I have 2 of these units and now both aren't functioning. On one unit, the base isn't working ( only the message ''welcome.. please wait'' displays then flashes and goes no further except briefly lighting up the menu when I press and hold one of the function buttons ) on the other, the handset microphone isn't working properly and the person I'm calling can't hear what I'm saying unless I yell loudly. Even then they can only hear me as a whisper. I'd be able to deregister the handset of the unit with the base that's not working and use it with the other phone but the handset can't connect with its base while the base keeps flashing the intro message.
These are great phones and it's annoying to have 2 that aren't working like this. Hope you can help. Thanks so much
Press and hold "end" and "#" for more than 5 seconds this will de-register your handset without the base unit. [email protected] see for more info. http://www.uniden.com.au/RESOURCES_MAIN/pdfs/ELITE8805_OM.pdf
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Your manual may have the E4 code, but Uniden certainly will, if you contact their support site. This symptom often indicates a power or function issue with the base unit, and so make sure the base has charging voltage, and the terminals are clean (use a qtip and alcohol). When you contact Uniden Support, have your model number ready, since different units can have the same or different error codes programmed into them.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
DECT 6.0 is not a model number, it's the generic name for the cordless phone technology in use. So I can't give you a more specific link than this one, which takes you to Uniden's download page for manuals. Pick your model from the list, and the manual will explain the steps you'll need to follow. Your phone's model number is on a sticker normally found on the rear or bottom of the base unit.
if battery just replace battery but the head sets are compatible with other handsets of same ghz say 2.4 you just gotta set in base and let base recognize new hand set these phones are practically built the same way but only with new technology