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I've just got some new house phones,they come complete with re-chargeable batteries,do i have to charge them up first ? Read More
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
I've just got some new house phones,they come complete with re-chargeable batteries,do i have to charge them up first ?
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
they'll need charging. but can be charged in the phones.
#2
umm -- let me think, this needs such brains to work out ..... if they dont work the answer is obviously yes! lol


Seriously though, yes you will have to charge them up fully, they may have some charge in them but wont be fully charged.
#3
Are you blonde Deb8z ?
#4
karenhornby
umm -- let me think, this needs such brains to work out ..... if they dont work the answer is obviously yes! lol


Seriously though, yes you will have to charge them up fully, they may have some charge in them but wont be fully charged.


That's what i meant,is it advisable to charge them up first or plug and play so to speak:-D
#5
just put the batteries in the fones and put them on the docking stations and they will charge them selves
[mod]#6
Dumb ass. :p :lol:

Where ya been.............i'm out of my sick bed..........where's my emails?? :x
#7
tonyg1962
Are you blonde Deb8z ?


It's a logical question,how do i know if they need charging up first:w00t:
#8
wickedteen
just put the batteries in the fones and put them on the docking stations and they will charge them selves


Seeeee that's a sensible answer,thank you:-D
#9
Syzable
Dumb ass. :p :lol:

Where ya been.............i'm out of my sick bed..........where's my emails?? :x


Same place as my birthday card,they don't exist:x
[mod]#10
deb8z;6577747
Same place as my birthday card,they don't exist:x


Ooooooooo............. :oops:

Sam gave me a rollicking for that as well. lol
#11
deb8z
It's a logical question,how do i know if they need charging up first:w00t:


not working would be a major indicator

good job you were born on the wrong side of pennines:-D
#12
Syzable
Ooooooooo............. :oops:

Sam gave me a rollicking for that as well. lol


Can ya tell i'm slightly miffed with ya:x
#13
casparwhite
not working would be a major indicator

good job you were born on the wrong side of pennines:-D


I've only just opened the box !
[mod]#14
deb8z;6577797
Can ya tell i'm slightly miffed with ya:x


I'm getting the feeling you may be. :whistling:

I've been ill though..........heartless woman. :x
#15
deb8z
I've only just opened the box !


did you post before opening the box?:p
#16
Shut it you:x
#17
Usually tells you in the instructions that come with the phones how long they need charging for BEFORE use... what I normally do is plug the charging units in, but leave the phone cable disconnected and still use the old phones until the new ones are fully charged... then just plug the phone cable into the new ones and away you go, and can box/dump the old ones at that point.
#18
Sorry to butt into your thread but wondered if anyone can help.
Ive got a cordless bt home phone but it doesnt work when i pick it up?
I have been turning the power off at the switch but turn it on when i get in from work.
When i noticed this happeningi left the switch on but the phones still not working ... unless i hold it down firmly (to the base).
I presume it's the batteries and have just put some normal AAA's in there at the mo.
Do you reckon it's safe/ok to put it in it's base ... effectively on charge (witht he normal batteries in place)?
Cheers
#19
magough
Sorry to butt into your thread but wondered if anyone can help.
Ive got a cordless bt home phone but it doesnt work when i pick it up?
I have been turning the power off at the switch but turn it on when i get in from work.
When i noticed this happeningi left the switch on but the phones still not working ... unless i hold it down firmly (to the base).
I presume it's the batteries and have just put some normal AAA's in there at the mo.
Do you reckon it's safe/ok to put it in it's base ... effectively on charge (witht he normal batteries in place)?
Cheers


is this another blonde question, do you have house insurance, cos them normal batteries will explode when charged, but you wouldnt know that as you havent read the side of the battery have you...............................
#20
wickedteen
magough
Sorry to butt into your thread but wondered if anyone can help.
Ive got a cordless bt home phone but it doesnt work when i pick it up?
I have been turning the power off at the switch but turn it on when i get in from work.
When i noticed this happeningi left the switch on but the phones still not working ... unless i hold it down firmly (to the base).
I presume it's the batteries and have just put some normal AAA's in there at the mo.
Do you reckon it's safe/ok to put it in it's base ... effectively on charge (witht he normal batteries in place)?
Cheers


is this another blonde question, do you have house insurance, cos them normal batteries will explode when charged, but you wouldnt know that as you havent read the side of the battery have you...............................


It really does happen :P Put a normal duracell on charge with 3 other rechargable ones and it leaked everywhere and it was rather hot! Obviously, we thought it was rechargable like the others though!

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