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Not receiving faxes says " need new B CRT. What is that and where do I get one. I have faxes in memory that are not printing

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B CRT is the Black cartridge and can allmost be bought anywhere!Ask Your local canon Dealer perhaps!Good Luck!

Posted on May 05, 2010

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