Machine keeps flashing the load paper message even though we have paper in the machine. Have faxes in the memory which need to be printed out so we cannot swith the machine off.
Exactly the same as BerniceMc described (Canon L220). Powering off and on again eliminates the problem as it does all faxes in memory. Greg
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first thing is you have to insert new A4 sheet in to the rec/paper tray.then press the STOP key.after machine try to feed the paper in to the printer unit and you can get print.( if the machine cant feet the paper,the machine have some paper feeding problem and you have to get technical support to solve this problem)
press function and then recieve mode,keep pressing recieve mode till u get to fax only!Or press function and data registration,press set!Go to rx settings with the arrow down and press et!Go to rx mode and press set!Use the arrows to get fax only mode!!Good luck!
Ok first of all you have to deside how you are you going to use the fax,there is a option for Manual mode,Fax only and Fax Tel mode.
I normally set all my faxes with Fax only mode and then set the incomming ring to 7 rings before it switch to fax.This give you enought time to answer the phone.If you answer the phone and it is a fax you just press the green button.
You load your paper at the vertical tray,this is the last paper tray from thefront.
For sending faxes-put your documents face down in the dockfeeder dail the number and press green button.
Remember to connect the incomming fax line to the "L" jack on you machine and the extention tellephone to the jack with a handset showing on top of it.