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Transform the fax from pulse to tone

Hello I want to transform my fax from pulse to tone because it's making me problems when dialing. Thanks and regards. Layal

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  • Layal Hage Mar 28, 2007

    The model is : PANAFAX - UF550

  • Layal Hage Mar 29, 2007

    I solved the problem.
    Actually i enterred to the parameters (Set parameters) and i fixed it.

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ALTERNATIVELY FOR IMMEDIATE SOLUTION DIAL FIRST STAR(*) BUTTON AND DIAL . HAPPY FAXING OMNIPRESENT

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