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Out-going faxing problem

When i fax to other offices the text is getting smaller. can i fix the problem on my end

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    a) if you are in an office, you may have to dial a 9 or someother number to dial out before you can type in your original fax number.

    b) if you are in your home, then its a number of things: Fax machine not connected with phone lines properly is one big supect. Check your phone cables to make sure that the fax machine is properly connected.

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    Put the document you want to send into the transmit tray, pick up the handset, listen for a dial tone, and then dial the # on the keypad..
    It should ring just like any other phone. When the machine on the other end picks up and you hear the tones, press the start button.
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    THEY probably have their fax hooked to a DIGITAL phone line.

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    The faxes I recieve are illegible. Small text and hard to read.

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    Receiving error I fixed my own problem. I had printed out a system data sheet on my fax machine and found out that the "error" was in under sending confirn, so I went into my menu to the sending confirm section and turned it off. Then my boss tried sending the fax and it came through like nothing was ever wrong...I think the other day when my Iguana got in my office, he must have done something, as I found him perched on my fax machine....hmmmm. Thanks for the follow-up email.

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