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I need to set my baud rate of my HP3390 low so it will receive faxes via magicJack I cannot find the baud rate in the menu of the HP3390

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  • rickbollmeye Aug 01, 2009

    I need to set my fax at the slowest speed to work with MagicJack, I can send but I have trouble receiving

  • rickbollmeye Aug 01, 2009

    Wow?

    I just turned ECM off and V34 off, what is V34


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Hi,

Please follow the steps given below to reduce the baud rate on your printer.

1. Turn on the HP.
2. From the keypad, press * and # keys simultaneously.
3. Press 1, press 2, and then press 3. Service followed by a number will be displayed on the front panel.
4. Press the right-arrow to select System Configuration.
5. Press Enter on the front panel.
6. Press the right-arrow to select R/W Parameter.
7. Press Enter. Parameter 0 will be displayed on the front panel.
8. Press 1, press 5,press 1 (i.e,151) and then press Enter. The display should read Value followed by a number (example, Value 60).
9. Press 2, press 6, and then press Enter. This will display Parameter 0 on the display.
10. Press 1, press 5,press 3 (i.e,153) and then press Enter. The display should read Value followed by a number (example, Value 60).
11. Press 0, and then press Enter. This will display
Parameter 0 on the display.
12. Press Cancel repeatedly, until the display reads the date and time.

Hope i helped you.

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Unfortunately, it is not changeable with this unit. Your best bet is to experiment with the V.34 and error correction settings and hope for the best.

Posted on Aug 01, 2009

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    ted1430 Aug 01, 2009

    It's a standard for how faxes are transmitted. You might also try one on and the other off and vice versa if you don't have success. Unfortunately fax over VOIP is dicey at best.

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