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Sharp MX Copier - Set Fax Ring Volume

Adjusting the fax ring volume on a Sharp MX-3070 can be useful for ensuring that incoming faxes are noticeable without being disruptive. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to set the fax ring volume:

### Preparing the Copier

1. **Turn On the Copier**: Make sure the Sharp MX-3070 is turned on and is in a ready state.

### Accessing the Fax Menu

2. **Go to the Home Screen**: If not already there, press the 'Home' button on the control panel.

3. **Select 'Fax'**: Tap on the 'Fax' icon on the touchscreen to access the fax menu.

### Navigating to Fax Settings

4. **Choose 'Fax Settings'**: Look for an option that says 'Fax Settings' or similar and tap on it.

### Adjusting Ring Volume

5. **Find 'Ring Volume'**: Scroll through the options until you find 'Ring Volume' or a similar term.

6. **Select 'Ring Volume'**: Tap on it to access the volume settings.

7. **Adjust Volume**: You'll typically see a slider or options like 'Low', 'Medium', 'High'. Adjust the volume to your desired level.

8. **Confirm Settings**: Tap 'OK' or 'Save' to confirm the changes.

### Finalizing and Testing

9. **Review Settings**: A summary screen may appear. Confirm that the settings are correct.

10. **Test Ring Volume**: If possible, send a test fax to the machine to ensure that the ring volume is set to a satisfactory level.

### Exiting

11. **Exit to Home Screen**: Tap 'Exit' or 'Home' to return to the main screen.

12. **Ready to Use**: Your Sharp MX-3070 should now be set with your desired fax ring volume.

Please note that the exact steps may vary depending on the firmware version of your Sharp MX-3070. Always refer to the user manual for the most accurate and detailed instructions.

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