Fax in memory but when i add paper it stops bout 1/4 of the way
I add paper and hit the memory button. the paper feeds through bout 1/4 of the way and then stops. then the memory message appears. and i have to open up machine and pull out the sheet of paper then it does it all over again
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1-- do you have a memory card in it.. if so please remove..
2--If 1 did not work unplug the machine then hold energy saver button down and plug it back in .. should ram initialize... if so use the up arrow and shipment set the machine " when you see shipment set hit start and 2 for no reseting counters..
3-- if step 2 did not work then you have a main board problem
There should be a setting under user paramaters in the menu section that will allow you to change the default "memory on" setting to "off".
The user parameters set on the menu currently can also be printed for you to go through at your leisure so that you can customise the machine to your own personal prefferences.
"Check paper size" means that the paper in the machine doesn't match the size selected in the setup.
To change the paper size:
1. Press the Function button.
2. Press the Data Registration button.
3. Press Set button.
4. Use up or down arrows until you see PRINTER SETTINGS.
5. Press Set button.
6. Use up or down arrows until you see PAPER SIZE.
7. Press Set button.
8. Use up or down arrows until you see type of paper in the paper tray (LTR, LGL, A4).
9. Press Set button.
10. Press Stop/Reset button.
Machine should now print out the fax that was received in memory.
well, one of two things have happened, 1. you haven't removed all of the jammed paper, maybe you left a small piece of a piece of paper or you may bent or broken your paper jam sensor. go through the paper path very carefully and check both things.
Sounds like it got set to "immediate" transmission somehow, rather than "memory" transmission -might be as simple as a button on the operation panel, but I'm not a "canon" guy. You can get the manual here if you don't have one:
http://www.canon.ca/english/index-softwaredownload.asp Select "office products", and follow the prompts
If you make copies of multiple documents at a time, the number of pages the fax can scan into memory varies depending on the scanning resolutions as follows:
* STANDARD and FINE result in the same resolution when making copies * If MEMORY FULL appears on the LCD when making copies, reduce the number of documents to be copied or reduce the amount of total copies.
Lift up the document tray.
Insert the top of the document, face up, into the ADF (1) until a beep is heard.
Adjust the document guide to the width of the document.
Press <Resolution> to select the resolution. You can select [STANDARD], [FINE] or [PHOTO].
Enter the number of copies (up to 99) using the numeric buttons. To make a correction to the number of copies, press <Clear> and re-enter the number.
Press <Start/Copy>. To stop copying anytime, press <Stop>. If the document does not eject, press <Start/Copy> for a few seconds, then the fax will feed out the document.
The new resolution will remain until it is changed.
THE MACHINE IS ET TO DELAYED TRANSMSSION (MAYBE THROUH TOLL SAVE BUTTON ) OR OTHERWISE,
PLEASE CLEAR THE MEMORY STORED MESSAGES FOR DELYED SETTINGS,
THE PROBLEM WILLL BE RESOLVED IMMEDIATELY
003 - Recording paper jammed when feeding from the 3rd cassette. Remove the jammed paper.
(1) Open the Printer Cover.
(2) Remove the jammed paper.
(3) Slide out the Paper Cassette.
(4) Remove the jammed or wrinkled paper and reload the recording paper into the paper cassette.
Caution: Make sure that the paper is set under the clips of the Paper Cassette. You can load about 500 sheets with standard weight paper (20 lb. or 75 g/m2).