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Check that it is registered with the base station and check the range coverage. If you are not out of area of coverage and handset is properly registered to base station then your handset may be faulty.
It's time for a replacement battery. Cordless telephone batteries can be purchased at most places that sell cordless telephones, or battery stores such as batteries plus.
A test for this is that you can swap the batteries with handset 1 and see if the problem follows the batteries. Does it appear to be charging when on the cradle? Attempt to charge Handset 2 on the charging cradle you have for Handset 1.
There might be two problem....1st of programming and 2nd one of internal hardware problem of your handset which is not working.
For the 1st option- Read manual carefully, there is security setting. Follow the steps with second one handset which is not responding.( I can assum that it is power on but not responding to signals..May i right?) After completing security process it will give long beep and will bond with other one and that is necessary for frequiency adjustment. This generally occures after removal of batteries.
For the 2nd option- There is crystal inside your handset which is resposible for generat stable and similar frequency as other handset. When that crystal lost its capacity it results in mismatching of frequency and occures in non connection results in no response from handset. This can be repaired by technician after getting part no of that crytal from your device and replace it with another one. But for this you have to visit technician with all of handsets and attachment as it is necessary to check it working properly after repair, even technician may also need it for setting frequency level.
Is it clears all doubt about this problem then say FIXYA......
Similar issue - brand new phone - but incoming calls (skype or
landline) would ring - and then nothing, and outgoing calls the handset
would just reset.
The handset would just lose signal constantly (less than 2 meters from the base station).
The phone shipped with the latest software - but eventually I
reinstalled it - no change, then de-registered the handset, powered everything down and re-registered the
handset and that *seems* to have done it .....
1 - reflash / re-install latest software from philips website (even if the phone already has the same version)
2 - de-register handset (follow instructions)
3 - unplug base station and remove batteries from handset
4 - turn on base station, put batteries in handset
5 - re register handset (follow instructions in manual)