Question about Philips Lands Phones
Yes it is quit possible. Check to see the date of manufacture. This will give you some indication as to how long the units have sat. Also depends on the amount of time the units spend off there chargers and talk time. Consult your owners manual to see how long to reasonably expect the batteries to last but as a rule the phones should be replaced in their chargers after every use. Also if the phones are newly purchased you may contemplate getting them replaced or in the very least the batteries. If you opt for the replacement closely follow the manufacturers directions for initial charge and usage. I do hope this helped you out.
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