Question about Cell Phones
Why isn't our phone working after we left it? We left the phone for 2 and half months unused (while abroad). Now we can't get the handset to work. The charging light has been on and we've left it for over two days, but when we lift the handset there is no dialing tone at all and nothing appears on the 'screen'. Our internet is plugged into the same socket and that is working fine. What do you suggest?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This would normally happen when the cordless handset was still in the charger stand. Are you saying it will still tell you to lift the handset after it's removed from the charger stand or base? I would not waste money buying a new battery as it is most likely not the problem but if you have more than one handset you should try swapping batteries. Removing and re-inserting the battery may reset the phone and clear up the problem as well.
Posted on Jul 07, 2007
SOURCE: Screen went blank
There is something you can try. Using a Torx 6 driver, remove the two screws located beneath the battery. Gently pry the plastic cover loose. There will be a flex cable connecting it to the other portion of the phone. Gently disconnect it. Using 99.5% isopropyl alcohol and a soft bristled brush clean the connectors on both the cable and the circuit board. Reseat the connector and reassemble the phone. If this does not work the flex cable or LCD may need to be replaced.
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
If you had a storm, and the only handset that works shows line in use, then your base has gone bad and needs repair. The reason the phones are flashing base 1 or something to that effect is because they don't see the base anymore, which typically means no phones will see your base, so its odd that one phone is actually seeing the base. Either way, you can try re-registering the phones to the base, but if you get the line in use after they register (if they will register), then your base is bad. If they won't register, your base is bad. For additional assistance you can go to www.cordlessrepair.com
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
SOURCE: I have a siemens gigaset
Try a harware reset! dont worry this will not delete anything on your handset. it is a simple procedure:
while the phone is on take out the battery and then the sim
then insert the battery by itself and power it up.
It should ask to insert a sim or something along those line.
when it does take the battery out again while the phone is on.
put it all back together and power the phone up again.
If this does not work.
Try MnuL ROm in network settings. search manualy and select a different network to what you are on and then do the same and go back to your service provider. then reset back to automatic.
if that does not work there is one more thing.
if the handset is 3G try setting to GSM mode only.
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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