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It seems the problem with display as well as to the charging unit. Display problem can be repaired only br replacing the display. And for your set, its not worth to get the display replaced. You can get the handset to your near service man to check whether the power charging unit works well.
Ok, this is common for most cordless sets, all the cordless set needs to do is to be re-booted. Like a computer.
-> I want you to gather all the cordless phones that do not work, and remove the batteries.
-> Go to the base station, where the telephone cable plugs into, and I want you to unplug the power there too.
-> Now re-install the batteries for the cordless phones.
-> and now plug in your telephone base station.
This resets the phones and you should be able to get your call display back, unless your phone(s) are cooked -or- the display died.
2 of my 3 have done the same thing. It seemed to have happened after our power went out, although they werer all plugged into surge protectors. Now over time since thne they barely have any display at ALL. Cheap junk, say I.
my vtech 5.8 GHz disconnects while I am talking~replaced batteries and charges the phones for 24 hours. I cold talk 10 minutes during this time 4x I could hear the other person~they could not hear me and then disconnect.
Characters and numbers are choppy too
has the secondary handset ever worked. Reason I ask is that it happened to me with a new addtl handset and the problem was that I did not remove the small piece of paper between the handset and the battery which caused only distorted figures to display on the LCD of the handset.
I have had a couple of these systems over the years. When I've been searching on the internet to buy the second one, I found what you are experiencing is a pretty common problem. I bought the second unit for a second home and it was advertised as having some of the pixels missing on the display. when I received it, all of the pixels were present!! However, over time, they are slowly disappearing. I think this must have been a component or design flaw in this particular model. Today, I found the original system that has been off and stored for a couple of years. When I put it away, the display seemed to be perfect, but today I noted 4-5 pixels on the right side are now gone. I dont know a solution other than instead of investing money in fixing it, to purchase a brand new system. The prices are pretty good now, especially if go to Costco or Sams, or just searching the net for a good price on the model you want to buy.