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You can add a handset by purchasing an additional one that matches your system. The additional handsets come with a cradle, a power cord and the phone itself. All you have to do is charge it for 24 hours and then plug it in and it will automatically work with your main line.
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
The only logical way is to get the additional handsets to communicate with the base. And to do that you must set them to the frequency of the base. You Use guide will tell you how to set the frequency n the handsets to talk to the base. They way you set the original ones.
BUT, I doubt if this will work. Why? Because if that was the case if you and I had the same company phones, then I would stand outside your home and set the same frequency on my handset and misuse your phone. A great security risk in today's world. But there is no harm trying it out. Just set the same frequency on the additional ones as the base. If it works, then you will have that many more intercoms too. And do let me know if it works.
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).
I found the model no, on the Uniden website DSS 7805WP and down loaded the manual.. there were no instructions .. but i showed where the phone book icon was .. and once inside the phone book the process was the same as the handset that came with the answering machine.
most multi-phone systems require you to dock the phone in the main cradle to sync it up with the system. not sure if you tried this already but it's pretty simple to do. just insert handswt 1 into the main base (answering machine) then remove it and plug the second hand set into the main base. you also have to keep in mind thatr when you answer the cakk with say handset one the only way you can use the second handset is by transferring the call. if your phones handsets are equipt with a transfer button then that may the problem