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Phone not working

Can't make or receive calls. Display looks ok. No dialling tone. If I try to dial the display briefly says line busy but I can't see why

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Hi Pam,
Try these..1...remove your telephone line from base unit and fix it into a working land phone and check whether is it having normal dial tone.If it's having engage tone(beep beep...)remove paralleled phones and re connect to cordless base unit.
2.If line is ok (normal dial tone with full volume) & still display indicates line is busy, your main base unit must be having faulty components inside.Commonly these defects happen in thundering or surges through telephone lines.You have to take full set to a repair shop.
Rana.

Posted on Dec 29, 2013

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