Question about AT&T E5812B 5.8 GHz Twin Cordless Phone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Out of Range
Make certain that the phone line cable is plugged securely into the base unit in the back. Disconnect it and re-insert it into the connector firmly. That should do it if the battery pack has been sufficiently charged.....12-16 hours should do it for the initial charge. Of course, you can't ecxpect it to find the base unit if it is 2 miles away, under a metal box! Just kidding!!
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
SOURCE: My handset reads "out of range"
Hi, I know its a few days later than I wanted to respond, but now I am. I try your method, but I went back to the formula I mentioned in my problem, and I had missed one whole step. So I started over and followed the formula exactly, (which was to remove the battery completely from the handset). I skipped over that completely the first couple of times, but when I did it, it worked like a charm. But thank you, because it was the "buy a new battery" suggestion that gave me the idea to try my formula again.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
SOURCE: Phone message reads
If you are not too far away-not "out of range" then try rehoming/pairing the handset with the base unit. You probably need the phones together to do this. Your manual will explain how-it will have been done in the original setup.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
SOURCE: just brought the phone charge
First check if the battery is properly connected/installed. It's possible for the connection to be loose. If this is your situation, recharge the handset again. Then try again.
Next make sure that the base has power (plugged into a live outlet). With a regular corded phone, make sure that the phone line is working. (Make sure that you get a dial tone.)
If the unit is new, you may want to contact Uniden. The battery may have degraded over time in a warehouse. If you bought the unit used, try a new battery.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 14, 2011
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