We have two of these fax machines in two separate rooms in our office suite running off same AT&T phone system, each unit using its own specific phone line. We moved to this new office location a year ago. One of the fax machines will sometimes print a full page and other times will only print partial pages resulting in documents havint to be sent to us several times by our customers. We switched the fax machines around and we still have the same problem in this one room. It looks as if the phone line is dropping part of the transmission, but our AT&T rep says this not the problem and it must be the machine, but our maintenance group, Systel, said it is not the machine. Anyone else ever have this happen?
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ou may have inadvertently changed it from "Auto Fax" to "Manul". From the Xerox knowledge base website at:
Print the fax received in manual mode by:
When a fax is received, your machine sounds the ringer. Then you will hear a fax tone. Press On Hook Dial and then Start Copy/Fax. The machine prints the fax and returns to Standby Mode when the reception is completed.
To change back to "Auto Mode", follow the instructions at:
Unlike many all-in-ones, this model can be used as a standalone fax machine. Just connect the printer to a phone line and set up the usual basic information (your name and the phone number that
will print on the receiver's fax machine, etc.). After that it's like using any other fax machine. This page at Canon has links to helpful information about faxing.
Hey!A fax line needs to be connected in the fax machine yes!It sound like u got a dial up modem yes?Plug the phone line into the line jack on the machine,get another cord and plug it in the extension jack on the fax and to your modem!!Hope it helps!!Good Luck!
Absolutely! The only thing needed for use as a fax is being plugged into a live phone line. These are specifically designed for just that purpose so the computer does not have to be left running while fax machine and copier remain on in the office. Mainly so the office can shut down the computer when not needed to save power when not needed. Ex. to receive faxes at night when the office is closed. You only need to leave the printer on and it will function as a stand alone copier fax machine. The computer is only required when you want to print a document or scan a page and save it. I hope this fully answers your question. If you have others feel free to ask. George
Nope this machine needs a dedicated analog fax line it does not work in a digital telephone system.But if you are in a very small office with a few staff. you can get your telephone people to tap off a line off the demarcation block that comes into your telephone room for your fax.
One of the blue levers that hold the the top of the imaging unit to the printer has cracked. If you look carefully on the side that is not printing and flex the lever you will see a hairline crack. You can buy the levers at an office equipment repair store. You can also try gluing or taping a screw to hold the unit to the frame. What is happening is that the imaging unit is not close enough to the film to transfer the image onto the page. Happens all the time on these units. Originally solved by Sue O: www.fixyourownprinter.com