Uniden DSS7815 Series Owner`s manual

DSS7815/DSS7815 +1
Series Owners Manual
OWNER'S MANUAL
Contents
WELCOME/ FEATURES
TERMINOLOGY
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
DISPLAY AND ICONS
SOFT KEY FUNCTION
GETTING STARTED
Setting up the Phone
Mounting the Base Unit on a Wall
Expanding Your Phone
Connecting the Charger
Register the Handset
Main Menu Options
Setting Menu Options
BASICS
Making and Receiving Calls
Call Waiting
Placing a Call on Hold
Redialing a Call
Adjusting the Ringer, Earpiece
and Speaker Volume
Temporarily Muting the Ringer
Mute Microphone
Tone Dialing Switch-over (Australia only)
Traveling Out of Range
Privacy Mode
Using One Touch Voice Mail Access
PHONEBOOK
Phonebook (Storing Phone Numbers, Names,
Distinctive Rings and Speed Dial)
Chain Dialing
Steps for Entering Names and Special Characters
Viewing the Phonebook
Making Calls Using the Phonebook
Speed Dialing
Editing or Erasing a Stored Name, Phone Number,
Distinctive Ring and Speed Dial
Copying Phonebook Locations
CALLER ID
Caller ID and CIDCW
(Caller ID on Call Waiting)
Viewing the Caller ID List
Deleting a Caller ID Message
Using the Caller ID Message List
MULTI- HANDSET FEATURES
Multi- Handset Features
Using DirectLink Mode
3- Way Conferencing
Intercom/ Call Transfer Feature
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Changing the Digital Security Code
Find Handset
Installing the Beltclip
Headset Installation
Note on Power Sources
General Information
TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting
Liquid Damage
MEMORY LIST
INDEX
WARRANTY
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Welcome
Congratulations on your purchase of the Uniden single (DSS7815) or dual (DSS7815+1)
handset cordless phone.
This phone is designed and engineered to exacting standards for reliability, long life, and
outstanding performance.
Note:
Features
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Some illustrations in this manual may differ from the actual unit for
expanation purposes.
5.8GHz Digital Expandable
10 Multi- Handset Expandability
Hands- Free Duplex Speakerphone in the Handset
Caller ID*
100 programmable Memory Locations
Intercom/ Call Transfer Between Handsets**
20 Distinctive Ring Options (10 ringer tones and 10 melody ringers)*
Mute and Hold Features
Direct Link Mode**
Room/ Baby Monitoring**
Battery Level Indicator
Clock Display
Animation Displays
* Requires subscription to Caller ID service provided by Network supplier. There is
usually a fee for this service.
** Requires the use of multiple handsets.
[2]
This series features AutoTalk and AutoStandby. AutoTalk allows you to answer a call by just removing the
handset from the cradle so you don't have to waste time pushing buttons. Auto Standby
allows you to hang up by simply returning the handset to the cradle.
To protect you against mis-billed calls that might result from your phone being activated by other equipment, this
series has Random Code digital security, which automatically selects one of more than 10,00 0,000 digital
security codes for the handset and base. Digital Spread Spectrum Technology uses a wider frequency band than
standard digital transmissions. The result is a more secure conversation with the clarity of digital sound, extended
range, and minimal interference from other cordless phones.
IntegriSound Built in sound quality which provides life-like conversations.
With DirectLink mode, you can use 2 or more handsets as radio transceivers (walkie-talkies).
Be sure to visit our web site: www.uniden.com.au or www.uniden.co.nz
Terminology
• Standby Mode - The handset is not in use, and talk/flash or speaker has not been pressed. No
dial tone is present.
• Talk Mode
- The hand set is not in the cradle, and talk/flash or speaker has been pressed,
enabling a dial tone. Talk appears on the display.
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Controls & Functions
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20
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1. Handset Antenna
2. Beltclip Hole
3. Speakerphone Speaker and Ringer
4. Handset Battery Compartment
5. New Message LED
6. Handset Earpiece
7. LCD Display
8. soft Keys (P.8)
/vol
/
9.
(volume up/down) (P.31 & 17)
10. /tone/< (P.32 & 37)
*
11. speaker (P.27)
12. intcom/hold (P.51 & 29)
13. Headset Jack Cover
14. talk/ flash (P.28 & 29)
15. end (P.28)
16. cid (P.45)
17. # / > (P.37)
18. phonebook (P.35)
19. Handset Microphone
20. Handset Charging Contacts
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
Base Charging Contacts
Base Antenna
Charge LED
find handset (P.53)
DC IN 9V Jack
TEL LINE Jack
[5]
Display and Icons
Example of the standby mode display
Handset
SUN 12:00A
Handset
#1
New CID:
5
REDIAL
MENU
ICON
Ringer off icon (when the ringer is off)/Day of the week and time /battery icon
Handset ID and Banner
Number of new Caller ID calls received
Appears During
Standby/Talk
Standby
Talk
Talk
speaker phone
Talk
DESCRIPTION
Battery icons indicate the handset battery status.
This icon cycles depending on the battery status (full,
medium, low, and empty).
Ringer off icon indicates that ringer is turned off.
The Mute icon appears when you mute the handset.
The Speaker icon appears when the handset
is used.
The Privacy icon appears when the Privacy Mode
is turned on.
[6]
Animation Displays
The handsets have a variety of animation displays. Below are examples of the animation screens and
what they mean:
Turning on the phone
Hanging up the phone
Welcome!
Please wait.....
Making a call
Talk
End
REDIAL
1:53
Done!
MENU
Find Handset/Paging the Handset
Paging
1:54
MUTE
Confirmation (Done!)
PRIVACY
Also, the animation display changes depending on the ringer volume setting.
Ringer Volume
REDIAL
MENU
Out of Range
Out Of Range
REDIAL
MENU
Ringer Volume
REDIAL
Ringer Volume
MENU
REDIAL
Unavailable
Low Battery
Unavailable
REDIAL
MENU
Low Battery
MENU
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Deleting (Deleted!)
Deleted!
Soft Key Function
"Soft" keys are keys that change function during the operation of the phone. There are three soft keys on each
handset.
Soft Keys allow you to:
- Access the main menu
- Set up CIDCW options
- Store or edit phone numbers
- Access stored Caller ID messages
- Redial one of the last three numbers dialed from the handset
- Access Voice mail waiting
Note: The soft keys will not appear while the handsets charging.
The function of each soft key is determined by the icon that appears directly above it. For example, when the
handset is in standby mode, pressing soft key 1 will redial the last dialed number. When the handset is in talk
mode, pressing soft key 1 will mute the microphone.
Complete information on the features controlled by the soft keys can be found under each feature.
In standby mode
SUN 12:00A
Handset #1
New CID:
5
REDIAL
MENU
In talk mode
Talk
MUTE
[8]
0:00
PRIVACY
Setting up the Phone
For maximum
range:
! Keep the antenna
free of obstruction.
! When the handset
is not in use place
the handset in an
upright position.
! Do not hold the
handset where you
would block the
signal.
Do the following steps:
A. Choose the best location
B. Connect the base unit
C. Install the rechargeable battery pack into the handset
D. Connect the charger
E. Mount the base unit on a wall
A. Choose the best location
Here are some important guidelines you should consider:
Avoid heat sources, such as
radiators, air ducts, and sunlight
Avoid noise sources such as a window
by a street with heavy traffic
Avoid television sets and
other electronic equipment
Avoid microwave ovens
Avoid excessive
moisture, extremely
low temperatures,
dust, mechanical
vibration, or shock
Avoid personal computers
Choose a central location
Avoid other cordless telephones
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1) Connect the AC adapter to the DC IN 9V jack
and to a standard 240VAC wall outlet. Connect
the AC adapter to a continuous power supply
(i.e., an outlet that is not controlled by a switch).
! Use only the
supplied [AAD041S] AC adapter.
Do not use any
other AC adapter.
2) Set the base on a desk or tabletop, and place
the handset in the base unit. Place the base
unit close to the AC outlet so that you can
unplug the AC adapter easily.
! Do not place the
power cord where
it creates a trip
hazard or where it
could become
chafed and create
a fire or electrical
hazard.
3) Make sure that the charge LED illuminates. If
the LED does not illuminate, check to see that
the AC adapter is plugged in and the handset
makes good contact with the base charging
contacts.
4) After install the battery pack in the handset,
charge your handset for at least 15-20 hours
before plugging into the phone line.
5) Once the handset battery pack is fully charged,
connect the telephone line cord to the TEL LINE
jack and to a telephone outlet. If your telephone
outlet isn't modular, contact your telephone
company for assistance.
[10]
GETTING STARTED
B. Connect the base unit
C. Install the rechargeable battery pack into the handset
! Use only the
Uniden (BT-446)
rechargeable
battery pack
supplied with your
cordless
telephone.
! Replacement
battery packs are
available. See our
website for
information.
www.uniden.com.au
www.uniden.co.nz
The handset is powered by a rechargeable battery pack.
The battery recharges automatically when the handset is placed in
the base unit. To maximize the charge capacity of your battery pack,
DO NOT plug the telephone cord into the base
unit and wall jack until the battery is fully charged.
1) Press down on the handset battery case cover (use
the finger indention for a better grip) and slide the
cover downward to remove.
2) Turn the battery pack so that the connector with the
red and black wires is near the jack inside the battery
compartment. Match the connector's wire colors to the
polarity label in the battery compartment (the connector
notches fit into the grooves of the jack only one way).
Push the battery pack connector into the jack until it
clicks into place.
3) Make sure you have a good connection by gently pulling
on the battery wires. If the connection is secure, the battery
jack will remain in place.
4) Place the battery case cover back on the handset and
slide it upwards until it clicks into place.
[11]
Standard wall plate mounting
This phone can be mounted on any standard wall plate.
1) Make the AC adapter and the telephone line cord through
the hole on the wall mount adapter.
2) Plug the AC adapter into the DC IN 9V jack.
3) Plug the telephone line cord into the TEL LINE jack.
4) Slide the wall mount adapter into the notches on the base.
5) Plug the AC adapter into a standard 240V AC wall outlet.
Hook the cord on the notch of the wall mount adapter.
6) Plug the telephone line cord into the telephone outlet.
Hook the cord on the notch of the wall mount adapter.
7) Align the mounting slots on the base with the mounting
posts on the wall. Then push in and down until the phone
is firmly seated. To remove, push up a tab on the wall
mount adapter as shown.
[12]
GETTING STARTED
Mounting the Base Unit on a Wall
Direct wall mounting
If you don't have a standard wall plate, you can mount your phone directly to the wall. Before
doing this, consider the following:
! Avoid electrical cables, pipes, or other items behind the mounting location that could
cause a hazard when inserting screws into the wall.
! Try to mount your phone within 1.5m of a working phone jack to avoid excessive lengths.
! Make sure the wall material is capable of supporting the weight of the base and handset.
! Use #10 screws (minimum length of 35mm) with anchoring devices suitable for the wall
material where the base unit will be placed.
1) Insert two mounting screws into the wall
(with their appropriate anchors). 100mm
apart. Allow about 3mm between the wall
and screw heads for mounting the phone.
3mm
2) Refer to steps 1 through 7 on page 12 to
mount the telephone.
100mm
35mm
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10 Handsets Expandability
Your phone supports up to 10 handsets,
including any handsets supplied with your
phone. You can now place a fullyfeatured cordless handset anywhere
AC power is available to connect the
handset charger. Up to 2 handsets can be used in DirectLink Mode or on an
intercom call without interfering with incoming calls. If possible to have a 3-way conference
among 2 handsets and an outside line. All of handsets ring when a call
is received.
IMPORTANT: If you purchase a DSS7805 extra handset, please register the handset to
the original/main base before use. The DSS7805 will not operate until it is registered. If
you change a global setting in one handset, you change that particular setting for all
registered handsets. All other settings (not included under Global Setup) must be set
separately through each handset.
Connecting the Charger
1) Connect the AC adapter to the DCIN9V jack and to
a standard 240VAC wall outlet.
2) Set the charger on a desk or tabletop, and place the
handset in the charger with
the keypad facing forward. (See“C. Install the
rechargeable battery pack into the handset”
on page 11).
[14]
! Charge the
handset battery
pack for at least
15-20 hours before
using your new
cordless telephone
for the first time.
GETTING STARTED
Expanding Your Phone
Register the Handset
If you purchase an extra handset, you need to register the handset before use. Only one
handset can be registered at a time.
! An extra
handset can be
registered
when the main
base is in standby
mode.
! If you have
purchased the
DSS7815+1 your
extra handset
would have been
pre-registered at
factory as
handset 2.
Handsets supplied with the phone are registered to the base by
the factory. When charged, pre- registered handsets display a
handset ID number. Handsets that have not been registered
display Place handset on main base to register. When
you register an extra handset to the base, the handset ID will be
assigned.
1) Before registering the extra handset, the battery
pack MUST be charged for 15-20 hours.
2) Place the extra handset in the main
base unit to begin registration.
3) While the handset is registering,
Handset Registering will appear in
the LCD.
When Registration Complete is
displayed, the handset has been
registered to the base.
If Registration Failed appears,
please try these steps again.
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Registration
Complete
Place handset
on main base
to register
Your phone has five main menu options: DirectLink Mode, Room/Baby Monitor,
Handset Setup, Global Setup and Deregister HS.
Default Settings
The default settings set from the factory match the features that most people use.
You may not need to change them. However, there are a number of options you
must set and entries you must make in memory to take full advantage of all the phone
features. The table below lists the default settings.
Function
Edit Voice Mail
Ringer Tone
Distinctive Ring
Auto Talk
Anykey Answer
Banner
Contrast
Key touch tone
Animation Screen
Default Settings
None(Aus)/ 083210(NZ)
Flicker
On
On
On
““
level 5
On
On
Function
Day & Time
CIDCW
Dial Mode
Insert O
Name Tagging
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Default Settings
SUN 12:00 AM
Off
Tone
On (NZ)/Off (AUS)
On
! For Global
Setup and
Deregister HS
menu options,
make sure the
line is not in use
and the handsets
are within range
of the base.
! Main menu flow
chart is provided
on page 64.
GETTING STARTED
Main Menu Options
Setting Menu Options
Using the interface
Below are some tips for using the software interface on your phone.
! You must have at
least two handsets
to use Direct Link
Mode.
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•
Press the MENU soft key to access the main menu.
Use /vol/ and /vol/
to scroll through options.
Press the OK soft key to make a selection.
Press the BACK soft key to return to the previous screen.
Press end to exit the menu.
Directlink Mode
Room Monitor
Handset Setup
BACK
OK
DirectLink Mode
In DirectLink mode, a pair of handsets can function as two-way radios. DirectLink
Mode allows two handsets to communicate with each other without the base unit or
a telephone line. Use them at sporting events or while shop ping to stay in contact
with family members or friends. You must set both handsets to DirectLink Mode to activate
this feature.
Using DirectLink Mode
1) Press the MENU soft key and select the DirectLink
Mode menu. To enter DirectLink mode press
[ENTER] appears.
To enter
Directlink mode
press [ENTER]
BACK
2) Press the ENTER soft key to enter DirectLink mode.
You will hear a confirmation tone, and DirectLink Mode Complete appears.
3) To return to normal mode, press the CANCEL soft key and then the OK soft
key, or return the handset to the cradle.
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ENTER
This feature allows you to monitor
sounds in another room. Place a
handset in the room you wish to
monitor; it will function as a
microphone. A second handset can
be set to function as a remote
speaker, allowing you to monitor
sounds in the room.
! This feature only
works when the
handset(s) is
within the range
of the base.
! You must have at
least two handsets
to use Room/
Baby Monitor.
Using Room/Baby Monitor
1) Press the MENU soft key and select the
Room Monitor menu. To Room Monitor
appears.
2)
Select the handset you want to monitor by using
/vol/ or /vol/ .
3)
Press the OK soft key. Room Monitor appears, and you hear sounds in the
room where the handset is installed.
4)
To turn off the Room Monitor, press the END soft key, or end.
Room Monitor
<- -> Handset # 2
END
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GETTING STARTED
Room/Baby Monitor
Handset Setup
The following submenu options must be set separately for each handset.
Programming your Voice Mail Access Number
Edit V_mail No.
1) Press the MENU soft key. Select the Handset Setup menu, and 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
then the Edit Voice Mail submenu. Edit V_mail No. appears.
2) Enter your personal access number using the number keypad
DELETE
PAUSE
OK
(09),*/tone/<,#/ >, the DELETE soft key, or the PAUSE soft key
(up to 20 digits).
3) Press the OK soft key. You will hear the confirmation tone. To delete the current Voice Mail Access
Number, delete all numbers in step 2 using the DELETE soft key and the OK soft key.
Selecting a Ringer Tone
Ringer Tone lets you choose from 10 ringer tones or 10 melodies:
- Ringers (Flicker, Clatter, Soft Alert, Wake Up, Light Bug, Beep Boop, Tone Board, Chip Chop, Party
Clap, Reminder)
- Melodies (Beethoven's Symphony #9 [Beethoven9], For Elise [Elise], We Wish You A Merry
Christmas [Merry-Xmas], Home Sweet Home [Hm Swt Hm], Lorri Song #6 [Lorri Song], When Irish Eyes
Are Smiling [Irish Eyes], Aura Lee, Let Me Call You Sweet Heart [Sweet heart], Waltzing Matilda[W
Matilda], Old MacDonald [Old MacDld])
You must set the separate ringer tone on each handset.
Ringer Tones
1) Press the MENU soft key. Select the Handset Setup menu, and Flicker
Clatter
hen the Ringer Tone submenu.
/vol/ to move the pointer. You will hear
2) Press /vol/ or
BACK
the ringer or melody as you scroll through the options.
3) When you reach the ringer tone you want, press the OK soft key.
You will hear a confirmation tone.
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OK
Distinctive Ringer allows you to assign a designated ring tone to a stored phonebook number (100
stored locations available). When a call is received and the Caller ID information matches the
information in one of the phonebook memory locations, the phone uses the distinctive ring assigned to
that particular Caller. You can assign distinctive rings to multiple phonebook memory locations.
Switching the setting to Distinctive Off disables distinctive ringing: all incoming calls will have normal
ring tone. Switching to Distinctive On activates all programmed distinctive ring memory locations.
Distinctive Ring
On
Off
BACK
OK
1) Press the MENU soft key. Select the Handset
Setup menu, and then the Distinctive Ring submenu.
2) Press /vol/ or /vol/ to select On or Off.
3) Press the OK soft key. You will hear a confirmation tone.
Setting the Autotalk
Autotalk allows you to answer the phone simply by removing the handset from the cradle. You do not
have to push any buttons to answer the call.
On
Off
BACK
1) Press the MENU soft key. Select the Handset
Setup menu, and then the Autotalk submenu.
2) Press /vol/ or /vol/ to select On or Off.
3) Press the OK soft key. You will hear a confirmation tone.
Setting Anykey Answer
Auto Talk
Anykey Answer allows you to answer the phone by pressing any number key, /tone/
on the handset.
#/
OK
or
Anykey Answer
On
Off
BACK
1) Press menu/del. Select the Handset Setup
Menu, and then the Anykey Answer submenu.
/vol/ to select On or Off
2) Press /vol/ or
3) Press the OK soft key. You will hear a confirmation tone.
[20]
OK
GETTING STARTED
Distinctive Ringer Setup
Setting the True Banner
True Banner lets you customize the name your handset displays.
The name will be displayed on the LCD screen during Standby Mode,
Intercom, Intercom Hold, Room Monitor, and Copy Phonebook operation.
The banner name will be displayed on the receiving handset as well.
1) Press the MENU soft key.
Select the Handset Setup menu,
and then the Banner submenu.
2) Use the number keypad (0-9), /tone/
Or DELETE to enter or edit the name.
Banner
Moms Phone #1
------------
,#/
,
BACK
DELETE
OK
3) Press the OK soft key.
You will hear a confirmation tone.
Adjusting the LCD Contrast
Contrast adjusts the Handset LCD brightness. Choose one of the ten levels for optimum
viewing.
1) Press the MENU soft key. Select the Handset Setup
menu, and then the Contrast submenu.
2) Press /vol/ or
LCD (ten levels).
/vol/
to adjust the contrast of the
3) Press the OK soft key.
You will hear a confirmation tone.
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Key Touch Tone is the tone your keypad makes when keys are pressed. You can turn this
tone on or off.
1) Press the MENU soft key.
Select the Handset Setup menu, and then the Key
Touch Tone submenu.
2) Press
/vol/
or
/vol/
Key Touch Tone
On
Off
BACK
to select On or Off
OK
3) Press the OK soft key.
You will hear a confirmation tone.
Setting the Animation Screen
The Animation screen displays animation on the handset
LCD. The animations will be displayed on the LCD screen
during a call, ringer volume setting, when you hang up, and
so on.
REDIAL
1) Press the MENU soft key. Select the Handset
Setup menu and then the Animation Screen
submenu.
2) Press
/vol/
or
/vol/
Ringer Volume
MENU
Animation Screen
On
Off
BACK
OK
to select On or Off.
3) Press the OK soft key. You will hear a
confirmation tone. See "Animation Displays" on
page 7 for all the available screens.
[22]
GETTING STARTED
Setting the Key Touch Tone
Global Setup
If you change one of the global settings, you change that setting for all registered
handsets and the base. Only one handset or the base can change global settings at a time.
! For setting the
Day and Time, the
idle time-outs
extended to 2
minutes.
! Caller ID on Call
Waiting is
currently
unavailable in New
Zealand.
Setting Day and Time
Day & Time sets the day and time of your display.
Day & Time
1) Press MENU soft key. Select the Global Setup menu,
MON 12:00 AM
and then the Day & Time submenu option.
[ / ]
2) Press
/vol/ or /vol/ to select the day
BACK
SAVE
of the week, and then the soft key.
3) Press
soft key
/vol/ or /vol/ to set hour, and then the
4) Press
soft key
/vol/ or /vol/ to set minute, and then the
5) Press
/vol/ or /vol/ to choose AM or PM, and then the SAVE soft key.
You will hear a confirmation tone.
Setting Caller ID on Call Waiting (CIDCW)
Caller ID on Call Waiting (CIDCW) displays the name and number of an incoming call while
you are on the line.
1) Press the MENU soft key. Select the Global Setup menu,
and then the CIDCW submenu.
2) Press
/vol/ or /vol/ to select On or Off.
3) Press the OK soft key.
You will hear a confirmation tone.
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On
Off
BACK
CIDCW
OK
Dial Mode sets the dial mode to tone or pulse. Most phone systems use tone dialing; the
default setting is tone dialing. Set the dialing mode to match the dialing system used by your
local phone service.
!
If you are not sure of your dialing system, make a trial call. If the call connects,
leave the setting as is; otherwise set the unit to pulse dialing.
!
If your phone system requires pulse dialing and you need to send DTMF tones in
certain situations during a call, you may switch over to tone dialing (refer to "Tone
Dialing Switch-over" on page 32).
1) Press the MENU soft key. Select the Global Setup menu,
and then the Dial Mode submenu.
2) Press
/vol/ or /vol/
initial setting is Tone).
to select Tone or Pulse (the
3) Press the OK soft key. You will hear a confirmation tone.
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Tone
Pulse
BACK
Dial Mode
OK
GETTING STARTED
Setting the Dial Mode (Australia Only)
Setting Name Tag
The Name Tag feature works with the Caller Display number from Caller ID. A subscription
to this service is required from your network provider. There is usually a fee for this service.
When the phone rings the caller display number, when received will be compared to
numbers stored in the phonebook. If there is a match any name stored with the phonebook
number will be displayed.
1) Press the MENU soft key. Select the Global Setup menu,
and then the Name Tag submenu.
2) Press
/vol/ or /vol/ to select On or
Off (the initial setting is On).
Name Tagging
On
Off
BACK
OK
3) Press the OK soft key.
You will hear a confirmation tone.
Setting the Insert Zero
This feature adds '0' or '00' to the number, when you receive Caller ID messages. The
default setting for New Zealand is On. The default setting for Australia is Off.
1) Press MENU soft key. Select the Global Setup menu,
and then the Insert 0 submenu.
2) Press
/vol/
or
/vol/
to select On or Off.
3) Press the OK soft key.
You will hear a confirmation tone.
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On
Off
BACK
Insert 0
OK
1) In standby mode, select Deregister HS in the
menu and press the OK soft key.
De register HS? appears.
De register HS?
Yes
No
BACK
2) Press /vol/ or /vol/ to select Yes,
and then the OK soft key. When deregistration is complete you will hear a
confirmation tone and De-registration
Complete appears.
3) After de-registering the handset, place the
handset to the base to register. You must reregister the handset before you can use it.
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OK
GETTING STARTED
De-register the Handset
Making and Receiving Calls
With the handset's duplex speakerphone, you can have
hands-free conversations.
! For best
performance talk
alternately with the
caller in a quiet
room. You can
decrease the
speaker volume if
you or the other
party has difficulty
hearing
The
icon appears on the display screen during hands-free
conversations.
You can easily switch a call from normal conversation to
hands-free conversation. To switch a call, press speaker
during the call.
Talk
MUTE
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0:00
Privacy
From the handset
From the Handset
Normal conversation
To answer a call
Hands-free conversation
! To set "Autotalk",
see page 20 or to
set "Anykey
Answer" see page
20.
Handset On the Cradle
Pickup the handset (AutoTalk is:
on) or pick up the handset and
press talk/flash (AutoTalk is: off).
Handset Off the Cradle
Press speaker.
To make a ca ll
Handset Off the Cradle
1) Press talk/flash.
2) Listen for the dial tone.
3) Dial the number. OR Dial the
number, and then press
talk/flash.
Handset Off the Cradle
1) Press speaker.
2) Listen for the dial tone.
3) Dial the number. OR Dial
the number, and then press
speaker.
To hang up
Press end or return the handset to the cradle (AutoStandby).
To enter a pause
within the dialing
sequence
When you dial the number in standby mode, press the PAUSE
soft key. P appears in the display, which represents a pause.
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! The handset
microphone is
located at the
bottom of the
handset. (see
"Controls and
Functions" on
page 4). Position
yourself as near to
the handset as
possible and speak
clearly.
! If the line is in use
by another
handset(s),
"Line In Use"
appears in the
display of all
registered
handsets that are
not in use.
BASICS
Handset Off the Cradle
Press any number key,*/tone/<,
or #/>(Any Key Answer),or
press talk/flash.
Call Waiting
If you have Call Waiting service and a call waiting tone sounds
while you are on a call:
! You must
subscribe
through your local
telephone
company to
receive Call
Waiting or Caller
ID on call waiting
service.
! While a call is on
hold, CIDCW can
not be received.
AUSTRALIA:
Press talk/flash then 2 to switch between callers.
NEW ZEALAND:
Press talk/flash to switch between callers.
Placing a Call on Hold
You can place a call on hold for 5 minutes. When 5 minutes has passed the call is
disconnected
Hold, to transfer
Handset
#2
1) During a call, press intcom/hold.
Handset
#3
The call will be put on hold.
BACK
OK
If you leave a call on hold for more than ten seconds, the display screen
will read, Line On Hold
2) To talk to the caller press talk/flash or speaker on a handset. The phone will return back
to the call.
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Redialing a Call
The last three phone numbers dialed can be quickly redialed
from the handset. Redial numbers stored in the handset are
independent from each other.
Redialing from Standby Mode
1) Press the REDIAL soft key.
2) Press
/vol/ or /vol/ to scroll through the last
three numbers dialed.
3) Press talk/flash or speaker on the handset. The selected
number is dialed.
4) To hang up, press end.
Deleting a Redial Record
1) With the phone in standby mode, press the REDIAL soft key.
2) Press
to display the number to be
/vol/ or /vol/
deleted.
3) Press the DELETE soft key.
4) Press
/vol/ or /vol/ to choose Yes.
5) Press the OK soft key. The redialed number is deleted.
<Redial1>
8007303456
BACK
DELETE STORE
<Redial2>
2749763990
BACK
DELETE STORE
<Redial3>
2453678300
BACK
DELETE STORE
! If the redial
memory is empty,
you will hear a
beep.
Delete redial1?
Yes
No
BACK
OK
BASICS
Storing a Redial Record
1) With the phone in standby mode, press the REDIAL soft key.
2) Press
/vol/ or /vol/
repeatedly to display the
number to be stored.
3) Press the STORE key. Store/Edit Name appears.
4) To complete the setting, follow the steps 3-8 in "Phonebook (Storing Phone Numbers,
Names, Distinctive Rings, and Speed dial)" on page 35.
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! If the number
exceeds 32 digits,
only the first 32
digits are retained
in redial memory.
Adjusting the Ringer, Earpiece and Speaker Volume
Ringer volume
! While charging the
handset you
cannot mute the
ringer tone for the
handset.
In standby mode press
/vol/ or /vol/ on the handset
to select one of three ringer volumes (Off, Low or High)
Earpiece and Speaker Volume
You can select earpiece volume from among four volume
levels on the handset earpiece and six levels on the handset
speaker. Pressing the volume up key or volume down key on
the handset during a call will change the earpiece or speaker
volume. This setting will remain in effect after the telephone
call has ended.
If you press the volume up key when the earpiece is at the maximum volume level,
an error tone sounds. The error tone also sounds if you press the volume down key
at the lowest volume.
Temporarily Muting the Ringer
To mute the ringer tone temporarily for each handset, while the phone
is ringing, press the MUTE soft key on the handset you want to mute. The mute will last for
the current incoming call only. The ringer tone will return to the previous setting starting with
the next incoming call.
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Mute Microphone
You can temporarily mute the microphone so that the caller
cannot hear you.
Talk
1) Press the MUTE soft key during talk mode
(while the phone is in use) to mute the microphone
MUTE
2) Mute On and appear in the display. To cancel
muting, repeat above step again when Mute is set to
on, Mute Off appears.
Mute On
PRIVACY
Tone Dialing Switch-over
(Australia only)
If your telephone company requires pulse dialing,
you can switchover to tone dialing after the call connects. This
feature is useful when you need tone dialing to use any automated
menu systems, such as telephone bank tellers, telephone
prescription refills, customer support menus, etc.
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BASICS
If your phone is set to pulse dialing mode, make your call normally. Once your call connects,
press the /tone/ key. Any digits you enter from then on will be sent as tone digits. When
this particular call ends, the phone automatically returns to pulse dialing mode.
Traveling Out of Range
! You can only mute
the handset ringer
if the handset is
off the cradle
when the phone
starts ringing.
During a call, as you begin to move your handset too far from your base unit, noise
may increase. If you pass the range limits of the base unit, you will hear a beep and see Out
of Range on the display, and then the handset returns to standby mode. You may return to
the call if you move your handset within the range limits of the base and press talk/flash or
speaker within 30 seconds
Privacy Mode
Privacy Mode prevents interruption from other registered handsets or the base.
This works only when the phone is in use.
Press the PRIVACY soft key on the handset
during talk mode. Privacy Mode On and
appear in the display. To exit the Privacy Mode, repeat
above step again. Privacy Mode Off appears.
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Talk
Privacy Mode On
MUTE
PRIVACY
Using One Touch Voice Mail Access
If you subscribe to voice mail service, you can use your phone to access your voice
mailbox. The new message LED flashes whenever you have messages waiting in your
voice mailbox. Just program the handset with your access number,
and you can get your messages at the touch of a button on the handset. (The voice mail
service provider will supply you with the access number. This number may be simply a
phone number. Refer to the provider's literature.)
To program or delete your Voice Mail Access Number, See page 19.
Dialing your Voice Mail Service
Once you've programmed your personal access number, you can dial your mailbox
with the touch of a button. When you have messages, simply press the soft key. If you
have not entered the access number or it has been deleted, when you press
the
soft key, No Number Stored To store number press [MENU] appears and you
will hear a beep. The phone returns to standby mode.
Resetting the New Message LED
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! For New Zealand:
The Telecom Voice
Mail Access
Number is preprogrammed into
speed dial location
4.
BASICS
The LED flashes when you have new messages in the voice mail service. If the LED
remains on after you’ve retrieved your messages, you may need to reset the
indicators. With the phone is in standby mode, press and hold find handset on the
base until the paging sound stops (about 5 seconds).
! You must
subscribe to voice
mail service from
your telephone
company in order
to use this feature.
The voice mail
service company
will provide you
with the access
number.
Phonebook(Storing Phone Numbers, Names, Distinctive Rings, and Speed Dial)
! When the memory
is full, you will hear
a beep and
Memory Full
appears. You
cannot store
names and
numbers.
! The pause key
counts as one
digit. Pressing
PAUSE soft key
more than once
increases the
length of the pause
between numbers.
Each pause
represents a 2
second delay.
You can store names and numbers in your phone’s phonebook, search for names
Alphabetically, and dial phonebook entries with just a few key presses. Phonebook
memory is stored independently in the base and handsets. You can store up to 100
numbers in the base and in each handset.
The phone uses the same memory locations to store phonebook entries and Caller ID
messages. Any empty phonebook locations are used to store Caller ID messages. For
example, if you have stored 100 phonebook entries on your base unit, the base unit will not
store Caller ID messages.
1) When the phone is in standby mode, press phonebook .
The following items appear.
(1st Line) The number of the phone book locations used
(2nd Line) How to search (press the number keypad,
/vol/ or /vol/ )
(3rd Line) How to store (Press the STORE soft key)
(4th Line) The BACK, COPY and STORE soft keys.
Phonebook : 1
Search [A-Z/ / ]
Store [STORE]
2) Press the STORE soft key. Store/Edit Name appears
Store/Edit Name
Movies
3) Enter the name (up to 16 characters) by
using the number keypad (see "Steps for entering
Names and Special Characters" on page 37.
If a name is not required, go to step 4. <No Name> will
be used as the name.
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BACK
BACK
COPY
DELETE
STORE
OK
4) Press OK soft key to store the name; Store/Edit
No. appears.
6) Distinctive Ring appears. Press
/vol/
or
/vol to move the pointer to one of the
Distinctive Ring options and then press the OK soft key.
DELETE
PAUSE
Distinctive Ring
No Selectn
Flicker
BACK
OK
Speed Dial
No Selectn
SPD1:<Empty>
BACK
7) Speed Dial appears. Press /vol/ or /vol
To move the pointer to select the Speed dial
location (10 locations: SPD1-SPD0).
8) Press the OK soft key. You will hear a confirmation
tone, and Done! appears in the display.
OK
OK
Movies
8007303456
Beethoven9/SPD1
Chain Dialing
BACK
DELETE
EDIT
The memory locations in the handset are not limited to phone numbers. You can
also store a group of numbers (up to 20 digits) that you need to enter once your call
connects. This is referred to as Chain Dialing. An example of this is a bank account number.
Store the account number in one of the phonebook locations (refer to "Phonebook (Storing
Phone Numbers, Names, Distinctive Rings and Speed Dial)" on page 35). When you call
your bank and are prompted to enter the
account number, scroll through your phonebook locations until you find your account
number, and then press the DIAL soft key.
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! If you choose not
to store a
Distinctive Ring,
simply select the
"No selection"
option.
! If you choose not
to store the
name/number as a
speed dial simply
choose the "No
selection" option.
PHONEBOOK
5) Use the number keypad, /tone/ or #/
to enter the
phone number (up to 20 digits). If you make an error,
use the DELETE soft key to erase the incorrect digits.
When you are finished, press the OK soft key to store
the number.
Store/Edit No.
8009675543
Steps for Entering Names and Special Characters
Refer to the letters on the number keys to select the desired characters. With each
press of a number key (0-9), the displayed character appears in the following order: Upper
case letters first, lower case letters next and finally the number corresponding to the key.
If you make a mistake while entering a name
Use */ tone/< or #/> to move the cursor to the incorrect character. Press the DELETE soft
key to erase the wrong character, and then enter the correct character. To delete all
characters press and hold the DELETE soft key.
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For example, to enter Movies:
2) Press 6 once, and then press #/> to move the cursor to the right.
3) Press 6 six times.
4) Press 8 six times.
5) Press 4 six times.
6) Press 3 five times.
7) Press 7 eight times.
8) When finished, press the OK soft key.
To continue to store the telephone number, proceed to step 5 in “Phonebook (Storing
Phone Numbers, Names, Distinctive Rings, and Speed dial)” on page 35.
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! If the next
character uses the
same number key,
you must press
#/> to move the
cursor over.
Otherwise the next
time you press the
number key, it
changes the
character that was
previously set.
PHONEBOOK
1) When the phone is in standby mode, press phonebook and the STORE soft
key. Store/Edit Name appears.
Viewing the Phonebook
! During a call, don't
press end on the
handset or the call
will be
disconnected.
Your phone stores names/numbers in the phonebook memory locations, and you
can search names in alphabetical order. You can view the phonebook even while
the phone is in use.
1) Press phonebook. If you recall the phonebook during a
call, the COPY and STORE soft key will not appear.
2) Press
/vol/ or /vol/ or the number keypad to
scroll through the phonebook locations. Phonebook
locations appear in alphabetical order (from first to last
when you press /vol/ from last to first when you
press
/vol/ ).
Phonebook : 100
Search [A-Z/ / ]
Store [STORE]
BACK
COPY
You can also use the letters on the number keys to select the first letter of the
desired name. Press a number key (2-9 and 0) once for the first letter, twice for
the second letter, and so on. The first location that begins with the letter you
entered appears.
For example, to search for an entry beginning with the letter M, press 6 once.
Press
/vol/ or /vol/ , until the phonebook location is displayed.
3) To finish the viewing operation:
From the Handset-press end (or the BACK soft key or talk/flash during a call).
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STORE
Making Calls Using the Phonebook
2) Press talk/flash or speaker on the handset. The
displayed number is dialed.
Movies
8007303456
Beethoven9/SPD1
BACK
DELETE
EDIT
3) To hang up, press end .
From Talk Mode
1) Press talk/flash or speaker.
2) View the phonebook location to dial (see "Viewing the Phonebook" on page 39).
3) Press the DIAL soft key. The number displayed in the phonebook location is dialed.
4) To hang up, press end.
Speed Dialing
You can program up to ten speed dial numbers in each handset and the base.
You must program a speed dial number before you can use the speed dialing feature. When
the phone is in standby mode, press and hold a number key (0-9)
associated with the speed dial location desired until the phone number appears;
then press talk/flash or speaker. The number stored in that speed dial location (SPD1 SPD0) is then dialed.
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! For New Zealand:
Telecom access
numbers are preprogrammed into
speed dial
locations as
follows.
! Divert On : SPD1
! Divert Off : SPD2
! Block CID: SPD3
! Messages: SPD4
! Directory: SPD6
PHONEBOOK
From Standby Mode
1) When the phone is in standby mode, view the phonebook
location to dial (see "Viewing the Phonebook" on page 39).
Editing or Erasing a Stored Name, Phone Number, Distinctive
Ring and Speed Dial
1) When the phone is in standby mode, press phonebook.
2) Use
/vol/ or /vol/ or the number keypad to select
desired phonebook entry (see "Viewing the Phonebook"
on page 39).
a. Editing the stored data.
1) When the phonebook location to be edited appears, press
the EDIT soft key. Store/Edit Name appears.
2) Follow the steps 3-7 under "Phone book (Storing phone
numbers, names, distinctive rings and speed dial)" on
page 35 to complete the editing operation.
Phonebook : 100
Search [A-Z/ / ]
Store [STORE]
BACK
COPY
STORE
Store/Edit Name
Uniden Corp
BACK
DELETE
OK
3) Press the OK soft key. You will hear a confirmation tone.
b. Deleting the stored data.
1) When the phonebook location to be deleted appears,
press the DELETE soft key. Delete Memory? appears.
2) Press
/vol/
or
/vol/
to move the pointer to yes.
Delete Memory?
Yes
No
BACK
3) Press the OK soft key. You will hear a confirmation tone and Deleted! appears.
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OK
Copying Phonebook Locations
1) When the phone is in standby mode, press phonebook.
2) Press the COPY key.
3) Press
/vol/ or /vol/ to select the handset to
which you want to transfer the phonebook locations and
then press the OK soft key.
4) Press
/vol/ or /vol/ to select One Memory or
All Memory, and then press the OK soft key. If you
select All Memory, Are you sure? appears on the
display screen.
Press /vol/ or /vol/ to select Yes,
and then press the OK soft key.
If you select One Memory, press
/vol/ or /vo/ ,
or the number key (2-9 and 0) to select the phonebook
location you want to export and then press the COPY
soft key.
5) The phonebook locations will be transferred to the
handset. Copying appears along with the name of the
receiving handset. When the transfer is completed,
Done! Appears.
To which unit?
Handset
#2
Handset
#3
BACK
Copy Phonebook
One Memory
All Memories: xxx
BACK
To select
Phonebook
press [A-Z/ / ]
BACK
Copying
Handset
#2
CANCEL
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! This feature can
only be used with
multiple handsets.
OK
OK
! If the memory
location on the
receiving handset
is full, and cannot
store the
phonebook
locations, you will
hear a beep.
PHONEBOOK
Copy Phonebook allows you to transfer stored phonebook locations from handset to other
handset without having to manually re-enter names and numbers. You can transfer one
memory (phonebook location) at a time, or all memory locations at once.
Caller ID and CIDCW (Caller ID on Call Waiting)
! If you answer a
call before the
Caller ID message
is received, the
Caller ID message
will not appear.
! When the call is
received via a
Telephone
company that does
not offer Caller ID
service, the
caller’s phone
number and name
does not appear.
(This includes
some international
Calls.)
! When the call is
received via a
private branch
exchange (PBX),
the caller's phone
number and name
may not appear.
You must subscribe to Caller ID services through your local telephone provider to
use these features. CIDCW (Caller ID on Call Waiting) is available in Australia only.
When the telephone rings, the Caller ID feature allows you to view the caller’s name, phone
number, date and time of call. With CIDCW (Caller ID on Call Waiting), you will hear a call
waiting tone while you are on a call, and the Caller ID data is displayed. To accept the
waiting call, press talk/flash on the handset. Additionally, you can dial a number stored in
the Caller ID list or save data to your phonebook locations.
Important:
Memory locations for Caller ID messages and phonebook locations (including Speed Dials)
are common; you can store up to all 100 locations for each handset and the base. A Caller
ID message is not stored when you have stored 100 of the phonebook locations. When you
have stored all 100 of the phonebook locations and Caller ID messages in total, the earliest
Caller ID message is overwritten.
The date and time received
Caller's name
Caller's phone number
10/12 11:20AM
Jane Smith
2145551234
When the Caller ID message is received, the display shows the caller's phone number along
with the date and time. The incoming call information is stored in the Caller ID record. If the
Caller ID service includes the caller's name, the name will appear in the display (up to 15
characters).
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You may receive any one of the following messages:
When a private name is received; Private
When a private number is received; Private
When a unknown name is received; Unavailable
When a unknown number is received;
Unavailable
When invalid data is received; Incomplete Data
When an overseas call(0000) is received (New Zealand only); overseas call
Data errors appear as " .”
CALLER ID
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Viewing the Caller ID List
! The number of
calls from the
same Caller ID
appears next to
the received time.
Once you view the
new message,
the number will
disappear.
The Caller ID list stores information for incoming calls - even unanswered calls. You can
store up to 100 Caller ID messages and phonebook locations (including Speed Dials) for
each handset and the base. You can view the Caller ID list through the handset and base
during a call or when the phone is in standby mode.
1) Press cid .
The summary screen appears. The screen
shows the number of new messages and total
messages.
2) To view the Caller ID messages in historical
order (newest to oldest or from oldest to newest),
use,
/vol/ or /vol/ to scroll through the messages
from the latest to the earliest, or
/vol/ or /vol/ to
scroll back through the messages.
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Caller ID
New : 5
Total : 25
BACK
DELETE
To view the Caller ID messages with alphabetical search, press the number key pad (2-9
and 0) with the letter associated with the first letter of the desired message.
Once you view the Caller ID list with alphabetical search, you cannot
switch back to historical order unless you exit and re-enter the operation.
! During a call,
don’t press
end or the call
will disconnect.
3) To finish the viewing operation:
Press end (or the BACK soft key or talk/flash during a call).
Deleting a Caller ID Message
1) When the phone is in standby mode, view the Caller ID
information to be deleted (see "Viewing the Caller ID List"
on page 45).
3) Press
/vol/
or
/vol/
Delete Caller ID
Yes
No
BACK
2) Press the DELETE soft key on. Delete Caller ID
appears
! Once the Caller ID
data has been
deleted, the
information cannot
be retrieved
OK
to select Yes.
4) Press the OK soft key. You will hear a confirmation tone.
CALLER ID
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Deleting all Caller ID names/numbers
1) When the phone is in standby mode, press cid.
! Once the Caller ID
data has been
deleted, the
information cannot
be retrieved
2) Press the DELETE soft key.
Delete All? Appears.
3) Press
/vol/
or
/vol/
Caller ID
New : 50
Total : 50
BACK
DELETE
to choose Yes.
4) Press the OK soft key. You will hear a
confirmation tone.
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Delete All?
Yes
No
BACK
OK
Using the caller ID Message List
Calling a Party from the Caller ID List
1) When the phone is in standby mode, select the
Caller ID message (see "Viewing the Caller ID
List" on page 45).
10/12 11:20AM
Jane Smith
2145551234
BACK
2) Press talk/flash or speaker. The displayed phone
Number will be dialed automatically
DELETE
Talk mode
1) When the phone is in talk mode, select the Caller ID message you want to dial
(see "Viewing the Caller ID List" on page 45).
2) Press the DIAL soft key, and the number will be dialed.
! If the CallerID
message does not
have the number,
you cannot store
the message in the
Phonebook. If it
was received as
private/unknown
name, the
message will be
stored as <No
Name>.
! Even if the 100
memory locations
are full, the
message will be
stored in the
Phonebook.
However, the
message will be
erased from the
Caller ID list.
CALLER ID
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STORE
Storing Caller ID messages in the Phonebook
Messages shown in the Caller ID list can be stored in the phonebook. The phone number
and name of the party on the Caller ID list can be stored in memory.
1) When the phone is in standby mode, select the Caller ID message to be stored.
Then press the STORE soft key. Store/Edit Name appears. If the Caller ID message is
already stored in memory, you will hear a beep and This data is already stored!! appears.
The number will not be stored.
2) To complete the setting, follow the steps 3-8 in "Phonebook (Storing Phone Numbers,
Names, Distinctive Rings, and Speed dial)" on page 35
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The features in this section require a minimum of two handsets
to operate. To add additional handsets to your system, see
“Expanding Your Phone” on page 14.
! Handsets can be in
Direct Link mode
while other
handsets are in
use.
Using DirectLink Mode
To use this feature you must enter the handsets into
Directlink Mode first. To enter Directlink Mode see page 17.
DirectLink call
1) When the phone is in DirectLink standby mode, press
Directlink soft key (example of DirectLink from
handset #1).
2) Select the handset to which you wish to DirectLink with by
pressing the number keys (0-9). Your handset will then
page the other handset.
3) On the receiving handset, press talk/flash,
the ANSWER soft key, or if Any Key Answer is
, or /
on, press any number key, /tone/
Sun 12:00A
Handset
#1
Directlink Mode
CANCEL
DirectLink
To DirectLink
a handset
press [1-9,0]
BACK
.
4) When you finish your conversation, press end or the END
soft key on either handset. Return the handset to the
cradle, or press CANCEL soft key, and then OK soft key
to return to normal standby mode (canceling
DirectLinkmode).
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DirectLink
Handset
#2
END
MULTI - HANDSET FEATURES
Multi-Handset Features
3-Way Conferencing
The phone permits 3-way conversations between 2 handsets and an outside line.
1) Initiate the call normally. Once the call is in progress, other people can join the call.
2) To join a conference call, press talk/flash or speaker to use the handset speaker phone.
3) To leave a conference call, simply hang up as you normally would. All other parties will
remain connected.
4) To end a conference call completely, all local parties must hang up. The conference call
will also end when the calling party hang up.
Intercom/Call Transfer Feature
The intercom feature lets you communicate with another handset without using the phone
line.
Intercom
1) With the phone in standby mode, press intcom/hold.
2) Select the handset you want to talk with within 30
seconds. To select the handset press,
/vol/ or /vol/
and then press the OK soft key. If you select All, all other
handsets will be paged. An intercom tone
sounds. To cancel intercom, Press the CANCEL soft key on
the initiating handset.
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To Intercom
Handset #2
Handset #3
BACK
OK
Intercom
Handset
#1
ANSWER
! If you receive an
outside/intercom
call or page while
selecting the other
handset (or the
base), the
operation will be
canceled.
4) To hang up the intercom call, press end or the END soft key on either handset.
Call Transfer Feature
1) During a call, press intcom/hold on the handset.
2) Select the handset you want to talk with within 10
seconds. To select the handset press,
/vol/ or /vol/ and then press the OK soft key.
Hold, to transfer
Handset
#2
Handset
#3
BACK
OK
If you select All, all other handsets and the base will be paged. An intercom tone
sounds. To cancel intercom, Press the CANCEL soft key on the initiating handset.
3) To answer a page, press talk/flash, or intcom/hold or the ANSWER soft key.
If Any Key Answer is enabled, pressing a number key, /tone/ ,or / will answer
the page. If AutoTalk is enabled, you can answer the page simply by picking up the
handset.
4) To speak to the caller, press talk/flash on the receiving handset.
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! If the party does
not answer within
one minute, the
operation is
canceled.
MULTI - HANDSET FEATURES
3) To answer a page, press talk/flash, or intcom/hold or
the ANSWER soft key.
If Any Key Answer is enabled, pressing a number key,
/tone/ ,or / will answer the page. If AutoTalk is
enabled, you can answer the page simply by picking up
the handset.
Changing the Digital Security Code
! If the battery pack
is completely
drained, the
handset will not
beep when
paging.
The digital security code is an identification code used to connect the handset and the base
unit. Normally, setting the code is not necessary. In the rare situation that you suspect
another cordless telephone is using the same security code, you can change the code. To
change the digital security code:
1) De-register all the handsets you have (see “De-register the handset“ on page 26).
2) Register the handsets by following step 2-3 in “Registering the handset“ on page 15.
Find Handset
To locate the handset, press find handset on the base when the phone is in standby mode.
All registered handsets beep for 60 seconds, and Paging appears on the handset display.
To cancel paging, press any key on the handset or find handset on the base.
Installing the Beltclip
To attach the beltclip
Insert the beltclip into the holes on each side of the handset.
Press down until it clicks.
To remove the beltclip
Pull either side of the beltclip to release the tabs from the holes.
Headset Installation
Your phone can be used with an optional headset. To use this
feature, insert the headset plug into the headset pack. Your phone is
ready for hands-free conversations. (Headset can be purchased
from a retailer or by visiting the web site. See page 56.)
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Note on Power Sources
Power Failure
During the period that the power is off, you will note be able to make or receive calls with the
telephone.
Battery replacement and handling
When the operating time becomes short even after a battery is recharged, please
replace the battery. With normal usage, your battery should last about one year.
Please contact your place of purchase or the Uniden Parts Department for a
replacement battery.
Caution
• Use only the specified Uniden battery pack (BT- 446).
• Do not remove the batteries from the handset to charge them.
• Never throw the battery into a fire, disassemble them, or heat them.
• Do not remove or damage the battery casing.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Warning
To avoid the risk of personal injury or property damage from fire or electrical shock,
only use the Uniden battery model and Uniden adapter model specifically
designated for this product.
Low Battery Alert
When the battery pack is very low, the phone is programmed to eliminate functions
in order to save power.
The battery pack needs to be charged when:
- The empty battery icon appears.
- Low Battery appears in the display.
If the phone is in standby mode, none of keys will
operate. If you are on a call, complete your conversation as
quickly as possible, and return the handset to the cradle.
Low Battery
Cleaning the battery charging contacts
To maintain a good charge, clean the charging contacts on the handset once a
month. Dampen a cloth with plain water. Gently rub the damp cloth over the
charging contacts until all visible dirt is removed.
Dry the contacts thoroughly before returning the handset to the
base.
Caution: Do not use paint thinner, benzene,
alcohol, or other chemical products.
Doing so may discolour the surface of the
telephone and damage the finish.
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General Information
Operating temperature:
0 °C to +50 °C (+ 32 °F to +122 °F)
AC Adapter Information
AC Adapter part number: AAD-041S for the base
Input Voltage: 230-240VAC 50Hz
Output Voltage: 9V DC 350mA
AAD-210 for the charger
230-240 VAC 50Hz
9V DC 210mA
Battery Information
Battery part number: BT- 446
Capacity: 800mAh, 3.6V
Recharge your phone on a regular basis by returning the handset to the base after
each phone call. When the operating time becomes short even after the battery is
recharged, please replace the battery. With normal usage, the battery should last
about one year.
Please contact your retailer for replacement adapters or batteries or visit our website
at www.uniden.com.au or www.uniden.co.nz.
Specifications, features, and availability of optional accessories are all subject to
change without prior notice.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
• To avoid damage to the phone use only Uniden AAD-041S and BT- 446, and
AAD-210 with your phone.
• If the handset is left off of the base, the actual Talk mode duration will be
reduced respective to the amount of time the handset is off the base.
Troubleshooting
If your phone is not performing to your expectations, please try these simple steps first. If these steps do not solve
your problem, visit our website for further information (www.uniden.com.au or www.uniden.co.nz).
Symptom
Suggestion
The charge LED won't
illuminate when the handset
is placed in the cradle.
•
•
•
Make sure the AC adapter is plugged into the charger and wall outlet.
Make sure the handset is properly seated in the cradle.
Make sure the charging contacts on the handset are clean.
The audio sounds weak.
•
•
Move the handset and/ or base away from metal objects or appliances and try again.
Make sure that you are not too far from the base.
•
•
Make sure that you are not too far from the base.
Make sure the line is not in use. If call is already using a line, you cannot use that
line to make another outside call.
Check both ends of the base telephone line cord.
Make sure the AC adapter is plugged into the base and wall outlet.
Disconnect the AC adapter for a few minutes, and then reconnect it.
De- register the handset (see “De- register the Handset” on page 26) and register
the handset (see “Register the Handset” on page 15).
Can't make or receive calls.
The handset doesn't ring or
receive a page.
During power failure, can't
make or receive a call.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Make sure that you are not too far from the base.
Charge the batteries in the handset for 15- 20 hours by placing the handset on
charging cradle.
De- register the handset (see “De- register the Handset” on page 26) and register
the handset (see “Register the Handset” on page 15).
Make sure to use corded base handset to make or receive a call.
Make sure that TEL line cord is connected firmly.
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Suggestion
•
•
Keep the handset away from microwave ovens, computers, remote control toys,
wireless microphones, alarm systems, intercoms, room monitors, fluorescent lights,
and electrical appliances.
Move to another location or turn off the source of interference.
The Caller ID does not
display.
•
•
•
The handset was picked up before the second ring.
The call was placed through a switchboard.
Call your local telephone company to verify your Caller ID service is current. There
may be a problem with your Caller ID service.
You cannot register the
handset
at the base.
•
•
Charge the battery pack for 15- 20 hours.
De- register the handset (see “De- register the Handset” on page 26) and register
the handset (see “Register the Handset” on page 15).
Make sure that you have registered all handsets.
The handset doesn't
communicate with other
Handsets.
•
•
•
De- register the handset (see “De- register the Handset” on page 26) and register
the handset (see “Register the Handset” on page 15).
Make sure there are not two handsets already using the conference feature.
Make sure that another handset or base is not in privacy mode.
An extra handset can't join
the conversation.
•
Make sure that another handset is not in privacy mode.
•
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
Severe noise interference.
Liquid Damage
Moisture and liquid can damage your cordless phone. In case of accidental submersion, please
read the following steps.
Case
Action
If the handset or base is
exposed to moisture or
liquid, but it only affects the
exterior plastic housing.
Wipe off the liquid, and use as normal.
If moisture or liquid has
entered the plastic- housing
(i. e. liquid can be heard in
the phone or liquid has
entered the handset battery
compartment or vent
openings on the base).
Handset:
1) Remove the battery cover and leave it off for ventilation.
2) Remove the battery pack by disconnecting.
3) Leave the battery cover off and the battery pack disconnected for at least 3 days.
4) Once the handset is completely dry, reconnect the battery pack and he battery
cover.
5) Recharge the handset's battery pack for 20 hours before using again.
Base:
1) Disconnect the AC adapter from the base unit, cutting off electrical power.
2) Disconnect the telephone cord from the base unit.
3) Let dry for at least 3 days.
IMPORTANT: You must unplug the telephone line while recharging the battery pack
to avoid charge interruption.
CAUTION: DO NOT use a microwave oven to speed up the drying process. This will
cause permanent damage to the handset, base and the microwave oven. After
following these steps, if your cordless telephone does not work, please visit our
website for further information (www.uniden.com.au or www.uniden.co.nz).
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Memory List
MEMORY LIST
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Memo
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Memo
MEMO
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Index
0- 9
20 ring options
3- Way Conferencing
19
51
A
Animation screen
Anykey Answer
AutoTalk
7
20
20
B
Banner
Battery
Replacement and handling
Beltclip
C
Call transfer feature
Caller ID
Call Waiting
Caller ID services
Calling
CIDCW
Deleting
Setting
Storing
Viewing
Chain dialing
Clock
Contrast
Copying phonebook
21
54
53
52
29
43
48
43
47
23
49
45
36
23
21
42
D
De- register the handset
Dial mode
Digital security code
DirectLink
Distinctive ringer
26
24
53
17
20
E, F, G, H
Earpiece volume
Expanding your phone
General information
Global Setup
Hands- free conversation
Headset installation
Hold
31
14
56
23
28
53
29
I, J, K, L
Intercom
Key touch tone
Liquid damage
51
22
59
M, N, O
Making a call
Mute
27
32
P, Q
Page
Phonebook
Editing
Erasing
Making calls
Storing
Viewing
53
41
41
40
35
39
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Privacy Mode
33
R
Receiving a call
Redialing a call
Register the handset
Ringer Adjusting
Room / baby monitor
27
30
15
31
18
S
Setting up
Base unit
Extra handset
Handset
Menu options
Soft Key
Speed dialing
T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
Transferring a call
Troubleshooting
Voice Mail Tone
Warranty
9
10
14
11, 19
17
8
40
52
57
34
66
Main Menu Flow Chart
SUN 12:00A
Handset
#1
New CID:
5
REDIAL
MENU
MENU
Directlink Mode
Room Monitor
Handset Setup
Directlink Mode
Room Monitor
Handset Setup
OK
BACK
To enter
Directlink mode
press [ENTER]
BACK
or
SUN 12:00A
Handset
#1
Directlink mode
CANCEL
BACK
OK
ENTER
ENTER
OK
BACK
OK
Directlink Mode
Room Monitor
Handset Setup
Directlink
To Room Monitor
Handset
Handset
Handset
Handset
Handset
Handset
Handset
Handset
Handset
BACK
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OK
OK
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7
#8
#9
#0
OK
or
<HANDSET SETUP>
Edit Voice mail
Ringer Tones
Distinctive Ring
Auto Talk
Anykey Answer
Banner
Contrast
Key Touch Tone
Animation Screen
BACK
OK
Main Menu Flow Chart
Room Monitor
Handset Setup
Global Setup
OK
BACK
<Global SETUP>
Day & Time
CIDCW
Dial Mode
Name Tag
Insert 0
BACK
Australia Version
or
OK
Deregister HS?
Yes
No
OK
BACK
OK
OK
<Global SETUP>
Day & Time
CIDCW
Name Tag
Insert 0
BACK
OK
BACK
<Global Setup>
OK
or
Handset Setup
Global Setup
Deregister HS
Deregistration
Complete
Place handset
on main base
to register
OK
New Zealand Version
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One Year Limited Warranty
Important: Evidence of original purchase is required for warranty service.
Warrantor: Uniden Australia Pty Limited A.B.N. 58 001 865 498 Uniden New Zealand Limited
Warranty is only valid in the original country of purchase.
ELEMENT OF WARRANTY: Uniden warrants to the original retail owner for the duration of this warranty, its DSS7815/DSS7815+1 (herein after
referred to as the Product), to be free from defects in materials and craftsmanship with only the limitations or exclusions set out below.
WARRANTY DURATION: This warranty to the original retail owner only, shall terminate and be of no further effect 12 months
after the date of original retail sale. This warranty will be deemed invalid if the product is;
(A) Damaged or not maintained as reasonable and necessary,
(B) Modified, altered or used as part of any conversion kits, subassemblies, or any configurations not sold by Uniden,
(C) Improperly installed,
(D) Repaired by someone other than an authorized Uniden Repair Agent for a defect or malfunction covered by this warranty,
(E) Used in conjunction with any equipment or parts or as part of a system not manufactured by Uniden.
PARTS COVERED: This warranty covers for one (1) year, the Base unit and handset ((DSS7815) or base, charger and handsets (DSS7815+1).
All accessories (AC Adapter etc)are covered for 90 days only.
STATEMENT OF REMEDY: In the event that the product does not conform to this warranty at any time while this warranty is in
effect, the warrantor at its discretion, will repair the defect or replace the product and return it to you without charge for parts
or service. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER OR PROVIDE FOR THE REIMBURSEMENT OR PAYMENT OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. THIS GUARANTEE IS IN ADDITION TO AND DOES NOT IN ANY WAY AFFECT YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THE
CONSUMER GUARANTEE ACT.
UNIDEN AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
SERVICE DIVISION
UNIDEN NEW ZEALAND LIMITED
SERVICE DIVISION
345 Princes Highway,
Rockdale,
NSW 2216,
AUSTRALIA
Fax: (02) 9599 3278
www.uniden.com.au
150 Harris Road,
East Tamaki,
Auckland,
NEW ZEALAND
Fax: (09) 274 4253
www.uniden.co.nz
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WARRANTY
PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING PERFORMANCE OR WARRANTY: In the event that the product does not conform to this warranty, the Product
should be shipped or delivered, freight pre-paid, with evidence of original purchase (eg. a copy of the sales docket), to
the warrantor at:
THANK YOU FOR BUYING A UNIDEN PRODUCT.
(c) 2005 Uniden Australia Pty Limited. Uniden New Zealand Ltd. Printed in China UPZZ01748BA(0)