Question about Uniden Cordless Phone
On many Uniden® phones, there is a button labeled "CH". It is usually found towards the base of the of the front of the handset & often has more than one function.
Just in case this does not solve this issue, inspect the phone line & its connectors at the main phone base. Damage or close proximity to known producers of interference (fluorescent lighting, microwave ovens, high-current power lines (usually inside the wall), a noisy power strip, or proximity to a motorized appliance (such as a vacuum cleaner) could cause issues with the fidelity of the sound quality.
If this is a problem that developed over time, then another possibility could be the development of oxidation on the charge points in the phone base's cradle. Clean these contacts once a month with a pencil eraser to allow the battery/batteries to fully charge. This could affect the range, battery endurance, & sound quality. Give this 12 hours to fully charge those batteries to see if it was the actual issue.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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