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My phone system consists of one base phone in the kitchen and three handsets -- two on the first floor and one upstairs on the second floor in my bedroom. During the day Saturday the phone(s) were working fine -- by Saturday night all the phones no longer functioned. The error message on the screen of the phones says "No line". The light still lights up as if they are being charged but there is no dial tone and when someone rings in all they get is a busy signal.
Radio Shack, where I bought my phones, indicates that it not an equipment issue.. Having no where else to turn I'm asking you what it could be. Could it be my bill, the line into my house? What could it be?
Please help as I am 93 years old and during the day I'm alone a good part of the morning. I need a phone but I can't seem to get mine working.
What would you suggest?
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One thing to remember when troubleshooting a no dial tone problem is that one bad device plugged into your phone line can cause no dial tone on all the other phones in the house. Therefore the best troubleshooting is to unplug all devices except for one. If you still have no dial tone swap out that one phone for a different phone, a lan line phone if you can. If at this point you still have no dial tone it is time to call Verizon Technical Support and explain to them the troubleshooting steps you have already done.
Remember that any of these devices that are plugged in can cause a problem: fax machine, security system, answering machine, lan phone, cordless phone, or anything else that plugs into a phone line. Hope you get it firgured out soon!