Answering machine atarts working after 2 rings only
I got a AT&T 9350 900MHz Cordless phone.The problem is that whenever somebody calls up, the answering machine kicks in after 2 rings only when it should start working after say some 10-12 rings.
Please let me know how can I set the answering machine so that it starts working only after 10 -12 rings.
Narinder Singh Ishar
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There's nothing about it in the manual for the simple reason that the VTech CS6419 is a phone, not an answering machine. The number of rings before the answering machine picks up is determined by the answering machine, independent of the phone. Please consult the documentation for whatever answering machine you have on your phone line. If you need further assistance, please feel free to post your question again, stating the make and model of the answering machine.
The CS5111-2 isn't an answering machine. If you have a separate answering machine connected to your phone line, consult its documentation. If you're subscribed to a voicemail system offered by your phone company, contact them for information.
If your phone rings normally and your can make and receive calls, the line is OK, please check if answering option is on, typically a botton marked ANS or similar with an indicator or a display showing that it's on.
I've found this to be a problem with regular phone lines (POTS) and
Uniden phones. Uniden phones do not seem to support 90v @ 20hz ringing
voltage / frequency. They work fine in every aspect except for
ringing. These phones do work well with voip, where you aren't
connected to the telephone company and have calls routed over the
internet. The boxes that handle the voip calls generally produce less
than 90v and work well w/ Uniden phones.
the cordless phone was working in power and inbuild batteries. answering machine is not like that. It does not have inbuild batteries! keep seperate batteries for answering machine OR otherwise keep UPS.
I have a vtech 900 mhz, i purchased from the goodwill and everything works exept i have the other personsgreeting on the phone when someone calls my home. I need help on how to change the greeting so it will be my voice and not the other persons that owned it. could someone please help