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CalljaniceHelio
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How do I get my fax number?

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I'm trying to set up Fax Wizard on my new laptop for hp office jet Pro 8615 and don't know how to identify my fax number.

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sabretooth04
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Your fax number is your home phone number if you are using that.  Otherwise you will have to get a separate phone line installed with a new fax number.

 

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How are the cables set up between the printer and phone line to make sure I receive faxes?

 

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