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Our toshiba phone system has bad reception

The incoming sound is too quiet, makes it very difficult to hear the caller.

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You can raise the volume on the handset.
is it the ringing or the caller?
When you are the phone with the caller raise the VOL^ button.
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Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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