Question about General Electric 25983EE2 Corded Phone
It sounds like the extension phone needs to be keyed-in to the signal frequency of the base unit. It could have lost the frequency key for several reasons. 1st, make sure the battery signal is not showing a low battery. Next, depending on the model, you may have to sit the extension phone in the cradle on the base unit in order for the signals to coincide, or you may have to remove the battery from the remote phone for one minute to allow it to reset itself, or there may be a set (combination) of key buttons that need to be pressed to make the signal transfer between the remote and base, then it will lock-in and work normal from then on. You need to consult your owners manual for this set(combination) of buttons to depress if this is the case. If you do not have the manual, you can go to www.owneriq.net (that's owner iQ) I'm reasonbly sure it is .net and not .com; good luck, Macgivor.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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