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This can usually be fixed by calling the phone number that the voice mail indicator light is flashing on from a different phone number. Leave a voice mail message and then go into the voice mail and delete the message that you just left. The indicator light should then go out.
It is telling you that the voice mail ports are busy and can not take another call in to the voice mail system. If the port the does not clear up after a min or two then reset the voice mail system . Unplug the power cord from the wall and let it set for a min , then plug it back in and wait about 5 min for the system to come back up , that should free up the ports .
What worked for me was to call my phone from another phone and leave myself a voicemail. I then went in and retrieved and deleted that voicemail. Once I hung up from my voicemail service my handsets reset about 10 seconds later.
Hi, I have the same problem. I called the service provider, they left a voice message, which I accessed later and deleted from my voicemail box. This took care of it and I dont have that message on the screen now. I think you can just leave yourself a voice message and access it later and delete it. That should resolve it.
Called GE. Here's what's happening (at least with my phone). I use
VONAGE as a carrier. VONAGE's package includes voicemail. I have my
VONAGE voicemail account set up to take any call that comes in if the
answering machine on my GE phone does not pick up -- for instance if
I'm on the phone and I do not "flash" over to the incoming call, that
caller will eventually be sent to my VONAGE voicemail where they can
leave a message. (Otherwise I would either take the call, or, if not
already in use, the GE phone/answering system would simpy take the
message.) This GE phone is commucating with my VONAGE account
and letting me know that I have a mesage in my VONAGE
account voicemail. All I have to do is either go online and delete the
messages (after listening to them of course) and refresh the page. Once
the messsages are deleted, the carrier lets my phone know the messages
are gone and the NEW VOICE MAIL prompt on the handset disappears. I
suppose I can do it by listening to the messages by calling in and deleting through the touch pad on the phone as well.