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Most fax machines would have a resolution selector to vary clarity of transmitted documents. The same would also hold true for scanning jobs. I would discount the possibility of the power supply since everything works except for the quality of the copy/fax. If the printer still works OK (quality of print out) then it is the scanner's availability to copy that is the issue. With current prices of all in one printers (fax/scanner), purchase of a new unit might be more practical not only in terms of cost but in downtime.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Your document is stuck in the printer queue. Usually you can fix this by shutting down the printer completely and disconnecting the power connection then starting over. Depending upon your computer and the software you are using it may be possible to have the computer empty the queue
First make sure you cheaked the printer connection. Second retriy it again.IF it not worked you need to see your enginer.Ask he or she he should help you to instal l another operating software computer
Go to "printers and faxes." Right click on your printer and select "Printing preferences." Select "Advanced" tab Double click "paper output" If "Copy count=2" then change to 1 and apply IF IT ALREADY IS SET TO 1 THEN: Set "copy count=2" then APPLY Repeat the above and now set "copy count=1"
The process of setting and resetting the copy count fixed my issues.