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How do I get a base part for the system?

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I gave 240 volt to my 120 volt uniden cordless phone. Smoke came out and obviously it is not working now. How bad I messed up? Any repair work can fix this? What needs to b replaced


Most phone systems use the same AC adapter (wall block) for the base as they use for the remote charging bases. You may have just fried the base AC adapter. See if that is the case with your system and try the working AC adapter with the base to see if it will work or not. Good Luck.

Jan 31, 2015 | Uniden Cordless Phone

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I have a panasonic kx tga652 phone it says base no power on several of my hand sets


That sounds like a handset model, from any of a range of DECT Plus systems?

Panasonic phone support is horrible, but they're pretty good about keeping manuals available on their Panasonic.com (may need to select USA) support site. Search the model number not of the handset, but the system found on the bottom of the main base unit.

There are enough versions and configurations that it's hard to guess specifics, but those series generally have the ability to power the base from a handset during power failures. There could be a need to reset something, or bad batteries or connectors in the handset in the base. Try swapping which handset is left in the base, and inspect the batteries in all handsets (sometimes removing them shows corrosion, or cleans a bad contact just from handling). Most of those use regular AAA NiMH batteries, and so they're pretty easy and cheap to replace if needed.

Jan 23, 2015 | Panasonic Lands Phones

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I have a four phone system. Two of the phones don't work. What should I do?


Move them around to the other base stations and see if they work in their new location. If they work then, the original base stations are broke and need replacement. If they still don't work, then you know the phones are faulty. Open them up and replace with new comparable rechargeable batteries and let them charge on their base stations for at least 16 hours. Now give that a shot. Still nothing? Then you know the two phones have truly given up the ghost and will need replacing.

Oct 11, 2010 | Uniden Cordless Phone

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The antena on my 2005 chev silverado broke off at the base. Is the stud removable or do I have to replace the whole base?


You will have to replace the whole base along with the antena wire that goes into the cab. ON the base you will need to remove the retaining nut. The base will fall into the fender well. You will need to find the antena wire with in the cab, disconnect and reove it with the base. When installing the new antena you will need to put the antena through the fender well and tighten the retaingin nut. Feed the wire back through the are where the old was and reconnect. Good Luck. Please rate.

Mar 08, 2010 | OEM Systems Car Audio & Video

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Replacement base for bertini b5 travel system?


We are looking into purchasing this travel system and too noticed there were no extra bases to be purchased at the store. I've searched online and 2 people have said you need to call Cosco (since that's who actually makes the seat) for additional bases and they're $35 each. The number is 800-544-1108 and have the make and model information handy. One other person said it's identical to the Eddie Bauer seats so you can buy those bases - I personally would try calling Cosco first and wait on mixing bases/seats as a last resort. All it takes is one slight mis-fitting and to me it's not worth it. Good luck!

Nov 11, 2009 | Baby Gear

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Caller ID has aparently stopped working


Based on a user's review of this phone system on Amazon, I unplugged the base station, waited a few seconds and then plugged it back in. Caller ID display and announcement both work fine.

Mar 23, 2009 | Panasonic KX-TG5777 Cordless Phone

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Need advice on installing a Polycom 'Polyscan' video teleconferencing system


Hi,

Some ideas based on your post/description:

It is very possible that the management/support software necessary to run your videoconferencing system resides or is installed in the PC based router that got burned. When you replaced the router with a NetGear, you simply provided an interconnection/distribution/forwarding/sharing of your Internet access to the different PCs of your firm but nothing to replace the server/management software for the Polyscan System. You have replaced only half of the PC based router - the router only, hence you have Internet acces but no video conferencing which is software managed which was installed in the PC half. Additionally, Polycom uses online Product Activation which might be necessary for your system to start working again.

Depending on the model of the Polyscan System that you have, it is also possible that you simply have to reconfigure the network settings of your Polyscan' System to match the new IP address of the Netgear (which might be very different from what the burned PC based router was using before). I understand that Polycom have several models (or series as they term it - PVX, TPX, RPX, VSX, HDX, and others). Would you pls post back with the series/model number that you are using?

Have you tried discussing your concern with Polycom Support? They might be in a better position to address this.

Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back with the Polycom system model that you are using.

Good luck and kind regards.

Nov 28, 2007 | Polycom (2200-30169-001) Router

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