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Might be silly question but is it setup to auto transmit and receive? And have you tried to operate it manually? + take out the inline filter fax machines operate on volume'db' to soft and it can't hear, to loud and it can distort sound.
MagicJack does not work with all fax machines. If you can find it you must turn off ECM or error correction mode. Also select the slowest transmission speed possible. If you have the manual for it you should be able to find the settings in there.
1)Disconnect the power cord from the rear of the HP Fax machine. 2)Verify that the phone cable is fully inserted into the fax machine. If your model has a removable
Line Interface Unit
(LIU) where the phone line plugs into, verify that it is securely snapped in place. 3)If the HP Fax model belongs to the
HP Officejet R80 Series
, verify that the cable which goes from the
Automatic Document Feeder
assembly to the rear of the HP All-in-One base is connected.
4)Reconnect the power cord.After the fax reinitializes and it is ready, try to send and receive faxes again.
Try calling your fax machine from a cell phone. If the fax doesen't answer, or if the line is busy, the phone line may be bad. Also check that the phone line to the fax is plugged into the receptical marked LINE, not PHONE. The PHONE receptical is to connect a telephone to the fax machine. If it still does not answer, try going into the fax menu and go to RECEIVE settngs. Try changing each setting, then call the fax with the cell to see if it answers. Write down each setting before you change it, so you can set it back if changing it does not solve the problem.