Question about Uniden Cordless Phone
We have two lines at this business. When we have someone on hold on the primary line, the cordless phone will not rollover to the second line when another call comes in like our corded phones do. Is the phone not capable of doing such? Help!
The handset should display which line is on hold, when the other line rings the handset operator would have to push the corresponding line/talk/flash button. e.g if line 2 is on hold and flashing, press line1/talk1/flash button.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I still need a model number, but if it's not possible and you reeeally want to use the cordless, if you have a modem in your computer, you can have it dial pulse, pick up the cordless, and hang up the modem......
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
We've had the same problem with our new Uniden phone. Sounds like someone's on the other line - no dial tone and answering machine doesn't work. The telephone line works though because we plugged our old phone in and it works fine. Any solutions anyone?
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
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