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How do I mount your SN6147 telephone on the wall

The corded handset will not stay on the telephone base

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On the base unit where the ear part of the handset sits, there should be a movable tab, you should be able to slide this up/forward to hold the phone more securely when wall mounted.

Posted on Nov 19, 2014

Testimonial: "A friend found the solution - on back of telephone there's a movable plate which changes the angle of the phone elevating the bottom of the telephone instead of the top and this angle the handset sits and holds better. But I still find that the hand held part when you hand up the phone does not always hold well and falls (risk of craking the hand set part of the telephone. You mention this movable tab which slides up but this does not hold the hand held device better when slid up ...the "forward" part of your message is intriguing ...if I slide this tab up to hold the hand held piece more securely, it comes right off...where is the "forward" motion in there?"

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in manual it states that you need to give permission on corded base for handset to link to cordless phone.

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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.

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It is a tab on the base that the receiver "hooks" onto. You should be able to push it up twoard the top of the phone.

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Want to be clear about the handset and telephone base set because base set is not responding to handset.


The base needs to be plugged into the wall for power and have a working phone line.

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2) THE Telephone line cord and power adapter are plugged in properly.
3)the handset may be too far from the telephone base. Move it close to the telephone base.
4) many extension phone on the telephone line to allow all of them to ring simultaneously.
5) if other telephones in your home are having the same problem , the problem will e in service provider
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I have a standard trouble-shooting routine for cordless phones. 1) Remove the battery from the handset (from all handsets for a multi-handset version). Then unplug the power cord from the base and wall outlet and also remove the telephone cord. Wait a few minutes and then reconnect the power and phone line cords. Reconnect the battery (ies) for the handsets. Make sure this connection is tight. Then make sure that the battery is fully charged (15 hours before first use) and register the handsets if needed. This is done by putting each handset onto the base in order for the D2997. Wait about 30 seconds for each one until you see the Handset Registered message. Make sure that you are within range of the base.

Next try a different telephone (RJ-11) phone cord between the base and the wall jack. Also check if the power adapter for the base is warm. For the next set of tests, I like to use an old corded telephone. Using a different phone, check if you get dial tone at the jack. If there is a dial tone, then the problem is with the Uniden phone. If the above trouble-shooting didn't help, then contact Uniden. These phones aren't meant to be user serviced.

If you do not have a normal dial tone, try another jack on the same telephone line. If there is dial tone at another jack, then you have a problem with the first jack. Otherwise find where your telephone service comes in. If you have a fairly new service, you'll find an RJ-11 jack. Plug your test phone into the jack and test for dial tone. If you have no dial tone or can't test your line, call your phone company. They will fix any outside problem for free. If it is an inside wiring problem, look at the visible wiring and determine if the wires are damaged. Open the jack (if only one is bad) and check for loose wires. There are two types of jacks. One secures the terminal wires with screws and the other uses a punch-down jack. For the screw type, strip additional insulation from the conductors, if needed, and then reconnect them. For the punch-down type, you will need the punch-down tool. It is available at many hardware stores in the wiring section. Use this diagram to check your jack wiring: http://www.lanshack.com/wire_phone_jack.aspx . If you can't see an obvious problem with the wiring, you may want a professional to deal with the wiring in the wall. Your telephone company will do this for a fee.
Uniden has the manuals for their DECT phones on their site: http://www.uniden.com/bin/venda?ex=co_disp-view&bsref=uniden&scat=dectphones_mnl . The manual for the D2997 is available here: http://www.uniden.com/content/ebiz/uniden/resources/ownersmanuals/D2997om.pdf .

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