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Author Topic: "Line in use" message on cordless handset  (Read 21610 times)
dandan14
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« on: June 17, 2011, 07:55:32 am »

Hi,
I have a panasonic multiple-handset cordless phone.  Obi100 works very well, most of the time.
However, I have been having issues where the phone displays "Line in Use" or "System Busy" when I press the talk button (either to make an outgoing call or answer ring).

Ideas? 

Updating to latest firmware today to try that.

Is it possibly an issue with the multiple handsets?
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dandan14
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« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2011, 08:32:16 am »

upgraded firmware and have unplugged the other chargers and taken the batteries out of the additional handsets.  However, the 1 handset is still stuck in "line in use" mode.  Yesterday it did this for a while, and then started worked normally again. 
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dandan14
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« Reply #2 on: June 17, 2011, 09:29:13 am »

Update:  Tried setting voltage to 52 as discussed in other threads.  Didn't help.

Tested with regular landline phone -- works fine.

Back to panasonic cordless -- now working. 

This is an intermittent problem that has come and gone over the last few days (since I've had the Obi).
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dandan14
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« Reply #3 on: July 03, 2011, 12:03:50 pm »

Update:  Tried setting voltage to 52 as discussed in other threads.  Didn't help.

Tested with regular landline phone -- works fine.

Back to panasonic cordless -- now working. 

This is an intermittent problem that has come and gone over the last few days (since I've had the Obi).

Very frustrating.  Problem continues to plague me at inopportune times.  For example, often when I have to press a button (press x to reach an operator), the system doesn't hear the tones.  Then the phone disconnects me saying "line in use."

Will try getting a new inexpensive phone that is less sensitive.
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