1 Fax Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Updated: January 7, 2016 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)...1 Fax Problems Troubleshooting Checklist...2 Introduction... 2 I used to get my fax report without difficulty. Why can't I get it now?... 2 Step 1: Initial Fax Troubleshooting Questions Is someone coming in early and taking the fax and putting it somewhere? Is the fax machine on? Do you have paper loaded? Are the ink cartridge(s) running low or empty? Is our report stuck in memory? Does the machine require you to hit a print button? Did your area code change? Is your fax number still active? Have the settings on your fax machine been changed recently by someone in your office, or office equipment repair staff? Is your fax line shared with a telephone line? If the fax line is shared with a telephone line, is call waiting, voice mail, an answering machine, or other telephone services being used on this shared line? Do you have Caller ID on your fax line, or enabled on your fax machine? Is your fax line shared with a computer, or are your faxes received through a computer network first then routed to your fax? Do you have a new fax machine? Is there a fax broadcast going out at night at the same time we are broadcasting? Are you having problems with the phone lines? Has the phone company been doing work on the phone lines inside or outside of your building?... 3 Step 2: Can Random Lengths do any testing with me to determine the problem?... 3 Random Lengths can review the fax transmission logs... 3 Random Lengths fax service provider can test their service and your fax machine with your cooperation... 3 Step 3: Detailed Fax Troubleshooting Checklist... 4 Run a fax diagnostic test or print a fax test report for your fax machine... 4 Remove any other devices... 4 Use the HP Fax Test Service... 4 Test the telephone line... 5 Contact your telephone service provider... 5 Change the fax settings... 6 Check VoIP digital telephone line... 6 Step 4: Evaluate Fax line quality... 6 What is line quality?... 6 Why does line quality cause a problem for fax transmissions?... 6 What can cause line quality issues?... 7 Tips and Tricks...8 My fax copy wasn't on my machine when I arrived. What do I do?... 8
2 Introduction Fax Problems Troubleshooting Checklist Random Lengths understands that not receiving your fax transmission in a timely manner can be frustrating, especially when it appears nothing has changed. If there is an ongoing problem, we are committed to working with you to determine what the solution may be. This includes reviewing our broadcast logs, communicating with our fax broadcast provider and arranging for them to perform a series of diagnostic tests with you, and suggesting ways to test your own fax machine and fax line quality to see if these may be contributing to the problem. I used to get my fax report without difficulty. Why can't I get it now? Step 1: Initial Fax Troubleshooting Questions These are troubleshooting questions that might help determine what is happening. They are based on the most common solutions we find for a majority of our subscriber s fax problems: 1. Is someone coming in early and taking the fax and putting it somewhere? 2. Is the fax machine on? Do you have paper loaded? Are the ink cartridge(s) running low or empty? 3. Is our report stuck in memory? Does the machine require you to hit a print button? 4. Did your area code change? Is your fax number still active? You can dial your fax number that you expect to be working correctly from a phone, to test and make sure you hear the high pitched fax tone. If you are having problems receiving a report that is transmitted at night, you may wish to try dialing the number in the evening and see if you can hear the fax tone then. If you cannot hear the fax tone in the evening, then your fax machine is offline for some reason. If you cannot dial your machine and hear the tone, then our fax service will not be able to connect. 5. Have the settings on your fax machine been changed recently by someone in your office, or office equipment repair staff? 6. Is your fax line shared with a telephone line? Other users of the phone system may be interrupting the fax transmission when they make or receive a call. 7. If the fax line is shared with a telephone line, is call waiting, voice mail, an answering machine, or other telephone services being used on this shared line? Some telephone service may result in the fax broadcasts disconnecting or being unable to connect. Voice mail, call blocking, or other call privacy services provided by the telephone company might also prevent the fax machine from receiving a fax. If the line is shared with a telephone line, it is also possible that another person is using that telephone line during transmissions and interfering with the broadcast. 8. Do you have Caller ID on your fax line, or enabled on your fax machine? This may result in the fax transmission being blocked completely before it even reaches your machine. page 2 of 8
3 9. Is your fax line shared with a computer, or are your faxes received through a computer network first then routed to your fax? If faxes are received through your computer network or computer, and you have server maintenance (backups, virus protection software updates) running when our reports are transmitted, this might create a conflict. With Lumber and Midweek, the transmissions are in the evening, and these are often times when a company s computer services department may setup scheduled maintenance. 10. Do you have a new fax machine? Have you reviewed the options in the manual to make sure they are all properly set? 11. Is there a fax broadcast going out at night at the same time we are broadcasting? Some companies will transmit automated broadcasts (price lists, marketing faxes) at the same time we are sending the reports out, and this will cause the line to show as busy, and keep us from being able to transmit the reports to you. 12. Are you having problems with the phone lines? Has the phone company been doing work on the phone lines inside or outside of your building? Fax line quality, both from the main connection out in the street to the building, and inside the building, can greatly affect fax connection speeds. It is a very common issue in fax transmission problems. If the speed (or baud rate) of your fax machine drops due to noise and interference in the telephone lines, the fax service will drop lower as well to try to match the speed of your fax machine. Below minimum connection speeds (around 2,400 baud), communications hardware may assume that the device it is trying to connect to is not actually another fax machine, and will disconnect. Step 2: Can Random Lengths do any testing with me to determine the problem? Yes, if you call Random Lengths and let us know you are having issues. We will first use the troubleshooting list above to try and see if there are any simple solutions to your problem. Random Lengths can review the fax transmission logs Next, we can review our log files to find clues about what may be effecting your transmission. Our fax transmission service sends us reports for every fax number in the broadcast, including how many times they had to retry, the error message reported for each retry, and your fax machine speed when the fax was successful. If the fax machine speed (baud rate) for your fax changes radically between reports, and/or the transmission log shows multiple retries with failures before succeeding at a low baud rate, this may indicate fax line quality issues. If the baud rate drops due to poor line quality it may disconnect during a transmission. A low baud rate can result in slow transmission times even when the fax is successful. As an example, normal baud rates are 28,800 baud, or 28.8K. If your fax is receiving at 2,400 baud, or 2.4K, you will likely experience multiple retries and failures, and slow transmission times if a connection is established. Random Lengths fax service provider can test their service and your fax machine with your cooperation If we can't determine what the problem is by troubleshooting with the list above, and checking the broadcast logs, we can have our fax transmission service contact you directly to run a series of tests to see if they can identify what the issue may be. page 3 of 8
4 This series of test faxes can check the fax connection speed. This will also allow them to see if there is something specific in the broadcast that is triggering problems, and if the connection speed at your fax is too slow to accept a connection from their broadcast service. Step 3: Detailed Fax Troubleshooting Checklist If the initial fax troubleshooting questions above didn t identify or solve your problem, this is a detailed checklist of tests you can perform to check and see if line quality or other problems are an issue. The results may provide important information to help establish what the likely cause of the problems may be. Run a fax diagnostic test or print a fax test report for your fax machine Some fax machines can perform a fax diagnostic test to rule out what could be causing problems, and identify possible issues that may be effecting your fax transmissions. It will then print out a fax test report. Check the operating manual for your fax machine to find out how to run a diagnostic test and/or print a fax test report. Review the results of your testing and note any failed items. Then use the operating manual instructions or your fax manufacturer s online help to follow the procedures for the solution that you need. There is no need to perform every solution. Perform only the solutions for the failed items in the Fax Test Report. The fax machine may test all or some of the following possible problems: Fax Hardware test; Fax Connected to Active Telephone Wall Jack test; Phone Cord Connected to Correct Port on Fax test; Using Correct Type of Phone Cord with Fax test; Dial Tone Detection test ; and Fax Line Condition test Remove any other devices Remove any other devices from the telephone line 1. If any other devices, such as an extension telephone, a telephone answering machine, or a dial-up computer modem, are connected to the telephone line, remove each device. Other devices that share the fax line can reduce the signal strength. NOTE: Remove each device even if the device is in another room connected to another telephone jack or connected using a line splitter. 2. If a line splitter or any other device is plugged in between the product and the wall jack, remove it. Connect the product directly to the wall jack. 3. Run the fax diagnostic test or fax test report again, or use the HP Fax Test Service (see below) to try to send and receive a fax. Remove any other devices and appliances from shared power strips If you have any other devices, such as fans, radios, printers, computers, or any other appliances plugged into the same power strip as the one being used by the fax machine, disconnect all other devices so only the fax machine is plugged into that power strip. Use the HP Fax Test Service HP has a Fax Test Service number to test HP fax products. The instructions from HP are below: This is available in the U.S. only. The telephone number for this service is HPFaxme ( ). The fax service receives faxes and returns faxes within 5 to 7 minutes to the number contained in the fax header. page 4 of 8
5 1. Make sure that the fax header contains the full 10-digit telephone number of your fax product, including the area code. (To modify the header, see your operating instructions, or select the Setup button on the product control panel to check and see if Fax Header can be set from there). 2. Dial HPFaxme ( ) and send a one-page black and white fax to the HP Fax Test Service. NOTE: Make sure that your telephone number is not blocked by Caller ID. Voice mail, call blocking, or other call privacy services provided by the telephone company might also prevent the fax machine from receiving a fax. 3. If a return fax arrives within 5 to 7 minutes, the HP fax product is sending and receiving and you are done with this document and do not need to proceed. If a return fax does not arrive, there might be a problem with the setup of the HP fax product. Test the telephone line Obtain an ordinary single-line telephone to use to test the telephone line. 1. Disconnect the telephone cord from the back of the fax product. 2. Make sure that the telephone cord has only two wires on the end and then connect it to the single-line telephone. Figure 1: Two-wire telephone cord 3. Pick up the handset of the telephone and check for a dial tone. If there is a dial tone, continue to the next step. If there is no dial tone, contact the telephone service provider. 4. On the single-line telephone, dial the fax number of another (receiving) fax machine. If the receiving fax machine answers the call, continue with the next step. If the receiving fax machine does not answer the call, contact the telephone service provider. 5. Hang up the single-line telephone. 6. Use a second telephone line or a cellular telephone to call the telephone number assigned to the fax product. If the single-line telephone rings and can be answered, continue to "Change the fax settings." If the single-line telephone does not ring, replace the telephone cable with a new two-wire telephone cord and then call that telephone number again. If the single-line telephone still does not ring, contact the telephone service provider. Contact your telephone service provider If you are having intermittent problems, and Random Lengths can see that the baud rate for your connection drops to minimum levels when you are having transmissions problems, or you have a very slow transmission, line quality may be the problem (see the line quality section that follows for more details) Your phone company can test from the main trunk line to the house and report if they see a problem. They will often do this remotely from their office, and generally do not charge a fee. If you do this, it s important that they know that you're using the line for data as well as voice, and that the line has a fax connected to it that is having problems receiving transmissions. page 5 of 8
6 If the external line to the house has satisfactory performance, you may need to arrange for an inspection of the wires and line quality inside your home, and from the wall jack to the fax machine where you are receiving your transmission. This often requires a service call for a fee, depending on your phone service provider and plan. Change the fax settings You may want to check your fax user manual if you would like to make these changes to see if they help. Baud rate: Slow down the transmission speed. Set the BAUD rate of the fax machine to 9600 bps or even lower (7200 bps would be the next lower setting). Error Correction Mode (ECM): Turn off or disable ECM (error correction mode), a setting, usually defaulted on, that many fax machines have. Number of rings to answer: 1 or 2 (At least one more ring than a telephone answering machine, if an answering machine is connected.) Check VoIP digital telephone line Using a VoIP telephone service can cause faxing to fail because fax transmissions are sensitive to the timing of the signals used to transmit the fax. If using a VoIP digital line is necessary, lowering the Fax Speed Adjustment or other similar setting might improve the ability to send a fax over a VoIP telephone line. Step 4: Evaluate Fax line quality If you have checked a variety of other problems, it is possible that the line quality of the fax line is effecting your ability to maintain a strong enough connection to complete a fax transmission. There are many issues that can effect line quality, so it s important to understand what exactly this means. What is line quality? Almost everyone has experienced a phone call where the line quality is bad. It has snapped, crackled, popped, faded in and out, or simply dropped out completely and disconnected. Fax communications are handled through these same phone lines, and bad line quality can also affect the fax transmission speed, and ability to connect or complete a transmission, even though you cannot hear the disturbances. A problem with communications to your fax machine due to line quality has nothing to do with the quality of the fax machine itself. Why does line quality cause a problem for fax transmissions? Fax protocols were written with the intent of sending those signals over traditional phone circuits using sounds. Those sounds were turned back into data by the receiving fax machine, which expects a constant, steady transmission of data, without any loss. If there is some loss of data the receiving fax machine will shut down the transmission. Here s how it works. A built-in high-speed digital modem in the fax machine (or fax service transmitting a broadcast) automatically selects the highest modem speed (28,800 2,400 baud) common to both fax units, to try to handshake with the other fax and establish a connection. If the telephone-line quality is not good enough for this transmission speed, a lower speed is negotiated during initialization. Can you connect now? No? The transmitting fax then tries a lower baud rate. Can you connect now? No? The transmitting fax will move down to an even lower baud rate and try again. If line quality is particularly bad, the transmission speed may go below the minimal acceptable standards. When this happens, the fax trying to connect says, Oh, well, I thought you were a modem but I guess you page 6 of 8
7 aren t! and disconnects. The transmission will then fail, and be submitted to retry during the next scheduled time frame. One of the symptoms of line quality being an issue in transmission problems is that it is sporadic, and not persistent. It seems often seems to come and go, and can't be recreated reliably through any particular series of events. This is because the success of the transmission is dependent on a variety of environmental causes effecting line quality that one or both parties may not be able to control. What can cause line quality issues? What causes problems with line quality is resistance in the line. There are many factors between our transmission provider and your fax machine that could create issues with line quality. Road construction or other disruptions in the street near the main trunk line that connects to your location. A bad Y connection if one is being used for a phone/fax switch. Any Y connection, splitter, or other device will increase resistance on the line, and reduce line quality. The connection is shared with another piece of equipment, such as a computer, that is causing line noise disrupting the fax. The telephone wire connected to the fax is bad. Make sure the phone cable running between your fax and the wall jack is in good condition and made of high quality materials. If you can get a shielded line or a line with a "level" rating you'll be in good shape. The jack used in the wall may have wiring problems, or be bad. Connections may not be correctly established; the wire may not be inserted all the way into the jack, or the jack has a mechanical issue that keeps the wire from getting a complete connection. A power surge can also damage a phone jack. Try plugging your fax product into another phone jack and see if this helps. Make sure the phone cord plugged into the jack is straight, in good condition and no more than 12 feet (3.7 meters) long. The farther the data has to travel, the more likely it is to encounter problems along the way. If the connection between the wall jack and the fax machine is a long distance apart, or more than one wire are connected together to create a longer distance, this could be the problem. You can try a shorter wire. Problems inside the wall of the building affecting the telephone wires (mice chewing, remodeling partially disconnecting wires inside the wall, etc.) Electrical interference from power lines, radio or television transmitters, and other electronic devices. If you have a DSL device, phone and communication lines are shared, and there should be a line filter that is in place on every line. This line filter, which should appear at the wall outlet for noncomputer devices sharing a DSL phone line, may increase noise on the line. Make sure you have a good quality DSL line filter on every phone and fax machine, as well as any other device at your location that shares the connection. Sometimes the DSL line filters provided by your Internet service provider aren't effective. You can buy better DSL phone filters for wall phones and other appliances at an electronics store for as little as $5; ask the salesperson for a recommendation. Check that the cord is at least 2 feet (0.6 meters) away from other power cords, speaker wires, and other electronics, and remove all other devices from the phone line. Make sure the phone cable doesn't run close to electrical appliances such as backup power supplies, fans, air conditioners, surge protectors, etc. if possible. This can increase noise and effect line quality. A radio transmitter may be the source of the noise. You could try a filter to help reduce interference. page 7 of 8
8 Bad weather near where a trunk line is that s affecting phone service. Precipitation can leak into phone lines and cause disruptions. Lightning, even at a distance, can damage the connection. Tips and Tricks My fax copy wasn't on my machine when I arrived. What do I do? The following steps will help you: Check your fax machine and make sure you have paper in your machine, check your toner, and check to see if you have a dial tone. Dial your fax machine from your phone and see if you get the high-pitched tone. Has your area code changed, or has someone been working on your phone lines? We do try the "unsuccessfuls" three times during the morning. The first retry is at 5:00 am Pacific time The second retry is at 6:00 am Pacific Time The third try is at 7:00 am Pacific time. Then, at 8:00 am Pacific Time when we arrive at the office, we retry the "unsuccessfuls" one more time. If everything looks good from your end, give us a call and we will do some tracing. page 8 of 8
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