Question about Cell Phones
I can't imagine all 4 phones died during the storm, but it is possible that the power adapters or the base stations internals were damaged. If all of the phones are plugged into a surge protector, try and directly connect one of the phones AC adapters directly to the electrical outlet. If it works, replace your surge protector or try the Reset button, if not, try a different electrical outlet.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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