Question about Lands Phones
The only thing I can see when searching for a solution is that if you have different types or makes of phones in the house and they communicate trough antennas, instead of all pluging into the line. it may be the cause of your problem. The phone is getting confused. the posts I read about this issue all call for a hard reset. just an idea see if in the manual it can be switched to an alternate channel to eliminate the frequency mix up, it also could be coming from a neighboors phone if within 150 feet, that woul really explain it. good luck, Gym
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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