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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: caller ID
Make sure that the number stored in the phone is the same number you get when they call. I had the same problem and i noticed that all incoming call has a 1 in front of it because it is the areacode of US.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
disassemble the handset (if you can figure out how to get it open). Flip the LCD screen over so that you can get to the end of the wire ribbon. You want the end that is connected to the phone, not the LCD screen. Carefully use a heat gun or hair dryer to heat the cable being careful not to melt it. Your goal is to melt the glue that connects the tiny wires to the electrodes. When glue is melted use a pencil eraser to press the wires so that they make contact again. Let it cool and try it out. It should work well after that. Put your phone back together.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Since CID display to the phone comes from the Panasonic phone SYSTEM, you might try looking inside the cabinet to see if it has a caller ID card. The part ends in 93.
It also requires some programming. If you post your model number, I might have a CID card if yours is missing.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
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