I recently brought this machine at an incredible deal. Initially I recieved some faxes and I suspect the problem is merely a drum that is past its usuable life. I need an expert opinion as to whether this machine is worth further investment or if it's type were lemons and should be avoided.
P.S. This is for home use and will not undergo the heavy use an office would place upon it.
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Not entirely positive but it looks like you need to enable "polling" on your machine. I think it's a way to ensure they don't send out personal medical info to a wrong number by mistake. If polling is enabled, they've already determined that your machine is expecting a call from theirs.
To enable polling on your machine:
I have a brother intellifax 770 and I bought it used so their for I do not have the owners manual and I am having trouble setting it up and getting it to work. I can fax out but I just can't recieve faxes I can fax my daughter but when she faxes me she gets an error of 388 but she is able to fax and recieve faxes so we know her end is not the problem.
Some models will actually stop working whenever a drum message is displayed.
Remember, you do not need a drum to fax out (only to print confirmations) so i would go ahead and change the drum.
Ons ome models you can adjust to how low you want to set it or remove it all together.
It will store it in memory for a while (providing you do not turn off the machine, and print as soon as you replace the toner)