Question about Panasonic KX-FC195E Plain Paper Thermal transfer Fax
Today I received a fax and for some reason there was a paper problem with the machine so the fax was stored in memory because it couldn't print. I reloaded the paper and pressed "Set" to print the fax. The paper stuffed up again and "Check Paper" appeared on the screen so I pulled it out to fix it again. However, the machine started (and kept) saying "Printing" as if there was paper in there when there wasn't. Basically, the machine thought it printed the fax but it didn't because there was no paper and now I can't find a way to access and print that fax again. I tried printing a report of who sent the fax but the number was not available so I have no idea where the fax is from. Please help so I can find out in case it was important.
Here's a trick that I used on the Canon thermal transfer years ago. First take out the thermal transfer unit and roll up the black transfer sheet to the begining of the lost fax. Then reload the paper. Next get a solid black original equal and make a copy. The result you should get a negative copy of the lost fax. Repeat this step until all the faxes are recovered..
Posted on Aug 11, 2007
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