Question about Canon FAX-L350 Plain Paper Laser
~When sending one page, does the display indicate usage of any memory ? If it does then it is merely a feeder problem. If you open up the front flap (the whole panel holding all the number keys and display it hinges forward) you will see to the rear of the machine two rubber rollers - the rubber 'goes off' after a bit - it either dries out/ perishes or gets dirty. You can try cleaning these with a slightly damp rag (avoid paper towels/ fluffy cloths). However, if they have gone past their use by date you may have to consider replacing your machine (unless a proficient engineer can replace them for less than the cost of a new machine). Whilst the front flap is open, below the lower of the two rubber rollers is a glazed screen which houses the scanner. Run you finger across the glazed area and see just how much dirt is being scanned across each of your pages being sent - you might be surprised!
In the meantime, this is not an unusual situation - but do you really have to send 80 pages of fax (5 - 20 I can understand)? The risk of missing one page (and it being a crucial one is too great). However, my L350 will not pickup following pages and is much happier sending single pages only. The only solution, I am afraid, is for you to stand over the fax and feed one page in after another, just as the previous one leaves the input tray. You can keep an eye on how many pages have actually scanned and if it matches up with how many you have fed through by keeping an eye on the page count on the machine's display.
Can't offer a better solution i am afraid. hope this helps tho.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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