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Combine two sets

I have bought two seperate sets (1 pair and 1 single - i.e. 3 in total) of these phones and would like to combine them. Is there a way of re-register the sets to share base-stations so that I only have to plug one base station into the phone socket. I'm told it may be done using the RC code printed on the base station, but there is nothing in the user manual from Philips. Thanks

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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.

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USER MANUAL On Philips website

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Press the menu button then scroll using the up/down button in the center of the handset to find ADVANCED SET in the screen. Press the menu button and the up/down button to select REGISTRATION in the screen. Press the menu button and the up/down button to choose the base station(the registered base station will be marked with an asterisk at the right in the screen). Press the menu button and dial the 4 digit master PIN when prompted(default master PIN is 0000). Press the page button(lower right) on the base unit for at least three seconds until there is a confirmation tone. Press the menu button to validate the PIN code. In the screen WAITING will be displayed. A confirmation tone is heard when the registration is successful. I have included a link to download the manual.

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Non registering of the base to the handset means that the frequency is not locking up to the circuits. In most cases the meshing happens automatically. So when the hand set is placed on the cradle of the base it will link together and lock on after the processor hunts out the frequency to inter trans-receive.
You can remove the battery for some time and also the adapter of the base. Notice any signs of moisture on the handset- sweat that have condensed on the handset. if so you need to remove and clean wipe the moisture, use a hair dryer to warm off the moisture.
Now replace the battery and connect the base to park the handset., If this wont lock in now there are errors within the base phone/handset that prevents a lock and will need a good technical probe with signal trace.
Get estimate from Philips and decide.

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First, the wall jack may not be wired correctly or the wire you ar eusing is a single line wire.

The easiest to check is the wire, look at the plug and see if it has 4 copper leads. If it only has two in the middle two slots then it will only connect line 1. If it has 4 copper leads then it should pass both lines 1 and 2 (or three and four). The middle leads are line 1 and the outer two are line 2.

If the wires all check out then you may have a wall plate that is not wired for multiple lines on the single wire. That will require a technician coming out and rewiring the plate. There are also adaptors available at Radio Shack that will combine two lines to one wire if you have both lines on the wall plate.

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Chances are your line is using the blue and white wires.Residential telephone equipment isn't polarity sensitive so it really doesn't matter which wire you hook to L+ and L-. Try the white/blue combination first. If you don't get dialtone then try red/black. If still no luck you only have two more combinations to try.

Before you start with the wiring, take another phone on the line off the hook (if you have another one). This will prevent an incoming call from ringing the line, which can give a shock if you happen to be touching a bare end. The ringing voltage is much higher than the normal phone line voltage which won't bother you.

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  4. Dial your second friend's number.
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