My 13-month-old son grabbed our cordless phone and randomly smushed a bunch of buttons. Now the blue light at the upper right of the handset will not stop blinking intermittently. Please ... tell me how I can disable this light!
Press the mute/program button, then press the caller ID-volume button to select handset setup. Next press caller ID-volume until you get to Default settings. Use the caller ID-volume button to select 1yes. This will return the phone to the factory settings and for took care of the blinking blue light, however you will loose any custom setting or numbers you entered.
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There are volume knobs on the right or left side of the phone also that may have been missed but at the same time 7 month old child tends to droll which could of gotten into the speaker which means new phone is needed. All I can say is put the phone higher 911 is a number that the child might type in one day.
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same thing happened to me today, infant son and all lol...I tried everything! After 2 hours of troubleshooting, I gave up and put it on the charger. For some reason me plugging into to charger fixed it! Have no idea why!
First thing to try is to pick up handset or place on speaker. On the answer machine itself without trying to call your cable providers voice mail service...press the message button to ensure all messages have been heard or erased.
Second, unplug your phone power from the wall and wait two minutes before powering on the phone.
Last replace batteries in the phone if you have batteries in the phone now...may be low battery signal.
after it holds a steady charge, try holding the power button for a few seconds. if you get a blue light (blinking or solid) then its on, obviously. holding most power buttons on bluetooth devices will put them into pairing mode, as soon as you get a solid light, you can connect it to your phone...and if you just bought the headset, you should have an instruction manual. it will tell you in there how to make it work