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Error 4103 "No loop current / A/B bits (hang up in send)" Email to fax service company reports this error at my client's fax machine

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A loop current problem indicates that the phone line is not connected to your fax correctly, the cord is broken or where you have plugged into the wall is dead

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Vonage claims to work with all fax machines. However, some customers report having had trouble sending and/or receiving faxes with Vonage and other voice-over IP (VoIP) providers. The difficulties are a frequent topic in help forums and even made the Wikipedia entry for Vonage. Frustratingly, the problems have been intermittent and hard to diagnose, and some customers have resorted to buying a new fax machine that better-suits Vonage’s optimum specifications. The company’s official “help” resource suggests lowering the baud rate on the fax machine to 9600 (or “slow”) as well as disabling the machine’s ECM (error correction mode) feature, if applicable. Also, make sure the fax machine is on the “standard” setting. Some users have had good luck adding *99 before dialing, as that resets the bandwidth for that call.
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I'm getting an error mesage: ECM error on my Sharp AR-M207 fax machine. How can I fix it?


ECM (Error Correction Mode) is a feature common in most fax machines today. It helps to minimize errors while transmitting faxes over noisy phone lines.

1) Be sure you have the latest version of the drivers installed
2) Turn the fax off, then unplug for 10 minutes, turn on and try again. This should clear up anything in the printer/fax memory
3) Check if your phone line is unsually noisy when you tried to send the fax(es) that gave you the error message. If this is the case, a sucessful fax transmission will be almost impossible. You may have a faulty phone line or an improper installation. Either of these two should be fixed by your phone company. Also, most phoen companies can test your phone line (for fre) remotely to check for abnormally high noise levels.

Please, report back if you need further assistance.

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Every time I try to read my E mail it shows an error! Then it asks "send error report or don't send! Over and over and over. Should I change my E mail or continue with YAHOO?


I can't say if you should change your email account or not, I had my problem with them indirectly. The "send error report" is from Microsoft and is part of the operating system. If you say yes it will send Microsoft information about the program that's having trouble and your operating system.
Depending on if your using "web mail" or "client mail" will determine which program is giving you trouble. If you download your email with a program like "Outlook Express" then you have client mail, if you log onto a web page to get your mail then it's webmail. If you use web mail the problem is probably with Internet Exployer and you'll need to reinstall it and or upgrade it. If you use client mail the problem is most likely with your email program which is usually Outlook Express, again you'll need to reinstall and/or upgrade the program.

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Copy report after sending fax


it will be under reports, you can set all faxes to do a report after a fax has been sent, ill keep the terminology easy as
Brother, canon, konica blah blah all uses different terminology for it, but there is a setting in reports for user that they can turn on, it like error reporting if a fax deosnt go it will print out a error report so same thing to do with copy report.
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Error message -no loop current


It can't find a DIAL TONE check the line with a regular phone.

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Error 350


Error 350 means...
The remote machine has failed to respond to a fax command from the local machine due to the connection being interrupted. These errors can occur if the phone lines in the area to be faxed are old or there is noise (static on the phone line). Other reasons can include power outages and other power related problems.
OR
The call waiting service can cause this error. The click, heard for an incoming call, is actually a momentary disconnect of the line.
OR
The remote user has pressed the Stop key while the reception was in progress.
OR
Under rare conditions incompatibility between the two machines may cause the remote machine to simply abandon the call.

Try this solution...
*Re-attempt the fax reception at a different time when telephone line conditions have improved. Call the telephone provider if line conditions fail to improve.
*Disable ECM. Errors may still occur, and may result in a degraded image quality on the received page. However, the ability to transmit the entire document will be improved. (To turn off the ECM, simply press the setup button on the pritner, use the right arrow and select advance fax setup on the options. Press ok under advance fax setup. Use the right arrow and select Error Correction Mode. Press ok and select Off.)
*Try sending at a lower transmission speed. (To lower the transmission speed. Press the setup button, go to advance fax setup. under advance fax setup, look for Fax speed. change the fax speed to slow)

After you have done the T/S, try sending a fax again.
Hope this would resolved your issue.

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No loop current


I believe that with this model there are 2 places to insert a phone line and you may have them backwards, also, it could be a bad phone cord that your using... check these easy things first...

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I need help


Pick up the handset and try to manually dial the number (make sure you're dialing a 1 if required). If you cannot, then the problem is with the phone company (perhaps there is a block of long distance calls of some sort). See if you can send to a local number. You're information is a bit sketchy. Also, print out a transmission report and let me know what the error numbers are. let me know one way or the other Ed

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No loop current


Check the line cable. Try inserting that line to another telephone unit. And if there's still no dial tone the problem is on the line itself. You should call your line provider. But if the line is ok, check the LIU connectors if it is inserted correctly. It the connectors are ok, then the possible problem is on the tel. line circuit on its mainboard.

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