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Full memory Please can you advise how to empty the memory so as to speed up things. Also how do we get the machine to take multiple pages through quickly and store them in memory rather than slowly taking one at a time? Thank you

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  • Anonymous Jul 14, 2008

    Yes , I do. I have full memory , and can't sent several faxes

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Hi Guys

Solution for L800 memory full

Open one touch cover press "Data Registration"
Press "Set"
Arrow to "TX Settings"
Press "Set"
Arrow to "Erase Failed TX"
Press "Set"
Arrow to "On"
Press "Set"
Then press the Orange stop key.

Good Luck
The Great Gordini

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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