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Our fax machine will not turn on.

Our fax machine keeps making this popping sound,like someone is hitting the speaker and the machine will not turn on. I have tried replacing the cords, moving them to another telephone line but have had no luck, is there anything else i can try or should be doing?

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Dear sir there is some problem in the power supply board of your fax machine

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