Question about Canon FaxPhone L75 Plain Paper Laser
My L75 quit working when I switch my phone line to a digital one through internet.
Then I hooked it to another line that carries my DSL. It started working intermittently and when it does, it’s extremely slow. I wonder if it’s a compatibility issue or the machine itself became damaged after hooking it with the digital line first time.
Fax machines are ANALOG devices designed to work with POTS (plain old telephone system).
Sometimes you can get away with a fax or two w/digital lines, but the machine will be very unreliable.
I don't think there is any damage as the machines have voltage limiter circuits built in. [except for lightning]
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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Must have DSL filter attached before fax, not sure how you are saying you have it setup, but phone line should come from wall then to filter then to fax socket marked line, phone should be hooked to socket on fax marked EXT, if you dont have dedicated fax line then fax number will be same as phone no.
If you have Adsl then there will be a lead from wall that splits into two, one goes to your modem (ADSL) and the other marke phone or line needs to go to fax socket marked LINE
Oct 21, 2007 | Fax Machines
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