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Canon pixma mp780 getting memory

Hello ,
I have received a fax and it has gone into my memory. I can not retrieve it!!!. Also it keeps telling to change paper to a4/tr/lgl plain. I have paper in both locations.

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  • budfrank Mar 11, 2008

    have 5 fax's in memory,have paper in both location, reset bypulling plug ,

    nothing works, HELP

  • cbstol Jun 02, 2008

    I have a fax in memory and cannot retrieve it

  • dlpix Oct 14, 2008

    I have rthe same problem, I can print pages from my computer, but I can't print my faxes.


    I have fax stuck in memory, it says in memory, change paper a4.


    I have paper everywhere, I restarted printer, etc


    Nothing.

  • stevenstanz Oct 18, 2008

    I have a fax in memory that I can't retrieve. It tells me to press ok and nothing happens. I can't turn off the power and when I pull the plug it still doesn't work. What should I do?

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Open printer properties click paper to use /paper size then okey

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