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Unknown Code I have an unknown cade on the print out of a received fax where it should read OK. The code is "NG61634" could you please tell me what this means. Thanks

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  • deblok Oct 08, 2007

    The machine model is Panafax UF-855.

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  • deblok Oct 08, 2007

    Sorry UF-885/895

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