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    PLAIN PAPER FACSIMILE OPERATOR’S MANUAL...

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    TAR Program, to encourage the widespread and voluntary use of energy-efficient technologies that enhance the workplace, improve product performance, prevent pollution, and reduce your energy costs. As an NERGY TAR Partner, Toshiba has determined that this facsimile model meets the NERGY TAR guidelines for energy efficiency.

  • Page 3: Notice To Users

    If you experience trouble with this facsimile machine, please contact This terminal has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B TOSHIBA AMERICA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, INC. digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to...

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    La terminaison d’une interface téléphonique peut consister en une combinaison de quelques dispositifs, à la seule condition que la somme d’indices TOSHIBA OF CANADA LIMITED d’équivalence de la sonnerie de tous les dispositifs n’excède pas 5. Office Product Group...

  • Page 5: Laser Safety Information

    LASER SAFETY INFORMATION This facsimile is certified as a Class I laser product under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968. This means that this facsimile does not produce hazardous laser radiation.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Select a Desirable Location ..............17 Department Code Maintenance ............. 54 FACSIMILE MACHINE INSTALLATION ......... 18 Account Codes Setting ................56 Connecting Your TOSHIBA Facsimile ............. 18 Line Monitor Default Setting ..............57 Recording Paper Exit Tray ..............19 Receive Interval Setting Operation ............58 Document Support ................

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    Default Setting for Document Mode (Resolution and Contrast) ....85 CANCELLING A COMMUNICATION JOB ......110 Cancelling a Direct Transmission ............110 COPYING ................86 Cancelling a Job Reservation ..............110 Paper Size for Copying ................86 Copying Procedure ................87 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS ...........

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    Setting Recovery Transmission .............. 152 Multi-Polling Report Setting ..............192 TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) Print ............. 153 Relay Originator Report Setting ............. 193 Send after Scan Default Setting ............. 155 Reception List Settings ................194 Document Length Setting ..............156 LIST AND REPORT PRINT FORMAT AND PIN Mask ....................

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    PRINTING a TEST RESULT ..............239 REMOTE SERVICE ............. 240 RDC (Remote Diagnosis Configuration) Service ....240 AUTOMATIC SUPPLIES ORDER ........... 241 Automatic Supplies Order Setting ............241 SPECIFICATIONS ............242 SUPPLIES ..............243 HARDWARE OPTIONS ..........243 TOSHIBA VIEWER............245 INDEX ................275...

  • Page 10: Features

    The machine can be used as a Twain compatible B/W image scanner (16 dots/ 100/150 Abbreviated Autodial Locations mm x 15.4 dots/mm max.). In addition to the 38 One Touch Autodialer Keys, 100 (DP80F)/150 (DP85F) ab- breviated locations can also be programmed with other frequently called locations. User Test Mode...

  • Page 11: Care And Maintenance

    Power Failure Report is issued once the • If any abnormal conditions occur, such as emitting of smoke or burning odor, power is restored (see page 211). immediately disconnect power to the unit and contact your authorized Toshiba dealer for service.

  • Page 12: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION - FACSIMILE UNIT DESCRIPTIONS Front View Recording Paper Exit Tray Extension Document Guides Supports long recording Adjust the guides to the edges of paper after printing. the document to help ensure proper Recording Paper Exit Tray document alignment and smooth Stacks recording paper after feeding.

  • Page 13: Rear View

    Rear View External Telephone Connector Connection for an External Handset Connector Telephone set. Connection for the optional (See page 18.) Handset unit. (See page 18.) Top Cover Open Button Provides access to printer section to replace supplies or to clear paper jams.

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    When Optional Recording Paper Tray is Installed With Optional Recording Paper Tray Installed Lower Recording Paper Tray (Optional) Upper Recording Paper Tray...

  • Page 15: Operation Panel

    - OPERATION PANEL 1. LCD Display Press this key prior to selecting the One Touch keys (No.20 to No.38). Display machine status and configuration information for operator viewing and 7. DELETE Key interaction. This key is used to delete characters in CHARACTER ENTRY mode (see page 2.

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    Used for accessing Abbreviated, Alphabet, or Group dialing telephone directories (see pages 90 and 91). 11. Menu Keys ( Keys) 22. MULTI/CHARGE CODE Key These keys are used to scroll LCD menu prompts (see page 35). Performs Multi-address Transmissions (Broadcast) or a Multi-polling receptions (see page 113).

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    Function Keys Frequently used functions are pre-assigned to five keys on the right side of One Touch key panel. DIRECT SEND REPORT CHAIN DIAL JOURNAL AUTO SHIFT AUTO DIRECT SEND Allows transmission direct from the document feeder without scanning the docu- ment to memory first (see page 95).

  • Page 18: Setup

    If anything is missing, contact your dealer immedi- 4. Recording Paper Exit Tray ....... 1 10. Warranty Card .......... 1 ately. 5. Document Support ........1 11. AC Power Cord ........1 6. Paper Tray Assembly 12. Toshiba Viewer CD-ROM ......1 (with Bypass Tray) ........1...

  • Page 19: Select A Desirable Location

    Select a Desirable Location The unit should be installed: 120 mm 400 mm • On a horizontal surface. (4.72 inches) (15.74 inches) • Away from direct sunlight, dust, extreme heat and humidity, and vibration. • Away from sources of strong electrical or magnetic fields, such as televisions or radios.

  • Page 20: Facsimile Machine Installation

    - FACSIMILE MACHINE INSTALLATION Connecting Your TOSHIBA Facsimile Make sure that the Power Switch is turned OFF. Connect the telephone line cord (modular cord) to the “LINE” connector. Plug in the power cord as in the figure below. Connect the external telephone set (if desired) to the “TEL” connector.

  • Page 21: Recording Paper Exit Tray

    Document Exit Tray Bypass Tray Recording Paper Exit Tray Document Support Recording Paper Tray Recording Paper Exit Document Support Document Exit Tray Recording Paper Tray Bypass Tray Installation Tray Installation Installation Installation Installation Fit the tabs of the Recording Fit the tabs of the Document Fit the tabs of the Document Lift the Document Exit Tray so Place the Bypass Tray on the...

  • Page 22: Initial Printing Supplies Installation

    About Paper Sizes: Pull Up the Remove the Bypass Open the Paper • Use only recommended pa- • Your TOSHIBA facsimile has Document Exit Tray Tray Guides per brands to optimize your been preset to accept letter facsimile performance. Con- size recording paper.

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    Recording Paper Installation (Recording Paper Tray) - continued Replace the Bypass Prepare Recording Install the Adjust the Paper Display the Paper Tray and Document Paper Sheets Recording Paper Guides Size Menu Exit Tray Press: Prepare new recording paper Place the recording paper stack Adjust the Paper Guides to fit Replace the Bypass Tray and sheets by holding both ends...

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    Recording Paper Installation (Recording Paper Tray) - continued Select the Paper Return to the Size Standby Mode Select the paper size of the Re- cording Paper Tray. Press to return to the To select letter size, press: Standby Mode. To select A4 size, press: To select legal size, press: COMPLETED Displayed for 2 seconds...

  • Page 25: Recording Paper Installation (bypass Tray)

    Recording Paper Installation (Bypass Tray) Pull Up the Open the Paper Insert the Recording Adjust the Paper Return the Document Exit Tray Guides Paper Guides Document Exit Tray Pull up the Document Exit Tray. Open the Paper Guides. Insert a one sheet of paper on Adjust the Paper Guides so that Return the Document Exit Tray the Bypass Tray.

  • Page 26: Recording Paper Installation (optional Recording Paper Tray)

    Recording Paper Installation (Optional Recording Paper Tray) Remove the Optional Remove the Press Down the Prepare Recording Install the Recording Recording Paper Optional Tray Cover Paper Pressure Plate Paper Sheets Paper Tray Remove the Optional Recording Remove Optional Tray Press the Paper Pressure Plate Prepare new recording paper Place the recording paper stack Paper Tray.

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    Recording Paper Installation (Optional Recording Paper Tray) - continued Select the Paper Size Select the Paper Size Replace the Optional Insert the Optional Display the Paper of the Recording of the Optional Tray Cover Recording Paper Tray Size Menu Paper Tray Recording Paper Tray Select the paper size of the Re- Select the paper size of the Op-...

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    Recording Paper Installation (Optional Recording Paper Tray) - continued Return to the Standby Mode Press to return to the Standby Mode.

  • Page 29: Drum Unit And Toner Cartridge Installation

    Make sure that the NOTE: the machine. four pins (two on each side) fit Use only specified TOSHIBA Color coordinate “1” labels have into the grooves inside the ma- Toner Cartridges. been affixed to the Drum Unit chine.

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    Drum Unit and Toner Cartridge Installation - continued Close the Top Cover Press down on the Top Cover until a “Click” is heard to ensure the latches engage.

  • Page 31: Printing Supplies Replacement

    Cartridge. Cartridge Toner Cartridge Your TOSHIBA facsimile has been designed to display a two stage alert to replace Toner once it has been depleted. The first stage is a “TONER LOW” warning that alerts you that the Toner is low and should be replaced at your earliest convince.

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    Toner Cartridge Replacement - continued Install the New Toner Cartridge Close the Top Cover Holding onto Toner Press down on the Top Cover Cartridge’s handle, lower it into until a “Click” is heard to ensure the machine. Make sure that the the latches engage.

  • Page 33: Drum Unit Replacement

    Replacement Drum Kits for your STORAGE NOTES: Open the Top Cover Remove the Toner Cartridge and Drum Unit TOSHIBA facsimile include a The Drum Unit is a very im- Drum Unit. portant part of this facsimile. Handle it with care as shown Your TOSHIBA facsimile has below.

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    Drum Unit Replacement - continued Install the New Drum Install the Toner Cartridge Close the Top Cover Reset the Drum Unit Counter Perform the following procedure to reset the Drum Unit counter after you replace the Drum Unit. Press: Install the new Drum Unit into Holding onto Toner...

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    Drum Unit Replacement - continued Reset the Drum Return to the Counter - continued Standby Mode Press: Press to return to the Standby Mode. RESET DRUM COUNT ARE YOU SURE ? Press: COMPLETED Displayed for 2 seconds Return to display the SETUP menu screen.

  • Page 36: Quick Start

    COMPLETED through this manual to get the most from your new TOSHIBA such as 9 or press the facsimile. Displayed for 2 seconds after the access number if you...

  • Page 37: User Interface Operation

    - USER INTERFACE OPERATION Menu Operation Various functions of this fac- Keys Used in Menu Operation simile can be used by selecting menu items displayed in the LCD window. Performing opera- tions or settings by selecting menu items is called “Menu Op- ] Key eration.”...

  • Page 38: Character Entry

    Character Entry When programming and regis- Keys Used in Character Entry Entry Procedure tering the Autodialer numbers or names, you will need to enter al- phanumeric characters. [INSERT] Key This section helps you under- NAME (20 MAX) An example to enter “NEW YORK”: Inserts characters before the selected stand how to easily enter the (underlined) character.

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    Character Entry - continued Character Correction Replacing Characters Inserting Characters NAME (20 MAX) Using , position the cursor under the char- NAME (20 MAX) Using , position the cursor under the [NEW YOPK [NEW YRK acter to be corrected. point of insertion and press Input the correct character (“R”...

  • Page 40: Initial Setup

    - INITIAL SETUP Initial Setting Summary This facsimile has several user Enter the Select the Desired Initial Setting (1-4) initial settings. Configuration Menu For your convenience, a quick reference summary of all user initial settings is shown on the Press until the desired Initial Setting is displayed or enter the desired Initial Setting 1 Press .

  • Page 41: Language Selection

    Language Selection You can select the language Display the Select the Desired used on the LCD display and all LANGUAGE Menu Language reports printed by your fac- simile. English, French, and Spanish are available. Display Select the desired language. INITIAL SETUP To display the SETUP menu, 1.LANGUAGE press:...

  • Page 42: Date And Time Setting

    Date and Time Setting This facsimile displays the cur- Display the DATE & Enter the Date Data Select the Date Select the Month rent date and time when in the TIME Menu Format Format Standby Mode. It also uses this time for maintaining internal list and reports.

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    Date and Time Setting - continued Select the Time Enter the Time Data Select Another Format SETUP Item, or ... Select the time format. Move the cursor to the desired After completing this Configura- position using following tion Setting, you may continue keys.

  • Page 44: Terminal Id Setting

    FAX NUMBER (20MAX) on the second row. NAME (40MAX) The “+” is displayed when Inter- [DP80F/DP85F national Code is selected. COMPLETED The new name will be displayed on the second row as it is en- Displayed for 2 seconds tered.

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    Terminal ID Setting - continued Select Another SETUP Item, or ... After completing this Configura- tion Setting, you may continue to select other settings referring to their associated pages for in- structions, or press to exit the Configuration Setting mode and return to the Standby Mode.

  • Page 46: Dial Type Setting

    Dial Type Setting There are two types of dialing Display the DIAL Select Your Dial Enter the Access Select Another modes: DP [Dial Pulse (Rotary)] TYPE Menu Type Digits SETUP Item, or ... and MF [Multi-Frequency (touch tone)]. If your telephone emits tones when you are dialing, this Display Select your dial line type.

  • Page 47: Device Configuration

    - DEVICE CONFIGURATION Configuration Summary This facsimile has many user Select the Desired Configuration Setting (01-11) Enter the adjustable settings. Configuration Menu Each of these configuration set- tings is discussed in detail throughout the remainder of this Press . The initial Menu Press until the desired Configuration Setting is displayed or enter the desired section.

  • Page 48: Ringer Volume Adjustment

    Ringer Volume Adjustment The bell ringer volume can be Display the RINGER Enter the Desired Select Another adjusted using the following pro- VOLUME Menu Volume Value SETUP Item, or ... cedure. Press: Enter the desired volume value After completing this Configura- (1 to 8;...

  • Page 49: Alarm Tone Volume Adjustment

    Alarm Tone Volume Adjustment The alarm tone volume can be Display the ALARM Enter the Desired Select Another adjusted using the following pro- VOLUME Menu Volume Value SETUP Item, or ... cedure. Press: Enter the desired volume value After completing this Configura- (1 to 8;...

  • Page 50: Key Touch Tone Volume Adjustment

    Key Touch Tone Volume Adjustment The key touch tone volume can Display the KEY Enter the Desired Select Another be adjusted using the following TOUCH VOLUME Volume Value SETUP Item, or ... procedure. Menu Press: Enter the desired volume value After completing this Configura- (1 to 8;...

  • Page 51: Monitor Volume Adjustment

    Monitor Volume Adjustment The line monitor volume can be Display the MONITOR Enter the Desired Select Another adjusted using the following pro- VOLUME Menu Volume Value SETUP Item, or ... cedure. Press: Enter the desired volume value After completing this Configura- (1 to 8;...

  • Page 52: Power Saver Operation

    Power Saver Operation This function allows you to mini- Select the Power Display the POWER Select the Super Enter the Start Time mize power consumption by SAVER Menu Saver Mode Power Saver Option Period turning power off to portions of the machine (as selected).

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    Power Saver Operation - continued Select the Printer Power Saver Function Enter the Start Time Select Another and End Time SETUP Item, or ... Enable or Disable the Printer Move the cursor to the desired After completing this Configura- START/STOP TIME Power Saver function.

  • Page 54: Department Code Setting

    Department Code Setting Department Code operation is Display the Enable/Disable the Department Code Enter the Master used to monitor the facsimiles DEPARTMENT CODE Department Name activity when shared between Menu multiple users or workgroups. Press: Enable or Disable the Depart- If Department Code has ever Department Code NBR.

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    Department Code Setting - continued Enter the Master Enter the Individual Enter the Individual Enter the Department Select Another Department Code Department Code Department Code Code Password SETUP Item, or ... Password Address Name Department Codes NBR. 02 Enter a 5-digit Master Depart- After entering the Master De- Enter 5-digit...

  • Page 56: Department Code Maintenance

    Department Code Maintenance The Department Code Mainte- Display the Enter the Master or Enable/Disable the Select the Desired nance is used to cancel or DEPARTMENT Individual Department Department Code Option change the Master or Individual CODE Menu Code Address Department Code. Press: Enable or Disable the Depart- Select a Master or Individual...

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    Department Code Maintenance - continued Select Another SETUP Item, or ... If you wish to continue, repeat Steps 2 and 3. After completing this Configura- tion Setting, you may continue to select other settings referring to their associated pages for in- structions, or press to exit the Configuration Setting mode and return to the Standby...

  • Page 58: Account Codes Setting

    Account Codes Setting This feature provides valuable Display the Select the Function Select Another Account Code tracking informa- ACCOUNT CODE SETUP Item, or ... tion for each facsimile transmis- Menu sion sent from the unit. Press: Enable Disable Account After completing this Configura- When a facsimile is transmitted, Codes.

  • Page 59: Line Monitor Default Setting

    Line Monitor Default Setting This function is used to set the Display the LINE Select the Line Select Another speaker ON in order to monitor MONITOR Menu Monitor Option SETUP Item, or ... every transmission. This function is mainly used to confirm dialing and phone line Press: To turn ON the monitor speaker,...

  • Page 60: Receive Interval Setting Operation

    Receive Interval Setting Operation This function insures there will Display the RECEIVE Select Another Enter the Receive be a period of time set aside for INTERVAL Menu Interval SETUP Item, or ... receiving incoming facsimiles during periods of heavy out go- ing transmission activity.

  • Page 61: Ecm Default Setting

    ECM Default Setting ECM (Error Correction Mode) is Display the SET Select the ECM Select Another an internationally-recognized er- ECM Menu Option SETUP Item, or ... ror correction system. It enables error free communications by automatically re-sending Press: Select the desired ECM option. After completing this Configura- portion of the document affected tion Setting, you may continue...

  • Page 62: Sort Copy Setting

    Sort Copy Setting When copying documents, the SORT function may be selected. Display the SORT Select the Desired Select Another This function will sort multiple page copies into sets of correct-order COPY Menu Option SETUP Item, or ... pages. This setting establishes the default for the Sort Copy function. Sort copy may, also, be set manually at the time the copy operation is Select the desired option.

  • Page 63: Setting Redial (interval And Counter)

    After completing this Configura- Press: Enter the interval value (1 to 15) Enter the redial counter value (0 your DP80F/DP85F will try to re- tion Setting, you may continue in minutes. to 14). dial every 1 minute by default. If...

  • Page 64: Reception Mode Default Setting

    Reception Mode Default Setting The DP80F/DP85F have four TEL/FAX: Display the Reception Select the Desired Reception Mode This mode is used when the line reception modes and the receiv- Mode Menu ing function differs according to is used for both facsimile and the selected mode.

  • Page 65

    Reception Mode Default Setting - continued Enter the FAX Ring Enter the FAX Enter the Pseudo Select Another Delay Monitor Time Ring Delay SETUP Item, or ... Enter the desired number of Enter the desired Fax Monitor Enter the desired number of After completing this Configura- rings (1 to 10) before the fac- Time (00 to 99).

  • Page 66: Copy Reduction Setting

    The excess portion of a document that is less than 10 mm longer than Returns to display the SETUP menu screen. effective printable COPY REDUCTION area will be discarded. 2.OFF Contact your authorized 1.AUTO TOSHIBA service representa- tive for additional information.

  • Page 67: Basic Functions

    Abbreviated Dialer Registration Once registered, 38 One Touch Display the TEL Display the ABB. Enter an ABB. Dial When a Preset ABB. and 100 (DP80F)/150 (DP85F) LIST ENTRY Menu NUMBERS Menu Number Dial Number is Active Abbreviated Dial Numbers will al-...

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    Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued Change the ABB. Information Enter the Telephone Number Enter the telephone number you You can delete, modify, or retain want to store (up to 128 digits). Delete the ABB. Dial Modify the ABB. Dial Retain the Current Abbreviated Dial Numbers regis- Information Information...

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    Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued Enter the Telephone Enter an Alternate Enter the Location Select Communication Options Number - continued Number (Optional) ID Name (Advanced Setup) The telephone number is dis- Alternate Numbers are optional. Enter the Location ID name of This setting will allow you to Select the played on the bottom row of the...

  • Page 70

    Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued Select Communication Options (Advanced Setup) - continued Delayed Communications Transmission Report Line Monitor Speaker Done with Option Setup Enter the desired transmission If you have completed the de- To designate a specific time at To request a Transmission Re- enable/disable sired Communication Options which operations using this Ab-...

  • Page 71

    Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued Select Communication Options - continued Fax Speed Sub-Address Communication To transmit documents using Sub-Address Communications 9g-1 9g-2 FAX SPEED Select the Sub- Complete the this Abbreviated Dial Number at allow a variety of specialized 1.FASTEST POSSIBLE Address Options Sub-Address a lower speed to compensate...

  • Page 72

    Abbreviated Dialer Registration - continued Select Communication Options - continued Assign the Abbreviated Dial Number to a One Touch Key Sub-Address Communication - continued Assign the Use a Preassigned One Touch Key One Touch Key To assign this Abbreviated Dial If the desired One Touch Key 9g-3 9g-4...

  • Page 73: One Touch Dialer Registration

    One Touch Dialer Registration This facsimile provides a total of Display the TEL Display the ONE Select a One Touch When a Preset One 38 One Touch Dial keys. LIST ENTRY Menu TOUCH KEYS Menu Location Touch is Active • Alternate Numbers If one of the primary fac- Press:...

  • Page 74

    One Touch Dialer Registration - continued Change One Touch Information Enter the Telephone Number Enter the telephone number you You can delete, modify or retain Delete the One Touch Modify the One Touch Retain the One Touch want to store (up to 128 digits). the One Touch key once regis- Assignment Assignment...

  • Page 75

    One Touch Dialer Registration - continued Enter the Telephone Enter an Alternate Enter the Location Select Communication Options Number - continued Number (Optional) ID Name (Advanced Setup) The telephone number is dis- Alternate Numbers are optional. Enter the Location ID name of This setting will allow you to Select the played on the bottom row of the...

  • Page 76

    One Touch Dialer Registration - continued Select Communication Options (Advanced Setup) - continued Delayed Communications Transmission Report Line Monitor Speaker Done with Option Setup If you have completed the de- To designate a specific time at Enter the desired transmission To request a Transmission Re- To enable/disable the facsimi- sired Communication Options...

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    One Touch Dialer Registration - continued Select Communication Options - continued Fax Speed Sub-Address Communication To transmit documents using Sub-Address Communications 9g-1 9g-2 FAX SPEED Select the Sub Complete the this One Touch Dial Number at allow a variety of specialized 1.FASTEST POSSIBLE Address Options Sub-Address...

  • Page 78

    One Touch Dialer Registration - continued Select Communication Options - continued Sub-Address Communication - continued 9g-3 9g-4 9g-5 Select a SUB Select a SEP Select a PWD Sub-Address Sub-Address Sub-Address Communication Communication Communication To enter a SUB type Sub Ad- To enter a SEP type Sub Ad- To enter a PWD type Sub Ad- dress, press:...

  • Page 79: Group Number Registration

    Each group can contain any To select “2.MODIFY,” go to combination NAME (20 MAX) Step 4b. (DP80F)/150 (DP85F) Abbrevi- ated and/or 38 One Touch dial To select “3.RETAIN,” go to locations and can be assigned Step 4c. The display changes to the fol- to a One Touch key.

  • Page 80

    Group Number Registration - continued Cancel the Existing Modify the Existing Retain the Existing Enter the Group Enter a Remote Group Group Group Name Station To delete the existing Group, To change the existing Group, To retain the existing Group, Enter the Group Name (with up Enter the addresses of the re- press:...

  • Page 81

    Group Number Registration - continued Cancel the Group Retain the Group Enter a Remote Complete Group Assign a One Touch Number Setting Number Setting Station - continued Station Entries Repeat this step until all of the To delete the existing remote To retain this remote station in When all the stations necessary To assign this group to a One...

  • Page 82

    Group Number Registration - continued Assign a One Touch Key - continued To skip assigning this group to a If the selected One Touch key One Touch key, press: is already linked to or registered with data, the following is dis- played.

  • Page 83: Transmit Configuration

    To use a carrier sheet, lift the clear cover, place a single document sheet face-up Max. Capacity of Up to 15 sheets (Legal Size) on the paper sheet. Purchase carrier sheets from your TOSHIBA facsimile dealer Document Tray Up to 30 sheets (Letter Size) or use a transparency with a paper backing attached at the lead edge.

  • Page 84: Document Loading

    Document Loading Remove Attached Place Document Pages on the Document Adjust the Settings Items Support After the facsimile pulls the document into the scan position slightly and stops, you may About 45° change the resolution and con- trast settings. (It may also be changed before or during document loading.) Document Face Side...

  • Page 85: Scan Resolution Setting

    Scan Resolution Setting The scan resolution can be set to one of the following five Press until the required resolution mode is modes based on the type of im- indicated by the appropriate LED. age you are scanning. The scan resolution is normally set to the default setting.

  • Page 86: Contrast Setting

    Contrast Setting The Contrast Setting adjusts the print darkness of the document Press until the required contrast level is indi- to be read. cated by the appropriate LED. The contrast can be set to one of the following settings. The facsimile will return to the de- : illuminated The level changes as follows:...

  • Page 87: Default Setting For Document Mode (resolution And Contrast)

    Default Setting for Document Mode (Resolution and Contrast) This setting will select the de- Display the Select the Select the Contrast Select Another fault setting whenever a docu- DOCUMENT MODE Resolution SETUP Item, or ... ment is set in the facsimile for Menu transmission.

  • Page 88: Copying

    - COPYING Paper Size for Copying You can utilize the DP80F/DP85F as a convenient copier to make sorted copies of At the time of copying, the SORT function may be selected. This function will sort original documents. The following are key points when making copies.

  • Page 89: Copying Procedure

    Copying Procedure Load the Document Press the COPY Key Display the SORT Select the SORT Select the Paper COPY Menu COPY Option Tray Load the document face down Display the COPY menu by Select the desired Sort Copy Select the desired paper tray. in the Document Support (see pressing: option.

  • Page 90

    Copying Procedure - continued Select the Paper Select the Thick Enter the Number of Size of the Bypass Paper Option Copies Tray Select the paper size of the By- Select the thick paper mode. Select the number of copies pass Tray. (max.

  • Page 91: Dialing Methods

    - DIALING METHODS Your TOSHIBA facsimile pro- One Touch Key Dialing vides various dialing methods. If you have programmed a re- One Touch Dialing One Touch Key Dialing mote party’s facsimile number Dials remote locations with to a One Touch key, you can the touch of a single key.

  • Page 92: Abbreviated Dialing

    Abbreviated Dialing Once an Abbreviated Dial Num- Press the SPEED Enter the Press the START Key Tray ber is programmed with a valid DIAL Key Abbreviated Number remote facsimile location, that location can be accessed by re- calling the corresponding Abbre- Press: Enter the Abbreviated Dial Num- When the correct number is dis-...

  • Page 93: Alphabet Dialing

    Alphabet Dialing “Alphabet Dialing” is used to dial Display the Name of Press the SPEED Press the START the desired party by searching the Desired Remote DIAL Key for the name of the registered Party Location ID name in the Abbre- viated Dial, One Touch Dial and Press: Press the key on the dial key-...

  • Page 94: Keypad Dialing

    Keypad Dialing If you have not preset the tele- Enter the Facsimile Press the START phone number of the destination Number facsimile to an Abbreviated Dial Number or One Touch key, you can dial your destination by en- Enter the facsimile number of When the correct number is dis- tering the number from the Dial the desired party.

  • Page 95: Transmitting

    - TRANSMITTING Memory Transmission A Memory Transmission first scans and stores the document into memory prior to a File Number and Residual Memory transmission to a remote facsimile(s). • FILE NUMBERS The facsimile assigns a File Number to each transmission or polling-reception Memory Transmission is automatically initiated with any of the following dialing meth- job for internal control of reserved communications.

  • Page 96: Memory Transmission Procedure

    Memory Transmission - continued Memory Transmission Procedure Load the Document Dial the Facsimile Start Scanning Return to the Number Standby Mode Load the document face down The facsimile starts scanning Dial the facsimile number of the When the document scanning is and storing the document into in the Document Support (see remote party using any of the...

  • Page 97: Direct Transmission

    Direct Transmission Direct Transmission is used if Direct Transmission as Default Setting there is not enough residual memory or when a large num- ber of document pages are to be sent, etc. Load the Document Dial the Facsimile Start Dialing Line Connection to This mode is also useful if the Number...

  • Page 98

    Direct Transmission - continued Direct Transmission as Default Setting - continued Document Complete the Transmission Transmission The transmission starts as the When the communication is document scanned, complete, BUSY lamp turns off screen below is displayed. and the facsimile returns to the Standby Mode.

  • Page 99: Temporary Direct Transmission

    Direct Transmission - continued Temporary Direct Transmission Even if the Memory Transmis- Load the Document Change the Select YES Dial the Facsimile sion Mode is selected as the de- Transmission Mode Number fault, you may desire to transmit a specific document directly from the Automatic Document Load the document face down Select the desired function key...

  • Page 100: On-hook Transmission (monitor Speaker Dialing)

    Direct Transmission - continued On-hook Transmission (Monitor Speaker Dialing) You can send your documents Load the Document Press the MONITOR Dial the Facsimile Press the START with On-hook Dialing using the Number monitor speaker to confirm the answering tone from the remote party’s facsimile.

  • Page 101: Off-hook Transmission (optional Handset Dialing)

    Direct Transmission - continued Off-hook Transmission (Optional Handset Dialing) This procedure may be useful Load the Document Pick Up the Handset Dial the Facsimile Number when you want to talk with a (Optional) remote party using the optional handset of the facsimile before sending a document.

  • Page 102

    Direct Transmission - continued Off-hook Transmission (Optional Handset Dialing) - continued Press the START When you hear the answering tone, press . If the re- mote party answers the phone, you can inform the remote party that you wish to send a docu- ment.

  • Page 103: External Off-hook Transmission (transmission Using An External Telephone)

    Direct Transmission - continued External Off-hook Transmission (Transmission Using an External Telephone) This procedure may be useful Load the Document Pick Up the Handset of Dial on the External Press The START when you want to talk with a re- the External Telephone Telephone mote party before sending a...

  • Page 104: Redialing

    Redialing Automatic Redialing Manual Redialing Direct Transmission When the line of the remote This function enables you to re- Press the MONITOR Press the REDIAL Redial the Remote party is busy, the facsimile will dial the number last dialed us- Party automatically redial the remote ing this facsimile to transmit a...

  • Page 105: Manual Redialing Jobs In Memory

    Redialing - continued Manual Redialing Jobs in Memory This function enables you to Press the REDIAL Select the Job to be Redialed Start Redialing transmit a document after se- lecting it from the jobs reserved memory waiting redialed. Press: Wait 5 seconds or press any When the desired job is dis- FILE NBR = key on the Operation Panel ex-...

  • Page 106: Receiving

    - RECEIVING Automatic Reception Mode FAX/TAD Switching Mode “AUTO RECEIVE” is the ability of the facsimile to receive docu- This mode is used together with a TAD (telephone answering device/machine). ments sent to your facsimile automatically. This mode allows you to receive voice messages and facsimile receptions even when no one is present The facsimile starts to receive a document after a pre-selected num- in the office.

  • Page 107: Tel/fax Auto Switching Mode

    TEL/FAX Auto Switching Mode Manual Receiving Mode This mode is used when the line is used for both facsimile and telephone. “MANUAL RECEIVE” allows you to use the facsimile as a telephone (talking function) first and then start a document reception by press- The facsimile automatically determines whether an incoming call is for facsimile or telephone.

  • Page 108: Selecting The Reception Mode

    ”DISCARD” function to “ON.” If the lower part of the original exceeds the recording paper by 13 mm or less, the image will be automatically discarded. This predetermined dimension is a service function setting. Contact your Toshiba dealer for setup. •...

  • Page 109: Telephone Handset Operation (optional)

    - TELEPHONE HANDSET OPERATION (Optional) If the optional handset is in- On-hook Dialing stalled, you can make a tele- phone call using your DP80F/ Press the MONITOR Dial the Remote Pick Up the Handset Replace the Handset DP85F just like an ordinary tele- phone.

  • Page 110: Tone Output

    Tone Output Redialing This function is for utilizing vari- When the number you dialed is Press the MONITOR Press the REDIAL ous information services via the busy, or you want to redial the or Pick Up the telephone. last number you dialed, you can Handset recall the last number dialed us- Even when the dial type of your...

  • Page 111: Communication Status

    - COMMUNICATION STATUS Current Job Status Communication Journal The job being processed can be A Communication Journal (or Press the JOB Continue or Cancel Select YES or NO monitored via the LCD. You can Transmission Journal and Re- STATUS Key the Job cancel the job if necessary.

  • Page 112: Cancelling A Communication Job

    - CANCELLING A COMMUNICATION JOB Cancelling a Direct Transmission Cancelling a Job Reservation Reserved jobs can be cancelled A Document is Press the STOP Key Select the Desired Display the JOB while they remain in memory. Being Transmitted Option CANCEL Menu The following 5 types of jobs can be cancelled using this pro- cedure.

  • Page 113

    Cancelling a Job Reservation - continued Select the Job Type Enter JOB NUMBER Cancel Other Jobs Press the ENTER to Cancel the Job Select the desired job type. Enter the job number you want When the desired job screen is [SET]:CANCEL to cancel.

  • Page 114: Advanced Functions

    ADVANCED FUNCTIONS - MULTI-ADDRESS TRANSMISSION (BROADCASTING) Group Broadcast Transmission The Group Broadcast Transmis- Load the Document Select the Group Enter the Group Press the START sion feature allows you to send Location Number a document to multiple remote parties in a single operation. Load the document face down Press the One Touch Key pro- Enter the Multi-address Trans-...

  • Page 115: Multi-key Quick Broadcast Transmission

    Multi-Key Quick Broadcast Transmission The Multi-Key Quick Broadcast Load the Document Press the MULTI Enter the Facsimile Number Transmission allows documents to be sent to a combination of the following numbers without pre-programming a group. Enter the facsimile number of Load the document face down Press: Repeat this step until the fac-...

  • Page 116

    Multi-Key Quick Broadcast Transmission - continued Press the START Select the CANCEL or RETAIN Facsimile Number You can cancel or retain the Press: Cancel the Existing Retain the Existing Manual Group Dial Number reg- Number Number istered in this facsimile. Select the number you want to To cancel the existing number, To retain the existing number,...

  • Page 117: Relay Transmission

    A relay transmission is used to send documents from your facsimile (originator) to a Hub Station, which then sends them to additional end stations. If you have Consult your authorized TOSHIBA dealer for assistance in using this function. several stations in one or more regional areas (e.g. Los Angeles Metro, New York City, Dallas-Ft.

  • Page 118: Relay Transmission Originating Procedure

    Relay Transmission Originating Procedure This section describes the pro- Load the Document Display the MAILBOX Select the RELAY Enter the Box cedures to send a document to Menu REQUEST Number Relay Box in a relay station. The relay station must be com- pliant with ITU-T F-code com- Enter the Box Number (max.

  • Page 119

    Relay Transmission Originating Procedure - continued Select the Password Enter the Password Dial the Remote Hub Complete the Option Unit Procedure If the relay station is a password Enter the password to access Enter the facsimile number of The facsimile starts scanning the Relay Box.

  • Page 120: Polling & Mailbox Communications

    In addition, the DP80F/ DP85F is a “Hub” type unit where documents can be stored Polling Reservation allows documents to be stored in the DP80F/ Polling Reception is the ability to call up another facsimile and and polled by other facsimiles DP85F so that other facsimile machines can remotely retrieve (Poll) remotely retrieve a document stored within the remote facsimile.

  • Page 121: Open Mailbox (itu-t Compatible)

    The DP80F/DP85F is a hub unit that has document storage capabilities so that ITU-T F-Code compliant remote units can retrieve documents from the DP80F/DP85F. Prior to utilizing Open Mailbox, mailboxes must be created in the DP80F/DP85F.

  • Page 122: Simple & Security Polling Reservation

    This procedure allows Load the Document Display the Select POLLING Select POLL ONCE DP80F/DP85F to send a docu- POLLING Menu RESERVE ment to another remote facsimi- le when requested. In addition, documents can be protected Load the document face down Press: Select “02.POLLING RESERVE”...

  • Page 123

    Security Code with ALREADY ASSIGNED [****] Then press: Then press: 1.DELETE TOSHIBA facsimiles only. Go to Step 6a. 2.ADD + 3. FAX NUMBER Then press: 3.RETAIN Select this option to use the Go to Step 7. telephone number of the...

  • Page 124: Multi Mailbox Polling Reservation

    Multi Mailbox Polling Reservation Multi Mailbox is a feature used Display the Load the Document Select MULTI POLL Select POLLING to store a document in memory POLLING RESERVE RESERVE so that multiple remote parties Menu may poll to receive it at any time.

  • Page 125

    Multi Mailbox Polling Reservation - continued Complete the Procedure The facsimile starts scanning the document. SCANNING DOC. P001 FILE NBR = When the document scanning is complete, the display returns to the Standby Mode. NOTE: If a Multi Mailbox operation is already reserved, the fol- lowing screen is displayed.

  • Page 126: Simple & Secure Polling

    If the remote facsimile is a Dial the number of the remote Press: Select “01.POLLING” by press- Select the security code option. TOSHIBA facsimile and a 4-digit facsimile (in which the document ing: security code is programmed to If the remote facsimile is a...

  • Page 127

    Simple & Secure Polling - continued Enter the Security Complete the Code Procedure Enter the 4-digit security code The facsimile will dial the remote for the document to be re- facsimile to retrieve the docu- trieved. ment. When the operation is complete, the following screen is displayed for about 2 seconds and your documents will be...

  • Page 128: Multi-address Polling

    Multi-Address Polling In a Multi Polling operation, the Display the Select POLLING Press the MULTI Enter the Number of documents are retrieved from POLLING Menu Remote Facsimiles multiple remote facsimiles using pre-programmed groups, One Touch Keys, Abbreviated Dial Press: Select “01.POLLING” by press- Press: Enter the number of the remote Numbers, Alphabet Dial, or from...

  • Page 129

    When the 4-digit security code is entered, press: Go to Step 6. If all or some the remote fac- similes are not a TOSHIBA fac- simile or no Security Codes are being used, select “2. NO” by pressing: Go to Step 7.

  • Page 130: Turnaround Polling

    Document Support (see POLL” by pressing: press: Turnaround polling may not page 82). operate with certain non- TOSHIBA models. Adjust the resolution and con- trast if desired (see pages 83 and 84). MAY-17 09:43 AM 100% POLLING SECURITY CODE ?

  • Page 131

    If the remote facsimile is a ing dialing methods. dinary transmission. When the trieved. TOSHIBA facsimile and a 4-digit transmission is complete, poll- security code is programmed to • One Touch Key Dialing ing of the document from the re- the document to be polled, se- ...

  • Page 132: Continuous Polling

    Continuous Polling Use this procedure to poll the Display the Select PROG. CONT. Enter the Polling Enter the Start and same remote facsimile(s) on a POLLING Menu POLL. Interval Stop Time regular schedule. Continuous Polling operations can be pro- grammed for specific time inter- Press: Select “04.PROG.

  • Page 133

    Step 8. onds. is entered, press: If the remote facsimile is not a PROG. CONT. POLL TOSHIBA facsimile or no Secu- ENTER TEL NUMBER PROG. CONT. POLL rity Codes are in use, press: ONE TOUCH= The procedure is now complete.

  • Page 134: Mailbox (itu-t Compatible)

    - MAILBOX (ITU-T Compatible) This section describes the pro- Setting Up a Mailbox cedures to setup a Mailbox in the DP80F/DP85F hub unit. Us- ing this function, all ITU-T F- Display the MAILBOX Select SETUP & Select MAILBOX Select the Mailbox...

  • Page 135

    Setting Up a Mailbox - continued Enter the Box Select the Password Enter the Password Select Another Number Option SETUP Item, or ... After completing this Configura- Enter the Mailbox number (max. Select whether or not to use the Enter the password (max. 20 tion Setting, you may continue 20 digits).

  • Page 136: Deleting A Mailbox

    Select SETUP & Select MAILBOX Enter the Box cedures to delete an existing Menu DELETE DELETE Number Mailbox in a DP80F/DP85F hub unit. Press: Select “04.SETUP & DELETE” Select “2.MAILBOX DELETE” Enter the Box number (max. 20 NOTE: by pressing:...

  • Page 137

    Deleting a Mailbox - continued Enter the Password Select Another SETUP Item, or ... Enter the Password (max. 20). After completing this Configura- tion Setting, you may continue to select other settings referring to their associated pages for in- structions, or press to exit the Configuration Setting mode and return to the Standby Mode.

  • Page 138: Sending A Document To A Mailbox (remote Hub)

    Sending a Document to a Mailbox (Remote Hub) This section describes the pro- Load the Document Display the MAILBOX Select the Mailbox Type cedures to send a document to Menu a remote hub unit’s Confidential Box, or reserve a document to a Bulletin Board Box in a remote Load the document face down Press:...

  • Page 139

    Sending a Document to a Mailbox (Remote Hub) - continued Select SEND TO Enter the Box Enter the Password Dial the Remote Hub Complete the MAILBOX Number for Reservation Unit Procedure Select “2. SEND TO MAILBOX” Enter the Box Number (max. 20 Enter the password to access Enter the facsimile number of The facsimile starts scanning...

  • Page 140: Reserving A Document To A Mailbox (local Hub)

    Load the Document Display the MAILBOX Select the Mailbox Type cedure to reserve a document to Menu the DP80F/DP85F’s Confiden- tial Box or Bulletin Board Box. Select the desired type of Mail- Load the document face down Press: To reserve the document to a NOTE: box.

  • Page 141

    Reserving a Document to a Mailbox (Local Hub) - continued Select STORE TO Enter the Box Enter the Password Complete the MAILBOX Number for Reservation Procedure Select “4.STORE TO MAILBOX” Enter the Box Number (max. 20 Enter the password to access The facsimile starts scanning by pressing: digits).

  • Page 142: Retrieving (polling) A Document From A Mailbox (remote Hub)

    Retrieving (Polling) a Document from a Mailbox (Remote Hub) This section describes the pro- Display the Select the Mailbox Type Select POLL FROM cedure to retrieve a document MAILBOX Menu MAILBOX from a Confidential Box or Bulle- tin Board Box in a remote hub unit.

  • Page 143

    Retrieving a Document from a Mailbox (Remote Hub) - continued Enter the Box Enter the Password Dial the Remote Hub Complete the Number Unit Procedure The facsimile starts dialing the Enter the Box Number (max. 20 Enter the password to access Enter the facsimile number of remote hub unit to retrieve the digits).

  • Page 144: Printing A Document From A Mailbox (local Hub)

    Display the Select the Mailbox Type Select PRINT cedure to retrieve a document MAILBOX Menu MAILBOX from a local DP80F/DP85F’s Confidential Bulletin Board Box. For more informa- To print the contents of a Bulle- Select “1.PRINT MAILBOX” by Press: Select the desired type of Mail- tion, see page 132.

  • Page 145

    Printing a Document from a Mailbox (Local Hub) - continued Enter the Box Enter the Password Complete the Number Procedure Enter the Box Number (max. 20 Enter the password to access The facsimile starts printing the digits). the Confidential Box. document.

  • Page 146: Cancelling Documents In A Mailbox (local Hub)

    This section describes the pro- Display the Select the Mailbox Type Select CANCEL cedure to cancel the docu- MAILBOX Menu MAILBOX ments stored in the DP80F/ DP85F. This operation will erase all existing documents in Select the desired type of Mail-...

  • Page 147

    Cancelling Documents in a Mailbox (Local Hub) - continued Enter the Box Enter the Password Complete the Number Procedure Enter the Box Number (max. 20 Enter the password to access The facsimile will display the digits). Confidential Box. following screen for approxi- mately 2 seconds before re- turning to the Standby Mode.

  • Page 148: Advanced Transmission Functions

    - ADVANCED TRANSMISSION FUNCTIONS Department Code Access This procedure assumes that DEPT CODE Enter the Complete the you have selected and config- Standby Menu Department Code Procedure ured Department Codes on pag- es 52 and 54 of this manual. The Department Code Standby Enter the 5-digit Department If the password you have en- Once selected, the use of the...

  • Page 149: Account Code Entry

    Account Code Entry This procedure assumes that Load the Document Enter the Facsimile Enter an Account Complete the you have enabled the Account Number Code Procedure Code option on page 56 of this manual. Load the document face down Enter the number of the remote Enter the 4-digit Account Code.

  • Page 150: Chain Dialing

    Chain Dialing This allows you to dial tele- Load the Document Display the CHAIN Enter the Dial Press the START phone/facsimile numbers that DIAL COMM. Menu Number may require many digits with pauses for voice prompts or variations in number sequences Load the document face down Select the direct function access Start constructing your dialing...

  • Page 151: Default Setting For Memory Transmission

    Default Setting for Memory Transmission Memory Transmission allows Display the Select Another Select the your facsimile to quickly scan MEMORY TX Menu SETUP Item, or ... Transmission Mode documents to memory and re- turn them to you. You do not have to wait for the transmission After completing this Configura- Press:...

  • Page 152: Default Setting For Security Transmission

    Default Setting for Security Transmission This function allows transmis- Display the Select the Desired Select Another sions only when the number you SECURITY TX Menu Option SETUP Item, or ... dial matches the number pro- grammed in the remote fac- simile.

  • Page 153: Cover Sheet Registration

    Cover Sheet Registration This function enables the at- Display the COVER Enable / Disable the Include an Image on Load the Image tachment of a cover sheet to the SHEET Menu Cover Sheet the Cover Sheet Document document being transmitted. Prior to selecting this function Press: Enable or Disable the Cover...

  • Page 154: Setting Recovery Transmission

    Setting Recovery Transmission Recovery Transmission allows Display the Select the Recovery Enter the STORED the operator to re-transmit a RECOVERY Transmit Option TIME document after failing the ini- TRANSMIT Menu tially specified number of redial attempts. Press: To turn ON Recovery Transmis- Enter the stored time length (01 sion, press: to 24, in unit of hours).

  • Page 155: Tti (transmit Terminal Id) Print

    Each page of the document is printed with a page number followed by the total number of pages in the document (e.g. 001/003 means the first page of three total pages). • File Number Each document sent from memory is assigned a file number. This file number is used by the DP80F/DP85F to assist you in managing multiple document jobs. Total Page Number...

  • Page 156

    TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) Print - continued Display the TTI Select the TTI Print Menu Option Press: Select the TTI Print option. To select INSIDE, press: To select OUTSIDE, press: To select OFF, press: The display shows the screen below to indicate that the menu selection is completed.

  • Page 157: Send After Scan Default Setting

    Send after Scan Default Setting This feature enables you to de- Display the SEND Select the Send Select the Memory Select Another termine whether dialing AFTER SCAN Menu After Scan Option Full Option SETUP Item, or ... starts while the machine is scanning the documents or after the machine has scanned all Press:...

  • Page 158: Document Length Setting

    Document Length Setting This setting enables or disables Display the Select the Document Select Another the DP80F/DP85F sending doc- DOCUMENT LENGTH Length Option SETUP Item, or ... uments longer than 1 Meter Menu (39.4”). The default setting en- ables the 1 Meter (39.4”) limit.

  • Page 159: Pin Mask

    82). quence. A “+” will be displayed on the LCD display. The Toshiba DP80F/DP85F fa- Adjust the resolution and con- cilitates the telephone PBX sys- trast if desired (see pages 83 tem by masking the PIN entered and 84).

  • Page 160: Advanced Reception Functions

    - ADVANCED RECEPTION FUNCTIONS Secure Reception Access Code Setting There are occasions when you Display the SECURE Select the SECURE Enter the Current Enter a New may wish to secure access to RX Menu RX Option Security Code Security Code incoming documents.

  • Page 161

    Secure Reception Access Code Setting - continued Select Another SETUP Item, or ... After completing this Configura- tion Setting, you may continue to select other settings referring to their associated pages for in- structions, or press to exit the Configuration Setting mode and return to the Standby Mode.

  • Page 162: Secure Rx Activation Period Setting

    Secure RX Activation Period Setting This section describes the pro- Display the SECURE Select the SECURE Enter the Security Activate the cedure to setup the DP80F/ RX Menu RX Option Code Automatic Secure RX DP85F to automatically activate Secure RX during a specified time period.

  • Page 163

    Secure RX Activation Period Setting - continued Set for Each Day Enter the Start and Complete the End Time Procedure To set Secure RX for the entire Enter the time period (start time The following is displayed for 2 24-hour-period for the day dis- and end time) subject to auto- seconds.

  • Page 164: Memory Reception Setting

    Memory Reception Setting When the printer becomes unavailable during a document recep- Display MEMORY Select the Memory tion, due to a recording paper jam, toner empty or other error condi- RX Menu Reception Option tion, this facsimile backs up the received data by storing it in memory.

  • Page 165: Reception-reduction Setting

    Reception-Reduction Setting This function allows the reduc- Display the SET RX Select the Desired Select Another tion of the received image, if REDUCTION Menu Option SETUP Item, or ... received document larger than the recording pa- per. Press: To set RX Reduction to ON, After completing this Configura- press: tion Setting, you may continue...

  • Page 166: Reception-discard Setting

    Reception-Discard Setting This function allows up to 13 Display the Select the Desired Select Another mm* of the lower portion of the DISCARD Menu Option SETUP Item, or ... document to be discarded, if the document is larger than the re- cording paper.

  • Page 167: Reverse Order Printing Setting

    Reverse Order Printing Setting This function receives the entire Display the Select the Desired Select Another facsimile document into memory REVERSE ORDER Option SETUP Item, or ... and then prints the document in PRINT Menu reverse order. In this way, the pages of the document will be in Press: REVERSE...

  • Page 168: Privileged Reception

    Display the Select the Privileged simile from receiving documents PRIVILEGED RX Reception Option from unknown parties. Trans- Menu missions to the DP80F/DP85F are only possible when the Press: To turn ON Privileged Recep- sending facsimile’s terminal tion, press: identification or telephone num-...

  • Page 169: Rti (remote Terminal Id) Print

    RTI (Remote Terminal ID) Print To clearly identify the time, date, and page count of your facsimile receptions, the DP80F/DP85F is able Display the RTI Select the RTI Print to print a Reception Footer (RTI) on received documents using the DP80F/DP85F’s internal clock.

  • Page 170: Setting Separator Page

    Setting Separator Page A Separator Page is a sheet automatically inserted between each Select the Facsimile Display the Select Another received fax. This feature makes it easier to distinguish between Separator Page SEPARATOR PAGE SETUP Item, or ... individual receptions. Option Menu Press:...

  • Page 171: Secure Rx Temporary Stop

    Secure RX Temporary Stop This section describes the pro- Display the SECURE Select TEMPORARY ENTER the Security cedure to manually de-activate RX Menu STOP Code Secure RX. This function will permit you to Press: To temporarily de-activate Se- Enter the 4-digit security code. temporarily de-activate Secure cure RX, press: RX to printout documents re-...

  • Page 172: Advanced Pc Function

    - ADVANCED PC FUNCTION Letter Head Paper Setting This function permits you to limit Display the LETTER Select the Tray Select Another usage of a particular paper tray HEAD PAPER Menu Option SETUP Item, or ... to PC printing or copy mode op- eration.

  • Page 173: Transmission Options

    - TRANSMISSION OPTIONS Security Transmission This function prevents your fac- Load the Document Display the Select the Option Enter the Facsimile simile from sending to an incor- SECURITY TX Menu Number rectly dialed phone. With this function set ON, the dialed num- ber will be checked against the Press: Load the document face down...

  • Page 174: Disabling Ecm Temporarily

    Disabling ECM Temporarily If the ECM default setting is set Select the ECM Display the SET to ON, it is always effective for ECM Menu Option communications on your fac- simile. Press: Select “2.OFF” by pressing: You can turn the ECM OFF for a single transmission using this procedure.

  • Page 175: Dialing With Sub-address

    Dialing with Sub-Address This function attaches a sub-ad- Display the SUB Load the Document Select the Option Enter the SUB dress to the standard destina- ADDRESS COMM Address tion address in the event the re- Menu mote party requires one. Load the document face down Press: Select one of the following op-...

  • Page 176

    Dialing with Sub-Address - continued Enter the SEP Enter the PWD Complete the Enter the Facsimile Address Sub-Address Entry Number Enter the number of the remote Enter the required SEP address Enter the required PWD (max. When the sub-address data has facsimile using any of the fol- (max.

  • Page 177: Enabling Or Disabling Send After Scan Temporarily

    Enabling or Disabling Send after Scan Temporarily If the Send After Scan Mode Load the Document Display the SEND Select the Send Select the Memory Default Setting is set to “OFF”, AFTER SCAN Menu After Scan Option Full Option this feature allows you enable the Send After Scan mode for a single transmission.

  • Page 178

    Enabling or Disabling Send after Scan Temporarily Enter the Facsimile Number Enter the number of the remote facsimile using any of the fol- lowing dialing methods. • One Touch Key Dialing ... See page 89 • Abbreviated Dialing ... See page 90 •...

  • Page 179: Attaching Or Printing A Cover Sheet

    Attaching or Printing a Cover Sheet This function attaches a cover Load the Document Display the COVER Select the Option Enter the Remote sheet to the document to be transmitted or prints the cover SHEET Menu Party’s Name sheet for confirmation purposes. Prior to using this cover sheet To attach a cover sheet, press: Load the document face down...

  • Page 180

    Attaching or Printing Cover Sheet - continued Enter the Sender’s Enter the Facsimile Name Number Cover Sheet Format Enter your name. Enter the number of the remote facsimile using any of the follow- Your Station ID (if preset; max. 40 characters) See page 36 for more informa- ing dialing methods.

  • Page 181: Delayed Communication (time Designation)

    Delayed Communication (Time Designation) This function is available to re- Display the Load the Document Enter the Time and Enter the Facsimile serve a document for transmis- DELAYED COMM. Date Number sion at a programmed time. Menu This function is convenient for Load the document face down Press: Enter the time and day-of-...

  • Page 182: Priority Transmission

    Priority Transmission Priority Transmission permits Load the Document Display the Enter the Facsimile you to execute a transmission PRIORITY TX Menu Number before any other reserved trans- mission job. Load the document face down Press: Enter the number of the remote in the Document Support (see facsimile using any of the fol- NOTES:...

  • Page 183: Sending Recovery Transmission

    Press: When the sending document to Enter the new facsimile number. Press: DP80F/DP85F for resending. be recovered was sent using the One Touch key, Abbreviated Dial Number, Group Number, or NOTE: Alphabet Dialing, press:...

  • Page 184

    Sending Recovery Transmission - continued Select the Cancel Option To delete the selected docu- ment stored resending, press: To retain the selected docu- ment stored resending, press: DELETED Displayed for 2 seconds Standby Mode screen.

  • Page 185: Low Speed Transmission

    Low Speed Transmission If communication errors fre- Load the Document Display the FAX Select a Speed Enter the Facsimile quently occur while transmitting SPEED Menu Number documents due to bad line con- ditions, we recommend you se- lect a lower transmission speed Load the document face down Press: Select the desired speed.

  • Page 186: Line Monitor

    Line Monitor This function is used to set the Load the Document Display the LINE Select the Option Enter the Facsimile facsimile’s speaker ON in order MONITOR Menu Number to monitor the phone line for one communication only. This func- tion is mainly used to confirm di- Press: Load the document face down...

  • Page 187: Setting The Page Count

    Setting the Page Count When this function is set to ON, Load the Document Display the PAGE Enter the Number of Enter the Facsimile the designated number of pages NUMBER Menu Document Pages Number will be printed at the top of the recording paper at the remote station.

  • Page 188: Communication Report Print

    Load the document face down Select the function key on the To set the DP80F/DP85F to al- Enter the number of the remote this function to ON as a default in the Document Support (see Operation Panel.

  • Page 189: Lists And Reports

    To setup the Communication Report, go to page 189 to 193. JOURNAL RECEPTION LIST 01.SET KEY DEFAULT The following screen is dis- The DP80F/DP85F will print a reception list under the following con- played to confirm your selection. 02.AUTO PRINT ditions: AUTO PRINT 1.ON...

  • Page 190

    Reception Journal Settings - continued AUTO PRINT Options Press the following key to setup automatic printing of the TX and RX Journals whenever 40 trans- actions have taken in place. To turn ON Automatic printing of journal, press: To turn OFF Automatic printing of journal, press: The following screen is dis- played to confirm your selection.

  • Page 191: Direct Transmission Report Setting

    Direct Transmission Report Setting Display the TX Select the Option for REPORT Menu TX REPORT Press: Select the desired printing op- tion non-memory, direct transmissions. To ALWAYS print a Transmis- sion Report whenever a docu- ment is transmitted, press: To only print a Transmission Report when an error occurrs, press: To turn OFF automatic printing...

  • Page 192: Memory Transmission Report Setting

    Memory Transmission Report Setting Display the Select the Option for Set the Option for MEMORY TX MEMORY TX SHOW FIRST PAGE Menu Press: Select the desired printing op- To print a first page image of the tion for single location memory document on the Transmission transmissions.

  • Page 193: Multi-address Report Setting

    Multi-Address Report Setting Display the Select the Option for MULTI-ADD REPORT Set the Option for MULTI-ADD SHOW FIRST PAGE REPORT Menu Press: Select the desired option for To turn off automatic printing of To print a first page image of the Multi-address Transmission Re- Transmission Reports, press: document on the transmission...

  • Page 194: Multi-polling Report Setting

    Multi-Polling Report Setting Display the MULTI POLL MULTI POLL REPORT Options REPORT Menu Press: Select the desired option for Multi-polling Reports. To ALWAYS print a report whenever a polling operation occurs, press: To only print a report when an error occurrs, press: To turn OFF automatic printing of this report, press: The following screen is dis-...

  • Page 195: Relay Originator Report Setting

    NOTE: The following screen is dis- This is only applicable if the played to confirm your selection. DP80F/DP85F is used as an To not print a first page image of Originator for a relay trans- the document on the transmis- mission (see page 116).

  • Page 196: Reception List Settings

    Reception List Settings Display the Select the Job for LOCAL MAILBOX REMOTE MAILBOX RECEPTION LIST RECEPTION LIST LIST LIST Menu Press: Select the desired option. When “01.LOCAL MAILBOX” is When “02.REMOTE MAILBOX” selected in Step 2, the following is selected in Step 2, the follow- To select the LOCAL MAIL- screen displays.

  • Page 197: List And Report Print Format And Printing Procedure

    - LIST AND REPORT PRINT FORMAT AND PRINTING PROCEDURE Transmission/Reception Journal (Communication Journal) Transmission/Reception Journal shows the result of each com- “TO” is replaced with “FROM” Facsimile/Telephone Number munication for up to the past 40 in a RECEPTION JOURNAL of this facsimile unit transmissions/receptions.

  • Page 198: Transmission Report

    Transmission Report This is the result report printed after a Direct Transmission (a job transmitted directly from the document feeder instead of from memory). TRANSMISSION REPORT Printing Procedure TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 Auto Print (if programmed, see NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 page 189):...

  • Page 199: Memory Transmission Report

    Memory Transmission Report This is the result report printed after a Memory Transmission. (A job transmitted after the document is first scanned into memory.) MEMORY TRANSMISSION REPORT Printing Procedure TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 Auto Print (if programmed, see page 190): FILE NUMBER...

  • Page 200: Reservation List

    Reservation List This is a listing of the communi- cation jobs now reserved in memory. RESERVATION LIST Printing Procedure TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 Manual Print Press: TX/RX FILE NBR FUNCTION MAIL DATE TIME MULTI TX MAY-16 11:55 TEL NBR: 123456789012345678901234567890...

  • Page 201: Multi-address Transmission Report

    Multi-Address Transmission Report This is the result report printed after a Multi-address Transmis- sion. MULTI TRANSMISSION REPORT TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 Printing Procedure TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 NAME ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 Auto Print (if programmed; see FILE NUMBER page 191): DATE MAY-17 14:18 Printing will automatically DOCUMENT PAGES start after all transmissions...

  • Page 202: Multi-polling Report

    Multi-Polling Report This is the result report printed after a Multi-polling Reception. MULTI POLLING REPORT Printing Procedure TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 NAME ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 Auto Print (if programmed, see page 192): FILE NUMBER Printing will automatically DATE MAY-17 14:18 start after all polling opera- tions have been completed...

  • Page 203: Relay Send Originator Report

    Relay Send Originator Report This is the result report the Originating Terminal prints after a Relay Transmission. RELAY SEND ORIGINATOR TERMINAL REPORT TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 Printing Procedure TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 Auto Print (if programmed, see FILE NUMBER page 193): DATE...

  • Page 204: Mailbox (itu-t Compatible F-code Communication) List

    Mailbox (ITU-T Compatible F-code Communication) List Issues a list of the documents reserved through the local (i.e., your own) station and remote stations, using the Open Mail- box System (ITU-T Compatible F-code Communication). MAILBOX (OPEN) LIST TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 Printing Procedure NAME...

  • Page 205: Department Control List

    Department Control List Available only when the Department Control Mode option is selected. Issues a list of Department Codes and data processed for the Department Control Mode. Printing Procedure DEPARTMENT CODE LIST Press: TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 DEPT NBR...

  • Page 206: Preset Dialing Number Lists

    Preset Dialing Number Lists These are listings of the preset All of Lists Abbreviated Dial Numbers, One Touch Keys, Multi-address Issues three lists, one after an- The following will be printed. For the print format and description of Groups, and Alphabetical sort. other, in one operation se- printed items, see the page listed below: You can request all of these...

  • Page 207: Abbreviated Dial Number List

    Preset Dialing Number Lists - continued Abbreviated Dial Number List Issues a list of remote station dialing numbers assigned as Abbreviated Dial Numbers. ABBREVIATED TEL NUMBER LIST Printing Procedure TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 Press: ABB.NBR NAME TEL NUMBER...

  • Page 208: One Touch Number List

    Preset Dialing Number Lists - continued One Touch Number List Issues a list of dial numbers of the remote stations assigned to One Touch Dial Keys. ONE TOUCH NUMBER INFORMATION Printing Procedure TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 Press:...

  • Page 209: Group Number List

    Preset Dialing Number Lists - continued Group Number List Issues a list of One Touch Key or Abbreviated Dial Numbers registered Multi-address Groups or Multi-polling Groups. GROUP NUMBER INFORMATION TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 Printing Procedure NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 Press: GROUP NUMBER NAME...

  • Page 210: Address Book List

    Preset Dialing Number Lists - continued Address Book List Issues a listing of names pro- grammed to Abbreviated Dial Number, One Touch Key, and Group Number. ADDRESS BOOK TIME :MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER :12345678901234567890 NAME :ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 Printing Procedure Press: NAME LOCATION ABB./OT/GROUP/TEL NUMBER ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST...

  • Page 211: Function List

    Function List Issues a list to confirm the func- tions currently set in this fac- FUNCTION LIST simile unit. TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 Printing Procedure MACHINE SETTINGS RX SETTING SECURE RX : OFF AUTO RECEIVE MODE : AUTO Press:...

  • Page 212: Menu List

    Menu List Issues a list of menu items through which functions or op- MENU LIST tions can be set. TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 This list can be a useful guide TEL NUMBER : 12345678901234567890 during machine programming. NAME : ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234 1.FAX FEATURES 5.DEFAULT SETTINGS 1.SEND OPTION...

  • Page 213: Power Failure List

    Power Failure List This facsimile not have a battery back document memory contents. When the power is turned off (due to a power failure, etc.) and the com- POWER FAILURE LIST munication data stored memory is cleared, a list of the TIME : MAY-17-00 14:25 File Numbers of those cleared...

  • Page 214: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Error Messages If an abnormal condition arises Error Message Cause / Solution Error Message Cause / Solution in the facsimile or an incorrect operation is performed, an alarm buzzer is generated for about 4 seconds and a message to indi- BROKEN REGISTRATION Autodialer numbers and initial JOB MEMORY FULL...

  • Page 215

    Error Messages - continued Error Message Cause / Solution Error Message Cause / Solution LOWER PAPER EMPTY No paper exists in the lower pa- CHECK TELEPHONE LINE Line is not connected to the tele- per tray. This error occurs with phone line.

  • Page 216: Paper Jam Error Codes

    Paper Jam Error Codes If a paper jam occurs during a reception or copying operation, the message “PAPER SIZE ERROR OR PAPER JAM XX” is displayed. If this occurs, follow the procedure below. The code number “XX” indicates the location of the paper jam as shown in the table below.

  • Page 217: Error Codes Printed On Reports

    Error Codes Printed on Reports When an Error Code is printed as a status indication on Transmission Reports, etc., refer to the following description for the applicable Error Code to determine the cause. Error Error Cause How to Correct Cause How to Correct Code Code...

  • Page 218: Transmission Problems

    Transmission Problems When transmissions are not performed normally, check the points in the table below. Problem Cause Solution If the facsimile will not operate correctly after confirming these points or anything not listed here occurs, call your service representative. When document pag- Too many document pages Set a maximum of 30 pages es are fed into the...

  • Page 219: Reception Problems

    Reception Problems When receptions are not performed normally, check the points in the table below. If Problem Cause Solution the facsimile will not operate correctly after confirming these points or anything not The recording paper is not Check the paper installation, listed here occurs, call your service representatives.

  • Page 220: Clearing A Document Jam

    Clearing a Document Jam If a document jam occurs during Open the Operation Close the Operation Remove Other Remove the a transmission, the message Documents Panel Jammed Document Panel “DOCUMENT JAM” is displayed in the LCD window. Follow this procedure to clear a document jam.

  • Page 221: Clearing A Recording Paper Jam

    Clearing a Recording Paper Jam If a recording paper jam occurs Remove the Pull Up the Document Remove the Jammed Remove the Bypass during a reception or a copying Documents Exit Tray Paper (Bypass Tray) Tray operation, the message “PA- PER SIZE ERROR OR PAPER JAM XX”...

  • Page 222

    Clearing a Recording Paper Jam - continued Remove the Jammed Remove the Jammed Pull Out the Optional Open the Top Cover Insert the Optional Paper (Optional Paper (Paper Tray) Recording Paper Tray Recording Paper Tray Recording Paper Tray) Remove the jammed paper from Remove the Optional Recording Remove the stack of paper from Insert the Optional Recording...

  • Page 223

    Clearing a Recording Paper Jam - continued Remove the Jammed Remove the Toner Cartridge and Drum Unit Pull Up the Paper Remove the Jammed Paper Guide Paper (Fuser Area) (Paper Feed Area) Pull up the Paper Guide. Remove jammed paper Remove the Toner Cartridge and Drum Unit.

  • Page 224

    Clearing a Recording Paper Jam - continued Remove the Jammed Install the Drum Unit Install the Toner Cartridge Close the Top Cover Paper (Paper Exit Area) Press down on the Top Cover Open the Paper Exit Guide and Install the Drum Unit into the Holding onto Toner...

  • Page 225

    Clearing a Recording Paper Jam - continued If there is any received Return the Document document stored in Exit Tray, etc. memory ... If a recording paper jam oc- curs during a reception, the received documents are au- tomatically stored in memo- ry.

  • Page 226: When The Recorded Image Is Not Clear

    When the Recorded Image is not Clear... If the Document Scanner Unit is Document Scanner Cleaning Procedure dirty, your documents may not be transmitted clearly. If the Re- Wipe the Glass Open the Operation Wipe the ADF Pad cording Unit is dirty, the docu- Surface and White Panel and Rollers...

  • Page 227

    When the Recorded Image is not Clear... - continued Document Scanner Cleaning Procedure - continued Close the Operation Panel Close the Operation Panel. • Make sure that the hooks on both sides are firmly latched.

  • Page 228: Recording Unit Cleaning Procedure

    When the Recorded Image is not Clear... - continued Recording Unit Cleaning Procedure Open the Top Cover Remove the Toner Cartridge and Drum Unit Pull Up the Paper Wipe the Paper Guide Pickup Roller, etc. Push the Top Cover Open But- Wipe the Paper Pickup Roller Pull up on the Paper Guide that Remove the Toner Cartridge and Drum Unit.

  • Page 229

    When the Recorded Image is not Clear... - continued Recording Unit Cleaning Procedure - continued Wipe the Bottom Install the Toner Cartridge Close the Top Cover Install the Drum Unit Side of Paper Guide Install the Drum Unit into the ma- Wipe the bottom side of Paper Holding onto the Toner Car- Press down on the Top Cover...

  • Page 230: User Test Mode

    USER TEST MODE - AUTOMATIC TEST MODE AUTO TEST AUTO TEST mode permits you to automatically perform a series of Display the TEST Select the AUTO Completed the machine tests in one operation. MODE Menu TEST Menu AUTO TEST The test items performed by the AUTO TEST are: Press: When all the tests end, the word Press:...

  • Page 231: Individual Test Mode

    - INDIVIDUAL TEST MODE INDIVIDUAL TEST Summary In INDIVIDUAL TEST mode, Select the Desired Enter the INDIVIDUAL you can perform specific tests INDIVIDUAL TEST TEST Menu on this facsimile. (01-07) Press: Press until the desired INDIVIDUAL TEST is displayed or enter the desired INDIVIDUAL TEST (01 through 07) using the dial keypad.

  • Page 232: Adf Test

    ADF TEST The ADF test checks the opera- Select the ADF TEST Select the ADF Test Load the Documents tion of the ADF by transporting Menu Result and unloading documents. You can check that the ADF is nor- mal if the number of documents Press: Load the documents in the If a document jam occurs during...

  • Page 233

    ADF TEST - continued Completed the ADF TEST The word “OPERATION COM- PLETED” is displayed on the screen and the unit returns to individual test selection screen. The result of the ADF test can be confirmed with the self test report.

  • Page 234: Key Test

    KEY TEST The key test checks key switch Select the Key Test Check the Keys Completed the Exit the Key Test operation Operation Menu Mode KEY TEST Panel. Press: Press all the key switches ex- Press: The result of the key test can be confirmed with the self test re- port.

  • Page 235: Led Test

    LED TEST The LED test checks LED op- Select the LED TEST Check the LCDs Select the Test Result Completed the eration by lighting all the LEDs Menu Option LED TEST on the Operation Panel. Press: Visually check that all the LEDs If all the LEDs turn on, press: The word “OPERATION COM- are on.

  • Page 236: Lcd Test

    LCD TEST The LCD test checks LCD op- Completed the Select the LCD TEST Start the LCD Test Select the Test Result eration by turning on and off all Menu Option LCD TEST the elements of the LCD on the Operation Panel.

  • Page 237: Speaker Test

    SPEAKER TEST The speaker test checks speak- Select the SPEAKER Check the Speaker Select the Test Result Completed the er operation by changing the SPEAKER TEST TEST Menu Volume Option volume output from the speaker. Press: If all volumes are output nor- The word “OPERATION COM- mally, press: PLETED”...

  • Page 238: Sensor Test

    SENSOR TEST The switch test checks if the de- Select the SWITCH Check the Top Cover Check the Paper Tray tection switches operate nor- TEST Menu mally. Press: Open the Top Cover. When its Remove the Recording Paper in If an Optional Recording Paper The test items in SWITCH TEST open state is detected, the Recording...

  • Page 239

    SENSOR TEST - continued Completed the SENSOR TEST The result of the sensor test can be confirmed with the self test report. To print the self test re- port, refer to “PRINTING A TEST RESULT” on page 239. If the result of the sensor test is judged to be NG, call your ser- vice representative.

  • Page 240: Print Test

    PRINT TEST The print test checks the print function by printing a test pattern. Select the TEST Select the Print Completed the PRINT Menu Result Option PRINT TEST Print Sample Press: If the test pattern prints properly, The word “OPERATION COM- press: PLETED”...

  • Page 241: Test Result

    - TEST RESULT PRINTING a TEST RESULT This test result list prints out the results of the individual tests as a Select the TEST self test report. RESULT Menu Press: Print Sample After completion of the list out- put, the display returns to the standby mode screen.

  • Page 242: Remote Service

    A separate contract with the service center will be required to receive this RDC service. NOTES: • This capability is currently under development and is not yet available. This RDC Service will be restricted to TOSHIBA trained technicians working for TOSHIBA authorized dealers and will not be available in all areas. •...

  • Page 243: Automatic Supplies Order

    - AUTOMATIC SUPPLIES ORDER Automatic Supplies Order Setting This machine can automatically send an order sheet to a designated fax machine informing your supplier that a replacement Drum Kit or Toner Kit is required. Contact your local authorized dealer for information on this setting. NOTE: This function is not available in the United States.

  • Page 244: Specifications

    Effective Printing Width: 212 mm (8.34 inches) Outer appearance, specifications, etc. may be changed without prior notice. If any trouble is encountered, contact your authorized TOSHIBA facsimile dealer. Compatibility Communication Modes: ECM, G3, Exclusive Modes: (EX) The clock function and programming data of this device are preserved with a built- in battery.

  • Page 245: Supplies

    SUPPLIES HARDWARE OPTIONS Letter-size Recording Paper: Optional Paper Tray: FU-18L Legal-size Recording Paper: Handset: HD-18 Drum Kit: DK-18 Toner Kit: TK-18...

  • Page 246

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  • Page 247: Toshiba Viewer

    TOSHIBA Viewer OPERATOR’S MANUAL...

  • Page 248: License Agreement

    LICENSE AGREEMENT Wordcraft International Limited Unimessage Pro Software Licence Agreement CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE Software is licensed subject to the limitations on permitted use. No refund will be given after the purchaser has installed the software. This Licence shall continue for as long as the Product is in use. Failure to comply with the terms and conditions detailed below will result in termination of the licence.

  • Page 249: Contents

    Browse Folders ................258 Changing the Device Configuration ........... 258 Saving the Device Configuration ............261 Add/Edit Phonebook contacts on the DP80F/DP85F ......263 Saving the Phonebook ..............265 Creating a Routing Rules ..............267 Finding items stored in TOSHIBA Viewer folders ....... 268 Creating Folder ..................

  • Page 250: Introduction

    “TOSHIBA Viewer” has been specially designed for use with DP80F/DP85F’s [Multi-Function Peripherals] and TWAIN compatible scanning devices. Subject to the device with which you are using TOSHIBA Viewer and the configuration of your specific copy of TOSHIBA Viewer, available features of TOSHIBA Viewer include: •...

  • Page 251: Installation And Device Configuration

    Includes the printer driver and TWAIN driver for Plug-and-Play installation. • \DriversNT4\Local Printer & TWAIN Includes the printer driver and TWAIN driver for installing by Add Printer function in Windows NT4.0 that DP80F/DP85F is connected in local. • \DriversNT4\Network Printer...

  • Page 252: Installing The Toshiba Viewer

    • The TOSHIBA DP80F/ for the sources in each DP85F connected to folder. Type “D:\Toshiba Viewer\Setup.exe” Start the Installation your PC is powered Type “D:\Toshiba Viewer\Setup.exe” where D is your Click Next. CD-ROM drive. Click OK.

  • Page 253

    Installing the TOSHIBA Viewer - continued Installation - continued Read the Software License Agreement Select the Program Folder Exit the Installation Window If you agree the License Agreement, click Yes. Click Next. Select Yes, I want to restart my computer now., and click Finish.

  • Page 254: Device Setup

    Installing the TOSHIBA Viewer - continued After restarting the computer, Device Setup the Unimessage Pro device wizard automatically appears. Unimessage Pro device wizard appears Select the device driver installation type NOTE: This device setup wizard can be operated by running...

  • Page 255

    Select Custom for the type of Setup the device model Descriptive Device Name Select Toshiba in the Manufacturers field and the Name are already entered. Rename them if required. Click Next. model that is connected to your PC in the Models field.

  • Page 256

    TWAIN resource should be installed as DP80F/DP85F should be created or not. If you choose you configure the device. to create this printer, it will be named after the DP80F/ DP85F but you can edit this name if you prefer. Click Next.

  • Page 257

    Select whether to creat a shortcut and Complete the device setup TOSHIBA Viewer starts the location Click Finish. NOTE: If you want to install several TOSHIBA Viewers, it is required to change the name of the shortcut to avoid the name being overlapped.

  • Page 258: Uninstalling The Toshiba Viewer

    During the uninstallation, the confirmation dialogs for removing the shared files appear. Click OK to delete Select Unimessage Pro TOSHIBA Viewer alert dialog appears all shared files in the TOSHIBA Viewer program folder. Click Add/Remove..Exit all applications running on your machine, and click Restart your computer to complete the uninstallation.

  • Page 259: Description Of The Functions

    TOSHIBA Viewer on- line Help. From this menu you can access the main TOSHIBA Viewer system. You can examine the lists of scanned and filed images by clicking the TOSHIBA Viewer logo. The round buttons provide quick access to some of the TOSHIBA Viewer functions and can include a combination of the following:...

  • Page 260: Browse Folders

    Welcome menu, select Program from the Set- configure the device con- TOSHIBA Viewer Display is the menu list - File , Edit , up menu, click on the figuration using this pro- View , Message , Setup , Window , and Help . Below the Application tab and gram.

  • Page 261

    Click on Device tab. Click on Port tab. Check on Print and/or Scan if you want the DP80F/DP85F to be Select the port that your computer connects to your DP80F/DP85F. worked as a printer and/or scanner using the TOSHIBA Viewer.

  • Page 262

    A “New settings” file is created. cated on your hard disk, go to Step 3b. Click the ü button to download the new settings to your DP80F/ DP85F. Back to Step 2a. When you want to change the device settings file by copying...

  • Page 263: Saving The Device Configuration

    Upon releasing the left mouse button, the contents of the user settings file are copied to the device settings file. Click the ü button to download the new settings to your DP80F/ DP85F. Back to Step 2a. NOTE: Click the button to cancel adding/editing the device configura- tion.

  • Page 264

    (e.g. Right-click on the new settings file and select Save. Right-click on the new settings file and select Save “TOSHIBA”) then drag it to the new settings file (e.g. as..“DP85F LA Office”) and release the left mouse button.

  • Page 265: Add/edit Phonebook Contacts On The Dp80f/dp85f

    Browse Folders - continued Add/Edit Phonebook contacts on the DP80F/DP85F TOSHIBA Viewer permits Open the Devices folder Change the settings you to remotely add/edit One Touch and/or Abbre- viated Number contacts When you want to change on your DP80F/DP85F. Setup device...

  • Page 266

    Upon releasing the left mouse button, the contents of the user phonebook file are copied to the device phonebook file. Click the ü button to download the new settings to your DP80F/ Right-click on the new settings file and select Load..DP85F.

  • Page 267: Saving The Phonebook

    To copy the current device phonebook settings to the new settings file, left-click and hold on the device phonebook file (e.g. “TOSHIBA”) then drag it to the new settings file (e.g. “LA Office Toshiba Phonebook Setup appears. Phonebook) and release the left mouse button.

  • Page 268

    OK. TOSHIBA Viewer will prompt you to save the file. NOTE: The phonebook file is saved as a set file on your hard disk. The file extension is “set”. This file can be retrieved by TOSHIBA Viewer.

  • Page 269: Creating A Routing Rules

    Click New... to create a new rule. Click Finish. Routing Rules Wizard appears. Some sample rules are supplied with TOSHIBA Viewer. To acti- vate them, go to the Routing Check on the terms for a rule Click Move up to change the apply...

  • Page 270: Finding Items Stored In Toshiba Viewer Folders

    Browse Folders - continued Finding items stored in TOSHIBA Viewer folders Once files stored Define a new search Click Find icon TOSHIBA Viewer folders, you can ask TOSHIBA Viewer to find items for you based on their properties. NOTE: •...

  • Page 271: Creating Folder

    You can then search all or some of these folders to find i.e. The file itself is not copied into the TOSHIBA Viewer folder messages or files at a later and will be opened from its original location when you open date.

  • Page 272: File Scan

    File Scan You can use your DP80F/ Scanning with your DP80F/DP85F or other TWAIN compatible scanner DP85F to scan hard copy documents into Set the hard copies to be Click File Scan on Main Welcome Menu Click Scan TWAIN compatible appli-...

  • Page 273

    File Scan - continued Scanning with your DP80F/DP85F or other TWAIN compatible scanner - continued Select the Scanned pages Select what you do with the scanned images Click Add. Click OK. Repeat all scanned pages are added into a document.

  • Page 274: Toshiba Viewer Gdi Printer

    Select Print from File menu. Click OK. Printer from the Main Continue general operation for printer properties and The print job is sent to DP80F/DP85F. TOSHIBA Viewer Dis- print settings. The scanned image is printed. play. To create a GDI...

  • Page 275: Printing From Other Application

    TOSHIBA Viewer GDI Printer - continued Printing from Other Application You can also print a document Select Page Setup... in File menu Select DP80F/DP85F Printer for Name from other applications using TOSHIBA Viewer Printer. The procedure is the example with Windows NotePad. The procedure may vary depending on the application.

  • Page 276

    TOSHIBA Viewer GDI Printer - continued Printing from Other Application - continued Set print settings Select Print in File menu Click OK. The print job is sent to DP80F/DP85F. Page Setup dialog is closed. The document is printed.

  • Page 277: Index

    © Copyright TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION 2000 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED DP80F/DP85F Printed in Japan...

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