- Often overlooked but it seems that most power-related issues
occur the day after the cleaning people have done their job, or you
rearranged your desk before leaving the night before.
- Check your connections on the back of the computer - sometimes moving things on the desktop will pull something out.
- Follow the cords to the power strip, UPS or wall outlet and make sure that they are plugged in firmly.
you are plugged into a power strip, make sure that the strip does not
have a switch and if it does, that it is on. The same is true for UPS's.
- Make sure that something else on that SAME power strip or outlet is working (like a clock or a lamp).
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CFP Systems Support Team-
Phones not working
Many phones today are connected by an Ethernet cable and sometimes with a power cable as well (depending on if the phone is PoE (Power over Ethernet), or not). Check the back/ bottom of your phone to see if it has one or two cables plugged into it ...
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