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Warning message I cannot receive faxes, or print anything at all. I am getting the following message: Failed to warm up...see troubleshooting and maintenance chapter in user guide." I cannot find the user guide. Can you give any suggestions? Thanks,

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    Clint Bowden May 11, 2010

    Press the stop or start button. I'll need a number for the error code if it will display. Heating is usually 76 or 77 but it could be just about anything.

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Try resetting the machine by pressing the features button and then in fast sequence 2,8,6,4, if you do it right it should flash test mode, then enter 91, and after you do this enter 99 to get out of the test mode

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