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Power stuck For some reason, one of my handsets remains lit, like when I make or receive a call, and does not go back to a "slumber" mode. It does not respond to key strokes so I cannot make a call on that handset. I removed and unplugged the battery and then replugged it in, and that seemed to fix the problem. What is going on here?

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  • Pinetree3 Feb 05, 2008

    I don't think any of the buttons were stuck that I could see.

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One of the buttons maybe stuck. try moving each button with your finger to see if they move freely

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