Question about Sharp UX P100 Plain Paper Thermal transfer Fax
Check your phone line by plugging a spare hanset into the wall socket (Incoming line) and listening for a dial tone on this. No dial tone - faulty line connection.
Also check you have plugged in to the correct socket on the back of your fax.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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