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This is question is about a home phone not a cellular phone so my answer is for home phones.
First off, if all of your phones are working properly, ignore the light and move on.
If the light is on a piece of Verizon's equipment, unplug all of your phone equipment and, if the light is still on, it is not being caused by your equipment. Instruct Verizon to explain the light or replace the faulty equipment.
If the light is on a piece of equipment you own it is your responsibility. Test the equipment by plugging it into the outside jack which is typically in a grey service box. One side will be marked "customer" and you may need a screwdriver to open it. Your phone company can tell you how to do this if you need help.
Now if the light on your equipment lights up you should check the manual to make sure you know why it is lighting up and if that doesn't explain it contact the manufacturer.
If the light on your equipment is off, problem is your inside wiring and you should have it inspected by a professional.
Hi I contacted Philips by phone and the told me that there is no back light on Model No CD135. I think that is stupid as you can have a back light on the cheapest mobile phone. All handset phones should have a light so it can be used in bad light.
First, it is normal for the line 1 light to quickly flash once every hour or so while it scans all of the phones. If the light is staying on though then this is a problem.
Look at all of the phones. All will show a RED light except for one that will have a GREEN light lit up for line 1. The green lighted on line 1 means that this is the phone that believes it has the right to use the line. When one phone uses the line all of the others are given a signal through a sub carrier of line one to light up in the color red.
I would suspect that the problem phone is a wall phone unit. This is because the switch on this phone is fighting the weight of the receiver versus gravity. There is not much tolerance in these switches as you will notice if you gently put your finger on the receiver at the top of a wall hanging phone.
If it is a wall phone unit causing this problem you can do 1 of 3 things. 1- you can switch this phone to a desktop so gravity is not working against you but for you. 2 - you can put an ugly looking spacer on the button so it pushes in farther. 3- you can try to perform inside surgery on the phone to adjust the tension of the spring on this button.
Hi,Most phones will have that option in the display settings. You can mess with the lighting and timers on the main lcd, the front lcd (or led), and the keypad.If that doesn't work, there's most likely something wrong with the phone. Take it in to a corporate store to get it replaced with a working model.