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Failure to Warm Up

Hi, my 2820 will send but not receive. The panel reads "Failure to Warm Up" and refers me to the maintenance manual which is of no help. The warranty expired about 6 months ago. The machine is less than two years old. Any advice?

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Failure to warm would suggest the fuser unit is failing and the machine is failing to reach the temperature that toner melts and fuses to the paper. The machine should display error 76 or 77.

Try this ONCE only!! till the after 99 bit. Hit menu, *,2,8,6,4 quickly if all the button flash and maintenance is displayed enter 99. Now if the error reoccurs you need to replace your fuser unit as it failed as opposed to just malfunctioned.

It will melt if there is a problem and you keep repeating this process. So please only once. If it takes you a few goes to get into maintenance modes its ok but the reset of 99 do only once.

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Slim1234,
          A multitude of problems might cause receive problems, and the User's Guide has no "receive Problems" section under troubleshooting - so here goes:

        If I had to guess right off the bat, your problem is probably
that the FAX is in "FAX Storage" mode, and is out of memory.
In this mode, it will print FAXes until it runs out of memory.
See problem "g" below.

   a. Voice mail active on the line - if voice mail and FAX-2820 are
       set to answer the line on the same number of rings, there's
       no way to know which will answer first.

   b. Voice mail active on line - if voice mail is set to answer in
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   c. Call Waiting active on the line - the call waiting "boop" will
       kill incoming FAXes (and outgoing FAXes too, but your
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   d. Your FAX-2820 is set to "Manual" or "External TAD" mode.
       Reset it to "FAX only" or "FAX/Tel" mode (depending on
       your office use of the FAX telephone line).
       How to do this: Menu/Set,0,1 <up/down to select mode>
                              press Menu/Set.
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                                  amityjones71@gmail.com
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http://www.retrevo.com/s/brother+2820+fax++manual

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