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I don't know what brand fax 100 is. But if the memory is full you might try the following.
Unplug the power form your unit for 24 hours and then restart it. The memory should clear itself. ( you really have to unplug it not just shut off the switch if it has one).
There are reasons why the memory got full in the first place. Either the phone line was off and transmitted documents never sent or the receive function was disabled due to a paper jam, out of paper, or toner or a spent drum.
You might have a job stuck in memory. Message window should say 00%.
press Function key
press 7 key
press monitor key slowly 4 times
press * key
press 6 key
scroll down to ALL JOB CLEAR
wait for reboot
Go into the printer settings on the computer and change it from-send dirrectly to printer - to - Spooling. It will send a small portion of the print job at a time there for the printer mempry will not overload and report out of memory. Please rate this help if it works for you. Thanks!
You press "Menu" button and use arrow key to select "Memory Reference" --> press "Start" button --> and now you can see your documents in memory ---> You can print out or delete. If you have any problem with Canon products you can email to me.
There should be a memory clear procedure in the menu to stop that.
You will have to reenter the time date, your phone and business name once you clear the memory.
I dont have a book for that particular machine, but faxs do have a memory clear feature for lock ups like that.