Question about AT&T EP590-2 Cordless Expansion Handset
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: More than one base unit
Yes it is possible. The units operate at different channels and digitally coded. The expansion units has to be programmed to what base unit it will be used. The base units have unique 15 digit code that you will have to program on the expansion unit that you want to use it to. Up to 8 expansion units can be associated with 1 base unit
Posted on May 24, 2007
SOURCE: OUT OF SERVICE MESSAGE
Apparently that one from Ebay looks nice but has issues (not uncommon). If you took it out of the box, charged it fully and its has garbled audio, then the handset or the base is defective, or both, but at least at this point you can get a handset to "communicate" with the base and the "in/use light turns on, when you try to access a line,correct? . If you get the "out of service" message when trying to "move" the "ebay" handset to the other base, it sounds as if the base station and handsets are "coded" and were married together at the factory and one handset won't interchange with anothers base. However, try this before you go the repair service route, or roll the dice with another fine product off EBay :). Unplug and power down both bases, the one from Ebay and your old one. Take the Ebay handset and set it in the charging cradle of your old base. Power up and wait three minutes. Plug dial tone in and give it a try. If it still says "no service" , and won't light the "in/use" light when you try to use it then it won't work with your base, or/and your old handset you lost is somewhere near and is still communicating with its base. Now if you lost your handset weeks ago, then the odds that it is still alive are pretty slim. But I have heard handsets in the warehouse beep for days til their battery dies. You can google cordess telephone repair for service. Good Luck. CG
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
Unfortunately that is the untold story about cordless phones they only have the capability of 1 open line be it the handset or or the base. There are some very pricey multi line systems, I have the same system bought two extra handsets and found out too late that I can only use them one at a time! Sorry probably not the answer you were looking for but thats the reality...
Posted on May 22, 2009
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Yes....in fact it's best to return the handset back to the cradle after use.
This is what Uniden says about battery life.
(With average use, your handset battery provides more than ten hours of talk time and approximately seven days
of standby time. You can achieve optimum battery life and performance by returning the handset to the base or
charging cradle after each use. When your handset is left off of the cradle, the battery will gradually discharge even
if the handset is not being used. The actual talk time duration will be reduced in proportion to the amount of time the
handset is off of the cradle.)
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