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Transmission


set it for tad loose.
thats it,
the FSM has spec. to read. but tad loose works
on all cars. it must be loose or risk interference with throttle
and 10million more toy lawsuits.

Feb 06, 2014 | 1987 Toyota Pickup

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How do I turn of the fax mode


Do you mean that you want to toggle the unit to TEL or TAD Mode? When there is no document in the feeder, press the Resolution/Reception Mode button to toggle between the FAX, TEL and TAD modes. The Resolution/Reception button is at the top of the row of buttons to the right of the number pad. There is an arrow that will point to the current setting in the LCD window. (It points up for the TEL and FAX modes.) The TAD mode is only accessible if you have set the out-going message. (If there is no out-going message, you toggle between FAX and TEL.)

The manual for the Sharp FAX UX-A1000 is available here: http://www.specsserver.com/CACHE/FILE22348.PDF .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Apr 23, 2012 | Sharp INKJET FAX UX-A1000

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I have a Brother Fax 2820 at home. It is connected to a TAD. I want an external fax machine to send and bypass the voicemail greeting and print the fax. I thought I set the machine to TAD. Any other...


try this paul. hook your phone line from your wall jack to your "line" jack on your fax. then run another phone line from your "external" jack on your fax to your "line" jack on your TAD. now, make sure your fax machine is still set to TAD. here is whats important...set your TAD to 4 rings or less. 2 is the recommened setting. also very important...when you record your outgoing message on your TAD, make sure you leave about 5 seconds of silence before you start recording your message. the reason for this is the fax machine needs to "hear" the CNG tones that originate from the sending fax so that it knows its a fax and then can take over the call. if it doesn't hear those tones because of noise (voices, etc), it will let call go to TAD. you can try to set your TAD to 4 rings, but that doesn't leave much time for fax to "hear" these tones. if you set to 4 and don't get all your faxes, try lowering the setting to 2 or 3 rings.

good luck and hth,
razors

Mar 02, 2011 | Brother IntelliFax-2820 Laser Fax

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I have changed from a desinated fax line to sharing a phone and fax line. the fax machine rings along with the phone however the fax does not answer. i was told to purchase a ring decipher but cannot...


Your fax can share the line with your phone, but it needs to be set to answer or not, depending on your equipment and choices.You can download the manual from Brother here. The receive modes are explained on page 5-1.
If you're often out when faxes or phone messages might come in, you probably need to plug an answering machine into the back of the fax (the EXT. jack) and put the fax in FAX / TAD mode. (TAD stands for Telephone Answering Device. Be sure the TAD is set to answer before the fax does. The fax will pass the phone call through to the TAD, and if it hears the beeping of another fax sending, it will cut off the TAD and take the call.
See the manual for more info and other options.

Feb 15, 2011 | Brother IntelliFAX 2600 Fax

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Can you tell me the fork oil weight for gsx 1400 ltd ed. thank you.


It depends on what type of ride you want,,,i prefer 10weight and just a tad of air in the forks! Be careful when using a gas station air hose, you could blow a seal...just give a little quick burst till you see the forks raise up a little .you can use transmission fluid if you like also, it"ll work just as good.

Sep 26, 2009 | 2008 Suzuki GSX 1400

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NTL VS205 lost manual


found my old one
to switch ansaphone modes:
press clear/mute to get TAD ON(or TAD OFF) displayed, then
Answer + Record: TAD ON then press 7 then 1
Answer only (no msgs): TAD ON then 7 then 2

SORTED at last!! :-)

May 23, 2008 | NTL D6000 Cordless Phone

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External TAD


You ought to be able to set the receive mode to tad or something like that. that way you can receive faxes without being there. Lawrence

Oct 10, 2007 | Brother FAX-575 Plain Paper Thermal

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What does "TAD" mean when it appears on the screen?


TAD is Telephone Answering Device. TAD mode is the only mode that can be used with an external telephone answering device (unless you are using a distinctive ring number for receiving faxes). Your telephone answering device must be connected to the jack on the fax machine (labeled "EXT" for USA). When someone dials your telephone/fax number (to send a fax or to speak to you), all the telephones (including the FAX) will ring according to the number of rings you set on the TAD. The Ring Delay setting is not recognized in the TAD mode. If you do not answer the call, the TAD will answer. As your outgoing message is playing, the Fax is in the background, silently listening for fax tones. If the FAX hears fax tones, it will automatically go into the receive mode. If the FAX does not hear fax tones, it remains silent, allowing the caller to leave a message. The above information is correct for a Brother fax machine. Is your fax automatically picking up the call or do you have to push a panel button to start the receive fax process? Perhaps the fax is already "in" your fax machine's memory and only needs a manual printout. Check the fax call log.

Aug 16, 2007 | Brother IntelliFAX 2800 Laser Fax

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