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There are 60 faxes in memory and need to print them....HOW?

There are 60 faxes in the memory and I need to print them out....Don't know HOW?

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Print out a help list. you can do this by pressing the reports button the help list will come print it out let me know if you figured out

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I have a fax in the memory and don't know how to print it


Press [START/MEMORY] and the stored documents will automatically print out. If you need the step by step owners manual with pictures, please send me an email to lbrown18062@hotmail.com. Please put "sharp ux b700" as the subject.

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I have a Canon MX410 that scans, faxes, prints & copies. I need to know what to do to clear the fax memory. Thanks!


It's under printer options, format memory. You'll probably have to play with it a little because they like to hide the format option so you don't do it accidentally. Good luck! Please leave me a good rating, thanks! :)

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Need to print a fax in memory, machine was turned off and unplugged


It may be too late to print the faxes if your printer was unplugged. But you can try:



reprint the faxes in memory

Your HP OfficeJet can store a limited number of fax pages in its memory, with

the number of pages depending on the model you purchased. When your

HP OfficeJet runs out of memory to store faxes, it will not receive any more fax

calls until the stored faxes are printed.

Reprint Faxes in Memory enables you to reprint a fax stored in memory. For

example, if your print cartridge runs out of ink or paper becomes jammed when

printing a fax. This option prints all faxes in memory; press Cancel to stop

printing faxes you do not need.

1 Press Menu.

2 Press 2, then press 3.

This selects the Fax Functions menu, then selects the Reprint Faxes in
Memory
option. The faxes are printed from memory.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for my response

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We would like to print a journal of received faxes for the last month?


it only keeps the last 60 transactions in memory!So if u recieved and sent more than 60 a day it wont be able to print the last month's faxes!

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Pc fax msg


The display msg means that there are a few faxes in storage and they just need to be printed from the memory:

on my mfc-7440n:
Printing a fax from the
memory 6
If you are using the Fax Storage feature
(Menu, 2, 5, 1), you can still print a fax from
the memory when you are at your machine.

a Press Menu, 2, 5, 3.
Remote Fax Opt
3.Print Fax
b Press Start.
c Press Stop/Exit.

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Auto print off


Most often, Auto Print Off is activated by pressing the On/Off button, and documents are then stored in memory. Disable this function by pressing the On/Off button again.

The fax will also turn off Auto Print when the machine runs out of ink or paper, in which case, you should replace the ink cartridge or supply more paper. This situation usually results in display of the message Rec'd in Memory as well, and the unit will receive up to 30 transmissions or 60 pages maximum.

Please post back if you need further help, otherwise thank you for using and rating FixYa!

Jun 07, 2008 | Canon FAX-JX200

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Canon jx200 fax machine


The fax automatically turns off Auto Print and stores faxes in memory when either ink or paper is low. The memory will store up to 30 transmissions or 60 pages maximum, so it is important not to leave this too long if you have heavy transmission volume.

Faxes can be retrieved as follows.

If you want to choose only certain faxes to print:
1. Print a list of documents in memory for reference:
Press Menu. Use arrows (up & down) to select Memory Reference, then press Start/Copy. Use the arrows to select Doc Memory List, and again press Start/Copy.
2. Print a document from memory (using the list printed in #1):
Press Menu. Use arrows (up & down) to select Memory Reference, then press Start/Copy. Use the arrows to select Print Document, and again press Start/Copy. The LCD will show the first number in memory (e.g., TX/RX NO. 0001).

Use the arrows to choose the document you want to print, and press Start/Copy. The LCD will then toggle between "1st page only?" and "Yes=(*) No=(#)". Press * to print only the first page, or # to print all pages.
3. Delete selected document(s) from memory:
Press Menu. Use arrows (up & down) to select Memory Reference, then press Start/Copy. Use the arrows to select Delete Doc, and again press Start/Copy. The LCD will show the first number in memory (e.g., TX/RX NO. 0001).

Use the arrows to choose the document you want to delete, and press Start/Copy. [Note - if the arrows do not result in another number displaying, there is only one document in memory.] The LCD will show "Yes=(*) No=(#)". Press * to delete the document. Continue to select documents until each document you want to delete has been handled.

If you want to print all unprinted documents in memory:
1. If you want to have a list of documents in memory for reference before performing this procedure, to be sure you have them all, follow step 1 from the above procedure for printing selected documents.]
2. Press Menu. Use arrows (up & down) to select Memory Reference, then press Start/Copy. Use the arrows to select Print All New RX, and again press Start/Copy.
3. Delete all printed docs from memory:
Immediately after printing all documents, you will have the choice of deleting all documents. The LCD will display "Yes=(*) No=(#)". Press * delete all, or # to retain in memory.

To delete all documents at a later time:
Press Menu. Use arrows (up & down) to select Memory Reference, then press Start/Copy. Use the arrows to select Delete Printed RX, and again press Start/Copy. The LCD will display "Yes=(*) No=(#)". Press * delete all, or # to retain in memory. To finish then, press Stop.

If you need further assistance, please post back. Otherwise, thank you for using and rating FixYa!

Jun 06, 2008 | Canon FAX-JX200

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How do I get it to print docs in memory?


Does the fax machine produce a copy? If there is a paper jam/toner error, this needs to be sorted first. What is on the display?

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