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Telephone Panasonic CE0470 I can only hear the dialling tone on loud speaker, how can i change it

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Solution not found, but putting it down to the age of the apparatus.
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Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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SOURCE: Dialling Tone

HELLO . AM JAMAL FROM SYRIA , I VE THE SAME PROBLEM WITH THREE PREVIOUSLY USED XALIO 300 WHICH I BOUGHT FROM SOME BLACK MARKET. I SUGGEST U TO INSERT THE CODE ACCORDING TO UR COUNTRY , FOR EXAMPLE :
PRESS FIRST " R " BUTTON THEN 99 THEN " RC " CODE WRITTEN UNDER BASE UNIT THEN " R " OR " PAGING " AT THE LOW RIGHT CORNER OF HANDSET .

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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SOURCE: static in my panasonic telephones

A possible cause for the static in your cordless phones could be dimmer switches around the area of your phone that causes static. Turn the switches completely off (not just turned down) and see if the static leaves. You can replace the dimmers with regular switches if that clears your static. If it does not, another trace for interference: you will have to take a portable radio and turn it to AM 550 mHz and tune it to the loudest crackling noise. Carry the radio around looking for the loudest static interference. Could be a loose connection in a receptacle or panel box. Any small malfunction can cause static on wireless devices.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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SOURCE: When telephone line is connected no dial tone,any

are you using a modem? do you have a fax machine? switch the fax off. if a modem is present the main phone must be connected to that modem and the additional phones place through out the house (using other phone jacks)

Posted on Jul 27, 2010

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SOURCE: The DECT telephone is linked

Re-Register a Handset to the Base
1. Remove Handset Battery.
2. Reconnect battery while holding down "*" and "#" key.
3. Then press the right upper key under the LCD.
4. Press the "End" key.
5. Wait a few seconds and then the phone will be ready to register to the base.

Posted on Mar 09, 2011

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Not knowing what model you have, I can't even find a manual for this. Be aware that new phones can't be set to pulse dialling, because the providers are all digital now.

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My panasonic cordless phone model # KX-TG2258S the handset works but when you dial or talk or even just pick up the phone you don't hear any noise at all. not dial tone but it does call out. you just...


Do you even hear white noise? If not, it sounds like your phone's speakers may be broken, or it has water damage. If your landline is connected to more phones, ask yourself these questions:

Do all of the phones have this problem? If so, it's a problem with your connection, not the speaker.

Is there a volume button anywhere on the phone or the base? Try turning it up.

Do my phones make a "beep" noise when i push the buttons? If not, did they used to? If they don't, then it's likely that the speaker is no longer working properly.

You may need to contact panasonic and see if they will replace it for you.

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What is principle behind pulse dialling mode & tone dialling mode in technical terms


Pulse dialing is a holdover from Rotary phones, which when the rotor is turned and let go, counts out the number you entered in clicks on the telephone line. Pulse, or DTMF (Dual-tone multi-frequency), uses two overlaid tones (one for row and one for column) to signify a button press.

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I have a Sharp Fax machine FO 1450 (bought in 1997) with telephone handset. The telephone connection has been playing up - sometimes calls cut out or I can hardly hear the person with whom I am talking....


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My Gigaset AL28H phone is working properlybut I do not get a dialing tone. When I press the green button the previously dialled number is redialled. Can you advise if I have simply set the phone...


this is either because you have completely reduced the volume at which you hear whoever you are talking to or your speaker is faulty.if you are able to hear whoever you are talking to clearly after the person picks up then there is no problem with your speaker but if not that could be it. secondly, you can try using an earpiece and see if it works(ensure the earpiece is working too) if you can hear the person too,i suggest you go thru the phone for any settings have to do with dialling tone(if it has any) or you contact your network provider.hope this helped?

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all headsets feature what I think is called side tone. you need to hear a bit of yourself when speaking on a microphone as a bit of communication reassurance. When thew microphone level is up way too loud , that's more than side tone, it's annoyance that's when you get the problem that you've listed. I've seen it on telephone headsets and Mobile Phones but i'm sure it would happen on gaming headsets too...
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DIAL TONE CONTINUES DOES NOT CEASE


Have you tried plugging and then plugging the phone back in. This should discharge all static electricity.
I had the same trouble once. If you are using a service such as Comcast Digital Voice, then restart all equipment (this apply's to VOIP services also). if it still persist then try a different phone. If it still persist then contact your phone company and explain all the solutions that you have tried.

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To change the greeting you need to either pick up the phone or press speaker phone then dial *38 then 1 then you will hear a beep/call tone. When you hear that tone record your message/greeting. Once you are finished press the auto dial/store button. If your are satisfied with that message hang up or press speaker phone again to end the call. If you would like to clear the message, then right after you hit auto dial/store you will hear a beep/call tone press 0 to clear or 1 to rerecord.

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Cordless telephone sw/from pulse to tone


dear,
check this link and hope it will solve the problem

http://www.epinions.com/content_56960192132

regards,

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