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On the D1680, D1481, and similar phones,
the three levels of ringer loudness plus
"off " are set at the base using the same
[ - ] Volume [ + ] buttons used to adjust
the answering machine message volume.
Pushing the [ + ] and [ - ] keys will
set the ringer to be louder or softer. A
number in the "message counter display"
will report the relative loudness...pushing
[ - ] below level-1 loudness will show
"0" loudness and an announcement of
"Ringer off" will be spoken. From here,
a single push of [ + ] will turn the ringer
on to level-1 and play a ~10 second
sample of the ringer at that volume:
while it is playing the sample ring,
subsequent pushes of [ + ] or [ - ]
will toggle the loudness levels of
( off, 1, 2, 3 ).
I've worked in the cell phone industry for many years. The big Nokia phones is that most of them never ring very loud. The have a history or blown speakers when they have loud ringers. Try going under Profiles and changing the ring to outdoors. that will make it ring louder but probably still not loud enough
Yours is a little different from mine, but maybe this will help some, I hope. On the "talk" side, there is a button (2nd from right on mine) which says "loud" over the button, and "ringer" under the button. Pushing the button once gives you the soft ring. Pushing the button again will give you the loud ring. If you have gone to the loud ring, you will get the loud ring on the first time. Then you can push it again to get you back to the soft ring. I hope this helps.
You didn't indicate exact model of your phone. However I have indicated the procedure used for common Vtech's 5.8Ghz phones
Ringer volume • With the handset or base in idle (off) mode, press MENU then press ▲ or ▼ until RINGER VOLUME is shown • Press SEL. You will hear a sample of the ringer • Press ▲,▼ or a digit (0 through 6) You will hear a sample of the new ringer volume and the volume bar will be increased or decreased each time the setting is adjusted At the lowest setting the ringer will be turned off and the display will show: - OR - • With the handset or base in idle (off) mode, press or of the volume control will directly go to ringer volume menu • Press ▲ or ▼ to adjust the ringer volume
If the phone has a dial tone, adjust the ringer loudness (this adjustment is on
the bottom of some phones). Also check to see if there is a switch for turning
off the ringer--and turn it on.
cases, you can't connect more than five phones to a given line or they won't
ring properly. If this is your situation, you may have to disconnect one or more
phones, or at least turn their ringers off.
If the phone has a dial tone, adjust the ringer loudness (this adjustment is on the bottom of some phones). Also check to see if there is a switch for turning off the ringer--and turn it on.
In some cases, you can't connect more than five phones to a given line or they won't ring properly. If this is your situation, you may have to disconnect one or more phones, or at least turn their ringers off.