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Try another handset usually portable phones can have 2 3 or 4 handsets in the kit one is unusual if the second handset works then the phone is faulty usually the internal antenna cord has become dislodged which stops it being able to send or receive via the base
Solution 1 remove the battery cover & battery the remove the screws that retain the back cover of the phone & look around around for loose or dislodged connections.
Solution 2 get a 2nd hand phone off ebay (same make and model)
sychronise it with the base & if that works toss the faulty one
Solution 3 theses are relatively cheap Good Guys in Sydney
had Philips & Unident 3 phones & bases for under $50 recently
Solution 4 Get someone like me to repair the phone but it is likely to cost more than a new one to repair it, Pick a solution 1, 2, 3, or 4
Buttons on the remote control should work individually. If it is universal remote control [not the original one with the projector], you should have to set it up with its set-up codes. For more details, you have to download the manual to the remote control you have, if it is a universal one. If you wish to get more; check the site linked here. It has set-up code list & set-up procedure to many popular brand remote controls. See it in "Mosaic" view. It will make surf easier. http://electrohelponline.blogspot.com/
Your new battery, where did you get if from? If at your cell phone service provider's place of business - return it and have them make an adjustment. Please don't get insulted here ... If you bought it at "Cheap Jack's Discount Battery and and recycling Center", you probably got taken.
I'm sorry your phone doesn't work. I am pretty certain that a good new battery will solve your problem. While at your Service Provider, have them take a look at the phone to make sure there is nothing else wrong with it.
the fuse pannel on the left side of the dash pull cover off and look at the diagram on the panel cover look for cluster its a 10 amp fuse. make sure your car is turned off pull out that fuse and replace it with a new one the old fuse will look like there is nothing wrong with it but it is faulty. then turn your car on and it should work just as it did before you pulled out your battery hope this solved your issue
I know you may not have experience in taking apart the handset or small electronic repair but, it is actually very easy to do. I just bought the same phone set from goodwill for $6.99. The set looks great and actually almost in new condition.
However, I had the same problem with just one handset so, I figured it out so, my set would work properly and now after I fixed it, I have no problems and every handset works great.
Follow these instructions step by step and I assure you it will work again like new.
Step 1.) Take the battery cover off on the back of the handset and pull the cord out carefully from the battery wire to where it connects to.
Step 2.) Unscre the two screws that you see inside. Then, carefully seperate the front cover from the inside of the phone to gain access to the inside of the phone so, you will have access to the 3 small screws that will seperate the circuit board to gain access to the keyboard.
Step 3.) After removing the circuit board and taking out the keyboard and rubber keyboard pad. Carefully wipe all of the buttoms very rigously with an alcohol wipe pad and you will start to notice some plastice film start to come off. This is what you want to remove beacuse, somehow it causes those keys to stick.
Step 5.) After wipeing them clean and reinserting the pad to the cover, the screws in the holes, aliging everything back together and snapping the cover back on, screwing the 2 screws back in and replacing the battery and cover. Test it and you will se that it works just like it did when the phone was brand new.
Hope it worked for you like it did for me and good luck. :)