Gradually some the phones in our office have begun to beep when the handset is lifted. It started with one and now it is three. We can't figure out what has happened to create this issue. It doesn't seem to affect the other functions, it's just incredibly annoying. Any suggestions?
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Disconnect AC power adapter from the back/bottom of base unit, then connect it again properly.
OR, to resolve this issue, you have to re-register the handset.
To do this on a non-expandable cordless phone: Press and hold the LOCATOR/INTERCOM button on the Base until a beep sounds. Press and hold the FLASH/CALL WAIT button on the Handset until a beep is heard. When registration is complete, a beep sounds from the handset. Wait for 20 seconds after registration is complete to allow the handset to establish communications with the base. If this fails to help: Remove the AC Adapter from the phone base or wall outlet for a few seconds and reconnect. It may also be necessary to remove the battery from the handset for a brief moment.
To do this on a expandable cordless phone system: Press and hold the LOCATOR/INTERCOM button for the extension that is displaying "No Link To Base" on the Base until a beep sounds. Press and hold the FLASH/CALL WAIT button on the Handset that is displaying "No Link To Base" until a beep is heard. When registration is complete, a beep sounds from the handset. Wait for 20 seconds after registration is complete to allow the handset to establish communications with the base. If this fails to help: Remove the AC Adapter from the base or wall outlet for a few seconds and reconnect. It may also be necessary to remove the battery from the handset for a brief moment.
Another user (thank yoiu but I'm sorry I forgot his/her name) had the answer. It was ihe instructions but I missed it. Needed to set the 2nd handset into the main base for 20 seconds so that it could align itself.
1) Call to the first party and hold the line. 2) To add new party, press CONF + 2nd party phone no, after this talk and ask the 2nd party to hold the line. 3) Press CONF again and after a beep tone, then can talk with multiple parties. 4) To leave the conference, press CONF and after beep tone, lift down the handset.
wow good question. and no change on settings. why? well this phones are fully contain system and are not a key or pbx system like the bigger office equipment. but over all it will work well and for the price I think you can bare with the beep.
My handset does not connect to the base station. It flashes momentarily, but does not find the base. The base station has a humming noise when the phone line is disconnected and the talk button is depressed. Hum is also present when the phone line is reconnected. The problem was resolved by replacing the 9VDC power supply. The hum disappeared and the handset immediately connected to the base.
If you have more than one phone line which I assume that you do -if one party has not completely hung up the handset after putting someone on hold when you pick it up on your end you will hear that beeping noise that you are talking about. Have them pick back up the line while you are on it and replace the handset again on thier phone to disconnect completely.
1. make sure phone is charged 2. hold down the "mute/program button on the phone 10 seconds. 3. you should see a message on the screen that says you need to push the "pager button" on the handset. 4. Push the pager button