My sanyo pm 8200 cell phone yesterday for some reason is not getting a signal in areas that previously had 4 bars. now i have no bars or 1 bar. my wife has the same phone and hers is working fine in the same areas. is there something that can be adjusted to tune the phone in again?
Not sure about the bars, but you can go to the settings in the main menue and try to go to roam only. It could be that you r carrier is having a problem with their tower. Your phone, normally, will try to stay on your carriers towers. If you force it to a roaming status, you might get a better signal, but on a roaming network.
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Sounds like you both need to contact your carrier for the repair office phone number. Sometimes the carriers can reset the phone for a fix, sometimes the phone needs more detail attention that a repair office could help with,.
Probably your Antenna conection has some defect or may has some loosing part inside your phone. If you can open your phone by yourself, you can lloak at the antenna area to see any defect there. This one could be the defective part of the phone and need some professional tools to detect it. Please view the link below to see whether you can find any solution:
Call your carrier for assistance. usually it is the last 4 digits of your phone number. However, if somebody has set a code on it... you might be able to go online to retrieve the info. I would FIRST call your carrier they may have a simple fix.