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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: we have had a panasonic
We have this model also, and have exerienced similar problems. Try disconnecting all of the phone lines for that ph number, for a minimum of 30 seconds. Reconnect and the line should be functioning again. It always works for me.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
hmmm .. the lucent 103h is called a "partner 5 slot (carrier) chassis for partner internal phone systems .... used in business usually for multiple phones... unless you have a home phone by that same name .. if you do have a "partner" system then lucent repairs those for about $65 ... check the line before considering repair ... if you have a single standard phone that just happens to have the same name .. then you may have a damaged telephone line .. you can test that by unplugging this phone and temproarily plugging in another .. if it works then there is likely damage to your original phone .. usually its lightning surge protectors that fail (due to a nearby llightning hit) ...if a second phone doesnt work then there is usually a service jack near where the phone line comes into the house .. you can plug in there .. if the phone is bad there also then its an outside maintainence repair job .. thats free from the telephone company .. if the test phone works at that test jack then its often your responsibility to arrange inside line repair .. unless you have an inside line repair contract the telephone company may charge for inside repairs .... your phone company can talk you thru using the service jack .. you would first disconnect the rest of the house by removing a connector from the service jack then you would plug in a standard phone to that jack .. that makes sure the problem is either inside or outside .. if your phone happens to be chordless then there is more things to consider .. the handset and base have to develop a relationship in order to work properly ... that relationship can be lost in a power failure and must be reestablished .. usually thats done by removing power from the base for a minute then connecting it again .. so there are a lot of possibilities depending on what type phone you have ...
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
SOURCE: panasonic phones say
The base station may have gotten 'zapped' by a high voltage transient, they are not very well protected against transients arriving via the telephone line. Try removing the line from the base station to see if the display no longer gives you that 'line in use' message. If it does, the base station is toast. If it doesn't, dig around and find an non-electronic phone to plug into your phone jack to see if you have a dial tone. We keep at least one of the old style phones to use during power outages since cell phones are useless in our area.
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
SOURCE: Phones won't charge
have tested the charger if it is working?
if you test the charger with another phone and is working perfectly then the charging port of your phone is bad.
the charging port is the port where you insert the charger.
try and get a new charging port and replace with the bad one, the phone will charge.
thanks for using fixya.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
SOURCE: I have Panasonic phone model
Since it is affected in all 4 phones,batteries are not likely to be the problem.It is most likely a problem with the base unit.Does it have an antenna which you can raise?That would be a common cause for this situation.It is not raised.If it is raised,is it in a somewhat central location of your residence?Sometimes when the base is located on one side of the house,you are talking on the other side of the house,certain things can cause periodic breakup of the signal,such as cement walls.There may be a channel select button to change the operating frequency also possible by someone nearby having a DECT phone working on a nearby frequency which may be very close to yours.This is less likely though because of the wide range available,but stranger things have happened.If there is no button labeled channel (CHN) or something similar on either the base or the handset,you may have to access it through the handset.With the phone off(Not turned on to dial out),press the function(FNC) button to access the options within the handset.Since so many companies are built different,each one has their own way of doing things,but this is usually the basics of most phones.If you do not have the user's manual,here is a link for a free,downloadable one to assist you.I have preset the link to Panasonic p[roducts but you may want to go to their homepeage and bookmark it for future reference.It is an the best site I have found for these manuals.Good luck! Greg
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
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