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Continuous Fast Busy Signal

I have a Panasonic Panafax UF-6000 that will not send or receive. There is a continuous busy signal. The telephone line works, because it has been successfully used to connect to remote locations and an analog telephone was connected (incoming/outgoing call successful). Checked the manual Hi & Low for clearing the memory and no instructions are available. Help!

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Your modem/fax board is most likely bad. there is a relay on that board that has probably failed. It is stuck. I doubt it can be made to work. those are really small relays on those boards.

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That codes says:

"Redial count over with no response
or busy tone was not detected.
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The number you're dialing was first busy. When it went to redial, it detected no phone signal on the other end. If it happens to only 1 or 2 customers, then it's something to do with their lines and you can't fix that.
If it happens often, then get your phone lines checked out by your phone company, make sure your fax is not sharing the line with another other device and make sure it is not a digital line.
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