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I have three wall plugs two connected direct to individual TELSTRA phones Third wall plug connected direct to DLINK Modem and via filter to Engin Linksys line socket Then DLINK to Linksys internet socket Linksys phone socket to Telstra 580a base I make outward calls through the 580a Inward calls I can take on either 580a or on the direct TELSTRA phones When using 580a outward I can concurrently be called on direct TELSTRA phone Problem Unanswered calls do not allow caller to record a message on the 580a Callers complain they eventually get bad noises on the Line Other complains are of difficulty hearing conversations Perhaps I need a layout plan Please advise A

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It sounds like you have interference on the line, and your mailbox for your phone is not set up, or functioning correctly.

You need to call your phone Company/Provider to have this resolved.

Does this help? Let us know.

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Posted on Feb 15, 2014

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SOURCE: CORDLESS PHONE WITH TWO HANDSETS, RADIOSHACK 5.8 GHZ

Hello, I had the same problem with my line I called the phone company 2 times they checked the line on their side at the base and was unable to fix it, they also sent me new filters but that did not help either, they had to physically come out to my house to find out what the problem was. They checked my phone that was new and that was not the problem, they changed the box in my house and still the static and scratchy noise was still there, after 3 days they ended up replacing all the wiring from (outside my house) becuse it was way way old, now my line is clear as a bell. This may be your problem but you may have to sacrifice a few days. Good luck I hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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SOURCE: RCA 25205 Visys will not record message

Called the company. There is a misprint in the instructions.

In the section titled "Out-Going Announcement RECORD" on last step it says Press Exit to stop recording. It should have said Press Sel/Save.

I did this and it worked.

Repeat for Line 2 if you are doing both lines.

Next thing is to make sure you go right to the section titled "Configure Out-Going Announcement" and select the right type of message you want callers to hear for each line.

Worked like a charm and took 3 seconds to get 2 different personal messages on the machine.

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SOURCE: we have static on the line so that we cannot hear

Could you please indicate the exact Uniden phone model or the kind of setup this is. But from my experience, this will be more of a carrier (Telstra) problem. They have to check the linkage.

Posted on Dec 01, 2010

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