Question about Panasonic Lands Phones
With this most model of panasonic, you will typically find that the handset will say "line in use" when it is not, and you will have a busy signal when you call the phone from another line.
If you unplug the phone cord from the base, and the line is now clear and you now do not get a busy signal when you call it.
That problem is in the base, and not the phone itself. Its a common defect, that typically occurs after a storm has come through. Unfortunately it is not a setting or an easy component to replace. Your best options are to order a replacement base, or send your base in for repair (the chips that get blown cannot be purchased individually).
Better try to connect the phone to power surge to protect it from further danage.
Before sending the base to factory, try to take the battery out of the phone for a minute or two and then put it back in. Unplug the the phone (jack and power supply) including all extensions, then plug them in again and see whether it works...
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Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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