Question about Panasonic Link2Cell Dect 6.0 Plus Cordless Phone System - DECT 6.0
I have already checked setting of volume( incl mute) Also the line connected.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is there an 'M' on the display? If so, that means it is in 'meeting mode.' All you have to do is press and hold the star key (*) and that will take care of it.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
SOURCE: i hv a totally blank
Just Re-Register it.
First reset the phone and re-Register the phone to the base.
Unplug the base unit from the wall (both power and phone lines) for 30 seconds
Here is the manual and just follow how to register it.
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Posted on Feb 11, 2011
Remove the batteries from all of the phones, put them back in one phone at a time. If this doesn't work, try the phones somewhere else, aka a friend/employer. If they work somewhere else, the issue is with your household phone lines. If not, you should have the phone set repaired.
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
The In use display on the hand set confirms that the hand set has a faulty message.
Now if the telephone line is checked , it must be about +50 volts . Now if the line on connection drops to less than +10 Volts then there is a short in the dialer.
If on removal the voltage comes back then it is confirmed..
Now there is a dialer IC and a switching device- can be high speed switching transistor. Please check the transitor and the IC for short or that they trigger with a false signal.
If so disconnect the signal that switches to trace it to the dialer or the processor IC.
Only if the line to the phone is connected and shows the full voltage then the fault is isolated and the disconnected components or section must be probed.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
Do you even hear white noise? If not, it sounds like your phone's speakers may be broken, or it has water damage. If your landline is connected to more phones, ask yourself these questions:
Do all of the phones have this problem? If so, it's a problem with your connection, not the speaker.
Is there a volume button anywhere on the phone or the base? Try turning it up.
Do my phones make a "beep" noise when i push the buttons? If not, did they used to? If they don't, then it's likely that the speaker is no longer working properly.
You may need to contact panasonic and see if they will replace it for you.
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Posted on May 06, 2011
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