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check that the connections are done properly telephone cable from wall plug goes into "line" input on fax machine and cable from telephone goes into "tel" on fax machine if this is correct then check that your telephone line has no problems ie. noise or line dead this is no good for comms to TX
If it is FAX only machine, just replace your telephone with your fax. Connect it to the telephone plug asif it is a telephone. You have to change the settings to FAX only of fax/telephone. If your All-in-One printer/fax/modem, then you need to download a driver and install the computer.
First of all look for the brand/model and down;oad a driver to install. Hope this will help you. Best of luck luciana44
If you can fax to another number (this will be the best test)
Its going to be the fax machine on the other end. Either there is a problem with there fax, there line conditions (a bad line, working dosen't always mean a working fax line) or compatibility issue between the two faxes.
The only other possibility id the communications board has failed inside your machine but is unlikely if you can receive.
simply go into modes Fax/telephone and select telephone mode only instead of fax/telephone mode there is really no way to set the fax to not take faxes after hours automatically as it is designed to receive telephone calls and faxes as the machine reconizes fax tone.
the only disadvantage to doing this is you will have to change mode on a daily basis back to Fax/tel Mode during work hrs and back to telephone mode after hrs or simply uplug the phone cord going to the fax after hours
TAD is Telephone Answering Device.
TAD mode is the only mode that can be used with an external telephone answering device (unless you are using a distinctive ring number for receiving faxes). Your telephone answering device must be connected to the jack on the fax machine (labeled "EXT" for USA). When someone dials your telephone/fax number (to send a fax or to speak to you), all the telephones (including the FAX) will ring according to the number of rings you set on the TAD. The Ring Delay setting is not recognized in the TAD mode. If you do not answer the call, the TAD will answer. As your outgoing message is playing, the Fax is in the background, silently listening for fax tones. If the FAX hears fax tones, it will automatically go into the receive mode. If the FAX does not hear fax tones, it remains silent, allowing the caller to leave a message. The above information is correct for a Brother fax machine.
Is your fax automatically picking up the call or do you have to push a panel button to start the receive fax process?
Perhaps the fax is already "in" your fax machine's memory and only needs a manual printout. Check the fax call log.
sure u can:
Installation with an answering machine and/or extension telephone:
1. Remove the seal covering the TEL. SET jack on the rear of the fax. Connect an extension telephone or answering machine to
the TEL. SET jack.
2. If desired, connect an extension phone to the answering machine.
from the user Fax guide:
If desired,you can also connect an answering machine or an extension telephone to your fax.
¨ Connecting an answering machine to the fax will allow you to receive both voice and fax messages on the same line while you are out. For details on using this feature, see Chapter 7. (Note: Do not connect an answering machine to your fax if you will be using the distinctive ring feature described
in Chapter 2.)
¨ You can connect an extension phone to the fax to make and receive calls
like any other extension phone on your line.