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DIAL TONE CONTINUES DOES NOT CEASE

When dialling out the dialtone persists.

When answering calls the dialing tone persists

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  • herb517 Feb 04, 2009

    Thanks for the advice. Have tried unplugging which does not work.



    But will shut down the whole system (Rogers) and see what happens.

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Have you tried plugging and then plugging the phone back in. This should discharge all static electricity.
I had the same trouble once. If you are using a service such as Comcast Digital Voice, then restart all equipment (this apply's to VOIP services also). if it still persist then try a different phone. If it still persist then contact your phone company and explain all the solutions that you have tried.

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