Question about Sony SPP N1025 Cordless Phone (spp-n1025)
I can't see who's calling, or who I'm calling...it sucks! Think theres any way to fix it? The phones pretty old, is it even worth screwing around with? Thanks!
If your phone worked fine and this problem just started happening and seems to be getting worse, I would change the battery, even if the charge light indicates that the battery is charging and you "think" the battery is charged.
Most of these weird problems that start occurring in a phone that always worked fine are caused by the battery goinf dead. You can buy a replacement battery on ebay for like $6-$7 with shipping for most models of cordless phones. I sort of rehab cordless phones that I get at yard sales and at goodwills and sell them on ebay. Out of 50 or 60 so far, I have never found a broken one. I have found, however, plenty of phones that initially display all sorts of weird symptoms which are ALWAYS -- and i mean always -- fixed by a new battery. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
You need to make sure you have programmed your area code...check the manual for setting up caller ID. You can search for the manual on line...go to Retrevo.com
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
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