As with all batteries, Topping them up by keeping them on charge is very bad for the cells, whats best is a good charge and then a good discharge, looks like you need a new battery - Uniden cordless batteries
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One you have replaced the batteries, place the unit in its charging stand and it will inform you approx. how long until the charge is complete. If not, there will be a charging status bar at the top right hand corner. I would typically leave it on the stand for 12 hours minimum. Also, do not put it back on the stand until it tells you that charging is required. Putting a device on charge before required develops a "battery memory", meaning the battery may be half full, but read as empty requiring a full charge.
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Either you need to replace the rechargable batteries or the contacts on the charger are not touching the contacts on the phone. As the battery gets old they do not keep as charge as well and will eventually not charge up.
If the battery is good and the phone is properly seated in the charging stand then most likely a wire in the charging stand has come loose from the charging stand contacts inside the phone somewhere. Have someone who knows what they are doing fix it (solder the wire back on to the contact)
Lastly, the phone or charging circuit could just be dead...zapped by lightning or static discharge from owner when they pick it up to answer it.
I had the same problem, but good thing I bought three of them. The first one worked right out of the box, the second one wouldn't come up for about two days and the third one took several days before it would turn itself on. My opinion is that the batteries are really flat from being on the shelf for so long before they are sold and have "memorized" that condition.
I went to the Uniden site and their FAQ don't really address much about this product, wish they would expand it somewhat.
Good luck and keep on trying to charge the batteries.