Question about Lands Phones
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have had exactly the same problem, and have replaced both the charger and the battery.
I think the problem lies in the contacts between the charger and the bayonet and the battery..
I put a couple of peices of folded paper behind the battery, making a very very snug fit.
then, (this is a bit fiddly)
i carefully folded a slim peice of paper to wedge behind the charger pin and the back of the bayonet, so the pin is pushing against the front of the bayonet.
( to do this, position the paper over the pin and push into the socket at the same time.)
works like a treat :)
if you had exactly the same problem, it will be due to the charger wobbling around about the socket.
this ensures a tight fit and means it maintains contact all the time.
good luck, and i hope you haven't started to tear your hair out quite yet.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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
To start with, this seems more likely an internal fault. I am 90% sure, as i cannot be 100% without diagnosing it myself.You could try to fully reset the phone by :-
1) Remove the battery from the handset.
2) Unplug the AC adapter from the main base unit AND the wall.
3) Wait at least 20 minutes.
4) Put batteries back in handset.
5) Plug AC Adapter back into the main base unit and then the wall.
6) Wait about 30-60 seconds for system to reinitialize.
7) Test the system.
Sometimes un-registering and then re-registering the handset could help to solve the problem.
If the problem persists, that would confirm an internal fault. This might be a result of power surge. This is usually due to a problem in electronic circuit or a blown IC or diode on the board that needs replacement and soldering. If you have experience in electronics repair, could read schematics, would be able to use multimeter and soldering iron and could keep precautions, i could provide few pointers. Taking the phone to the serviceman is not advisable as the cost of repair would be quite high as compared to the cost of the product.In that situation, buying a new one is recommended.
Let me know,if needed further assistance.
Hope i helped you.
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Posted on Sep 26, 2010
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