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Uniden gc45 camera antenna extension?

I believe there are longer replacement antenna (like those used in routers and other ip cameras) but has any one successfully used one (extended range significantly) for this specific device? Im concern about the fitment since the thread appears to be smaller in circumference and finer than those being sold in amazon/ebay. My husband wanted the camera on the garage but the base unit should be in our 3rd floor apartment. Kindly advice other solution available. Thank you!

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handset dies or cuts off frequently during calls or when talk is pressed to answer even when fully charged and right in front of the base unit. Beyond frustrating.
If I hadn't lost the reciept, I'd return this useless phone in an instant.

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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SOURCE: Uniden handset TCX905 with base unit TRU8866-if compatible?

I just successfully registered 4 TCX905s with my TRU8865 base - it's documented in the TCX905 manual.

Be sure the handset you want to register is fully charged.

Remove the handset you want to register from its charger.

Now unplug the AC for the main base, hold down the 'find handset' key on the base and plug the AC in again, when it beeps, you can let go of that button.

Hold down the '#' on the handset you want to register, it will show 'Registering Handset...' and when it beeps, it's done - registered, you're good to go :)

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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SOURCE: no electrical outlet available for the base station (wall mounted)

AFAIK there is no answering machine that will work without being connected to an electrical outlet, neither will the caller ID. The corded handset on the base unit will work, but that is it. The base uses the AC power to transmit and receive to/from the cordless so you won't be able to use the cordless handset with out the base being connected to AC.

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Reset base unit of Uniden TRU9485

Uniden TRU9485 (This didn’t work for me but this was the first instruction from Uniden Tech Support)

TO RESET THE BASE UNIT:
Unplug the base unit AC adapter.
Hold down for 15 seconds the DND, * and “menu” soft key (the middle silver soft key under the LCD) while plugging the base unit AC adapter back in.
All the settings should be reset.

Uniden TRU9485 (Worked for me)
ALTERNATE WAY TO RESET THE BASE UNIT:

Unplug the base unit AC adapter.
Hold down for 15 seconds the DELETE KEY (zero with a line through it) while plugging base unit AC adapter back in.
All the settings should be reset.

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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I have a pretty good knowledge of these cameras as I have 5 around my house.....

IP address resets are likely caused by the default address being loaded (192.168.0.99) and the box is not checked to reset the IP on reboot. You have two options.....

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