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Re: Outgoing fax makes loud clicking noise
2 different problems here. 1st is with document feed and 2 is with paper feed.
1st prob seems to be with the paper feed roller not meshing at the gear. Probably a broken piece on the lower document tray assembly. No real fix for this unless you can strip it out and haywire it.
2nd prob is probably a poorly meshing drum unit. Examine the gear teeth on both the drum and the machine. As you have replaced the drum already (presumably with a brand new one) You might possibly find a missing or badly worn tooth on the messhing gear in the machine.
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The loud clicking noise is either the toner cartridge or the paper feed.
If the jam occurs in the drum and toner cartridge then I recommend changing the toner.
If the paper is not being fed at all then you need to have the paper feed kit replaced.
If outgoing faxes are turning up blank on the recipients end, you may be putting the paper to be faxed in backwards. Outgoing faxes should be sent face-down. If you are sending properly, either your scanner is failing (test it by copying a document) or the recipient is having fax issues on their end.
THE MACHINE IS ET TO DELAYED TRANSMSSION (MAYBE THROUH TOLL SAVE BUTTON ) OR OTHERWISE,
PLEASE CLEAR THE MEMORY STORED MESSAGES FOR DELYED SETTINGS,
THE PROBLEM WILLL BE RESOLVED IMMEDIATELY