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Have you tried a firmware upgrade, depending what happens with the fax tones depending where the fault is. can you ring into the machine? other thing to try is put a handset in the line and dial out or listin to the line?

so many things come in with problem sending and recieving faxs. have you tired putting on ECM mode?

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