Question about Lands Phones
I do not get any signal on my verizon cell phone at my house or very little in my town. I have had the phone for at least 3 years and it is very aggervating when I go to answer the phone and I have to run around like chicked with its head cut off to find a spot that will work before my phone is dead. I went to a Verizon store and they checked my phone and said I needed a new up dated phone. I will not buy another phone when this one never worked properly. As soon as the contract is finished I am going with another service if this is not fixed imediatly.
Marilyn Gaideski cell # 574 360 0514 my home phone number is:
269 687 9540
SOURCE: LG vx8300-after getting a new
Is the battery the same type as the previous one? If not try to find if the one you have purchased can be used with your phone. In the case the battery is compatible with your phone, since you are having problems, just return it to the store you bought it from, cause there is high chance it is destroyed.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
SOURCE: no dial tone
Try disconnecting all units plugged into telephone service. ie. phones, computers, fax machine, sat. rec etc. Then take a known working wired phone to check for dial tone in each of the jacks. Plugging in each unit one at a time, you should be able to find your bad equipment. Disconnect bad equipment and reconnect remaining.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
SOURCE: House Phone not working
It's not an assumption, it's fact. It's not their problem, it's yours, since you get dialtone at the box.
With a meter or continuity checker, you could figure out if there is a short in the wire. Without those items, the best way to check it is to first look for a broken wire right at the interface. Then, if that's not it, plug the jack into the protector and IMMEDIATELY go to a phone and see if you hear dial tone. It will go to a busy if you wait too long. If you hear dial tone, then you probably have something off the hook or using the line. If it's still dead, then you probably have an open wire or short.
Technical training is beyond the scope of this forum, but a "cheap" meter (VOM) from the "Shack" is probably less than $15. If you unplug the line from the box outside and set the reading to ohms, your meter should read infinity or no resistance on an idle line. After you get that condition and plug the line back in, a meter shold read 48-52 DC volts on a working phone line.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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