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Sharp ux-300 it won't let me clear the memory it keeps printing the same item

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  • mo101 Feb 05, 2008

    very helpful info. thank you so much!!!!! appricate your time. thanks mary

  • mo101 Feb 19, 2008

    my husband took care of the problem he took it all apart and threw the sharp fax machine away.

  • kilane38 Jan 30, 2009

    I have the same problem but I don't see the posted answer on this site. My Sharp UX-300 won't let me clear the memory and keeps printing the same item. Worse, when I send a fax the receiver gets a black page. Hope someone can help

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You are going to be banned if you keep making posts for the same problem! I gave you details on your latest post ok!

Hope this helps - Josh

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