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Received in Memory issue

My faxes are not printing, they are going straight to memory. I also have this coming up on screen: Recommend new B-CRT, and Recommend new C-CRT.  What does this mean? I have not discovered this message anywhere in the manual.

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  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2008

    Our faxes are going directly into memory and I can't find anything in the manual to direct me to changing this setting so that faxes will come right through. Please advise.

  • Anonymous Feb 20, 2008

    have the same problem also

  • vernvern Mar 06, 2008

    Received in memory, Reccommend new B-CRT

    Tried, resetting printer,menu, turning off and on

    HELP

  • Mary Harding Apr 01, 2008

    Installed weeks ago and no problems till now when the message comes up saying recommend new B-CRT. Can't find an explanation of this anywhere...somebody please help.

  • Anonymous Apr 17, 2008

    canon MX308 recommend new c-crt

  • audy Apr 23, 2008

    My faxes aren't printing they are going into memory and I am getting a message recommend new B-CRT

    What do I do to get this corrected?

    Audrey

  • Anonymous Apr 23, 2008

    I have a problem whit receiving fax it go directleyto memory how can I get rid of this problem it's getting out of hand. Stated about a week ago. I went to menu and tried all tree options on receiving faxes but non of them seems to be working at all.

  • Anonymous Jun 27, 2008

    I have a Canon MX310 that now will not let me send or receive (?) faxes.  I keep getting a message that the memory is busy and "recommend a new C-CRT...what ever that is.  Not in the manual.

  • jenart Jun 27, 2008

    I have the same problem on the Canon MX310.  I followed instructions (pg 54-55) in the manual to eliminate the documents stored in memory, but to no avail.  I did get it to print our the "Activity Report" listing what was in the memory.  But when I tried to call each file up to print and delete it, the message I got was memory empty.  What to do next.

  • Anonymous Sep 02, 2008

    I am recieving a message recieved in memory recommend new B-CRT.

  • Anonymous Sep 03, 2008

    Received in memory. How do I print out?

  • sofi37 Sep 08, 2008

    Is there any possibility to manage faxes stored in memory from my PC instead of the fax control pannel ?

  • Anonymous Sep 09, 2008

    fax goes to memory, does not print

  • pattie73 Sep 25, 2008

    Faxes going straight to memory
    Change B-CRT --I changed it even though it seemed unlikely that it was out
    ChangeC-CRT -there is no way this is low or out..

    Faxes wont come in and i can't use scanner
    What's up?


  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2008

    this printer is the worst hands down... Since i had this fax i had numerous problems. In three months i received one fax properly. STAY AWAY

  • Anonymous Dec 25, 2008

    I had stuff in memory but was pressing some buttons. Now I got directions on how to print from memory but there's nothing there. Is all my documents from memory gone. I printed the list and there is no more list either?

  • mingchu Dec 25, 2008

    I had stuff in memory but was pressing some buttons. Now I got directions on how to print from memory but there's nothing there. Is all my documents from memory gone? I printed the list and there is nothing on the list either?

  • cflee1 Feb 12, 2009

    same problem

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2009

    Same Problem, went to return it today and they said: "Go to canon.com, (or.ca, can't remember) it will tell you how to fix it there." And they sent me out :l

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2009

    I figured out how to manually print it from memory, but it's a real pain after a while. Is there a way for it to print the faxes automatically instead of having to go to:

    Menu>Memory Reference>Print Memory List>Ok

    then...

    Menu>Memory Reference>Print Document> *enter TX/RX* > Ok

    ????????????????????????????????

  • triplebee May 05, 2009

    I have the MX310 and the message of recommend new c-crt, however, I know the color ink is not low... it is basicall brand new. Any way to shake it up and fix this like with toner cartridges on big printers? Thanks for your help.

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=) SOLUTION!!! To print from memory, simply press the "FAX button on the front panel.
Then, press the "MENU" button. "1. Fax Settings" will appear in the display. Press the
"right" arrow key once so that you get "Memory Reference" to appear on the screen.
Press the "OK" button once. It will display "Print List", but you want to "Print Document",
so press the "right" arrow key until you get to "Print Document" and press "OK."
Once you are there, press "OK" again and the message "Print 1st page only?" It displays a YES and NO, so hit the left or right arrow key to choose. If you want to print the entire document,
choose NO and press "OK" Your document will print out!!! =)

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Thanks; it worked. Now all I have to do is get rid of the low toner message that's not actually true. Any ideas?

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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I had the same problem with faxes storing to memory. The easiest thing to do is to press:

1. Menu
2. Memory refference
3. Print or Dump memory list.
4. Get the tx/rx (send and receive) number off of that sheet.
5. Go back to the menu and print a document from the menu.
6. It should ask what number document in the memory to print.
7. Put in the tx/rx number from the memory list sheet, and hit ok.
8. I printed everything that was in memory and was still getting the error so after they were done printing I just went back and deleted them from the memory.

Also, your ink cartdriges are labeled "B" and "C" inside the printer when you open the cover. "Recommend new B-CRT" means that you need to change the "B" cartridge. And if you get the "C" message, replace that one as well. The "CRT" stands for cartridge....incase you didn't already guess that. I fought with it for about a half hour trying to figure out what that meant. That should solve your problem.

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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Ya, I have the same problem with my MF6550. My issue is the ink isnt even close to being out.

1- can I override this
2- How do I get the faxes out of memory.

conceding to changing the print cartrige may do it.

Greg

Posted on Feb 28, 2008

  • bonneight Feb 28, 2008

    Ok, solved it for the MF6550



    hopefully this link will work



    http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/contro...



    the solution was called "Setting [Cont.Printing] to "KEEP PRINTING"



    went to the canon web site typed in "print faxes from memory" and followed the Received in Memory - error message link



    four step solution

  • bonneight Feb 28, 2008

    Ok, link didnt do it so ill be nice,



    1. Press

    2. using arrows, scroll through to [fax settings], then OK

    3. scroll through to [5.printer settings] then OK

    4. scroll through to [3.cont.printing] then OK

    scroll through to [KEEP PRINTING]



    hope this helps someone

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Hi! I called Canon about this problem. Here it goes....

C-CRT means to replace color ink cart. because it is low on ink or is out.

B-CRT means the same thing, but regards to the black ink cart.

Person I spoke to said he was not sure why they did not list this message in the manual.
Have a great day!

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

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This is very annoying. My menu is different to the solutions everyone has poste. We have replaced the ink cartridges but it still rund on memory.

Posted on Sep 29, 2008

THE B-CRT MEANS TO CHANGE THE BLACK INK CARTRIDGE. YOUR FAX WILL START PRINTING ALL FAXES IN MEMORY AUTOMATICALLY. I JUST FIX THIS PROBLEM WITH MY CANON MX310.

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

No clue i got the same problem.will contact canon tomorrow

Posted on May 16, 2008

(for the PIXMA MX300)

PROBLEM SOLVED!!

Pressed menu button, then go to fax settings, then go to memory reference. Then go to memory list, and hit OK...this will give you a list of everything stored in memory. Then to print each document in the memory, go to print document in the memory reference submenu. Then enter the TX/RX No listed on the memory list.

Posted on Apr 10, 2008

On the Canon website, it says this means it wants a new ink cartridge.

B-CRT is the B cartridge, and C-CRT is the C Cartridge. B is the black one, and C is the color one. What's strange is, mine says it wants to change the color one, and we never print in color.

Posted on Feb 22, 2008

We are having the same problem. Can someone please advise on resolution

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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