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It seems that your messages are full. This will happen if you dont delete all messages. Try that first. Then try the answer button. Sometimes we turn it on but forget to actually have it answer calls. Make sure your rings are set to 4 rings then you will know if it will answer after 4 rings. If it still won't answer after 4 rings then junk it. They are so cheap to buy a new one. They are not worth fixing these days. it is sad i know. Good Luck
If there is a volume switch on your phone then while it is ringing (call the number from a cell or something) and as it is supposed to be ringing. Just hit the right arrow to turrn it up. Hope this helps. P.s. it has to be ringing when you are turning it up
Does it ring when you move it to a known ringing port? Is it programmed to ring (Terminals & Sets) Appear and Ring? Do you have Automatic Set Relocation turned on so the extension number stays with the phone?
There are a lot of features to check for ringing, including the volume of the set.
The manual for this phone doesn't say you can turn the answering machine on remotely, but every one I've ever seen can do so. Most of them say call your number and let the phone ring...and ring...and ring, and eventually the answering machine will turn on. Ten rings is what I've seen most often. I guess the manufacturers figure most callers will hang up fairly soon if the machine doesn't answer, so they pick a large number. Try it on your phone; worst that can happen is it won't work.
Solid lights mean it's not programmed in the ICD group. Depending on the issue of your system cabinet, ICD ring group pilot numbers begin with 600 or 601 and grow to as many as you need. Each phone that rings has to be a member of the group and you can program it to not ring, ring immediately, or a delay of up to 6 rings. In my office system ICD group members are assigned in system program 620.and the ringing is programmed in 621. It's not entirely friendly to change it by hand as the tables are assigned by group and position, but it can be done.
It's an installer function and requires the system password or permission to change it.
I to am stuck in silent mode, voicemail won't work, the whole entire phone is jacked up, just because i had my phone number changed, are you kidding me?? Not ringing, not doing anything @ all, can someone tell me what to do? please thnx :)