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Weird..Cound't dial out

The phone works perfect at all my friends' house but once connected to any of my home's telephone jack, it could only receive calls but cound't dial out. Right after I key in the first 3 digits of area codes (905) or (416) the call couldn't get thur but instead...PLEASE CHECK YOUR NUMBER AND DIAL AGAIN Blah Blah .... Appreciate if you could help me out....thanks very much....Stephen

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  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2008

    My problem is similar. When I try to dial-out, I receive an operator intercept after hitting the third key. "The message says that the number cannot be reached as dialed... call your operator." I have the Flash rate set at the default rate (600ms), but don't know if that is the issue.

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THERE IS A BLOCKING FEATURE IN THE MANUAL ON PHONES ON THE SAME LINE ,FIND IT READ IT MAYBE THIS WILL HELP

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Items you will need-
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COMPLETE THESE DIRECTIONS EXACTLY AND IN ORDER OTHERWISE DAMAGE COULD RESULT TO YOUR VOIP MODEM.
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Once you have the access door open there are two types of commonly used connections.

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2) The second style is very similar to the first but the area where the screw terminals are has a plastic rectangular bar about 2 inches long and 1 inch wide with telephone lines attached to it (often times Red and Green or Blue and White/Blue). If you have this style of connection push the side of the bar closest to the center of the box and then pull outwards and to the right this should expose the "Test Jack". Once the bar has been extended twist it 1/4 turn counterclockwise to remove it from its mounting bar. Use caution not to disconnect the phone wires attached to the bar.

Almost there and now the hardest part should be done.

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Connect the new phone cord to the same outlet that the phone was connected to on the VOIP modem and then connect the other end to the home phone jack.

If you still want to connect a phone to the jack you are connecting to here then a simple telephone line splitter plugged into the jack will fix that.

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Have you paid the phone bill? Are you supposed to have phone service?

Providing that you have a contract with the phone company and it's paid up, take a hardwire telephone out to the grey junction box on the outside of the house. Open the junction box and plug your phone into one of the two phone jacks inside, Try the phone. If you get no dial tone, try the other phone jack.

If you get no dial tone from either phone jack, borrow a hardwire telephone from a neighbor and try both jacks again with the borrowed telephone.

If no dial tone with your phone or your neighbor's phone, then the problem is on the phone company's side of that junction box.

If your neighbor's phone works but yours doesn't, the problem is your phones - lightening strike, maybe?

If your phone works in the junction box but not inside the house, then the wiring from the junction box to your house jacks has a bad connection somewhere. Someone - you or someone else - will have the arduous task of tracking down where that bad connection is.

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Try both phone on other jacks with that line, if available. If the phones work on other jacks but not on the first one, open up the faceplate and check for loose wires. Most either use screws to hold the wires or have keystones with punch downs. If you have the screw type, strip the wire strand if needed and resecure the wire. http://www.lanshack.com/wire_phone_jack.aspx has the diagram of the wiring. The keystone punchdown tool is available at stores like Lowes and Home Depot, among others - in the section for wiring a new home.

Try then on another line, if possible. If the phones work here, then it is a general wiring issue on the other line.

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