Question about GE Lands Phones
SOURCE: Can't deactivate headset
Did you check the connector on the bottom of your phone ? If theres any greenish stuff (oxidation) on the connectors/pins, there's your problem. This occurs if the connector has been exposed to moisture. If this is the case you can try to clean off as much as you can and it might correct the problem. But if this doesn´t work, the problem might be inside your phone. If you're up for it, you can take it apart yourself and try to clean the inside of your connector. If youre not up for it, or the connector is clean, take the phone down to your local service-center and have them take a look at it.
Posted on Oct 05, 2007
if you right click on the realtek audio manager at the bottom right hand corner of yr screen, then hit the microphone tab, you might be able to run 'acoustic echo cancellation'.
otherwise, turn up your microphone a bit, and make sure you have enough bandwidth, ie your not running torrents or have msn messenger sending or receiving a file or something (or indeed running at all, it is sucky bloatware hoho).
try turning the pc sound down a bit and the skype volume up a bit.
otherwise we just have to wait for skype to improve, as i'm sure it will do as more people use the service. good luck..
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
Here is a link to the GE website with manuals. I found 5922 EE1 and EE2. I wasn't able to find FE2, but I bet that one of the 5922 manuals will probably help...
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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