Question about Motorola Lands Phones
SOURCE: Phone line/phone jack problem
The wiring on the jacks is set up for a 2 line phone.
If you take the jacks apart, you will see either:
A) red, green, and black, yellow
B)white blue/blue white and white orange/orange white
You need to swap the pairs.
If there are red/green/black/yellow wires. remove the yellow/black and move them to where the red/greens are. Then put the red/green wires, where the yellow/black used to be.
OR, you need to swap the orange and the blue wires.
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
SOURCE: My phone lines keep on crossing!
If you are in a private residence go to the demarcation box and unplug the phone jack that connects the line to your home. Plug your phone directly into the jack which is now looking at the line and has eliminated your house wiring from the circuit. Make an outgoing call and have someone call you back. If the trouble persists, the trouble has just been proven to be on the line which is a phone company problem. Busy signals occure when a short is detected on the line so you may have cable trouble in your area. Thank You. Jerry
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
SOURCE: motorola codless phone
Had the same problem and went to the Motorola US Web Site, FAQ for Out of Range - solution worked perfectly - see link below, you may have to copy/paste into your browser's address area
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
What you need is a dsl filter since you are working off a splitter. You can usually get these for free from your phone company.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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