Question about AT&T E5634B Phone System w/ Caller ID

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I have just inherated the at&t e5634b phone system. I have replaced the batteries in the hand sets. As per the manual I have de-registered each hand set. The problem is that when I register the hand set using the ID number on the bottom of the base. The phone accepts it with no problem. the screen on the handset goes blank and about 5 minutes later the hand set request the base ID again. This happens no mater which hand set I use, and I have tried each hand set and number of times. I have the manual, and have reset the base charger. Please help...what is the problem????

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This problem can be caused by the following, A bad battery, (which you say you are all new). A full base memory and a Faulty main base unit
This main base unit can only expand to four handsets and no more. If the base unit has been reset then the assigned numbers for each handset would begin with " handset 1" if they show any other number when reset then it would not have been reset..To re-set main base you will have to
De-Register All Handsets
Unplug the power supply from the base unit then Remove all handsets from the charge cradles and base then Press and hold the PAGE button on the base.
Plug in the power supply again while pressing the PAGE button, Continue pressing PAGE until the IN USE and CHARGING indicators are lit. (this could take up to 10 seconds)
Release the PAGE button All Handsets will display "enter base id".
If this does not solve your problem then you will have to replace the main base

Posted on Apr 22, 2017

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SOURCE: I can not get the handset to charge. Tried a new battery and all solutios in manual

This happens pretty regularly at my house. The solution is pretty simple. I take the batter out and put it back in and put it back into the cradle.

I have four kids at home and the phones are banged around quite a bit. I think the battery just loses a solid connection to the terminal points.

Now, can someone help me find a way to get my teenagers to implement this fix when they hear the battery beeping because of low battery?

Cheers,

Mike

Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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SOURCE: How to de-register handset from

First deregister all handsets:

Step 1: At the base, press MENU, scroll to BASE SETTINGS, then press OK.

Step 2: Using the base dialpad, enter * * 3 3 5 7 8 2

Step 3: Re-register each system handset:

At the base, press MENU, scroll to DISPLAY BASE-ID, then press OK. The 15-digit base ID number will be displayed.

Step 4: Using the handset dialpad, enter the base ID number. Repeat the registration procedure for each system handset. Each handset is assigned a number in the order of registration

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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SOURCE: I need to de-register an

When the handset is searching for the base, click the new button, then enter the 15 digit base ID number into the handset.

Posted on Jun 04, 2011

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