My phone quit incoming calls. When a call is received it goes directly to voicemail, does not ring. The phone turns itself on and off and several times a day the screen message says "Emergency Only" It has not been dunked, dropped, or damaged. I've had it for 11 months using Tracfone prepaid. Any suggestions, other than giving it a dirt nap? The battery has a full charge,there is "units" left in the airtime tank, expiration date isn't until May. I've tried asking Tracfone, but they have not replied.
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Extension call forwarding is controlled by a timer, and they put these things in the manual. If your CF after 2 rings is from a call to a specific extension, from that extension, dial *713 and a 2 digit number from 00-99 seconds on the intercom. Start with 18.
If your call forwarding is from intercept, then you have a system programming issue and need to look in the installer's manual or check with your system programmer.
You want to make sure your callforwarding is on. Sometimes when you select sleep mode, the calls will divert directly to Voicemail. Plus, ensure you have signal. Without signal, by default the calls go directily to voicemail. We won't wanna miss a call here. You can follow these steps here. start settings phone services call forwarding get settings (wait for a while) forward all incoming phone calls (check the box) OK OK Exit
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