Question about RCA ViSYS 25425RE11 4-Line Telephone with Digital Answering System, Blue backlit LCD, Caller ID/Call Waiting, Enhanced full duplex speakerphone, 16 One-touch speed dial buttons, Hearing aid compatible, Headset jack, Switchable data port, Desk and Wall mo
All lines have been checked, unplugged and plugged back in already.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most likely the problem is the cord from the wall to the phone. There are two types of cords and they look almost identical. Look closely at the connector. A single-line cord will have only two gold pin at each end. A two-line cord will have four gold pins at each end.
You need a two-line cord to get both lines from the wall to your phone. Since you have had the problem with several phones, that is the most likely cause.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
I have an RCA Executive Line 4-line phone. I was away for a week, and came back to find the speakerphone when I dial out is significantly muffled on some of the lines (people that I am calling complain of noise on the line). If I take it off speaker, the quality on the handpiece is normal. First, I thought it was the batteries, so I replaced them. Didn't change. Is there a reset? Is the phone (base) after less than 1 year defective?
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
Fix for message light blinking on ECA 25414. Many folks have changed phones or bought used phones to find the message light blinking on the phone especially on lines they don't have. That is what I found on used phones. Leave yourself a message on any phone. Now plug that line into the correct jack in the back for the line that is blinking in other words line 1 or 2 or 3 or 4.. Call the number from the line you plugged in and retieve and delete that message. Hang up and shortly the message light on the phone should go out.
Posted on May 18, 2010
It does not matter that you have VoIP or traditional telco with the problem you are describing. I think you have a problem with the adaptor or a wire. Check the connectors and the plugs in the phone to see if anything is bent.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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