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Handset unit keys sticking really bad

Hi guys... I don't know if anyone came across this but my handset's keys stick so bad that sometime I have to put a lot of pressure on them to dial a number... anyone else experience this? Only the number keys stick, the talk, speakerphone, off, * and # keys are fine... I tried to pry the thing open but couldn't figure it out and was scared about breaking it. I'd really appreciate some help. Thanx! Robin

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Re: Handset unit keys sticking really bad

I have the kx-tg2248s panasonic phone and my keys stick also. I emailed Panasonic for a solution and they suggested I mail it to a service center for repair. But I don't know what I would do without a phone in the meantime. Can anybody help? It would be greatly appreciated!

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

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How do i sync my panasonic phones cordless kx-tga810

335 is the magic code when you want to remove a previous handset or base station registration!

1 " (middle soft key) i L i #

2 Enter "335".

3 "Cancel Handset" i #

LThe numbers of all handsets

registered to the base unit are


4 Select the handset(s) you want to

cancel, by pressing the desired handset

number. i #
5 "Yes" i # i {ih}
Base Station:

A handset can be registered to a maximum

of 4 base units. A handset can cancel a base

unit that it is registered to. This allows the

handset to "forget" the base unit.

1 " (middle soft key) i N i #

2 "Registration" i #

3 Enter "335".

4 "Cancel Base" i #

5 Select the base unit(s) you want to

cancel, by pressing the desired base unit

number. i #
6 "Yes" i # i {ih}

Dec 23, 2013 | Panasonic KX TGA810 1Line Cordless...

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I am trying to register my panasonic kx tga641es to the base. I have no instructions/user manual...can anyone help please???

I have similar model and setup should be the same..
1, Handset: press Menu
2, Handset: scroll using up/down arrow keys to "Initial setting" then press soft key Select
3, Handset: scroll to "Registration" press soft key Select
4, Handset: sroll to " HS Registration" press soft key Select
5, Base Unit: Press and hold (LOCATOR/INTERCOM/TRANSFER) for 3 seconds. The Charge indicator flashes. After the CHARGE indicator starts flashing, the rest of the procedure must be completed within 1 minute.
6, Handset: 1: press soft key OK
2: wait untill a long beep sounds and the display shows the new extention number
**Registration should be complete**

Aug 25, 2011 | Panasonic KX TGA641ES 1Line Cordless...

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I am trying to replace a handeset on my E5640 answering system. I have followed the procedures to deregister the existing handsets but it will not accept the base code for the last one. The handset I am...

  • Your telephone can accommodate up to four cordless handsets. You can add new handsets (Model E560-2, sold separately) at any time, but each must be registered with the base before use.
  • The handset provided with your telephone is automatically registered as Handset 1.
  • Additional handsets will be assigned numbers in the order they are registered (2, 3 or 4). You can register a maximum of four handsets.
To de-register all handsets
• Unplug the power supply from the base unit.
• Remove all handsets from the charge cradles and base.
• Plug in the power supply while pressing and holding the HANDSET LOCATOR button.
• Continue pressing HANDSET LOCATOR until the IN USE and CHARGING indicators are lit (this could take up to 10 seconds).
• Release the HANDSET LOCATOR button.
• All handsets will display: ENTER BASE ID: XXXXXXXXXX
Once the base indicators turn off (up to 30 seconds), the handsets have been de-registered from the base, and can now be re-registered.

To re-register a handset:
• Make sure your handset batteries are properly installed and charged.
• Your handset will display "ENTER BASE ID".
• Enter the 15-digit Base ID number from the bottom of the base unit.
• Press SELECT to accept the new code and complete re-registration.

To re-register a handset to a new base unit:
• Make sure your handset batteries are properly installed and charged.
• Unplug the old base unit. Your handset will display "SEARCHING...".
• Install the new base unit by plugging it into an electrical outlet and phone jack.
• Press and hold the SELECT key until the handset displays "ENTER BASE ID".
• Enter the new 15-digit Base ID number from the bottom of the new base unit.
• Press SELECT to accept the new code and complete re-registration. The handset is now registered to the new base.

Jun 25, 2011 | AT&T E5640 Phone

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27998GE6-C phone and buttons stick

The buttons got "sticky stuff" on the conductor pads. There is not much you can do unless you open the handset which I do not recommend unless you really know what you are doing.

If you do, or, are foolish or brave, open the handset, remove the rubber button pad and wipe the circuit board with rubbing alcohol. DO NOT USE ANY OTHER SOLVENTS.

Good luck.

Mar 16, 2009 | GE 27992GE5 Cordless Phone

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Base station and units all say 'searching'

You may need to register your handset to the base.
Normally ,there is a advanced setting ,register handset. At the same time, press and hold "page" key on your base 4 to 5 second , there is be a registation success tone from handset. You can register all of your handset ,one by one. Some model need to input register code, normally ,it is 1234 , or 0000.

Dec 22, 2008 | Philips DECT 2252S Cordless Phone

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Phone getting switched off when speaker is turned on

(Just received this from Panasonic Support...Thanks Panasonic!) The following might be worth a try.... Resetting Handsets & Base Unit: 1) Unplug AC adaptor from base unit for 30 seconds. 2) Reset handsets by removing/reinstalling all batteries.
Re-register each handset to the base unit by following the steps below:

1. Press MENU, #, 1, 3, 0 on the handset. 2. On the base unit, press and hold the LOCATOR button for 4 seconds until the registration tone sounds. 3. On the handset, press the soft key below OK and then wait until a long beep sounds. 4. Press the OFF button to exit. Situate the base unit in a different location. Change the line mode from A to B or vice-versa by following the steps below:

1. Press MENU on the handset. 2. Press #, 1, 2, 2. 3. Press the up or down arrow key to select the desired setting. 4. Press the soft key below SAVE. 5. Press the OFF button to exit. If the problems persist, your unit is malfunctioning and is in need of repair or replacement.

Dec 21, 2008 | Panasonic KX-TG4321B Cordless Phone

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Open the handset to clean keypad

Hi Sue,

Sometimes there's a screw or 2 inside the battery compartment, other than that they snap together.

Once you get the keypad out, wash it in warm water with a couple drops of dish liquid, rinse and pat dry. The Pc Board the keypad sits on can be cleaned with alchohol and Q-Tip.

Hope that helps.


Apr 01, 2008 | Panasonic KX-TGA650B Headset Phone

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Base does not charge handset

If all 3 handsets fail to charge on the base unit that leads one to the conclusion that the charger with-in the base unit has gone bad and I really don't know of any fix. Thank You. Jerry

Dec 28, 2007 | Uniden Cordless Phone

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My Motorola MA580 sometimes work and others don´t

It sounds as if the channel that the phone and base has selected during that session is bad, or being used by another system in the area. When that happens, try selecting another channel. You should be able to do this by depressing a button on the handset. Normally labeled "Channel". Please post further questions or comments. Please rate this solution through fix-it. Thank you

Jun 28, 2007 | Motorola Mobility MA580 (612572111116)...

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