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IN WHAT DIRECTION DO TO PUT THE PAPER IN TO FAX

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Directly above the control panel you will see the tray where to put in the document you want to fax, load the document top edge first face down, lcd should change to enter fax no & press start.
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Thanks, vikroks

Posted on Mar 27, 2011

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