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Check for dialing tone by pressing 'Talk On' phone button. If no tone, check cord at base station and the phone socket is correctly plugged in at both ends using the original cord supplied. If still no dial tone, check the phone at another phone connection to establish if either the phone or the line is faulty. Address for Binatone support at this link: http://binatoneglobal.com/support/
Which make and model of phone is it?
Are you pressing the green call button beforew you try to enter the number you are calling?
You should enter the number first, then press 'green'
You wont hear a dial-tone like a landline phone
The "hands free" button would need to be pushed on the phone you are calling. This will make the phone answer when an internal call comes in to that extension. Outside calls will still act normally and ring the phone, then go to voicemail. the downside is that it is difficult for fellow employees to leave you a voicemail since your phone answers to intercom on all internal calls when "hands free" is pressed. If all you are talking about is paging through the phones, pressing 621 will page through the phones with a 3 digit dial plan and 6201 on a 4 digit dial plan.
Button on side is not for answering calls.
PTT or Push To Talk allows you to use your mobile like a walkie talkie. It is dependant on your network operator running the service.
Quote from Pocket lint: To use the function you must first create a group or individual in your phone menu and send an SMS invitation to those you wish to join. Once your contacts are set up, your phone shows which members have their handsets switched on with push-to-talk enabled, in the same way that instant messaging works online. By pushing a single button on the handset, you are connected with one person or with your group. There is no need to dial numbers, nor do the recipients need to answer calls. You simply push a button and talk. As with a walkie-talkie, anyone in the group hears you almost instantaneously. The talking is one way with only one person able to speak at a time. Unlike walkie-talkies, which are infuriatingly dependent on distance, push-to-talk has no such limitations.
You should be able to disable PTT in the Nokia menu, which is best if your network doesn't support it. Plus you won't keep cutting off calls.
the circut inside is acting up and will need repair, this can happen whenthe batterys are low in the phones and the base does not detect them , also the detect circut coud be bad , and or the automatic pick up circut for the answering machine