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Panafax DX-800... shows memory full 100%. Scanner does not work. Pls advise how to cancel all memory as I do not need the incoming documents. Thanks.

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Unplug the machine from the rear
Hold down the ENERGY SAVER key while plugging back in
Scroll down to ALL JOB CLEAR
Press SET

wait for the machine to INITIALIZE

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