Question about Vtech Lands Phones
Try taking the cover off of your phone jack and reversing the two wires that are running to the actual jack that your phone line plugs into. There is very little voltage, so you have little worry of any kind of shock. Reversing these wires should fix your problem. Hope this proves to be of use. Have a great morning!
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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