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We have two handsets, and neither will hold a charge, despite being in the cradle, with the charging icon lit up the whole time. At first one would charges, and the other not, now neither will hold more than one bar. Is it the connectrions or did both sets come with crappy batteries?

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Hard to say. How old are they? Are you bad for leaving the phones off the chargers for long periods? Letting the batteries run all the way down before charging again? These days its cheaper to buy new phones than it is to buy replacement batteries. But yeah, sounds like the batteries are shot.

Good luck!

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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Sounds like the handsets work fine aside from inability to hold a charge.

Which to remedy that it sounds like the factory shipped the product with el cheapo batteries that needs replaced.

I'll not degrade brand names here but it's became a quiet common issue lately.

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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