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  • schlesinger Jun 08, 2008

    ringer is off and can not get it back on to ring

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There can be three reasons for the same :

1. the ringer can be off, please turn it on.

2. please refer to your phone manual and check for ringer related settings.

3.please check do you have a dail tone coming in the jack you have connected your phone. if not, please contact you telephone line provider.

Posted on Apr 18, 2008

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