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Screen display auto print off

Screen displays auto print off how do I fix this

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  • manorhouse May 06, 2008

    screen displays auto print off, tried tapping the on/off button and no change.

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Most often, Auto Print Off is activated by pressing the On/Off button, and documents are then stored in memory. Disable this function by pressing the On/Off button again.

The fax will also turn off Auto Print when the machine runs out of ink or paper, in which case, you should replace the ink cartridge or supply more paper. This situation usually results in display of the message Rec'd in Memory as well, and the unit will receive up to 30 transmissions or 60 pages maximum.

Please post back if you need further help, otherwise thank you for using and rating FixYa!

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Try holding the button down just a moment as opposed to tapping. If it still doesn't work, please post a new issue, by selecting "Ask Me", and I will continue to help you through other troubleshooting steps. You need to make sure to check that all your other supplies are in place and OK! Thank you.]

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  11. Place the Adjustment Chart face-down on the Document Glass with both the Magenta color patches against the left side of the glass.
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  1. Press the [Administration] button located above the numeric keypad on the Control Panel. The Administration button has a wrench symbol located above it. The Access screen will be displayed.
  2. Select [Tools] on the Touch Screen. The Tools Access Number screen will be displayed.
  3. Enter your numeric password using the keypad.

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  4. Select [Enter] on the Touch Screen. The Tools screen will be displayed.
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  14. Select [Save]. The Auto Screening Adjust screen will be displayed.
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