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Possible short on the line.find the network interface on the back or side of the house(usually next to the power meter).open it up, disconnect the small cord and plug your phone in (phone should be corded) have someone call you.if the phone rings 2 times, chances are it is the telephone comany side. call the telephone co.if it rings normally, it is on your side.fix it yourself, call someone else or call the telephone co.(ex att installer 34 yrs)
Your system has been programed by your alarm company for remote programing by their techical department. They can access your system to change codes, reset your system's time/date and do remote diagnostics. Most security system manufacturers allow this remote access by having the security system answer the telephone after so many rings, the security system then picks up and waits for a frequency tone from the security dealer's computer. Once this occurs the dealer can access your system. Your dealer may have to change the program settings if this is causing interference. A second possibility is do you have remote access to your system? Some systems have the ability for the home owner to remotely access their system from any outside telephone. This allows the customer to arm/disarm their system while away from home. This could be causing your problem.
The ringing you hear when you dial your phone number is not actually your phone ringing but a machine at the phone company designed to give you something to listen to while they connect your call. I would say that your phone number is working, just not at your house. You need to call repair to trace your phone line and get it connected properly. Good luck
place on base the will register your handset but make sure battery is charged now to deregister hold # end call button together for 8 seconds follow instructions for deregistering then once done place on handset to register
is the ringer on the base or phone on? check that first.if that's ok, then plug a regular corded phone into the phone jack and see if there is dial tone.if there isn't any, try other jacks in the house. if still not working, call your phone company.
OU might need to deregister the hand set first by holding down the red
end (hang up key) and keep it down while holding the # key. If
deregister wont work use base unavailable and yes, you are sure twice.
List the handset numbers of those working handsets
Using a WORKING handset follow these directions
If you want to register the handset to a different base or
replace a handset with another one, you must first clear the
registration information from the base and the handset.
1. Press and hold [ ] and [#] for
at least 5 seconds, until the
SYSTEM RESET menu
2. Select the DEREGISTER HS
submenu. WHICH HANDSET?
appears in the display.
3. Move the cursor to select the handset ID to be de-registered
from the list, and then press the OK soft key. DEREGISTER HS
appears. CHOSE A NUMBER THAT IS NOT ONE OF YOUR WORKING HANDSETS
4. Move the cursor to select YES, and then press the OK soft key.
When ARE YOU SURE? appears, select YES. You will hear a
PUT THE HANDSET IN THE BASE CHARGER AND IT SHOULD REGISTER
Had the same trouble reset the phone to defaults and do not register handset. Enter the area code and program the ringer volume. Use the PROG (MUTE PROG) key & the CALLERID-VOLUME buttons to make selections in the menu on the screen. to save the setting press the PROG key.