Question about Lands Phones
Do you have rechargeable NI MH rechargeable batteries?
Is Call Blocking on?
Is answering on with two rings?
Have you tired to adjust the volume of both the handset and base station?
Press + or - repeatedly to select the desired volume. - Repeatedly To turn the ringer off.
Base unit Press - or + repeatedly to select the desired volume. To turn the ringer off, press and hold - until the unit beeps
Posted on Sep 17, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I HAVE A PANASONIC PHONE
There are several things to ask yourself.
1. Do you have the manual?
2. Is there any software programming which relates to set ring?
3. Is there a manual switch for ring on/ring off?
4. Will another phone ring when plugged into the same jack?
IF NOT, the red and green wire may be reversed at the jack.
5. Lastly, has this cordless handset ever rang?
Most cordless sets have a volume control from off to loud. I hope this will help you solve your problem.
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
Try unpluging the line and plug it into a normal phone!That way we can see if the line is not faulty!If there is a line on the phone then the fax is broken and u can take it in to have it looked at!Enjoy!
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
SOURCE: My cell phone, model SGH-U600,
If it doesn't ring when there's incoming call even if the phone is not in silent/airplane mode, then the problem is with the Speaker, but if you can't even hear the dial tone and the other person speaking/answering, then there's another possibility. Your phone must have two speakers, one as a ringer and the other as ear-piece-speaker. The one you hear ringing and or when playing songs is the Ringer and the other you hear through when answering a call or the keypad sound is the ear-speaker. I would suggest you to check with a headset so as to find out whether there's internal circuit problem. If you can hear through the Headset, then replacing the speakers will fix your issue, but if you don't even hear from the headset, then the problem would be complicated and the repair will be more difficult.
With both issues, you'll need to visit a Samsung Care or a local Mobile repair shop to get it fixed. They will charge you for the replacement and for the service. But before that, you'd need to confirm what's the cause and if it's going to complicated and you are likely to spend much for the repair, I won't recommend getting it repaired. If cost of repairing is more or less than purchasing a new handset, then I hope you also won't opt for that.
Let me know if you need further help. But first try with the Headset.
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Posted on Feb 24, 2011
This is caused by a failed wireless signal transmitter in the base station or a failed wireless receiver in the handset, these phones are not repaired unless they are under warranty, so all you can do is replace it, this is the #1 PROBLEM WITH ALL CORDLESS PHONES.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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