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HELP Why is it sayin no line. When its plugged in and our phones ring and our internet works

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I spent many hours on this one. What it boils down to is clearing new messages on your line. The pulsating dial tone a message causes will not allow the terminal to operate. we had an older machine that worked under these circumstances - but the verifone Omni 3730 & similar products will not work. extremely inconveniant.

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

You either have a phone mismatch or a unit malfunction.

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We have a telephone handset and base the Gigaset A265 which is not ringing in the house but going straight to our message system on our computer via our internet provider orange. We can call out but are...


Hello.

Reset the phone:

Unplug the battery in the handset, unplug the phone line from the base and unplug the electricity from the base. Leave everything unplugged for an hour or two instead of a couple to five minutes. That way you can get more of an idea of whether your phone will work. After an hour or two plug in everything. If resetting the phone doesn't work then try the next step.

Check the surge protector:

Is the phone line plugged into a surge protector? The surge protector may have stopped working or blown a surge, a sudden burst of electricity, which may have caused the dial tone in your cordless phone to go. Unplug the phone line from the surge protector then plug it back in and see if you get a dial tone. It could be that the phone line plugged into the surge was loose or not plugged in securely.

Try a different phone plug, outlet.

Check the base:

Is the base dusty and have possible dirt in the prongs where the phone sits? Lift the base and blow off dust.

Check the handset for dirt.


Rub metal connections on handset and base:

Use a pen cap or coin and rub the metal connections on the bottom of the handset. Rub the prongs, metal connections on base.

Hope these suggestions help.

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WHENEVER THE PHONE RINGS OR SOMEONE IS ON THE PHONE OUR INTERNET STOPS WORKING. THIS HAS BEEN HAPPENING OVER THE LAST 4 DAYS OR SO


Im assuming you are using DSL. You need to have DSL filters on all phone jacks in your house that have phones plugged into them as well as having a filter where your phone line plugs into the phone jack. Any time the phone rings it will cause interference and cause the DSL to malfunction.

Jan 26, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Cannot receive phone calls on a dsl setup


There must be DSL Spliter inbetween telephone line & Wi-fi modem. Please check whether you have connected telephone instrument line with that Spliter or not. According to me, Telephone instrument should connect to telephone line option on DSL Splitter to use same telephone line as internet as well Telephone.

Mar 03, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Two phonelines no longer accessible. Using Panasonic KX-T7730 with a Panasonic KX-TES824 system. Lines were working fine and have now disappeared. They don't ring in and I can't ring out on them. ...


This is most likely a service provider issue. If these are analog lines, take a regular phone, not a Panasonic system phone, and plug it into wherever the CO1 CO2 CO3 lines go into the cabinet. If they work there, you have a system fault (not likely). If they don't you have a line problem.

Make sure that you plug the phone into the lines coming in, not into the cabinet :-)

Carl

Oct 09, 2009 | Panasonic KX-T7730 Corded Phone

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Our AT&T 1725 has quit recognizing when the phone is ringing. The phone keeps own ringing instead of beign answered.


There are a couple of things to try. First is to check the cable & plug that connect the 1725 to the telephone line. Disconnect the phone line from the back of the answering machine, plug it into a known working telephone, using cell phone (or another land line) call the phone number and see if the phone rings.

If it doesn't, replace the line cord and try again.

If it does ring, check the optioning to make sure it is set for, say 2 rings.

Also, is the telephone line a regular telephone company POTS line or is it one that is being provided by a cable modem? If your phone service is being provided by a cable company, the media converter might not be putting out enough voltage for the answering machine to realize that the line is ringing.

If everything is correct, replace the answering machine.

Aug 18, 2009 | AT&T 1725 Answering Machine

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Terrible static on 2.8Ghz 2-line phone Model EX 13226


do you have internet plugged in to it. You may need a microfilter which you can buy or if they came with your router .try it

Jun 25, 2009 | Uniden Cordless Phone

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Need to set up phone/fax instead of just fax


I have a HP Officejet J6480 All-In-One and needed the answering machine and fax to be on at the same time.  I called the help line at HP and they said I needed another phone line into the home but I tried this and it worked. 
First I got a different phone number for the fax machine - they do this for no charge at my phone company. This is not another physical line into the home - it is just another phone number with a different ring - it rings 2 fast rings for the fax machine instead of the phones regular one ring. I set the answering machine built into the phone to pick up after 4 rings and I set the fax machine to pick up on 2 rings. Be sure to set it so the fax pick up number of rings are less than the answering machine pick up number of rings.  It worked for me. Hope this works for you too.

Apr 24, 2009 | Brother MFC-260C All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Incoming faxes


Do you have a distinctive ring pattern in the same phone line
If no then you need to get a distinctive rig pattern from your service provider, which will differenciate the type of rings for phone and fax.
If you have a distinctive ring pattern make sure which one it has single rings, double rings, triple rings and double and triple rings.
To enable> First make sure auto answer in turned On
In setup/Menu go to > Rings to answer and set it to 5 or 6, and make sure the rings to answer in you answering machine set to 4(Always Should be lower then you rings to answer in the fax)
In Advance Fax setup> Then Ring pattern should be setup for the one which you service provider as given either double or triple Rings>
And the go to tools and run fax test and check what has failed

Aug 28, 2008 | HP Officejet 5610 All-In-One InkJet...

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Intermittent Ring


Sounds like you are having a problem with the generated ring signal from the cable phone service. An old fashioned Ma-Bell ring signal is a pure 90v AC 30hz pulse. Your cable box needs to generate a simulated ring signal from a DC power supply. I have seen many examples of this fake ring signal not cooperating with specific phones. It's a long shot but your phones MAY have a setting for the phone line(s) (A/B) (Analog/Digital) etc... of you can find a setting dealing with the "CO line", "phone line" etc.. try changing it. I am surprised another phone in the loop will help the ring signal at all. I would think it could only weaken it. Try plugging your phone in question directly into the cable line instead of having the whole house connected. The ring signal may be trying to power too many devices or weakened by something connected to the network. Other than that, you are dealing with the ring signal generated by the equipment and I'm sure it's not adjustable.

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