All you need to do is go to the phone settings, under the settings, locate phone tune or tune. under tune, chose the profile that says Ringing Type: Ringing, Ascending, Ring once, Beep once, and silent. All you need to do is chose the option that says RINGING, and that will solve the problem. In the case where that does not work , all you need do is to check the speaker of the phone, if it is functioning very well.
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Direct Line: 1.Check telephone line.2.Make sure telephone line is connected in line in port not in extension.3.connect extension telephone phone to the device & check for the dial tone. Dial the number and observe weather extension phone is ringing? A. *If extension phone is ringing check display is there any message like "ringing".. wait till fax tone comes,if not check "basic fax settings"... if setting are OK .. Replace formatter B. *Extension phone is ringing no message displayed on device replace "LIU" card.. If extension telephone is not ringing check telephone line.. No out going faxess: *Check line is connected though EPABX , if connected Check..prefix setting.. *Check out going.. Best of luck...
There could be DC voltage on the ringer circuit. When a phone line is not in use there should be 0 Volts on the ringer circuit. Sometimes a device connected to your line can "leak" voltage on to the ringer circuit, and some phones will see this as a continuous ring signal.
1. Check all of the telephone cables and any power cables - are they securely plugged in? 2. Remove every device connected to your phone line except the phone that was ringing continuously. 3. If the ringing stops, put the devices back one at a time and see which one causes the problem. 4. If the ringing does not stop, the fault is either in the telephone or your master socket. 5. If you have another phone that is known to be working, try it out to see if it has the continuous ringing. 6. If the problem no longer occurs, there could be a problem the telephone equipment, and you should contact the telephone's manufacturer for support. 7. If the test phone has the continuous ringing, call your telephone provider and tell them that there may be a short circuit in your phone line. 8. If the problem happens only with your cordless phone, and not a corded phone, then it could be interference from a device such as a wireless broadband router or microwave or the cordless handset batteries may not be charging properly.
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.
unplug your fax machine and plug in a normal phone. call the fax line. let it ring a few times. if the phone rings, but not the fax machine, check the cord of the fax machine and replace it. if the fax machine still does it, there is a short circuit somewhere in the machine. it is most likely in or around the jack that connects it to the phone cord, check for corrosion or bent contact pins.
if it rings only once or not at all, then check the phone jack for corrosion. trace it all the way back to where your phone line connects to your house. if it is still not ringing, call your telco to get them to check thier equipment.
I've found this to be a problem with regular phone lines (POTS) and
Uniden phones. Uniden phones do not seem to support 90v @ 20hz ringing
voltage / frequency. They work fine in every aspect except for
ringing. These phones do work well with voip, where you aren't
connected to the telephone company and have calls routed over the
internet. The boxes that handle the voip calls generally produce less
than 90v and work well w/ Uniden phones.
If the caller hears ringing after dialing the home but the not ring inside home. That means the number is active but the wiring inside home is faulty/ not properly connected. A phone rings /or works of a basic system. Two wires usually red/green as primary. If either one is broken or improperly connected the phone inside will not ring. That doesn't indicate a short. If it was a short the caller would not hear ringing at all. So the first thing you must do is the track the cause. Make sure home phone is plugged securely into phonejack. Still no dial tone check all other jacks inside home. If still no dial tone. Contact your service provider. They will need to send a technician to check the Demarcation point. Which simply means the connection point where the service provider wires , meets the customers house wires. They just need to verify this connection
I've found this to be a problem with regular phone lines (POTS) and Uniden phones. Uniden phones do not seem to support 90v @ 20hz ringing voltage / frequency. They work fine in every aspect except for ringing. These phones do work well with voip, where you aren't connected to the telephone company and have calls routed over the internet. The boxes that handle the voip calls generally produce less than 90v and work well w/ Uniden phones.