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Fax L200 Check paper size problem

Recurring problem. Fax store documents in memory and then alarm goes on that says check paper size. All the settings are correct. When you press stop, it prints ± 16-18 of the same pages.

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  • Anonymous Jun 13, 2008

    depois de impressa a folha

    apereci na tela do fax

    check paper size, o que quer dizer?

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Fax L200 Check paper size problem - 18da4fa.jpg

This is due to the reg sensor being worn, item 26 in the photo

please order and replace

RB2-1700-030 - LEVER, REGISTRATION SENSOR

hope this helps

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

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