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Cannot get messages out of memory

The alarm button is on. We are not receiving faxes. The message shows "MSG in Memory". It is being stored in memory. We can, however, send a fax. We followed the instructions under "Receiving Faxes in Memory" and the Print Operation button keeps stating Not Programmed. Before this happened, we had received a fax but it did not completely print out and stopped. Thank you for any help you can give us.

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We switch our off, wait 10 seconds, switch on & fax is printed. We don't think we have lost any faxes this way but be aware it might happen.

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