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Hi there,First,try to send to another number. Is it still busy?. Remember that fax uses telephone network. If you can successfully send to another number means the problem is on recipient side not on yours Setting may also cause the problem so please check if the setting on your machine is correct.
You need to reset the memory, since previously you have dialed some number, which is not able to connect. So restart the printer. Unplug the printer for 10 minutes and plug back the power to the printer.
older fax machines used a 9600bps baud rate, meaning a transfer rate of 9600 bits per second. a Bit being an 7th/8th of a byte. The newer machines can transfer at 14400bps, which older machines can not read, as its too fast. thats why they asking the BAUD rate.
Disable call waiting is only set to "yes" if you have call waiting, press "menu" then scroll down to "reset all setting" make sure to backup phone entries before doing this . Follow the "fax settings" below:
FAX SETTING FOR 5500 (VOICE MAIL)
- ANS. MODE TO "YES" - ANS. MACHINE RINGS "3" - FAX RINGS TO ANS. "4"
FAX SETTING FOR 5500 (ANSWERING MACHINE)
- ANS. MODE TO "YES" - ANS. MACHINE RINGS "4" - FAX RINGS TO ANS. "3"
Just found your post and I'm having the same problem. Everything else seems to be working correctly. I can copy, scan, print and I THINK I can send a fax correctly, I should have called the person and made sure it arrived. However, I cannot receive faxes. I have an answering machine on the line, but it is not plugged into the Kodak Pinter, it is in another room. The answering machine answered the call, the FAX noise came across, but the Kodak Printer never picked it up and printed out the fax. I think I have all the settings correct, but the instructions are not very clear. Do you think I HAVE to have the answering machine plugged into the Kodak Printer? That doesn't make sense, but I might try it.
Sending faxes and revieng faxeng through a pbx you need te configure the pbx and youre fax too.( Dail a 0 before youre messages! ) You have to connect always on the pstn line on the 210sf even if you use a pbx.
The Ricoh spc210sf isn't supporting an pbx on isdn line!! Watch out for this because the isdn line is working on 24Volts!! Then you can blow youre fax modem of the spc210sf .
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