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Faxes in memory

I had problems with getting faxes out of the memory when it asked for me to submit the paper size. I've eventually found out you press the function key, followed by memory reference key then press OK. Hope this is of use to anyone.

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To retrieve faxes from the memory simply press the Function key, followed by the memory referance key then press OK.

hope this is of help to you folk out there struggling with this machine as i am.

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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