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I have a 4-line multi-user capable Cortelco phone that has suddenly started making a rolling beeping sound for no real reason. Sometimes it is accompanies by a "Power Outage" message. I have tried disconnecting and reconnecting the power and phone lines to it. It will stop for a while and then start back up with the beeping. Any suggestions?

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