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Siemens 8825 gigset 2 line phone

Cannot get the mobile stations to make any connection with base station. Searching is blinking in the screens. Power is on to both mobiles. both blink serching cannot figure out how to coordinate they do not ring nor do they have dial tones. Base station seems to work on both lines

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  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    Have checked for messages and there are none. Yet red light continues to blink. How am I able to get rid of the blinking light.

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If your system was working fine, and it all of a sudden started doing this, it sounds like your base has taken a surge of some kind. Your base needs replacing. You can try re-registering the handsets, but from my experience the problem is fatal. Now if this is a new installation and the handsets never work yet on the base, you just need to register them. You can download the manuals or get tech tips at Siemens website, gigaset FAQ pages.

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