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This sounds like the handset has lost its "registration" with
the base. De-registering & re-registering is often easy.
First, be sure the handset battery is well charged as a
weak battery will interfere with the registration process.
Then try this ( 'works for the D1680, D1481, & similar):
To deregister the handset:
1. Press and hold the [END] and [ # ] keys at the same time,
after a few seconds the display will say
"System Reset, Deregister Handset"
scroll to "Base Unavailable"
press [SELECT] (chirps) press [END]
display reads "Place in base..."
Next, to re-register the handset:
2. Set the handset into the base cradle and wait,
within ~30 seconds the handset should display
a "Handset #" and be good to go...
No. Your base works on the 5.8GHz band, while your DECT 6.0 handset works on the 1.9GHz band using a completely different protocol. The two are completely different technologies. It would be like trying to read a videotape using a DVD player.
All four phones showed "Out of Range" I unpluged the main phone - the one with the telephone hook up. I left it unpluged for a few minutes, plugged it in and IT WORKED> Thanks for your interest in helping me.