Question about Vtech VMix Gz2434 Cordless Phone
The phone appears to be fully charged but the handset doesn't seem to be able to locate the charge station. Even the pager on the charge station doesn't work as I fear it can talk to the handset. I've tried letting the battery discharge fully but since it still retains the telephone numbers I'm guessing I'm not yet forcing it to start all over. Is there a manual way to force the two to sync up. Pressing CHANNEL doesn't help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Not Registered Problem
I had the same problem and I JUST fixed it! First, unplug the power to the main base (answering machine) for 20 seconds. Plus it back in. Put the phone that says "not registered" in the main answering machine. It will say "press the find handset for 4 seconds". Do that. It will run thru a series of stuff and will find the handset. It works! Rich (jambones.com)
Posted on Apr 09, 2007
SOURCE: Not Registered
I had the same problem and this procedure fixes it! First, unplug the power to the main base (answering machine) for 20 seconds. Plus it back in. Put the phone that says "not registered" in the main answering machine. It will say "press the find handset for 4 seconds". Do that. It will run thru a series of stuff and will find the handset. It works! Rich (jambones.com)
Posted on Jun 01, 2007
SOURCE: Vtech 8L55 2 unit portable phone
I just had the same problem. Could be dirty terminals. I took the battery out, cleaned the terminals on the battery and phone with a pencil eraser, put the battery back in and it's working fine. (Says fully charged, where just a few minutes ago it said low battery).
Posted on Nov 09, 2007
You are pretty close to the solution. The problem is the charge detection in the handset. All handsets on a cordless phone detect the battery level with an hexadecimal value in the memory. Each hex value equal a volt value of the battery. EX: 3.5v = 9B
3.6v = 9C 3.7v =9D etc... The problem is the hex value in your defective handset are all mess up. So 9B is not 3.5v anymore. Then your handset could last 1hr after foul charge or doesn't alert you before the phone goes dead due to low BAtt.
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
I can vouch for the second solution. It worked perfectly on my 2461 with two extensions. Even the vTech website was not able to provide a solution.
Posted on May 03, 2009
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