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Power went out and we lost our custom announcement (our daughters when they were young !!) Just get the default..


The machine contains an internal battery, to keep things stored in memory. This battery will loose it's capacity over time. Keep in mind, that whenever there will be a powerfailure, the personal pre-recorded message will get lost.
If your machine is still in warranty-period, call customer-service and ask for a repair. If To repair this yourself, it's required to have some technical knowledge and skills about electronics. If you lack 1 or both of them, it's better to look for a new(er) machine.

But, no matter what you do, you've to accept the loss of the spoken message of your daughters.

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Answering maching is not working


Look to see if you have even turned the answering machine on. Do this by pushing the answer on/off button until it says its on. If that does not work then look to see if the red zero for messages is lit up; if not then its bad power outlet your plugged into, or a bad power plug to your answering machine. If you have dropped the answering machine enough times to break it then don't bother with a repair and just plain see about replacing it with a new one.

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Do any answering machines save the message after a power outage?


Yes, lots of them. Make sure you buy a machine that uses batteries as well as the plug-in cord.

Aug 14, 2010 | AT&T 1718 Digital Answering Machine

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Receiving no power at all


check if its plugged in, if its still not powering, try another outlet, if still not powering take it back, or look for a replacement adapter (it sais on the power block and usually on the machine what the power requirements are)

Jul 11, 2009 | AT&T 1717 Digital Answering Machine

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Need to reset 1710 answering machine


unplug your phone's power adapter from the wall for five minutes then plug it back into the wall outlet.

May 28, 2009 | AT&T 1717 Digital Answering Machine

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Machine not answering. new battery. lights on with 0 messages.


When the power went out it may have set the machine to its default setting, "answer function off". Press the "On/Off" button to check for sure. A battery really wouldn't help in this matter because it's only there for backup; when the power goes out the batter will save your settings, outgoing and incoming messages. Perhaps when the power went out you lost your outgoing message, and now, when people call, they don't realize that that they are supposed to leave a message. One more thing you can check is the switch on the side of the phone which tells the machine to answer after 2 or 4 rings.

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Recovering messages


The 1337's User Guide mentions the battery that keeps messages during power failures. I suspect those message were lost when the power went down.

Here is the link to the 1337's User Guide:

http://telephones.att.com/docMgt/public/art/153/1337_manual.pdf

Oct 22, 2008 | Lands Phones

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The Answering Machine won't pick up, phone just rings


the cordless phone was working in power and inbuild batteries. answering machine is not like that. It does not have inbuild batteries! keep seperate batteries for answering machine OR otherwise keep UPS.
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Flashing message light


Insert a new 9 Volt battery (machine will work without a battery if you want to ignore the blinking light)

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Battery powered answering machines


I had one and it was sold by Radio Shack. Big and bulky, about the size of a **** of paper. Required 3 'D' cell batteries, you could record two differant outgoing messages and would record upto 26 incoming calls of about 30 seconds each. Had it for years and then the motor started dragging. Took it to RS and their repair people did not even know that RS carried it (young guys). I ended up chucking and kick myself now days for doing that. While crude in operation, it was BATTERY powered. Oh, and unless you get a ton of calls, the batteries would last 4 to 6 months.

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