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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can buy a splitter to put on your line so you can run both devices. They sell them at the dollar tree big lots and everywhere else usually, and range from .59 to $2. as far as another DSL filter ask a friend neighbor or co-worker if they have or had dsl and have an extra filter. If not then you can pick them up for a couple of bucks at radio shack
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
I have purchased the HP M1319f multipurpose machine 1 year ago and expected it to print as well as fax. Sadly to say 1 year later, the printing works as expected but the fax never worked consistently for me. The solution I found was to buy a used fax machine and only use the HP M1319f as a printer.
The problem I've read about this problem on HP forums was the fax speed of the M1319f. It is locked to 28.8k which means it is only able to communicate with some fax machines. Older machines that doesn't support 28.8 will get errors and the fax will fail. This is definately an HP problem but considering I purchased this 1 year ago, this problem will never be fixed. Avoid this printer at all costs if your considering to use the fax machine.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
SOURCE: HP LaserJet fax not working
This could be one of a couple of things,
!. Digital Phone lines that are not filtered, this printer has an analog fax card, if you are on digital phonelines there is too much noise for the printer to recognize the data and connect to the sender. Try setting the error correction mode to off, this should be an option under the fax setup menu, also if you see the option for fax speed make sure it is set to v.17 or medium. If this does not work contact your service provider and ask to the test the quality on the line, If your fax can send faxes it more likely to be static or noise rather than a hardware failure, You can also try doing a hard reset which will reboot the fax card, I believe for this printer the way to do so is the following: while the printer is off hold down the right arrow and the cancel button and turn the printer on, Hold unitl you see permanent storage init,
It wouldn't hurt to check if there is a firmware update available,
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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Sounds like you may have a noisy phone line, incorrectly set transmission level or no filters installed if using broadband adsl service, also pick up phone is it free of any background noise or crackles? (tel phone company or cable problem if noisy)
In australia there is a service for test fax level across phone line called FOLDS (Fax online diag service) maybe your carrier have one too so you can test?
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