There is not a simple "how to" explanation for you, for this old printer. I wouldn't be surprised if there wasn't even a driver available for this machine at this point. If you are a beginner, I would suggest a new printer/scanner that is much more 'user friendly' than the old models.
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plug in a regular phone and make sure you are getting a dial tone. If you still are getting a dial tone it should work fine. Replacing a phone cord should not change anything as long as you lugged it into the same plugs and it worked before setup like that. Hope this helps
The trouble is that the scanner assembly can't find its "home" station. Here is the most common solution. There is a reflective white stipe under the scanner glass that the scanner looks for. If the stripe is dirty, or if the scanner mirrors are dirty, the scanner won't sense its location, and cause a "scanner error". A qualified technician should be able to clean the assembly. The other option is to replace the scanner assembly. I hope this helps.