20 Most Recent GE 25922 Cordless Phone Questions & Answers

The GE 25922 doesn't have voicemail. Please consult the documentation for whatever answering machine or voicemail system you have connected to your phone line.

If you need further assistance then please feel free to repost your question, but be sure to specify the answering machine or voicemail system you're using.

GE 25922... | Answered on Oct 21, 2012

Your telephone service provider provides a voicemail system that takes calls when someone calls while you're already on the phone. Please contact your service provider for instructions on accessing/customizing their voicemail system.

GE 25922... | Answered on Sep 03, 2012

You can download the manual at

GE 25922... | Answered on Aug 19, 2011


To turn on the ringer, kindly refer to the instructions in the attached image:

Thanks for using FixYa

GE 25922... | Answered on Oct 04, 2010


GE 25922... | Answered on Aug 09, 2010

I went to the GE website and then to the electronics tab. It redirected me to Thompson website. I found the manual there. It didn't clearly say how to fix the base/answering machine clock; however, it told you how to do it for the handsets (which were not the problem.) I held one of the handsets close to the base when I redid the clock in the handset, and it finally fixed the base clock.

GE 25922... | Answered on Feb 11, 2010


Go to the manual and search for ringer.

Hope it helps!

GE 25922... | Answered on Jan 12, 2010


Above is your manual. Search for ringer and follow how to sort the rings.

GE 25922... | Answered on Jan 12, 2010

i can not figure out how to chanie my phone back to english in spanish

GE 25922... | Answered on Aug 17, 2009

did you par the bill ???
if yes somone or somthing cut your phone lines
outside the house or b4 the first jack in the series

GE 25922... | Answered on Jul 29, 2009

that could be the mouth piece is faulty and should be repaired and if damage need to be replaced with another

GE 25922... | Answered on Jul 10, 2009

If all else fails, read the instructions.

"4. Place the handset in the base cradle. The charge/in use indicator turns on, verifying the battery is charging. The unit will take 20 seconds to register and verify its security code. READY shows in the handset’s display."

GE 25922... | Answered on Apr 23, 2009

Problem cleared up on its own

GE 25922... | Answered on Mar 24, 2009

UNAVAILABLE Indicates the handset is out of range. Or an additional handset is in use. Or there has been a base power failure, in which case you must place all handsets on the main base cradle for 20 seconds to re-register.

GE 25922... | Answered on Feb 07, 2009

Hi. I just bought one of these phones and wanted more information than what the manual offered, so I went to the GE website to see what they had. Below I put what I found, maybe it can help you. Click on the blue box that towards the bottom left for the manual for download.

After the link, I also put extra information tabout this phone that helped me find the manual for you- it wasnt easy to find. OK, best of luck.


GE Home Electronics In 1987 GE sold its home electronics business to Thomson®, Inc. For a time, Thomson® produced many products that carried the GE name, but now only manufactures telephone and communications products.

The items that they support but no longer manufacture include:
Audio products
Cassette recorder
CD player
Clock radio

Spacemaker radio
Spacemaker TV
Video camera

For assistance with any of these older products or your current GE telephone products
please call 1-800-447-1700 in the US.
In Canada, call 1-800-522-0338 (English)
or 1-800-522-0445 (French).

Thomson, Inc.
PO Box 671988
Marietta, GA 30006-0034

For more information about the Thomson® line of GE brand telephone products, visit Thomson® at www.ge.com/phones.

These products include:
Answering machine
Answering system
Caller ID box

Cordless phone
Speaker phone
Spacemaker telephone

GE 25922... | Answered on Dec 05, 2008

Silly yet... make sure the ring volume is not zero. If not, then may be the speaker is dead.

GE 25922... | Answered on Oct 31, 2008

My answer:

Not sure why the first part of your Problem was all garbled up unless you were using HTML format??

Unfortunately I can relate totally to your GE cordless 5.8Ghz phone problem all too well.

Pleaseread everything below - even if it sounds unimportant. Once youdo youwill understand everything about cheaply made stuff sold here inthe USAtoday.

Had the very same experience with an almost identicalcordless phonesystem with the same everything features. Only it wascalled anOlympia. The Company is now defunct, as in OUT OF BUSINESS.Guess why?

All these cheap "throw-away" phones are made by thesame China Cooverseas under contract for various companies having USAbased roots.Everyone from AT&T to GE included! I've since boycottedGE for badwashing machine transmissions that were all made in China,and thatthey will not do a RECALL on! Why you ask? Because they don'tcare thatis why! Also boycotted GE for bad refrigerators,as well as SONY for their junk as well. If we just stop buying theseJUNK brands they will go away permanently!

WhenI contacted that Olympia CS Dept 800# theyfirst redirected me to aMOTOROLA "Fulfillment Center" somewhere, andthen to another one linkedto Giant Intl as in www.giantintl.com, as Iguess they handle complaintsfor all this cheap "branded" Made in Chinajunk we are now stuck with.Remember that name - for if you ever see itanywhere on the next thingyou are buying that is made in China - youmight want to walk away fromit like a bad plague!

Olympia sent me out3 FREE replacement phone set upgrades to replace myinitial bad 2.4Ghzsingle handset phone. Each one they sent me out as aFREE replacementupgrade was worse then the 1st.

The 1st one being a singlehandset with answering machine that had echoproblems and noise feedbackup the kazoo and then the digital displaywent out after only 2 monthsuse.

The 2nd one being a dual handset with answering machine that had the same echo effects and feedback problems.

The3rd one being a 5.8Ghz dual handset system with no answeringmachinethat sounded like a geared motor was running inside the phone,not tomention feedback as well.

After that the CS Dept said I was toast and nothing more could be done.

Sincemy first phone was FREE anyway - I figured what the heck I hadnothingto lose, and so that is why I tried to at least get 1 goodworking phoneout of the 3.

I wound up just stripping down the very 1storiginal 2.4Ghz phone forparts (ie: power adapter, good Ni-MH battpack, etc), and then did thesame with the 1st 2.4Ghz replacementphone set as well as the 3rd5.8Ghz phone set. So I wound up with a lotof nice AC adapters and 4more spare Ni-MH batts, and various other spare parts. I already found uses for 2 of those AC adapters btw!!

Ialso did a little investigating into that 2nd phone set - thatworkedsomewhat OK - and here's what I found out that was wrong withitinside. All I wanted to do is make the BEEP tone a bit louderbyopening up that small pin hole in the case cover. So I removed the2small screws in the batt compartment and carefully pried open the2handset body halves. What I found inside shocked me.

Instead ofthe antenna wire being pointed in the UP direction - so thatit wouldrest inside the handset's antenna nub on top - guess what? Itwas foldeddownwards alongside the IF circuit board thus causingfeedback inducednoise back to the phone base unit. NICE huh?

5-10 seconds and alittle bit of re-bending and VOILA - best receptionI ever had! Did thesame thing with the 2nd handset, as this was thephone system with 2handsets. I also opened up the answering machinebase and re-directedthe top antenna wire more upwards as well, as itwas laying way tooclose to the IF circuit-board as well.

What a difference thismade, and here the Private Label company thatmade them didn't evenrealize their error on what was probably millionsof these cheaply made"throw-away" phones! The other thing I hear thatgoes out on these"branded" cheap phones is the display, such as thatwhich happened on my1st replacement phone. Oh well - what do youexpect for $3?

Reason I say $3 -

Checkthis out below which I found onlineregarding your very same phone set -I know it'll make you cry, butthis is really what you are buyingQUALITY wise. A $3 phone set is all- Nice huh?

Super Hot Deal

1. CircuitCity.com is carrying this 5.8GHz Cordless Phone System for $59.99
2. During checkout, select in-store pickup option (required forthecoupon) and apply 20% off coupon code "PYAXCA7AG9" on it(Expires09/07/2008)
3. There is a $45 Exclusive Mail-In Rebate on it until 08/31/2008
4. Your Final Price: $59.99 - 20% - $45 = $2.99

Ifyou decide to open up your GE phone yourself and fix it let me knowifyou were successful by posting a reply here, and please do rate myfixhere as I know this is what happened to your phone too!



GE 25922... | Answered on Sep 01, 2008

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