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I had the same problem and checked the panasonic site and the solution worked for me. Here it is:
You received a message on the voice mail system provided by your telephone company. To hear the message, dial the voice mail access number provided by your service provider, and follow the voice instructions for accessing the mailbox. Depending on your service provider you may need to clear your voice mailbox to remove the notification. If you have listened to all your voice mail messages and the handset still indicates New Voice Mail just clear the message on the handset by pressing and holding the [OFF] button for about 5 seconds to clear the displayed message on the handset.
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oh! your problem is voice of volume. my dear user make sure your volume button and increase your volume voice.this type problem is creates when we are listen a song at low volume voice and forget to increase volume.
1. Delete or listen to all voice mail messages, if necessary, to clear the IN USE/Voice Mail light indicator. Note: Skip this step if it does not apply to your MD Series cordless telephone model. 2. Press OFF on the base station and each handset. 3. Press and hold down PAGE on the base station until the IN USE light flashes slowly, then release. 4. Press and hold down PAGE again until the IN USE light begins to flash quickly, then release PAGE. 5. Quickly and fully press and release PAGE again. 6. Please register handset displays. Press OK to begin the registration process, or press EXIT.
If the volume is low, it may be a bad receiver provided you have it turned up all the way. If its loud but their voices are "garbled" then you may have a handset or a base problem. Do you have another handset on the same base? Does it sound the same? If so, you may have a bad base, if the other handset sound fine your handset is bad. Either way it will probably need to go in for repair.