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I need an ink cartridge
You can find/order these at Office Depot. Here is the web link.
on Jan 06, 2011
When sending a multiple pages
Check Your Drum on the back cover You may have some paper are stuck in to il .... and make sure your termal paper are on the right side check cafully the way you install your Termal paper
on Sep 22, 2010
How to save numbers
Your machine can store up to 30 numbers. To store numbers, use the following process:
- Press functioni button once
- Press right arrow > once
- Assign a two digit speed dial number or press the right arrow (machine will suggest a 2 digit speed dial number
- Enter the fax number (use speaker button if a mistake is made to clear)
- Press Start/Memory button
- Go to Page 28 in user manual
At this point, there's a chart for entering names for the fax numbers which can be found in the owners manual at this link: http://www.sharpusa.com/files/fax_man_UXP115.pdf
After the name has been entered, press Start/Memory button to Store and press Stop button to leave the process.
Best of luck and hope I helped.
on Jun 20, 2009
Can't call.continuous tone at the phone when i try to make a call
Check the dial pad keys for a stuck button, if it has a hanset with its own dial pad check it as well.
If you can not locate it, try listening on the line and pushing the dail keys one at a time. you should now hear dual tomes, the one you are causing and the offending tone, when you hit the offending key there will onlt be a single tone as this button is already sounding off.Do not forgrt the special keys(# &*)
Hope this is of some help.
on May 18, 2009
How to clear Memory in Sharp UXP115
FIRST:1-PRESS START/MEMORY KEY IF YOU WANT TO TRANSMIT THE PAGES WHICH STORED UP TO THAT POINT IN MEMORY THE REMAINING PAGES WILL BE REJECTED FROM THE FEEDER.AFTER TANSMISSION THE MEMORY WILL BE CLEAREED.AND YOU CAN TRANSMIT THE REMAINING PAGES.YOU NEED ALSO TO TRANSMIT THE PAGE WHICH WAS BEING SCANNED WHEN THE MEMORY FILLED UP.
PRESS STOP IF YOU WANT TO CANCEL THE TRANSMISSION.
on Sep 01, 2008
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