That depends on the make and model fo the machien.
"RX" means "receive" (similarly, "TX" means "transmit"). These are engineering terms, but many equipment vendors use these terms in places where there isn't room to write out the word.
If you mean who invented the fax machine,well its Alexander Bain a Scottish Mechanic. It was in the year 1843 he received a patent for his fax machine.
It means that the fax machine on the other end rang but did not pick up the phone call.
Dedicated fax machine is the main fax machine that can be configured to where the fax will be receive and support extension fax machine.
it depends on your fax machine. Each error code is different for each manufacturer. On a Toshiba fax machines and related technology, it means that your machine encountered a busy signal when trying to dial to send the fax.
a answer machine is to keep answers on there and its for when u dont answer the phone and a fax machine is for your fax
Yes, a paperless fax machine will receive the fax digitally instead of just immediately printing it out.
It means the fax machine needs paper to print onto. Add some paper to the part of the machine, and it should function again.
Fax machine is the machine that send and receive fax, while fax modem is the gateway where the fax info passes each transaction.
You use a fax machine! You use a fax machine!