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When receiving, the machine ejects extra blank sheets.

Example: On a three page fax, first I receive page one, then a blank piece of paper, then page two, then another piece of blank paper, then page three. How can this be corrected?, Also is this wasting imaging film?.

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Set your machine to AUTO REDUCTION

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I had that problem and found my fax was set for Legal size paper.

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