I have two handsets with my uniden cordless phone. My problem is when i make a call, i could hear the other party clearly by they could not hear me, just a very faint sound when i talk loud. I tried to check if my phone is on mute and it doesnt show the M on the display which means its not on mute mode. The problem occured on the first handset then after a week, the other handset had the same problem and i could not fix both handset.
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At 20 ft line of sight, you should have perfect reception with most any cordless phone.
The fuzzy signal can indicate: 1. A weak signal between base and handset. 20 ft line of sight should have a good strong signal. Your handset may be defective. Or, your handset battery may be weak. Your base unit may be defective.
2. You may be experiencing RFI Interference. Is the base unit next to any other electronic devices? If it is next to a wireless router or some other wireless device, it may be overloaded by the nearby signal (even if on a different frequency)
I've got a 5 year old Panasonic 5.8 Ghz cordless phone connected to my VoIP box. I just tested it from about 25 ft away from the base unit in another room with a wall in between and my reception is perfect.
I did the same test with my Panasonic DECT 6.0 phones (1.9 GHz). The first handset is slightly fuzzy, but otherwise good signal. The 2nd handset was perfectly quiet with good strong signal. So, there is a difference between two identical handsets connected to the same base unit. This indicates to me that one handset is better tuned than the other. Nothing I can do about that but get a new 2nd extension cordless handset. Sometimes, it's just luck of the draw
A search of Uniden support only said to call 1-800-297-1023 with handset registration issues. The rep picked up quickly and walked me through the reset procedure. Here it is step-by-step:
1. Remove battery 2. Hold down the * and # buttons and reinsert battery. You should hear a long beep. If not retry. (This is a bit awkward but hold the handset upside down and it's workable) 3. Screen will be blank. Immediately press the right soft menu button. 4. Screen will report that EEPROM is clearing and then state EEPROM Clear Ok 5. Remove battery (yes again) 6. Reinsert battery (this time there's no need to hold down any buttons) 7. Handset will reboot with Welcome screen and then state that phone must be registered (this is the status a handset should be in from the factory) 8. Place handset on base and it will register as normal
You must charge each phone individually on the main base unit for at least 20seconds before use. Do this with each phone-again on the main base unit, then you should be able to register and return other phones to separate cradle. I hope this works for you
This can be one of a couple of things. First of all, if this is a multi-handset phone, go off hook on two handsets at the same time and see if you can hear yourself in both phones (Speak into one while listening to the other) If it is only a single handset phone, do the same thing only with another phone. If you cannot hear anything coming from the uniden phone, it may have a bad mic in the handset and would need to be replaced. (the handset not the mic) If you bought it less then a year ago and still have the receipt, call uniden at 18002971023 and they will help you get it replaced.
Any kind of intermittent transmission problem, or solid transmission problems you mention are directly related to your phone. I'm not sure what kind of phone you have. If this is a typical home phone, it would either be the handset or the handset cord. If this is wireless, its the entire handset.