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Hp 3055 memory low when trying to fax. have you been able to solve this?

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SOURCE: HP-3050 priter is showing memory low in time of fax

how long is the doc.? is it text or text with graphics?

Try splitting up the fax doc, the fax memory on the device is to small

Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Memory Low Error

Have you tried clearing previously saved faxes. Worked for me.
http://forums12.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/bizsupport/questionanswer.do?admit=109447627+1219076722640+28353475&threadId=1091904

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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SOURCE: Scanning on HP 3055 printer/scanner/fxx doesn't wrk with vista

I am unable to scan in pdf format under vista window

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Fax issue with HP Laserjet 3055

Hi. The fax-module in lj 3055 needs a 100% analog dial tone. You might get it working on a internet-phone-line, but HP garantees nothing because there are so many internet-phone-providers, and all of them operates with different specs and line-quality. You might try to lower the baud rate, turn off JBIG compession and error-correction. If the problem still remains, you need to replace your phone-line to a 100% analog line. Not any internet or ISDN/adapter-stuff. You should test your fax on any analog line at a friends house, just to make sure the fax i working anway.

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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SOURCE: My LJ 3055, it says memory is low. Pls let me know

This can happen if your fax memory is full.

Clearing the fax memory Perform the following to clear the fax memory:

  1. Press the menu/enter button on the control panel.
  2. Press the > button once to select Fax functions , and then press menu/enter .
  3. Press < or > to select Clear saved faxes , and then press menu/enter .
  4. Press menu/enter to confirm deletion.

Posted on Dec 03, 2009

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SOURCE: memory full hp 3055 laser jet

This is about send fax resolution problem, refer with this article:

http://www.topresource.net/info/103/hp_laserjet_3055_low_memory_problem_while_send_fax.html

Posted on Feb 10, 2010

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How to reset internal memory of hp laserjet 3055


Perform the following to clear the fax memory:
Press the menu/enter button on the control panel.
Press the > button once to select Fax functions , and then press menu/enter .
Press < or > to select Clear saved faxes , and then press menu/enter .
Press menu/enter to confirm deletion.

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My 3050 suddenly refused to fax stating the memory is low. It has worked fine for several years. What is the problem today?


You need to clear the stuff out of memory.

Press the menu/enter button on the control panel.
Press the > button once to select Fax functions , and then press menu/enter .
Press to select Clear saved faxes , and then press menu/enter .
Press menu/enter to confirm deletion.

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How can I clear my fax memory hp laser jet 3055


Hello !

You can clear the memory by doing an NvRam or hard reset

a. Turn off the product.
b. Press and hold the Right arrow and Cancel buttons simultaneously.
c. Turn on the printer.
d. When you see the message Permanent storage init, release the Right arrow and Cancel buttons.
e. After a few minutes the printer should go back to the "ready mode"


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Hi I am getting an error message 232 on my HP Laserjet 3055 - it says on the screen that it is low on memory but I can't find where to reset the memory if this is the problem. Thank you


Perform the following to clear the fax memory:
  1. Press the menu/enter button on the control panel.
  2. Press the > button once to select Fax functions , and then press menu/enter .
  3. Press < or > to select Clear saved faxes , and then press menu/enter .
  4. Press menu/enter to confirm deletion.
As far as I know, there is no option to turn this Fax Caching option off.

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My LJ 3055, it says memory is low. Pls let me know how to solve it


This can happen if your fax memory is full.

Clearing the fax memory Perform the following to clear the fax memory:
  1. Press the menu/enter button on the control panel.
  2. Press the > button once to select Fax functions , and then press menu/enter .
  3. Press < or > to select Clear saved faxes , and then press menu/enter .
  4. Press menu/enter to confirm deletion.

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Wont send fax keeps saying low memory even after i have just cleared all the exsisting faxes


Hi! I will be glad to assist you in this issue. here is the link that will fix the issue.

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&objectID=c00378226&prodTypeId=18972&prodSeriesId=1161389

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Memory full hp 3055 laser jet


This is about send fax resolution problem, refer with this article:

http://www.topresource.net/info/103/hp_laserjet_3055_low_memory_problem_while_send_fax.html

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hi, just try to reset the memory the of fax. i think that's the cause that's you cant send and recieved fax..i hope it would help you...

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