Philips FaxJet 335, FaxJet 365 User Manual

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User Manual
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Dear Customer,

In buying this device you have chosen a quality product made by PHILIPS. Your device fulfils the most varied re­quirements for private use or in your office and business everyday.
Your machine is sold with a starter cartridge for a few test pages.
Short and Speed dialling
You can assign frequently dialled numbers to speed dial keys or short dialling numbers. These functions help you to call these numbers quickly.
The built-in answering machine (depending on the model) stores up to 14 minutes of messages. You can record inter­nal and external voice messages (= memos). Using remote message retrieval, you can call new messages from each tel­ephone.
You can send fax messages in different resolutions to one or more recipients. You can also poll faxes and prepare documents for polling.
Select the resolution for text and photo in order to copy documents with your machine. You can also create multi­ple copies.
You can send SMS messages from your machine if this service is activated for your telephone line (this function is not supported in all countries and networks). Received SMS messages can be managed with the extensive func­tions of the SMS menu.
We hope you enjoy your machine and its many functions!

About this User Manual

With the installation guide on the following pages, you can start using your machine quickly and easily. Detailed de­scriptions can be found in the following sections of this user manual.
Read the entire user manual carefully. Follow all safety in­structions in order to ensure proper operation of your ma­chine. The manufacturer accepts no liability if these in­structions are not followed.
Multiple models of this machine series are described in this user manual. Please note that many functions are only available with specific models.

Symbols Used

Dangers
Warns about dangers for people, damage to the ma­chine or other objects as well as possible loss of data. Injuries or damage can result from improper han­dling.
Tips
This symbol designates tips that will help you to use your machine more effectively and easily.
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Installation guide

Packing contents

Packing contents Primo Voice
Device
ƒ Handset
Spiral cable for handset
Paper tray
Power cord with plug (country-specific)
Telephone cord with plug (country-specific)
ˆ Ink cartridge (black)
User Manual
User manual with installation guide (not depicted)
Verpackungsinhalt
Missing Package Contents
If one of the parts is missing or damaged, please con­tact your retailer or our customer service.

Attaching paper tray

Attaching paper tray
Insert the paper tray in the opening provided for it.
Papierhalter einstecken
Paper
Separate the paper sheets by fanning them out, then align them by tapping edge of the stack lightly against a flat surface. This will prevent several sheets of paper from being drawn in all at once.
Preparing Paper

Inserting paper

Inserting paper

1 Fold open the paper feed flap towards front until stop.
2 Insert paper in the paper feeder. You can insert maxi-
mum 100 sheets (A4 · 80 g/m
2
).
Inserting paper
Paper format
Before you can receive documents or make copies, you must load paper into the machine. Please use only appro­priate paper in standard format A4 (210 × 297 millimetre
· preferably 80 g/m
2
). Follow the specifications in the tech-
nical data.
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3 Close the paper feed flap.

Connecting handset

Plug one end of the spiral cable into the socket on the tel­ephone handset. Put the other end into the socket at the
device bottom marked with ) symbol.
Telefonhörer anschließen

Connecting the Telephone Cord

Connecting the Telephone Cable
Connect the telephone cord to the device by inserting it in
the socket designated with LINE (RJ-11-Connector). In-
sert the telephone plug into your telephone connection socket.
Telefonkabel anschließen
Insert the power cable into the connection located on the rear side of the machine. Connect the power cable to the electrical socket.
Netzkabel anschließen Faxjet

Inserting ink cartridge

1 Open the control panel, by lifting and folding it up in
the centre. Click the control panel completely in place.
Extension
If you connect your device as extension to a tele­phone system, you must set it for working as an ex­tension (also see Chapter "Telephone connections and additional devices, page 27).

Connecting the Power Cord

Power Type at Setup Location
Check whether the power type of your machine (in­dicated on the type plate) matches the power type available at the setup location.
Connecting the Power Cable
2 Open the cartridge compartment by pressing on the
upper right corner of the document holder (arrow) and then carefully lifting it backwards. Click the document holder completely in place.
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3 Remove the cartridge from the packing and remove the
protective strips.
Please make certain that the protective strip has been completely removed. Be careful not to touch the nozzles or contacts.
4 Insert the cartridge into the holder with the coloured
end facing front and the contacts facing down.
5 Press the cartridge down until it snaps into place. 6 Close the device by folding the document holder down
and swivelling the metal bracket upward.
7 The close the control panel.

Initial installation

Subsequent initial installation
You can start the initial installation at a later point of
time using MENU and 1 also
Printing the menu overview
You can print the menu overview using MENU and
2.

Selecting the language

1 Use u to select the desired display language.
2 Confirm using o.

Selecting the country

Setting the Country Correctly
Always set the country in which you are operating the machine. Otherwise, your machine is not adapt­ed to the telephone network. If your country is not included in the list, you must select a different setting and use the correct telephone cable for the country. Consult your retailer.
Setting the country
1 Confirm using CHOOSE COUNTRY with o.
2 Use u to select the country in which you are oper-
ating the machine.
3 Confirm using o.

Activating the printing head

1 Confirm NEW PRINT HEAD? using 1 to set the ink
level memory to "full“.
2 A test page is printed. 3 Check the print sample for interruptions.
4 If necessary, repeat the printing using 1.
5 You can finish using 0 and j.

Entering the date and time

1 Press MENU.
2 Confirm
3 If necessary, change the date format using u.
4 Confirm using o.
5 If necessary, change the time format using u.
6 Confirm using o.
7 Enter the date (two digits each) e.g. 080607 8 Enter the time, e.g. 1400 for 2 pm.
9 Confirm using o.
10 You can exit with j.
DATE AND TIME using o.
for 8 June 2007.
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Overview

Overview of the menu functions

Calling Ijet 2 menu functions
Press MENU to open the function menu. Page through
[ menu entries. Confirm the selected function with o.
Select further functions using [, u, or o. Press j
to close the menu and return to the starting mode.
Empfangsmodus IPF 335-365
[RECEPTION MODEo
u
AUTOMATIC
uTAD/FAX
uMANUAL
uPHONE/FAX
[TX FROM MEMORY
Berichtsausdruck
[PRINT OUT REPORTo
u
LAST TX REPORT
uLAST BROAD. REP.
uACTIVITY REPORT
uPRINT: ID LIST
AB Einstellungen
[ — TAD SET-UP (IPF 365) — o
[
ICM ON SPEAKER
[PLAY OGM #1
[RECORD OGM #1
[PLAY OGM #2
[RECORD OGM #2
[FORWARD MESSAGES
[REC.FORW.ANNOUNC
[ANNOUNCE ONLY
[ICM REC.TIME
[ACCESS CODE
[TOLL SAVER
[PRINT TAD SET-UP
[PRINT OUT SET-UPo
u
PRINT SETTINGS
uPRINT: ONE TOUCH
uPRINT:SPEED DIAL
[POLLING RX
[POLLING TX
Installation
[INSTALLATIONo
[
TEL. LINE SET-UP
oPUBL.LINE (PSTN)
oPSTN DIAL:TONE
oREMOTE START:ON
oTYPE CODE
oRING COUNT: 02
oFAX/TEL TIMER:20
oSILENCE LAPSE: 6
oLINE MONITOR:ON
[ENHANCED FEATUR.
oDISTINC.RING:OFF
oSILENT RX: NEVER
oCALLER ID: ON
[LANGUAGE
[STATION NAME
[PHONE NUMBER
[CALL. BLACK LIST
[PRINT INSTALL.o
u
PRINT: INSTALL
uPRINT:BLACK LIST
[SERVICE PARAM.
[PRINT FUNCT LIST
[HEAD MAINTENANCE
[DELAYED TX
Programmieren
[FAX SET-UPo
DATE AND TIME
[
oFORMAT: DD/MM/YY
oTIME FORMAT
[VARIOUS SETTINGS
oECM: ON
oTX REPORT:ALWAYS
oBROADC. REP.:ON
oDELAY LIST: OFF
oTX SPEED 14.4
oHEADER INSIDE
oRETRANS.DOC.:OFF
oRING VOLUME:MED
oBUZZER VOL.:LOW
oCONTRAST:NORMAL
[PRINTER PARAMET.
oREDUCTION 94%
oSURPLUS:AUTO
[ONE TOUCH DIAL
[CODED SPEED DIAL
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Machine Overview

Handset
ƒ Paper tray
Document feeder (printed part up)
Panel with display
Vorderansicht
‚ LINE - Socket – connection socket for telephone cord
ƒ EXT - Socket – connection socket for additional de-
vices
) - Telephone handset socket – connection socket for
the telephone handset
Bodenansicht
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Panel

Short dial key Ijet 2
m – Recalling short dial numbers. Select the entries with
u or with the numeric keys
Speed dial keys Ijet 2
q – Recalling speed dial entries.
Stop key Ijet 2
j – Function abort / abort copying / return to the output
mode / delete error message
Menu key Ijet 2 without ha ndset
MENU – Calling the menu functions
Up/down arrow keys Ijet 2
[ – Calling the menu functions / navigation within the
menu / selecting options
Left/right arrow key Ijet 2
u – Selecting options / moving the cursor
Start key Ijet 2
o – Starting transmission of messages / starting copying
C key Ijet 2
C – Return to the previous menu level / press briefly: de-
leting individual characters / press and hold: deleting com­plete input
SMS button
_ – Calling the SMS menu (function is not supported
in all countries and networks)
Resolution key with handset Ijet 2
f x – Setting higher resolution for faxes and copying /
switching microphone off for hands-free
Redialling key Ijet 2
@ – Toggling between the list of the last 10 dialled num-
bers (= redial list), and the list of last 20 callers (= caller
list). Confirm with o.
Loudspeaker key with handset Ijet 2
ß – Dialling with the handset replaced / hands-free (mod-
el-dependent)
R-key Ijet 2 with handset
R – Switching between calls (= call hold) / inserting dial-
ling pause / outside line access code
Numeric keypad Ijet 2
Numeric keypad – inputting digits, characters and special characters / press and hold: Recalling short dial numbers
Heading answering machi ne keys
Answering machine keys
Depending on Model
(Model-dependent)
Answering machine keys
ç – Playback of the saved messages/ interrupting during
playback
å – Listening to previous message /in the starting mode,
recording a memo.
æ – Listening to the next message / playing message again
C – Deleting current message during play-back /press
twice, delete all messages
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General Safety Infor­mation
Your machine has been tested in conformity with stand­ards EN 60950-1 and IEC 60950-1 and should only be operated with telephone networks and power systems that meet these standards. The machine was built exclusively for use in the indicated sales region.
Do not make any changes or settings that are not described in this user manual.

Setting Up the Machine

The machine should rest securely on a stabile, flat surface. If the machine should fall, it can be damaged or cause in­jury to people, especially small children. The distance be­tween the machine and other devices or objects must be at least 15 centimetres; this also applies to the use of addition­al cordless telephones. Do not place the machine in the vi­cinity of radios or televisions. Position all cables in such a way that no one will stumble on them, thus avoiding pos­sible injuries to persons or damage to the machine itself.
Lock the cover of the machine completely into place when opening the machine. You could be injured if the cover falls while you are working on the machine.
Protect the machine against direct sunlight, heat, large temperature fluctuations and moisture. Do not place the machine in the vicinity of heaters or air conditioners. Ob­serve the information on temperature and humidity in the technical data.
The machine must have sufficient ventilation and may not be covered. Do not put your machine in closed cabinets or boxes. Do not place the machine on soft surfaces such as tablecloths or carpets and do not cover the ventilation slits. Otherwise, the machine can overheat and catch on fire.
In the event that the machine becomes too hot, or if you see smoke coming from the device, you must immediately pull the power cable out of the power socket. Have your machine examined by trained professionals at a technical service location. To prevent the spread of fire, open flames should be kept away from the machine.
Do not plug in the machine in moist rooms. Never touch the power plug, power connection or the telephone socket with wet hands.
Do not allow liquids to enter into the machine. Discon­nect the machine from the power socket if liquids or for­eign objects have entered the machine and have your ma­chine examined by trained professionals at a technical serv­ice location.
Do not allow children to handle the machine without su­pervision. The packing materials should be kept out of the hands of children.
Caution, metallic objects may be retained if placed near or on the handset receiver.

Power Supply

Check whether the power type of your machine (indicated on the type plate) matches the power type available at the setup location. Use only the power and telephones cables supplied.
Set up your machine so that the power socket is easily ac­cessible. The machine does not have an on/off button. In an emergency, disconnect your machine from the power supply by pulling the power plug.
Never touch the power or telephone cable if the insulation is damaged.
Disconnect your machine from the power and telephone networks during an electrical storm. If this is not possible, do not use the machine during an electrical storm.
Before cleaning the surface of your machine, disconnect it from the power and telephone networks. Never use liquid, gaseous or easily flammable cleansers (sprays, abrasives, polishes, alcohol).
Only clean the display with a dry, soft cloth. If the display breaks, a mildly corrosive liquid may escape. Avoid all con­tact with your skin and eyes.
In the event of a power failure, your machine will not func­tion; saved data is retained.

Repairs

Should disruptions occur, follow the instructions on the display and on the error report.
Do not make any repairs to the machine yourself. Improp­er maintenance can result in injuries or damage to the ma­chine. Only have your device repaired by an authorised service centre.
Do not remove the type plate from your machine; this would void the warranty.

Consumable Materials

Use only original consumable materials. These are availa­ble from a specialised retailer or through our order service. Other consumable materials could damage the machine or shorten its service life.
Dispose of old consumable materials according to the waste regulations of your country.
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Table of Contents
.................................................................................. 2
Dear Customer, ......................................................... 3
About this User Manual ............................................ 3
Installation guide .................................... 4
Packing contents ........................................................ 4
Attaching paper tray .................................................. 4
Inserting paper ........................................................... 4
Connecting handset ................................................... 5
Connecting the Telephone Cord ............................... 5
Connecting the Power Cord ...................................... 5
Inserting ink cartridge ................................................ 5
Initial installation ...................................................... 6
Overview ................................................. 7
Overview of the menu functions ................................ 7
Machine Overview ..................................................... 8
Panel ......................................................................... 9
General Safety Information................. 10
Setting Up the Machine ........................................... 10
Power Supply .......................................................... 10
Repairs ..................................................................... 10
Consumable Materials ............................................. 10
1 Telephone functions........................ 12
Placing a call to the device ....................................... 12
Hands-Free .............................................................. 12
Secret mode ............................................................. 12
Telephone book of the device .................................. 12
Calling Line Identification (CLIP) ........................... 13
Missed Calls ............................................................ 13
Selective spam filter ................................................. 13
2 Answering machine......................... 14
Switching on and off ............................................... 14
Editing the outgoing message .................................. 14
Listening to messages ............................................... 14
Deleting messages .................................................... 15
Recording Internal Memos ...................................... 15
Setting up remote access .......................................... 15
Using remote access ................................................. 15
Remote Control Functions ...................................... 15
Forwarding messages ............................................... 16
Modifying the settings ............................................. 16
3 Fax..................................................... 17
Sending fax .............................................................. 17
Sending fax manually ............................................... 17
Sending to multiple recipients (= broadcasting) ....... 17
Sending fax later ...................................................... 18
Fax Reception .......................................................... 18
Polling faxes ............................................................. 18
4 Copier ............................................... 19
Inserting the document ............................................ 19
Copying a document ............................................... 19
5 SMS ................................................... 20
SMS Requirements .................................................. 20
Sending SMS ........................................................... 20
Sending saved SMS .................................................. 20
Receiving SMS ......................................................... 20
Composing SMS ...................................................... 21
Printing SMSs .......................................................... 21
Deleting SMS .......................................................... 21
Modifying the settings ............................................. 21
6 Settings............................................. 23
Entering the date and time ....................................... 23
Selecting the language .............................................. 23
Entering name and fax number ................................ 23
Setting the contrast .................................................. 23
Reducing transmission speed .................................... 24
Setting page adjustment ........................................... 24
Adjusting volume level ............................................. 24
Setting the fax switch ............................................... 24
Eavesdropping while connection is established ......... 25
Printing lists ............................................................. 25
Switching re-transmission on/off .............................. 26
Starting initial installation ........................................ 26
7 Telephone Lines and Additional Devic-
es ........................................................... 27
Configuring Telephone Lines and Services ............... 27
Connecting Additional Devices ................................ 27
Using additional telephones (Easylink) .................... 28
Detecting call signal clock pulse automatically ......... 28
8 Service .............................................. 29
Changing the ink cartridge ....................................... 29
Fixing a paper jam ................................................... 30
Fixing a document jam ............................................ 30
Cleaning .................................................................. 30
Power Cycling .......................................................... 32
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9 Appendix .......................................... 33
Technical Data ........................................................ 33
Guarantee ................................................................ 33
Declaration of Conformity (DoC) ........................... 34
Customer Information ............................................. 36
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