Question about Panasonic KX-TGA101S Cordless Handset
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you more than likely have "short rings" turned on, in the options of that phone. you'll have to go into the options menu, and look for setting that pertain to ringing and / or rings or ring length.....DON'T change DTMF tones though, that'll get annoying, as thats what you hear when you are calling someone else. hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
I had the same problem. I was advised by Panasonic support that the PBX system needed a firmware upgrade to solve the issue. (still waiting for technician to do this...)
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
This is likely caused by a trouble from the service provider. It is caused by a partial short on the phone line. The service provider can usually test the line remotely when you call the trouble in. Occasionally this problem is caused by faulty equipment(phone, answer machine, modem, etc.), bad line cord, bad outlet or bad building wiring. Inside the outside telephone interface box there is a modular test jack that has a short line cord connected. Remove this line cord and connect a standard telephone to test the phone line. Make a call to your number, if the problem occurs with the phone connected to the test jack, then the problem is with the service provider. If the problem does not occur with the phone connected to the test jack then the problem is in the building wiring, outlets, line cords or devices connected. Use a process of elimination to determine where the problem is. Example: disconnect all phones and devices and line cords, make test call with one phone connected, if problem continues inspect outlets and wiring.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
Testimonial: "Our phone actually started working correctly again, so I think you were correct in saying it was the service provider. Thank you for your help!"
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