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Telstra 7100. we had a power cut and now the phone just flashes with base 1 ....no dialing tone ect help

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  • sharmeenz Dec 30, 2008

    i recently got this telstra 7100 from the goodguys and the power wa off and now the phones just flash base 1 on all the three units , its now a long holiday and i cant fix the p problem please help

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Disconnect the phone line leaving the power supply still plugged in. Next page the handset from the base unit hold and press button until it bleeps (remove the handset from the base unit first). press menu and scroll down to register.... press menu .....scroll down to select base... press menu then press 1. This should reset the phone. Failing that you can ring customer services the number will be on the bottom of the base unit.

Regards Sheena.

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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