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Phone dead, says no line

We replaced batteries, but the phone is dead, says no line. We checked connections

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Phone RJ11 connector (or RJ45 if you use LAN) should be check! The Phone Line usually lost signal here

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The phone is simply no longer working. try to contact the retailer/manufacturer for a refund/warranty exchange

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