When a contact tries to call me on FaceTime, they are told I'm not available. In settings, it's turned on and I can call them with no problem immediately after they've tried calling me. Any ideas?

Facetime tells my contacts I'm not available. My FaceTime is turned on in settings and  I'm able to FaceTime them immediately after they've tried calling me. Any ideas what I'm missing? 

Try going to settings and turning FaceTime off, then back on again.  A hard reset may also help(hold down the power button and the home button together until you see the Apple logo)

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