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What is the model of that phone? It could be something else that transmits on that same frequency and is causing interference/ Things like routers, flourescent lights, basically anything that can send a signal. Someone might also have a phone that is close to that ones frequency.
yes. your battery is worn out. if you want you could just buy a new one. or, if you have a phone contract as most do go to your phone company store and see if you are now eligible for a new phone at a low price.
Have you tried disconnecting the battery & then re-connecting it?? I had a problem with my cordless phone-it kept saying 'low battery' on the screen, & when I called customer support they said I needed to reset it. I couldnt figure out how! I took the battery cover off, & disconnected my battery, then re-connected it & the message on my screen was gone & it worked fine!