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All the wires are connected properly, and I have completely shut down everything and rebooted several times and I still cannot get a dial tone for the fax.

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Try connecting a regular phone to that jack and see if the phone works. If not, try a different cable. If the phone doesn't work, then the jack is either dead or miss wired.

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It could be one of several issues. I'd first check and replace the DSL filter. These can get damaged during a thunderstorm, even if there is no direct lightning strike. (Some filters may be in the service box and should be replaced by the telephone company repair crew.) Next check your phone line at several jacks, including the service box connection, if you can. I like to use an old wired phone to check for dial tone; an old rotary phone is my preferred tool since it rarely fails. Not all phone services have an RJ-11 connection in the service box. In that case, you need to contact the phone company to test the service.

If you have a dial tone at the service box and not at other jacks, you'll need to check for damaged wires in your walls and jacks. The jacks are fairly easy to check. They either have screw terminals or keystones. For the screw terminals, you strip a new section of the broken conductor wire and place it under the appropriate screw. For keystones, you do not strip the wire; just push in the wire with a punch down tool. The tools are available at most hardware stores in the electrical section. See http://cablesupply.com/content/47-telephone-connections-and-rj11 for the wire color to terminal location. Your phone company will correct inside wiring issues for a fee.

If you do not have a dial tone at the service connection, your telephone provider will fix the problem for free. There is probably a damaged wire outside your home.

If your spare phone gets a dial tone, then the original phone has a problem. If it is a cordless phone, check that the base unit has power. Next check that the handset batteries are good. Replace the unit or have it serviced if the transmitters or receivers can't communicate.

I hope this helps.

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Are the phone cables correctly connected to the base unit? Try a new cable for Line 2, if you have separate L1 and L2 jacks. (If the lines are integrated in one jack, make sure to use a 4-conductor RJ11 cord.) I assume the service hasn't been cancelled for line 2 and that you are at a wall plate with both lines.
If you have separate jacks, I like to use a different phone to check the jack. (A simple old fashioned corded, single-line phone is useful to check for a dial tone.) Try checking Line 2 at another jack, if you have one.
If you do not have a dial tone, find where your service comes in. Open the box and look at the terminals. If you are lucky, you have an RJ11 port. Plug in your test phone in to the Line 2 connection and listen for a dial tone. If there is no dial tone, contact your telephone company. They will fix an outside line problem for free. (Mice and other things can damage the wiring. A lightning strike could damage a filter if you use the line for a high-speed internet connection.) If the terminal doesn't have an RJ-11 plug option, you will need to ask your telephone company to test the line.
If you recently had work done on the phone line, check for any wires that are loose. When we got our phone line upgraded to fiber optics, one of the telephone jack lines didn't get connected to the terminal in the new box. We found the wire behind the vinyl siding and got signal as soon as the wire was reconnected.)
If you have a dial tone at the box and no wires are obviously disconnected, you'll need to trace the wires inside to find a broken connection. If one jack worked for Line 2 and another didn't, check inside the wall plate. There are two wall-plate styles. The ones with a keystone jack needs the conductor wires pushed down into the correct slots. A punch-down tool is available from most hardware stores in the wiring section. The screw terminal type requires the individual wires to be stripped and then secured. The correct terminal positions are shown here: http://www.lanshack.com/wire_phone_jack.aspx . Otherwise, you need to trace the wires in the walls to find the break in the continuity. Your phone company will do this for you for a fee. If you have a line filter inside, try replacing it.

I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells
(I've called the phone company several times when we lost one line. Mice and lightning damage to the filter have both been culprits.)

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If you add something and you loose your dial tone immediately you may have a crossed connection in the wall socket, any splitters or in the phone plug. Check to make sure all of the wires in those sockets are straight before you plug in your phone wire.

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set
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Plug a regular phone into the wall jack and listen for a dial-tone
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