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You are talking about a Samsung all in one printer model CLX3185 and not a PDA right? You can put the document that you want to fax into the automatic feeder on the top of the printer or directly on top of the glass - your choice. If you use the auto feeder on top of the printer, look for a picture of paper near the insertion point that shows you whether the text side goes down or up when you put the paper in. If using the glass on the flat bed, the text goes down.
Once the document is loaded in either place, push the button that says "fax" and enter the number with the Country Code first and then press start. The line you are using to fax should have international calling enabled in order for this to go overseas.
Take an empty toilet paper tube. Wrap it around the mouthpiece tightly. By bending end of insertion. Wrap good tape I.e.. duck tape, packing tape. Around whole tube. Pull tube off and cover insertion end with tape. Cut small **** on tape so you can get an airtight fit on mouthpiece. Fill with 2-3 pieces of good tissue paper. Place on mouthpiece and blow. This has worked for me many times. Won't work if you have a really high b.a.c. though. Let me know
There's a little plastice lever type thing that hangs down above where the paper tray is inserted. When the paper tray pops up after being inserted, the paper moves this lever up. This is how the printer knows if there is paper or not. With the tray out, push the little white lever up and see if the "No Paper" message goes away. If it does go away, the lever/sensor is working OK, if not the lever sensor is bad. If that was not the problem, check that the paper tray is popping up after being inserted (look from the back of the device while you insert the tray). If it does not pop up, there is a little white plastic button type thingy on the side of the tray that releases the paper tray to pop up after you insert it into the printer. Make sure that is working correctly. If you flip the pritner upside down, you can see this little white plastic button type thing that should release the paper tray to pop up during the insertion process.