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Setting paper size

I can't figure out how to change the paper setting from legal to regular. It keeps telling me to "check paper size". . .

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Move up the plastic on the right side of the fax below the numbers, push Data Registration once below the number 21 then press Set on the front side of your Fax you w'll see on the screen of the fax USER SETTINGS press down arrows key below Space 4 times you w'll see then PRINTER SETTINGS then Set again you w'll see RX REDUCTION then down arrow key below Space on your right side of the fax press down 1 time you w'll see PAPER SIZE then Set again you w'll see LGL then press the down arrow key 3 times you w'll see LTR then Set again and whait 2 or 3 secons and you DONE

Posted on May 24, 2008

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