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Speaker on one handset does not function

We have had this phone for about two years, and the speaker has been fine. Suddenly, it no longer functions.

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SOURCE: GE 21008GE2-A Dual-Handset cordless phone

Here's what seemed to work for me.

Hit the button that says ringer. then hit the number 1
then hit the button marked program (it is also the
mute button). Some combination of those moves
helped me go from Ringer OFF to Ringer ON.

Rocky on the River

Posted on Jan 13, 2008

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SOURCE: My cordless phones need to be registered

Press menu button, the LED readout should say "press pager button and wait for beep".
I have a GE21900FE1 and it worked perfectly

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

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