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Panasonic Phone Keeps De-Registering

Hi, I recently purchased a Panasonic KX-TG8032 cordless phone and it keeps de-registering, rendering itself useless without re-registering. It has got to the point that it de-registers itself straight after I re-register it (I haven't even had a chance to put it back on the cradle). The period of 'registration' has slowly decreased, from a couple of days to this. This problem has occurred for several different phones already, and I'm wondering if anyone has any ideas about what the root of this issue could be. I just find it a little strange that both phones are faulty. Furthermore, this has been our 6th phone this year, as each one either cuts off while we're talking or de-registers. Please help! :) Thanks :)

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This solution is for the KX-TG2356 cordless phone
The problem you are having is not that the handset is de-registering but your handset is losing the link to the main base.You said you went through 6 handsets then, the only remaining thing that could cause your problem is: A bad handset battery. This would give you all types of connection problems and the Main base.
I will begin with replacing the battery. If that does not solve your problem then the problem would be the main base

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SOURCE: panasonic kx-tg7120e extra hand set.

with the hand set on the base, unplug the power then try plugging it again.

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Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Registering a new cordless handset

It doesn't exactly "register" but you turn it on via phone programming.

Just plug it into the headset jack, then select a button to program and press PROG (the button) and dial 67 enter.

When you press the button, the light will turn on and the display will say HEADSET ON. Pressing it again will turn it off.

Carl

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I can send you a manual. Just email me on gorbuz@yahoo.com

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SOURCE: register hend set to base

Try the procedure on page 62 of the following PDF, and post your results.

http://www.conversationpiece.ie/download/KXTCD505.pdf

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Hi Kevin,

Sorry for being off line so long. If you have not fixed the problem already, I would try de-registering the handset 3 (from both the base and handset), then re-register it, it should re-register as HS 3, unless 1 and 2 are vacant. If that does not do it, de-register just the handset (not at the base), then re-register it to the base, it will grab the next sequencial intercom number. If it is still failing, then the handset is most likely defective. As a last resort, you can try initializing the handset and the base. Let me know how it goes. CG

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