Question about Uniden DECT 6.0 Cordless Telephone Expansion Handset
My Uniden Dect 6.0 (model 1035) cordless phone rings once, the handset shows incoming call, but after one ring it stops. The caller hears the signal of a busy line and I hear the signal of a free line. I unplugged the base for a few minutes and switch it on again, no success. I also deregistred and registered my handset, no success. Please can you help?
Posted by Anonymous on
If you have a landline, most likely you have a short in it. Not enough to kill line, but, when the 90 volts a.c. comes in to ring it jumps short. The short answers the phone.. It doesn't stop out going but can cause static. Check the line at the box outside. if bad there call your phone company, if good there, trouble is in house
Posted on Oct 04, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: uniden 5.8Ghz phone.
You need to reset the main base unit. Unplug the power from the back of the base. While the power is disconnected, press and hold the delete key while reconnecting the power. Wait for a long beep tone. When the display shows 88 or P, press play button one time. If you have a phone without an answering machine, disconnect the power from the back of the base, press and hold find hs button while reconnecting power.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
SOURCE: uniden cordless phone 900 MHz
A phone uses a voltage drop to determine when it is answered or hung up. What is happening in your case is the phone or base unit, or worse yet the house wiring has a short to ground somewhere. This also cause the static you hear. You can get a regular phone and plug it into the same cord and see if it works normal. If so it is not the house wiring but the phone or base unit. If so you can only hope to find the short yourself which is very time consuming and difficult on modern digital units. Sorry to say it's cheaper to get a new unit than pay for repair. The only other thing that cause those symptoms is the batteries are going dead. I assumed you checked this first. If not you can try changing the battery pack on the phone.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
Try unplugging all sets and call in. Do you still have a faxlike tone, like from an ALARM system or something else down the street?
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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