Question about Panasonic Lands Phones
Can't hear caller on other end of phone how to turn up volume
On many Panasonic cordless phones the large center button (either black or silver) has 4 small arrows. By depressing either the upper or lower portion of the button should control the volume.
Posted on May 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem with two of these handsets. I am not certain of the cause, but based on the fix, I believe water got into the microphone holes and perhaps mixed with a water soluble glue that stuck the felt cover to the microphone. I fixed the problem by removing the battery, opening up the phone (slide the battery cover off and removed the 4 screws) and snapped open the plastic encasement. Then I remove the two screws toward the top (toward antenna) of the circuit board. This gave me access to the microphone which is on the underside of the circuit board (very bottom of the phone, below and on the opposite side of the plastic jumper for the battery) which had a thin black felt cover covered in a sticky residue that was covering the microphone diaphragm. I removed the felt and then used a cotton swab with rubbing alcohol to remove the residue from the diaphgragm. I used compressed dry air to remove any dust from the diaphgram. With the 2 screws, I secured the circuit board back in, snapped the plastic case back together. Then I finished off with putting 4 screws in the case and putting the battery in. Now other parties can hear me just like they used to when the phone was working.
Posted on Jan 19, 2007
We just had the same problem with our AT&T 2462 hand sets. They simultaneously stopped transmitting, and though we could hear the caller, no one could hear us on the other end of the line. We unplugged the base from the power source, took the batteries out of the hand sets, waited 20 seconds, then plugged everything back in and they worked just fine. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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