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Buzzing in both phones

I just recently started having a buzzing in both phones. The noice is so loud that you can hardly hear the other party when talking to them. The problem is not in the phone lines since I have tried another cordless (Panasonic) to those phone lines and no problem. Also, I just put new batteries (fully charged) in both phones and still a loud buzzing sound. The phones are approximately three years old.

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Owen Cook
Chattanooga, TN

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  • omcjwc Aug 18, 2008

    I don't think that the buzz is a reminder of anything such as a message or missed call. The phone does not have a alert feature that I know of.

    Thanks

  • omcjwc Aug 18, 2008

    Don't think that the problem is in the antennas as the antennas are rigid and have not been bent or broken.

    Thanks

  • omcjwc Aug 18, 2008

    Problem still not solved.

  • omcjwc Aug 18, 2008

    The problem is not is the phone wiring or the telephone jack. I have used another portable phone, Panasonic, using the same wiring and jack, and do not have the buzzing on that phone.

    Thanks

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Have you tried the previously suggested solution of changing which channel the phones are set to?

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The buzz sound may be due to interference on the signal from wireless device,bluetooth,infra red,computer ,electronic devices ,so you can isolate the phone phone from this devices or change location where you have low interference and see the effect

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    Starnley Johnwells Aug 18, 2008

    Cordless telephones use radio frequencies and have no FCC protection from interference. If you are receiving nearby transmissions on a cordless phone your only recourse is to contact the manufacturer for assistance. good luck

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Replace/Redo wirings. Use new phone jacks and RJ-11 connectors

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Hi,

did you solve your problem or need further assistance?

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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    Perhaps its an external intereference result. So try to move base to another location, or take away any other electrical appliance from phone base and test again its operation.

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After you check the suggestion of Expert Voodoomox and still have the same problem, you can try to reset the unit follow this steps:

1. Disconnect Battery from handset
2. Disconnect Phone Cord from wall jack
3. Disconnect Phone cord from base unit
4. Disconnect AC adapter from wall outlet
5. Allow to sit for 30 min
6. Reconnect Phone Cord to base
7. Reconnect Phone cord to wall jack
8. Reconnect AC Adapter to wall outlet
9. Reconnect Battery to hanset until you click or feel the plug snap into place
10. Re-Register Handset by placing on main base in most instances.

Hope that helps.........

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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    Mark Gil Aug 18, 2008

    Try following the other solution from other experts and also check my solution and that may solve your problem....

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    Mark Gil Aug 18, 2008

    After you check the suggestion of Expert Voodoomox and still have the same problem, you can try to reset the unit follow this steps:

    1. Disconnect Battery from handset
    2. Disconnect Phone Cord from wall jack
    3. Disconnect Phone cord from base unit
    4. Disconnect AC adapter from wall outlet
    5. Allow to sit for 30 min
    6. Reconnect Phone Cord to base
    7. Reconnect Phone cord to wall jack
    8. Reconnect AC Adapter to wall outlet
    9. Reconnect Battery to hanset until you click or feel the plug snap into place
    10. Re-Register Handset by placing on main base in most instances.

    Hope that helps.........

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Hello,
Well its not a problem with your batteries exactly,One reason is as the phone is three years old,theres is fault in the connections and the second one is if you had dropped the phone down quite a few times then phone will starting to make a buzzing sound when you put it on which can be corrected with a service from a technican..thank you..


Regards!!....

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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    Natesan Sabesan Aug 18, 2008

    Also please check and make sure that there is no interference in the signal of the phone,make sure there is no interference of any elctronic device signals overlapping the device..Try to connect the phone in a different line if theres is no noise then the phone is perfect..Thank you..

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This answer is straight from Uniden.

The first thing you want to ensure is that the phone is not near any major electronics or appliances. Make sure that the phone is not tied in with a computer, fax, remote answering machine, splitter or caller id box.

Try pressing the channel button on the handset (if applicable to your product). On DCT models turn clarity boost on.

Make sure base unit antenna is in an upright position (if applicable to your product). If your handset does not have an antenna then make sure you are not holding the phone to where you are covering the internal antenna.

Try moving the phone to a different phone jack and outlet. If you have any other cordless phones in your home, try unplugging all of the phones except for the Uniden and see if there is a difference.

Finally, if you have computer accessories such as DSL, Wireless Network or Router these could interfere with the phone as well.

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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    marlon john madrid Aug 18, 2008

    please go through the posts we had earlier for the steps to follow and get the buzzing issue resolved.

  • marlon john madrid
    marlon john madrid Aug 18, 2008

    Hi OMC, i strongly suggest that you go through the STEPS we posted. let me put it in once again



    this answer is straight from Uniden.

    The first thing you want to ensure is that the phone is not near any major electronics or appliances. Make sure that the phone is not tied in with a computer, fax, remote answering machine, splitter or caller id box.

    Try pressing the channel button on the handset (if applicable to your product). On DCT models turn clarity boost on.

    Make sure base unit antenna is in an upright position (if applicable to your product). If your handset does not have an antenna then make sure you are not holding the phone to where you are covering the internal antenna.

    Try moving the phone to a different phone jack and outlet. If you have any other cordless phones in your home, try unplugging all of the phones except for the Uniden and see if there is a difference.

    Finally, if you have computer accessories such as DSL, Wireless Network or Router these could interfere with the phone as well.



    hope this works out

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Check antenna for defects...

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Hi,

im working on your problem,

the batteries are not the problem for sure,

have you thought of this loud buzzer being just a reminder of some function of your phone?

such as message, missed phonecalls, maybe an alert (if phone features this function)


im working on you!
good luck

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Give Ur Both Phones a Soft Reset

Menu/Settings/Security/reset the phone

restore it to Full Factory Defaults!!

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