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On the controll panel there is a diamond shape picture with a eye in it.press that bottom and clear the fax that you received.There is no other way.You will have to phone the sender and ask them to change the papersize settings on the fax machine.
It's possible that the originator has their number blocked (caller ID blocking).
If that line is only used for the fax, I would try to learn the number using that same line and then using a phone, dialing *69 (in our area, yours may be different).
If your service operates the same, you should get a voice message with the number and an offer to dial it for you.
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This is not a problem with your fax, as it seems to be receiving most calls fine. I suggest printing out a report - Menu/Set, 2, 0, 2 - of caller ID history and having the phone company look into it further. Either there is a problem with your phone line, or someone is prank calling your fax from outside of your caller ID service area. Both are problems for the phone company to fix.
Lift up the cover under the display and press the data registration key, push "set" then scroll down using the arrow keys and look for "user setting" push set, and I think you scroll to the option that says terminal id push set enter your new name and push set again then you can enter your fax number. at any time push the stop key to exit out