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Author Topic: Can't make or receive calls using GVoice since this morning  (Read 101539 times)
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« Reply #200 on: March 26, 2020, 10:12:00 am »

My issues are:

1. For some companies, when placed on hold, I get a loud whooshing sound ie white noise. They can hear me, I can't hear them. Sometimes this occurs when I choose a numbered option.
The above issue happens at least 50% of the time, if not more.

2. After a longer call, get disconnected. Happens maybe 20% of the time.

3. My google voice number is forwarding to my cell phone. When I have my cell on, sometimes I hear it ring, but my cordless phone working via the obi200 doesn't ring at the same time, which it usually does.

When I unplug the power adapter, wait about 5 minutes and replug it in, this sometimes fixes this issues. For how long, I am not sure.

I read a topic here where replacing the power adapter fixed at least one of the above issues. Figured an inexpensive and easy fix - so now knowing this, refer back to  my initial question:

Whether replacing with the same model power adapter or another one with the same specs but up to 2amps and 24 watts - which version would be more likely than not to fix this issue if it can be fixed by a replacement power adapter?

Thanks for your help.

Bob


I have your exact 3 issues going on for a few months. I highly doubt it's the power adapter the cause.
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magicwine
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« Reply #201 on: March 26, 2020, 10:36:14 am »

Why - have you tried a new one and it failed?

I had a power surge or some power issue when a tree  hit the power line connected to my house while I was on vacation.

When I returned home, I was having this problem so somehow it is related to that. Did you have any surges or issues that might have preceded the start of your issues?

Bob
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