We have to put direct pressure to the paper and manually feed it in to send a fax or make copies and we have to feed each page separately. I ordered the feed assembly hoping this will fix the issue. Do you have any advise?
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Paper Pick up Rollers get dirty or worn out with the passage of time.
Hence, require cleaning or replacement if worn out. In case you find
them dirty use
a soft, dry, lint free cloth to clean the rollers. Dont use chemicals
as they may damage the rubber and plastic. However, if needed, you can
use damp cloth or some cleaning liquid such as mild detergent of glass cleaner to damp the cloth. As you have posted your question under Panasonic KX-FL511 is would highlight the steps for it. Im Using a similar model KX-FL612
After lifting the top cover, you have to pull down the under part of it down to locate the rollers
Lift the top Cover, Locate the roller and clean them.. Hope it helps! Good Luck! CreativeTECH
One of two things is happening ok maybe three. If the machine thinks the size of the paper is not what u are using this could happen. Try: http://pdf.textfiles.com/manuals/FAXMACHINES/Panasonic%20KX-FL511%20Laser%20Fax%20Machine.pdf
For any adjustment you could make.
The second is the paper is getting picked up a little late. The machine knows it did not print the entire page and finishes the job. Try cleaning the pick op roller.
The third is the page being sent to you is to long. This would likely be from one location only. There machine could be slipping when scanning and "extending" the page it is trying to send.
Hope this helps
check to see if your phone line is plugged in the " L" or line slot on your fax machine if it is then press the speaker or monitor key and listen for dial tone. then you put a document into the feeder and dial your cell phone number and press send, when your cell phone rings answer and listen if you are getting a high pitched squeel. if you are then it should be working. try it the other way too by dialing from your cell and listen again for the squeel. if you still don't get the squeel you have a defective modem.