Loud noise develops after about 10 minutes or less talktime
It begins with a Thunk sound ever few seconds, then develops into a lawn mower sound which becomes deafening. Has to be back on hook for some time before can talk again. Could be the battery but do not want to spend my 89 year old Mom's money if it is the phone.
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May 4, 2010 - I have heard clicks while talking to some of my friends across the country ... in use and i hear a crackilng sound.. what is going on... im not a criminal....... Even on my cell phone i will hear unidentified beeping and random dial ...
I may have already posted a solution for you from another location. But if not heres what I said. If you also have voice messaging with your phone company, you might have voice messages stored with them. If so you need to access it with your password to clear them. To find out if you do have voice messaging, call your phone company and they can let you know and reset your password if so. The phone companys voice messaging system sends out a signal that would cause youe phone to think it still has a message waiting.
I Had the same problem.
I found out what it was. The buzzing sound came from the AC/DC charger. I
changed it and everything is working fine now !
Try with a AC/CD adaptater putting it on the right voltage and check if
it's working without this buzzing sound.
Have a good day !
1) faulty battery - you'd need to get a replacement from the manufacturer (should be free if still under warranty)
2) when you initially charged the battery after purchasing, if you used it at all before it was completely charged it won't hold a charge.
3) if you live or travel in mountain area, phones lose battery power quicker due to an increase in elevation and distance from nearest tower.
4) if phone has been exposed to moisture or direct sunlight for an extended amount of time, it can damage the phone's ability to hold a charge.
honestly, your best bet is to replace the battery & allow it to charge for 24 hours in "off mode". if the problem persists, then send it in to be repaired.
This sounds like a compressor that is beginning to fail. The refrigerator may have an energy saving feature that turns off cooling (and therefore the compressor) when the door is opened. This is likely the reason the noise silences when you open the door. Unfortunately replacing the compressor requires special recovery equipment in order to remove and replace the freon in it. Depending on the age of the refrigerator, it may be best to replace it. A compressor replacement usually costs $500-$700, depending on the cost of parts.
Setting the time and calendar
1. Press the [TIME] button once to enter Time Mode. The display shows the current time with hour, minutes, and seconds digits.
2. Press and hold the [SET] button for more than one second. The "Hour" digits of the time will begin flashing.
3. While the "Hour" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired hour time. Note: Press the [^] or [down] button once to advance the setting forward or backward by one digit. Pressing the [^] or [down] for more than one second will accelerate the forward or backward setting at a higher rate.
4. When the desired hour time is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Hour" setting will be confirmed and the "Minute" digits will begin flashing.
5. While the "Minute" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired minute time.
6. When the desired minute time is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Minute" setting will be confirmed and the "Year" digits will begin flashing.
7. While the "Year" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired year.
8. When the desired year is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Year" setting will be confirmed and the "Month" digits will begin flashing.
9. While the "Month" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired Month.
10. When the desired month is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Month" setting will be confirmed and the "Date" digits will begin flashing.
11. While the "Date" digits are flashing, press the [^] or [down] button to set the desired Date.
12. When the desired date is reached, press the [SET] button again. The "Date" setting will be confirmed and the calendar setting is complete.
your message is set for 3 second delay and no record of messages i dont know particular system you use but you gotta go threw your book and set the settings to a 30 second message and 1 minute message from peeps
i had the same problem like this before with my uniden
I Had the same problem. I found out what it was. The buzzing sound came from the AC/DC charger. I changed it and everything is working fine now ! Try with a AC/CD adaptater puting it on the right voltage and check if it,s working without this buzzing sound. Have a good day !