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Alarm - check cassette info code 011 - what is


The tab on the base of the paper cassette is broken off.

How to cheat it:

Remove the paper cassette
remove the tray in the back
remove the toner cartridge
set the machine upright

Wad up a small piece of electrical tape and shove it into the small black u-shaped sensor on the left side bottom.

it should work OK after this.

Nov 20, 2009 | Panasonic Office Equipment & Supplies

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What doe he code 011 mean and how do we fix it?


Error 011 indicates an error with the recording paper cassette. Re-install the cassette to clear the error. It's basically the bin that holds the paper that the paper tray leads into. Please post back with any problems or questions or just to rate the solution. Thanks very much!
Greg

Aug 10, 2009 | Panasonic UF-590 Plain Paper Laser Fax

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Panasonic Panafax UF-880 Plain Paper Laser Fax - Info code 011


Remove the paper cassette completely, look in the cavity for a broken magnet or crumpled up paper. The machine thinks that there is no paper tray installed

May 08, 2009 | Panasonic Panafax UF-880 Plain Paper Laser...

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Hello the Panafax UF 770 was donated to our school. We needed to figure out what this means: INFO. CODE=011? Can u help us please?


There probably a broken off magnet that sits in back of the paper cassette. If you have 2 paper trays, you should be OK without 1.

Jan 05, 2009 | Panasonic Panafax UF-595 Plain Paper Laser...

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Fax machine with error code. Panasonic UF-780. Error: "Check cassette info code = 011"


you broke the tab on the back of the paper cassette. if you look in where the cassette goes on the back left you will see a hole with a sensor that looks kinda like a upside down letter U . put paper inbetween the sensor and the machine should say out of paper and put the cassette back and you should be fine

Dec 29, 2008 | Panasonic Panafax UF-780 Plain Paper Laser...

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I got Panafax UF-595 and this fax keeps saying "check cassette info code=011" and does nothing else. What am I supposed to do to make it work?


There is a small plastic tab broken off of the front of the paper cassette.

Remove the paper cassette
remove the rear brown tray
remove the toner
set the machine on it's back side
wad up a small piece of electrical tape

stick the tape in the black U-shaped photo sensor at the bottom left corner of the machine to cheat it.

Dec 10, 2008 | Panasonic Panafax UF-595 Plain Paper Laser...

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How to fix this code????


there is a little tab on the cassette that is broken. leave me a way to email or talk to you and this could be resolved

Sep 24, 2008 | Panasonic Panafax UF-595 Plain Paper Laser...

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Error message


o54 means you have a bad laser unit. Try unplugging power cord and replug.

Sep 02, 2008 | Panasonic UF-590 Plain Paper Laser Fax

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Panafax uf-790 - info code = 011


Check cassette refers to the paper cassette. If there is no paper or the cassette is not seated correctly, then you will get that error. If you tried those, then check the left rear of the cassette for a tab. If that tab is broken off you will get this error and you need a new paper cassette. Good luck.

Jun 14, 2008 | Panasonic Panafax UF-790 Plain Paper Laser...

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