Phone rings only once, then stops, caller still on other end, but caller ID does not show on screen
I have the Model KX-TH1033 Dect 6.0. I am using Comcast for computer, tv and phone. when I first moved into this rental, comcast installed cable modem, etc. When I bought this phone system and hooked it up, it worked fine for about a week, then stopped working correctly. Please help.
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Not generally. Netflix is a standalone subscription service that delivers video content to your internet connected computer or wifi enabled tv, phone, or device. While Comcast could possibly offer Netflix as part of a promotional campaign, Netflix is not part of Comcast and is available to anyone on a month to month basis.
No HD channels on a DCT700, you have to have a HD capable box from comcast. Usually $8.95 a month for box rental. Don't know a lot about DVD players. If you get a comcast HD box, and have an HD TV, you should use an HDMI cable for best picture. Second choice is component cables. Those are the red, white and yellow or red, white yellow, blue and green cables.
Here's some things to check: If there are signal splitters on your cable for TV, computer, more than one tv, the signal is getting divided ...every splitter will weaken the signal. Check for unneeded splitters, also there are splitters that have a wider frequency capability. Consider upgrading to 2hgz splitters if needed. Also I think that the more homes that are on the cable tend to make the signal weaker...I don't comcast would fess up to this, but I'm pretty sure it's true. Make sure all your cable connections are snug and you may want to double check for corrosion etc. on each connection. I resorted to a signal amplifier on my home. We've got comcast for cable tv and internet, with multiple tv's and multiple computers. The amplifier (motorola) boosted the signal for everything and we've got way less dropped, frozen pix, black screens and the internet is back up to speed. Comcast even came out and put a signal strength meter on the in-line to the house and stated it's within their limits... Glad I put the amp on the line.. Give it a try. K