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Solved: Vtech phone cs6429

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by Lex.Luthor, Dec 15, 2011.

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    Vtech model CS-6429 digital answering machine with 2 handsets
    Dtech 6.0 GHz with 5 channel system, fully encrypted signal.

    I am placing this here for general information and problems that I have had with this phone. This is a good phone for what it's worth and has a clear signal. The trouble that I've had is that there is a 2700MHz noise that comes through the speakers.

    These are the test that I have preformed:

    I have tested the phone by itself without being on line and there is 27k noise.
    I have tested the phone on line without DSL and there is 27k noise.
    I have tested the phone on line with DSL and there is 27k noise.
    I have tested the master Data Interface Network box and there is no 27k noise there.
    I have tested the line with another wireless phone and did not find any 27k noise.

    After testing out many different methods, I read the manual and did not find anything specific except a section that read "common cure for electronic equipment."

    It told that I should disconnect the base from the power supply and remove the battery from the handset as well and wait for a few minutes.

    After a few minutes, reconnect the power supply and then place the handset into the charging base and allow up to a minute or two to "reset" the settings.

    After doing this, it is noted that the 27k noise is gone.

    No need to replace a $40 phone and digital answering system.
     
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