Question about Panasonic KX-TG2740 Cordless Phone
Something such as coffee or soda may have been spilled in the phone causing a loss of connectivity between the keypad and the contacts. The keypad is a rubber membrane with soft round nubs on the bottom that press against gold circuit board contacts when depressed. It would have to be disassembled and clean with q-tips and rubbing alcohol or similar solution. This is for a professional or handy person to perform only. You can get good deals on these phones on EBay for around 30.00 I have bought several phones this way with no problem.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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