Plain Paper Fax
Plain Paper Fax with Speakerphone
- Multi-Handset Capability No
All Digital Answering MachineNo
Digital DuplexSpeakerphone No
Caller IQ CompatibleNo
- TEL/TAD/FAX Switching No
- LCD Display No
- Jog Dial Operation No
- Navigator Key No
- Electronic Film Indicator No
- 64-Level Halftone Resolution No
- Help Function No
- Collate No
- Electronic Volume Control No
- Voice Time/Day Stamp No
- Hands-Free Headset Compatible (headset optional) No
- Plain Paper No
- Flatbed No
- Monitor Speaker No
Answering Machine InterfaceNo
How do I remove a document/paper jammed?Note: Unplug the unit from the outlet.
To remove a jammed document/paper, you will need to open the front cover and pull the paper towards you. You may also clean the feed roller with a lint free cloth that is dampened with alcohol.
For specific information please consult your operating manual.
Why is the fax machine not recording the incoming message?If the answering part of the unit wont receive messages, first be sure that the auto answer is set to tam/fax mode and the red light button should be lit up. If it still doesn't work, you may try unplugging the unit from the power for initial reset. If it doesn't work, call Panasonic technical support hotline for further instruction.
Will there be a fax driver software that will work on my latest Mac Operating System?For Mac OS X 10.5 / 10.6 / 10.7
Panasonic supports following functions:
- Printer Driver
- Scanner Driver (Pull Scan)
- Push Scan
- PC fax driver (sending only, fax supported models only)
For Mac OS X 10.3 / 10.4
Panasonic supports following function:
- Printer Driver
More detail, just go to http://panasonic.net/pcc/support/fax/world.htm.
What does it mean by "fax in memory" on the display?If the display shows "FAX MEMORY FULL" it's possible the document received exceeds the fax machine's memory capacity. The memory will need to be cleared and you will lose any received documents in memory. To clear the memory, remove the power cord for five seconds and reconnect it. Receiving large pictures or colored graphics can consume the memory.