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None of the normal sounds are coming from the machine.

It does not beep when pressing the buttons. We cannot hear the dial tone when dialing. It does not beep when send complete.

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  • hgates Jan 27, 2009

    Thanks but, I checked that and the volume is up as far as it will go.

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To the right of the LCD display is the up/down/left/right buttons. The left button turns the volume down, the right volume up. Try that to get your sounds back.

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  • Wilson Turner Jan 27, 2009

    Another volume setting can be reached by pressing the Monitor button and using the same volume keys. I'm assuming that your transaction completes correctly and this is simply a volume issue.

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