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don't know if this will fix prob, but pull drum unit out and locate the piece of glass that runs right to left inside of fax right over top of where drum would be sitting. clean that off. if theres toner coating that glass, that will cause light prints or blanks. this is of course, assuming that you are getting these kind of prints from more that one fax.
Printing irregularites on sent faxes are due to spots or a dirty scanner.
Spaces on received faxes are due to a dirty drum, corona wire, or a failing or improperly installed toner cartridge. A new cartridge should be gently shaken back and forth sideways prior to installation.
the thermal head, scanner and the body. should be given focus on this problem. if the scanner is not copying well it needs cleaning by wiping the glass part with a alcohol in a cotton bud. if the scanner is really okay then the thermal head is not printing properly so it needs a thermal head replacing . or both are okay. the body is having problem. there must be a dis allignment on the said components. then this is the time to bring your fax machine to the panasonic shop center to do a further check and replace what is needed to be replace. also try to check if you installed the toner and drum properly by following the installation instruction. hope this could help you.
If it is on copying it can be a build up of ink on the scanner glass. Open the cover in which the the original is scanned. There will be glass strip that can be cleaned also check the white plate that sits above the scan glass.
If it is recieved faxes and prints as well the problem is going to be the drum has worn out. You have two machines, try interchanging the drums to see if the lines that are present on one machine travels to the next. That way you can see if it is definately the drum. If so change the drums on the machines and they should be fixed.
IF WORDS GET STRETCHED ONLY ON RECEIVING AND NOT ON PRINTING OR COPYING FRONM THE MACHINE, THE PROBLEM LIES WITH THE TELEPHONE LINE DISTURBANCE
YOU MAY TRY GETTING THE PHONE LINE CHECKED /CHANGING THE CABLE LENGTH SETTING OR ATTENUATION LEVEL IN THE TECHNICAL MODE..