I've had poor response from the keyboard on this handset for a long time - mostly contact bounce. I have to rpess the key very hard before it respondes, and often it then enters the number twice. Hence frequent mis-dialling.
I think it's dirty contacts under the keys: skin oils get down underneath. I have contact cleaner, but am not sure how to get the case apart. I have tried removing the two small Phillips screws at the battery end, but there are hidden fixings some where, and I don't want to break it.
Any ideas please, anybody?
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That sounds like a handset model, from any of a range of DECT Plus systems?
Panasonic phone support is horrible, but they're pretty good about keeping manuals available on their Panasonic.com (may need to select USA) support site. Search the model number not of the handset, but the system found on the bottom of the main base unit.
There are enough versions and configurations that it's hard to guess specifics, but those series generally have the ability to power the base from a handset during power failures. There could be a need to reset something, or bad batteries or connectors in the handset in the base. Try swapping which handset is left in the base, and inspect the batteries in all handsets (sometimes removing them shows corrosion, or cleans a bad contact just from handling). Most of those use regular AAA NiMH batteries, and so they're pretty easy and cheap to replace if needed.
Most times the connectors are just enough away from contact point. See if you are able to place a flat thin screwdriver to bring the tabs Foward a bit do not over pry as to not break prong. This should work also scrape connectors with same screw driver to bring original copper back
You apparently have call-forwarding activated. The exact procedure for deactivating it may vary by company, but in most cases you simply dial *73 on your phone (the Panasonic, not your cell). Contact your telephone company (the landline) for exact instructions.
Echoes are created when you have a delay and has nothing to do with your local handset cordless or wired. It is the carrier that you are using that may be responsible for this problem. You need to contact your long distance carrier for this problem.
I am so tired of all the answers that don't help by repeating standard answers that you already know won't work or giving directions for a totally different product. The fix here is simple but not easy. It's either a bad charging/battery connection, a bad battery or both. Low power will cause the exact problem asked here.
As the phones get older, and I'm specifically talking about Panasonic cordless KX-TG563x but this may be true of other rechargeable devices, the metal contacts for charging and battery do not make a good connection like they used to. They may look perfectly fine and free of corrosion but are not actually making a good connection.
Symptoms include the phone getting hot while charging and not holding a good charge. The phone may show 3 bars of charge but still blank out like the battery is dying. With these Panasonic phones, weak battery will cause the phone to unregister and will give false charge level readings in the display. If your phone gets hot when charging, this is most likely your problem.
I had this problem with several handsets and used contact cleaner on the charge base, the phone contacts, the battery contacts inside the phone and on the battery itself. It fixed all the registration, heating and charging problems. I had one stubborn handset I had to clean multiple times but it's now working like new as well. I used DeoxIt contact cleaner from Caig, bought it on eBay. Great stuff. If repeated cleaning of the contacts with a good contact cleaner does not fix the phone, replace your battery. Use contact cleaner on your new battery for best connection. Ebay is a good source for replacement batteries as well. Good luck!
vonage gives you a personal voicemail.
You should contact them and find out how to retrieve it first. If you have your companys voicemail on the panasonic you should also make sure that vonage voicemail get longer waiting time.
Panasonic KX-TG1050N Cordless Phone. Base handset (No. 1, KX-TGA100N) does not work, no keypad response or dial tone. Green indicator message light ON (should only work with the TG1000N base unit) all the time till battery runs down. Display shows message ?C533?. Can still send and receive calls on extension phones 2 and 3.