How do you repair a telephone line?

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There are several problems that affect a telephone wire and they are all repaired differently. For instance, to repair a telephone line with no dial tone, first remove the socket cover and check if the cables are connected properly. If they are not, remove the cables and then try to secure them in place. Replace the socket cover and listen on the receiver to hear the dial tone. Finally, ask somebody to call you to know if you can hear them.
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How to Repair a Home Telephone Line
Home telephone wiring is not very complicated, despite the collection of wires in a bundled cable. It takes just two wires to make a connection, so if your phone isn't working, you just need to trace along these wires to find where the connection is... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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