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Sorry to hear you’re having trouble.
Can you tell me a bit more about the problem please:1) If you have multiple handsets (within the same system), does this happen with all of them? 2) Are there other phones or even a fax, outside of this system but on the same line? If so are they working properly?3) Is this a landline from the local phone/cable company, or a VOIP service (vonage/magicjack/etc)?4) Do you have dsl service on the same line?
Thank you for confirming.
This symptom does indicate a hardware failure in the base station. We most often see this type of damage to the base unit as the result of a power surge, either through the phone or power lines.
The one thing you may attempt yourself is to fully reset the system:1) unplug both power and phone lines from the main base.2) remove batteries from all handsets3) wait at least 15 minutes, then restore all4) place a handset on the main base for a minute, as if to charge5) check for functionality.
Thank you for trying. I can't text you, we can only communicate here.
Since the problem persists even after the reset though, and you've had the line checked already, that unfortunately indicates a hardware fault in the base station.
There is nothing else to be done on your end.
If it is less than a year old, you can file a warranty claim with panasonic by calling(###) ###-####/p>
If more than a year old, it isn't worth fixing - it would cost more to repair than it would to buy a new system: http://amzn.to/2agrn7b
You can buy one in the same series to get a new base + handset(s) then pair your existing handset to it to expand your overall system.
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