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"Line in use" is continously displayed.

This phone has worked all right for 1 1/2 year. It is connected to an ADSL access point and has a separate IP-number on the network. It is prepared for Skype via USB, but this feature has never been in use. The serial no. 0511032179 is labelled on the docking. Olympia Du@lphone is Lately it has been impossible to make phone calls or receive phone calls from the wireless handset. The message "Ready Line in use" is displayed continously. Beeps from the phone is received when any button is pressed. Battery has been removed and replaced. No reset-button is discovered. No online manual is discovered. This forum is my last hope. HP Hoeie, Norway.

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