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Extensions don't ring

After a recent power outage 4 out of our 5 phones no longer ring. How can I get all 5 phones to ring? As a non-profit we need to be able to fix this ourselves. Please help!

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4 -12 for riging? MB for ringing is 4-01 day 4-02 night. Do it for all extensions. number all the way to the left when in program mode is the port number. check out ldtsnj.com

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You will need to access system program mode to change ringing inmemory block 4-12

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