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I have a Uniden SSE27 base set. The handset died. I have purchased a SSE06 handset, but am having trouble registering. Are these units compatible or not?

I have tried the various methods of registering the new handset, but have come to the conclusion that it is not compatible with the older base set.

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SOURCE: Uniden DCT648 register phone problem

On the Base Station select HS Registration then on the Handset hold # for 2 sec

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I just successfully registered 4 TCX905s with my TRU8865 base - it's documented in the TCX905 manual.

Be sure the handset you want to register is fully charged.

Remove the handset you want to register from its charger.

Now unplug the AC for the main base, hold down the 'find handset' key on the base and plug the AC in again, when it beeps, you can let go of that button.

Hold down the '#' on the handset you want to register, it will show 'Registering Handset...' and when it beeps, it's done - registered, you're good to go :)

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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I had the same problem!

What you need to do is hold the "end" and "#" key for 5 sec, which will deregister the headset then all you would have to do is place it back in the base for it to registered again.

Posted on May 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Reset base unit of Uniden TRU9485

Uniden TRU9485 (This didn’t work for me but this was the first instruction from Uniden Tech Support)

TO RESET THE BASE UNIT:
Unplug the base unit AC adapter.
Hold down for 15 seconds the DND, * and “menu” soft key (the middle silver soft key under the LCD) while plugging the base unit AC adapter back in.
All the settings should be reset.

Uniden TRU9485 (Worked for me)
ALTERNATE WAY TO RESET THE BASE UNIT:

Unplug the base unit AC adapter.
Hold down for 15 seconds the DELETE KEY (zero with a line through it) while plugging base unit AC adapter back in.
All the settings should be reset.

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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SOURCE: ADDING HANDSET SAYS OUT OF RANGE

A search of Uniden support only said to call 1-800-297-1023 with handset registration issues. The rep picked up quickly and walked me through the reset procedure. Here it is step-by-step:

1. Remove battery
2. Hold down the * and # buttons and reinsert battery. You should hear a long beep. If not retry. (This is a bit awkward but hold the handset upside down and it's workable)
3. Screen will be blank. Immediately press the right soft menu button.
4. Screen will report that EEPROM is clearing and then state EEPROM Clear Ok
5. Remove battery (yes again)
6. Reinsert battery (this time there's no need to hold down any buttons)
7. Handset will reboot with Welcome screen and then state that phone must be registered (this is the status a handset should be in from the factory)
8. Place handset on base and it will register as normal

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

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Uniden D3098S I have 2 register hand sets #1 and #2 I have a 3rd one having trouble registerting it to the base iam 2 feet away from the base unit it says check base power & out of range


Registering a Handset


If you see a "not registered" message on a handset, you must register it to a base before using it.

1. On the base, open the menu and select "Register Handset"

2. On the handset, press and hold POUND (#) until the handset display says "Handset Registering" (about 2 seconds).

3. Wait until the handset display says "Registration Complete" (about 30 seconds), then pick up the handset and press eND/CleaR.

# If you don't hear a dial tone or the display says "Registration Failed" charge the battery completely, then try again.

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Do all uniden handset charging bases have the same size, type, and spacing of the connectors, or must I have one specifically made for the SSE06?


The charging bases are all specific to the model number
of the handset. "If it fits & works, use it" but seldom do
different model numbers share a base 'footprint'.

Good Luck!
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How do you register a old uniden SSE27 handset to a new Uniden SSE37 base


The following is taken directly from the SSE37 owners' manual:

Registering a handset
If you see a "not registered" message on a handset,
you must register it to a base before using it.
1.
On the base, open the menu and select
Register Accy.
2.
On the handset, press and hold #/DND
until the handset display says
Handset Registering (about 2 seconds).
3.
Wait until the handset display says
Registration Complete (about 30 seconds),
then pick up the handset.
If you don't hear a dial tone or the display says
Registration Failed, charge the battery completely,
then try again.


Good luck!

Feb 19, 2015 | Uniden Lands Phones

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How do i add another handset "uniden 6.0" phone to an existing phone and base unit of the same brand.I need the step-by-step instructions please. thank you!


First make to get a compatible handset.

For the Uniden D1660-2, the compatible handsets are DCX160 and DWX337. Make sure that you have not exceeded the number of handsets that the phone can support. The D1660-2 can support 12 handsets unless you use any DWX337 handsets. Then the limit is 6. (If you have more handsets, you will need to deregister some of them first.) Then allow the handset to charge. If the handset is reading "not registered", then place it into the base unit. You should see "Handset Registering" for about 30 seconds; then it will read Registration Complete. The manual for the Uniden D1660-2 is available here: http://www.uniden.com/content/ebiz/uniden/resources/ownersmanuals/D1660-2om.pdf . This is the most common Registration for Uniden phones; there are a few exceptions (depending on the base or the replacement handset). Check the appropriate manual (see below to find the manuals).

For the DECT4096, press Menu on the base and then navigate to Handset Register. When you see Handset Registering on the base display, press and hold # on the handset to be registered until you see Handset Registering. (It takes about 2 seconds.) After the display changes to Handset Registered, check for dial tone.

On a few Uniden phones, there is a Page/Handst Register button on the base. On those you navigate through the Handset menu to Handset Register (Menu > Handset menu > Handset Registration). Then press and hold the Page button until you hear a beep. Then wait for the registration to be completed.

Most Uniden manuals are available here: http://www.uniden.com/scat/cordlessphones_mnl . Select your type of Uniden phone and scroll through the list to your model or use the search box to directly search for your phone and the manual.

I hope this helps.

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Purchased addt'l handset to work with my CEZAI2998. It has a corded handset in the base and an accessory handset with charger. Needed another accessory handset; purchased EZX290 but can't get it to...


Hi,

The CEZAI2998 does allow up to a total of 6 handsets, but your issue is that the EZX290 handset is not one that will function with that system. I have listed below the compatible handset models for that Uniden unit and as you can see the EZX290 is not supported. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, hopefully you can exchange it for a compatible handset. Good luck!!

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Including models DCX150, DCX200, DCX210, DCX290, DCX300 and DWX207 for wide-ranging compatibility.

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We had Uniden model TRU8866. Handset #2 was damaged and lost. We purchased a new phone through Uniden. It says Set #4 on it. We would like it to say #2 The new phone is a Power max5.8ghz.


In order to re-register handsets with TRU8866 base unit, you have to reset the base unit, de-register the handsets, and then re-register the handsets. To reset the base station, disconnect the power from the base and then press and hold the CID, Intercom, and Exit keys while you connect the power. Wait for the beep, and let go of the keys. Now re-register the handsets - the first one will become #1, and so on.

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Dead Uniden DCT5280 Handset


if battery just replace battery but the head sets are compatible with other handsets of same ghz say 2.4 you just gotta set in base and let base recognize new hand set these phones are practically built the same way but only with new technology

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Handset Fails to Register


It is quite possible that you'll need to go into the menu settings on your base-unit and reset the unit or restore factory default, whichever option it gives you. Also, look in the menu on the phone to see if there is an option to reset the handset also. After resetting the unit and/or handsets, try to register the handsets again, one at a time. If that still does not fix the problem, you may have handsets that are not compatible with your system, or your system may not be able to support that many phones. However, if you have the right handsets, and your system can host that many handsets, then I'm confident that resetting the unit and re-registering your handsets should fix your problem.
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Uniden handset TCX905 with base unit TRU8866-if compatible?


I just successfully registered 4 TCX905s with my TRU8865 base - it's documented in the TCX905 manual.

Be sure the handset you want to register is fully charged.

Remove the handset you want to register from its charger.

Now unplug the AC for the main base, hold down the 'find handset' key on the base and plug the AC in again, when it beeps, you can let go of that button.

Hold down the '#' on the handset you want to register, it will show 'Registering Handset...' and when it beeps, it's done - registered, you're good to go :)

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