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Why is my VTech 6.0 CS6124 go straight to voicemail on all incoming calls?
I found an online handbook manual for the VTech 6.) CS124. I noticed on Page 20 that you can set the number of rings on your answering system. Perhaps changing the number for incoming calls to a higher number might help.
Here's the link to the manual. https://cdn-web.vtp-media.com/media/p/document2/products/%7BD1C79A59-7C89-415D-830F-D57B9ACB6F33%7D/CS6124_UM_2.pdf Hope this helps.
How to use additional handsets with my VTECH DS6251-2.
Unfortunately, the old handsets may not be compatible with the new base. The DS6251-2 base only communicates with the DS6250 accessory handset. See the accessory list here: https://www.vtechphones.com/store/pd/4158/DS6251-2-2-Line-2-Handset-Cordless-Phone-with-Answering-System-Smart-Call-Blocker
. If the old handsets have been deregistered from the previous base unit, place a handset in the cradle on the base. Wait to see if the handset is registered. Alternately, press and hold Page until you see Registering. Release the Page button. Then press Quiet/# (below 9) on the handset. Wait for the handset to be registered.
To deregister handsets from the DS6251 base, press and hold Page. You'll see Registering Please Wait followed by Deregister all devices? At this point, release the Page button. Then press and release Page or the soft key for Yes.
I hope this helps. These are shown in the manual for the accessory handset. The manual is on available on the accessory handset page: https://www.vtechphones.com/store/pd/4184/DS6250-2-Line-Accessory-Handset-for-DS6251-series-phones . The current link to the manual is https://cdn-web.vtp-media.com/products/DS/DS6250/DS6250_CIB_V2_20200623.pdf .
What does it mean by out of range or no power at
Maybe you handset was registered to another base at one time or another. The mmessage out of range will show up also if it cant see the base.If you have a DS6101 you can manually deregister the handset without having the original base it was registered too by doing the following steps:Called the manufactuer.... To do this enter on the handset you want to deregister:*331734# and press (Menu Key# 1 - top uppermost left button that is unmarked).This will put the handset back into the register mode.Hope this helps,James Pavicic Jr
Vtech dect 6.0 model cs6124 do not disturb is on
The VTech CS6124 does not have a DND feature. The ringer volume could be set to Off. For the handset(s), press Menu (the big round button below the LCD screen) on a handset when the phone system is idle (no handsets in use). Use the arrow keys (CID/Vol- and Phone Book/Vol+) to navigate to Ringers and press Select (same as the Menu button) twice. Press the Vol+ to increase the volume. You will hear the current ringer volume. Repeat pressing Vol+ until you reach a volume that you prefer. Press Select to save the setting and then press Off to exit the menu system. To adjust the ringer volume at the base, press the Up/Down buttons when the phone system is idle.
The manuals are available from VTech's product support page: https://www.vtechphones.com/support/technical-support/product/1516 . The full manual is currently available here: https://cdn-web.vtp-media.com/products/CS/CS6124/CS6124-X_WEBCIB_V7_20190916.pdf . See pages 16-17 (page 23-24 of the PDF).
I hope this helps.
How do I DE-register a Vtech DECT 6.0 wireless
menu*7890#Test handset selectarrow down to "Next Page..." selectRegstr Clear select select again (Reg Clear ?)You get "OK"OffOff (you're backing out of the whole menu)OffOff (You now get "Out of range or no pwr at base"Pull the batteryReplace the battery (you now have an unregistered handset)Thank you, this worked for me and I can now register my old handsets from my lightning struck base to my new base, (of a different model, but it still works.)
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