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Uniden power max 2.4 ghz

When I try to enter new phone numbers in, the message "memory full" comes up even though there is only 14 names & numbers entered. I press "phonebook" and the message comes up "phonebook - 14 and then second line is search, etc, and 3rd line is store" - I hit select and the message is "memory full" I thought I had room for 100 name/numbers. What gives? I went in and checked the names listed and there is indeed 14 names and numbers. How do I check and/or erase memory to find the other 86 names? Looking forward to your reply and thanking you in advance for your help.

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  • Anonymous Dec 27, 2008

    I am having the same problem, only that I haven't stored any numbers in the address book yet.

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I had the same problem but figured it out. For some dumb reason, Caller ID numbers count against your total phonebook memory. So if you just delete all your Caller ID numbers (press the "Caller ID" button and then the "delete" button) then you'll be able to store new numbers in your phonebook.

If I could get my hands on the Uniden engineer that is responsible for this, I'd smack him! :)

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