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DO YOU FAX FACE SIDE UP OR FACE SIDE DOWN

I have a brother MFC-290-C all in one fax machine which way do you put the paper, face up or face down?

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I am trying to send a fax on my parents fax machine but do not know which way to insert the paper. It is a brother MFC-7860DW


  • if you are going to fax from the glass or scanner bed you should put your document face down on the glass
  • if you are going to fax from the feeder (on the top of the machine) then you should load your document face up in the feeder
How to send a fax?
  • when you want to send a fax ,press the FAX key to illuminate it in blue
  • put the document either in the feeder or on the glass
  • enter the fax number using the dial pad
  • press START

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Hi do i fax with the paper facing up or down?


not sure about this specific model. However, on the loading platen you should see a diagram of a sheet of paper with the top right corner turned over which indicates the paper should be face down. If it doesn't have this diagram you should assume it is face up.

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Fax documents face up or face down


on top of the printer when you put the page in, it should have a small picture description of what side to put down or up.

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How to fax (face up or face down)


Hello,

If you put the document on the glass surface, your document should be face down. If instead you use the automatic feed on top of the machine you should place your document face up and the top of the page inside he feeder.

Hope it helps.

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How can I fax a Paper?


Load the original face down
dial the fax number
press START

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I have the stupidest question. i have a brother fax 560 plain paper fax. Do i load paper face up or down to send a fax? THank you!


just check there wilkl bi mention face up or down .if not mention no problem just make a copy by putting face up and one copy by putting it face down.one time u will receive white copy and one time u will receive print on paper .when u will receive print check this is face up or down .after confirm just send fax

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