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My 29115 cordless phones- all 3 make loud squealing noise when turned on- unable to use them they are all amplified and used away from the base unit. I've used them for months now successfully. The answering system on base unit still works fine. Other phones in my home on same line are working fine. If I need new batteries in the cordless phones why would all 3 have the same problem at the same time?

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Hi.

Try using the procedure below to reset the phone:

  • Disconnect all power adapter cables from wall sockets.
  • Remove all handsets from cradles.
  • Remove all battery from cradles.
  • Fit back the batteries in their handsets.
  • Place back handsets in their cradles.
  • Connect power cables.
The procedure above will reset the system and will re-sync handset (or handsets) to cradle. I wrote at plural because the phone system may have more than one cradle/handset.
If that does not work, then the phone is defective.In that case you will need to replace/repair the faulty handset or the whole system.

If there is no communication with base, then either in cradle or handset can be defective. In that case contact Uniden.
See:

Contact - Uniden ' A World Without Wires

customer service phone numbers and support

UNIDEN.COM.AU

First try the reset procedure described above.

Regards.

Ginko

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