Question about Panasonic KX-TG5438 5.8 GHz Cordless Phone
I have a panasonic KX-TG5438 cordless phone. I had a problem with it showing the battery as fully charged and then after talking for only a minute, it would die and indicate that it needed to have the battery recharged. I bought a new battery but this did not help. I sent it in for warranty repair and they sent me a refurbished one of the same model. I have been using that one for about a year and now it is having exactly the same problem. Again, I went out and bought a new battery, but this, as before, did not help. I can place the phone in the charger and after a few hours it shows that it is fully charged, but after a very short time of use, it dies. Any ideas?
A friend that worked for GTE advised me some yrs ago to do this and I have NOT had a problem with another battery since
when you get any new Battery charge it plugged in to the ac AND phone jack for a minimum of 24 hrs without using it.
all batteries have some memory and deminish power over time but if it was NOT fully charged to begin with as a yr goes by so does the battery life. hope this works,
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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