Question about Uniden Lands Phones
Okay, you need to deregister and then re-register the handsets. Follow these instructions:
Take the phone out of the cradle (charger). Press and hold simultaneously for more than 5 seconds the red telephone-symbol key and the # key.
You will hear a confirmation tone and DEREGISTRATION COMPLETE appears.
Now go to the OTHER phone (the MAIN phone). Take it out of its cradle and put the deregistered second handset in the MAIN cradle (for 10 seconds). The window displays a few messages and then it will say REGISTRATION COMPLETE.
This should fix the issue. If not, try a full eeprom reset. These are the steps:
Remove battery cover and unplug battery. While holding down the * and # keys, plug in battery, then let the keys go. Now press the top right 3rd soft key below the LCD display selecting reset eeprom. Place in base and re-register (about 10 seconds). If you get 'Registration Failed' then press the red END button and # together until it says 'Registered'.
If both of these fail, you need to have the phone serviced or swapped out for warranty so contact Uniden.
Hope all goes well, this usually straightens everything out. Let me know how it goes.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
Line problems of this kind usually are due to a defective phone cable.
If after replacing the cable you keep getting the problem, and this repeats several times, that means that ther could be an incorrect phone line voltage on the phone lines.
I think phone line voltage in Au is about 40V/50V from excchange, going to 70 when ringing, thanks to a ring capacitor discharging. At least this are the values in UK, things in AU are more or less the same.This voltage is brought down by a 470KOhms resistor. If the resistor is shorted, the voltage will keep damaging the cable.
Call the phone company and report the problem.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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