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Yes, and no.
When you buy the new corded base station (CL84109) with 1 handset, that
base unit by default is "paired" with only the 1 cordless handset that
came with it.
While you can plug both base stations into the landline wall plugs
(RJ-11), and when the line rings, both base unit phones will ring and
will each operate as independent corded phones would.
But, in this scenario, the cordless phones communicate only through the
base unit they are Paired with. The cordless phone paired with the
CL84109 corded base unit will not be able to transfer or Intercom
between the cordless phones paired with the CL82409 base unit.
However, if you want to transfer the cordless phones that originally
came with the CL82409 base unit to work directly with the CL84109 corded
base unit, you can likely "Pair" them to work directly with the CL84109
corded base unit for a total of 5 cordless phones to be paired to the
CL84109 base unit.
Consult the User Guide that came with the CL84109 base unit for
instructions on how to Pair additional cordless phoned to this base
The CL84109 can be expanded and paired with up to 12 cordless phones. So, this should be do-able.
Keeping in mind that the CL82409 will no longer have any phones paired
to it and will thus be useless from that point on. (unless you pair more
expansion cordless phones to it again)
You can change the channel used by the phone in the settings, but the better option is to make sure the charger base is nowhere near the microware.
Also, make sure that the microwave and the charger base are NOT plugged into the same outlet. I would even try a different outlet than you are using now as interference would definitely pass through the line.
were you ever able to register the additional handset? I have the same problem with 4 handsets, one broke and I bought 2 new vt2420 handsets. The unit wont register handset #3 (the one that broke). Would love to know if you were able to resolve the issue?
With a little searching I was not able to confirm this phone could handle more than one cordless handset. Are you replacing a defective handset or trying to add a second. If adding, do you know if it can handle the second unit (is it advertised on the box, in the user guide, etc?)
If replacing, you most likely have to de-register the old handset on the base unit before you can register a new one.
If you are adding, try de-registering the working handset anyway and registering the new one. If the new one registers and you cannot re-register the once working phone you will know either the system cannot handle two phones or (if the new one will not register but you can again re-register the original) that the new handset has a problem and should be returned.