You have a conflict with the route patter 4.!# and either another route pattern on an extension. The CM won't giver the second dial tone unless it can differentiate between the 2 numbers.
FXS ports don't normally send digits. They are designed to plug handsets int, and there was no foreseen reason to send a string of DTMF digits towards an on hook phone that is still ring. They are not the ideal way of trunking to a PBX.
That said, more recent versions of IOS will allow FXS ports to send digits out.
Remember that a POTS dial peer will strip any explicitly matched digits on the destination pattern, so you may need to reconfigure the destination pattern to use wildcard matching or use the foward-digits command to send the digits out.
However, this then assumes the PBX has special DID cards on it to actually receive the digits that the router sends. If it doesn't you will send the digits into a PBX trunk that will simply ignore them - it is more interested in the fact the FXS port is sending a 80VAC ring signal.
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