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Why does your fax machine interrupt your dsl internet connection?

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Answered 2010-04-13 05:34:26

It is because you are using 1 line. Shared line of phone and fax. Fax should have a different phone. or you can use splitter.

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Fax machines interrupt your internet signal if they use the same phone line your dial-up line. If you have a second phone line, you can hook the fax up to that. If you have DSL, Cable or FIOS internet - there should be no interruptions.

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