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Siemens 825 Gigaset

I have an intermittent problem where certain incoming calls local or long distance cause the phone system to ring, cut out, ring, all the lights blink, then stops. While this happens you can't talk on the phone.

Anyone have this issue?

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  • Anonymous Jan 11, 2008

    I just started having the same problem with my 8825. I receive some calls fine, other inbound calls cause the entire system to reboot/restart. Just started happening within the last week.

  • nykerk Apr 13, 2008

    I just set a reminder in my outlook once a month to remove the caller ID log.

  • Anonymous Aug 01, 2008

    Clearing the caller ID worked. I thought I was going to have to buy a new phone. Thanks for your post.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    SIEMENS C450 DOES NOT RING FOR INCOMING CALSS. THE "MESSAGES" BUTTON LIGHTS UP TO SHOW THAT THE IS A MESSAGE COMING IN.

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I have a Siemens 8825 and it was rebooting too. Clearing the call log fixed the problem.

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

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I have the same problem with mine - a Siemens 2420 base. The calls come in, all the lights flash, then the thing clicks and resets. At this point, it can only be used for outgoing calls. i think i'm going to retire it. Too bad, cause the speakerphone was one of the best ever.

Posted on Apr 13, 2008

  • dheartglass Apr 13, 2008

    my previous post should have been a comment, but i found the solution to this problem by searching a bit on google:

    It seems that this phone has a bug that affects it when the caller log gets full. It's either a result of the full log, or a particular number in the log, but regardless, if you delete all entries in the caller log, the phone works perfectly.

    Also, i modified my setting so that no numbers are stored to the log anymore.

    for more info on this, see the page where i found the solution:
    http://press.teleinteractive.net/yackity...

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