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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi trinigirl, You should not have to do anything to make the caller id information come through. There is no programming to perform for the regular caller id identification on your display after the second ring (it takes at least one ring cycle for the digital information to pass through). Your model also has the talking caller id function, which will announce in English the callers name or a custom name you can prepare in the phone book of handset number 1. With all that said, you are not getting caller id showing after the second ring, then your phone is bad (which is pretty rare for this symptom), or your phone line still does not have caller id activated. To troubleshoot your problem you need another phone line with working caller id and/or a different phone that is known good to pass caller id. That way you can interchange the phones/lines to see if it is your line or your phone. My guess it is your line somehow, though I have fixed phones that won't pass caller id, but rarely. If it is your phone, try rebooting it, thats about all you can do short of sending it in for repair. Let me know how it goes. CG
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
It is my understanding that the "b" on the model name only stands for black. I searched for your model with out it and found this link for the manual as a PDF. Hope this helps. Daryl
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
You first need to know if your service provider can provide you with caller-id service.If they do, you have to pay some extra money (not much) on your account.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
Baby monitors apparently are all on 2.4GHz frequency range. Phones have to be either beneath ie 1.8GHz or above eg 5.4GHz and no interference will occur. So simply had to change the phone because its frequency range was 2.4GHz.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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