If you just recharged the batteries, but keep getting a low battery warning, the
batteries may need to be replaced. Rechargeable batteries gradually lose their ability
to store a charge the older they get. Replace the battery with a new one.
Cannot register handset
Sometimes it helps to unplug and then reconnect your base unit to its AC
power source before you start the registration procedure.
You may have already registered 4 handsets to the base unit.
If you are replacing a faulty handset, make sure you have fully removed the
faulty one before registering the new one. Refer to the Registering a
handset section on page 21 for more information.
If you are still experiencing problems, you may need to reset all the
registrations then start over.
Cannot dial out
Only one outside call and one intercom call can take place at the same time. Make
sure no one else is already using the phone; if so, you will see the EXT IN USE
symbol on the handset display area.
All handsets show "OUT OF SERVICE" and telephone will not work
Reset your telephone, and then try the registration process again. If you are still
experiencing problems, reset and then re-register all your handsets one-by-one.
No Caller ID display
You must subscribe for caller ID services through your telephone network
provider for the caller ID to display on this telephone. Please check with
If the caller's number does not exactly match what you have entered in
your phone book, including the STD code and any prefixes, the phone book
cannot match the name to the caller ID. Check the phone book to make
sure the full number is stored there in the correct sequence.
Is battery fully charged? Try recharging or replacing the battery.
Make sure that the base is connected to a non-switched AC outlet.
Disconnect the base from the plug and plug it in again.