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Trying to switch out my base unit on the 9120 I am trying to trouble shoot a loud screeching sound that happens when I hang the phone up cant get my head set to switch to the new base

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The loud screeching is probably due to the headset mic volume being too loud, or the campatability setting on the base station is in the wrong position for your phone.
To register a new earpiece to a base station, simply put the headpiece on the charging dock and leave it there while you disconnect the power, wait about 20 seconds and then reconnect the power. All the lights on the base should flash a couple of times and then the green charging light will start fashing as normal. The headset should then be registered.

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