I want to scan then send instead of scanning whilst sending
We have several Canon L200 fax machines. I am new to setting up faxes and just have the manual to work from. I have just been setting one up for use in a different location. Our other L200 faxes scan the document straight through, then start dialing to send. The one I am setting up is scanning very slowly as it is sending.
Could you tell me how I change the settings to scan the document straight through, then start dialing to send for all documents.
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Re: I want to scan then send instead of scanning whilst...
There are 2 methods of sending 1. Through memory, in which the machine scans the document then sends when all pages have been scanned. 2. In real time, in which the document is placed in the ready mode and the line monitor or handset is used to dial the number. In this case the document is not scanned until a response is heard from the other machine.
However, in the case of the memory being full, either of documents in the queue or if there are documents waiting to be printed (because of no toner or no paper) then the machine will not allow sending from memory.
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You can send a fax to up to 142 fax numbers, using any combination of dialing methods:
- One-touch Speed Dialing (up to 32 destinations)
Press the desired One-Touch Speed dial button(s)
- Coded Speed Dialing (up to 100 destinations)
Press [Coded Dial] > enter the 2 digit code (00-99) using the numeric buttons and be sure to press [Coded Dial] before each code
- Regular dialing and redialing (10 destinations)
Enter the number using the numeric buttons or [Redial/Pause] and be sure to press [Set] after each entry with the numeric keys
After all the numbers are listed, press [Start]. The machine will scan in the document (memory) and then begin sending it to the destinations in numerical order, starting with One-Touch, then Coded and finally the numbers dials with the numeric keys.
You can also create a group if you frequently send faxes to the same group of people by first saving them as One-Touch and then adding them to a new group.
Here is a link to your Canon LaserClass 9000 users guide, unfortunately it was scanned 90 degrees off. http://www.actcopiers.com/Manuals/LC9000.pdf
Setting up group dial will allow you to send to multiple locations with only one scan of document(s). Programming fax number should be located on page 3-5.
If you sending the fax over the memory, fax can scann doc. while dialing, or in the same time, but if you sending directly (on-hook dial) fax is sending the document while beeing reeded.
You may try to check the phone lines, browse the documents before sending,clean the original document feed rollers,...
if fax sudenly stops and wrinkle the orig. documents there is problem in scanner area
Your product must be accidently set to copy mode instead of fax mode and when it is, it actually expects a document to be loaded in the tray to "scan/copy" so change to fax mode again and try to sent the document. This should fix your problem.
If you do want to make a copy, make sure a doc. is loaded and press start copy to do so.
I have a brother intellifax 770 and I bought it used so their for I do not have the owners manual and I am having trouble setting it up and getting it to work. I can fax out but I just can't recieve faxes I can fax my daughter but when she faxes me she gets an error of 388 but she is able to fax and recieve faxes so we know her end is not the problem.
yes, the solution is that you are direct sending the faxes instead of scanning into memory which will start and complete the scan of all the pages as it begins dialing and transmitting. there should be a key on the control panel for memory or memory transmission, select it and your done.
~When sending one page, does the display indicate usage of any memory ? If it does then it is merely a feeder problem. If you open up the front flap (the whole panel holding all the number keys and display it hinges forward) you will see to the rear of the machine two rubber rollers - the rubber 'goes off' after a bit - it either dries out/ perishes or gets dirty. You can try cleaning these with a slightly damp rag (avoid paper towels/ fluffy cloths). However, if they have gone past their use by date you may have to consider replacing your machine (unless a proficient engineer can replace them for less than the cost of a new machine). Whilst the front flap is open, below the lower of the two rubber rollers is a glazed screen which houses the scanner. Run you finger across the glazed area and see just how much dirt is being scanned across each of your pages being sent - you might be surprised!
In the meantime, this is not an unusual situation - but do you really have to send 80 pages of fax (5 - 20 I can understand)? The risk of missing one page (and it being a crucial one is too great). However, my L350 will not pickup following pages and is much happier sending single pages only. The only solution, I am afraid, is for you to stand over the fax and feed one page in after another, just as the previous one leaves the input tray. You can keep an eye on how many pages have actually scanned and if it matches up with how many you have fed through by keeping an eye on the page count on the machine's display.
Can't offer a better solution i am afraid. hope this helps tho.