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I'm not familar with the Vtech but I would suspect that all 4 units work off of the answering machine base. It sounds like it is seeing a dial tone.
Take a working phones like the wall phone, if it is easily removed, and use a known good connecting cable between the good wall phone and the jack that the Vtech is plugged into.
If that works, take the connecting cable loose and replace it with the Vtech connecting cable. If that works check the jack on the Vtech for crossed wire. If non found, connect it to the jack the wall phone was plugged into. If this doesn't provide satisfaction, let me know exactly what you did and what happened and we will go from there.
Went to Plantronics website and did the chat support. Was told to take the battery out and leave it out for 10 seconds so the phone would reset. It then worked for about 10 minutes and did it again midcall. So it kinda works, but not a reliable fix.
I had a problem with not being able to dial out... some digits came up as bizarre symbols and it didn't even take all 10 digits before beeping out. What I did to fix the problem was to remove the battery from the phone - actually pull the battery plug out, leave it for a minute then plug it back in. Then the phone started working again. You might want to try this... sort of like a hard reboot of the phone.