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Resetting the Memory/Clearing the NVRAM clear all Faxes stored

CAUTION! Resetting the memory/clearing the NVRAM will erase any saved phone numbers and restore the printer settings to the factory defaults.
Step Action
1 Power off the All-In-One.
2 Press and hold the number 5 button and turn the All-In-One back on. Keep the 5 button held down until you see the standard Copy menu. This should take 8-10 seconds.
3 Press the menu button and use the down arrow button to find option 11. Manufacturing Menu. Press the check button.
4 Press down arrow button until you reach option 9. Clean NVRAM. Press the check button. The printer will display Clearing and then restart.
5 You will be prompted to go through setup again.

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lindalacasse --

Here are the instructions for retrieving the fax's from the memory:

(I found this at: http://safemanuals.com/annexe_MX310%20series%20Easy%20Setup%20Instructions_CANON_PIXMA%20MX310-_E.htm
)

�� Printing a List of Documents in Memory
The machine can print a list of documents stored in memory (the memory list) showing the
transaction number (TX/RX NO.), transaction mode, recipient, number of pages, date, and
transmission time of each document. When printing or deleting documents in memory, specify a
document by its transaction number.
1 Press the FAX button, then press the Menu button.
2 Press the [ or ] button to select MEMORY REFERENCE.
3 Press the OK button two times.
The memory list is printed.
�� Printing or Deleting a Document in Memory
1
Press the FAX button, then press the Menu button.
2 Press the [ or ] button to select MEMORY REFERENCE.
3 Press the OK button.


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-- RT

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fax function is equipped with a 4 Mb standard memory.
In spec. shows a 4mb memory is just enough for 320 pages of fax!!!

i think your problem is given from the 32 mb of memory of workcentre pe120, not from fax memory, because the faxes received or delayed is compressed with a very strong altgorithm, and these files is very small.

http://www.office.xerox.com/multifunction-printer/multifunction-under-30ppm/workcentre-pe120-pe120i/spec-enus.html#Memory

a link bellow ; i think is useful:
http://www.xeroxdirect.com/direct/public/products/accessorizer/dsp_accessory.cfm
for a 32 MB memory module (product code is: 097n01434)




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