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Re: radio shack caller id
The tuning location of a station can be expressed in frequency (kHz or
MHz) or in wavelength (meters). The following information can help you
make the necessary conversions.
1 MHz (million) = 1,000 kHz (thousand)
To convert MHz to kHz, multiply the number of megahertz by 1,000:
9.62 (MHz) x 1000 = 9620 kHz
To convert from kHz to MHz, divide the number of kilohertz by 1,000:
2780 (kHz) ÷ 1000 = 2.780 MHz
To convert MHz to meters, divide 300 by the number of megahertz:
300 ÷ 7.1 MHz = 42.25 meters
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If this is a stand alone analog(not connected to phone system) telephone, check for batteries. If the phone is connected to a phone system, the phone must be set to ring to receive caller ID. If neither suggestion helps, please send model number of phone and model number of phone system if there is one.
My Manual said to remove everything from unit including batteryWait around 10 to 12 seconds then replace back up battery BUT don't touch any of buttons on display after inserting battery, Turn unit over and You should see french/spanish/english on display & hit the key that is UNDER the language of Choice, then Re-conect unit to phone lines
Yes you can get stand alone caller ID units, they simply plug into the main line in phone jack. BTW, If you have a modem in your PC you can also then use it as a telephone "anything" Call center, answer-phone, voice-mail, and of course Caller ID. A lot of the software is freeware available on the 'net for download and install.
Caller ID information is passed between the first and second rings.
Try connecting a regular corded telephone or a standalone Caller ID box. Does Caller ID information show up?
If you have multiple telephones (I don't mean a single cordless telephone base with multiple handsets) and none of them are showing Caller ID after 3 rings it would appear that the telephone company does not have Caller ID turned on for your telephone line.
just connect one end of the phone plug to the id caller,then connect the outlet of the caller id and fix it to phone...........even then if u hav problem, may be ur caller id doesn.t hav batteries..............otherwise u may hav some problem in the id caller socket where phone plugs r inserted................
Here is the tip directly from the manufacture vtech.
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Caller ID and Call Waiting ID are subscription services, available from most local telephone service providers. You must subscribe to these services in order for the features to work on your phone. Contact your local telephone service provider for more information.
In addition, your caller must be calling from an area that supports caller ID.
Both you and your caller?s telephone service provider must use compatible caller ID systems.
Caller ID and Call Waiting ID may not be available for every call. Common reasons are incompatibilities between your and your caller?s service, transmission errors and answering calls before the ID data is received.
They state that if you have further problems, to contact customer support at 1-800-595-9511.
Also, who is your phone service provider? And who is the manufacture of the old phone?
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