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If you mean the PIN for remote access, that's a two-digit number. If you've forgotten what it is, you can change it at the base station by following the instructions on page 12 of the manual.
If you mean the messages on your telephone company's voicemail system, try dialing *67 (that's star-six-seven). If that doesn't work, contact your telephone company for instructions on accessing their voicemail system.
Well this worked for me so hopefully it will work for everyone else also... I had dropped my handset and the battery popped out.. well upon reinserting the battery i got the T23 PD Blinking error on my phone, well after trying multiple things from what the manual was stating I eventualy gave up and unplugged the handset from the wall... well we received a call in our office and all of a sudden my "unplugged" phone, that was still sitting in the handset charger began to ring and all the normal numbers and name were on the face of the handset... I then plugged the phone back in and went into the menu to Register, then entered the Base ID which is found at your Base Phone. Once this was complete it said please wait.. although for a short while it kept on saying System Busy if you tried to hit line 1 or 2 but by the next morning it is working fine! :) Hope this helps for you also.
Just connect the pre existing speaker or earpiece through a newly installed E.P. socket.Whenever headset is connected to the E.P. socket, internal speaker will be disabled and external will be enabled. Same you have to do in the case of mic.Some more details are given below. 1.E.P. Socket = Earphone Socket ( With Series Switch, A SPDT switch is already attached to the inner side of the socket, whenever an E.P. Pin / Plug is inserted into the socket, It changes the position of the SPDT switch). 2.The inner speaker / earpiece / mic should be connected through the N/C ( Normally Connected ) Contact of the socket.