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If you get the "busy/no response" message it is because the fax machine does not get a response when it tries to dial out.
Make sure you have a dial tone by pressing the "hook" button.
If you do not have a dial tone, make sure the phone line is connected to LINE on the machine.
If you have a dial tone, try dialing the fax number.
If you hear a recording, there is a problem with the line.
One of these two possibilities is causing the problem.
Take your cell-phone, and dial the same number, to see if you get the same "busy" signal.
If the telephones in your business require you to "dial-9" to get an "outside" line, be sure that your FAX is also following that "dial-9" protocol, and also waiting 1 or 2 seconds after the "dial-9", in order to get the dial-tone from the "outside" line.
The red light will stay on until you clear the alarms. Those alarms can be for any reason, so the idea is to just ignore them and let a technician read them when he comes.
If you don't have a Line 4, it will give you a fast busy because there's no dial tone. Just because it appears, and you can select it, ie green light and display saying Line 004, if it has no line connected to it, you will get a busy. Either get dial tone on the line, disable it, or take it off the set. The first is in program 400, the second is PROG press the button press TRANSFER twice and STORE.
Panasonic KX-TG1050N Cordless Phone. Base handset (No. 1, KX-TGA100N) does not work, no keypad response or dial tone. Green indicator message light ON (should only work with the TG1000N base unit) all the time till battery runs down. Display shows message ?C533?. Can still send and receive calls on extension phones 2 and 3.
I called Kodak support and had to upgrade firm software and reset all the settings to reflect whether I had an answering machine (yes) and call waiting (no). Also found it helpful sometimes to dial out using commas after the 1, to keep it from ringing busy.
Make sure the phone cord is connected to fax machine in the place marked LINE, then make sure the phone cord is connected to the wall jack. Pick up your handset and make sure you have a clear dial tone also. If you are dialing long distance make sure you have the long distance service.
go into menu go to fax settings find send click auto not manual, please make sure that when you push the hook key you hear a dial tone. always reminder that every fax machine has the capablitiy of either dial or tone. now if everything is set up properly the problem will be in the tx portion of the board. if you can link up with somebody close to you and try to transmit back and fourth that will let you know if it is their problem or your. it may not be your problem.