I'm posing this question again because there was no solution offered for my prior post. I have a GE Speakerphone, and every so often, while I'm in conversation, there will be a single beep. This does not happen in all conversations -- I'd say it occurs about once every ten times or so. My provider is Verizon. I've called Verizon several times about this, but it claims it has tested my line and there is no problem. The batteries of the phone are relatively new. Does anyone know what might be causing this?
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Re: Beep During Conversation (New Question)
That beep means that you have another call coming in. If you want to take the other call you can tell your first caller to hold then push the hang up button one time and say hello. Now you will be speaking to caller number two. To return to caller one just push the hang up button a second time.
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The RAM failing in most machines is a consistent BEEP BEEP BEEP, but shorter than two seconds. This could be RAM, could be something else. I recommend having it physically checked out. Office Depot is offering free checkups for back to school, if you bring it in they will tell you what is wrong for free, then you can post again and get instructions as to where to buy the proper part and/or how to install it.
That's a pretty standard beep used when recording calls; it's there so the person who you're recording knows that the call is being monitored. Cellular phone manufacturers don't offer a setting to change that beep due to legal concerns.
to record voice memos, press the menu button, and select OFFICE->RECORDER. To record a conversation, choose RECORDER during a voice call. Both parties will hear a beep every 5 seconds while call is being recorded.
The beep pattern is a beep code and is how the motherboard communicates errors during the early booting process otherwise known as the POST (Power On Self-Test). List restart the computer and listen for the pattern of short and long beeps. Soltek does not list the beep codes in their manual, instead they refer to Phoenix who manufacturers the AwardBIOS on your motherboard. There are only two POST beep codes; a single long beep followed by two short beeps (Video error) and anything else. Apparently anything else you hear *probably* refers to RAM problems.
Since you?ve already tested both one of the remaining options is to install a *POST* card (about $30 to $50), boot the PC and read the hexadecimal error code for a more detailed clue to what failed. If you ask around you might find someone who has one and may be willing to loan it to you.
Another option is to write off the motherboard since the cost of the test equipment it about 1/3 the cost of a new board.
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Jayron, is the motor jogging? start to spin, stop, start to spin stop. If so, your motor is jogging between the high and low start windings. The motor during spin should start on the high speed windings and stay there until most of the water is drained. GE came out with a new motor, harness and run cap because of this. If you have a meter, there should be a white and white/red wire going to the motor. If you have a steady 120V and it's doing this jogging, replace the motor with the kit...Let me know if this the issue, Catriver..post back.