Hi, my 92 year old father has the trio of cordless phones, bought back in September last year. A month ago one of them developed a fault. The caller can't hear him. I thought he'd probably just put it on mute by accident but you can see the mute go from 'mute on' to 'calling' when you press it and still no joy. Now a second phone is doing the same. He has one phone now and a phone graveyard of two... Any ideas?
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Who provides his phone service?
Have you tried a normal corded phone in case its a fault on the line, or in the exchange.
If a normal corded phone works fine, then you would need to contact the product helpdesk for advice. As they are still under guarantee, you should be able to take them back to the seller, and exchange them.
If your phone is within warranty:
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Hi, thanks for the reply. Strangely one of the phones still works fine so its not a line fault. I think you're right...I might have to return them.