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First, check that all receivers are on the hook, the phone line is plugged into the jack, and that the phone is connected to the power outlet (if applicable). Next, check outside wiring using the NID. Click here for instructions.


First, if you are using a cordless phone, check the batteries. If there is an answering machine attached to the phone, unplug it from the phone and the power outlet. If there is a modem, disconnect it. Next, plug a corded phone into the jack and check to see if the problem still persists. Finally, check outside wiring using the NID. Click here for instructions.


First, see if the phone has a pulse/tone switch and if it was moved to pulse. If it has been set to pulse, set it to tone. If problem still persists, check outside wiring using the NID. Click here for instructions.


Cordless phones are the most common cause of hearing other phone conversations or radio transmissions on the line, even if it isn't being used at the time. If you have a cordless phone, unplug it and try a corded phone in the same jack. Make a call on the corded phone to see if you still hear unknown voices. If problem persists, check outside wiring using the NID. Click here for instructions.


First, make sure your ringer switch on the phone is not turned down or off. Next, make sure Call Forwarding is deactivated (if applicable). If problem persists, check outside wiring using the NID. Click here for instructions.



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