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NTLsx701 base conection

Hi. the battery in my handset went dead. so the missis decided to try swapping them.now the phone has power but is saying no base on the screen. i no i have to match them as when i first baught them.but sinse then weev had a house move and lost the manual. any help would be great thanks mark

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    Lost the manual for NTL VS 205. Just replaced the recharge batteries still not working ?? is there something I have t do to reset??



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Try simply putting the phone on the base charger (not the remote chargers if you have any.) after putting the phone on the main base, most phones will auto config again.

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hi there more often than not phones like your Bt4500 have a battery that's installed inside the handset, now after long charge times and the handset being plugged in the base the battery becomes lifeless and faulty and dies, once a power cut happens as the handset has no longer got power the battery can not recover ! my best advice would be to open the back of the handset and locate the battery and replace with same from mapplins or ebay and give new battery a good charge this should get your phone working again

I have a panasonic kx tga652 phone it says base no power on several of my hand sets

That sounds like a handset model, from any of a range of DECT Plus systems?

Panasonic phone support is horrible, but they're pretty good about keeping manuals available on their Panasonic.com (may need to select USA) support site. Search the model number not of the handset, but the system found on the bottom of the main base unit.

There are enough versions and configurations that it's hard to guess specifics, but those series generally have the ability to power the base from a handset during power failures. There could be a need to reset something, or bad batteries or connectors in the handset in the base. Try swapping which handset is left in the base, and inspect the batteries in all handsets (sometimes removing them shows corrosion, or cleans a bad contact just from handling). Most of those use regular AAA NiMH batteries, and so they're pretty easy and cheap to replace if needed.

Phone says searching

Bring the handset that says searching into the same room as the base and see if the handset stops searching. Next unplug the handset batteries (yes from all handsets) and the base power cord (from both the base and the wall outlet). Wait a few minutes and then reconnect the batteries and base power cord. Next try to de-register and then re-register the handsets. (If you add a comment with the phone model, I'll help you with this step. Uniden has the manuals for their phones on their site: http://www.uniden.com/bin/venda?ex=co_disp-view&bsref=uniden&scat=dectphones_mnl .)

If this doesn't help, next try a new battery (and make sure that the battery is fully charged) for the phone. (If the phone is under warranty, contact Uniden. Note: batteries lose their ability to hold a charge over time. This includes the time on the shelf in the package.)

If a new battery doesn't help, then there is something wrong with the handset. Decide if it is worth having the unit fixed if the phone is out of warranty.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(I'm assuming that both handsets are cordless. If you have a corded/cordless model, then check that the base has power before you go farther with the above diagnostics. The power brick should be warm. We had a cordless phone on a power strip (UPS) that got turned off. The handset was searching for a signal that wasn't being sent. If you have power to the base, try sending the Find Handset message. The problem could be either the base or the handset not sending and receiving the signals between them.)

Base isflashing gren light, handset says not connected

I've had this happen before with an older Panasonic, and also a V-tech. On both the problem came and went, and was easily correctable by simply placing the handset on the base (not a remote charging base) for a few seconds. Over time it became a more frequent issue, and eventually both phones got to the state you are in now, where it seems that there is nothing that make it aquire a signal. You can try removing the battery from the handset, and replacing it. You may want to check the voltage of the battery with a multimeter while you have it out to see if one of the cells is dead.
The cells in the battery pack of your cordless phone each produce 1.5v, so the number of cells x 1.5 is the voltage you should read with your multimeter. If you have a 3 cell battery pack, and it is only putting out 3 volts, you have one dead cell. Often the highest voltage required by the device is the unregulated output of the pack. Because the device has no provision for stepping the power up from 3 to 4.5 volts, some of it's electronics will not function properly with a dead cell in the pack.
Handset battery packs are fairly standardized these days, so you should b able to find one to test your handset with without actually buying a replacement battery pack.

I have a uniden 5.8GHz cordless phone with 3 handsets. But now 2 of the handsets do not work. The base lights up to show it is charging and when I pick up the phone, the handset says...

You may have a problem with your battery. Usually the rechargeable battery goes bad on those units. Swap the battery from the working handset to one of the non working ones.

My uniden phone says - out of range

Uniden wxi477 out of range fix

This problem arises when the handset does not communicate with the base.
These are the steps:
1: Deregistering the handset
2: Registering the handset to base

Deregestering clears the stored (incorrect) base information on the handset.
Reregestering allows the base to assign a new ID for the handset.

Deregistering- press and hold the OFF (red button) and the # button on the handset for 5 seconds. select base unavailable and press OK. Are you sure appears. select yes and press OK. you will hear a confirmation tone. The handset will delete its own base information without trying to contact the base. It will now display MODELS VARY PLACE HANDSET ON THE BASE FOR REGISTRATION.

Registering the handset with the base- Make sure the tel. line and power is plugged into the base.
Press an hold the register button under the base (located between the tel. line and yellow power socket under the base) for 5 seconds until the red light flashes. At the same time press and hold the # button on the handset for 5 secs. You will hear a tone and It will now display REGISTRATION COMPLETE.

If it says registration failed: Retry the registration steps. Make sure the handset have enough battery power. If not charge for 15-20 hrs.
Check your connections on the base and make it is getting power.

The Steps above was my fix for the uniden wxi477 out of range problem.

Good luck.

Base Unit of DECT2000 Uniden Phone system (5 Handsets) went dead

You may have a defective battery, 90 day warranty.

Cordless phone keeps reading, "lift handset"

This would normally happen when the cordless handset was still in the charger stand. Are you saying it will still tell you to lift the handset after it's removed from the charger stand or base? I would not waste money buying a new battery as it is most likely not the problem but if you have more than one handset you should try swapping batteries. Removing and re-inserting the battery may reset the phone and clear up the problem as well.

Base won't charge handset

the base of your handset needs to be repair take it to a tech
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