Question about Uniden Cordless Phone
This is generally a problem with your connection to your base system (the receiver that charges your phone when not in use). While a lot of things could be causing this, the most common is being too far from the base, as they have a very limited range. Try using your phone at a closer range first. (This might require you to move the base if you're consistently far away)
If this has no effect, check for anything that might be giving off electromagnetic waves (microwaves, [microwaves are the most common] radios, televisions, cell phones, wireless speakers) and move the base further away from them. Interference like this is pretty uncommon, so it probably will not be the solution, but it's worth a try, since it's pretty easy to test.
If neither of these work, you're most likely looking at a problem with your phone itself. If it's new, return it. If it's old, it's probably cheaper and easier to replace than it is to fix.
Hope this helps!
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