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I HAVE A TELEPHONE SYSTEM WITH ONE PHONE NUMBER, BUT 25 EXTENSIONS. 23 OF THEM GETS A DIAL TONE, BUT TWO OF THEM DON'T. I DID TRY TO REPLACE THE PHONE JACK WITH A NEW PHONE JACK THAT I BOUGHT FROM HARDWARE STORE, BUT STILL NO DIAL TONE. I EVEN REPLACED THE PHONE, BUT SAME IS THE CASE. WHAT CAN I DO?

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A lot of questions need to be answered. But for starters, the other two phones probably do not have the line programmed into them. If these two phones light up...have any other working features then it's not the phones or jacks it's the programming. All phone systems have "line assignment"/ "line access" programming.

What make and model of system do you have?

P.S. On a separate topic, you should definitely have more than one line in your system for that many telephones.


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