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Ok so changing the drum has not resolved the problem. I suspect you have a bad contact between the machine and the drum. Its been a while since i have worked on a 2920 but i remember a case of a drum problem which turned out to be a poor contact from one of the contacts on the left side of the machine. Also take another look inside where the drum sits and you will see two runners that are spring loaded. the drum rests on these and i have known the springs to jump out and the runners have become stuck. of course this allows the drum to sit incorrectly and that may cause the error. If no joy then let me know where you are located.
The easiest way of finding out if your fax machine and/or telephone line is faulty,is to take out the telephone line and plug it into a normal telephone,like a portable or handset and listen and see if you can hear a line!Most of the times the faxes work but the line's faulty and the fax works okay!!If there is a line on the telephone then your fax is faulty and neesd to be looked at!<br />
It must have either a tiny scrap of paper still stuck somewhere between the rollers, MOST likely scenario, or one of the rollers is faulty.
I would look for a tiny scrap of paper first. Remove EVERY panel you can, without dismantling the unit. Look CAREFULLY inside around near the rollers. It will only be a really small piece of paper. Maybe change the BRAND of paper once you clear it.
I refuse to allow a certain extremely common brand of paper near any of my printers and they have been going now for up to 10 years without ANY problems apart from having to have ink refills.
Take the cartridge back out. There are little contacts that allow the machine to know that the toner is in. Check to see that these are making contact between the cartridge and the machine itself. unplug it to do a hard reset too. Or smash it with your fist over and over to jar loss any poor connections!
Go to this website, http://www.sharp.ca/manuals/ and scroll down to Facsimile, then select your model number UX P105 and on the right hand side you can d/l your owners manual. Hope this helps. Good luck.
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