Question about Lands Phones
Is my hand set ready for caller display
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Siemens Gigaset 4000 No Sound
It sounds from your symptoms (no pun intended) that your handset receiver/speaker has gone bad, or if you use a headset, the circuit might have gotten ripped open from tension from the headset plug. You can try plugging in a standard 2.5 mm plug headset into it (real common headset). My guess is that you will be able to hear dialtone using a headset and use the phone, but the phone will continue not ring or make key beeps.
Its fixable, but with the Siemens models don't let anyone try to open it. To work properly it needs to snap together tight, and guaranteed they will gouge the plastic and break the more than 10 tabs that keep it held snug together, there are no screws. The skill to open them without damaging them is proper training and muscle memory, which is reserved for the people that do it daily, plus if the plastic needs replacing it will add to your costs. Nevertheless, if you want it fixed, just google "Siemens Cordless Repair" and click the first or second non sponsored link to make arrangements to get it fixed. Good Luck and let me know if I was right about the headset audio.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
SOURCE: Siemens Gigaset 4200
Hello, Yes this happens when you add a additional handset to the system when all the intercom numbers are full. When registering a new handset, it "kicks out" on of the other handsets when it registers. The only way to correct that problem is to default your base and register each handset again, one by one. You won't lose your handset settings, but you will lose your messages and greetings, so check them before doing so. To default your unit, get all your handsets and go to your base. Unplug the power from your base. Hold down the page/registration key on the bottom of the base and keep it held down while you apply power to the base. After applying power, keeping the button down, count to 20. Then release the button and get each handset. Register each handset, and they will number themselves 1 through 4. If you need additional assistance, service or need to purchase another handset or base (you can register each handset to up to four bases to increase your range, this is unique feature in the cordless industry), you can go to www.cordlessrepair.com for all your Siemens cordless needs. Good Luck ! Let us know how it goes, we have a testimonial page on the website for people to leave comments on the technical tips or assistance they receive from our technicians.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
SOURCE: I have Gigaset AL14H (base
This is because your service provider dont have this caller ID facility.
Some service provider by default have this facility activated but some service provider we need to activate this facility.
Please call your service provider to activate this facility.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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