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Hi,
 
What is the model number of your phone?
 
Is the phone service a standard phone service or a VOIP (internet phone) phone service?
 
''If a VOIP service'' check the phone line status in the internet modem’s user interface.
 
''If a standard phone service'' what indication do you get when you call your number from another phone e.g. a mobile phone or a neighbour’s phone?
 
Do you get a busy signal or a ringtone signal?
 
'''''If you get a busy signal''''':
 
Unplug all''all'' the equipment connected to(devices) from ''all'' the phone line sockets in the premises and try again.
Unplug all''all'' the equipment connected to(devices) from ''all'' the phone line sockets in the premises and try again.
 
''If you still get a busy signal'' then you have a line fault (has it been raining?) or a problem in the local exchange. Contact your phone service provider and tell them of the problem and what you've done to prove that it is not in the premises.
 
''If you now get a ringtone signa''l. there is a problem with the equipment in the premises.
 
'''If you get a ringtone signa'''l:
 
Locate the phone socket that the telephone cable coming into the premises is connected to.
 
Depending on the type of socket, if you can, remove the cover and then call your number from another phone and itwhen it is giving a ringtone signal, place a short circuit (a pair of scissors preferably with plastic handles or a screwdriver should do, - ringing current “bites”) between the two telephone cable wires connection terminals in the socket and check if the ringtone signal stops in the calling phone.
Depending on the type of socket, if you can, remove the cover and then call your number from another phone and itwhen it is giving a ringtone signal, place a short circuit (a pair of scissors preferably with plastic handles or a screwdriver should do, - ringing current “bites”) between the two telephone cable wires connection terminals in the socket and check if the ringtone signal stops in the calling phone.
 
''If the ringtone signal doesn’t stop but continues'' then it proves that your phone service connection is not reaching the premises and that you have a line fault or a fault in the local exchange. Again contact your phone service provider.
 
''If the ringtone signal stops as soon as you place the short circuit across the wires'' then it proves that the number is reaching that socket and the problem is in the premises.
 
If you have a cordless phone, then the problem may be in the cable to the base station or in the base station itself.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
What is the model number of your phone?
 
Is the phone service a standard phone service or a VOIP (internet phone) phone service?
 
''If a VOIP service'' check the phone line status in the internet modem’s user interface.
 
''If a standard phone service'' what indication do you get when you call your number from another phone e.g. a mobile phone or a neighbour’s phone?
 
Do you get a busy signal or a ringtone signal?
 
'''''If you get a busy signal''''':
 
Unplug all the equipment connected to the phone line sockets in the premises and try again.
 
''If you still get a busy signal'' then you have a line fault (has it been raining?) or a problem in the local exchange. Contact your phone service provider and tell them of the problem and what you've done to prove that it is not in the premises.
 
''If you now get a ringtone signa''l. there is a problem with the equipment in the premises.
 
'''''IfIf you get a ringtone signa'''l:''signa'''l:
'''''IfIf you get a ringtone signa'''l:''signa'''l:
 
Locate the phone socket that the telephone cable coming into the premises is connected to.
 
Depending on the type of socket, if you can, remove the cover and then call your number from another phone and it is giving a ringtone signal, place a short circuit (a pair of scissors preferably with plastic handles or a screwdriver should do, - ringing current “bites”) between the two telephone cable wires connection terminals in the socket and check if the ringtone signal stops in the calling phone.
 
''If the ringtone signal doesn’t stop but continues'' then it proves that your phone service connection is not reaching the premises and that you have a line fault or a fault in the local exchange. Again contact your phone service provider.
 
''If the ringtone signal stops as soon as you place the short circuit across the wires'' then it proves that the number is reaching that socket and the problem is in the premises.
 
If you have a cordless phone, then the problem may be in the cable to the base station or in the base station itself.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
What is the model number of your phone?
 
Is the phone service a standard phone service or a VOIP (internet phone) phone service?
 
''If a VOIP service'' check the phone line status in the internet modem’s user interface.
 
''If a standard phone service'' what indication do you get when you call your number from another phone e.g. a mobile phone or a neighbour’s phone?
 
Do you get a busy signal or a ringtone signal?
 
''If'''If you get a busy signal'', unplug all the equipment connected to the phone line sockets in the premises and try again. If you still get a busy signal then you have a line fault (has it been raining?) or a problem in the local exchange. Contact your phone service provider and tell them of the problem and what you've done to prove that it is not in the premises.signal''''':
''If'''If you get a busy signal'', unplug all the equipment connected to the phone line sockets in the premises and try again. If you still get a busy signal then you have a line fault (has it been raining?) or a problem in the local exchange. Contact your phone service provider and tell them of the problem and what you've done to prove that it is not in the premises.signal''''':
 
''IfUnplug all the equipment connected to the phone line sockets in the premises and try again.

''If you still get a busy signal'' then you have a line fault (has it been raining?) or a problem in the local exchange. Contact your phone service provider and tell them of the problem and what you've done to prove that it is not in the premises.

''If you now get a ringtone signa''l. there is a problem with the equipment in the premises.

'''''If
you get a ringtone signal,'' locatesigna'''l:''

Locate
the phone socket that the telephone cable coming into the premises is connected to.
''IfUnplug all the equipment connected to the phone line sockets in the premises and try again.

''If you still get a busy signal'' then you have a line fault (has it been raining?) or a problem in the local exchange. Contact your phone service provider and tell them of the problem and what you've done to prove that it is not in the premises.

''If you now get a ringtone signa''l. there is a problem with the equipment in the premises.

'''''If
you get a ringtone signal,'' locatesigna'''l:''

Locate
the phone socket that the telephone cable coming into the premises is connected to.
 
Depending on the type of socket, if you can, remove the cover and then call your number from another phone and it is giving a ringtone signal, place a short circuit (a pair of scissors preferably with plastic handles or a screwdriver should do, - ringing current “bites”) between the two telephone cable wires connection terminals in the socket and check if the ringtone signal stops in the calling phone.
 
''If the ringtone signal doesn’t stop but continues'' then it proves that your phone service connection is not reaching the premises and that you have a line fault or a fault in the local exchange. Again contact your phone service provider.
 
''If the ringtone signal stops as soon as you place the short circuit across the wires'' then it proves that the number is reaching that socket and the problem is in the premises.
 
If you have a cordless phone, then the problem may be in the cable to the base station or in the base station itself.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
What is the model number of your phone?
 
Is the phone service a standard phone service or a VOIP (internet phone) phone service?
Is the phone service a standard phone service or a VOIP (internet phone) phone service?
 
''If a VOIP service'' check the phone line status in the internet modem’s user interface.
 
''If a standard phone service'' what indication do you get when you call your number from another phone e.g. a mobile phone or a neighbour’s phone?
 
Do you get a busy signal or a ringtone signal?
 
''If you get a busy signal'', unplug all the equipment connected to the phone line sockets in the premises and try again. If you still get a busy signal then you have a line fault (has it been raining?) or a problem in the local exchange. Contact your phone service provider and tell them of the problem and what you've done to prove that it is not in the premises.
 
''If you get a ringtone signal,'' locate the phone socket that the telephone cable coming into the premises is connected to.
 
Depending on the type of socket, if you can, remove the cover and then call your number from another phone and it is giving a ringtone signal, place a short circuit (a pair of scissors preferably with plastic handles or a screwdriver should do, - ringing current “bites”) between the two telephone cable wires connection terminals in the socket and check if the ringtone signal stops in the calling phone.
 
''If the ringtone signal doesn’t stop but continues'' then it proves that your phone service connection is not reaching the premises and that you have a line fault or a fault in the local exchange. Again contact your phone service provider.
 
''If the ringtone signal stops as soon as you place the short circuit across the wires'' then it proves that the number is reaching that socket and the problem is in the premises.
 
If you have a cordless phone, then the problem may be in the cable to the base station or in the base station itself.

Estatus:

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
What is the model number of your phone?
 
Is the phone service a standard service or a VOIP (internet phone) phone service?
 
''If a VOIP service'' check the phone line status in the internet modem’s user interface.
 
''If a standard phone service'' what indication do you get when you call your number from another phone e.g. a mobile phone or a neighbour’s phone?
 
Do you get a busy signal or a ringtone signal?
 
''If you get a busy signal'', unplug all the equipment connected to the phone line sockets in the premises and try again. If you still get a busy signal then you have a line fault (has it been raining?) or a problem in the local exchange. Contact your phone service provider and tell them of the problem and what you've done to prove that it is not in the premises.
 
''If you get a ringtone signal,'' locate the phone socket that the telephone cable coming into the premises is connected to.
 
Depending on the type of socket, if you can, remove the cover and then call your number from another phone and it is giving a ringtone signal, place a short circuit (a pair of scissors preferably with plastic handles or a screwdriver should do, - ringing current “bites”) between the two telephone cable wires connection terminals in the socket and check if the ringtone signal stops in the calling phone.
 
''If itthe ringtone signal doesn’t stop but continues to ringcontinues'' then it proves that your phone service connection is not reaching the premises and that you have a line fault or a fault in the local exchange. Again contact your phone service provider.
''If itthe ringtone signal doesn’t stop but continues to ringcontinues'' then it proves that your phone service connection is not reaching the premises and that you have a line fault or a fault in the local exchange. Again contact your phone service provider.
 
''If the ringtone signal stops as soon as you place the short circuit across the wires'' then it proves that the number is reaching that socket and the problem is in the premises.
 
If you have a cordless phone, then the problem may be in the cable to the base station or in the base station itself.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
What is the model number of your phone?
 
Is the phone service a standard service or a VOIP (internet phone) phone service?
 
If''If a VOIP serviceservice'' check the phone line status in the internet modemsmodem’s user interfaceinterface.
If''If a VOIP serviceservice'' check the phone line status in the internet modemsmodem’s user interfaceinterface.
 
If''If a standard phone serviceservice'' what indication do you get when you call your number from another phone e.g. a mobile phone or a neighbour’s phone?
If''If a standard phone serviceservice'' what indication do you get when you call your number from another phone e.g. a mobile phone or a neighbour’s phone?
 
Do you get a busy signal or a ringtone signal?
 
''If you get a busy signal'', unplug all the equipment connected to the phone line sockets in the premises and try again. If you still get a busy signal then you have a line fault (has it been raining?) or a problem in the local exchange. Contact your phone service provider and tell them of the problem and what you've done to prove that it is not in the premises.
 
''If you get a ringtone signal,'' locate the phone socket that the telephone cable coming into the premises is connected to.
 
Depending on the type of socket, if you can, remove the cover and then call your number from another phone and it is giving a ringtone signal, place a short circuit (a pair of scissors preferably with plastic handles or a screwdriver should do, - ringing current “bites”) between the two telephone cable wires connection terminals in the socket and check if the ringtone signal stops in the calling phone.
 
''If it doesn’t stop but continues to ring'' then it proves that your phone service connection is not reaching the premises and that you have a line fault or a fault in the local exchange. Again contact your phone service provider.
 
''If the ringtone signal stops as soon as you place the short circuit across the wires'' then it proves that the number is reaching that socket and the problem is in the premises.
 
If you have a cordless phone, then the problem may be in the cable to the base station or in the base station itself.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
What is the model number of your phone?
 
Is the phone service a standard service or a VOIP (internet phone) phone service?
 
If a VOIP service check the phone line status in the modem.internet modems user interface
If a VOIP service check the phone line status in the modem.internet modems user interface
 
If a standard phone service what indication do you get when you call your number from another phone e.g. a mobile phone or a neighbour’s phone?
 
Do you get a busy signal or a ringtone signal?
 
''If you get a busy signal'', unplug all the equipment connected to the phone line sockets in the premises and try again. If you still get a busy signal then you have a line fault (has it been raining?) or a problem in the local exchange. Contact your phone service provider and tell them of the problem and what you've done to prove that it is not in the premises.
 
''If you get a ringtone signal,'' locate the phone socket that the telephone cable coming into the premises is connected to.
 
Depending on the type of socket, if you can, remove the cover and then call your number from another phone and it is giving a ringtone signal, place a short circuit (a pair of scissors preferably with plastic handles or a screwdriver should do, - ringing current “bites”) between the two telephone cable wires connection terminals in the socket and check if the ringtone signal stops in the calling phone.
 
''If it doesn’t stop but continues to ring'' then it proves that your phone service connection is not reaching the premises and that you have a line fault or a fault in the local exchange. Again contact your phone service provider.
 
''If the ringtone signal stops as soon as you place the short circuit across the wires'' then it proves that the number is reaching that socket and the problem is in the premises.
 
If you have a cordless phone, then the problem may be in the cable to the base station or in the base station itself.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,
 
What is the model number of your phone?
 
WhatIs the phone service a standard service or a VOIP (internet phone) phone service?

If a VOIP service check the phone line status in the modem.

If a standard phone service what
indication do you get when you call your number from another phone e.g. a mobile phone or a neighbour’s phone?
WhatIs the phone service a standard service or a VOIP (internet phone) phone service?

If a VOIP service check the phone line status in the modem.

If a standard phone service what
indication do you get when you call your number from another phone e.g. a mobile phone or a neighbour’s phone?
 
Do you get a busy signal or a ringtone signal?
 
''If you get a busy signal'', unplug all the equipment connected to the phone line sockets in the premises and try again. If you still get a busy signal then you have a line fault (has it been raining?) or a problem in the local exchange. Contact your phone service provider and tell them of the problem and what you've done to prove that it is not in the premises.
''If you get a busy signal'', unplug all the equipment connected to the phone line sockets in the premises and try again. If you still get a busy signal then you have a line fault (has it been raining?) or a problem in the local exchange. Contact your phone service provider and tell them of the problem and what you've done to prove that it is not in the premises.
 
''If you get a ringtone signal,'' locate the phone socket that the telephone cable coming into the premises is connected to.
 
Depending on the type of socket, if you can removecan, remove the cover, when youcover and then call your number from another phone and it is giving a ringtone signalsignal, place a short circuit (a pair of scissors preferably with plastic handles or a screwdriver should dodo, - ringing current “bites”) between the two telephone cable wires connection terminals in the socket and check if the ringtone signal stops in the calling phone.
Depending on the type of socket, if you can removecan, remove the cover, when youcover and then call your number from another phone and it is giving a ringtone signalsignal, place a short circuit (a pair of scissors preferably with plastic handles or a screwdriver should dodo, - ringing current “bites”) between the two telephone cable wires connection terminals in the socket and check if the ringtone signal stops in the calling phone.
 
''If it doesn’t stop but continues to ring'' then it proves that the number isyour phone service connection is not reaching the premises and that you have a line faultfault or a fault in the local exchange. Again contact your phone service provider.
''If it doesn’t stop but continues to ring'' then it proves that the number isyour phone service connection is not reaching the premises and that you have a line faultfault or a fault in the local exchange. Again contact your phone service provider.
 
''If the ringtone signal stops as soon as you place the short circuit across the wires'' then it proves that the number is reaching that socket and the problem is in the premises.
 
If you have a cordless phone, then the problem may be in the cable to the base station or in the base station itself.

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Aporte original por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi,

What is the model number of your phone?

What indication do you get when you call your number from another phone e.g. a mobile phone or a neighbour’s phone?

Do you get a busy signal or a ringtone signal?

''If you get a busy signal'', unplug all the equipment connected to the phone line sockets in the premises and try again. If you still get a busy signal then you have a line fault or a problem in the local exchange. Contact your phone service provider and tell them of the problem and what you've done to prove that it is not in the premises.

''If you get a ringtone signal,'' locate the phone socket that the telephone cable coming into the premises is connected to.

Depending on the type of socket, if you can remove the cover, when you call your number from another phone and it is giving a ringtone signal place a short circuit (a pair of scissors should do) between the two wires in the socket and check if the ringtone signal stops in the calling phone.

''If it doesn’t stop but continues to ring'' then it proves that the number is not reaching the premises and that you have a line fault. Again contact your phone service provider.

''If the ringtone signal stops as soon as you place the short circuit across the wires'' then it proves that the number is reaching that socket and the problem is in the premises.

If you have a cordless  phone, then the problem may be in the cable to the base station or in the base station itself.

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