From previous experience it is a compatability problem stemming from propritary transmission modes. Not sure what model Lanier fax is but they can disable some optional transmission modes first. Otherwise if this person is important you can tell that person to force transmit to you at 9600bps.
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press function and then recieve mode,keep pressing recieve mode till u get to fax only!Or press function and data registration,press set!Go to rx settings with the arrow down and press et!Go to rx mode and press set!Use the arrows to get fax only mode!!Good luck!
It seems that the protocol is failing. Just check, by printing a receive report. If there are errors it is after the check frame. If no errors, it is failing before the check frame. In either case, 1st aid is to listen using a handset for noise or static on the line. If the line is clear, then you will have to call service to change the tx/rx attenuation.