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This isn't an issue with the actual phone. I would attempt to call a number that you know is working. Like a free 800 number from the television. If you are able to get through with that call then you should check that the numbers you are calling are in service. If you have the same problem with the 800 number then you need to get in contact with your phone company.
if you mean that you are trying to place outgoing calls where you don't want the call recipient to be able to see your number the way to do that is to dial #31# and then the number you are calling for example: #31#310-222-3333 (the recipient will see "blocked number" instead of your number)
connect a phone with 4521 in the back side jack of phoneout,
for outgoing fax
place original in the adf or glass for fax
Press hookdial and dial your sending fax number in 4521 after number dialing pull the phone handset to ear when you leason fax tone from the dialing number press start button to send fax.
for incoming fax (in not automoated)
press hook dial and press start to receive