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Bad battery charger, charging cable, faulty charging port on the phone

Lands Phones | Answered on Mar 16, 2020


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Turn off Message Waiting Notification temporarily
  1. If you know you have a message waiting, but do not wish to retrieve it immediately, you can turn off Message Waiting Indicators.
  2. Press *93 to turn off the flashing light and stuttered dial tone until another message is received in your mailbox.

Lands Phones | Answered on Mar 14, 2020


Check that the base for the cordless phone system has power. If you have power then the problem may be with your telephone wiring in the house or outside. My standard checks start with checking if the jack is working by plugging in an old wired telephone. If there is a dial tone, then there is a problem with the cordless phone base. If there was no dial tone, then I check for dial tone at another jack for the telephone line with the wired phone. If there is a dial tone, then check the wiring for the first jack. There could be loose wires inside the box. The face plate will have either screw terminals or a keystone jack. You will need to strip the wires and secure them for the first type of jack. To secure the wires for the other type of jack, you do not strip the wires. Instead you will need a punch-down tool available at most hardware stores in the electrical section. Note: if there is a DSL filter inside, you may need to replace that. If you recently had a telephone service upgrade, a wire might not have been connected to the service box. Check behind your siding. (We had one phone extension out of four that wasn't connected after a service upgrade.)

If there is no dial tone, then I check the service box. If you have RJ-11 jacks in the service box, then plug in the test phone and check for a dial tone. If there is no dial tone or you can't test the line, contact your telephone company. They should test and fix outside problems for free. (Some companies may try to get you to upgrade to a non-copper line service instead.) Outside problems can be caused by mice or other animals chewing on the wires or a contractor who cut a cable while digging. Similarly a DSL filter in the service box could be damaged. If you have fiber-optic service, then the problem could be with the modem that translates the signal for the POTS line. If you have isolated the problem to an inside wiring problem that isn't at the jack, your telephone company can send a technician to fix a problem in the wall for a fee.

I hope these ideas help.

Cindy Wells
(I've contacted my telephone provider about the mice breaking an underground cable a few times. When my household's fiber-optic modem flaked out, we had intermittent loss of dial tone and internet service. Due to the sporadic nature of the outages, it took a while to realize that we needed to call for the unit to be serviced.)

Lands Phones | Answered on Feb 29, 2020


To get the NP code for the Huawei G6600 model Phone You can reach here
Theunlockspot buy the code at reasonable cost and Unlock it from Network provider lock,then NP code means Network provider or Unlock code to remove the Network lock,after Unlock Your HUAWEI G6600 you can use any GSM Network Sim in the Phone......To Unlock it follow the steps or instructions below:

Huawei G6600 Unlocking Instructions Warning : Do not enter any wrong unlock codes on your Huawei G6600 mobile phones. If you enter over a certain amount of wrong unlock codes on your Huawei G6600 mobile phone, your phone may get hard locked and sometimes become unusable.
If your Huawei Device is a mobile phone:

1.Switch on your Huawei Phone using another networks SIM card.
2.Your phone should ask for an unlock code(NCK Code).
3. Enter the unlock code we sent you.

Lands Phones | Answered on Feb 27, 2020


clear all the memory from base unit
follow the below steps
1. Access your base unit.
2. Put your flip phone in the cradle.
3. Press down and hold down (AT ALL TIMES) the end (find hs) button.
4. Whilst holding down this button, take the power plug out of the wall.
5. Whilst still holding down the end (find hs) button, plug the power back in.
6. When you hear a beep from the base unit system.
7. Let go of the end (find hs) button.
8. Your phone memory should be cleared now and you are ready to repeat the process of registering your base and additional handsets.

Lands Phones | Answered on Feb 25, 2020


You appear to have a portable or self-assemblable carport structure. You can ask the supplier for details, but at a guess, a spiral or curly metal piece with a hook or eye at one end could be an anchor for screwing into the soil to hold the carport down in the wind. Screw these into the ground at the corners and sides, and attach to the building with the rope.

Lands Phones | Answered on Feb 25, 2020


I see a crack in screen on top right but it should still display (however touch won't work). Look at the ribbon connector which connects display to the phone PCB, it should be firmly secure in its connector.
Also try cleaning the PCB with alcohol, if still doesn't work then either you need a new LCD or some chip is blown.

Lands Phones | Answered on Feb 21, 2020

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