Question about Panasonic KX-TG6074B Phone
When turning on the phone, you get very loud volume and a echo.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Echo is a symptom of poor synchronization. if the echo is from the network, the echo is from one telco handing off to another telco. if the echo is from your phone, it is a sync problem with the cordless phone to base. in the phone world, this is called "slippage" because the synchronization slips. The phone was actually connected to a wall socket (via appropriate adaptor for the adsl line). Actually try to get the reduced the volume on the handset own to the minimum which has fixed the problem.
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