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Kx ft983 printing problem, Printing character not visible.

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SOURCE: We have a fax machine panasonic kx-ft983-cx-b that

Unplug the power cord for 10 seconds.

Posted on Aug 11, 2009

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SOURCE: memory full for panasonic kx-ft983

Try unplugging the power cord for 30 seconds.

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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Memory full for panasonic kx-ft983


Try unplugging the power cord for 30 seconds.

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the thermal head, scanner and the body. should be given focus on this problem. if the scanner is not copying well it needs cleaning by wiping the glass part with a alcohol in a cotton bud. if the scanner is really okay then the thermal head is not printing properly so it needs a thermal head replacing . or both are okay. the body is having problem. there must be a dis allignment on the said components. then this is the time to bring your fax machine to the panasonic shop center to do a further check and replace what is needed to be replace.
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