Question about HP OfficeJet 6210 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Try dialing the FAX-number with your cell-phone.
Do you hear the "ring", or does the telephone-company give you a "busy" signal ?
Some FAX machines are "busy" -- receiving many FAXES from multiple customers -- reprogram your FAX machine to "retry" a few times.
Or, when a receiving FAX runs out of paper, it sometimes refuses to accept "new" faxes.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go back to your receive mode settings press menu > receive mode settings > scroll to your situation (fax/tel auto switch) and adjust # of rings before the machine picks up. If you have a small bussiness maybe you should consider the DRPD (distinctive ring pattern detection) and have a seperate phone number on your home line. the cost is minimal and worth the aggrevation!
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
SOURCE: Fax problem
unplug the fax from the phone line. call it from you cell.if you hear your phones ringing in the house, plug the fax machine back into the jack. [you should still be on your cell phone] if the line goes dead or stops ringing, there is a short with the fax machine or wire to the jack.if you hear a busy signal without the fax plugged in, unplug everything you have plugged into phone jacks thruout the house. call your # again.if you hear ringing on your cell phone, plug everything back in one at a time.[again while still on your cell phone] if it was one of the phones plugged into a jack, when you plug the shorted phone back into the jack, the line will go dead again. that phone or cord is the problem.
if still rings busy when everything is unplugged, then call your phone company. it can be an inside wire or jack problem, or the problem is outside your home.
hope this helps
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
SOURCE: Phone off hook message
The most common reason for this message is when a dial-up modem is accessing the Internet on the same phone line. Just as two phone calls cannot come in at the same time, two devices cannot use the phone line at the same time.
f a broadband modem (such as DSL or ISDN) is on the same phone line and the message appears all the time, please contact your Internet provider for assistance. Even if a dial tone is present when listening to the phone line, the HP product may detect the broadband data connection at the higher line frequencies. Broadband modems must have a line filter installed to work correctly. Contact the telephone company for assistance. Please follow the directions below to verify functionality.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
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