Using either the manual or the auto mode, more often than not the already scanned page sits in the machine, then "times-out" and the TX is not completed. There appears to be no pattern to this, as sometimes it will transmit OK. Receiving is not a problem.
It is connected to a dedicated fax-line (Vonage).
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This sounds like you equipment is overheating and is shuting down on protection mode. Is the Canon in an enclosed environment or sitting on something that is already warm? Try moving the Canon to another area. Good Luck. George
Yes. Here is a link to your Canon Laser Class 2050P fax machine's User Guide. Reference pages 5-1 through 5-28 for Speed Dialing, One-Tuoch Dialing, and Group Dialing. Speed Dialing must be set up before Group Dialing can be assigned. Group Dialing will accomplish the multiple recipients sending. http://www.actcopiers.com/Manuals/Canon_Laser_Class_2050P_User_Manual.pdf
1)Open the One-Touch Speed Dialing panel, then press 'Memory Reference'.
2)Use up or down arrow to select 4.DELETE DOCUMENT. 3)Press 'Set'. 4)Use up or down arrow to select the TX/RX number you want to delete. [you can check the documents stored in memory by pressing < or > ] 5)Press 'Set'. 6)Press * to delete or # to cancel deleting. 7)Press 'Stop' to return to standby mode.
Reference page 8-8 in Canon LC2050P user guide.
Is it possible that you have an LC 2050P instead of an LC 2050?? HH7-2424-000 contact sensor belongs to both 2050 / 2060 LC fax machines, however, HH7-2520-000 belongs to an LC 2050P fax machine. Perhaps that is the difference, or am I missing an update? Let me know which model you have please.
that is a heater error. the fuser asm. that melts your toner on to your paper. it is not coming up to temp. in time.
sorry to say the only way is to replase it. if you go on the internet googal canon 2050p fuser you can order one
Sounds like it got set to "immediate" transmission somehow, rather than "memory" transmission -might be as simple as a button on the operation panel, but I'm not a "canon" guy. You can get the manual here if you don't have one:
http://www.canon.ca/english/index-softwaredownload.asp Select "office products", and follow the prompts