Cordless "landline" telephones are wall-mounted or desktop devices requiring a mixture of radio, battery and digital technology to work. The fusing of these three technologies means there are a lot of different kinds of parts that can break down or wear out. For instance, if the transceiver is malfunctioning, then a radio signal can't be sent between the phone and base. A loose wire in the handset could mean a short in the speaker or the battery, or a tear in the antenna could severely limit the distance the phone will transmit a call. The parts to fix these and other problems with your cordless phone can be found in the Sears PartsDirect online catalog.
To find the parts you need to fix your cordless telephone, just type the model number into the search box above. You can search from there. If you can't find the model number of your phone, you can search the site to narrow down the results. Our Sears PartsDirect representatives are also available over the phone and online to answer any questions you have.