One of my remote phones was left outside in the rain. even though it was damp I was able to make calls and even received calls. However within a couple of hrs the phone went dead. switched the battery with another remote but the rain phone still didn't work. the other phone with the rain battery did work so its not a battery problem. reassembled the rain phone and put it back in its cradle for 3 days by now and it still dosn't work. so...do you think the phone can be repaired or should I buy a replacement?
My God, you should have gotten a blow dryer immediately and dried the circuits. Not a hot heat, but a steady heat clean clear through. it has worked every time I dropped the phone in the toilet or the dishwater.
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Hello Luis what model of phone system are you using?. Is it an IP-PBX system? What exatly do you mean by "I also have a couple phones running directly off other phones" and ."when an outside call comes in that phone that is running off the other one doesnt ring".We could be of help
That is not possible on the Partner ACS. The oONLY thing that would be close to what you want is Remote Call Forward.
As long as you have a Partner ACS release 6 or higher,
You need to set the permissions on a phone, then set that phone to forward out to teh external number. Then when calls come in, you transfer to that phone, which will forward to a cell or external number....boom, done!
My experience with an old (100+) and newer house is that it is important to make sure your telephone wires coming into the house, and the junction block where all the wires connect, stay clean and dry. If the wires can get damp or dirty, then when that 90 volts of ringing voltage come down the line, it may find a low impedance path. At my old house I had to make sure the outside wires didn't touch the ground or get damp. In my newer house, I discovered the wiring block was near a dryer vent where it got a ton of fuzz on it, plus the moisture, so eventually our phones stopped ringing even though we could make calls and our DSL was not affected. When we exposed and cleaned up the wiring block so that the phone company tech could re-visit us to troubleshoot things, suddenly it started working again.