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I want to ask: panasonic fax machine kx-ft 982 received faxes are printed on black paper and fax, the recipient is also black on paper. while the other transmit and receive faxes still get normal, normal print. Why, how to fix it. thank you

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SOURCE: Recipient receives a black page

What happens when you make a copy on your machine?

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SOURCE: Fax received is all black

try and make a copy how does it come out? if black the poblem is most likely the thin strip of glass, it's either dirty or not working

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SOURCE: KX-FL511 Panasonic Fax machine will not receive document

Try going through menu and turn ECM to no or invalid also try adsl filter on incoming line

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SOURCE: I have Panasonic KX-FL612 fax machine , the paper gets jammed and the fax is saved in memory . when i release the jammed paper I can not print the fax in memory . How can I print the fax in memory ?

when fax gives msg ,fax in memory,just remove jammed paper .put fresh papers in tray.if the msg is coming on screen that fax in memory just press START key.there is a green button labeled as fax start .u will receive all faxes in memory.MIAN AKHLAQ .do not forget to rate the solution.

Posted on May 19, 2009

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SOURCE: PANASONIC FAX MACHINE PRINTING BLACK THICK LINE

Open the front of the fax machine. Then pull down the the tray that has the down arrow imprinted on it. Locate the glass strip towards the back, just behind the center roller. Use a cloth and rubbing alcohol to clean the glass and that should remove the black line.

Posted on May 27, 2009

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