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Connection of Canon Multipass C3500 to Juno DSL phone line.

I started using Juno DSL recently, and connected C3500 to the wall phone
jack as instructed and set it to FAX/TEL mode to receive fax. When I receive a phone, it also rings C3500 and I cannot talk. How can I solve this
and use phone or receive fax? DSL works fine. I connected C3500 to LINE
of my PC. My PC has Windows WP. Appreciate your help.
Mac Isomine

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  • mac_iso Aug 08, 2008

    I will post again, as I wonder if you got my message. I read the

    instruction book thoroughly as I have been using this C3500

    over 8 years. It doesn't tell me how to use it when DSL is

    used. There must be some reason that I cannot use it as a

    fax machine. Please find out and let me know.

    Mac

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Read the instructions again again...u probably got it set up wrong..

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