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Double check that the power cable is _fully_ plugged into the phone base, then check to see that power cable is fully plugged into wall outlet; and/or fully plugged into phone wall outlet. (Some base units have no power adapter and get their power from the phone outlet on the wall). In short, double check _all_ wired connections. Do not assume they are fully plugged in.
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the battery needs to be replaced. if that dont fix it then you probably need to replace the entire phone and doc bc if replacing the battery doesnt fix your problem then there is a problem in the charging station.
If you're in the U.S. try www.kxt411.com and search for a Panasonic TD dealer.
If you really need help, get the model number from the cabinet and comment back here. You could start by making sure that the plug is directly connected to an AC outlet and disconnect all the cables from the side...an 816 has modular, the 1232 has Amphenol cables.
The red power light will blink before it goes solid on a properly initialized system.
You dont owe me anything dear.
If your phone is working properly. Charging, incoming call and outbound are ok then you are safe.
Blinking light is called heart beat. It tells you that system is working. Let us know if you need something else
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I had this same problem and all I did was to unplug the DC adapter at the phone and plug it back in after a few seconds. The solid charge light came on immediately, like usual. I let the battery charge for several hours before using the handset again.