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First off can you ping the printer?
Then make sure in your network settings you set the printer for a manual or static IP address so it is not changing on you.
Try turning off any firewalls you have on your computer or network. On a firewall, you can ping the printer but it will not sent print data. You can write the IP address through the firewall to allow printing.
Log onto your web browser and type in the IP with the firewall on and see if you can see the printer. Then shut off all firewalls and do the same thing.
Also see if the printer has an IP filter enabled, that will stop it from printing also.
turn fax machine off open cover and put 3 drops of 3 in 1 oil on the the big silver bar the ink cartridges ride along perform alignment and try to recieve fax if this doesnt work clean all the rubber feed rollers with isopropanol alcohol (rubbing alcohol) applied to a microfiber towel then try.
It appears that you have a broken back door have a look on the door to see if there is a broken piece of plastic as when you shut the rear door a tab pushes against a push switch letting the machine know that the door is closed. if you cannot see a broken piece then the switch it faulty try this by push a flat screw driver on the switch and check if the message disappears.