Question about Lands Phones
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cordless phone does not connect
You may need to reset the Telephone Answering System. Complete the following steps to reset the Telephone Answering System:
Step 1: Disconnect the power to the telephone base.
Step 2: Wait a few minutes and then reconnect the power to the telephone base and charger.
Step 3: Set the day and time.
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
The handset/base keeps a record of who it’s registered to. The base
also keeps a record of how many handsets are registered to it.
Using the de-register function on the handset deletes the handset from the base (decrements the count) and deletes the base info from the handset. All this requires that the base and handset can communicate with each other.
To remove the base data from a handset when out of range of the base, press and hold the ‘end’ button and the ‘#’ button simultaneously until the phone beeps. It will now be de-registered from the base.
However, the base will still have this handset in it’s record.
To de-register all handsets from the base, remove power and the base handset. Press and hold the ‘flash/find hs’ button while applying power. Wait for the beep and release the button. The charge light will now flash. Sit any handset in the cradle. When the flashing stops, all handsets are inhibited from connecting.
However, the handset still appears to be connected to the base unit. Pressing talk will give an ‘Unable to connect’ message. To re-register the handsets to the base, you have to de-register the handset first with the two button method.
Of interest, pressing ‘*’ and ‘#’ on the handset while reconnecting the battery is suppose to reset the handset. Doing the same on the base unit puts you in some sort of diagnostic mode. Press speaker to exit.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
WARNING TO ALL - THIS MODEL IS NOT ORIGINAL SENAO MADE IN R.O.C TAIWAN
Is clones/fakes product from CHINA
MAKE SURE IT IS ORIGINAL :
Long Range Cordless Telephones with brand names Sony, Nokia, Samsung or even SENAO Made in CHINA, are clones/fakes products with more accessible prices, but they are mono-channel and most frequently work of public service. They have low quality parts and is in possible to be repaired .
Please be aware that large quantities of SENAO product clones/fakes have flooded the world market. Make no mistake, they are cheap imitations made available through various media outlets such as technology magazines, familiar auction and e-commerce web sites. Take care by asking yourself some simple questions when viewing the advertisement. Is the pricing unreasonably low compared to the real product? Where is it made? What is the model number? Real products are made in Taiwan and contain the model such as # SN358. Clones are often made in China and have a variation, but not always in the phone info model details. Original brands Sony, Nokia or Samsung dont have production for long range cordless telephones and on world market you can find only clones/fakes products.
The biggest clue is the price. Authentic products are priced the way they are for a reason: High quality components, product warranties and customer support are cost items that are reasonably built into a real SENAO product price. Authorized dealers and distributors ARE prepared to stand by and support the products they sell to you. Cloned products is NOT POSSIBLE be supported.
Unfortunately, more and more buyers are unknowingly falling victim to these false/fake products. They are then subjected to substandard equipment, which either malfunction, by poor quality components that overheat or fail after little or no use - the hazardous and legal implications are endless. The lifetime of a cloned/fake product average around 3 weeks to 6 months. You would be throwing your money and time away.
Please understand what you are buying.
Original devices are on www.senao.com or www.senaosales.com
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
Ours behave similarly. The solution is to position the "base" (one connected to the phone lkine physically) in the center of the home so that the limited range can reach the remote phones at the periphery.
These phones operate at 1.9GHz. At that microwave frequency radio signals do not penetrate walls and floors very well. 2.4 GHz phones suffer increased "path loss" and are no better. The solution for any of these microwave phones is more transmitter power, which is illegal.
900 mHz phones actually work better because at 900 MHz nature offers less signal path loss", but try to find them in stores! For the same transmitter power level a 900MHz phones will have noticeably greater range.
The 1.9GHz D.E.C.T. phones also operate differently from other types of cordless phones and I believe that also contributes to dropped calls and the phone's inability to ring when a call arrives. At the fringe of its range you can see how it struggles to establish a link. Once established it will work well and then simply drop the call when you least expect. I am not a fan of the DECT phones, but they do not interfere with 2.4 GHz wireless routers, etc.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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