Question about Lands Phones
I have a HS 950 uniden headset that I want to connect to my uniden 3135 phone. I followed the instructions - pressed 'find hs'button on base, then 'volume' button on headset, the headset flashed quickly but there was no confirmation noises and both the headset and base just kept flashing until they got tired of it and stopped. Still no connection. Pressed 'reset' and tried again - still no result.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Have purchased an Uniden SS
Frustrated Pel. packed it up and returned phones to store.
They replaced it with no trouble. The second phone WAS a dud !
Sorry to have wasted your time.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
try connecting both phones via the base that is working and see if they recognize each other. Let me know if that works.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
Here are some tips:
Reset the phone:
Unplug the battery in the handset, unplug the phone line from the base and unplug the electricity from the base. Leave everything unplugged for an hour or two instead of a couple to five minutes that way you can get more of an idea of whether your phone will work. After an hour or two plug in everything. If resetting the phone doesn't work then try the next step.
Check the surge protector:
Is the phone line plugged into a surge protector? The surge protector may have stopped working or blown a surge, a sudden burst of electricity, which may have caused the dial tone in your cordless phone to go. Unplug the phone line from the surge protector then plug it back in and see if you get a dial tone. It could be that the phone line plugged into the surge was loose or not plugged in securely.
Try a different phone plug, outlet.
Check the base:
Is the base dusty and have possible dirt in the prongs where the phone sits? Lift the base and blow off dust.
Check the handset for dirt.
Rub metal connections on handset and base:
Use a pen cap or coin and rub the metal connections on the bottom of the handset. Rub the prongs, metal connections on base.
Hope these suggestions help.
Posted on Aug 01, 2011
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