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The two remote phones do not work

Is there something I need to do to sync the two remote phones to the one that is plugged into the phone jack? Right now, neither of the remote phones are working. The red light is on showing that they have power but I have no dialtone.
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Nancy

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    Phone line works with a corded phone, but neither of the cordless phones (GE 5.8 GHz) will work. Have registered both with the main base, and both are fully charged, but every time you try to use it, "talk" appears on the screen, but no dial tone, and then a few seconds later it beeps and "unavailable" appears on the screen. When someone calls, it rings once, but that's it, and the phone is again "unavailable" if you try to answer it.

    Any help you could offer would be greatly appreciated.


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GE 5.8 GHZ- model # 2584GE3-A, older silve and black. Both base and remote have no dial tone and beep unavailable even though they have been charged all day and corded phone works

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Hey Nancy - To make the other two phones work you must register them with the base station. I'm guessing this system is new. Make sure you have charged them for as long as the instructions say. Usually 12 - 24 hours. Do you have your manual? It tells how to register the phones with the base. If you need one just give me the model# of your phone and I'll be happy to get one for you. If this solves your problem PLEASE rate this as fixed. If not, DON'T RATE YET and let me know what happened. If you need more help just add a comment and I'll be happy to assist you further. Thanks.

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