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Hp7410, Fax line/house phone

Hp7410, I had the wireless issue so I unpluged the connector now when I plug my phone line in I lose my house phone??

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  • paulfowler1 Mar 07, 2009

    reinstalling software took care of the problem.



    is there a way to hook my 7410 to my router to get wireless printing?

  • paulfowler1 Mar 11, 2009

    I hooked up the ethernet cable and it seems to be working for now.

    THANKS for your help!!

  • Ron Price May 11, 2010

    Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling software?

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I'm usually on every day almost 24/7.

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I am not sure about that problem.
However if the printer has an ethernet connection, you should be able to and xp should find it. If the printer does not have ethernet connection you need to check with the router manufacture.
Hope this helps..
Let me know.

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I keep getting error message 344


There is a good chance that your fax line is bad. Determining where it may be bad is a bit more difficult. There are a number of places that it could be bad, one of them should be replaceable by you. You can try a different phone line between the 8500 and the fax wall jack. You can try the 8500 at a different fax wall jack (if you have one). If you have DSL Internet service, make sure that you are using a DSL filter in between the fax wall jack and the line that connects your fax machine.

The final thing you can do is hook up a phone to your fax line, do you hear static? If so, you probably need professional service to assist you. Those are a few things you can do on your own to resolve a line issue. If that doesn't fix it, you might have to call out a phone company to check/test/re-run the phone line to your fax wall jack where you plug the 8500 in. It might even be a problem outside of your house/office/building.

Beyond line issues, there really isn't much it could be besides the fax machine itself. Try taking it to someone elses home/office and test it there. If it has the same issue, it is probably the machine itself.

There is one setting inside the 8500 you can turn OFF to attempt to bypass the issue, however this is just a bandaid. Look at your instructions to disable ECM or follow the link provided by HP for error 344 below:

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?objectID=buu02549#Error344

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Sounds like your phone cord is plugged into the "tel" or "phone" port on the back of the fax. It should be plugged into the "line" port.

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The magic jack is pluged into the phoneline directly


OK.. First of all, I am hoping you understand the basics of the MagicJack concept ?? Highspeed Internet connection on your PC, MagicJack plugged into your USB port, with a phone plugged into the other end of the MagicJack ? It requires High Speed, no dial up, and marginally works on my wireless Broadband due to atmospheric influences. It DOES work on my bluetooth wireless cell modem just based on the better speeds I get from the modem vs. my wireless Broadband.

1. If you have a Cable Modem or Wireless Broadband Dish for internet, follow the steps below.. IF you have DSL, skip to # 2.. if you have Dial-up skip to # 3,

I personally own wireless Broadband, so my ongoing experience is from here. I own a MagicJack for traveling and a Vonage line, for my house fax line service because the MagicJack is not strong enough, power wise, to push through my CAT/5 house, phone lines. Vonage does provide phone for the entire house, for the most part, cleanly, because Vonage uses a powered router to provide the final signal, which I then jumber over to a phone jack to connect into the house. It also requires that you disconnect your external phone lines, that would normally go back to the "Big Bad Phone Company". This can be done at the demarcation point, where your regular phone lines connect into a box, outside your house ? The internet I have, is in my shop, about 150' from the main house, Vonage's router power's the whole house, just fine.

2. With DSL, you will have good solid speeds, but you will still have the issue of, MagicJack, being too low in it's power source, because it comes from the USB port of your PC. You are basically going to be stuck with a single wireless or corded phone, for the MagicJack service. In this case, since the DSL is fed through the BBPC phone lines, you will not be able to 'pipe', even Vonage back through your house phone lines.

3. If you're on dialup, you're going to have poor service, out of the box.. you're just not going to be fast enough to be clean.

As an added note.. Your query for help is concerning.. again, high speed internet into your PC, MagicJack plugged into your PC's USB port, the phone plugs into the MagicJack's RJ-11 phone port.


Thank you for your time in these matters.

Respectfully,


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I looked at the Comcast site and searched for "fax problems" and discovered that, although you can fax using their service, some devices are incompatible. However, when I took a look at the list of devices, no HP products were listed.

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That said, the service you have subscribed to (central phone/Internet/TV) may had additional issues with faxing. I'd have to say "yes", please contact Comcast support to see what can be done to resolve this issue. There may be a filter box or some other device that has to be installed so the fax machine can detect a dial tone without all of the other data on the line and avoid "freaking out" your system.

Here's the link to their Help and Support page. Good luck and post back your results:

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unplug the fax from the phone line. call it from you cell.if you hear your phones ringing in the house, plug the fax machine back into the jack. [you should still be on your cell phone] if the line goes dead or stops ringing, there is a short with the fax machine or wire to the jack.if you hear a busy signal without the fax plugged in, unplug everything you have plugged into phone jacks thruout the house. call your # again.if you hear ringing on your cell phone, plug everything back in one at a time.[again while still on your cell phone] if it was one of the phones plugged into a jack, when you plug the shorted phone back into the jack, the line will go dead again. that phone or cord is the problem.
if still rings busy when everything is unplugged, then call your phone company. it can be an inside wire or jack problem, or the problem is outside your home.
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