62: Chain Dialing

    HOW TO USE THE FAX FUNCTION CHAIN DIALING The Chain Dialing function allows you to combine a Rapid Key or Speed Dial number (See "PBX SETTING" (p.39)) set for Chain Dialing with another Rapid Key, Speed Dial number, or number dialed with the numeric keys to dial one fax number up to 50 digits long.
  • Page 63: Using The Search Key

    HOW TO USE THE FAX FUNCTION USING THE SEARCH KEY If you do not remember the Rapid key or Speed Dial number in which you have stored a particular fax number, you can search for the number by following the steps below: Press the [SPEED/SEARCH] key Press the [ ] key (...
  • Page 64: If The Memory Becomes Full While Scanning An Original

    IF THE MEMORY BECOMES FULL WHILE SCANNING AN ORIGINAL If the memory becomes full while scanning an original, "MEMORY FULL ERROR" will appear in the display and scanning will stop. If the memory becomes full while the first page is being scanned, scanning will stop and the transmission will be canceled.
  • Page 65: Receiving Faxes

    RECEIVING FAXES You can set the machine to one of three modes of reception, AUTO, MAN. , or A.M. (Answering Machine). To select the reception mode, press the [RECEPTION MODE] key until the desired reception mode appears in the display. 05 NOV WED 8:20 STAND-BY...
  • Page 66: Optional Reception Settings

    OPTIONAL RECEPTION SETTINGS The machine has various optional settings for the reception of faxes. TWO-SIDED RECEPTION This function is used to print a received fax consisting of two or more pages of the same size on both sides of the paper.
  • Page 67: Receive Reduce

    HOW TO USE THE FAX FUNCTION RECEIVE REDUCE You may on occasion receive faxes that are larger than the paper loaded in the machine. To ensure that you do not lose any part of the original, you should use the Receive Reduce function, which scales the fax to the printing paper size.
  • Page 68: When Using Manual Sending And Receiving

    WHEN USING MANUAL SENDING AND RECEIVING You need to use the [SPEAKER] key or an extension telephone to perform manual sending and receiving. For information about connecting an extension telephone See "CONNECTING OTHER DEVICES" (p.12). When the extension telephone rings, pick up the handset and converse.
  • Page 69: Special Functions

    Chapter 5 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS MEMORY Your machine has a memory area that can be used to store both incoming faxes and outgoing originals. ● Approximately 120 pages of average content can be held in memory for transmission and reception. Less can be held if any of the pages were scanned using fine or superfine resolution.
  • Page 70: Data Transfer

    DATA TRANSFER If there is a problem with the machine, you can use the Data Transfer function to have received faxes read into memory and then sent to a different fax machine for printing. This function is used when you cannot print received faxes, for example when the machine runs out of toner, or a misfeed occurs.
  • Page 71 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Follow these steps to use the fax transfer function: Press the [MENU] key. 1,2,3, 1,2,3, SP. FUNC Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key ( until "0:RX DATA TRANSFER" appears, and then press the [OK] key. Selection "0:RX DATA TRANSFER"...
  • Page 72: Transmission Reservation

    TRANSMISSION RESERVATION When your fax is busy receiving an original or transmitting an original from memory, you can "reserve" a transmission by setting the original (either in the RSPF or on the document glass), reading it into memory, and entering the fax number. Once the current operation is completed, your fax will automatically dial the number and transmit the original saving you from having to wait.
  • Page 73: Broadcasting

    BROADCASTING This function allows you to send the same original to as many as 100 different locations with just one operation. Once the original is loaded, it is scanned and stored in memory. The fax numbers you have entered are then automatically dialed in succession, and the original is transmitted to each location.
  • Page 74: Broadcasting Using A Group Key

    SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Broadcasting using a Group key If the fax machines to which you want to broadcast have all been programmed into one Group key, you can perform the broadcasting operation using the following simplified procedure. Refer to "STORING NUMBERS UNDER GROUP KEYS"...
  • Page 75: Polling

    POLLING Polling allows you to request another fax machine to send an original to your fax machine. In other words, the receiving fax machine, not the transmitting fax machine, activates the transmission. You can use your fax to both poll and be polled by others. Serial polling can be used to poll multiple fax machines (maximum of 100) in a single operation.
  • Page 76: Serial Polling

    SPECIAL FUNCTIONS SERIAL POLLING You can poll several fax machines one at a time with a single serial polling operation. A maximum of 100 fax machines can be polled in one serial polling operation. Other fax A memory Original is scanned Polling is approved Original is set into memory...
  • Page 77: Polling Transmission (memory Polling)

    SPECIAL FUNCTIONS POLLING TRANSMISSION (MEMORY POLLING) This function is used to transmit an original that has been scanned into memory to a fax machine that polls your fax machine. If desired, polling fax machines can be restricted to machines whose fax numbers have been programmed in your machine ("RESTRICTING POLLING MACHINES (POLLING SECURITY)"...
  • Page 78 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Adding a original to polling memory: Deleting originals from polling memory: Use this procedure to add an original to another Follow the steps below to delete originals that have original that has already been scanned into polling been scanned into polling memory. memory.
  • Page 79: Restricting Polling Machines (polling Security)

    SPECIAL FUNCTIONS RESTRICTING POLLING MACHINES (POLLING SECURITY) If you wish to allow only specified fax machines to poll your fax machine, enable polling security and program the fax numbers of the machines that are to be allowed to poll your machine. When this is done, polling will take place when the fax number of the polling machine matches one of the fax numbers that have been programmed in your machine.
  • Page 80 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Programming/deleting passcode numbers: Press the [MENU] key. Enter the passcode (fax number of the machine to be allowed to poll your machine) with the numeric keys and press the [OK] key. 1,2,3, 1,2,3, SP. FUNC Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key (...
  • Page 81: Timer Operations

    TIMER OPERATIONS The timer function allows you to set a transmission or polling operation to be performed automatically at a time you specify. Up to five transmission operations or polling operations can be set at any one time, and the times they will be performed can be specified up to a week in advance.
  • Page 82: Canceling A Timer Transmission Job

    SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key ( Enter the fax number of the other to select the day of the week and machine using one of the following press the [OK] key. methods: •...
  • Page 83: Anti Junk Fax

    ANTI JUNK FAX You can avoid wasting fax paper by using the Anti Junk Fax function. This function blocks reception of faxes from up to ten specified parties. To turn the Anti Junk Fax feature on and off, use the following procedure: Press the [MENU] key.
  • Page 84 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS To store junk fax numbers, use the following procedure: Press the [MENU] key. Enter a two-digit number from 01 to 10 that will identify the anti junk number and press the [OK] key. 1,2,3, 1,2,3, SP. FUNC Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key (...
  • Page 85 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS To clear junk fax numbers, use the following procedure: Press the [MENU] key. Press the [OK] key. If you wish to store another fax number, return to step 5. 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, 1,2,3, SP. FUNC SP. FUNC Press the [ ] key ( ) or [ ] key (...
  • Page 86: Operation In Copy, Printer, Scanner, And Fax Modes

    OPERATION IN COPY, PRINTER, SCANNER, AND FAX MODES Some operations cannot be performed simultaneously when the machine is being used in printer mode, copy mode, scanner mode, and fax mode. Copy Printer Scanner Extension phone Copying Printing Scanning Scanning Transmis- Reception Modes from a...
  • Page 87: Troubleshooting

    Chapter 6 TROUBLESHOOTING PRINTING OUT REPORTS The machine is capable of printing a range of reports on faxing activities as well as various settings you have made. The reports are described below. 1. TIMER LIST: You can print a list of timer or dual access operations that are currently set. P.
  • Page 88: Passcode List

    TROUBLESHOOTING 5. PASSCODE LIST: You can print a list of your fax information and polling security information. PASSCODE LIST 1 0 -S E P - F R I 200 X 0 6:30 POLL SECURITY XXXX SYSTEM # XXXX ID # XXXX XXXX PASSCODE #...
  • Page 89: User Program List

    TROUBLESHOOTING 7. USER PROGRAM LIST: Currently activated USER PROGRAM settings. USER PROGRAM LIST 1 0 - S E P - F R I 2 0 0 X 0 6 : 3 0 MENU # ITEM SETTING DOC. GLASS SIZE 8.5x11 FIXED DOC.
  • Page 90: Activity Report Auto Listing

    TROUBLESHOOTING ACTIVITY REPORT AUTO LISTING This setting is used to automatically print the Activity Report for transmissions and receptions. The Activity Report will automatically print when information on a total of 50 fax transmissions and receptions accumulates. Once information on 50 transmissions/receptions accumulates, the oldest transaction is deleted each time a new transaction takes place.
  • Page 91: Printing Transaction Reports

    TROUBLESHOOTING PRINTING TRANSACTION REPORTS The machine can be set to print a transaction report after each transmission, reception, and/or error. The printing condition can be selected separately for three types of transaction reports: "TRANSMISSION LIST", "BROADCAST LIST", and "RECEPTION LIST". For each type of report, select one of the following printing conditions: "ALWAYS PRINTS"...
  • Page 92: Troubleshooting

    The TD cartridge may be running out of toner. → Replace the TD cartridge. (for general information) If your problem cannot be solved by carrying out the instructions in the Check and Remedy column above, please Note contact your SHARP dealer.
  • Page 93: Messages And Signals

    MESSAGES AND SIGNALS DISPLAY MESSAGES Message Cause and remedy Page FRONT OR SIDE COVER OPEN. The cover is open. Close the cover. See the CLOSE COVERS. OPERATION CLOSE THE SPF/RSPF COVER. The RSPF cover is open. Close the RSPF cover. MANUAL CLEAR PAPER JAM.
  • Page 94: Appendix

    2 MB Error Correction Mode(ECM) * As a part of our policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes for product improvement without prior notice. The performance specification figures indicated are nominal values of production machines. There may be some deviations from these values in individual machines.
  • Page 95: Index

    INDEX Alarm beeps Fax main menu ............6 - Alarm beep volume .......... 19 Fax setup - Length of alarm beeps ........18 - Date and time..........22 Answering machine..........46 - Daylight saving time setting ......25 - Answering machine backup ......47 - How to enter characters ........
  • Page 96 Receiving faxes............61 - Receive reduce ..........63 - Two-sided reception......... 62 Reception mode - A.M. mode..........27, 61 - AUTO mode ..........27, 61 - MAN. mode ..........27, 61 Remote reception............ 37 Reports - Group list............82 - Junk fax # list ........... 83 - Passcode list ............
  • Page 97 INDEX BY PURPOSE Fax setup Storing/settings Connecting the telephone line cord......11 Clear numbers Daylight saving time setting ........25 - Group keys............45 Entering your name and fax number....... 21 - Rapid key dialing..........42 How to enter characters .......... 20 - Speed dialing ..........
  • Page 98 AL-2060 SHARP MANUFACTURING FRANCE S.A. Route de Bollwiller - SOULTZ 68503 GUEBWILLER CEDEX FRANCE AL-2060_v1...

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