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Service was connected on Saturday 10/11, telephone rings in your ear when phone number is dialed, telephone not ringing inside the home.

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If the caller hears ringing after dialing the home but the not ring inside home. That means the number is active but the wiring inside home is faulty/ not properly connected. A phone rings /or works of a basic system. Two wires usually red/green as primary. If either one is broken or improperly connected the phone inside will not ring. That doesn't indicate a short. If it was a short the caller would not hear ringing at all. So the first thing you must do is the track the cause. Make sure home phone is plugged securely into phonejack. Still no dial tone check all other jacks inside home. If still no dial tone. Contact your service provider. They will need to send a technician to check the Demarcation point. Which simply means the connection point where the service provider wires , meets the customers house wires. They just need to verify this connection

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