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Constant busy signal on all phones. Have unplugged base phone and other 3 handsets. Cable service on TV's works fine.

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SOURCE: GE Phone Model 25881

Per the instruction manual, there is supposed to be a switch on the base (look on the back or bottom) for TONE/PULSE mode. Here is a link to the manual: http://www.home-electronics.net/GE/ProductDownloads/25881EE3_IB.pdf In the "troubleshooting" section, there is this entry: Dial tone is OK, but can?t dial out: Make sure the TONE/PULSE setting on the base is set to the type of phone service you are subscribed to.

Posted on Mar 04, 2007

SOURCE: Uniden DCT648 register phone problem

I have contacted Uniden about solving this problem. They suggested I clear the eeprom on the handsets and reset the base. To clear the eeprom detach all of the batteries and reattach while holding the star and pound. You'll hear a beep. Press select and the unit will clear the eeprom. Now hit end and the unit will say "Welcome...something or other". Next unplug the base unit reattach while holding delete. Next hit delete twice...the base is reset. Apparently this is the last possible solution to marrying the handsets and base. This didn't work for me and the units have been declared dead. Good luck in solving your electronic problems.

Posted on May 14, 2007

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SOURCE: Panasonic KX-TGA101S base not charging.

Here are a couple things you can try.

Clean the charging contacts, this can be done two ways. The manufacture's recommend using a pencil eraser. I recomend using a q-tip and some rubbing alchol. Just rub the alchol soaked q-tip on all the metal contacts on the bases and the bottom of the handset.

Gooo luck.
Hope this helps

Posted on Mar 12, 2008

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SOURCE: Panasonic KX-TGA101S base not charging.

PyroPC Man is right! Thanks!

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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SOURCE: Uniden DCT648 register phone problem

On the Base Station select HS Registration then on the Handset hold # for 2 sec

Posted on Apr 13, 2008

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Constant busy signal


Has this constant busy signal just started or has it come recently? If you've got a space receiver/handset use it to replace what you've got connected at present. If fault persists then it's not the unit that's at fault but the line's faulty and needs reporting to the service provider. If the fault went away when you changed the unit then you know that the problem lies with the handset/receiver or whatever you call it. Decide what to do in this case-probably get a better handset.

May 06, 2015 | Lands Phones

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My phones are not working at says out of range.


When a cordless phone says "Out of Range" or "Searching for Signal", there are a number of possible issues (assuming you are close to the base). 1) The handset battery may be low and not taking a charge. If the battery is more than a year old (including time spent in storage), replace the batteries for both handsets.
2) The base may not have power or an incoming telephone line signal. Check that the power adapter is warm (power to the base). Use another phone cord (and a second phone (preferably corded) to check for a dial tone). If a second phone has no dial tone, see below for diagnosing a phone line.
3) The phone base has lost the registration information for the handsets. A way to reset the phone is to unplug the power cord (from both the wall outlet and the phone base) and the phone data line and unplug the batteries from all handsets. Wait several minutes then plug in the base power and data cords and then reconnect the phone batteries. You may want to re-register the handsets. This is done by putting the handset in the main charging base for 20 seconds when the handset is fully charged. (See your phone manual) The phone was made by Thomson Electronics for GE; the manual is available here: http://www.home-electronics.net/USER-GUIDES/25952_DOM_EN_CL_IB.pdf .
4) The phone base or handsets are not transmitting or receiving the signals properly. This means that the phone needs repair or replacement. If it is under warranty, contact the manufacturer. Otherwise decide if the phone is worth the repair costs.

If you have no dial tone at the jack where the base is connected, check another phone jack on that line. If you still have no dial tone, find where the phone service comes in. Then open the service box and if the service is fairly new, plug in the RJ-11 test phone and listen for a dial tone. If you can't plug in the phone cord or there is no dial tone, contact your service provider. They will test and fix any outside problem.

If the problem is inside, inspect the visible wires. If you have a DSL filter as part of the inside wiring, check/replace it. If only one jack has a problem, open the faceplate and fix any loose wires. There are two faceplate designs - screw terminals or keystone jacks. For the screw-type, the conductors must be stripped and secured under the screws. For the keystones, the conductors are not stripped but pressed into the terminals with a punch-down tool. This tool is available at many home improvement stores in the wiring aisle. See http://www.lanshack.com/wire_phone_jack.aspx for a diagram of the wiring.

If the problem is not in a visible part of your wiring, you may want a professional to find and fix the problem. Your telephone provider will be willing to do the work for a fee.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Jan 20, 2012 | GE 25952 Cordless Phone

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My handset on the display window is flashing "base" i cannot use my landline even though my landline is connected because my internet is working


You didn't include the name and model of your phone - so I can only offer generic help with this problem. Typically, when a cordless phone handset indicates "base" it means that it has lost its link with the radio in the base unit. You should simply place the handset in the base charger for a few seconds and the handset will re-establish a link with the base. The loss of link can happen if you separate the two too far from each other or if the battery drains to deeply. If you still have problems, please provide the name and model of the phone system you have.

Lastly, you can lose phone service even if your internet is still working. Many cable systems use dedicated cables for phone service that are independent of the TV signals and internet. DSL from your phone company is a separate service that is "piggy-backed" on the wire with dial tone. These services can have one service working even if the other has failed. If you have VOIP service however, this would NOT apply as VOIP is dependent on internet connectivity only.

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Aug 02, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I have a SKPE Phillips phone VO1P8411B/37. In an effort to fix the phone I de-registered it. When I select REGISTER, it comes back with 'Registration failed'. I tried to put in the default code of 0000...


Firstly, unplug the base unit, then remove from this base unit the ethernet cable and most importantly, unplug the telephone line! Then remove the batteries from the 2nd handset. Keep everything unplugged for a few minutes, then plug the power into the base unit, wait 1 minute, then plug in the Ethernet cable and wait 5 more minutes. Do NOT plug in the telephone line just yet. After the 5 minute wait, put the batteries back into the 2nd handset and then follow the registration instructions from the manual (copied below)...

Make sure you have configured the language, country code, and area code of your
phone before registering additional handsets.

1. Press "Reg.". Register shall be highlighted.
2. Enter the system PIN (Default: 0000). Use "Clear" to correct typing errors.
3. Press "Enter" to confirm.
• Your handset starts searching for the base.
4. Press the top button on the base unit until the two indications turn off.

• If registration is unsuccessful, the signal icon displays steadily.

TIP: IF REGISTRATION FAILED, REPEAT THE ABOVE PROCEDURE.

Like other methods, you must hold down the button on the base unit until the lights STOP blinking. When you have successfully registered your 2nd handset, then plug in the telephone line into the base station. I did the above and it worked! The trick is to be patient and wait the few minutes while everything resets itself.

Aug 05, 2010 | Philips Lands Phones

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Once every 2 weeks or so, my Panasonic pqlv30042yam phone seems to hang up the whole system, so I can't get a dial tone or make/receive calls. The phone is part of Shaw Cablesystems, Edmonton, Alberta's ...


I have seen this several times as I am a service tech. for a cable company. Cordless phones use an electronic switch to open and close the circuit rather than a manual switch. The handset of a corded phone pushes down the switch to hang up the phone (open the circuit) when you place it on the cradle. A faulty switch in the handset or base can cause the phone to stay off the hook even if the handset is off. In some cases I have seen the phone base cause a short in the phone system as well. The best way for you to troubleshoot this is to wait for it to happen again and simply unplug the phone cord from the phone or wall jack. The phone system should come back on just fine at this time. If it does not come on than check to make sure your modem or MTA did not go offline indicating another problem like signal issues. If your modem is still online and no dial tone is present and you have to power cycle everything because it locked up than this may indicate a short caused by your phone or other bad equipment like the modem/MTA. I only mention your phone as the cause of the short because a technician already has diagnosed this as the cause.

Dec 09, 2009 | Lands Phones

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Phone line gets glitched and phone gives one very short ring with error message on readout.


phones not working people are trying to call they tell me there getting a busy signal and cant get through me. I have three motorola E51 cordless phones and they are showing parallel set on the lcd screen how can i get my phones back working

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A busy signal


Hi Kevin,

Sorry for being off line so long. If you have not fixed the problem already, I would try de-registering the handset 3 (from both the base and handset), then re-register it, it should re-register as HS 3, unless 1 and 2 are vacant. If that does not do it, de-register just the handset (not at the base), then re-register it to the base, it will grab the next sequencial intercom number. If it is still failing, then the handset is most likely defective. As a last resort, you can try initializing the handset and the base. Let me know how it goes. CG

Apr 03, 2008 | Panasonic KX TGA400B Cordless Expansion...

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Phone rings, but once answered its not possible to hear a voice.


Similar issue - brand new phone - but incoming calls (skype or landline) would ring - and then nothing, and outgoing calls the handset would just reset.

The handset would just lose signal constantly (less than 2 meters from the base station).

The phone shipped with the latest software - but eventually I reinstalled it - no change, then de-registered the handset, powered everything down and re-registered the handset and that *seems* to have done it .....

So
1 - reflash / re-install latest software from philips website (even if the phone already has the same version)
2 - de-register handset (follow instructions)
3 - unplug base station and remove batteries from handset
4 - turn on base station, put batteries in handset
5 - re register handset (follow instructions in manual)

and that seems to do it.

Nov 18, 2007 | Philips VOIP8411B/37 IP Phone

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Phone Installation - Out Of Service


Find the manual on the link below. Check batteries are charged preferably for a few hours then perform the reset as per the manual: To re-initialize the handset and base: 1 Disconnect the power to the base. 2 Remove the handset battery pack. 3 Wait at least 15 seconds. 4 Insert the handset battery pack. 5 Connect the power to the base. 6 Put the handset in the base to re-initialize. 7 Wait for handset to display READY (or handset name). http://telephones.att.com/docMgt/public/art/306/2255_.pdf

Jul 28, 2007 | AT&T 2.4 GHz 2255 Cordless Phone

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