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Where can I get help with using my IP Telephone?
  
IP Telephone User guides

  
Please see the attached guides below on how to use your Cisco IP phone.

In some scenarios your Cisco IP phone may become unresponsive. This can happen for a number of reasons but can be easily rectified.

The simplest and best way to restart a Cisco IP phone is to unplug it from the network and plug it back in. This can be achieved by following the process in the PDF 'IP Phone Restart' attached below.

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Modified 24/01/2017