Question about Uniden DECT 6.0 3-Handset Cordless System with Answering Device and Caller ID/Call Waiting - DECT2080-3
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Either they are not powered up, or the mother has lost power. Make sure the mother and children bases have power and leave the handsets in the bases long enough to charge.
Posted on May 16, 2009
SOURCE: I have a TWX955 cordless
Take the cradle for the waterproof phone and plug it into the outlet close to the answering machine base. Hold the waterproof phone in one hand, with the other press the "menu" button, press up to the "register phone", then press "menu" again. The answering machine base should say "registering phone". Once it does press the "#" key on the waterproof phone and it should say registering phone. When they beep the waterproof phone should be working. The reset instructions in the owners manual may work if you move the WP phone and cradle close to the base. I stumbled onto this method after reading about a newer model. As i took the WP phone downstairs the # key would activate the registering feature but would when I walked back upstairs. So i figured Id take both downstairs and BAMMM, it worked. Good Luck all! BTW mine came with a battery, and uniden probably hasnt figured this out either.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
SOURCE: uniden powermax 24 out of range
Check the line comming into the main handset base. Make sure it is not cracked or your cat hasn't chewed through it.LOL This sounds like the most likley solution. Try hooking the main phone line to an ordinary old fashioned touch tone phone with a wired handset and if that is working then the problem lies in the main base of your new phone. It could be as simple as reprogramming the base.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
This could be due to the fact that one of your phones is off the hook or unplugged. Check and make sure that all devices are operational and charged.. Don't forget to check the phone line itseft.
Posted on Jan 21, 2014
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