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Fax phone number


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The best way is to remove the phone line from the phone system and make it go direct to the fax. In the closet with the phone equipment. Find the fax telephone jack. Follow where the wires go(it will goto the phone system 25pr cable). Take the pair of wires off. Find the fax number that comes in from ATT. That is the location where you need to punch down the wires that come from the fax telephone jack. To test goto the fax machine pickup the phone on the side of the fax and call your cell phone to see what the caller ID is. God Bless. Jerry

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