Question about Uniden Cordless Phone
I have had two Uniden systems with multiple handsets go bad--they will not hold a charge more than a few minutes. One system lasted two years, one system lasted 6 months. Anything cost-effective to do except buy a different brand? (I have a two-handset Panasonic that has held up fine for ten years.)
Have you tried replacing the batterys with new rechargables? if not open up the back and replace old batterys with new ones, just see if it works with a normal non rechargable batterys if it does buy some new rechargable, other than that your base i.e. charger may be faulty most likely it is the batterys.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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