User guide states I need a 2 copper phone jack connector. I need 50' cable (not available in 50" apparently). My closest phone jack is 37' from my cable and electric outlets where have all the equipment set-up. I have no where else in the house to set up. Wireless jacks are too slow, so I am told. Is there a way to make the four into a two, or can we fool the fax into working with a four copper connector?
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It means "Communication Error". The result might be twofold: - the fax didn't reach it's destination because of communications error (any kind) - the fax did reach it's destination, but part of it may be unreadable or distorted, or some pages of a multi-page fax did not go through. In many cases, what the device perceives as an erroneous transmission, is perfectly readable by a human. Therefore it's good to call the recipient and ask if the fax is readable and if all thepages were received.
If you are using upper tray to send the fax than kindly open the fax gently and clean the lens with some cotton and spirit and than try to send the fax you will get the best result. to open the fax unit gently refer the user manual or this open by lifting it up side and you can see the lens inside it so clean the same ok.
First, check your fax's phone line. Put a regular phone on it and check for dial tone and line noise. If the line is dead or noisy, this will cause a problem.
You can also try dialing your fax number from another phone and see if the fax unit picks up the line and starts initiating communication. (sounds like modem noises)
If you have a BT line and use the 1571 answering facility , when you have a message waiting the dialling tone changes from a constant tone to a split tone. This is to let you know that you have one or more messages waiting.
In order to get the dialling tone to revert to the constant tone you have to deal with the waiting messages in accordance with the options provided i.e Save, Listen Again or Delete. BT say the Split Tone is to let subscribers know when they have a message waiting. This should resolve the Fax problem.