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LOUD SOUND WHEN SENDING FAX

Hi, I have a new Canon FAX-L120 that is working fine but one thing that disturbs is his loud sound when sending fax and "a toouut - toout" telephone line sound when the line is busy and fax cannot be sent, that we would like to turn off or down as much as possible, please can you email me the answer if not a problem, thank you very much, regards, Tea.

teakruzic@gmail.com

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    Exactly the same problem - would like to mute all sounds.

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There are 4 volume controls to access them press MENU.

You should see “MACHINE SETTING?” if not use the SET arrows to scroll through the different menus, stop when you see “MACHINE SETTING?” Now press the SET button.

Now use the up & down arrows to get to
Buzzer Volume = that the machine beeps
SET
Key volume = the tone that sounds when you press keys on the control pad
SET
Alarm volume = the alarm if something happens.
SET
Line volume = sets the level you hear at the fax is actively transferring a fax.

If you want to change any of the settings, press the up or down arrows to the level you like best and press SET if you don’t what to change that item just press SET. When you have adjusted all levels the way you want them press STOP and the levels will be remembered.

The most annoying sound to most people in the Line Volume. I have known people that like it as quiet as posable in thier work, but the problem is if you turn down the ALARM you won’t know when there is a problem. Many people like a little line volume so that they hear when they dial into a busy phone line, or if someone picks up the shared voice line.

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