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Yes you can fix.
please go to repair personal with power adapter or buy same type one or by alternative power adapter but output must be same as the original and 220v as in .i think buying new one is a good idea.
Here is the deal with my phone issue. The adapter was defunct. You can
test that the adapter is bad by taking an adapter from one of the
cordless handset adapters. Plug it into the base and it should be fine.
Panasonic wanted to sell me an adapter for $56. I will take a look on
If you are trying to guess at an adapter, and plugging them in to see if they work, you run the risk of ruining your machine. With the blinking lights its not booting correctly, so I hope your not smelling smoke too. Nevertheless, you need a 9-12 dc output adapter (with I believe the negative on the inside). Your describing the input of 120V 60HZ, all of them say this since that is the power that is coming out of your wall socket. Look on the back of your machine at the connection and it will show you the polarity via a little diagram imprinted in the plastic(if the negative goes in the center or outside of the plug) This is the most important part, if it is backwards you will fry your machine, if you have not already.
from a different brand portable phone - - it worked for me!
"If you experience difficulty with placing/receiving calls, a lost security code may be the problem. The handset cannot communicate with the base. Unplug AC adapter. Disconnect handset battery for 10 seconds. Reseat the battery and then place in base. Replug AC adapter."