DO YOU EVER USE CALL FOWARDING? I DONT KNOW WHAT YOUR 2 DIGIT NUMBER IS WHERE YOUR AT. IT MAY BE THE SAME ALL OVER, TRY PUSHING THE NUMBERS *73. THATS THE 2 DIGIT NUMBERS TO DEACTIVATE CALL FOWARDING. WHEN MY CALL FOWARDING IS ON, IT GIVES HALF A RING.
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This article will explain what to do if you can't make or receive calls using your HomePhone (landline). ... If it rings normally, skip to step 3. If you hear an engaged tone ora recorded voice saying the number is not available, ... If you have a dial tone and can make a call when your phone is plugged into one socket but not ...
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Extension call forwarding is controlled by a timer, and they put these things in the manual. If your CF after 2 rings is from a call to a specific extension, from that extension, dial *713 and a 2 digit number from 00-99 seconds on the intercom. Start with 18.
If your call forwarding is from intercept, then you have a system programming issue and need to look in the installer's manual or check with your system programmer.
you more than likely have "short rings" turned on, in the options of that phone. you'll have to go into the options menu, and look for setting that pertain to ringing and / or rings or ring length.....DON'T change DTMF tones though, that'll get annoying, as thats what you hear when you are calling someone else. hope this helps.
sounds like your having a couple of problems at the same time. the lines only ringing at station 1 is the default setting of the system my guess is that the time and date are also way off if thats the case.
To change the ringing on a prostar 816 you first need to be at a display set (doesn't matter what the extension number is). with the handset down enter #20 the screen should say MMC DISABLED 1) enter in 1 2 3 4 1 # (that enables programming) 2) enter in #62 the screen should say day ring assn 3) press the line you wish to program 4) press the buttons for the extensions that you wish to ring (the ones in the right next to the handset) 5) press # when finished with the line 6) repeat steps 2 through 5 for the remainder of the lines you wish to change press #when finished.
next, the problem with the cordless not working has to do with the port programming, in default it assigns all ports as multiline sets.
To assign a SLT(single line telephone) port to the system while still in program mode dial #38 the screen should say slt dial type and then 16 0's.
0 = keyset 1=slt set
enter in all 16 digits followed by the # i.e.if your cordless is on port 7 it would look like 0000001000000000 #
lastly the phone that can no lnger recieve calls sounds like the do not disturb or DND has been pressed to stop the alarm from ringing. press the mute/dnd button (light should be off). to cancel an alarm press the ALM/SD button twice and then the hold button.
hope that helps out.
YOUR batteries are bad and not giving full current to phone.Clean charging contact and see battery gets full charge. IFthe battery indicator will show full charge due to voltage but once if you remove battery and put it again indicator will be minimum. then replace batttery.
To change the ringing on a prostar 816 you first need to be at a display set (doesn't matter what the extension number is). with the handset down enter #20 the screen should say MMC DISABLED 1) enter in 1 2 3 4 1 # (that enables programming) 2) enter in #62 the screen should say day ring assn 3) press the line you wish to program 4) press the buttons for the extensions that you wish to ring (the ones in the right next to the handset) 5) press # when finished with the line 6) repeat steps 2 through 5 for the remainder of the lines you wish to change The code for hold recall is #52 enter in your hold recall time in sec. and in a 3 digit format. i.e. 30 seconds = 030 a minute and a half is 090 and so on. press # when finished
it sounds like the memory battery on the main board is no longer working which means that it'll happen again.
Regarding the Philips SE445 cordless phone/answerphone. I posted my problem where it rings 4 times then continues to ring without cutting into the answerphone. My phone is now fixed and working as it should which is great. I was unable to make calls because I had no dial tone and although Virgin checked my line and said it was fine, it obviously wasn't. The problem was with the line in the Exchange Box - the big green boxes that are located on the roadside - the line was broken there. Once fixed, I had my dial tone and the SE445 is working perfectly. To nomad1066, I would insist that BT check their Exchange Boxes as this is probably where the problem lies. Check whether you have a dial tone. Hope this helps.