BT Response 75 Answering Machine "memory full" problem
This machine worked fine until just after the warranty expired(!?) Now, if there is 1 message on the machine callers get the message "Memory Full". There are no other messages on the machine, all messages have been deleted, the memory is certainly not full. Has any one else experienced this problem?
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This sounds like a "full memory" situation: the answering
machine only has a ~12-minute capacity.
When the message memory is full, it cannot pick up and
take a new message ( ...its limited space is full...)
Ringing ~10 rings is an indicator to you, the owner,
calling in to check messages that it is full. It asks the
caller for the Remote Access Code so the caller (you)
can listen to & manage ( DELETE !) some messages.
Basically, you just need to clean up the answering
system by deleting old messages...all should return
to normal then.
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Your answering machine is set to "announce." In this mode it can announce that you're not available to take the call but will not record a message. The machine automatically switches to this mode when its memory is full. If the memory is not full, you can switch from the "announce" mode to the "answer" mode by pressing the [ANSWER ON/OFF] button until it lights up in red. If you need a manual, you may view one here.
Usually CallerId is a feature you pay for. Even if phone hardware can handle it your telco must activate the service. As to the answering machine not allowing you to leave messages, the problem can come from at least 2 things.
1.The code for remote access is incorrect (reconfigure or use the factory default.)
2.Memory is full:too many recorded messages.
3. Length (duration) of message is too short.