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Phone display shows second line in use when it is not

I have Uniden 5.8 GHz phone system. I accidentally unplugged the power converter from the base unit for the main phone (there are three satellite handsets as well). Ever since the display on all the phones indicates that the second line is in use regardless of whether it is or not.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Main handset won't work; additional handsets do.

Check that you have the larger power adaptor connected to the base unit.

Posted on Jun 09, 2007

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SOURCE: Base unit light blinking GE 27831

I had the same problem. Once I read the owners manual I found the charge light blinks to indicate that you have voicemail waiting to be retrieved via telecom provider. Much to my surprise I have a voicemail account I never requested.

Another mystery solved - I now know why I missed so many messages.

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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SOURCE: Dead Uniden DCT5280 Handset

if battery just replace battery but the head sets are compatible with other handsets of same ghz say 2.4 you just gotta set in base and let base recognize new hand set these phones are practically built the same way but only with new technology

Posted on May 10, 2008

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SOURCE: Uniden 5.8 GHz Digital cordless w 3 handsets interference background noise no matter where we are in the house or which handset we use

This is possibly caused by the internet connection.
Try new ADSL filter.
You need one each per device.


Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Register additional handsets on a Uniden phone

From: Uniden Customer Support

On most models you can find an option in the menu for De-register? In that case you would select that option and select to deregister the handset.
TRU88 models you go to the main menu and go to De-register HS select yes to deregister the Handset.

DCT5 and DCT6 models: Press menu on the handset. Go to System Reset and Press select. Go to Deregister HS and press select. Arrow up to yes and press select. Then go back into the menu. Go to system reset and press select. Arrow down to Replacing the base and press select. Arrow up to yes and press select.

DCT7 models: Press and hold "end" and "#" until the system reset menu appears on the display. Then follow the instructions from above for the DCT5 and DCT6 deregister procedures once your into the menu.

TRU4 and TRU5 models: Press and hold xfer/del and end until "de-register?" appears. Use the plus+ button to go up to yes and press select.

To register any of the following phones please see you owners manual under either:


•Register handset or


•Register the digital security code.

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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