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We have had a panasonic KX-A141ALM (two handsets) for about 6 years. Yesterday they suddenly had no dial tone. We checked all plugs & connections, the handsets are charged and we have now changed the AAA batteries inside them. We tried calling our number from mobiles and could not hear the phones ringing but it rang through to our Telsta message bank (so the line itself is OK). Have they just died or is there something wecan do?

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We have this model also, and have exerienced similar problems. Try disconnecting all of the phone lines for that ph number, for a minimum of 30 seconds. Reconnect and the line should be functioning again. It always works for me.

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Hi There, me too. I have the same models. one is on our fax machine and the other is remote. One does not ring, sometimes does not answer, other times it won't ring out. bugged if i know, i'm investing in another handset but am unsure if the later models will pair to the base station............good luck

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    More on this subject....I have a feeling that my problem began when we installed a new ADSL2 modem. It has a wireless feature with an arial. Perhaps this interfers with the signal for the base station to the phones? I am trying to figure out the signal range and maybe the modem is configurable.

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