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I have no dial tone on one line. call my number and it rings

I have a panasonic kx-tga270s, i have no dial tone on both lines on this phone and on my other phone (a panasonic phone system) i have a dial tone on the other line.

when you call my phone it just rings and rings

when i pick up the cordless phone the privacy goes on. there is also an icon on the phone that looks like a clock

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    i am unable to make or receive calls but line one works

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IT IS DUE TO NETWORK FAILURE OF THAT LINE

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Depending on your model system, it may or may not be possible. I included the two different methods to change the ring tone below depending on your system. Give it a try.

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Press PROGRAM
Program Press the CO Line key you wish to change
Press the same key again, enter the tone number (01 through 30)
img%20right%20hand.gif You will hear the tone associated with the tone type number. For example, if you press 02, you will hear the tone associated with tone type 22. Press each number (01-30) until you hear the tone you desire.
Press STORE
img%20right%20hand.gif The tone is now stored for that line on that phone only.
Press PROGRAM 99 (or PAUSE 99 if you do not have a PROGRAM button
Press the CO Line key you wish to change
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img%20right%20hand.gif You will hear the tone associated with the tone type number. For example, if you press 2, you will hear the tone associated with tone type 2. Press each number (1-8) until you hear the tone you desire.
Press STORE
img%20right%20hand.gif The tone is now stored for that line on that phone only.

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