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Answering machine After four rings, machine will not send out the recorded message. It is just silent. It will pick up a left message.

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I am not really sure what prompted the solution, however, while reading the
various questions asked by people someone must have mentioned a low battery
as a possility with their problem. And, after the checking the status, and
charging the battery, the message is recording as usual.

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Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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