Question about Canon PIXMA MX330 Multifunction InkJet Color Printer
Connected to land line, I dial the number but won't connect to number dialed
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It might be possible that the line is loose or the long distance calling code is incorrect. Follow the below instructions which might resolve the problem.
Sending Using a Long Distance Calling Code The telephone company or PBX system may use long distance calling codes on a phone line as a means to manage long distance calls. This service may extend to a fax phone line and for local phone calls as well. To use a calling code for faxing, enter a pause (or pauses, as necessary) in the dialing sequence to allow time for the phone system to distinguish between the phone number and the calling code. For example, if the calling code has to be entered after the phone number, press <Redial/Pause> after the long distance number and then enter the calling code.
Here is an example of a couple of variations that may be used by the phone company / PBX system. (For details on time sequence between the long distance number and when you must enter the calling code, please contact your phone company or telecommunications specialist.)
Long distance number: 212.555.1212
Calling code: 123456
Scenario One: 12125551212p123456 Scenario Two: 123456p12125551212
Note: The above scenarios include a pause (p) in between the dialing sequence. This pause may be necessary to allow the phone system to detect each set of dialing sequences. The pause length can be adjusted from one to nine seconds, the default is two seconds.
Tips to help you send a fax using a calling code.
The number of pauses will depend on the phone / PBX system.
It is suggested to confirm if the time before the next set of digits is dialed will always be constant. This way you can always use the same number of pauses for that dialing sequence. If needed, you can also change the pause [Pause time] length from its default 2 seconds.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
If there is a poor line or connection, reducing the transmission start speed may correct the error.
Reduce the transmission start speed. Refer to "TX start speed" in "Device Settings" of the User's Guide on-screen manual.
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
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For you to send a fax with the Brother Fax 775 you can try these steps:
1. First make sure that you have a dial tone by lifting the handset or
just by pressing the hook button. Once you have verified you have a dial
tone press the hook button again to return to the main screen or hang up the
handset. LCD should display the date & time
If you don't have a
dial tone make sure that the telephone line cord is connected on the fax
machine's Line jack. If you don't have a dial tone still connect it to
another working outlet. If you don't have a dial tone still connect a
working telephone on the wall jack to see if you'll get a dial tone. If
you get a dial tone on the regular phone then problem is either with the line
cord or the fax machine.
2. Once you have the date & time on the LCD screen, Load the
document that you want to send on the automatic document feeder which is
directly above the LCD screen.
3. The LCD screen should change from the date/time to "Enter
Fax No. & Press Start" Once you got this screen dial the fax number
and then press Start.
Hope this helps. Rate if it works.
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