Maybe there is a burden for the signals. Try to move your phone's mother unit. Avoid thick walls or something that would interfere with something that would bother your phone;s signals. Or may be try to move away your phne unit to any magnetic appliances that may cause some intereference
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The 27831 isn't an answering machine. Please refer to the documentation for the answering machine you have on your phone line. If you require further assistance, please add a comment to this question and specify the make and model of your answering machine.
Hello mdellarusso. Disconnect the power to your phonebase. Remove the battiers from the portables. If the battiers are over 2years old replace them. Wait for 10minutes. Reconnect the base AC power, reinsert battiers and place on their chargers. Perform an operational test. If test fails I suggest a replacement system. Good Luck.
on the phone that says, 'out of range' you need to select MENU then scroll down to the option that says REGISTER and select that. Then go to your BASE UNIT and push and hold the PAGE button until the 'bad' phone synch's up again. .... I called into motorola support and they stepped me through this.