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How do I change baud rate to 9600 on Epson CX9400Fax?

I am using a Epson CX9400Fax with my VoIP phone. I have been able to send faxes, but I cannot receive faxes. I have changed all the settings as advised, except the baud rate. I cann't get Epson to advise: How do I change baud rate to 9600 on CX9400Fax?

If someone can help me, I would be very grateful! I have spent days trying to get an answer on this.

Thanks!

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  • lvg73 Jun 01, 2008

    I tried the manual and it is not in there. Thanks.

  • DonScott Jun 02, 2008

    I am having exact problem. Epson seems to ignore the question. I can't believe they ignored a baud rate change in their engineering in this day and age of digital phone lines and Voip? I have taken everystep there is.

    Don Scott

  • lvg73 Jun 02, 2008

    The answer is:

    It cannot be done!

    I finally called Epson and demanded an answer. They were trying to avoid the question again and I told them I didn't need to go through every thing with them again that I only needed an answer to this question. They finally told me that it cannot be done. It only works on their dot matrix. So, I am taking mine back to the store that I bought it and buying one that I can change the baud rate to 9600!

  • AZAVON Aug 31, 2008

    I need help! I can not receive my faxes! Any Idea's?

    Epson Stylus CX9400 Photo Printer

  • dr_evil_va May 11, 2010

    dvdpl's solution works SUPERBLY! Thank you so much, it saved us money and time. God Bless you.

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Here's a good place to start..see the user manual at the bottom of this page

Posted on Jun 01, 2008

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    Patrick Michaels Jun 02, 2008

    ahh..well..that's too bad. hope you get a good one then...

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This fax speed is 33.6 or 33600
You can change settings to 14.4 or 14400 but not to 9.6 or 9600.
Under: Fax Settings you have this choices:
Speed Dial Setup
Scan and print setup
Communication
Header and time

Under Communication:
DRD
ECM - error correction put this one: off
V.34 - this one is for speed: on - 34400; off - 14400

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

  • dvdpl Aug 19, 2008

    I found error in my info it should be:


    1. Press Setup.
    2. Select Fax Settings, then press OK.
    3. Select Communication, then press OK.
    4. Adjust any of the following settings:



    V.34 On (default) - Indicates the speed at which you transmit faxes.
    On is 33.6 Kbps and Off 14.4 Kbps.



    More info:



    ECM On (default) - Indicates whether you use Error Correction Mode to automatically request retransmission of fax data that is received with detected errors.

    DRD All (default) - This feature can be used with a Distinctive Ring Service (Detection)provided by your phone company. With this service, you can have two or more phone numbers assigned to the same line, with each number given a distinctive ring. For example, if you have a phone number for personal calls that's set to ring normally (with a single ring) and a fax number set for a double ring, select Double as the DRD setting. Then the fax system picks up only those calls with a double ring.

    Rings to Answer - Indicates the number of rings that must occur before the CX9400Fax Series automatically receives a fax. You may want to change this setting if you have connected a telephone or answering machine.

    Dial Tone Detection - When this setting is on, the CX9400Fax Series dials automatically when it detects a dial tone. It may not be able to detect a dial tone when connected to a PBX (Private Branch Exchange) or TA (Terminal Adapter) system. In that case, turn this setting off.



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