Question about Canon FAX-L800 Plain Paper Laser
The problem is the fax that are stored in memory you will lose anyway.
you will need to do the following to get rid of your error:
DATA REGISTRATION button,
and # button, on the operation panel
go down to number 8
then scroll round to ALL
and then restart the machine and the fault should go.
Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
* Click the "Menu" button.
* Press the arrow buttons to scroll through the options on the screen. Select
"MEMORY REFERENCE" and click "Start/Copy."
* Use the arrow buttons to choose "DEL. PRINTED RX" then click "Start" again.
Press "*" to select the "Yes" option from the screen. This will delete all documents from the fax machine's memory.
* Click "Stop" to finish.
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