1 CapTel 840i Setup Guide /13 Catch every word with CapTel from Access Comm
2 About Your New CapTel 840i Your new CapTel 840i is like any other telephone in many ways: it connects to a telephone line, you talk and listen to your callers, and you place/answer calls the same way you use any other telephone. Your new CapTel 840i is also different than a traditional telephone in some important ways. In order to show captions, your CapTel 840i connects to the Internet the same way you connect a computer to the Internet. The Internet connection links to a free Captioning Service, where a specially-trained operator transcribes everything your caller says into captions. The captions are sent back over the Internet to your CapTel 840i phone, for you to read in the display. Because the CapTel 840i relies on the Internet to provide captions, setting up the phone takes a few extra steps to make sure it is connected to the Internet properly.
3 Where To Get Help Help is available as you set up your new CapTel 840i. Please contact: Toll-Free Installation Help Line: If someone else installed your home computer or your Internet connection, you may want to consult with that person as you set up the CapTel 840i. You can also try the Troubleshooting suggestions at the end of this guide to help with any problems. Important Information when Calling for Help The following information may help CapTel Customer Service troubleshoot your problem. If possible, please have this information handy when you call for help: My Telephone Number My CapTel 840i Electronic Serial Number (ESN) (located underneath your CapTel phone) My Internet Service Provider My Telephone Service Provider If using WiFi: Name of WiFi Network (SSID) WiFi Password (also sometimes called Pass Phrase or Network Key ) Installation Help: WHERE TO GET HELP 1
4 T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S Step 1 Requirements...3 Step 2 Choosing a Location...4 Step 3 Connect to a Power Outlet...5 Step 4 Connect the Telephone Line...6 Step 5 Connect to Your Internet Service...7 Step 6 Setting the Time and Date...18 Step 8 Record Personal Greeting Message (Optional)...19 Troubleshooting...23 How CapTel 840i Works You talk back and forth with callers over the Telephone Connection. Captions of the call are provided over the Internet Connection. NOTE: The CapTel 840i phone does not generate captions of the phone call on its own. The phone works with the Captioning Service (over the Internet) to display captions during your calls. 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Installation Help:
5 STEP 1 Requirements Before you set up your phone, make sure you already have: Telephone Service Connects to the CapTel 840i via a telephone cord using a standard RJ11 connection. Your telephone service can be any of the following: Standard analog service DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) filter recommended Digital Cable phone service NOTE: Your CapTel 840i does NOT work with digital Private Branch Exchange (PBX) phone systems found in some business settings, residential facilities, and hotels, unless an analog port is available. Access to High-speed Internet Service Connects to the CapTel 840i via an Ethernet cable or via a Wireless (WiFi) network. Your Internet service must be working properly in order for the CapTel 840i to display captions. A high-speed Internet connection is required. Dial-up Internet service will not work. In home settings that do not have a wireless network, you may need a router or switch to connect more than one device to your Internet service. Your Internet modem and/or router should support DHCP. You should also check if a firewall is active on either the modem or the router, as it might interfere with connecting the CapTel 840i to your network (see Troubleshooting on page 25 for tips). Standard Electrical Power VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) phone service FIOS (Fiber Optic Service) phone service The CapTel 840i plugs into a standard electrical wall outlet. You must use the power adapter that came with the CapTel 840i. Using any other adapter may damage the CapTel and will void the warranty. Installation Help: REQUIREMENTS 3
6 STEP 2 Choosing a Location If possible, make sure that the outlets for your telephone service and your electrical power are located close to your Internet service outlet (for wired installations) or within range of your wireless router (for WiFi installations). For settings where the outlets are not located close to one another, see page 9 for more installation tips. Choose a location where: There is a telephone jack, an electrical outlet, and an Internet jack (Ethernet) all located nearby.* The surface it will be set on or mounted to is stable and secure. The area is protected from excessive heat or humidity. * In WiFi settings, it is not necessary for your CapTel phone to be in the same room/area as the wireless router. However, your wireless signal strength may be stronger the closer your CapTel phone is positioned to the wireless router. What is in the box? Your CapTel 840i includes the following parts: CapTel 840i Phone Telephone Cord Power Adapter to plug into a wall outlet Important! Use only the power adapter that came in the box with your CapTel 840i Ethernet Cable to connect to Internet service (not necessary for WiFi installations) CapTel Setup Guide and CapTel How-to Guide Warranty Card 4 CHOOSING A LOCATION Installation Help:
7 STEP 3 Connect to a Power Outlet Plug the power adapter cord into the power socket labeled Power Located on the back (top) edge of the CapTel 840i. Be sure to use the power adapter that came with your new CapTel 840i. Plug the power adapter into a wall outlet or power strip The CapTel display screen will light up to let you know power is connected. TIP: Plug your power adapter into an electrical power surge protector to protect your CapTel 840i from damage caused by unspecified electrical voltage or damage caused by lightning. Do not use an electrical outlet controlled by a "dimmer" or wall switch. WARNING: Be sure to use only the power adapter that came with your CapTel 840i. Using any other power adapter may damage your phone. Once you plug in the power, your CapTel phone will automatically check that everything is connected and working properly. You can follow along on the CapTel display screen, which will tell you what is happening during the set up process. Installation Help: CONNECT TO A POWER OUTLET 5
8 STEP 4 Connect the Telephone Line Plug one end of the telephone cord into the telephone jack labeled Line 1 Located on the back (top) edge of the CapTel 840i. Be sure to use the telephone cord that came with your new CapTel 840i phone. Plug the other end of the telephone cord into a telephone wall outlet 6 CONNECT THE TELEPHONE LINE Installation Help:
9 STEP 5 Connect to Your Internet Service There are two ways to connect to your Internet service: Option 1: Wired using an Ethernet cable to connect to the Internet. Please follow instructions for Wired Installations below. Option 2: Wireless using your home/office WiFi network to reach the Internet. Please follow instructions for Wireless/WiFi Installations on page 13. For Wired Installations 1. Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into the jack labeled Ethernet, located on the back (top) edge of the CapTel 840i. Be sure to use the Ethernet cable that came with your new CapTel 840i phone. 2. Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable into the jack you use to access your Internet service. Depending on how your Internet service is set up for your home/office, you could be plugging into any of the following: An available Ethernet jack on a digital cable modem An available Ethernet jack on a DSL modem An available Ethernet jack on a router in your home An available Ethernet jack in a wall outlet NOTE: When connected properly, the LNK/ACT indicator light will glow. The LNK/ACT indicator light is located next to the Ethernet jack on the back (top) edge of the CapTel 840i. Installation Help: CONNECT TO YOUR INTERNET SERVICE 7
10 Use the examples on the following pages to match your setting with the correct installation method. Case 1: All Outlets Located Together Example 1: All of the connection outlets (telephone, Internet, and power) are available in the same room that you are planning to use the CapTel 840i. Example 2: If there is not an available Ethernet jack in your DSL or Cable Modem, you will need a router or switch that lets you connect more than one device to the Internet. Contact your Internet Service Provider for information about what router or switch will work with your modem. The router should support DHCP. Connect the router to your DSL/Cable Modem. Then connect the CapTel 840i to the router or switch using the Ethernet cable as shown below. 8 CONNECT TO YOUR INTERNET SERVICE Installation Help:
11 Case 2: Outlets Located in Separate Rooms If your Internet connection is located in a different room from where you plan to use your CapTel phone, choose one of the following examples that best matches your setting. Example 1: Use a wireless "WiFi" router (See page 13 for set up instructions). Installation Help: CONNECT TO YOUR INTERNET SERVICE 9
12 Example 2: Use Powerline Network Adapters Outlet should not have other devices plugged in. * Powerline Network Adapters (sold separately) are available from a computer electronics store or online at an additional cost. IMPORTANT: The Powerline Network Adapters cannot be plugged into a power strip, surge protector, extension cord or GFI-type outlet. They must be connected directly into the electrical wall outlet. 10 CONNECT TO YOUR INTERNET SERVICE Installation Help:
13 Example 3: Install an Ethernet Wall Jack Some newly-constructed homes are wired for Internet connectivity by having Ethernet cable jacks built right into a wall outlet (similar to how an electrical outlet or a telephone outlet would work). For approximately the same cost as buying Powerline Network Adapters, your telephone company or Internet Service Provider can install Ethernet jacks/wiring in your home or office directly in the room that you plan to use your new CapTel telephone. To learn more about this option, please contact your Internet Service Provider. Installation Help: CONNECT TO YOUR INTERNET SERVICE 11
14 Example 4: Extra Long Ethernet Cable You can use an extra long Ethernet cable (longer than the standard Ethernet cable that came with your CapTel telephone) to bridge the distance between your phone location and your Ethernet jack. Extra long Ethernet cables (sold separately) are available from a computer electronics store at an additional cost. 12 CONNECT TO YOUR INTERNET SERVICE Installation Help:
15 For Wireless/WiFi Installations If you have a wireless ( WiFi ) network in your home or office, your CapTel phone can connect to the Internet using the WiFi network. You do not need to plug in an Ethernet cable. To set up your CapTel for WiFi use, you will need to know the name of your wireless network (also called the SSID) as well as any passwords that may be necessary to access the network. The way you access your WiFi network with CapTel will be very similar to the way you access the network from a computer or mobile device. Installation Help: CONNECT TO YOUR INTERNET SERVICE 13
16 NOTE: If someone helped install the wireless network in your home or office, it may be helpful to consult with them as you set up your CapTel phone. 1. The display asks, Press YES for WiFi Setup. Press the YES button. 2. Your CapTel checks if any wireless networks have been used previously and are already saved in memory. If no previous networks are detected, CapTel scans for available networks in your location. 3. CapTel lists any WiFi networks detected, in order of the strongest signal strength to the weakest signal strength. Use the UP/DOWN arrows to highlight the wireless network you want to use. Press the YES button to select. SETUP - CONNECT TO INTERNET Please plug in Ethernet Cable. NOTE: CapTel may detect wireless networks in your location that you do not recognize such as a wireless network from a neighbor or nearby office. Be sure to select the SSID that matches your WiFi network. If you do not see the network you want listed, try moving your CapTel phone to an area closer to your wireless router and selecting Refresh Network List. CapTel will re-scan for available networks. See Troubleshooting for WiFi Networks on page 27 for additional directions. Or Press YES for WiFi Setup SSID Press YES for WiFi Setup SECURITY Ch. SIGNAL 2WIRE269 WPA 08 OfficeNet WPA 06 ACBRDBAND WPA 06 NETWORK1 WPA 04 Refresh Network List Enter Network Manually Press YES to Select a Wireless Network Press NO To Refresh Network List 14 CONNECT TO YOUR INTERNET SERVICE Installation Help:
17 4. If required, CapTel asks for the password to access your WiFi network. NOTE: Where to find your WiFi password? This is the same password you need to access the WiFi network from any computer or mobile device. The password (sometimes called a pass phrase or network key ) is assigned by your Internet Service Provider or by whomever set up your wireless network. In some cases, the password may be listed directly on your wireless router. Use the dialing pad to enter the letters or numbers of your password. Look for the letters listed on the number keys to know which number key to press. For some letters/numbers, you will need to press the number key several times until the correct letter/number appears on the display screen. For special characters (i.e., #, &, %) press the 1 key repeatedly. SETUP - WiFi Please Enter WPA Password: _ Press YES to Accept for Shift, for Backspace, # for Space TIP: Some passwords are case-sensitive. Press the UP button to shift lock for capital letters. Press the UP button again to return to lower case. Example: To enter the letter R, press the UP arrow button to set shift-lock to capital letters, then press the number 7 key three times until you see R on the display screen. NOTE: Depending on the type of security on your wireless network, you may not be asked to enter a password. TIP: After you have typed your password, double-check that you have all the letters and numbers listed correctly, and that any capital/lower case letters are entered properly. If the password is not correct, CapTel will not be able to connect to your WiFi network. 5. After you have entered the password, press the YES button to accept. CapTel will save your network settings, and connect to your wireless network. Installation Help: CONNECT TO YOUR INTERNET SERVICE 15
18 Entering a Network Manually If you do not see your network name in the list of available WiFi networks, you can manually enter the name of the network you want to use. 1. Use the DOWN arrows to highlight Enter Network Manually. Press the YES button to select. 2. Use the dialing pad to enter the name of the wireless network you want to use (also called the SSID ). Look for the letters listed on the number keys to know which number key to press. For some letters/numbers, you will need to press the number key several times until the correct letter/number appears on the display screen. For special characters (i.e., &, #. %) press the 1 key repeatedly. Example: To enter the letter R, press the UP arrow button to set shift-lock to capital letters, then press the number 7 key three times until you see R on the display screen. Please Enter the SSID: RayNETWORK2 _ SETUP - WiFi Press YES to Accept for Shift, for Backspace, # for Space TIP: Some network (SSID) names are case-sensitive. Press the UP button to shift lock for capital letters. Press the UP button again to return to lower case. Use the DOWN button to backspace. SSID SECURITY Ch. SIGNAL 2WIRE269 WPA 08 OfficeNet WPA 06 ACBRDBAND WPA 06 NETWORK1 WPA 04 Refresh Network List Enter Network Manually Press YES to Select a Wireless Network Press NO To Refresh Network List 3. Use the UP/DOWN buttons to highlight the type of Network Security on your WiFi network. Press the YES button to select. NOTE: If you don't know which Network Security to use, please check with the person who set up your WiFi network. SETUP - WiFi No Security WPA/WPA2 Security WEP Security Press YES to select or press NO to exit 16 CONNECT TO YOUR INTERNET SERVICE Installation Help:
19 4. If required, CapTel asks for the password to access your WiFi network. Use the dialing pad to enter the letters or numbers of your password. Look for the letters listed on the number keys to know which number key to press. For some letters/numbers, you will need to press the number key several times until the correct letter/number appears on the display screen. For special characters (i.e., #, &, $) press the 1 key repeatedly. SETUP - WiFi Please Enter WPA Password: _ Press YES to Accept for Shift, for Backspace, # for Space TIP: Some passwords are case-sensitive. Press the UP button to shift lock for capital letters. Press the UP button again to return to lower case. Example: To enter the letter R, press the UP arrow button to set shift-lock to capital letters, then press the number 7 key three times until you see R on the display screen. 5. Confirm that your password is listed correctly, then press the YES button to accept. 6. CapTel saves your wireless settings, and then connects to the wireless network that you specified. If you have any problems accessing your wireless network with CapTel, please see Troubleshooting on page 27 or contact CapTel Customer Service for help. SETUP - WiFi Checking Saved Configuration RayNETWORK2 Connecting to WiFi Network...OK Getting DHCP Information...OK Resolving Caption via DNS...OK Wireless Setup Complete NOTE: Once your CapTel phone connects to the Internet, it automatically checks to make sure that you have the most current software version. If needed, your phone will automatically update its software over the Internet connection. Watch the display screen to follow the progress. Your CapTel phone may reboot as part of the update process. Once the entire update process is completed, you will be able to continue with the installation. Installation Help: CONNECT TO YOUR INTERNET SERVICE 17
20 STEP 6 Setting the Date and Time To Set the Date and Time 1. CapTel shows you the current time and date setting. Use the UP or DOWN arrow buttons to move the blue highlight over the number that you want to change. 2. On the dialing pad, press the key that lists the number you want to use. Example: To set the time for 11:30, press the 1 key twice, then press the 3 key followed by the 0 key. TIP: To change the time from AM to PM, make sure the AM/PM section is highlighted, then press the 2 key for AM and the 7 key for PM. SET THE TIME AND DATE 12:13 AM 01/01/2012 Use 2 for AM Use 7 for PM Use the keypad to enter the Time and Date Press YES to accept or NO to exit SET THE TIME AND DATE 12:13 AM 10/15/2012 Use 2 for AM Use 7 for PM Use the keypad to enter the Time and Date Press YES to accept or NO to exit NOTE: When you enter the date setting, only the last two numbers in the year can be changed. 3. When you have set the time and date, press the YES button to save. 18 SETTING THE DATE AND TIME Installation Help:
21 STEP 8 Record a Personal Greeting Message for the Answering Machine (Optional) Before you begin making/receiving calls, you may want to record a personal greeting message for the CapTel 840i Answering Machine. If you do not want to record a personal greeting, the Answering Machine will use a pre-recorded greeting that says, Hello. No one is available to take your call. Please leave a message after the tone. To record a personal greeting message: 1. Press the YES button to see Options. 2. Press the DOWN button to highlight Answering Machine. Press YES to select.? OPTIONS Dial from Phone Book Answering Machine Call History Edit Phone Book Conversations Settings Press YES to select or press NO to exit Options 3. Press the DOWN button to highlight Greeting Message. Press YES to select. ANSWERING MACHINE Answering Machine On/Off Play Messages Clear All Messages Greeting Message Answer Ring Count Incoming Messages Press YES to select or press NO to exit Installation Help: RECORD A GREETING MESSAGE 19
22 4. Press the DOWN button to highlight Record New Greeting. Press YES to select. GREETING MESSAGE Play Current Greeting Record New Greeting Use Default Greeting 5. Lift the CapTel handset and watch the display screen to know when to start speaking. When you see the REC message, begin speaking into the handset to record your greeting message. 6. When you are finished, press the YES button to stop. Your new message will play back over the handset for you to review. If you d like to re-record your greeting, press the NO button to begin recording again. 7. When you are satisfied with your new greeting, hang up the telephone handset. CapTel will send out your personal greeting whenever the Answering Machine picks up an incoming call. Press YES to select or press NO to exit RECORD NEW GREETING Lift Handset to Record Greeting or Press NO to exit RECORD NEW GREETING Message Is Recording Speak Into the Handset Press YES to End Recording NOTE: For more information about the Answering Machine, please see the CapTel 840i How-to Guide. 20 RECORD A GREETING MESSAGE Installation Help:
23 Troubleshooting Problem with Power Problem: The display screen is blank. Press any of the buttons on the CapTel 840i dialing pad to confirm that the phone is not in sleep mode. The display screen should light up. Confirm that the power adapter is plugged completely into the socket on the back (top) edge of the CapTel 840i phone and into a working wall outlet or power strip/surge protector. If plugged into a power strip, confirm that the power strip is turned on. If plugged into a wall outlet, check whether a wall switch controls the outlet and, if so, make sure it is switched on. NOTE: Using an electrical outlet controlled by a wall switch is not recommended. Confirm that you are using the power adapter provided with the CapTel 840i ( mamps). Do not use a different power adapter than the one supplied with the CapTel 840i as this may damage the phone and will void the warranty. Installation Help: TROUBLESHOOTING 21
24 No Telephone Service The CapTel 840i needs to connect to the telephone service using an RJ11 jack/phone cord, like the one provided with the phone. The telephone connection can be to any land-line phone service, including: Standard analog service DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) filter recommended Digital Cable phone service VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) phone service FIOS (Fiber Optic Service) phone service The CapTel 840i does NOT work with digital Private Branch Exchange (PBX) systems found in some office environments, residential facilities, and hotels, unless an analog port is available. NOTE: The Ethernet connection with the CapTel 840i ONLY provides the captions. The CapTel 840i still requires telephone service to work. Connecting your CapTel 840i to the Internet via the Ethernet jack or via WiFi does not give you Internet phone service. Whatever type of telephone service you use is still needed to make and answer calls. Confirm that the telephone cord is plugged into the CapTel 840i and into your telephone wall outlet (or into your telephone service adapter/modem, if necessary). Lift the CapTel handset and listen for a dial tone. The Signal Meter on the display screen helps show if a dial tone is present (CAPTIONS button must be on). If there is no dial tone, unplug the phone cord and power for one minute, then plug back in. If a dial tone is not present, there may be a problem with your telephone service. Check whether other telephones in your home are working properly. Try a different telephone plugged into the same wall jack to confirm the jack is working properly. Confirm that you are using the telephone cord provided with the CapTel 840i. Is a number (such as 9 ) required to dial an outside line, as is common in office environments? If so, then you need to dial the 9 first before you can place a call. 22 TRO U B L E S H O OTI N G Installation Help:
25 Problem with Internet Access Problem: CapTel display screen says Check Network Settings Check that Internet access is working: Are you able to access the Internet via a computer in your home? If you get your Internet access through your Digital Cable service, check that your TV is still getting cable channels. If not, your cable service may be temporarily down, affecting your Internet service. Do you have to enter a password every time you access the Internet? If so, you may need to connect a router to your DSL or cable modem, and then connect the CapTel 840i to the router. If you ve plugged the CapTel 840i into a router, does your router support DHCP? Check the specifications in the instruction manual that came with your router. If your router only supports static IP addresses, contact Customer Service for assistance. Your Internet service provider may also be able to help you identify how your Internet service is configured. Check that your Internet modem (DSL modem or Digital Cable modem) supports DHCP. While most Internet modems support multiple protocols, some modems are set to only PPOE. CapTel 840i should be used with DHCP support. Your Internet service provider can confirm/adjust the modem settings for you. If you are installing CapTel in a business environment (or in a locked down environment), your network firewall security may be blocking communication from the network to your CapTel 840i. Please contact CapTel Customer Service for assistance setting up your CapTel phone to work with your network security. Installation Help: TROUBLESHOOTING 23
26 Problem: CapTel display screen says Waiting for Captions but nothing happens or the CapTel dialing keys/buttons seem unresponsive. Try resetting the CapTel phone by briefly unplugging the AC adapter and then plugging it back in. Wait for the logo screen to appear. The Captions button should be lit (press the Captions button to turn it on if needed). Try resetting the network connection by unplugging the CapTel AC adapter, then turning off the router and the Internet modem. Wait a minute, then turn on the modem (make sure it s fully reset, with lights going steady). This may take up to five minutes to fully reset. Next, turn on the router, making sure it is fully reset. Then plug in the CapTel 840i AC adapter, all in that order. Wait for the logo screen to appear. The Captions button should be lit (press the Captions button to turn it on if needed). Try electronically resetting the CapTel phone to its original factory default settings. Make sure you are at the idle screen (not in Options menu). Then, with the handset hung up, press on the dialing keypad (zero RESET). Press YES to reset. WARNING: This will delete any saved phone numbers or speed dial settings. 24 TROUBLESHOOTING Installation Help:
27 Problem with WiFi Network Problem: My WiFi network SSID does not appear in the list of available networks. If your network SSID is not included in the list of networks available, try moving your CapTel 840i to an area closer to your wireless router. As you try new locations, use the UP/DOWN arrow to highlight Refresh Network List and press the YES button to select. Your CapTel 840i will re-scan for WiFi networks within range. Look again to see if your network appears in the list of available networks. Try adding your network manually. Use the UP/DOWN arrow to highlight Enter Network Manually and press the YES button to select. Then, follow the instructions on page 16 to enter your network name and password if needed. Problem: CapTel display says, A Network Error Has Occurred Press the NO button to get more information about the type of problem. Please contact CapTel Customer service for assistance. Problem: CapTel display says: Router is out of range or invalid passphrase was entered Check that your wireless router is turned on. Confirm that you have entered the wireless password correctly, including upper and lower case letters if necessary. To re-enter your network password: Press the YES button to see OPTIONS Press the DOWN arrow repeatedly until Settings is highlighted. Press the YES button to accept. Press the DOWN arrow repeatedly until Network Settings is highlighted. Press the YES button to accept. Installation Help: TROUBLESHOOTING 25
28 Press the DOWN arrow until Change Network Connection is highlighted. Press the YES button to accept. CapTel asks if you are sure you want to leave this Network? Press YES to confirm. CapTel will scan for available WiFi networks, and display of list of networks within range. Use the UP/DOWN arrow buttons to highlight your WiFi network. When asked, carefully enter the wireless network password on the dialing keypad, using the guidelines on page 15. When you are finished entering the password, double-check that everything is spelled correctly and that upper/lower case letters are listed properly. Press YES to accept. Check that the signal strength of your wireless router is strong enough to reach the CapTel phone. To check: Press the YES button to see OPTIONS Press the DOWN arrow repeatedly until Settings is highlighted. Press the YES button to accept. Press the UP/DOWN arrow repeatedly until Network Settings is highlighted. Press the YES button to accept. Confirm that View Current Network is highlighted. Press the YES button to accept. 26 TROUBLESHOOTING Installation Help:
29 CapTel shows information about the current WiFi setup. Check the signal strength diagram next to the Power setting. This indicates how strong the signal strength is between the CapTel and your wireless router. The more bars that are colored in, the stronger the signal strength. CURRENT NETWORK INFORMATION SSID: 2WIRE269 Security: WPA-PERSONAL Channel: 8 Power: -48dBm Press NO to exit If the signal strength is very low, your phone may be too far away from the wireless router to establish a reliable connection. Try moving your CapTel phone to a location closer to your wireless router. Then, repeat this process to check the Current Network Settings again to determine if the signal strength can be increased. Please call CapTel Customer Service for additional assistance: Installation Help: TROUBLESHOOTING 27
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