I got a Motorola MD760 system with an extra phone and can't seem get them to work,I charged them both up, someone said something about re registering them but I don't know how, Please help an old man out
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More than likely issue with phone or battery itself. Try another battery if you have one and see if it works. If you don't have an extra battery try to find someone who has a similar phone and try battery. If you call your service provider they will try to trouble shoot issue but more than likely will get you to send phone in through warranty if your still eligible. If not eligible for warranty and don't have insurance ask about upgrade options. Hope this helped.
I feel soooo stupid...I guess somehow when I was retrieving my msgs remotely, the answer machine got turned off. I just pressed the on button & the "0" appeared again. But I never touch that button so don't know how the machine got turned off. Thanks anyway. But why is there no phone # to get a live person like there used to be???
Seems like it may be your wall charger.
I would inspect your connectors (both charger & phone) as well though (for dirt or debris).
I would also suggest using Motorola's wall chargers, the products seem to charge best with them rather than the after-market knock-offs which also seem to damage the phones connectors on some models.
connect your phone to the system through usb. if it starts charging then its not the problem with the phone or battery. its a problem with the charger. now also if it does not charde, then it must be a problem with the phone. take it to the nearest motorolla service centre and fix it.
this is a battery prob replacing battery will solve this prob hope this solves your prob make sure the battery connectors are conected propery securely first before replacing if ok then replace batt and prob should be solved check then conectors are clean where the phone sits on base and check phone sit on base properly if it does then it is def the batt replace.
Open this link; go to the FAQ's for an MD760/MD761 and it solved my similar problem for my phone. Primarily, you will be resetting your system (almost like rebooting) and if necessary, deregister and follow with registering. I did not have to do the last part (deregister), but it does work. Good luck.