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I have two pairs of panasonice codless phones and a couple of them no longer seem to be paired with the base. How to do I solve this?

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Deregister your handset by dialing *331734# then selecting the Menu/Select button. Phone should ask you to place in base to register. Wait a few moments and you should be able to user your handset.

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