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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
unplug everthing from all jacks in the house. call your # a couple of times. if the line rings, plug everything in 1 at a time, but call again after each hook up. if the line goes dead or is busy, that phone you just plugged in is the problem. [ a short in the phone, computer, answer machine, or any piece of equipment plugged into the phone line.] if the line is busy when everything is unplugged, call your phone company. there maybe a problem with your inside wire.there also maybe a box [called a nid] inside your basment/garage or on the side of your house, where you can plug your phone directly in, bypassing all the jacks in your house
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Posted on Feb 13, 2008
First of all, UNPLUG one of the PITS phones. A 61610 only allows you to use one system phone per jack. The damage is probably not permanent, but I'd look at how you wired those jacks together. The voltage on each pair of a jack can be measured; it's 24 volts DC for the center pair (red/green) and about 13 volts for the data pair (black/yellow) and nothing between the voice and data pairs.
I'm guessing that you may have crossed or shorted one of the wires.
The power of a station is in an odd/even arrangement. Go back to the cabinet and uplug the two extensions that feed your jacks and its mate and test from there. If they both work, you're good to go, if not....16 minus 10 equals 6 :-)
You might find that if the ports are damaged, you can still use them for single line sets. Look at it this way, you had about 20 years of flawless operation.
You can use call pickup to share two phones in a room, 40 is all pickup, 43 answers the page, and 4+the extension number IIRC picks up a specific ringing phone.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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Posted on Feb 12, 2009
You have the wrong adapter probably. Most common types are single line splitters and will not work like you want. They only split line one and 2 gets blocked out as they only have 2 copper connector on the plug centered to get line 1 only. If you want to use an adapter you will need a 2 line splitter like this one:http://www.trianglecables.com/tellinsplitl.html
A simpler solution is to plug your fax into your phone. On top of your phone are multiple jacks labeled L1/L2, L2 only or L2/data. Plug your phone into the wall using the L1/L2 jack then plug your fax into the L2 jack and this will work fine and still allow you use of line 2 on your phone. If you don't want to hear the ring then set your fax machine to auto answer. Hope this helps you.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
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