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My wireless modem/router and my Uniden 2.4 Ghx phone are on thr same frequency.

My wireless router and Uniden 2.4 Ghz phones are on the same frequency. Can we change the phone frequency?

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  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2009

    i keep pushing channel button and it says its scanning then it goes to a dial tone
    I that was its supposed to do? I can;t figure it out
    Please help


  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    What is error "3002"? I'm trying to get my phone to work by installing using my AcionTech router/wireless modem!!

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Should be a button right on the handset labeled channel... keep pressing it while you use the phone till you find a clear channel.

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Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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