Question about GN Netcom Radio Communications
I can make calls out fine. I've rebooted the pc, checked all cables into the pc, the 9120, the CTI Pegasus and also the phone line, everything there is OK, help please. Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GN Netcom GN 9120 - can't hear
Hi There, I had the same problem with a headset one of our call centre reps were using. It's usually due to some one fiddling with the button. I got it working by removing the battery from the headset then resinked the headset to the base unit. Hope it works for you
Posted on May 19, 2008
I was also experiencing the same problem (also after a power failure / storm) -- apparently good battery charge, connections ok, etc. I then tried removing the battery from the headset itself, waited 30 seconds, and then reinstalled the battery. This seems to have resolved the problem.
It is fairly easy to open the clamshell, but you will need a very fine Phillips screwdriver to remove the battery hold-in (it's really not a hold-down, it just keeps the battery in place. Reassemble the same way -- be sure to keep positive to positive and negative to negative.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
Actually what she was hearing was the ring tone in her headset when a incoming call comes in. The sensitivity on the handset lifter that picks up the ringing on a incoming call was set all the way up and was picking up interferance from the headset base as they have the tendency to buzz when placed right next to the phone. I just turned down the ringer sensitivity with the adjustment on the handset lifter and that took care of the problem. Thanks for your time.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
It sounds like it may be a defective unit in that the charging points on the base and the earpiece are making intermittant contact, hence the clicking noise you get when the unit goes into headset mode and the fact that the battery never reaches a fully charged status.
A couple of things to try:
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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