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Phone wiring damaged

Telephone wiring outside part was bitten by neighbor's dog and exposed one year ago, we have wrapped with insulation tape, the phone have been worked one year. but, we had a thunderstorm recently, the phone is no tone and dial from out is busy ring! Is this caused by short circuit or some other problems? thanks!

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Yes its probably from water and needs to be replaced

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