iPhone 4s Problem

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BobH
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iPhone 4s Problem

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My iPhone 4s has started ringing once then going to a busy signal (or so I'm told). I don't know how or why this happening. In looking around at settings, I can find nothing that references this. Also, searching on the Internet fails to turn up anything.

Can any of you iPhone mavens tell me what to check to fix this?

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Look at the top left, next to the battery icon. Do you see a half moon? If so, 'Do not disturb' has probably been turned on. You can turn it off in Settings.
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Thank you, Hans!

The first thing I checked was the Do Not Disturb setting because I've run afoul of it before. Alas, that is not the culprit this time.
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Let's see if one of our iPhone users has a better suggestion...
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Does a reboot not fix the issue? (I know it sounds cliche....but..)
Press and hold the Home button (big circle below the screen) and the Sleep/Wake button (on top of the iPhone) simultaneously. Slide to switch off.
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Another thing that you could check is if you have call barring activated?
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