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Canon FaxPhone L 80 Busy

When we test our fax machine, the first fax will go thru, but when sending a 2nd fax we get a busy. Is there anyway to change this so that if more than one customer is faxing to us, the faxes will all come thru?

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1-you must confirm that your phone line is clean and stable-and this is easy by test the phone line with another good fax if the problem exist.sure your phone line is bad and you connect with the phone company to get help.if the problem goen your fax is guilty.first try to opposite the phone wire from the outlet and change the phone connection with new one.if all above does not work you must send it to nearest workshop.

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