All my handsets say Line in Use even though nobody is on the phone, no fax is coming through and no phones are off the hook.
Have Panasonic KX-TGA541S and Panasonic KX-TGA560M and have never had this problem before.
Posted by Babische on
I had the same problem. Something makes the phone's memory get "stuck." Take the battery out of the phone for a minute and then put it back. Then unplug the phone and plug in again. You need to do this with all extensions. The problem goes away.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
I have 2 uniden phones. When you push talk on either one it says out of range. I have tried hanging them up in the base. I have also unplugged the batteries and let them sit for a while. After con
Posted by jojo3434 on
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Posted on Dec 15, 2007
I lost the manual for GE DECT 6.0 Cordless Digital Phone # 28115FE1. I don't know how to check my voice mail. Does anyone know how to?
Jamie Goodhart [email protected]
Posted by jamie27 on
On my cordless Uniden phone it says on the screen of the hand set "Do not disturb" and we cant hear it ring. This is due to my todler pushing bottons! Please help!
Posted by hottiejess... on
Press # when handset is not in use and hold for several seconds. Repeat on any other handset experiencing problem. Do not disturb will be off and phone will ring.
Posted on Aug 22, 2012
We have a dial tone, but when we start to dial a number, nothing happens. The dial tone continues as if the phone doesn't send the numbers through.
Posted by CharlieAnd... on
I just had the same problem. Try unplugging the plug from the electrical outlet for the home(base) unit and plugging back in. Fixed my problem right away.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
My mother has a cordless uniden phone with no instruction manual. The model # is EXP4540. We need to know how to set up the speed dial for safety measures.
Posted by euleta on
My Mom had this same problem. I found these instructions on Uniden's website (uniden.com) under the "Owner Manuel" section.
Here you go - good luck!
Using the Speed Dial Memory
Storing Numbers in Speed Dial Memory
Your cordless phone can store up to ten numbers (up to 20 digits each) in the speed dial
memory. To store number in memory:
1) When the phone is in standby, press [memory]. The talk/batt low LED flashes.
2) Use the keypad to enter the phone number.
(To enter a 2-second pause between numbers, press [redial/
pause]. Each pause counts as a digit. )
3) Press [memory] again.
4) Select the speed dial location where you would like to store the
number (  to  ). You will hear a confirmation tone indicating
that the number has been stored.
• Storing a number to a speed dial location will
overwrite the any previously stored number without
• When storing numbers into memory and the handset is idle (i.e., no key is
pressed) for more than 0 seconds, it will beep rapidly, and then the phone
will return to standby.
Dialing a Stored Number
1) When the phone is in standby, press [talk], and listen for a dial tone.
2) Press [memory] and enter the speed dial entry ( – ) that has the stored number
you want to dial. (If you enter a digit that does not contain a stored number, the
handset will beep rapidly, and the phone will not dial.)
The speed dial memory is not limited to phone numbers. You can store any number (up
to 20 digits) that you need to enter once your call connects. This is referred to as Chain
Dialing. An example is a frequently refilled prescription number. Store your pharmacy
phone number in one speed dial and your most frequently refilled prescription number
as another speed dial. To use, once you ring your pharmacy's automated prescription
line, simply press [memory] and the speed dial number where you stored your account
Erasing a Stored Number from Memory
1) With the phone in standby, press [memory] twice.
2) Press the number of the speed dial entry. A tone indicates that the stored number is
erased from memory.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
Error message CHECK TEL LINE my phone line is connected and i followed all the right steps to connect my handset to the base HELP!
Posted by edautoglas... on
This sort of issue requires you to check if the base or the phone line has a problem.
I prefer to use an old corded phone for testing. I also get a new RJ-11 cable. Unplug your phone base from the jack and check for dial tone when you plug in your test phone.
If you get a dial tone on the test phone, try the new cable with your cordless phone. If you still get that message, then the phone has failed. If it is under warranty, contact the manufacturer for repairs. If it is out of warranty, then determine if it is worth fixing or replacing. These phones are not designed to be fixed by the end user.
If you do not have a dial tone, take your test phone to another jack on the phone line. Check if there is a dial tone at that point. If there is a dial tone, the problem is at the first jack or the phone line to the jack.
If you still do not have a dial tone at the second jack, find where your telephone service comes in. Open the box and determine the type of connection used. If you are lucky, it will have RJ-11 connections. Plug your test phone into the jack and check for a dial tone. If you do not have a dial tone at this point, call your telephone company. They will fix the problem for free. If you find that the connection is not an RJ-11 type, call the phone company and have them test the line and repair it if needed.
If you have a dial tone at the service box, then you have an inside wiring problem. Inspect the visible wires for damage. Open the faceplates for the jacks and check for loose wires. There are two types of connectors. Screw type connectors need the wire stripped back a little then wrap around the screw and tighten. The other type is a punchdown jack. To repair a loose wire in this, you will need a punchdown tool. These are often available in hardware/home improvement stores in the wiring section. http://www.lanshack.com/wire_phone_jack.aspx has clear pictures of the wire color to pin pattern.
You may want a professional to check the wires inside the walls. Your telephone provider will do this for a fee.
I hope this helps.
(who has had outside phone line problems due to rodents chewing on wires, road crews digging just a little too much, and lightning damaging a DSL filter.)
Posted on Jul 08, 2011
How do I block a phone number on my cordless phone?
Posted by BABY8888 on
if you want to block your own number dial *67 before you dial... to block someone else try dialing
To activate Call Block or add a telephone number to the rejection list, dial *60. If you dont know the number to be blocked, dial *60 immediately after hanging up from the call. To turn off Call Block, dial *80. Call Block cannot block calls from some cellular phones, pay phones or business lines. It also cannot block most long distance numbers.
hope this helps...please rate...thanks
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
how to deregister a handset without the base with which it orginally registered. The reason is that that based was destroyed in fire, only the handset survived. Can anything be done to make the HS become workable again. Model uniden 2315
Posted by Anonymous... on
Uniden TRU 8888Handset Reset (De-Register): 1. Remove Battery. 2. Reconnect battery while holding down "*" and "#" key. 3. Then press the right upper soft key under the LCD. 4. Press the "End" key. 5. Phone will be ready to register to the base.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
I have recently bought a Uniden DSS 7955 cordless phone with 2 additional handsets. It has got integrated answering machine as well.
I bought this phone from Australia, but now using this phone in India.
I have Caller ID enabled from my network provider, and the caller id works fine in the other phone I have got. However, when someone calls, the Uniden phone only shows "Incoming Call". I have also made sure that the caller is not blocking their number. So this happenes on any call I receive.
I have gone through the manual, and have also tried to reset all the handsets and base, but no result.
Any help will be much appreciated.
Posted by Aditya... on
I was using this site while trouble shooting this in the US...
If the customer has DSL with filters in the same system go back to the NID and Isolate the DSL,
test the caller id and call waiting caller id. If this works you have Data Bleed coming from the DSL.
Make sure there are not two sets of filters on the line. Tjis customer had a filter with the DSL modem.
Doing this we just fixed an on going problem for a field tech who was the second callout on a customer issue.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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