Have already replaced 3 of the original 5 phones.. Three are working now but cannot get the other 2 to co-operate. I no longer have 4 lines into my home;only 2. Can't get a dialtone or sound when plugged into jacks but phones can be programed for correct ext.,date,etc. . I have changed connection lines from jacks to phones using muti lines or singles, NOTHING works. HELP
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Re: NO SOUND WHEN PLUGGED IN JACKs
Have you verified that the jacks affected have DT on them with another single line phone? If it doesn't, it could be a wiring issue between the NID (Network Interface Device) where you service comes from the pole to the house. This could especially be the issue since you have recently had lines DC.
Most NID's have a service jack where you can plug a phone in from the NID. This will bypass all possible inside wiring issues that may exist.
I would start from there and if you have dial tone at the NID. Then verify that you have jacks wired the same as the NID.
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it sounds to me like the wires from the front panel connectors are not connected to the motherboard inside the computer case, open the case up find the front connectors wires inside and find out if there are any connectors on the motherboard to plug them into.
the reason the rear ones work is because they are soldered directly to the motherboard.
This phone system should only have one physical phone jack connection as all the handsets are wireless. It sounds like you may be getting your phone service via your Internet Service Provider. It would help to know how you are connecting your home telephone wiring to your equipment.
click start control panel hardware and sound manage audio devices playback you should see your speakers right click select enable or you might have to configure them this option will be at the bottom of of the playback list also right click on the speaker select properties you should see a few tabs general levels enhancement and advanced you might find you need to select a different option possibly stereo or dvd or studio quality windows7 hope it helps
2. 2 Backup your contacts list and personal files to MMC memory card (if possible). 3. 3 Switch on your phone. 4. 4 Press and hold these three keys together: * Red dial key, * Sharp key (#) * One key (1) 5. 5 Press the power on/off to swtich off the S60 phone. Do not let go the three keys until you see the "formatting" screen displayed 6. 6 Wait a few minutes until the format is complete. Your phone will now be at its original factory settings
1. 1 Before you format your phone, make sure you back up all your ringtones, SMS and picture messages and most importantly yout contacts. You can use the Nokia PC Suite to do this. 2. 2 Press Red key, select disconnect. 3. 3 Once you've done this, key in *#7370# *#7780# . It will immediately prompt you to restart your phone. 4. 4 Select 'Yes' and the phone will restart after formatting. It takes about 2 to 3 minutes to complete the process. Also ensure that your phone is well charged before you format. 5. 5 Now restore all your ringtones, messages and contacts and you once again have a fresh OS.
Bad News boy, Since you already checked the drivers and teh volume option. which makes it eaasy for us to identify the root cause of the problem.
So try these steps.
1. Check in sound and audio device properties in control pannel, if you have the correct audio device listed. also check if nothing is on mute in volume control.
2. if its not the correct one. i suggest remove the existing driver from add and remove program and then try reinstalling it.
3. If thats the correct one, then Check if the external speakers / head phones produce sound.
4. if yes, then everything is fine in the computer, Don not do anything as all the software is fine.
5. If no, then the internal speakers have gone bad, which is ver rare, but it may happen.
Consider replacing the internal speakers,
I am sure this will help you.
Best of Luck!
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There is a solution which is easily implemented if you have discontinued phone service from your landline carrier.
1. Find the "block" where the landline enters your home and disconnect the wire which enters the block from the phone co.
2. At this point the wires in your home are "dead". If you had a dial tone before, you should no longer.
3. From your t-mobile@home router connect the phone line output to one of the regular phone jacks in the wall.
4. You should be able to now connect your vtechs to any outlet in your home --- regardless of the distance from the router.
5. You also can use your old regular wired phones if you wish to.
It is my hope that I can help. This applies to the type of sound card on your PC.
- If you have a 2-channel sound card: Select 2 on the source selector switch on the subwoofer. Connect the green plug from the audio input cable to tyhe front jack on your PC sound card. With this input setting, your speakers will upmix the 4-channel signal and create a center signal for your speakers.
- If you have a 4-channel sound card: Select '4' on the source selector switch on the subwoofer. Connect the colored jacks on the audio input cable to the jacks on your PC sound card, making sure to match the colors.
- If you have a '6'-channel sound card: Select '5-1' on the source selector switch on the subwoofer. Connect the colored jacks on the audio input cable to the jacks on your PC sound card, making sure to match the colors.
Your sound card is located on the back of your PC Tower.
I suspect someone disabled lines 3 and 4 on these phones.
To re-enable these lines:
1. Press PROGRAM 2. Press * 3. Press #. 4. Enter one digit on the keypad for the line number. 2=L2 3=L3 4=L4 5. Press 0 to turn the line off, or 1 to turn the line on. 6. Press Trnsfer. You will hear a confirmation ring if you entered the data correctly.
Alternately, you may have only plugged the line into the L1/L2 jack on the back. This phone does not take a 4-line jack, but instead takes two 2-line jacks.