Exactly as described, the full user-manual (145 pages). Perfect.
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6 The fax
This chapter explains all the fax functions provided.
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: Width: Length: Thickness: 148 mm 105 mm 0.05 mm (60 g paper) Maximum size: Width: Length: Thickness: 217 mm 600 mm 0.15 mm (120 g paper)
Write clearly and legibly. Only use pens with dark ink (black/dark-blue, not yellow/orange/light green). Printed documents work best.
The following points are the most common causes of errors when sending faxes! Donât send:
Pages from newspapers (printerâs ink).
Stapled pages or pages held together with paperclips. 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, with adhesive stickers such as âpost-itÂ®â notes, or pages which are too thin or too thick. Pages written in faint pencil, crayon, chalk or artistâs charcoal.
Take the first page of the document and place it face up as shown in the picture. Slide the document into the fax along the document guide on the left hand side of the feed slot until it stops. Wait for a moment: The document will now be slightly drawn in automatically by the feeding mechanism. Once the document has been drawn in by the feeding mechanism, it should not be pushed in any further, otherwise the top part will be missing when you make a copy or transmit a fax.
Documents shorter or smaller than specified risk getting stuck in the machine.