Question about Dual Handset Cordless Telephone with Caller ID TRU-8860/2 (TRU88602)
Thats a common "problem", but its easy to fix. The Intercom lights flashing like that is normal and they will continue to do so until you "assign" the phone its intercom number. If you have more than one of these phones, go to your other phones, lift the handset and see what intercom number lights on that phone when you do so(the lights/buttons that are flashing). Notate which intercom number that is and move to the next phone. Once you have notated the other intercom numbers go back to the phone you wish to program and push PROGRAM , then push the touch tone key of which intercom number you wish to assign the phone (ie. 1 2 3, etc.), then push MEMORY. That should do it, and if you need replacements their on Amazon. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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