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Top of fax starts in middle of page. text is cut off and squished

The fax is printing at the other end starting half way down the page and jumbled or squished. What causes this? Is it a problem with my machine or theirs? I do not have this issue with anyone else, and they do not have this issue with anyone else.

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SOURCE: Faxes are incomplete or non-existent for Panasonic KX-FPC166

check the cover if it has been closed properly, if not check the cover lock and hinges.

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Poor fax printout quality

I would say you have a bad drum / toner cartridge.

Stuff you receive with vertical lines is probably the sender's dirty scanner.

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

faxman789
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SOURCE: incoming fax shows one half of the page

The Thermal printhead is most likely burned out on one side and will need replaced. It could also be the printhead connector has worked loose and is only making partial contact. Remove the connector and reinstall. If that doesn't solve the problem then it would be cheaper to purchase another fax.

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

SOURCE: RECEIVED FAXES AND/OR COPIES PRINT ONLY HALF PAGE

Don't know that machine all that well, but it sounds like the laser filter glass may be dirty, or the laser unit. It seldom happens, but did you by any chance blow it out with compressed air?
Anyway, you may try taking out the toner cartridge, and if you tilt the machine upward you should see a sort of 'filter glass" above where the cartridge sits that allows the laser light to pass through from above. try cleaning this with a cloth, and hopefully that will solve your problem.

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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