Re: Need to purchase replacement battery for model 39285...
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** Extend the life of your phone - Motorola 5.8Ghz - MD700 series ** PROBLEM: We got tired of buying so many of the replacement/rechargable batteries for our Motorola 5.8Ghz phone. So I started labeling the replacement batteries by taking a permanent ink pen (aka. 'sharpie pen') and writing the date of install directly onto the battery. I noticed that I was buying replacement batteries after just a few months.
SOLUTION & EXPECTED OUTCOME: After some searching online, I discovered that you can purchase stronger batteries. We did this and have extended the from months to years. Currently we're still running on batteries that were installed in January, 2008. That's almost two years on the same battery.
We purchased our replacement 3.6V2000mAh batteries from "SmartBatts" - if you need more info, or encounter any difficulty locating the replacement batteries, then reply back to this post and I'll help!
Most cordless phones have the battery in the receiver piece you hold to speak and listen. Usually, on the back you will find a door that is rather difficult to slide off, and the battery is under there. Remove your batter, and take it with you to purchase a new one to make sure the size, type and connector all match. Their are a lot of variations on that type of device.
This is a extremely easy fix, your battery is shot. you need a new battery. My Panasonic KX-TG5632 cordless did the exact same thing, until I replaced the battery.
It even showed the battery gauge with 2-4 bars of charge when it would happen, and would work right shortly after even if I didnt put it on the charger in between.
Im pretty sure thats the battery you need, make sure the battery property's are correct before purchasing.
p.s. if you contact the owner of the above site and tell them what battery you are looking for they will find it specially for you and offer it to you if you want to purchase it from them.
Battery's do you have the voltage information on the old battery or the inside of the battery enclosure available if so take down these numbers.
Output voltage and polarity positive negitive as well as required amperage. Should be a two pin connector that you can find on most phone batteries just head down to your local hardware store and find a battery that either matches these voltages or is slightly above them. Should allow you to use your phone again but you may run into problems closing the battery compartment and or your phone may die after a shorter period of use however since you have had it since 1976 thats a really good run for a phone and you shouldn't be too concerned.