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Ricoh 4420L fax machine

Need to disable fax transmission report after each fax transmission, would also like to buy an operators manual for same machine.

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Go to www.ricoh-usa.com
Click "Downloads"
Click "Download Ricoh manuals"
Under "Facsimile", click the drop down
box, highlight 3310LE, click "Go".
Download both manuals.
In the Advanced manual, page 84, shows the
settings to turn off or on memory or immediate
transmission result reports.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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