Pd bill and had no phone service for the 2nd phone.last mont. pd
Phone bill for my phone yesturday and lost service today. i have my receipt number d3011124f. acct 730-1428897-6 for amount of check num002238. last month my granddaughters phone number is815-4813. this service never got put on. please give me credit for my phone service. please respond a.s.a.p. in hopes i do not need to go in person and wait in line, yeaturday i waited in line .35min.
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I gather you mean you wish to disable it to prevent its use by another party.
Call the customer service number of your cell phone's company's hotline for lost or stolen phones.
Generally speaking, you should record the IMEI number of any phone you acquire and keep it with the receipt for the phone. If you have a post pay handset, your SIM card and phone will already be registered through your service provider. That service provider may be of assistance.
contact kenwood , provide copy of receipt....or credit card billing or get a dplicate receipt from store somehow as proof of purchase, along with serial number off the unit, and they should be able to help you out. please post back results
try finding out ur IMEI number from the bills u recieved for the product or from the box in which ur phone came from... anyways u need the IMEI number... contact ur local police and file a case for missing phone with the IMEI num.... next alert ur phone connection company about this go to their office and submit the police report and the IMEI number they can then track ur phone...
No you cant get it back, but you can make it such that even the finder/thief can not use it.
Go to the police to lodge a complaint, which in any case you have to to get the same number allotted to you again. In that complaint you must mention the IMEI number (you can get it from your receipt from the dealer or from the dealer's copy) and ask the police to tell the service provider to block that IMEI number. If you cant use your phone why should someone else use it. Your request to the service provider will not be heard because such is the law. onlt police can get it blocked.
No way on the internet that I know about but if you file a police report with your local PD then they can take your information and if somebody trys to sell it to a pawn shop or something like that then at least it will be on a hot list and you would have a way of getting the DS back.
The base unit should not need a charge. It should be powered by the plug in adapter. It may have a battery to keep operation for a short time in a power outage. The adapter may be loose, the adapter could be broken or the plug in the phone may be broken.
I am facing the same problem!
By all means get it repaired. You can find the nearest Pioneer warranty station by calling 800-421-1404. You will need a copy of the purchase receipt when you bring it in for ervice.
I got it for a gif last Christmas, and after I had it for a month, it lost it's memory. (title index)
So I called up Pioneer corp on the phone and this dude said make sure you don't have it hooked up to a switched AC. and I did, so I corrected that and he said use the remote to shut the unit off,
oh by the way the remote sucks...!!!!
but the memory is only lasting about three weeks or so.
and it takes hours to put the cd's in memory.
Anyway, i am on the way to ask for service...