Informations de l’équipement

Xerox DFC165 Fax
Fabricant:
Xerox
Modèle: DFC165
Date: 1998
Catégorie: Radio et des communications
Groupe: Fax
Description: Document FaxCentre
Informations:
                                    The DFC165 is a desktop facsimile machine with a bubble ink jet printing system which complies with the ITU-TS G3 standard for document transmission and reception.

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Xerox -- DFC165 -- manuel de réparation
Nom de fichier: Xerox-489-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Type manuel: manuel de réparation
Pages: 181
Taille: 3.38 Mbytes (3542909 Bytes)
Langue: Anglais
Révision: First Edition
Numéro d’identification: 602E48370
Date: avril 1998
Qualité: Électronique de documents, numérisation sans, bien lisible.
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Téléchargements: 459 depuis 02 mars 2008
Informations:
This manual is intended for service engineers responsible for installing, servicing and
repairing the facsimile machines described herein. The manual consists of thirteen
chapters which describe:
· Chapter 1: the General Features and Technical Specifications
· Chapter 2: the facsimile machine's Internal and external structure
· Chapter 3: the Installation and setup procedures
· Chapter 4: how to set the Software Parameters
· Chapter 5: the Diagnostic and testing procedures
· Chapter 6: the Settings and adjustments
· Chapter 7: the Maintenance and replacement procedures
· Chapter 8: the Optional devices
· Chapter 9: the Installation of the LinkFax 8 module in Windows 95
environment
· Chapter 10: the User Guide of the LinkFax 8 module in Windows 95
environment
· Chapter 11: the Installation of the LinkFax 8 module in Windows 3.1x
environment
· Chapter 12: the User Guide of the LinkFax 8 module in Windows 3.1x
environment
· Chapter 13: the Spares List
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