Question about HP OfficeJet D135 All-In-One InkJet Printer
If you don't care which line is used as the fax line, get an RJ-11 phone cable. It is wired for only 1) phone line . . . the RJ-14 is wired for 2) lines. You can tell the difference by looking carefully at the connector. The RJ-11 has two contacts and the RJ-14 has four. Whichever line is connected to the two center contacts at the wall will ring your fax.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
You will have to split those telephone line from the incoming jack. There should be a pair of wires for each line already coming into the home. You will have to figure out which pair is which. You can look at you telephone punch board where the line enter you home to try and narrow down which pair of wires goes to which line. You should be able to install a jack to seperate out one line.
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