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Do you mean the Uniden EXI4560 2.4 GHz phone? With the handset in standby, press the volume up button (above End and just below the LCD screen). Then you will be able to toggle between the 5 available ring tones and volume levels. (I'm assuming the unit is set to Ringer Off which is another choice in the list.) Press End to confirm and save your ring volume setting.
All of the Uniden manuals are here: http://www.uniden.com/scat/cordlessphones_mnl . Use the drop down menu to select the type of phone and then find it in the list by numerical and alphabetical order. The EXI4560 is on page 4 under cordless phones.
sorry but i think it is time for you to get a new phone. Most phones these days are 5.8 or 6.0, which is much better than your 2.4. A new phone would mean better reception, more clarity, etc. They're always on sale at radioshack
Sorry, Uniden EXP4540 2.4 GHz does not have a speaker phone feature. The cordless phone features AutoTalk™ and AutoStandby™. AutoTalk™ allows you to answer a call by just removing the handset from the base so you don't have to waste time pushing buttons. AutoStandby™ allows you to hang up by simply returning the handset to the base. You can check it's manual with this link http://www.uniden.com/pdf/EXP4540om.pdf.
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"FL" on the display apparently means "full" and apparently occurs when
the message-recording capacity of the system can accept no further
messages! So when you hit 20 or 21, you need to get rid of some
to make room for more coming in. Well, duh! --On the other
hand, this really should be addressed in the Owner's Manual, which
makes no mention of same (that I could find).