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How do I remove the phone number for incoming fax messages and replace it with another number? Canon Model No. 1175, Super G3. Thank you.

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Go to control panel tehn printer and faxes
then u see fax icon riht clik it then go to device

then u see properties.
checnge TSID to your new number
thats it

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