Question about Philips CD1503B/17 Phone
Ah this issue I think evades any Phillips Phone User - But Alas a workable solution:
First, you must understand what happened. Basically your phone has become undetectable by the base and must be re-registered. Now, before you start to panic, its a very simple step. This is what I did, and had my phones up and running in a minute.
1. Collect all your hand sets and go to the base!
2. Unplug the power cord from the base and you see that speaker button, hold it down for 20 seconds. (Us tech geeks like to call this cycling power, on a spiritual level you are releasing all the bad energy!)
3. Plug your base back in. You will notice all your phones will read "Press Ok".
4. Do each phone separately.
a) Press "Ok" on the Handset
b) Hold down the Speaker Looking button on your base for 5 Seconds and Release
c) When done right, you will here a beep and your handset is good to go
d) Rinse, Repeat for each Phone.
All phones should now be ready to use. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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