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Normally in the BT range the batteries are rechargable, hence the base charger, so do not use ordinary batteries. If the phones are not charging, go to boots or tesco and buy AAA rechargeables 2 per handset. Once replaced allow at least 6 hours charge before use. After that just carry on as normal.
You need to make sure the phone is on the cradel half on half off is not the units fault its the users, in saying the the unit will charge the battery if you dod not kiill it already, leave the phone on the cradel if that does not charge the battery a nice day trip to radioshack for a new battery might be what you have to do, Sorry to hear you misfortuens with uniden there a good company but make things that people just do not understand.
how long have you had the phone? usually the longer you have the phone the more it uses battery. the same with cameras, laptops, etc... my guess would be that the battery is going bad. ive had a few phones for just a few months and the battery would barely hold a charge for a day. so try getting a new battery and hopefully that will solve the problem :). also make sure there arent any games or programs constantly running on the phone as that can also drain the power pretty quick. hope this helps!
You are pretty close to the solution. The problem is the charge detection in the handset. All handsets on a cordless phone detect the battery level with an hexadecimal value in the memory. Each hex value equal a volt value of the battery. EX: 3.5v = 9B 3.6v = 9C 3.7v =9D etc... The problem is the hex value in your defective handset are all mess up. So 9B is not 3.5v anymore. Then your handset could last 1hr after foul charge or doesn't alert you before the phone goes dead due to low BAtt.