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Fax was set for two line use, now is using only one - how do we change the settings?

We had this fax set up with L1 and L2 (one for send and one for recieve. Now we are using it on one line only (for both). I tried putting in a splitter and connecting the one line to both jacks - in this case we can send but not receive. Connected just to L1 we can receive but not send. How can we reset this to recognize the one line for both sending adn receiving? Thanks!!

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  • EKLEIN Aug 09, 2007

    i actually found the solution in a manual I found on-line - it was to change the dual line setting to make L1 for both TX and receive. Thanks!

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    Is there a setting for sending and receiving?

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This is an older discontiued model as I can recall. Simply just plug the phone line into L1 and leave L2 unconnected. The one that can send will also automatically recieve (L1). L2 settings are prohibit TX and send/ recieve.

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                                  Dave in tech support
                                  [email protected]
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