Question about GE 28112EE2 Cordless Phone
I bought my parents, in their 80's the new GE 6.0 Dual Cordless Phones, with speakers. They love them and are having a ball. They are about 250 miles from me and I am trying to help them understand the phones. They have the manuels and I'm doing a lot of guessing, now.
1. Can the phones be damaged by over charging? They want to know how to keep one phone charged at all times while using the other one. They have charged both phones for at least 16 hours. At this time I have recommended that they NOT put the phones on the chargers unless they are run down and need charged. Could they put one on the charger even if its not ready to charge till they get started with these.
No, the battery packs can not be ruined by leaving them in the charger. It is wise to keep both handsets charged up all the time. It won't hurt to leave them off the charger for extended periods..even several days. Of course, the amount of power left in any battery depends on at least two things: the amount of time since the last charge (yes, they do lose power just sitting) and the amount of use since the last charge. In this case, we are dealing with nickle metal hydride batteries and they do not develop a memory like nickle cadmium batteries do. Charge 'em up and just place them back there periodically or always. Not to worry.
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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