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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: OUT OF MEMORY
Just because you can hear fine when you call the same number and talk to the person there, does not mean a fax machine won't sense noise on the line. A fax machine is much more sensitive, and cannot have a lot of noise or it will not be able to render the image at the other end correctly. So have your phone company and the recipient's phone company check the lines for problems.
There is also the chance that the two fax machines cannot get along. We have clients that we cannot use our fax machine for, because it always generates a similar error to yours. If we go to the other side of our building and use a separate fax machine on a different line, it goes through just fine.
The other half of the error is out of memory. If you have not tried these ideas, try them also: To gain extra memory, you can turn off Fax Storage, print fax messages in memory or cancel a Delayed Fax or Polling Job. In general, shutting the unit off will purge most everything out of memory.
Posted on May 13, 2008
SOURCE: OUT OF MEMORY
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Posted on Jul 22, 2008
SOURCE: MFC-440CN PRINTER fax error
Plug a phone into the line and listen for static. Too many phones on the line, bad lines,etc, can cause a poor line condition. Try the unit directly into the phone line, no answer machine or anything else on the line. Maybe the memory thing is it has a lot of faxes that it hasn't been able to send.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
Depending on your location the line coulod well be poor quality for a sensitive fax. Any spurious sounds on a fax line will cause it to fault.
May I suggest you try the fax on the mainline first before assuming the unit is at fault.
Length of line from point a to b can also reduce the efficiency of signal. It may sound ok to the ear, but resistance may be the factor in reducing the level of the tone that the fax requires to hear and then activate send or receive.It reports poor line condition and even poor memory because it keeps loading to send.
If it does it on the mainline as well then I would be considering a technical call for help. There may be a fault in the unit.
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Posted on Nov 24, 2009
Poor line condition / out of memory is almost always caused by poor line condition.
This is to say that there is a problem trying to send because the signal is not going through clearly enough.
This error can be due to either your fax machine or the receiving ends fax machine.
Try sending to other numbers as a test to see if it works for other numbers (you can use 1-866-685-8587 for the brother test line)
If you get the same error no matter who you send to, you may want to try another jack or telephone cable.
If you are using a splitter, try without the splitter.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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