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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No dial tone, clicking sound
It most likely is the LIU (Line Interface Unit). or you might have it plugged in the wrong port on the fax itself. Make sure it's plugged into the LINE plug. If it's the LIU it would be cheaper to replace then calling for service. Unless it's under warranty still (usually 90 days)
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
I have personally seen this issue before and with an Arris cable modem the issue you are having means that there is a over current issue with your phone line. What this means is that your phones are either getting to much or to little voltage. Usually this is caused by a crossed phone wire/staple through a phone line or possibly corrosion on your line. The first step into troubleshooting this would be to check where your phone lines tie together at and make sure nothing has come loose or broken. Also if you any of your lines run outside to a phone box go in the customer side of that and check to make sure there is no corrosion. This can also be caused by a phone going bad. Go around and unplug your phone lines 1 at a time from the phone line and see if it starts responding correctly. You made need to power cycle/reset your modem when you do this to clear the error. The final way that you can tell if it is in your phone line or not is to unplug the modem from your house line and plug a phone straight into the modem. This should make at least that one phone start working correctly.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
dial tone but mobiles ahve no dial tone when making or receiving calls.....
Posted on May 30, 2009
I disconnected my incoming phone line and connected my VOIP line 1 to my R11 wall phone jack. This feeds the signal to all phone jacks in the house.
I also use the VoIP to fax and send data using my PC modem.
Use *99 as a prefix for any number you are faxing or dialing to.
1. Configured area code dialing rule in Phone
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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