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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Uniden Tru8885-2
The older Tru8885 phones will not work with the new base unit. My recommendation would be to ebay those and then buy new ones or find replacements for your new base on ebay also.
Posted on Jul 19, 2006
SOURCE: 43-139 5.8 Ghz Corless phone
you may need to RESET the handset before getting them registered to the base station. this will ask for a reset code, just consult the user manual to get it.
if you have other issues just let me know
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
Unplug the unit again and press the intercom/find handset button while you re-connect the adaptor. Then dock the phone unit once again and it will re-register.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
The brillian people at Uniden don't feel it necessary to provide this type information in their manuals. You have to trial and error to find it, but what can you do. All you have to do to reset the base unit itself is to unplug the power, then while holding down the delete key, plug it back in. Hold the delete button down until you hear a beep, which indicates it has reset. Now you can readd handsets and they will start at 1.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
SOURCE: Phones won't Register!!
It is possible that you have maxed all of the headsets that can connect to the base. Yes, the base can support 10 headsets, but there is a small chance that in some way you registered more to the base or you purchased a base that had phone registered to it that are not in your possession. Either way, if the base is maxed out, you will not be able to register any additional headsets to it. The only option is to do a factory reset of the base unit if this happens to be the case. This is done as follows according to Uniden Tech Support:
1. Disconnect the power from the base
2. hold down the following three (3) keys: [dnd] + [middle soft key] + [*]
3. While holding down the keys, plug in the base (hold the keys down until you hear a long beep). This is supposedly all it takes to reset the phone.
The way to determine the number of hand sets tied to the phone is to press the intercom key on the base and scroll through the list of phones. if you see more than the number you anticipate still being tied to the base, you will have to utilize the above procedure.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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