[access-uk] Re: PANASONIC CORDLESS PHONE

Hi,

Well, we had a printed booklet with our phone. That's the only copy I have. I just made some notes as we worked through things, which can help me if I forget.

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---- Original Message ----
From: "Caroline Ford" <caroline@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, December 16, 2009 9:55 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: PANASONIC CORDLESS PHONE

Carol,

Please could you let me know where you found the manual
for these phones? It would be useful to have an
accessible copy.

Thanks,

Caroline.

-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Carol
Pearson
Sent: 16 December 2009 17:52
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: PANASONIC CORDLESS PHONE

David,

This is all fascinating stuff and I appreciate your offer
of further help!

What has transpired is equally as fascinating in some
respects and ... well here goes!

Last night, when I was pressing buttons on the handsets,
which were making their usual healthy beeping noise, I
was getting no signal between the base and handsets.  I
checked the manual and tried, without success, to get
them communicating again.  Whilst pressing buttons on the
handset, I noticed our radio controlled alarm clock
(which has lived fairly near to the phone for years)
began to beep.  Later we discovered the alarm time had
changed very considerably and more than you could do by
hitting the button in error! "Interesting," I thought,
something weird is going on in some communication now
between the phone and clock!

I determined my next step was to unplug phone chargers
today and then try again.  Before I could get round to
doing this, we got side-tracked with other things to do
and had a cake cooking in the oven etc;  then someone
flicked the light in our kitchen and everything in the
kitchen appeared to fuse!  This meant a reset of our fuse
box ... and is something we're soon going to have checked
out.  Anyway, after doing this, a friend realised that

the display on the phone was no longer showing that
flashing light and, when

I tried it, there was the dial-tone back again!  I was
very happy!

I later discovered that we had had a minor power cut
yesterday afternoon, as

my friend had at her home, which I didn't notice at the
time, so that had obviously thrown the phone out in the
first place.

As they say in the States, "Go figure"!

David, I don't know if the phone has any volatile memory
but I had wondered about an internal battery going ...
but, thankfully, this was not the case here.

Sorry for the rather long-winded, strange, explanation!
<Smiles>

I'm sure glad to have my cordless back and working so
that I can move around

and talk on the phone at the same time!  How accustomed
we become to this freedom!

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Carol
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---- Original Message ----
From: "David W Wood" <g3yxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, December 16, 2009 1:18 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: PANASONIC CORDLESS PHONE

Hi Carol:

Don't despair!

I wonder if the base unit has volatile memory in it, and
that the backup battery has died.
Even if this is the case, when it is on mains power,
their should be a signal from the base unit which you may
be able to detect by putting an analog radio adjacent to
it, while not tuned into a station on medium wave.
Removing it, will confirm or not.

If you let me know off line where you are, I may be able
to locate a hobby electronics/radio guy to check it out
thoroughly.


David


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