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My rca visys phone is constantly dropping calls and initializing. what is the cause?

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Have you contacted your phone company to see if they are causing the cross talk?

Posted on Feb 09, 2010

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Melissa is correct about the manual being wrong. You have to press the Sel/Save button, not the Exit button after recording a personal message. Then you have to follow the directions on page 23 to Configure each line to Personal Message.

Posted on Aug 12, 2010

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SOURCE: RCA ViSYS phone says "replace battery" but it doesn't have one

There is a battery box that holds 4 AAA batteries. It's down under. Not easy tospot but it's there. However, I added fresh batteries and it stil says replace battery. I'd like ot know how to turn off the message.

Posted on Sep 26, 2010

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Follow this link for answers and troubleshooting tips. http://www.rca4business.com/products/pc/viewPrd.asp?idcategory=12&idproduct=14

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RCA ViSYS 2-Line Phone (25255RE2)

Here's the manual for your 2-line phone:
http://www.rca4business.com/products/pc/pdf/instruction-book/25255RE2.pdf

refer to pages 40-43 of your manual for "Answering System Operation."

To enable your Answering System, press and hold the "ans sys" button for 2 seconds.
The "ans sys" button indicator will flash.

To disable your Answering System, press and hold the same button for 2 seconds.
The "ans sys" button indicator will go off.

Posted on May 16, 2011

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I had the same problem (constant initializing with dropped lines, no dial tone, etc) with my RCA Visys 2-line phone (model 25205) after owning it about 3 months, and could not find a solution on the Web, so I called RCA customer service. They said this problem is not user-fixable and they gave me an RMA# to return it. They will send a replacement phone as soon as you fax the receipt, your name, problem with the phone, etc.. Then when you get the replacement phone you send them the bad phone.

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