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You have unheard messages on the voicemail system provided by your telephone company. This system records messages when someone calls while you're already on the phone. Please contact your telephone company for instructions on accessing their voicemail system.
"DECT 6.0" is the generic name for the digital cordless technology used, not a particular phone model number. You'll need to look at the back or bottom of your phone's base unit for a sticker with the actual model number. Once you have your model number, you can download a copy of the manual from VTech here. Just find your model and click to download.
From the manual: Your phone is designed to work with most local and regional telephone service provider's voice messaging systems, providing alerts on both the handset and telephone base when new messages come in. Voice messaging is a subscription service, available through most service providers, for a fee. Contact your local telephone company for more information.
The flashing message light may be telling you there is voice mail on your telephone line. If you have "home voice mail" or whatever your phone service provider calls their service, you're told of new message by a stutter dialtone. That is, when you pick up your phone to make a call, you hear two or three brief bursts of dialtone before it goes steady. Many new phone systems start flashing their message light when there are waiting messages so that you'll know about them if you don't pick up your phone. Follow whatever procedure your provider gives (usually you call a local access number) to pick up your messages, and that light should quit blinking.
Check call waiting feature with mobile provider on number of rings to voice mail.
Many problems repaired with booting phone (holding on/off button down till screen logo comes on & removing charged battery cleaning contact connections on phone and battery with DRY SYnthetic NOT cotton cloth ideally clean battery with alcohol swab let dry before returning to phone
ACCORDING TO THE MODEL NUMBER THIS PHONE DOES NOT HAVE AN ANSWERING DEVICE. IF YOU HAVE VOICEMAIL - YOU MUST HAVE THE PHONE COMPANY'S SERVICE FOR VOICE MAIL. IF YOU HAVE A STUTTERED DIALTONE WHEN YOU HAVE MESSAGES THEN IT PROBABLY COMES FROM YOUR TELEPHONE COMPANY. CALL THE PHONE COMPANY AND ASK FOR INSTRUCTIONS TO CHANGE THE GREETING ON VOICEMAIL.