Question about Uniden Lands Phones
It is possible that your dialer IC could have failed or the optocoupler or the pulse dialing semiconductor/ transistor, Disconnect the phone and use a multimeter to test the line voltage, then connect and test, if the voltage has come down then it is possible that the above mentioned parts needs a check. Often it is the failure of the pulse switching transistor hence you can trace it from the telephone line. Use the multimeter in the contiinuity mode to see for a short here, even for a zenerr diode which is used a protector. disconnect and see if the dial tone returns. In this case replace the shorted diode or transistor or the IC. Hope you try this out. Good day
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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