Question about Uniden Cordless Phone
Ok try one of the batteries from one of the "Other" phones, and see if the fault "Follows" the battery or not. If it does, then i suspect you may have a dud battery, this indeed happens from time to time over the years i have had many many New bad batteries. So it is well worth checking.
If the fault however doesn't follow the battery then you must have a problem with that phones charging system/base
You also said it doesn't charge in it's base, will it charge in another base? See the thing to do is try to isolate what is the actual faulty bit, having multiple items all the same is a definite plus, as you can swap out, with "Known good" bits.
Also make sure that any new batteries are charged up fully before using it in any way, usually it should be left for 12 hours, say overnite, to bring them up to spec.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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