An off the wall question (literally, since the telephone is wall mounted). I have a wireless telephone that has worked normally for over a year, but 3 or 4 days ago, I noticed the screen lighting up on both of the receivers simutaneously, when no incoming call was occuring.
I thought this might be due to some neighbor's telephone being on the same frequency or something else interfering, but forgot about it, because it didn't happen again, until a few minutes ago. An actual incoming call rang, which I didn't recognize, thus didn't answer, but maybe about a minute after the caller hungup, the screen started lighting up as before. I pushed the button and got a dial tone, so it wasn't anyone calling out.
I think that there is a way to cause it to use a different frequency, but I will have to go hunting the manual, which I don't think that I have read since the phone was new, so there no telling where it may be.
I'm just wondering if there is anything that I haven't thought of that might account for this, besides a faulty transmitter?