Question about Lands Phones
If I need to use Voltage converter (220 to 110V) to make my device to work then do I need to worry about 60 Hz to 50 Hz frequency or the converter takes care of this? Also since I have 3 handsets to connect to the base what is the optimal way to make use of the converter? Do i need to buy 3 converters for making it to work or any other best option available?
No need to worry about frequency it will take care by voltage converter. you just need a good quality converter. and no need to buy 3 converters for 3 handsets. just buy one converter and one Multiplug or extension cable and connect it to converter's output socket and put your base power supply and other handset's chargers in and you are good to go.
Posted on Nov 27, 2013
Testimonial: "Thanks for the quick help, even i thought of purchasing a extended cable but that looks bit complicated as I need to pull the cable across rooms where I want to keep the handsets :) and also multiplug will make my 3 handsets to place in the same location."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cordless Phone
You did record a message on the answerer, didn't you? Mine displayed that until I recorded the outgoing message for the answerer. You do not need any service from your phone provider. The answerer in the base unit simply records the caller's message when you don't answer after a set number of rings. The manual tells you how to name the handset, which is a nice feature if you don't wish to use "unit 1, unit 2, etc".
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
I successfully reset Radio Shack (Uniden) 5561 handset by reconnecting the battery while holding the '*' and '#' key, then press the right upper soft key near the LCD window. The display will indicate "EEPROM/RAM cleared!!" and will return the handset to the factory default condition - looking for a base to register to.
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
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