I have an old Pitney Bowes fax maches (1530) and it is now not working. When I try to fax it is say "Needs Battery". I don't even know where the battery is and I don't have a manual. Can you help?
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Re: Pitney Bowes 1530 Fax Machine
On top of the operating panel is a small removeable tab with a bump on top. (not the Blue ones) Pull it out of the machine This is the battery holder.
The battery is a CR 2032. Most electronic stores sell them.
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This frequently happens when the location uses digital telephone lines. The meter is more specific than fax machines and does not work reliably on any phonelline that is not true analog like an old home phone line before vonage & cable phone service.
Alternatively you can connect thru the Internetusing a usb cable and pc/laptop with Pitney Bowes pc meter connect software which is free on Pitney Boweswwebsite or the larger model meters can connect directly to a corporate networkwwithouta pc aas middleman.
I have a 9920 manual,could be the same.Try the following but if you get different displays don't change anything.Press function,should read FUNCTION SELECT , ENTER FUNCTION # .Enter 8, scroll to AUTO REDUCTION.(use COM STAT or HELP keys to scroll)Change to NO.Press stop to return to normal mode.If this procedure is not exactly the same for your model,then just search through the function settings and find AUTO REDUCTION and set to no.