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There's nothing in your recorder to clean, but. . Static in the message likely indicates a problem with the phone line itself, or at least the connection from the phone line to the recorder. You can clean that.
The line filters may be faulty. You may need to replace some lins filters. Try disconnecting all your phones and faxes while you are on the Internet to see if the problem still occurs. Check with your ISP, they can check your modem connection. Check the line filters on all your phones and faxes.
when you hear static you lines on your cellphone it maybe the time to replace your earpiece,
if you don't hear static lines when you use a headset then your earpiece is busted but if you still hear static lines while on your headset it means that something's on your surroundings that interrupts your signal it could mostly be a radio or a metal that could strongly blocks your radio wave.
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Make sure that there is no fault inthe connection from the line terminals. If both the sets have the same noise connect a base phone and test the line as it can be from the telphone line itself producing the static from the nearest junction or cable line.
If not the base phone input section may have errors.
sounds like you have a 206e card thats going bad. there are still alot of them out there and there not too hard to replace in the cabinet.To figure out which card to replace,match your extension number to the following: card 1 is extensions 10-15, card 2 is extiesions 16-21, card 3 is extensions 22-27, and card 4 is extensions 28-33. Make sure you power down the system if you remove or install any cards.
Do you have any Digital Answering Machines in the house? or is it a dedicated line? anyway
heres the link for the 3 digit error codes document, its a public
document that can be found by searching www.hp.com using this Article
#: bpu02549 or buu02549 anyway as you can see 388 result/solution is the following...
Problem: Unable to complete the connection. Solution: *Reattempt the fax reception at a different time when telephone line conditions have improved.
Now this means that one or both fax machines can have a problem. So lets isolate the problem.
a regular phone into the wall jack that the OJ 4110, if there is a
static sound then its the phone line that is having the problem. if
there is no static continue on...*Note if you have a DSL Internet
service you NEED a filter for the fax* .. What this is most commonly caused by is Bad line conditions which can occur in some different ways. 1) If there has been recently a Thunder Storm the electrostatic discharges interupt phone signals. 2) Recent power line downage 3) Recent Phone line downage 4) The phone company upgrading the lines
But basically something is BLOCKING the faxes from hearing each other. That is why you get this error code. You
can call your phone company to run a line trace. The reason you want to
do this is so that you can eliminate the possibly of Static, Yes there
are differnt types of it; 1) the normal static that you and me can hear 2)
the SuperSonic Static, AKA Static in the Higher Frequency Ranges, where
your DSL internet connection is. the Fax will pick up on those Higher
frequency ranges, and it will cause problems. So put a DSL Filter on
the Fax it wont hurt, and most of the times it helps alot. Again Make sure ECM is disabled. other than that, try unplugging all devices on the phone system an try... i think there is alot fo information, i cant think of anything else... Hope that helps
question is are you running a pc and router/ modem on the same land line
if so you will need the line filters to the phone base
the computer data is transferred by the same land line and there is every possibility that the different frequencies is what is causing the static
reference from a uniden trouble shooter ( will be common as the phones use the same medium)
lots of noise or static on the line === possible solutions --check for interference from appliances ( microwave , tv etc ) or wireless devices ( baby monitors wifi equipment etc)
move the handset base away from the source
if you have any device that uses the phone line , add a DSL or telephone line filter to the system
it is possible from the times you state that the interference could be coming form a neighbour or further down the line so the filter may be the option
available from phone shops or places like JAYCAR
Try connecting line 2 where 1 is connected. If there is no static it is youre system ie phone itself. If there is static there is definately a problem with youre line. Static can usually be attributed to old lines that the moisture barrier has been compramised. If the line is under youre house or in the walls you may have to pay for it. But if it is the companys line it is their issue.
Poor line condition is an error referring to the phone line itself. Even though it may sound clear small amount of static confuse the fax machine and cause the error. Try using a new phone line. If that doesn't help I recommend getting a line filter from OfficeMax