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Solution : Print Received Faxes or Transmit Documents in the Transmission Line
The machine can no longer receive any new fax transmissions because the memory is full. Clear the memory by printing all received documents, or by transmitting or deleting the documents in the transmission line. Phaser 3100MFP Support Drivers
the machine receives a fax under one of the following conditions, the
machine will not be able to print the received fax and will
automatically store it in its memory.Ink has run out while receiving a fax.Paper has run out while receiving a fax.
Paper other than A4, Letter, or Legal-sized papers are loaded.
OFF is selected for Auto Print in User Settings.
You pressed the Stop button to cancel printing of a fax.
1. Make sure that the plain paper is loaded in the Rear Tray.
2. Display the Memory reference screen.
(1) Press the FAX button, and press the Menu button.
(2) Use the (-) or (+) button to select Memory reference, and press the OK button.
3. Print all the received documents in the memory.
(1) Use the (-) or (+) button to select Print all RX docs.
To print the list of documents in the memory, select Print memory list.
To print a specified document, select Print specified doc..
To delete a specified document, select Delete specified doc..
To delete all documents in the memory at the same time, select Delete all documents.
(2) Press the OK button.
(3) Use the (-) or (+) button to select Yes, and press the OK button.
The machine starts printing documents in the memory one by one.
(4) Use the (-) or (+) button to select Yes
To keep the document in the memory, select No.
(5) Press the OK button.
The deletion confirmation screen will appear each
time after one document is printed. Repeat the same procedure until all
documents are printed.
Here is the user's guide.
Go to page 65 (page 81 on the reader bar on the bottom) and turn off Advanced Fax Operations > It will ask you if you want to print the faxes or erase them. Also, see page 80 ( page 96 in the reader) first. It explains what to do.
It seems to me that when you are faxing, your machine is probably set to save the fax to memory. If this is the case you should just have to delete whatever has been saved, through the control panel menu.
Print faxes received
from memory when ink is low or paper has run out or paper has jammed.
It may be necessary to press <Stop/Reset> to clear the error then
attempt to print the fax from memory.
Press <FAX>, then press <Menu>. [FAX SETTINGS] will appear at the top row.
Use to select [MEMORY REFERENCE].
Use to select [PRINT DOCUMENT] or [DELETE DOCUMENT].
If you select [PRINT DOCUMENT]:
select the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) of the document you want to
print, or enter the number using the numeric buttons. If you are unsure
of the transaction number, print the MEMORY LIST Press <OK>.
Use[ ] to select <YES> to print the first page only, or use [ ]
to select <NO> to print all pages of the document. (Received
faxes begin at 5001. Faxes waiting to be transmitted start at 0001.)
To print another document, return to step 4b, or to finish printing, go to step 5.
If you select [DELETE DOCUMENT]:
to select the transaction number (TX/RX NO.) of the document you want
to delete, or enter the number using the numeric buttons.
Use [ ] to select <YES>to delete document, or use [ ] to select <NO> not to delete the document.
Press <OK>. To delete another document, return to step 4g, or to finish deleting, go to step 5.
Check your ink cartridges and fill any that may be low. I got that error because one of the cartridges (magenta) needed to be refilled. The printer was storing failure reports in its memory until they could be printed out, leaving no room to fax new documents. As soon as the ink cartridge was replaced, the reports printed and freed up the memory to send out faxes.