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Upon incoming message, multiple sheets of paper

Upon incoming fax, multiple sheets of paper are fed out instead of one sheet per page faxed. Thank you.

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Switch the machine off,remove the document and plain paper tray,at the intake of the plain paper parth there is two gray rollers,Clean them with a strong soap sullution,just make sure the main board dont get wet.

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We can send faxes with no issues but when we receive a fax that has multiple pages after the first couple of pages we get half pages, partial prin or blank pages. We were told it was a possible system...


Is it pulling two pages at once? Sometime a machine will start to pull a sheet normally, then the page below it will get dragged along by the friction between the two sheets. One page's print gets divided between the two. If that looks like the case, pull out the paper drawer, remove the paper, and lightly sand the little rubber or cork pad at the front, then wipe the dust off with a damp cloth and let it dry. Before putting the paper back in, grasp the stack at one end, and "fan" the other, allowing air to get between all the sheets.

Get into the machine's Paper menu to see what size is programmed for the tray. If you have Letter size in there, but it's set for some other size, all kinds of feeding problems can occur, including false jams.

The paper feed roller is controlled by a magnet lever inside the right side of the machine. It should click once to start each sheet feeding. I've seen one Fax 4100e that clicked over and over, feeding extra sheets, just like you described. It turned out to be the system board. Worse yet, Brother had switched factories in mid-production of this model, and the replacement board they sent us fed paper just fine, but wouldn't do anything right on the phone line. Couldn't dial, couldn't answer. They sent another replacement, and it was exactly the same. Brother eventually broke down and sent a replacement machine.

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check between the rollers there will be small bits of paper jammed in that is the reason.

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Front loading page grab problems.


See that top on which to place paper faxing is a green button should be positioned (to the right or left) in position with several sheets drawn as an indicator. I guess yours is positioned on a single paper which means it does not separate anything you ask.
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The paper feed solenoid is sticking, it can be seen thru a hole in the back with the door opened. Not easy to get to, but I have been able to bend the stop tab slightly and run just fine.

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When i fax multiple sheets, they stick together


The separator pad is probably toast.It is a little white or gray rubber pad on the scanner assy.If it is intact, clean it .If not it must be replaced

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Sometimes two sheets feed in instead of one.


Most faxes have a rubber separation pad which is designed to stop multi feeding. It is in the feed area.
They vary in size  but can be up to an inch square.
If they get dirty they can slip and allow more than one page to feed, if this happens you can clean it with a damp rag with a bit of detergent on it . If this does not work (give it three or four tries) you will have to replace the separation pad 

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All Fax pages not received or sent.


have you watched the paper going through the doc feeder are thay goning one by one or is it pulling more then one. try making a copie withe 4 sheets does that work. if not open cover of doc feeder clean rollers. serperation pad. ( pad would be twrods the top of the cover )
C.W.H.

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Receiving a fax


It will be a problem with the other ends fax when it sends its stretches out the fax too much and it transmits accross two pages. The other fax is telling your machine to print out accross two pages in the transmission. Older faxes are the worst for it.

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