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You apparently have unheard messages on the voicemail system provided by your telephone company. This system records messages when someone calls while you're already on the phone. Please contact your telephone company for instructions on accessing their voicemail system.
Since you declined to specify the model of your Uniden DECT 6.0 phone, select it from the list beginning at
http://www.uniden.com/owners-manuals/dect-phones/scat/dectphones_mnl/ to get a copy of the manual.
The same as with any other phone. 3-way calling is a feature provided by your telephone company, and the procedure varies from company to company. Please contact your telephone company for instructions.
Up to 6 handsets can be registered with the DECT 1480 phones. I have the 5 phone unit and needed to add the 6th phone. All I got was "Searching" in the display and the battery wouldn't even charge!
So here's what you have to do to get additional phones (up to 6 units) to work with the base. If you can get past step 1, it's a snap...
Step 1: Place a charged battery in the handset. This could be a problem if all your handsets are not registered, since unregistered phones don't charge (who thought of that design?). What I did was SWAP the battery from an already registered and charged phone with the new unregistered phone.
Step 2: Here's where the magic happens. Press the 'END' and '#' keys simultaneously... hold them down until a System Reset menu appears. Select "Deregister HS" and press Menu.
Step 3: Now, do the same thing again (hold down END and #), but this time select Base Unavailable and press Menu. You will see Base Unavailable Yes/No... Select Yes. Then place the handset in the base, wait a few seconds, and Voila!. it's registered. You can even change handset numbers using this menu if you play around with it.
Thank you, helpful employee at Costco for supplying the magic code. And hey there, UNIDEN... including this in the operation manual would have saved many customers much grief with de-registered phones!
I used to have this exact model. More than likely, your battery has become "unrechargable". I used to buy replacement handset batteries from ebay every 6 or 7 months. After 3 years, I finally got rid of the phone and purchased a nice Panasonic (just cheaper these days!)
The replacement batteries usually sell for $3 or $4 on ebay. Here's a link of one that's one now: http://cgi.ebay.com/Battery-V-TECH-IP8300-DECT-6-0-89-1326-Cordless-Pho-/330486596555?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item4cf28943cb
YOUR batteries are bad and not giving full current to phone.Clean charging contact and see battery gets full charge. IFthe battery indicator will show full charge due to voltage but once if you remove battery and put it again indicator will be minimum. then replace batttery.