FP204
LCD Display
Caller ID
Speaker Phone
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CONTENTS
Introduction ..............................................................................................1
Features ........................................................................................1
Included in your package .............................................................1
Location and Controls ..............................................................................2
Setup ......................................................................................................2
Connecting Line Cords and AC Adaptors ...................................3
Setting Time and Date .................................................................3
Optional Backup Battery Installation .......................................................3
Telephone Key and Switch Functions ......................................................5
Display Messages .....................................................................................6
Caller ID ...................................................................................................7
Caller ID Operation ..................................................................................7
Speed Dial Numbers ................................................................................8
Storing One-Touch Speed Dial Numbers ....................................8
Phonebook .................................................................................. 8
Storing name and Number .......................................................... 8
To Review Phonebook ................................................................ 8
To Edit a Phonebook Entry ......................................................... 8
To Delete a Phonebook Entry ..................................................... 8
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................9
Warranty .................................................................................................10
INTRODUCTION
Features
TIP
To get the most from
your phone, please
read the Owner's
Manual thoroughly.
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Caller Display
Up to 99 Caller ID memory
Call Back Function
NEW CALL light
Speaker Phone
Last number redial
Last 10 numbers call back
FLASH button
REDIAL/PAUSE button
Message waiting function
3 one-touch memories
Up to 70 Phonebook memories
Clock
Included in your package
1 - Handset with curly cord and phone base
1 - Telephone line cord
1- Owner's manual
1 - AC Adaptor
1 - Wall Mount Bracket
Optional extras
4 - AAA size 1.5V batteries
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS
LCD
Hook switch
NEW CALL
indicator
This unit is not
waterproof. Do not
expose this product to
rain, water, moisture
or any other liquid.
IN USE indicator
button
phone book
button
Speaker volume
control
button
delete button
Speaker
M1~M3
button
dial button
store button
mute button
redial button
speakerphone
flash button
The earcap of this
telephone may attract
and retain small
metallic objects.
SETUP
AC Adaptor
Line Cord
New Zealand
Australia
Tel Line Adaptor (Not supplied)
Battery
Compartment
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(HI/LO/OFF)
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Connecting Line Cords and AC Adaptor
1. Plug one end of the supplied telephone cord into the telephone line socket located
at the rear of the phone.
2. Plug the other end into the telephone line wall jack.
3. Plug the AC Adaptor lead into the power socket at the rear of the phone.
4. Plug AC Adaptor into a standard wall outlet and switch it on.
Setting Time and Date
If you subscribe to a Caller ID Service, your time and date will automatically be set for you
when you receive your first call to this unit.
1. Press and hold
2. Use
FLASH
and
, display shows SET TIME.
to select the correct number, press
DIAL
to confirm and move
to the next digit, HH:MM DD/MM.
3. Press
DEL
to exit.
OPTIONAL BACKUP BATTERY INSTALLATION
Batteries may be used instead of the supplied AC Adaptor.
If using the AC Adaptor,
Batteries are not
required for normal
operation.
1. Remove the battery compartment cover.
Always ensure
telephone cord is
disconnected before
opening the battery
compartment door and
installing batteries.
Based on ½ hour use per day, good alkaline
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2. Fit 4 x AAA alkaline batteries.
3. Replace the cover.
batteries should last 2-3 months.
4x AA Batteries
Battery
Compartment
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Digit Insert 0 Caller ID
Telecom New Zealand
Customers: this code is
already set to "0N".
Australian Customers:
This code is already set
to "OFF".
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To correctly display and dial Call ID numbers, you may need to insert a digit at the beginning of
your telephone number. (eg: in New Zealand, Telecom requires a '0' to be inserted.)
New Zealand:
If you subscribe to Telecom New Zealand, this code has already been set for you to '0N'. If you
subscribe to another telephone company, please set the insert 0 to "ON".
If this phone is used with a business PABX - consult the PABX manufacturer for the correct setting.
Australia:
For private household telephone lines, set insert 0 to OFF.
If this phone is used with a business PABX - consult the PABX manufacturer for the
correct setting.
While the handset is on the base:
1. Press DEL button twice quickly. INSERT O OFF or INSERT O ON will be displayed.
2. Use
and
to choose on or off.
3. Press DIAL to store.
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TELEPHONE KEY and SWITCH FUNCTIONS
Ring Volume (Hi/Lo/Off)
Set the ring volume switch to the desired level (Hi, Lo or Off). The maximum level is Hi. The
switch is located at the back of the unit.
Ring Pitch (Hi/Lo)
Set the ring pitch switch to the desired level (Hi or Lo). The switch is located at the back of the
unit.
Regular dialling
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone. Then enter the telephone number you wish to call. The
dialled number will appear on the display screen whenever you make a call.
Redial function
To redial the previous number you called. Lift the handset or press
and then press
REDIAL
.
Last 10 number redial
1. With the handset on the cradle press REDIAL .
2. Press
or
to review the last 10 numbers dialled.
3. Pick up the handset or press
to dial the selected number.
Pause function
To insert a temporary pause. Press the REDIAL /pause button during a dialling sequence. For
example, in some cases when dialling an international number you need to place a pause between
the clusters of numbers to allow the telephone company, relaying the call, time to process it. The
number 011-886-22-795-1234 would need to be dialled 011 REDIAL /pause 886, REDIAL /pause
22, REDIAL /pause795, REDIAL /pause 1234.
Mute button
For privacy when you are required to consult with a person standing next to you and do not wish
the party on the line to hear your conversation, press MUTE . MUTE will be displayed. Press MUTE
again to resume the conversation.
Handset Volume (Hi/Lo)
Set the handset volume switch to the desired position (Hi or Lo). The switch is located at the back
of the unit.
For 'Call Waiting' to
operate you must
subscribe to this service
through your local
telephone company.
If you do not have this
service, then pressing
the flash button during a
call may disconnect the
caller.
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Flash button - Call Waiting
If the Call Waiting tone sounds while you are on a call New Zealand: Press the FLASH button to switch between callers.
Australia: Press FLASH then
to switch between callers.
Speaker Button
To switch your call to speaker phone, press
and hang up the handset. To switch
back, simply pick up the handset and speak. You can make, receive and dial in the
speaker mode.
Speaker Volume
During the conversation, you can move the slide control on the right hand side of the
unit to adjust the speaker volume.
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
Message Waiting
MSG
For LCD messages to
operate, you must first
subscribe to the Caller ID
service through your
local telephone company.
If you have arranged a voice mail service with your
telephone company, the LCD screen will display
MESSAGE WAITING for a few seconds after a call is
received. The screen will then display MSG in the upper
left corner until you retrieve the message from the voice
mail service. MESSAGE WAITING will be saved as a
Caller ID record. The MSG function may not be
available in all areas.
Total & New Calls
This displays the total calls received and which of those
are new calls.
No Calls
When all calls have been deleted the screen will display
NO CALL.
Private
If a caller has exercised the option which prevents the
caller's name and number from being sent, the screen
will display PRIVATE.
Repeat Calls
If the same call is received again on the same day,
REPEAT will be displayed in the top right of the LCD
screen.
End of List
This is displayed when you use the review
or
and have reached the top end of the call history list. If
there are no calls in the list the LCD screen displays NO
CALL.
Out of Area
This will be displayed when the caller's telephone
company does not provide Caller ID services or does not
provide name and number services via the long distance
network.
Battery Low Indicator
If you are using batteries, this icon is displayed when the
batteries require replacing.
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CALLER ID
A Caller ID record consists of the following information:
Time and Date of call
Number of new calls or record number
Total calls
The LCD display will not
operate if the AC Adaptor
is not connected or if the
batteries are flat or not
installed.
Caller's number
Caller's name (if available)
CALLER ID OPERATION
New Call Indicator
The red indicator light of your phone will flash when you have New Calls. It will
continue to flash until you have reviewed the calls displayed on the LCD screen.
For Caller ID features to
operate you must first
subscribe to this service
through your local
telephone company.
Review Call Records
Use the review
or
buttons to scroll through the caller list. At the end of the
call record list, END OF LIST will be displayed.
Call Records
Your phone stores up to 99 Call records. When the list is full a new incoming call will
automatically delete the oldest call record.
Call Back feature
You can automatically dial the number of a person who has recently called.
1. Select the caller that you wish to call back by pressing the review
or
button.
2. Pick up the handset of press
and the number will be dialled.
Del button - for deleting Caller ID records
Individual Delete
1. With the handset in its cradle, press
or
buttons or select the number
you wish to delete.
2. Now press the DEL button. The LCD screen will show DEL?
3. To confirm the number chosen is to be deleted, press DEL again. The number
will be deleted.
Delete All
1. With the handset in its cradle, press
or
buttons or select the number
you wish to delete.
2. Press and hold DEL and ALL DEL? will be displayed.
3. Press DEL to delete all records.
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SPEED DIAL NUMBERS
Three speed dial numbers can be programmed into the memory of your telephone
( M1 - M3 ). Each memory location can store a maximum of 16 digits.
A Speed Dial label has
been provided to
record Speed Dial
names. You may wish
to stick it on the inside
of the handset.
Storing One-Touch Speed Dial Numbers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press STORE . The LCD shows -->
Enter phone number using the keypad (up to 16 digits).
Press STORE . The LCD shows -->?.
Press the speed dial location you wish to store the number to
The LCD shows SAVE OK.
M1
-
M3
.
Dialing One-Touch Numbers
To dial a stored memory number:
1. Pick up the handset or press
.
2. Press the desired speed dial button,
M1
-
M3
.
PHONEBOOK
Storing Name and Number
1. Press and hold PHONEBOOK until a new entry appears with the cursor at the second
line.
2. Enter the number using the keypad (up to 20 digits). Press REDIAL to insert a pause
P. Use DEL to delete previous digit. Press PHONEBOOK to confirm number.
3. Enter the name using the keypad. Press DIAL to move the cursor to the right. Use
Delete to delete previous digit. Press PHONEBOOK to confirm name. Number and
Name are stored and cursor appears at new entry.
To Review Phonebook
Press PHONEBOOK . Use
or
to review. You can quickly review an entry by
pressing the first letter of the name, the LCD will display the matching name(s).
To Edit a Phonebook Entry
Review an entry as per instructions above. Press and hold PHONEBOOK until the first
character of the name flashes. Edit the name or press DEL to move cursor to edit the
number.
To Delete a Phonebook Entry
During review process select the entry you wish to delete. Press
shows DEL? Press DEL again to delete the entry.
DEL
once, the LCD
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Blank or faint screen
Check the line cord, AC Adaptor or replace batteries.
Batteries not lasting
Review new calls immediately to prevent the new call light flashing for extended
periods.
Based on ½ hour use per day, good alkaline batteries should last 2-3
months.
Caller ID will not work properly
Your phone stores up to 99 Call records. When the list is full a new incoming call will
automatically delete the oldest call record.
Phone will not ring
You may have too many communication devices connected to a single line.
A communication device can be a phone, a modem or fax machine. Disconnect some
devices.
Check that Ring Volume switch at rear of phone is not set to OFF.
How can the listening volume be increased?
Adjust the handset volume switch at the rear of the phone OR adjust the speaker
volume control on the right side of the phone.
No dial tone
Verify that you are using the correct line cord and that it is plugged in correctly.
Caller ID
Please check with your service provider that your subscription to this service is active.
If the screen is blank check the AC adaptor or replace batteries.
Please refer to our website for further information and frequently asked questions.
New Zealand - www.uniden.co.nz
Australia - www.uniden.com.au
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WARRANTY
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