DP 80F / 85F Instruction manual Dear Reader. Thank you for your interest in a Toshiba Fax machine! To allow you to get your fax machine up and running as soon as possible, this manual only covers the most important criteria.
CONTENTS PREPARATION Transmission options, ECM on/off ... Transmission options, number of pages ..Unpacking ....... Transmission options, protected transmission .
ADVANCED SETTINGS Delayed fax job ......Set transmission header position ... . Reception trailer (RTI) .
Control panel Document tray extension Recording paper cassette Document guides Document tray Exit document extension tray Exit document extension tray Single-sheet feed Exit document tray Recording paper tray 789 10 12 13 15 14 16...
1 DISPLAY 12 ENTER KEYS 21 SPEED DIAL Displays indications about the Activates selected menu items Press this key to select a stored operating modes of your fax and also used for terminating alphabet dial number, a name or machine. Your control monitor data input.
PREPARATION Unpacking When unpacking your machine, please check that all parts shown here are present and in perfect condition. 7. Drum unit The correct location 1. Fax machine for your fax machine is easily found: near • a 230 V AC socket*, •...
Remove transport fittings: Before you start to use your fax machine, please remove all transport fittings. Preparing and installing printer components In order to prevent any transport damage, the high-quality printer unit of your new fax machine is supplied with the additional protection of special packaging.
• If toner gets in your mouth, wash it out with plenty of water. • In an emergency, call a doctor. Consumables are taken back and recycled by your TOSHIBA dealer.
Consumables are taken toner) back and recycled by your TOSHIBA dealer. Connecting your fax machine Connect your fax machine (LINE jack) to the telephone socket, as shown on the right. Liability in case of wrong connection by the user is excluded.
Mounting accessories Insert the recording paper cassette Adjust the document guides Insert the retaining pins of the into the corresponding guides until according to the dimensions of the recording paper tray into the it locks into place. paper. corresponding holes. If required, pull out the recording paper tray extension.
Using the single-sheet feed The single-sheet feed is used for the separate printing of single media, such as: • Copies • Letterhead pages • Envelopes • Films • Single pages (max. 120 g) The single-sheet feed can also be used to copy (see page 28), to print via the PC and for the TX report function (see page...