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I'm unreachable when people call me it always shows my phoe busy, i'm sure its something i.ve done, but i don.t know what

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  • lubalibra79 Mar 27, 2009

    when i try to make a the line will be busy. when trying to call the number i don't hear a ring.

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I WOULD TAKE A CORDED PHONE OUTSIDE TO THE NETWORK INTERFACE. YOU WILL NEED A SCREW DRIVE TO OPEN THE BOX. THERE IS A SCREW TO LOOSEN AND WHEN IT TURNS FREELY THERE IS A LATCH ABOVE THE SCREW OPEN THE BOX THERE SHOULD BE A PLACE TO UNPLUG THE WIRING FROM THE TELEPHONE COMPANY'S LINE. PLUG YOUR PHONE INTO THE PLACE YOU UNPLUGGED FROM. IF YOU HAVE CLEAR DIALTONE THERE YOU HAVE A PROBLEM INSIDE. YOU CAN CALL YOUR NUMBER FROM A CELL PHONE TO SEE IF YOUR PHONE RINGS.IF YOU DO NOT GET A DIAL TONE AND IF YOU CAN NOT BE CALLED IT IS THE PHONE COMPANY'S PROBLEM.

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Hi your call divert might be active on your phone menu so i would go it and deactivate it!

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