Question about Uniden DECT 6.0 Cordless Phone ID
The telephone cord may not be connected correctly.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
I got that too! CenturyLink came to a Telephone line and setting up our Prism and our phone. Check to see if a cable truck is over your phone line and try again later.
Posted on Jul 19, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What you need to do first of all , put of the phone then disconnect it from the power supply allow he phone for about five minute ,then put it on again check the phone respond on your command if the problem remain same or solve.
Note if the problem remain then you will need to send me the name and the mode /serial number of the phone to guide you further.
Posted on Sep 06, 2011
SOURCE: my phone says check tel line.
I have a similar model from the same manufacturer.
You've got the AC adapter plugged into the wall and the phone base, and the phone wire with std. phone connectors plugged into your phone jack and phone base, and it's still not working.
This can happen if the phone line is not active, or if the "pair" of wires is reversed (which is how DSL worked exclusively for years). Ultimately, it's not sensing a dial tone on the line you're base is plugged into.
First, make sure you can hook up a std. phone handset, if you have one, to the active phone line wire and plug to make sure the line and wire can result in a dial tone. Then, unplug that phone and plug in your new base. You should now be able to use the phone.
If, for any reason, you can't get a dial tone, it may be possible the plug you're using had a two-line phone plugged into it previously, which places the other line on another pair within the 4 wires for that type of plug. In other words, the active wires you want are in the wrong place for the phone to access.
I would recommend taking this handset to a phone jack you know to work fine with a single-line phone, near an AC outlet, and give it a try there like I outlined above. If it works there, then it's just the phone jack and maybe wiring position that is your issue.
You can also find at many hardware and electronic stores a simple phone line checker. It's a small box with some lights on it, with a short phone cable and plug coming out of the other end. You plug this into your phone line jack, and it tells you if the phone wires are wired correctly (typically a green light), or crossed (red light). This may be the source of your problem.
I hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 16, 2012
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