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Problem with CID in AT&T EP5632

Even after storing phone numbers in the directory, I cannot see those number displayed in the CID.

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Your display screen may be powered by the battery in your phone and it might be getting tired. If that isn't the case the LCD display has died. Thanks Jerry

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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    I just replaced the batteries in both handsets because one display wouldn't work and the other one was very faint. The batteries didn't help; the same problems exist. I guess i bought new batteries for nothing.

    How can the led displays be fixed? The phones are probably 3 years old and out of warranty. Sometimes it doesn't pay to buy nice phones that don't last. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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I have a vtech Dect 6.0 #6041 dual handset cordless phone but do not have a manual for it. I have tried numerous times off and on for months to view the manual online, however it only ever lets me view...


To delete a single entry from the call log, press CID/down. Use up/down to scroll to the desired entry and press MUTE/REMOVE. To delete all entries, press CID/down, then press and hold MUTE/REMOVE until it display "DELETE ALL?". Press MENU/SELECT.

To store a directory entry, Press MENU/SELECT twice to enter the DIRECTORY. Use up/down to reach "STORE" and then press MENU/SELECT. The screen displays "ENTER NUMBER". Use the keypad to enter the number and then press MENU/SELECT. The screen displays "ENTER NAME". Use the keypad to enter the characters and then press MENU/SELECT. The screen displays "STORED" and you'll hear a confirmation beep.

You should be able to download the manual at
http://vt.vtp-media.com/ecp/documents/product_Product/85/UserManual/245/6041_Manual.pdf


http://vt.vtp-media.com/ecp/documents/product_Product/
85/UserManual/245/6041_Manual.pdf

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Putting numbers in the memory and editing


To store numbers in memory do the following
(Make sure the phone is in standby and not in TALK mode)
2.) Press the memory button on the handset or base.
3.) Press the desired memory location button (0 through 9 number keys) or
use the CID-VOL (- or + ) buttons on the handset or CID/rev or CID/skip)
buttons on the base to scroll to desired memory location. If the memory
location is occupied, the stored name and number displays. If the
memory location is unoccupied, EMPTY shows in the display.
4.) Press the memory button again. The display shows ENTER NAME.
5.) Use the base or cordless handset touch-tone pad to enter a name (up to
15 characters).
6.) Press the memory button again to save your selection. The display
shows ENTER TEL NUMBR.
7. Enter the area code followed by the
telephone number (up to 24 digits, including pauses) and press the
memory button again to save your selection. The unit beeps to confirm.
8. To enter another name and number in a different memory location,
return to step 1 and repeat the process.



Manual available HERE

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How do i change my phone from numbers to letters


Hi,
I am not sure about the brand & model number you are using. But in NOKIA phone you need to PRESS # for more than 5 Seconds then it will change to letter, word & vice versa.

Thanks...!!

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How do I program to see my missed calls on this phone


Remember what you asked for. If you have CID service, you pick a spare button and program it for call log. Press PROG the button and dial 54 STORE. (Press PROG to exit) It will light up with the missing calls and display a log of all calls that came into the phone. Your navigator button will step you through the directory.

54 and a group number will display ALL CALLS that came into an ICD group. By default, the main group is usually 600 or 601.

Carl

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I have 5.8 vtech phone. A set of 3. I would like


Delete a Number/Name Stored in the Directory
1. Press . The screen displays DIRECTORY.
2. Press or to scroll alphabetically through entries stored in directory.
— OR —
Press the dial pad key for the first letter of the entry you want to delete.
3. When the screen displays the entry you want to delete, press select . Then press or until
ERASE flashes.
4. Press select . The screen displays ERASE NO YES and the number. The current choice
flashes.
5. Press until YES flashes.

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This is just a guess, because it works on my 848.

While you are displaying the CID directory, press the TRANSFER button. Repeat as necessary.

Carl

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Editing Directory in a Merdian 9156 Phone


There is a directory button on your Meridian-press this button and press the down arrow key until the name is displayed in the display window and press your left arrow key to change the name and number after making the correction press your save button to store.  I hope this helps.

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Caller ID display on Panasonic on KX-T7731 telephone set


Pick 2 buttons on the left side keystrip and label them CID-Indication and CID-Selection Then press PROGRAM press the button and dial 96 STORE for the first and 97 STORE for the second. When a call comes in, the Selection button will toggle between the name and the number and if yuu're looking at missed calls, the date and time of the call. When you miss a call, the Indication button will light and you press it to view the Names of missed calls.

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Personal directory?


That's in a different location in the system. It sounds like you're using DID (where everyone has their own phone number). Your installer probably didn't assign names to the DID numbers, which does just what you are asking for.

We have a support package that allows us to make all the changes you need over the Internet for a flat annual fee. If you want your whole system to work properly and all changes to be made for you at a flat budget, call us at 877-236-8376.

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Having trouble putting memory of names and numbers.


First you have to push the PROG button on the phone (Its located by the REDIAL button.) Then you push the round SELECT button located by the on and off buttons. After you do this you simply use the number pad to enter the name in which you wish to store in your directory. If you mess up you can go back by using the volume - button.(also known as the CID button) When you have finished typing the name hit the round SELECT button. Now you are ready to enter the persons telephone number. When you have finished hit the SELECT button once more and you have finished storing it. To see the number in which you have just stored hit the DIR button, also know as the volume + button.  

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Static and short range on handsets when base unit is cold This is a strange one: the base unit of my cordless phone (AT&T EP5632) has become very temperature sensitive in the last few months. The phone is about 3 years old, and when the weather is warm, i.e., room temperatures over about 75 degrees F, it works ok, but when the weather is cold, i.e., room temperature below 70, there is a lot of static on the line when using either handset. This static slowly disappears if the phone is used for a few minutes and after a 5-10 minute phone call, the line is clear and the range is good. The speakerphone on the base unit works fine all the time (perfectly clear), so it is not a problem with the line. The Bluetooth connection works pretty well too, though it does have a little of the same static sounds, just not so much as to be unusable like the handsets are in the morning. The handsets also have been suffering from a significantly reduced range over the last few months: they used to work across the yard in another building, but now they need to be 10 feet away to get a dial tone and at night they loose the connection to the base unit when on the charger upstairs. I have tried moving the base to another room, but this did not help, and in fact this seemed to make it worse for a while because the unit cooled off while it was unplugged. Any ideas how to fix this would be welcome. Since it's out of warranty and I'd even be willing to take it apart and resolder things if needed, but I can't seem to find any tech literature on the unit. Thanks so much for any help you can provide!

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