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Re: my phone was just working fine...
This type of problem is common among motorola handsets ...
try switching off and on...
if you have the data cable of this handset means just connect it to the pc using the P2K tools software ... this software is specially meant for motorola handsets.. in this software you will be having the option to disable the showing the NO SERVICE etc ... after disabling this whichever the place you go where there is no signal it will show as NO NETWORK ... or if you have the option to disable in the handset you can disable it ... by doing this your problem will be solved ..
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99% sure the problem is not the phone or the base unit. Find an old school phone or borrow one and plug it into the jack at the wall. Even if it works there but cord to the base unit could be bad. It's a dead at the Jack on the wall check another Jack in the house if not there then call your phone company.
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