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I Lost my memory...

I know that U can answer the question in your sleep, however, It has been a few years since I have used my fax machine. It is a Brother mfc-1970mc. My situation is that I don't remember which way to place the paper. Print side down /or print side up when I fax?
Thats All for now.... Thank-U, Diana W.

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Make a copy of something, then you'll know for sure.

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