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Hi yes you can add additional phones to it as long as their the same frequency so that they pick up the signal from the main phone that plugs into the phone line. Im sure you can have upto 4 handsets but just make sure theis same make and frequency
I think you all totally missed the question. The phone set comes with the base and 2 extensions. He is wanting to BUY a 3rd extension for this unit, if I am reading this correctly. I have the same phone set and I have not found anywhere that sells additional handsets. Sorry.
If the handsets are not currently registered to any base, the SYSTEM RESET menu won't appear.
If the TCX905 handsets in question are actually expansion handsets from another Uniden Phone System, they are not true TCX905 handsets. To verify, remove the battery cover and battery, then look at the inside label. If it lists the model of a TRU9xxx phone system, your handsets are NOT TCX905.
Uniden unfortunately has programmed the expansion handsets from SINGLE LINE TRU9xxx phone systems to NOT REGISTER against the TRU9466. (Those same handsets register fine against predecessor model TRU8866 though).
You have to register the phone to the base. Read the instructions for adding additional handsets. Regardless if it came with two handsets, one of them may not have been registerd. Sometimes it's as easy as setting the handset in the base, not the extra charge cup, for about 10 seconds. Other times you may need to use the menu on the phone and hold down a button on the base. Good luck
With a little searching I was not able to confirm this phone could handle more than one cordless handset. Are you replacing a defective handset or trying to add a second. If adding, do you know if it can handle the second unit (is it advertised on the box, in the user guide, etc?)
If replacing, you most likely have to de-register the old handset on the base unit before you can register a new one.
If you are adding, try de-registering the working handset anyway and registering the new one. If the new one registers and you cannot re-register the once working phone you will know either the system cannot handle two phones or (if the new one will not register but you can again re-register the original) that the new handset has a problem and should be returned.