Question about Canon FAX-JX200
Am trying to use the fax but it won't let me as it constatnly says "line in use". It is plugged into the "L" socket! please help!
The line coming from the wall is plugged directly into the "L" socket (without anything in between)? Is anything plugged into the other (extension phone) socket? Usually, this message only appears if a "live" device is plugged into the extension phone socket. For instance, if you have an answering machine plugged into both a wall socket and the extension phone socket on the JX200.
I just looked at the "Easy Setup Instructions" posted on Canon's web site, and in Step 3, the words are correct, but the diagram in the square box is backward. Let me know if you are still having problems.
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
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The phone line to begin with, can you get a dial tone when you press speaker button? Is it clear? if no dial tone then, Is the phone line from the wall plug into the correct socket of the fax machine ? (it goes into the one marked line, not the ext one).....
next trick would be to plug in a normal phone to wall socket to insure we have dial tone and eliminate it being a telstra fault,
Could also be wise to check filter is installed on that line if we have recently installed ADSL Broadband.
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