Question about Uniden DECT1080-2 Phone
Ok, I bought these Uniden DECT 1080-2 phones that are the 6.0. Anyways lately they have been acting up and saying the Line In Use when no one is on them. Could it be the cold weather or is someone hacking into our phones?
I experienced this when using this model phone as an analog adjunct to an extension on a Panasonic TA624. The problem would come and go--and was driving me nuts! Turned out the culprit was BGM (Background Music) was occasionally being activated/deactivated on that extension, by pressing the  key inadvertedly. Since there was no outside music source--it was not playing anything to give you a clue. Once I hooked up a music source (an MP3 player) it became obvious. Good luck on finding your problem.
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
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