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Phone 0800 800 151 to report a fault or use There you can ask for a line test.

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Contact your house phone service provider and request Call Screen or Call Blocker. Ask the representative for the activation date for the feature.

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    Does it work? Yes = you have a phone inside your house that is "off hook". Find it and hang it up. Can't find one off hook? Unplug everything on all telephone jacks in your house, computers, fax, telephones, everything. When the dial tone returns, plug the devices in one at a time until you find the bad device.

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    Follow the procedures found in the front of your telephone book ... that yellow thing in the kitchen that no one uses ... that it the telephone book.

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