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Check video for 'fax receive set up' in similar model:
Manual receive: In coming call receives like telephone Fax/tele: Incoming call rings like telephone if its not fax, if incoming is fax it will entered in fax mode automatically Automatic: Incoming call converts in fax mode after ring count ends( ring to answer option also avail in fax set up mode rage 1-6 rings) Fax: Incoming calls straight away converts in to fax mode.( this option only for dedicated fax lines) Set up your best option as per your requirement.
Sending and receiving faxes by using a computer This section contains basic instructions for sending faxes by using the software that came with the allin-one. All other software-related topics are covered in the software Help, which can be opened from the software-program Help menu. NOTE The HP fax software and HP ToolboxFX are not supported for Windows 98 or Windows Me. The HP ToolboxFX software is not supported for Macintosh. NOTE Receiving faxes by using a computer is not supported for Macintosh. You can fax electronic documents from your computer if you meet the following requirements: ? The all-in-one is connected directly to your computer or connected to your computer over a TCP/ IP network. ? The all-in-one software is installed on your computer. ? You are using Microsoft Windows 2000 or XP or Mac OS X V10.3 or Mac OS X V10.4. To send a fax from the software (Windows 2000 or XP) The procedure to send a fax varies according to your specifications. The most typical steps follow. 1. Click Start, click Programs (or All Programs in Windows XP), and then click Hewlett-Packard. 2. Click HP LaserJet all-in-one, and then click Send fax. The fax software appears. 3. Enter the fax number of one or more recipients. 4. Load the document in the automatic document feeder (ADF) input tray. 5. Include a cover page. (This step is optional.) 6. Click Send Now. NOTE You can also send a fax from HP ToolboxFX by navigating to the Fax Tasks section and clicking the Fax Send button.
- cables properly connected - analog or digital (DSL, VoIP, etc) phone line - dedicated line? - under fax setup, all faxes, turn error correction off - under fax setup, all faxes, turn v.34 off - test fax
Please make sure the machine is set for auto-receive in machine set up and make sure the phone cord is plugged into the line jack on the machine. If this machine is not on a dedicated phone line the machine (rings) should be set to pick up before the answering machine does.
Fax (HP LaserJet 3050 allin-
one and HP LaserJet
3055 all-in-one only)
● Full-functionality fax capabilities with a V.34 fax; includes a phone book, fax polling, and
For more information, see the online user guide.
I Hope this is good info for you.
See www.hp.com for the users guide.
While its possible, I doubt your doing it wrong...
Select [FAX], place the paper as indicated on the tray, type the number, and hit send. That's about it.
However, Fax machines will not send when attached to a digital phone network, used over IP phones, or in conjunction with DSL service without the lines being conditioned. This is a small device which hides the higher frequency noise from the fax machine. Any sort of signal shared on the lines may interfere with sending, recieving, or both. If you use DSL for example, I'd almost guarentee this is part of your problem.