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Scan Error 4390

What does "Scan Error 4390" mean? I'm trying to fax something - I punch in the fax number and press the start button, and this error comes up.

Now what?

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Hi Leanna,
I have went through my own service manuals and through the Canon website regarding ANY code like 4390. I cant find it I used Canon's search engines and they say that particuliar code does not exist. We may need to double check any info and re examine all the details, because I would gladly help you.

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