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Lines and breaks on docs received by other party.

When faxing documents the fax machine creates lines and breaks on the outgoing document. Believe i need to clean the drum but unsure how to go about doing that and do not have the manual for the machine as I bought it second hand. Its an old model, but it works great other wise. Think maybe I got some whiteout on the drum.

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Hi
If you have lines when faxing out it cant be the drum,If you have lines with copy and receiving faxes then it can be the drum.
I think you problem is a dirty scanner glass.Check the glass and clean.

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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This problem could be Phone line problem, or hardware failure or receiver's (the machine of the person whom you are sending the fax) machine problem and so on. First, let's check the line, if you have another Phone line, please dial from the number to your number, also, connect the currently connected line to a receiver and call a Land-line number, if the outgoing or incoming is ok, the proceed forward, otherwise, you telephone operator should check the line.


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I wish you good luck.

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