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No it would not be advised to go for a lower mAh as your phone would not perform as eficiently and also too I would recommend to replace it with same as qriginal 1.2 v -Ni-MH battery . And you can get any battery from Amazon .Com at avery good price, that is my go to place if I want something specific.
The operating manual specifies to use only Ni-MH AAA batteries and warns to not use Alkaline/Manganese/Ni-Cd batteries. Panasonic web site lists replacement batteries at 19.95 for a pair.
Duracel Ni-MH AAA batteries will be fine.
Well, I'm sorry to say that I've spent the last hour trying to find a way for you to reset this to factory & it looks like you can not. I had a hard time believing that (which is why it became an obsession) but, I think you're going to have to ask a neighbor to record a message for you. Actually, that sounds like fun :-)
hi how are you.... doesn't it get annoying when no one will help....I will!....just click the link below to take you to a website where you can access the instruction manual....any other questions don't hesitate to ask me...cheers.
I have replace my doro batteries with Duracell rechargeables, just make sure you fully charge them before you put them in the handset. If you find after a time that the charge goes again, charge them again (in the charger you buy when you buy the batteries)! Hope this helps. PS, do you know how to turn the answering machine on?