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Canon fax L120/L100

It says check paper size (A4), it has A4 in but won't print anything out. Have tried switching it off and back on but have the same problem.

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Is the device set as printer or you use it just as fax?

If it is set as printer, under printer properties check the paper size, ussually is selected ltr. you need to set it as A4.

Posted on May 14, 2010

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press menu and then # goto service mode. Select the clear data function.
Clear all the memory, dRAM and counter.I hope it will work for you.

Posted on Jan 12, 2008

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