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It has somehow unregistered with the base unit. Go to the base with your handheld. On the handheld menu, you can select "register". Try that by first. Next, press the gray (usually) button on the base unit and register the cordless again. If no go, de-register the cordless and try the steps again. Post for more if those did not work.
The problem is a faulty contact from the touchscreen leading to the phone board.
On the right side of the phone were the volume buttons are, under the touchscreen is the screen's contact. Try "detaching the screen's face a little from the phone body exactly at the volume down button(using your fingernail or something) and see if the touchscreen is responding in anyway. Now try to pull a little bit the touchscreen frame from the rest of the chassis and see if it works.
Be careful though not to totally destroy your phone...
The usual numbers of rings before the machine answers is 2 or 4. If that is not enough, you are out of luck. If it's 2 now and you want 4, there should be a menu button you can press, and when you hear "number of rings" use the up/down arrows to increase the number. Then press the "set" button. Hope that helps.
yeah!! i kept playing with my phone that did not have a switch...and i finally got the ringer to come on! the volume up and down arrows are what finally got it to work, i just kept holding it down and it finally responded, try more than once if it doesn't work the first time