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First things first. Try and print report from the fax. Any kind of report. If it is printing OK, then the next step is to check if:
Your clients receive your faxes OK? If they are dark as well, then your scanner head is at fault.
When you make Copy on your fax and it prints dark it could be simply set with dark settings _or_because of the white calibration strip or roller being soiled or dirty, which acts as the ultimate white reference point for scanner _or_ the Scanner CCD sensor is in paper jam release position (too far away from reading the originals) just pull it back to normal feed position.
Hey!If the take out the cover thats covering the recieving paper,Look in there and u will see a black lever with a green sticker on it!Make sure its clipped int o place by pushing it upwarsd untill you hear the click sound!Good Luck!
Hey!If the take out the cover that's covering the receiving paper,Look in there and u will see a black lever with a green sticker on it!Make sure its clipped into place by pushing it upwards un till you hear the click sound!Then press ok!!Enjoy!Good Luck!
Does the black go all the way to the very edge.ALL copiers have a void area around the edges of the copy....to prevent the copy from sticking to the fuser roller, which operates at nearly 400 degrees while copying.The void area can be as much as 6 mm all the way around, that is to say, all 4 edges.without the void area, the copy will always jam at the fuser or fixing unit.Good Luck