Question about Lands Phones
I have three new phones for a small business...all utilizing the same one phone number. When I unplug all of the old phones and plug in the new ones I do not get a dial tone nor do anything of them auto assign an ID. The menu button also will not function to assign them. The intercom button is blinking red/blue and the display screen shows "Phone Set Up" and plug line 1 and below that plug all other lines. Suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not sure why this worked, but I went to the Menu and the Set Area Code selection. The area code setting was blank, so I entered my area code and saved it. Caller ID started to work again. As a test, I went back to the Set Area Code selection and deleted the area code and saved it. It is currently still working. Seems really odd, but it worked for me.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
Each telephone must be connected to line 1 and line 2 for
proper operation. The remaining lines 3 and 4 may — or may not —
be connected to each station as you desire. First plug in the battery, then the phone lines (1 & 2 are mandatory), and third the power cord. If your intercome LED is blinking red and green, then press: STORE IN, followed by "INTERCOM" followed by a free intercom# (i.e., any of the memory buttons 1 through 16 not already assigned to another telephone set). Then wait for the phone to go through its initiation sequence during which it searches each of the four possible lines. After that concludes, you should get dial tone on your active lines. :-) Marco
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
SOURCE: PLEASE, PLEASE try and help
Just in case you missed the manual:
There are 2 conditions you need to be aware of
1 No DSL on the line
2. Set the intercom extension of the second phone
By default, both have been assigned ext 11. The intercom uses the same frequencies as a DSL line to transmit, so that could be the noise you are hearing.
Page 23 tells you how to set the intercom extension, and the DSL warning is almost at the bottom of every page from 18-22.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
I have the same setup in a small office I consult for and I found the intercom problem to be caused by the DSL filters. It seems the DSL filters also filter out the frequency that the phones use to communicate with each other. If any of the phones had a DSL filter on them the intercom and hold button would not work properly with the other phones in the system without filters. Once I took the filters off the intercom and Hold function worked fine.
Posted on May 05, 2010
The phone may have the same extension as another phone in the system. Unplug it from the power and take out the battery for a minute. Then plug it back in. It should take a moment to find other phones on the system and assign itself an extension number.
You may also have a line reversed on that phone. Check to see if line 1 is line 1 on all of the phones. Then line 2, 3 & 4.
Another thing to check is the DSL filter. That phone may need a filter on the line to keep your DSL from interferring. If it has one replace it.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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