Tip & How-To about Panasonic KX TGA400B Cordless Expansion Handset
Choppy Transmit is a common problem in this model phone. It is important to remember that you cannot hear the problem in the phone that has the problem as it is only in the transmitted signal. The problem is usually intermittent and effected by heat and humidity changes as well as vibration. If you experience the problem it will not permanently go away on it's own and will only get worse. As Choppy Transmit progresses, not only will your callers be extremely annoyed, bit it will start to effect the operation of the phone. The base unit will loose communication with the handset and may report it as out of range. You should also be aware that the base unit can also have the same problem. When your base unit has Choppy Transmit it will effect the sound quality in all, or most, of your cordless handsets. Once again... you cannot hear the problem in the phone that has the problem. This will often confuse people into repairing or replacing the wrong part. If you have noticed a problem with Choppy Transmit you will need to have the phone serviced. It will never just go away and you can never tell when it has returned.
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