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Phillips cd4453 phone; turn off flashing red light

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  • samnicholls Apr 30, 2009

    I have the same problem. I don't have an answering machine service provider to call.

    Someone calls me, they let the phone ring twice, then decide to hang up before I answer. All phones display a message "NEW CALLS" with a date and time. The red indicator on all phones flashes. I can't turn it off. I don't know how to cancel the message. It's driving me crazy.

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Call your answering machine service provider, listen to options ( turn on and off message indicator )

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