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Re: need a master PIN
To reset the Gigaset 2420 Pin
At "System Settings" in the Menu press *65# then press the Select button.
"System PIN Reset" will be displayed (if the PIN was not already the default).
The default PIN is 0000.
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PIN restore Gigaset 4010/4015 base If the PIN code forgotten your Siemens Gigaset 4010 / 4015 base (Classic / Comfort / Micro) then follow these steps to create the reset:
* Take the power cord out * Press the button and on the bottom of the base and hold * Insert the adapter into the outlet, hold the base button * Wait 30 seconds, keep the button pressed * Wait 10 more seconds and remove the adpter from the outlet * Put the adapter back in
There is a way to override and reset... I think you need to press *67# when in the system pin area via menu. Confirm this first though. There is a way to do this though- then you reset it to 0000- google it and you will find the answer-
OK, here's what happened. I had the same issue of the phone resetting when a call came in, I thought it was a power issue and through some testing it was not. Here's the fix...Menu \ system settings \ enter pin (if you haven't changed it it is 0000) scroll to factory default and reset. This fixed the problem somehow for me, make sure to write down any impotant messages because it will erase everyting (silly me). I hope this helps.
I just replied to a similar post. This is a common problem, not only with the Siemens but most all manufacturers that used this design of display on many different devices. And in this case, the display connections are pressed on with a special machine and can't be replaced by a do it yourselfer. Sorry I can only recommend sending it in for repair.