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Canon Fax B160 sending fax troubles

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We have in the workshop a Canon Fax B160 which works properly for receiving documents but it cannot send any. The fax scans normally a document for emission but at the end a report is printed saying "sending incomplete".
May you have some suggestions for this problem?
Thanks.

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The fax transmission speed was set to 14400, we have solved the problem by putting down transmission speed to 4800 and now emission works without troubles.

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