Hello. I have had this phone for a year with no problem. But all of a sudden, no one can hear me when I speak on the headset. I can hear them, no problem, and the handset works fine. Any solution? thanks
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Yes that is a problem I see, but to be very candid it should not be related to the battery replacement, and more from getting bumped around. Did you happen to move? Nevertheless, it is usually from an internal component failure or solder break inside the phone (unless your volume is turned down, but even at the lowest level its audible). Did you happen to use a headset? Sometimes excessive tension from the headset cable will break the receive circuit you could check the solder joints. But to be candid, it sounds as if you need to send it in for repair. You can find some options by googling ... Panasonic cordless telephone repair. The kx-tc1484b is a nice phone, good range, and normally very durable, certainly worth fixing.
It requires a headset key to be programmed in Memory Block 4-12 as a type of Feature Access Key in order for the jack underneath the phone to work. Then you just press the button to speak via the headset.