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Do I need to dial 9 before dialing out?

This is pretty simple, but I can't find the answer anywhere online. When dialing out do I need to dial 9 first? I have tried it both ways and am getting a "no answer" message. The numbers I am trying to send to are working numbers. Thanks

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If you plug a standard phone into the line can you dial the number you want?

Do you have the line plugged into the socket marked "L" or the one with a "phone" symbol?

The "L" is line in and should go to the wall socket, the "phone" is so you can plug a phone into the fax and share the line.

Also this note is in the user guide, it may be important

NOTE Use only the fax cord that came with the all-in-one.

For more information about faxing, see the online User Guide.

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