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My phone says land line in use.. cant find the lost handset

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Unplug all phones from all jacks, including fax lines and computers and SAT Tv. Find one phone that you know works and plug it into one jack at a time.
Land line in use could indicate a trouble on the actual telephone line. and you may need to call Telco

Posted on Jun 19, 2019

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SOURCE: ELBT595 & TCX905 compatibility

from uniden regarding your base station:
"This expandable base system is compatible with Uniden handset models ELX500, TCX400, TCX440, and TCX805. However, only the ELX500 is compatible the base system's Bluetooth and CellLink features."

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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SOURCE: After working properly for a long time, suddenly

i would have to say its your antenna from where they charge.i dont think its sending a signal.try replacing that or the whole unit might need to be replaced.

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SOURCE: when I plug in my

There is a short on your base station throw it out and buy a new one.

Posted on May 04, 2011

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What does Out of Range or No Power at Base mean?


Hello, Gwen -

If you are asking about a cordless land line phone. . .

"Out of Range" means the handset has lost its connection with the base station. Cordless phones are actually forms of radios. They need to be in radio wave connection with the phone base.

"No Power at Base" means that the electric power cord for the phone base is not plugged in or loose in the electrical outlet or that the batteries in the cordless handset need replacing.

Read information here:
http://bt.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/10835/~/why-does-my-cordless-phone-keep-showing-searching%2C-base-or-range-out%3F

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Are models cl83314/cl83364 blue tooth compatible. these are land lines


they should be, but you may not be able to reprogram the handset that came with the base, to another base.
It seems that the ones sold with the base are slaves to that base.
The company does make a replacement handset available that can be programed to any base.

www.telephones.att.com or call
1 (800) 222-3111.

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I suddenly have no Caller ID name, number and announcement. I have tried the manual that came with the phone. model KX-TG7624SK 6.0 Bluetooth Talking Caller ID Panasonic. I am tired of answering "cour


Ann also check with your telephone line provider for the land line calls that the subscribed service has been activated that forwards the calling line identity to your land phone line. Could be it somehow has become lost accidentally by the phone company.

It would be worth them checking it has not fallen off your subscriber settings to eliminate it as a possible cause)


Talking Caller ID Handset Dial #162 1 on 0 is off
Base Unit caller id Dial #*162 1 on 0 is off

Guess this toggles it from 1 or 0 in the settings

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My land lines are working but all my handsets say check tel line...no dial tone or response. Batteries are good according to tester. Anything I can do??


ck the red and green wire that goes to the system those 2 make the phones work just do the main main phone first , , it does not sound like the phones are broke you are not getting a dial tone due to no connection to the line itself

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Rogers problems


This has become a growing problem:
  • As land lines have been reclaimed or replaced in the phone company networks;
  • As the growing older population has lost hearing sensitivity.
  • Because secondary carriers don't always receive the best or least crowded connectons (especially in case of residential versus business which pay more for service).
If you are getting static and cross talk (hearing radio or other people's converstations) notify the phone company and you will probably provided a new connection.

IF the problem is persistent without such interference, consider an amplified phone--some states (California for instance under Federal auspices) makes such equipment available free to hearing impaired. Also check the quality of your household wiring and connections.

Check with you neighbors--if they don't have the same problems, complain to the phone company. If they do, complain together.

Finally, some phones are simply too poor in quality to provide good sound. You might want to upgrade: either the phone set or its line or handset cord.

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Panasonic phone says check tel line


Check cable conections from phone box on wall to base unit, make sure that the conectors are fully inserted. If possible plug a different phone into box to make sure that line is working. Hope this helps

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I have a Tesco Cordless DECT phone model ARC201. Both handsets have come up with range out. I have switched off the phones, unplugged from wall etc. and then reconnected - and they remain the same. I've...


Maybe a little bit late, this is the solution for registering the handsets: hold the button on the base until it starts beeping, then, on the handset, go to the Register menu, select base number - in my case it's 2, then it will ask the PIN - the default is 0000, and that's it.

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