When I attach an earphone (bud or other), the switch on the earphone does nothing, does not enable me to answer a call. If I press the "accept" button while the earphone is plugged in, it causes the incoming call to disconnect. I've never used this feature before (have had the phone for two years). Is this a setup issue or is there a problem with the earphone output of the phone?
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It was very simple for me. Here is what I did:
1. I did a google search for Uniden DECT 6.0 manual
2. I downloaded the manual and searched for the word Volume
3. I looked at the table of contents - and lo and behold the was an entry for Adjusting the Earpiece Volume on page 36.
So you will not have to repeat the simple steps, here is your answer:
Adjusting the Earpiece Volume You can choose from six volume levels for the handset earpiece. To adjust the earpiece volume while on a call, press the up arrow (to make it louder) or the down arrow (to make it softer). The handset display shows the current volume level for the earpiece.
First make sure that your headset is really compatible with the Panasonic
phone. After plug in the headset to phone then u need to enable the
headset mode. To do this: 1) Press PROG. 2) Press program no. 61 (headset mode) and then press ENTER or STORE. 3) Press selection no. 0=OFF, 1=ON headset mode and then press ENTER or STORE again. 4) Press EXIT or PROG.
Just connect the pre existing speaker or earpiece through a newly installed E.P. socket.Whenever headset is connected to the E.P. socket, internal speaker will be disabled and external will be enabled. Same you have to do in the case of mic.Some more details are given below. 1.E.P. Socket = Earphone Socket ( With Series Switch, A SPDT switch is already attached to the inner side of the socket, whenever an E.P. Pin / Plug is inserted into the socket, It changes the position of the SPDT switch). 2.The inner speaker / earpiece / mic should be connected through the N/C ( Normally Connected ) Contact of the socket.