All of a sudden, none of the buttons will work on the phone. I can pick up the receiver and hear a dial tone, but none of the buttons will register. I disconnected the power source and plugged it back in, but that didn't solve the problem. Please help.
Try taking a credit card or ID card and placing it on its side across the top of the keys. Then swipe it down across the keys. This should unstick any of the keys that may be stuck and your phone should start working fine.
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Your phone is broken, the only solution is to replace it. Call Uniden Customer Service and they should be able to help you. 1-800-297-1023. ( I'm serious, there is no way you can fix this problem with out opening the base unit up and replacing a bad transistor)
You first need to determine if it is THAT phone or the jack it is plugged into. I would swap the phone with another in th ehouse and see if the problem stays with the phone or stays with the jack. If its the phone take it back or trash it. If the problem is the jack and if you have "lines keeper service" the phone company will repair the jack for you. If you do not have the inside wire insurance, ask the phone company how much it will cost to repair. You may want to get a private technician that will fix it for you for much less. Good Luck
The plug going into the phone was not secure. Once it was fully plugged in it was operational. I was making a big problem out of a little one. I thought in cleaning the phone without unplugging it first I somehow messed with the programming. I was wrong. Thanks for trying to help.