3.1 Making a call 1 4 7 ∗ 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 # 3.2 Redial 3 The basic functions This chapter explains the elementary functions which are necessary to operate your fax machine. Dial the desired number. If you have entered a wrong digit, delete it using the CURSOR LEFT key. – 24 – 12345 FINE PHOTO BUSY TEL TEL/FAX EXT. 1234 FINE PHOTO BUSY TEL TEL/FAX EXT. Lift the handset. The fax machine will dial. DIALLING... FINE PHOTO BUSY TEL TEL/FAX EXT. If, after dialling, you hear the dial tone instead of a ringing tone, change the dial mode setting by selecting function 14. You can redial the last number you dialled simply by pressing one key. Redialling in UK (only if the Mercury function is activated): REDIAL REDIAL Press the REDIAL key. The mercury function is indicated on the display. Press the REDIAL key again. 12345 Lift the handset. Your machine will automatically dial the last number entered. M FINE PHOTO BUSY TEL TEL/FAX EXT. FINE PHOTO BUSY TEL TEL/FAX EXT. DIALLING... FINE PHOTO BUSY TEL TEL/FAX EXT.
Redialling in all other countries ( and UK BT subscribers): REDIAL Lift the handset. Press the REDIAL key. 12345 – 25 – DIAL NUMBER FINE PHOTO BUSY TEL TEL/FAX EXT. FINE PHOTO BUSY TEL TEL/FAX EXT. Your machine will automatically dial the last number entered. DIALLING... FINE PHOTO BUSY TEL TEL/FAX EXT. You can only redial a number which has already been dialled. Numbers you enter with the handset down and delete before having dialled them as well as numbers you enter after pressing the R key for forwarding to an extension cannot be redialled using the REDIAL key. 3.3 Sending faxes Which documents to use In order to avoid transmission errors you must use good quality, legible originals. Therefore, keep to the following guidelines: Minimum size: Maximum size: Width: 148 mm Width: 217 mm Length: 105 mm Length: 600 mm Thickness: 0.05 mm Thickness: 0.15 mm (60g paper) (120g paper) Write clearly and legibly. Only use pens with dark ink (black/dark-blue, not yellow/orange/light green). Printed documents work best. Documents shorter than specified risk getting stuck in the machine. The following points are the most common causes of errors when sending faxes! Stapled pages or pages held together with paper-clips. Remove all staples and clips before sending. Creased or torn pages. Wet pages or pages with corrections made with correction fluid; dirty pages or pages with a glossy or laminated surface. Pages joined with sticky tape or glue, pages which are too thin or too thick or pages with adhesive stickers such as „Post-It ®“ notes. Pages written in faint pencil, crayon, chalk or artist’s charcoal.