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Some cordless phones will give non stop beeps to indicate that the battery reached its lifespan and can no longer get fully charged. replace battery. If battery is okay, check for sticky key on keypad? You'll be surprise how often the keys you press get stuck in its seat - same thing happens to computer keyboards then the computer beeeeeeps and the user has no idea why. Always keep all phones off your desk when you having your coffee :) Can turn into a sticky mess if you spill :) You can clean your phone keypad with a quck dry solution available at computer shops as it is also used to clean between the keys of the computer keyboard. its called the "All purpose computer cleaning spray"
You have an (unfixable) LCD screen problem - the Liquid Crystal Display is dying (or broken by impact). The best you can do (without a spare LCD screen and soldering/electronic repair skills) is hope that there's a workaround that lets you use the phone without the LCD screen working.
Exploring a workaround: call the cordless from your cell phone, and see if you can answer by just using the keypad - if so, then the cordless works and it can be used until the whole phone dies (rather than just the LCD screen). Most consumers just end up buying a new cordless about every year since these units take too much accidental abuse to last long. If you decide to scrap the unit, save the battery for recycling at your nearest Home Depot. They accept old rechargeable batteries of any type - NiCad types used in cordless phones are especially toxic (the (heavy metal) cadmium poisons spermatogenesis). Even better, save the battery for your other GE 25932 5.8 GHz cordless phone - if you have a pair, then its mate's battery is old too.
Panasonic KX-TG1050N Cordless Phone. Base handset (No. 1, KX-TGA100N) does not work, no keypad response or dial tone. Green indicator message light ON (should only work with the TG1000N base unit) all the time till battery runs down. Display shows message ?C533?. Can still send and receive calls on extension phones 2 and 3.
press "mute" key to access menu, press the up or down arrow key labeled "caller ID- volume" until you get to "handset setup", press the "mute" key again, press the down or up arrow until you have "defaultsetting" selected, press "mute" key, press "1", then press "mute" once more. At this point your handset will reset clearing the indicator for all the handsets. I've had to do this twice on my phones and it worked every time.
For the 6.0 gig phones, the manual explains in the handset set-up how to turn the keypad beep on and off. I rather like it as it serves as an audible indicator that the key was hit. Otherwise it is possible to have missed a digit. Of course, you can see the number on the display, but who looks?