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Sharp UX-184 Paper Feed

I have a used Sharp UX-184 fax without a manual.

Not sure how to feed the thermal paper.

Anyone know?

Thanks.

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  • Sid Mar 05, 2009

    DJK,



    Thanks - I have the instructions on the inside. When I close the cover I get a paper jam error.



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On inside of machine it states how to:
1. Place new paper roll on the left hub while pushing it in, lowering the roll into the compartment making sure it is inserted onto the right hub.
2. Pass the leading edge of the paper through the paper cutter guide and the cutter.
3. Remove any slack in the paper.
4. Close the cover. The paper will feed out automatically.

The paper rolls over top front to back.

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