Hi,First time user here and at wits end,based in Akaroa NZ so have problems getting things serviced.simple questin,on the screen it keeps on saying check cassette code 011 and check printer code 021.also red alarm light is flashing.Have fitted new ink cartridge.Been refilled by Cartridge world.Any help much appreciated,tried to get imfo from Panosonic site but no luck.Cheers Mick
1 On the end of the paper cassette is a broken off tab. Turn the machine on it's back. You will see a black u-shaped photo sensor that this tab goes into. Stuff a small piece of electrical tape in there.
2. Press Function/ 7/ monitor key slowly 4 times/ star/ 6 scroll down to shipment set/ 2/ press set (fax will reboot)
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You need to call Rich, and tell them what service call you get. They will tell you exact, what to expect. If you can solve the problem yourself, they will tell you, but most likely they will tel you you need a service technician.
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Hi Fax machines are one of the oldest ways to send document information over a telephone line. Before e-mail became the most popular, and more efficient way to send documents, the fax machine was king. With time, fax machines have become sophisticated machines capable of many functions. No longer found only as a stand-alone machine, fax machines are included in copiers and printers. Faxing can even be done through computer software to a receiving fax machine or printer. So with such a complex machine there are several things that could go wrong. This article teaches you some basic troubleshooting steps.
If the faxes you are receiving are too dark or light, or ruined by streaks and splotches, play around with the darkness and density settings on your machine. Send a few test faxes until the quality looks good on your end. If the faxes continue to come out poorly, the problem probably lies on the sender's end. If you are the sender, and your documents are coming out badly on the other end, try cleaning the sensors of your machine with a damp cloth.
I have reviewed your problem and have the fallowing for you to aces.
First, this sounds like a simple open switch problem.
If you are receiving a open cover message, try the fallowing.
Check carefully each of the closing covers or doors.
You should see a tab on the covers that fit into a hole. Beneath the hole is a micro switch. If the tab is not hitting the micro switch, you will receive the message.
Try using the eraser end of a pencil and see if the message disappears.
Hope this solves your problem and you have little to no cost on your repairs. Happy Holiday's John If this works for you, Please Rate Kindly
Hi there Jenny, are you using Vista with this printer? If yes, you can to the following:
1. Click the Vista Start button, and go to Control Panel 2. Click Hardware and Sound. 3. Under Printers, click Change default printer. 4. Right click on the printer icon, select Run as administrator, and then click on Properties. 5. If the User Account Control prompt is displayed, click Continue. 6. Click on the Ports tab. 7. Click Configure Port associated to your Brother MFC790c 8. Change the Protocol to Raw. 9. Then click OK.
Restart the printer and try again.
If this does not work, please let me know so that I can suggest other solutions. Goodluck!
The best thing you can do, short of launching the thing into inter-galactic travel, is to clean all of the plastic parts of the machine with an anti-static cleaner. Particularly, the roller that feeds the paper and the carbon roll. Remove all paper and carbon film and unplug the machine. Clean inside the paper housing and the feed rollers before turning it back on. It sounds like a build up of static electricity, a common problem on such thermal based fax machines. Remember, the paper has the propensity to curl because it is on a roll, so any extra help it gets will send it curling like mad. Good Luck.
net sw is network switch and is used in Oz and N.Z. to reconise Telstra Duet System, should work anyway just ringa little different, if you press receive mode button,setting should cycle everytime you press it and will lock to any setting displayed if you press start. sounds like you want "fax only"