Question about GE 21028GE3 Cordless Phone
A friend has a cordless phone with speaker phone. She was talking to her sister, then hung up the phone. Within the hour she had a face to face conversation with her husband(not a phone conversation). Conversation was conducted in the vicinity of the phone. Part of the conversation she had with her husband , somehow, made its way to the answering machine of the sister. Not the entire conversation, but just a couple of words toward the end of the conversation.
On a different occasion the same sister received the entire conversation between two different family members on her answering machine. This was a phone conversation. The sister was not a part of the conversation.
What is it about telephone circuitry that would allow malfunctions of this sort?
Im assuming that my friend is sober, and sane. He appears normal.
He's also not prone to practical jokes and such. Im assuming that what he reported is what happened, or at least he believes it happened.
My guess, assuming nobody recorded the conversation, is that the answering machine picked up before the call could be answered. Check your answering machine for the number of rings before it turns on.
Or maybe your answering machine has a memo record on it that is malfunctioning that recorded a memo
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
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