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Canon does not offer any sort of recovery which is really sad, while the fax is still in the ram, its in full binary which is unreadable to the human eye so even if you could dump the ram/cache it would be rendered useless.
The Canon doesn't have a hard drive, it only stores images until they are printed and only in flash memory. There will be no personal information left on it if you discard, unless you have phone numbers stored in fax memory.
tk, Unplug the printer from the electrical source for 2 minutes or so.(i.e. wall plug)Plug the printer back into the wall and turn it on...That should clear the machine to get it to a workable state.
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