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No dial tone on handset; cannot make or receive calls

One of my Uniden handset, CID 100, suddenly stopped giving a dial tone, and I cannot use it. The battery is new, and I had it checked. When I turn it on it shows ''out of range.'' Can you help me correct this problem?

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Hi there,

better do registering again the phone to the base station. you ma consult your user manual on how to register again the handset.

hope this initial info helps.

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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    micromaster Apr 16, 2009

    On page 3 under "Step 4 - Register 2nd Handset to Base:

    After fully charging both handsets, remove the second handset from the
    extra charging cradle and place in the main base unit. The main base
    LED light will flash indicating registration is occuring.

    Wait for at least 5 seconds before removing handset. One registration is complete, the cordless phone is ready for use.

    I hope this helps.


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