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No one can leave a message after they call and hear my voice. My voice is just repeated again.

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Paul C.

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SOURCE: static

If the telephone line itself is static-free, connect a normal telephone to the same jack that the answering machine uses. If all calls are static-free, you've cleared the wiring and the telephone service provider. Next, plug the telephone into the jack on the back of the answering machine. If all calls are clean, but messages are still loaded with static, then we may be talking about a bad answering machine. If you have DSL service, make sure that there is a filter installed between the wall jack and the cord that goes to the answering machine.

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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Carl Navarro

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SOURCE: I can hear callers leaving messages via my speaker phone.

If you truly have that, someone had to work very hard to turn it on. It's one of the buttons and it has to be lit red. Just press it! If you don't have any idea what button it is, you can press PROG and every button until Live Call Screening shows up. (LCS). There are password entries and the like to make LCS private. It's probably easier to refer you to the UG for a TDA system.

Carl

Posted on Apr 22, 2010

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I have a samsung hf 1000 which speaks to me in chinese but i need it in english, any ideas please?


I did this to my HF1000 Handsfree device this evening as I had mine in chinese language as well today.
Power up the unit the vioce will say power on, wait for silence then push and hold the Call button, the unit will speak the pairing instructions including the pair code of 0000. regardless of the language the voice will repeat the number four times, so even thought you might not understand it, you will hear the number repeat....
After a brief silence period, press and hold the call button again, the next announcement is the language selection menu. After the announcement press the Volume + (plus) button to change the langauge, this announcement is quite long. Wait for each announcement (they are maybe two full sentences long).

Press the plus (+) Volume button to again to change to the next language, wait the appropriate length of time and press the plus Volume key again, for the next language....

Chinese language is directly after English, and so you need to go throught the key press sequence about I think five times. English, then Chinese, Italian, Spanish then German, is the sequence I believe.

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I AM NOT CELLPHONE SAVVY ! I have an LG CG225. If someone is calling me and I do not answer and they want to leave a message, what do I need to do? create a voicemail box so they can leave a message? ...


Hi,


Issues of accessing/setting up VM on your mobile or Inquiries on accessing your VM using your mobile phone?

I can help you w/that.there are 3 ways on accessing your VM via your mobile phone:

1st:
Long press the number 1 key on your phone's keypad then it'll dial your VM number and would ask for a PIN if PIN is setup.
Follow recording instructions or voice prompts and key presses until you get to hear your voice messages.

2nd:
For some mobile phone service providers,dialing your own mobile number automatically transfers you to your VM.again,if PIN is set up?it'll ask you to enter it,if not it'll automatically proceed to your VM.
Follow recording instructions or voice prompts as well as correct key presses until you hear your voice messages.

3rd:
Almost all mobile phone service providers has a so called "Voice mail Access Number"
This number can be dialled and goes straight to VM.
Voice prompts might ask you to enter your mobile number following the star key or pound sign on your mobilephone keypad.
Voice prompts might also ask you to enter your VM PIN(if seup).
Just follow Voice prompts and you're good to go.


Hope this helps.


Thanks,

FixerDelta

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I have a Panasonic 6.0 DECT Talking ID Caller phone system. I lost my message that callers hear when the answering machine answers the phone. Somehow my granddaughter's voice has been recored and that...


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From your own extension
VPS* Extension No.
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VPS Extension No.
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Mailbox Management
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How do you set the answering machine or voice mail on this phone?


First make sure the answering machine is on; press the On/Off button to turn it on and off. To set a message to be heard by those calling in: press and hold Skip/Annc. Begin speaking when A shows in the message window. Speak from about 9 inches away from the phone. Messages must be more than 3 seconds and less than 3 minutes long.

Press Prog/Mem and then Skip/Annc to hear the current message. Press and hold Setup until you hear the current setting (Selected announcement is A or Announce Only). Use Skip/Repeat to change the setting. No one will be able to leave a message if Announce Only is on.

After you have held the Setup button, as above, press Setup additional times to set the number of rings before the machine answers and the remote access code among other features.

To set the date and time, press and hold Clock for 1 second. Use the Skip button to advance the current digit; the Repeat button will subtract one from the current value. Press Clock again to advance to the next value to change (day of week, hour, minute, second).

Press Play to hear new messages; press and hold Play to hear all messages. Press Repeat to repeat the current message. Press Repeat twice to hear the last message. Hold Repeat to slow the message playback.

Delete a message by pressing Remove during playback; press Remove twice to delete all messages (if there are no new messages). A blinking F indicates the memory is full and messages must be deleted.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(btw additional instructions for the answering system are available at the AT&T website. Direct link: http://telephones.att.com/documents/product_Product/219/UserManual/1982/1855_manual_bkm.pdf which may or may not work.)

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When simeone calls, it won't record their message


This was a new phone I was using,& didn't realize I had voice mail on it. When it rang 2 times, it recorded the message before I answered on the 3rd. or 4th ring, giving me a dial tone. It is all fixed now.

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Message Pad does not replay


Is there a fan or another noisy device running in the background when you leave the message? You might contact call the GE Answer Center at 1-800-626-2005.

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