I have found that if you unplug all your phones, take the battery out of the handset, and let them sit for about 15 minutes, this will solve the problem. It does not, however, fix the problem permanantly. It will probably occur again, but at least you can use them again.
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i have the same problem. 1 never let baby/kids chew on charger ends. it corrodes the connections and will not charge phone. 2. i found that some phone adapters are slightly different and damage the chargers connection. 3 do not drop or pull charger connection away from phone at odd angles also damages the connection.
There's some problem with the phone's ability to detect a dial tone. Check that the phone's base is connected to your home's AC power and the telephone cord is securely connected at the phone base and wall jack. If still not working, continue checking by disconnecting the cord from the base and connecting a different working phone. If the phone does not work while connected to this cord - there's a problem with the cord. Try replacing the cord between the jack and phone. If it still won't work - you may need to contact your telephone company's repair service to get it fixed. Good luck!
Unblocked phones with telephone providers are not guaranteed to work with the new provider.
In your case, the phone was locked to the TELUS network and was programmed to work that way. Once you unblocked the phone to work with Rogers, the phone signal will work however the phone's 4G connection may simply not connect and there is no support for this because the phone is considered "gray market"
Your only real solution is to use wi-fi networks in the area to use the internet. Even if you manually programmed the access point name and operator network, the phone will still most likely not connect to the 4G network.
PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOUR PHONE BLUE TOOTH IS WORKING PROPERLY IF YES TRY CONNECTING YOUR PHONE WITH OTHER BLUE TOOTH HEADSETS. IF IT GETS CONNECTED YOUR PHONE DOESN'T SUPPORT YOUR HEADSET. IF IT DOESNT YOUR PHONE ISN;T WORKING GOOD.
The KX-T7735 is a proprietary digital phone that only works when connected to a Panasonic telephone system through a 4 wire line cord. It does not need an ac power connection to operate, it gets its power through the line cord when connected to a Panasonic phone system. This phone will not work if connected directly to an outside line.
Check Following Instructions:
- Connect your ear phone pin properly to your MP3 Player.
- If one ear phone not working - check ear phone wire is break - connect wire metal correcly.
your ear phone will working.
Seems like alot of discussion around on getting phones to ring.
I think the interesting scenario here is when people want to be able to connect the MJ to house wiring to have phones connected remotely work normally (call/ring).
First, it is important to have phones which have REN's be as small as possible. I started with MJ connected to my home wiring (ie connect MJ to a wall phone socket hoping to have a phone elsewhere in the house work normally). I was using a TRU8885 with 2handsets (is AC powered) - the REN on this phone is a paltry .08 . I could call normally, but not get a ring.
I had an old computer with USB ver 1.0, so I first got a cheap USB 2.0 card which I installed which did not fix the problem - it is reasonable to assume these cards have sufficient power.
I tested the phone directly attached to the MJ (4ft phone cable) and it worked. I tested likewise with a 20ft cable and it worked. I reconnected to my house network and it did not work with the phone attached to phone jack at my desk.
I traced the lines in my basement (I was already disconnected from outside landline connection) contemplating eliminating unnecessary wiring and lo and behold I discovered in a corner of my basement that an old bell-ringer phone was connected to my house network! When I disconnected this phone (and the obvious voltage load associated with it), my phone rang perfectly.
Here's my conclusion: 1. use a phone with lowest possible REN (less than 1 certainly, closer to .1 desireable). 2. don't worry about powered hubs if already connected to computer's USB since it is likely sufficiently powered. 3. don't get into power boosting phone systems (see #1) 4. eliminate high-REN other devices from phone network 5. run a test of of phone direct connected to MJ - if this doesn't work, likely your phone is not AC powered or is too high a REN.