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Hi, I have a dect 2035 and began having the same problem. I don't know how the feedback came about but it was suddenly there today when I tried using the phone. After mucking around with one of the handsets I hit the speakerphone button and turned the volume all the way down, it only goes down to a preset minimum, I then turned speakerphone off again and turned the volume for regular handset mode all the way down too. The phone works beautifully again!
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
Hi I also have a new Uniden dect 2035 cordless phone & answer machine with the same echo problem. I also suggest it is speaker phone related but for the unweary that is difficult to pick as the volume button has a dual function. With the phone in call mode (dial tone) press the volume button once so see the earpiece volume level - us the up or down button to set that correctly. Push the volume button again & a squareish icon on the display show you are in speaker mode. The same +/- appears so turn that one to low. Repeat that on any related handsets. It has worked for me.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
Thanks so much, I think the echo problem is universal in this model, but I tried your fix (the speakerphone & normal phone have different volume settings), my speakerphone was on full volume so I've turned that right down and the echo seems much much less. Thanks!
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
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