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No dial tone and also all the lights are flickering, please Help!

My three phones have no dial tone and also all the lights are flickering on the phone. I called my telephone company and they tell me that all the lines are good. Please Help!!

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  • ofcmngr May 19, 2008

    I have the same problem for the third time! We purchased this phone system 4 years ago and this is the third phone that has gone bonkers on me! All the other phones in the office are fine but since this one is the one that programs our whole office phone system, I will have to replace it yet again!! The unplugging and plugging back in doesn't work with this phone and didn't with the other two phones either. I suspect that it was a power surge. We had severe thunderstorms over the weekend. I suspect that this phone is especially sensitive to power surges. Any way to protect it? It just plugs into the phone system, no power cord is involved so a surge protector won't help.

  • Anonymous Jul 14, 2008

    Same problem here...anyone got the solution?

  • elarose Jul 23, 2008

    I have the same problem, Is there a reset? When I plug it in another phone (series) it seem that the Norstar is working but there is no Dial tone. There is an interference noise, and it tels me that the Nostar line is on but cannot hear anything.

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Unplug and and plug back the phones and see what happens.

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