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Can't get through to friend

My friend recent;y moved...i don't know where to but her home phone is not disconnected, but everytime i call her all i get is a dial tone but no answering machine (she had one before she moved)...this is the ONLY way to get in touch with her. PLEASE HELP!!

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That's probably a phone wiring issue. Have her call her phone company, and describe the problem to them. They will probably be able to help.

If the phone company can't find a problem, (she might have to have a technician come out to look at her setup) then it might be her answering machine that is the problem.

can you describe your problem with more details?

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