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Clearing memory Brother 8360p

Do you know how I go about clearing the memory on a brother 8360p please??

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    Sorry, it just didn't work!!

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The method that worked for me, was descrined in:

http://www.fixya.com/support/t5656017-brother_8360p_faxes_in_memory_but_will


holding clear while turning the machine on, cleared all the faxes that were stored in received memory. (if you're looking to clear other types of memory, this probably won't work for you)

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Press quickly......MENU 2864 then press 91

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