Question about Cell Phones
John I know that you said you have gone through the deregister phase But in the 15 didgit code you use to re register check that zeros arent alphabetic or one's aren't I ie's I cant see how the code is presented but often the use of numerals in alphabetical keys is a down right nuisance
1. After charging the battery, the screen will display:
2. On the base unit, press MENU/SEL, then scroll to DISPLAY BASE ID,
3. Enter the 15 digit base unit ID code, If you make a mistake, press the
DELETE/MUTE key to backspace (delete characters), then enter the
4. Press MENU/SELECT to complete the registration process.
5. Once a valid base ID code has been entered, the display will blank for
a second or two, and then show:
6. If the base accepts the new handset, after several seconds the new
handset will show:
Where X is the new handset number assigned, sequentially, by the base
De-register all system handsets
1. With the phone in idle, press *883244# on the base.
2. Then press MENU/SEL, IN USE and CHARGE, the POWER LED will
illuminate briefly before returning to idle.
3. This will erase all handsets registered to the base. The handsets will
now prompt you to:
4. Re-register the handset(s) to base by following steps 2 through 6 in
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
First reset the base by removing the cord for the adaptor AND the phone line. wait 10 minutes and plug it back in.
place each handset into the base and watch the charging light. it should flicker, repeat each phone on the base. this does NOT work if you place them in the standalone chargers
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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