Do I need caller ID for this product to work?
Yes. Caller ID is vital for the CPR Call Blocker to function correctly.
This feature must be enabled on your telephone line from your provider for the product to work effectively.
Caller ID is usually available for free while other providers may charge a small monthly fee.
Ring your telephone provider to enquire and get it activated.
Caller ID stopped working when using Call Blocker
In the U.S.A especially, due to the large areas involved, sometimes the caller ID signal can differ in strength depending on how far your home is from the telephone exchange and appear weaker and as a result, you may lose the caller ID feature on ...
V5000 Most frequent questions - February 2019
Most frequent questions in February, we have provided several different solutions to resolve. Caller ID not showing on the call blocker, dashes showing across the middle of the screen instead Solution Options: Ensure the call blocker is set up on ...
Caller ID is not displaying on the call blocker screen but my phones show caller ID; What is the problem?
You may have accidentally placed the Call Blocker into Foreign Caller ID mode (DTMF) instead of the default FSK mode. The Call Blocker has three different Caller ID modes try all three to see which one works. Get a dial tone and enter: **9#100# Check ...
V10000 Most Frequent Questions - February 2019
These are the most frequent questions in February, we have provided different solutions to resolve. Call list or block list button not functioning Solution Options: Ensure line is not overloaded with too much telephony equipment (multiple separate ...
Blocking all calls or dropping after 1 or 2 rings
Problem The call blocker is blocking all incoming calls or they are dropping off after one or 2 rings Reasons for this There is two possible causes of this: Caller ID is not active or not transmitting through to the call blocker There is too much ...