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My phone is always on it's base until I lift it to use it. Since a few days ago, when I pick it up, press "talk", I see the message "no link to base. Move closer to base." Why is that happening?

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Maybe the battery isn't holding charge. One of my home handsets can only be off the base for 30 minutes before it totally dies. I've heard that staying on the charger too long kills the battery.

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