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Go to Settings > SOUND > Silent mode (No sounds except media and alarms). If this is ticked (on), it means umts smartphone alarm will sound even if you make the phone silent. Regarding the loud sound even after reducing ringer volume, no idea for this.
When someone calls you and your phone behaves this way, does the caller get disconnected? The phone may be causing this, but it may also be due to trouble in the telephone line itself. The trouble is caused by defective wiring, a partial short circuit. When you pick up your phone to call out, the voltage on the phone line is low and it works normally. When you get an incoming call, a high voltage is sent to ring the phone. Because of the partial short, the phone company's equipment thinks you've answered the call as soon as the ringing starts. But you haven't picked up the phone, so the phone company's equipment thinks you've hung up and disconnects the call. The result is that short burst of ringing.
Disconnect the cordless phone base unit from the line and try another phone. If you still have the trouble this confirms the line is at fault. You'll need to contact your phone service provider for service. If it's in the outside wiring, they're responsible for repair. If the problem is in your home wiring, you may need to pay them unless you have a wiring maintenance plan.
If the problem goes away when the cordless base is disconnected, then it's time for a new phone.
The damage is not to the phone line it is to the phones. Unfortunately this is very common with powered phones as they are almost never kept on surge protectors and are very fragile. You will need to purchase a new base station to use with existing phones.
I 'mixed' two sets by not pluggin the 2nd base unit into the phone line, thus treating it as just another remote. Then I registered each remote into the one base unit and they all work fine. Try re-registering the entire set of phones to one base unit. Make sure it's a base unit that supports that many remotes.
Hi,i'm hamed from IRAN I have a panasonic phone model:KX-TC1282JXB and it has a problem: Discharge very soon the battery and recharge hardly or phone can't recharge it !?
<< My dicovery solution worcking 100% >>
1-remove battery from remote-handel. +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 2-create two wires. +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 3-the jumper of battery must have two wires(red & black). +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 4-contact you're created wires to jumper of battery. +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 5-be careful! now you must connect two wires to base of phone where the remote-handel settle there at below be exist two slots "phase+" and "null-".
note: when you connect correct,the green lamp must be shining. Recommend: (near slot by base keyboard connect black wire) and (other slot connect red wire). +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 6-connected battery must be take between 45min - 75min.
note: the battery to be warm don't worry, just control to pass time. +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 7-then release base and battery form two wires. +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 8-connect the battery to remote-handel,you can see it has charged for minimum amount (one-unit) +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ 9-finally connect remote-handel to the base for give full charge,it take between 8h - 12h. +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++ +++++
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I have the vtech dect6.0 with one answering system and two remote docking systems.I can phone out from the remotes but cannot receive incoming calls from the remote.When I pick up the remote to receive the phone immediately shuts off.
Quickly, return this Phone is you still have a chance, my small business used this phone for EXACLY 2 years, and now all lines are DEAD, NOT A SINGLE ONE WORKING. LINE ONE AND THREE HAVE NO DIAL TONE EXCEPT EXTREMELY LOUD STATICS. AND LINE 2 AND 4 ARE TOTALLY MUTED.
A lot of my customers are complaining about not being able to reach me in my office.
I think this may be the answer. With multiple handsets reading "Please register" and a "working" base station (w ith dial tone). If you bring the remote units to the base station and place them on hte base, they will register and stay registered after you return them to the remote base. It doesn't say this anywhere in the instructions as it gives you the impression the remotes will register from their own base.