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Received fax's are not printing. Unit prints confermations and is working as a printer but recieved fax's just park in memory and will not print.

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    Any Idea how I can delete the journal because Iwant to delete all tranmissions recieved but it wont delete the journal it keeps flashing up Memory Recieved

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TYPICALLY A FAX MACHINE WILL RECEIVE MESSAGE IN MEMORY WHEN NO PAPER OR TONER/INK FINISHED INDICATION IS THERE, REPLENISH THESE SUPPLIES WITH GENUINE ONES AND FAX WILL START PRINTING. IF PROBLEM IS NOT SOLVED , PLEASE TRY TO CLEAR THE SETTING FOR MEMORY RECEIVING, IF STILL NOT SOLVED TRY BRINGING THE MACHINBE TO FACTROY SET SETTING BY CLEARING THE MEMORY. HAPPY FAXING OMNIPRESENT

Posted on Sep 23, 2007

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I have an epson office bx625fwd. Received fax not printing. caller no. displayed also displayed received snd completed but no fax printing. please help.
em: giles.surmun@btinternet.com

Posted on Feb 15, 2012

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I have a question about my Brother (fax machine),model MFC-240C. Im receiving a fax and theres some paper jam show in the screen then i had fixed but i couldnt get the rest of the fax. It says a i have a 35 copy on the screen. It might be in my memory still but is there any way that i can print it out?

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Turn ECM off and this should fix the problem

Posted on Jan 30, 2008

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1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the display.
2 Press the scroll button ( or ) until “Ignore Toner”
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