Question about Lands Phones
Posted by Anonymous on
Since you declined to specify the model of your Uniden DECT 6.0 phone, please select it from the list beginning at http://www.uniden.com/bin/venda?ex=co_disp-view&bsref=uniden&scat=dectphones_mnl to download a copy of the manual.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: uniden cordless phone
I live in China and just received a Uniden 6.0 DECT phone from my family in the States, and can tell you NO they don't work without a voltage converter. Why in the world Uniden wouldn't make their new products universal (110V-240V) is beyond me; amazingly there is a whole world outside of the US and most of it runs on 220V-240V.
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
I had a similar problem which I finally fixed. You did not say if any of your phones registered.
First try the following recommended by Uniden Support:
Your phone(s) should be fully charged before putting them on the main base.
Unplug the battery from the phone by removing the battery cover and removing the connector. Then, push the # and * key together and hold while you plug the battery back in (requires some dexterity). Continue to hold the two keys until you hear a confirmation tone. This will force the phone to reregister. Put the phone on the main base (if you are sure it has a fully charged battery) and see if it will reregister it to solve the problem.
That did not work for me. So, I followed the instructions to de-register the handset (even though it hadn't really registered). But, I also pretended like the Base was not available (because using the base in this step also failed).
1) Press and hold the hang up and # keys for at least 5 seconds.
2) Move the cursor to select Base Unavailable and then press Select.
3) Select the base you want to deregister from, press Select and then move the cursor to Yes and select.
This causes the phone to delete any of its base information.
At this point, again insure that your phone shows the battery is fully charged and if it is not, put it on the stand alone charger base (not the main base). With the battery fully charged, place it on the base and try registering again by placing it in the main base.
If neither of these approaches help, contact support at Uniden.com.
However, my problems were cleared when I cleared the handset with the second set of instructions.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
Caller ID standards are different in India,so caller id won't display ; need to buy a converter which converts from DTMF to BellFSK standard
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
SOURCE: my cordless phone says
With the phone in standby, press MENU/SELECT on the base.
Move the cursor to select the Register Handset menu, and then press MENU/SELECT. Handset Registering will appear.
On the handset, press and hold # until the handset beeps and displays Handset Registering.
When the handset has registered to the base, the LCD will display Registration Complete then show the handset ID number.
If the display shows Registration failed, repeat the process again.
Note: If a handset has ever been registered to a base, reset the handset before you register it to a new base
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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