No. You can send a fax without paper. If you switch on to internet faxing, you will not even need a fax machine.
In the paper feeder section there is an icon that will instruct you on how to feed the paper properly.
A memo can be in any form, on paper, fax, email, text and is a message to people. A fax is any document sent or received via a fax machine.
Your fax machine should print out a paper that tells you the result. If its sent and if the other persons fax machine picked it up it should say file type: sent and result: ok. If the other person did not recieve it still would say file type sent but result :no answer
Feed the fax file in fax machine, dial the fax number then after a ring tone press send. Then Fax will be sent.
With fax machine, you need a dedicated phone line,paper,ink or toner and huge storage space for fax documents. There is a faxing technology right now that uses the internet in sending and receiving fax documents. This is a paperless technology since all fax documents are stored in your online account. All you need to have is an internet connected PC and a provider.
a fax document is a document that has been sent over a fax machine.
It means the fax machine needs paper to print onto. Add some paper to the part of the machine, and it should function again.
The data will not be sent directly into other end fax machine, instead, it goes to the computer then forwarded to internet fax service server, then sent to recipient fax machine. Wireless fax machine is only applicable for internet faxing just like extremefax.
The fax machine has a sensor or scanner which sees where there is dark and light on the page, reading it as dots/lines. This is sent through the phone line. The machine at the receiving end transfers these dots/lines onto paper.
To load paper to be sent as a fax: look for a little icon in the document feeder - it symbolizes a piece of paper with writing on one side, with a small part of it folded over. To load paper in the paper tray - there is usually a tray near the bottom of the machine used for holding blank paper to be printed on.
Other than a setting on your machine, the only idea I have is that the second side has no connection to the fax, especially if you recycle your paper.