Verizon zapped out kxta624 now outgoing lines not working properly
Hi, verizon came out to work on a line that was not working correctly. we lost all of our phones. i was able to reboot by turning the system off unplugging and then turning it back on. we have the 3 line expansion card. the first 3 lines still require dialing 9 to get out, but the second 3 do not. i set up speed dial at the phone so this does not work for the second three lines. i had a tech come out but he insisted this was the fault of the phone company. he reinitialized the phone box. verizon insisted this was a problem at the box. it is still not fixed and monday is coming quickly. is there anything i can do to get this working?
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Does it do with all outgoing numbers or just one?
Sounds like there is a fault with your line. There is a setting at the exchange that bars outgoing calls. Phone your service provider and ask them to check the line and the settings.
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I have a problem on a Panasonic two line handset phone that when one line is plugged into a VoIP line, it makes the caller ID not work for the other line. After going back and forth with Verizon, we finally figured this out. I haven't figured a workaround. And in my old house I used to have a VoIP line and a FiOS line and it worked. So either something has changed or the difference between FiOS and regular copper line from Verizon is making the difference. email@example.com
Assuming it's working properly, you might have a connection problem. Verify the telephone cable is plugged properly in the correct port on the printer, and that it *makes* the proper connection (it must be a two-conductor cable: only the central two pins of the four or six available in the clear plastic male RJ11 connector must sport the copper prongs). Verify that an external phone, connected to the L7580, and the L7580 to the wall socket, can pick up the line.
If these checks all pass, the only thing which comes to mind is line voltage.
most pumps wont pump until they have been primed,some pumps do something called "cavitate" or another term is "vapor lock"so try cracking the out going line,priming the pump with a little fuel in the incoming line and then placing it into the external container.when you get fuel coming from the outgoing line then you can cinch up the outgoing fittings.
I used to work for verizon for two years as level 3 support,here is the thing,if verizon already replaced the modem,that means that its not really the modem,its the connection,thats what we call intermittent route,here is what you are going to do,contact verizon,have them run an intermittent connection line test,tell them that internet connection is not consistent,they will create an active ticket for you,it will be forwarded to the central office and the central office will run a different test,thats what we call a test assist...they will be able to verify if the problem is the line form the central office going to your house...
i worked for verizon for two years and I encounter this problem many times,to tell you honestly,its not with you internet connection since if you'll notice,while you are connected to the internet and you make a call or call someone,its interrupted... Obviously,its the phone itslelf,the signal comng from the phone is different from the signal of the internet...thats the reason why you need a modem to convert the signal coming from the phone line to make it work for internet,,,what I suggest is you change the DSL plan from the Dry Loop to the regular dsl with the phone...