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De-register vtech ds6101 handset
Called the manufactuer.... To do this enter on the handset you want to deregister:*331734# and press (Menu Key# 1 - top uppermost left button that is unmarked).This will put the handset back into the register mode.Hope this helps,James Pavicic Jr
My cordless phone is clicking when i dial.
Jeanne fist a background history lesson - there are two dialing modes in existence one is pulse or earlier on was known as decadic dialing. This is where the phone would break the connection a number of times to represent the number dialed. Remember the old dial phones that you would dial a nine and it would spin around back to its original position and would break the line nine times . Very Very slow way to Dial.
now to the 21st century - Tone dialing was invented also know as multi tone frequency dialing MFTD by sending two frequency tones numbers and symbols could be encoded to pass through the phone line quickly.
press menu / select option
select telephone settings
see picture below from user manual
How can I block a caller from calling me.
Depending on your service provider, you can block a call and specify the number to be blocked with hitting (*60). The phone will not ring when that person calls.
Another thing is anonymous call blocking which block well... anonymous calls. =]
Can't forward from my vtech to my att cell no matter what I'd do
Call forwarding is NOT a function or feature of the VTech 6041
It is offered by some telephone service providers, but their
procedures are proprietary and specific to that individual
telephone (service) company -- if they offer it at all.
How to answer missed calls
You're kidding, right. They're MISSED calls. That means they called and you weren't there. The phone stores the number to let you know they tried. The only thing you can do to "answer" them, is to call them back yourself at the number listed.
My phone says 'No Line' what does that mean?
it means that there is no phone line active at that outlet. you may need to call your local phone service provider to activate that line or move the phone to an outlet that is active.
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