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Just got the CD445 Base Station. Red light keeps blinking

Cannot get the red light to stop flashing on my CD445. I read the Addendum that came in the box: it says in idele mode to press the "redial/mute" button for a 'long press'. Nothing happens light is on. HELP. I have accessed messages and erased them all on the Caller Line Identification

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    Gunars Cazers Dec 08, 2013

    In the idle mode, press and hold the redial button. This info is in the addendum of the instructions.

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Press the cid button then press menu then scroll through your missed calls then hit exit

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Are you sure you are pressing the correct button? When I first read mute button, I used the pound/crossed out note key on the lower right. The redial/mute key is on top right... worked for me.

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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