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Canon Fax JX-500 will not print any faxes

Will not print any faxes received. message on screen displays Auto print off
ink cartridge in place and paper in fax machine
it says there is memory in machine

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Just press the on/off button once this should do it.

Posted on Aug 04, 2008

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How do I clear the in use alarm on a canon mx340 printer?


The in use alarm appears to be related to fax reception and printing. There are some options below that you could try:-
Memory Reception If the machine receives a fax under one of the following conditions, it will not be able to print the received fax and will store it in its memory. The In Use/Memory lamp is lit and Received in memory is displayed on the LCD. When the problem is resolved as described, the fax stored in memory is printed automatically.
  • Ink has run out: Replace the FINE Cartridge.
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    • You can set the machine to forcibly print a received fax even if the ink has run out.
      However, part or all of the fax may not be printed since the ink has run out.
      Also, the contents of the fax will not be stored in memory.
      If the ink has already run out, we recommend that OFF be selected for Auto print in FAX user settings to store the received fax in memory and print the fax manually after replacing the FINE Cartridge. After you replace the FINE Cartridge and select ON for Auto print, the fax stored in memory will be printed automatically.
  • Paper has run out: Load the paper and press the OK button.
  • A different size of paper from that specified by Page size is loaded:
    Load the same size of paper as that specified by Page size, then press the OK button.
  • Page size is set to other than A4, 8.5"x11"(LTR), or Legal (or 8.5"x14"):
    Set Page size to A4, 8.5"x11"(LTR), or Legal (or 8.5"x14").
  • Media type is set to other than Plain paper:
    Set Media type to Plain paper.
  • You pressed the Stop button to cancel printing of a fax:
    Press the FAX button
Alternatively turn the printer off, open the devices and printers section of Control Panel, right click on your printer and select "see what's printing" and left click on this. A window will pop up which may or may not contain a list of documents. If it does these must be cancelled (Menu - Printer - Cancel all documents). Once all documents have gone from the list turn the printer on and try to print.
Other than the above suggestions I would need to know more about your OS and exact problem. Hope this helps.

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My work canon jx 300 is storing faxes. Auto print


Press MENU and # - this is service mode.Find CLEAR, and OK, then select clear ALL. After that fax returns to factory sett.
You will need to reenter your settings, but it should work.

Jun 24, 2010 | Canon FAX-JX200

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I have a canon fax jx-300. How do remove auto


Hey!Simply press the on/off button once and it will go from auto print off to auto print on!Good Luck!

May 03, 2010 | Canon FAX-JX200

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Canon JX 210 P Ink Level reset?


its not recommended to refill the cartridges as it causes problems!It recommend getting a geniune cart!

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On my Canon MX310, the display says "Waiting for Report". Fax Memory is clear, but the In Use/Memory light stays on.


Try this step ... found it on Canon's website

Issue: ERROR LCD: WAITING FOR REPORT
Solution: Set [AUTO PRINT RX] to ON (MX300 / MX310)

AUTO PRINT RX When [AUTO PRINT RX] is set to [OFF], incoming received faxes will be temporarily stored to memory and transaction reports (TX, RX and Activity) remain in memory. The default setting is [ON], which means incoming received faxes and transaction reports will automatically print. The fax machine will not automatically print a received fax and will store it in memory in the following conditions.
  • Ink is low or has run out
  • The paper size and type is not set correctly
  • Paper has run out
  • The Output Tray is closed
To set AUTO PRINT to ON, please follow these steps.
  1. Press the <FAX> button to enter the Fax menu.

  2. Press the <Menu> button. [FAX SETTINGS] is displayed

  3. Press the left or right arrow button to select [RX SETTINGS] , then press <OK> two times.

  4. Press the left arrow to select [ON], then press <OK>.

    Note: When AUTO PRINT RX is set ON, a sub-menu will appear to PRINT WHEN NO INK.

  5. At sub-menu PRINT WHEN NO INK, decide if you'd like the machine to continue to print incoming received faxes if ink is low.

    CAUTION: When this option is set ON, the fax machine will not monitor the ink level of the ink cartridges. If ink is low or out, received faxes will print with streaks or blank. Furthermore, once the fax is printed, it will be deleted from memory.
    1. To print received faxes when ink is low or out, press the left or right arrow to select [ON] and then press <OK>.
    2. To store received faxes in memory when ink is low or out, press the left or right arrow to select [OFF] and then press <OK>.

  6. Press the <Stop/Reset> repeatedly to return to Fax standby mode.

Nov 17, 2009 | Canon PIXMA MX310 All-In-One Printer

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We are getting a message "waiting on report" when trying to fax


I experienced this problem when "Fax Setting -> TX Setting -> Print Report" is configured before you send out the fax.

After your Fax was sent, and the message "Waiting for report" appear forever and does not leave.

It is because your INK Level is Low and your have set "Fax Setting -> RX Setting -> Auto Print ON -> Print when no ink OFF", and so the report will not be printed out due to ink level is low.

Solution:
Configure "Fax Setting -> RX Setting -> Auto Print ON -> Print when no ink to ON", and the report will be printed out immediately, the message disappear.

May 29, 2009 | Canon PIXMA MX300 All-in-One Printer

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Auto print off


Most often, Auto Print Off is activated by pressing the On/Off button, and documents are then stored in memory. Disable this function by pressing the On/Off button again.

The fax will also turn off Auto Print when the machine runs out of ink or paper, in which case, you should replace the ink cartridge or supply more paper. This situation usually results in display of the message Rec'd in Memory as well, and the unit will receive up to 30 transmissions or 60 pages maximum.

Please post back if you need further help, otherwise thank you for using and rating FixYa!

Jun 07, 2008 | Canon FAX-JX200

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TECHNICAL PROBLEM


Most often, Auto Print Off is activated by pressing the On/Off button, and documents are then stored in memory. Disable this function by pressing the On/Off button again.

The fax will also turn off Auto Print when the machine runs out of ink or paper, in which case, you should replace the ink cartridge or supply more paper. This situation usually results in display of the message Rec'd in Memory as well, and the unit will receive up to 30 transmissions or 60 pages maximum.

May 22, 2008 | Canon FAX-JX200

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"waiting for report" /won't copy


I experienced this problem when "Fax Setting -> TX Setting -> Print Report" is configured before you send out the fax.
After your Fax was sent, and the message "Waiting for report" appear forever and does not leave.
It is because your INK Level is Low and your have set "Fax Setting -> RX Setting -> Auto Print ON -> Print when no ink OFF", and so the report will not be printed out due to ink level is low.

Solution:
Configure "Fax Setting -> RX Setting -> Auto Print ON -> Print when no ink to ON", and the report will be printed out immediately, the message disappear.

Apr 22, 2008 | Canon PIXMA MX310 All-In-One Printer

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Screen display auto print off


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Most often, Auto Print Off is activated by pressing the On/Off button, and documents are then stored in memory. Disable this function by pressing the On/Off button again.

The fax will also turn off Auto Print when the machine runs out of ink or paper, in which case, you should replace the ink cartridge or supply more paper. This situation usually results in display of the message Rec'd in Memory as well, and the unit will receive up to 30 transmissions or 60 pages maximum.

Please post back if you need further help, otherwise thank you for using and rating FixYa!

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Apr 22, 2008 | Canon FAX-JX200

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