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Telephone callers get fax sound even when fax is in manual

Sometimes telephone callers get the fax sound even when the fax is set for manual reception - It is a shared line.

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  • John K May 22, 2008

    Sometimes during calls the caller gets cut off and the fax goes into recieve mode. This can happen at the start of a call or happen after the call has been going for 5 or 10 mins.

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Sounds as though you are answer ing a phone that is not connected to the unit and you have the Man/Auto switch set to on. Press Function then Data Registration press Set using the > scroll to RX Settings press Set scroll to Man/Auto Switch make sure it is turned to Off.

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  • C4n0ntech Apr 22, 2008

    I accidentally said right arrow it is suppose to be the Down arrow

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I had the same problem using my Brother MFC 8460N fax on the same line as my regular telephone, which has an answering machine.

There was nothing wrong with my equipment. It was a set-up issue. I solved it as follows, and maybe this will be helpful to you:

Here's what I did, step by step:

1. Put your MFC and your telephone near each other, and within reach of a phone wall jack.

2. Go to the fax machine. Take the telephone line with the clip on the end of it that comes out of the fax machine. Put that into the telephone wall jack.

3. Go to the answering machine. Take its telephone line with the clip on the end of it and put that into the BACK OF THE FAX MACHINE. The port on the back of my fax machine says something like EXT TAD which means external telephone answering device.


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