If I make or receive a call, the other party cannot hear me. The problem started with the handset (holding the phone up to my mouth), so I had to use only the earphones. Then it started happening with them, too. Sometimes I can reset the phone, and my voice will start being heard, sometimes not. Now I can't get it to be heard at all. Has this been known to happen? It appears to be a software problem but maybe not.
Hi, So I am not alone!!!!! Same problem - Siemens needs to FIX this very irritating problem. I wonder if a firmware upgrade will fix this...I will call Siemens tech support and find out.
ALSO, the incoming CALL ringer volume is "BARELY" audible...anybody experience this problem? I love this phone for the PDA but the phone functions are making me to almost throw this device out the window. It's a shame these two BASIC and very CRITICAL aspects of the design were left to second guessing by Siemen designers.
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Make sure the Plantronics S11 headset is plugged into your handset jack on your phone, not the headset
jack, this will make a difference on most phones. After plugging the
S11 into the handset jack on your phone, you will need to pick up your
handset receiver and sit it off to the side of the phone to place a call
or to receive a call, after you are finished with your call sit the
handset receiver back in the cradle on your phone.
Since there is no volume adjustment for outgoing volume with the Navigator key, that's possible.
Go find another handset from another system phone and test it, or just move to another phone and see if they can hear you better.
You could have a bad handset, bad cord (unlikely), bad phone, or bad circuit for that line or call.
Almost al of these items are repairable or replacable.
This can be one of a couple of things. First of all, if this is a multi-handset phone, go off hook on two handsets at the same time and see if you can hear yourself in both phones (Speak into one while listening to the other) If it is only a single handset phone, do the same thing only with another phone. If you cannot hear anything coming from the uniden phone, it may have a bad mic in the handset and would need to be replaced. (the handset not the mic) If you bought it less then a year ago and still have the receipt, call uniden at 18002971023 and they will help you get it replaced.
Your phone is broken, the only solution is to replace it. Call Uniden Customer Service and they should be able to help you. 1-800-297-1023. ( I'm serious, there is no way you can fix this problem with out opening the base unit up and replacing a bad transistor)