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Connecting problems When trying to send or receive faxes, it will call or receive from a # but thats it, it will not connect

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  • john slater Feb 11, 2009

    As far as I am aware, it receives ok. But when trying to send a fax, it comes back with no answer, even though the fax machine is okay at the other end. Go to another fax machine after trying many times on mine and it works first time. AAARRGH!!!! It is very close to going through a window!!!

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Is it set to auto receive, is the tel line plug into socket marked line not tel. Is it used on a dedicated line, no extensions, if using ADSL you must have filter on line. If plugging standard phone in place of fax is dial tone heard and line is noise free, can you ring and speak fine on line using a phone. Is machine set to correct dial format for your country ie pulse or tone. When did it stop, have you had storms, phone work done, has it worked on this line before? I take it it copys ok is that correct.

My bet is A noisy phone line or B set to manual answer. More info equels better help, but I am short of free time now..

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sikaku.gif Methods of Connecting External Devices bullet.gif Connecting to an Analog Line t_01522.jpg
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bullet.gif Connecting a Telephone or Answering Machine Directly t_01623.jpg
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i_important.gif Important

Do not connect the machine and external devices in parallel to the same telephone line using a splitter (A) . The machine may not operate properly.

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bullet.gif Connecting a Telephone or Answering Machine via a Computer t_01724.jpg
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