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0009: Error during TX message

I am receiving faxes, but cannot get them out . . . when I fax out it will not go through and gives a 0091 error during tx message. The other side hears that we are trying to fax them, but it does not complete the fax.

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  • stonewarm Nov 04, 2008

    I have the same prob.

  • bond7530 Nov 20, 2008

    Same exact issue, I cannot send or receive any faxes, all the sounds are made, the receiver can hear the call coming in, he receives a message first saying receiving fax and then he receives a message saying disconnected. On my end, nothing happens and then I receive the "0091 ERROR DURING TX"

  • ppia Nov 20, 2008

    I'm having the same problem with a Canon MF4150.

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    I can't send faxes but I can receive them.

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Guys,
I got the same problems and then I contacted our PSTN provider and they configured the route. Now it is working fine!

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