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I have 3 Handsets and all have 3 lost the display. cannot see anything.
Just replaced batteries have been charging for 2 days. Still nothing
Handsets work fine.backlight even works in the display area.
It's hard to imagine the displays go bad. If so this phone system is a pc of you know what. Any ideas or help would be greatly appreciated.
I can be reached @ rhewitt45356@yahoo.com

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  • thewic Jan 15, 2008

    I have the same problem and have found out the displays DO go bad

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2008

    I have the same problem: no display. I replaced battery, charged it fully, unplugged -waited-plugged backin = ng. Phone works ok & backlight of numbers is ok, too. It just happened out of the blue. fernhaven@aol.com

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Dear....Fixya Team,

I'm Soontaree. Thank you for your reply email. I would like to let you know i'm already solved this problem. I just have a look from the Uniden Manual so i just follow them detail like as below,

Thank you for your help i will contact to you later if i have anything problem.

Have a great day.
Soontaree



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