I have a motorrola d210 tripple handset. Problem is when you ring business numbers that have automated system., telling you to press 1,2,3,etc to put you through to the correct department the automated system does not pik up the dial so for instance you press 1 when requested it does not pik the dial when pressed. I have tried this with numerous automated systems but same problem. Can i please get some help. Thanks
Try using a "real' telephone. It might just be that the phone system does not recognize the sound emitted by the phone sending it the signals.
I have found this to be the case sometimes with apartment dwellers who need to release the front door when a visitor comes to gain entry to the lobby.
If you read the literature, Motorola might address the issue--keep in mind that they want to sell phones and appear in the best light possible--this of course would preclude any mention of things such as this. Good luck. TJ
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Try it with and then without area code. If the user is in an area code the same as a metro area but lives outside the metro area the area code may be required by your service provider (Sprint, Verizon)...Where AT&T doesn't require the area code.. This is a problem on Buisness Phone systems in setting system to dial as Long Distance or Local call.
This could be due to the fact that one of your phones is off the hook or unplugged. Check and make sure that all devices are operational and charged.. Don't forget to check the phone line itseft.
The phone is probably forwarded to voicemail. Leave the handset down and dial "Feature # 4". This will remove the call forwarding option. There are also automated call forwarding options -- Call Forward-No Answer, and Call Forward-Busy. CF/NA will transfer calls to voicemail after 4-rings (for instance). CF/B sends all calls to voicemail if you are on your phone. System programming, by a certified technician, is required to make changes to these options. Hope this helps.
you need to press the interlocking circles button on the handset (in the centre at the top) to show the last number dialled (incidentally, you can now press the down arrow to scroll through previous dialled numbers).
When you get to the one you want, simply press the green handset button to dial the number displayed.
That's last number re-dial in 2 steps (there is no single click solution)
If the internal calls dont ring, then there is something with the extension. When a call is ringing the phone, press the UP VOLUME. Chances are that someone accidentally turned the ringer all the way down.
I had the same problem and my hubby managed to reset the phone by simply unplugging it from the electical network. Just wait for few minutes (the date goes back to 1 Jan 2005), then plug it again and try to dial a number. It should work.