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I cannot put in caller IQ and the person calling cannot hear me. Panasonic 5.8 GHz Digital Cordless answering system. This happened when we had power failure. The phone rings but does not take messages. I have had this phone approximately 4 years. I changed the battery already on the held held device. Please help me.

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  • motherinlaw Jan 30, 2009

    Thanks that's what I thought, it also happened to one of my neighbors. I appreciate your help.

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It is due to faulty line card

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You might want to buy a new phone with caller ID built in.it sounds like maybe there was a power surge and it fried your phone...

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