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I do not have a dial tone or display on my phone. however, after testing with a multimeter in several spots i have 2.7 volts at battery. I have 2.4 volts on several terminals on 3 sides of the display itself. what can my problem be?

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If those are normal. The problem is within the cable of the telephone company provider not in your own telephone. Contact the CO or central office of the telephone company to resolve the issue

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If the problem is with your phone only, try to reset it. Take the batteries out of the handsets and unplug the power cord from the base and the wall outlet. Wait a few minutes and then plug everything back in. Make sure that the power brick is warm (getting power) and that the handset batteries are fully charged.

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It is possible that your dialer IC could have failed or the optocoupler or the pulse dialing semiconductor/ transistor, Disconnect the phone and use a multimeter to test the line voltage, then connect and test, if the voltage has come down then it is possible that the above mentioned parts needs a check. Often it is the failure of the pulse switching transistor hence you can trace it from the telephone line. Use the multimeter in the contiinuity mode to see for a short here, even for a zenerr diode which is used a protector. disconnect and see if the dial tone returns. In this case replace the shorted diode or transistor or the IC. Hope you try this out. Good day

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The dial is for selecting which of the "multi" things you need for measuring (metering).

Set the dial to the DC area and select 20V or whatever is the lowset DC voltage setting that is higher than the battery voltage.

The meter does not put a "load" on the batteries, so the test is just an estimate of freshness of the battery.

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The meter voltage does not present any danger to the user. If you are not experienced, do not check any AC voltages.


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