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Hello The fax has a phone port labelled 2-EXT. Connect a phone cable to the 2-EXT port on the end, and then the answering machine on the other end. No setup the answering machine to answer the call after 4 rings, and setup the printer to answer after 6 rings, and make sure Auto Answer is turned ON on the printer. good luck, and do rate the solution if got help
The best way to clean a machine like this out is to actually run a full empty brew of a half water half vinegar solution. This will completely clean out the lines inside the machine and freshen everything up quite a bit. After you run the full empty brew of the solution make sure you run at least 2, maybe 3 full brews of just water on the unit. This will ensure that all vinegar is flushed out of the system, and will help clean it as well. Of course the vinegar won't hurt you if it isn't flushed all the way out, just makes it taste quite funky. But 2 flushes with plain water is almost always enough to completely clean it.
Of course when I say an empty brew, don't put any grounds or coffee filter in the machine, just run the water and vinegar through the machine as if you are brewing a full put of coffee. Please make sure you rate my answer 4 thumbs up, it is extremely important to me. I would be forever grateful if you could do so. If you need more help on this question please just respond to my answer here and I will get right back to you.
I can get you there, but you have to do some programming.
A Panasonic TD-1232 starts its life with 16 analog and 16 digital ports. On the back of your digital phone is a modular jack called an XDP If you plug in a single line device and dial 390 from the digital set, and it's programmed, you will split the extensions to whatever your number is and 100 more than your number (by default). So, if you're 110, the XDP analog port is 210.
Once you get that far, it's a (fairly) simple matter to go into programming and make 10-2 (the second port for your hardware) ring on any and all lines you choose.
I hope this is a good start, as full programming is beyond the scope of a free forum.