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No loop current

When I try to send a fax it comes up as no loop current then tries to retry.

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One side of the phone line to the unit is bad. This could either be in your cords, internal facility wiring, OR with your Telco.

You should see about 50 volts between the two wires to the FAX.

Plug is a plain phone and see if you get dial tone IN THE SAME plug that the FAX is connected.

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

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Try check with one telefone handset, the line fax signal

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