Question about Panasonic DECT 6.0 Expandable Cordless Phone System with Digital Answering System
When I receive a call, the callers v oice is faint, how can I increase the volume to hear clearer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ear piece not functioning
Yes that is a problem I see, but to be very candid it should not be related to the battery replacement, and more from getting bumped around. Did you happen to move? Nevertheless, it is usually from an internal component failure or solder break inside the phone (unless your volume is turned down, but even at the lowest level its audible). Did you happen to use a headset? Sometimes excessive tension from the headset cable will break the receive circuit you could check the solder joints. But to be candid, it sounds as if you need to send it in for repair. You can find some options by googling ... Panasonic cordless telephone repair. The kx-tc1484b is a nice phone, good range, and normally very durable, certainly worth fixing.
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
Try them in intercom mode. If the flaky unit still does not work, the something along the microphone circuitry is likely dead. If its in warranty, get a replacement from the store or manufacturer.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
Since there is no volume adjustment for outgoing volume with the Navigator key, that's possible.
Go find another handset from another system phone and test it, or just move to another phone and see if they can hear you better.
You could have a bad handset, bad cord (unlikely), bad phone, or bad circuit for that line or call.
Almost al of these items are repairable or replacable.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
Sounds like 1 of 2 things
1. You have your phone muted :)
2. Your microphone does not work
A simple way to test your mircophone part would be to, if it has one, if your phone has a voice memo or voice recording feature use that and try and record your voice if it doesnt work, replace the phone if it does we're one step closer to figuring it out.
I'd start with that
Also check your manual for a phone reset feature and try that as well
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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