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Describe 'Lots of noise'.....was it static? Or high pitched varying tones (also known as handshake) Normally the two beeps are after the 'handshake tones' which means that the fax is awaiting an answer from sending machine. If you don't mind, email me your fax number so that I can hear exactly what you are hearing. email@example.com
okay, best thing to do is start from scratch, plug the phone line from the wall to the slot marked by the " L " on your fax, then pug the other phone into the slot marked with "phone" and listen for a dial tone. you should be getting if so then your fax should be working. hope this helps, if this doesn't fix it then let me know so i can better help you.