We have 2 hand sets and they both have new batteries.
However, they wear out and even cut-off calls when
you would think they would last on the longer conversations
but that's not the case.
Have had this unit about 2 years now and didn't notice this problem
I even when and bought and returned the latested new version
of this same phone but the sounds quality is way down
on the newer one and you can even find reviews of the same
online. I do require the enhanced hearing that the KX-TG6500
has but the new version that has been removed.
I would buy another Panasonic model as I need the enhanced hearing
feature and most of their previous models have it, but finding
a 2 line phone with long battery life and enhanced hearing
is hard to find other than the KX-TG6500.
Any ideas... as buying new batteries didn't help at all
from the orginal batteries.
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If your laptop is a little old even only a year or 2 old, then the battery is just wearing out and you will have to get a new one. Unfortunately laptop batteries only last a few years before they really lose their charge even with good care. To try and make it last longer use the battery managment if you havent already.
Hello: Make sure key is off and out of ignition. Remove back seat lower cushion. Disconnect negative (black) cable first. Disconnect positive (red) cable next. Remove vent hoses. Remove 13mm bolt back lower side of battery, remove hold down plate. Remove battery. It is a big HEAVY battery so be careful not to drop it. Best to wear gloves so you don't cut/scrape your hands. Re-install new battery in reverse of removal, ie cables Positive (red) first then negative (black).
First a little more clarification would be helpful in, Why do you think the cable needs replaced? If the cable is corroded at terminal connection a new connection fitting is much more simpler than cable replacement. Nonetheless, remove the negative battery cable first, then the positive. (1)Clean the corroded area's with baking soda and water mixture (you should wear eye and hand protection- battery acid will eat through clothing in a matter of minutes).Scrub gently with nylon brush -using a wire brush can cause sparks and may cause a fire from hydrogen gas escaping form battery. Flush with clean water and your ready to start the next process. (2)Assuming you will adding a new terminal connection fitting - cut off bad fitting with wire cutters or hack saw, skin back wire about ONE inch and install new cable fitting.(3) install / reconnect battery. (4) Your cars computer will be cleared of all learned shifting patterns and other feedback information. It will revert back to factory preprogrammed settings. Average cost of replacement cable clamp $3.50. New cable cost to starter +$30.00
Call forwarding isn't a "feature" on a telephone. You have call transfer to another handset, probably described in your manual, or Central Office call forwarding, the standard CF that works without the TG6500. You set that by following the CF instructions provided by your dial tone provider, usually a sequence that starts with 72#.
verizon will tell you its okay, because in a way it is. when you first get your cell if you use it before you charge it, it will drastically effect its overall battery life. the solution would be to buy a new battery and to not use your phone until the new battery is fully charged.
i had the same problem with my KX-TGA650 and called repair out and they said it wasn't seating on the home base to charge, we'll see. i'm looking for a manual for this phone lost mine and cost prohibitive to order from panasonic. and download pdf is just too large.
go to website and it tells you that only a same model is able to be used with the base unit. hope this helps.
I ordered a new kx-tg560m handset for my kx-tg5632 base unit, but the enclosed instructions for registering it with the base unit were wrong. Fortunately, I found the old quick setup guide in my files.
If you do not have the same base unit and handset, go to the URL: http://www.panaxonic.com/RegisterYourHandset.
1. On the handset, press [MENU], then press . The handset displays "Refer to manual to prepare base. Then press OK->" 2. On the base unit, press [SELECT] until the desired extension number [H1, H2, H3, or H4] is displayed on the base unit, then press and hold [CALL] until the CHARGE indicator flashes. 3. On the handset, press the [OK] softkey.
When the handset is off and sitting in the charger, the handset's extension is displayed in the upper right corner.