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Panasonic cordless handsets all say line in use

All my handsets say Line in Use even though nobody is on the phone, no fax is coming through and no phones are off the hook.

Have Panasonic KX-TGA541S and Panasonic KX-TGA560M and have never had this problem before.

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  • fionaw Nov 14, 2008

    Both my Panasonic cordless phone hand sets say 'line in use', there is no ring tone and I can't call out. What is going on?

  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2008

    my handset says line in use

  • Anonymous Dec 12, 2008

    This just happened to my cordless Panasonic phones too, is there anything that you can do?

  • khrussell Dec 13, 2008

    all phonbes say line in use

  • Anonymous Dec 18, 2008

    same problem as above" line in use" on, can't call in or out with kx tg 1034 I plug in my old phone and it works fine. The panasonic is brand new.

  • lateforthesk Mar 03, 2009

    I'm having the same problem with my Panasonic phone. I was at this site and went to take the batteries out and try the solution, and the phone was working . It's been saying "line in use" all day. Now the phone has a strange buzz on it, but it's working.

    It doesn't seem like it could be the "memory stuck" thing because it comes and goes? Oh my.



  • tlc9 Mar 18, 2009

    I had the same thing happen this morning - no phones off hook. I will try the solution listed here. I hope it works. Panasonic cordless.

  • piegirltoo Apr 29, 2009

    Same problem here. The offered solution didn't work for me.

  • Anonymous May 02, 2009

    My phone hasent rang all day and i thought that was really wired because i have my own buisness and it is always ringing and when i looked at my phone it said line in use i took all the batteries out and unplugged the phone jack and everything and even tried my land line phone and nothing please help me!!

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I had the same problem. Something makes the phone's memory get "stuck."  Take the battery out of the phone for a minute and then put it back. Then unplug the phone and plug in again. You need to do this with all extensions. The problem goes away. 

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Better late than never. I had the same problem with Panasonic phone and Nettalk service. The problem with the "INUSE" was fixed by removing the phone line connection to my DirectTV DVRs. Once I did that, the phone immediately was ready for use.

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Return to the manufacturer for replacement. I've spent hours on this and have had my line tested. It's a base station fault.

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I had this problem as well. Take the battery out of the phone for a minute or two and then put it back in. Unplug the the phone (jack and power supply) including all extensions, then plug them in again. This should work. I worked for me.

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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    Randy Atlas Feb 22, 2012

    We were having this problem at work. I tried this suggestion and it did seem to work. But then the same problem came back the next day. Not sure what to do next. Maybe replace the batteries? (although the extensions have been working fine until this problem, and they have not lost battery power as far as I can tell)

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This has happen to me twice. The first time a dog had chewed the extension lead for the base phone. Replaced the lead and it worked.The second time I thought it was the same problem with the lead that went through a door and the door had damaged the lead, so replaced the lead, but it didn't fix it. Got another phone and tested the upstairs jacks and there was no dial tone so called Telecom to fix. The weird thing was I still had internet and email access so I didn't think it was a problem at their end. Seems there was a fault at the exchange and our phones are all working again now.

Posted on Aug 07, 2010

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SOURCE: out of range shows on main handset of cordless phone

Unplug the battery. Hold down The * (star) and the #(hash) keys simultaneously. Re-connect the battery, phone will beep and screen will be blank. Press the voicemail (righthand silver key under the lcd screen). As above EEPROM/RAM message will appear. Place handset on base and your problem is solved.

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SOURCE: Error message CHECK TEL LINE

This sort of issue requires you to check if the base or the phone line has a problem.

I prefer to use an old corded phone for testing. I also get a new RJ-11 cable. Unplug your phone base from the jack and check for dial tone when you plug in your test phone.

If you get a dial tone on the test phone, try the new cable with your cordless phone. If you still get that message, then the phone has failed. If it is under warranty, contact the manufacturer for repairs. If it is out of warranty, then determine if it is worth fixing or replacing. These phones are not designed to be fixed by the end user.

If you do not have a dial tone, take your test phone to another jack on the phone line. Check if there is a dial tone at that point. If there is a dial tone, the problem is at the first jack or the phone line to the jack.

If you still do not have a dial tone at the second jack, find where your telephone service comes in. Open the box and determine the type of connection used. If you are lucky, it will have RJ-11 connections. Plug your test phone into the jack and check for a dial tone. If you do not have a dial tone at this point, call your telephone company. They will fix the problem for free. If you find that the connection is not an RJ-11 type, call the phone company and have them test the line and repair it if needed.

If you have a dial tone at the service box, then you have an inside wiring problem. Inspect the visible wires for damage. Open the faceplates for the jacks and check for loose wires. There are two types of connectors. Screw type connectors need the wire stripped back a little then wrap around the screw and tighten. The other type is a punchdown jack. To repair a loose wire in this, you will need a punchdown tool. These are often available in hardware/home improvement stores in the wiring section. http://www.lanshack.com/wire_phone_jack.aspx has clear pictures of the wire color to pin pattern.

You may want a professional to check the wires inside the walls. Your telephone provider will do this for a fee.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(who has had outside phone line problems due to rodents chewing on wires, road crews digging just a little too much, and lightning damaging a DSL filter.)

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