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Re: FAXES ARE NOT COMING THROUGH
Try calling your fax line from a different phone and see if your machine is picking up the line and making a high pitch squeel. if it is then the modem is ok. then insert a document into your fax and select a copy and see what happens, that will be test your scan and printer on the fax.. hope this helps. contact me if you need additional help.
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Pl. check the memory received., If your fax setting is not done for memory setting i.e. when you receive a fax that immediately printed .Then the fax machine is right some times voice calls also generated if it was given earlier for that or used for voice call, so caller may try to communicate for voice call and got the fax tone (as the fax machine is in auto mode),he simple disconnect the line.
and fax machine may display some error message.
This answer maybe a little late for you but for anyone else tring to print fax stored in memory:
1. Press Menu - Fax Functions will display
2. Press 2 - Print report will display
3. Press Enter - Last Transact will display
4. Press 7 - Reprint Faxes will display printed the pages
5. Press Enter
This will print all faxes in memory. Press Stop when you have printed the pages you need.
You can print fax log (Press 2 after step 3) to see what is in memory
If outgoing faxes are turning up blank on the recipients end, you may be putting the paper to be faxed in backwards. Outgoing faxes should be sent face-down. If you are sending properly, either your scanner is failing (test it by copying a document) or the recipient is having fax issues on their end.