Motorola V700 User`s guide

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Contents
Introduction ................................................ 1
Getting Started
Installing/Replacing the Battery.............. 2
Control Buttons....................................... 4
Turning Your Pager On ........................... 5
Turning Your Pager Off ........................... 6
Using the Features Menu ....................... 7
Message-Status Screen ......................... 9
Backlight............................................... 10
Receiving/Reading
Personal Messages ........................ 10
Display Zoom ....................................... 12
Time and Date
Setting the Time and Date.................... 13
Alerts
Setting the Incoming Message Alert .... 15
Locking/Unlocking Messages
Lock/Unlock a Message ....................... 17
Deleting Messages
Delete a Single Message ..................... 18
Delete all Messages ............................. 18
Pager Alarms
Set a One-Time Alarm ......................... 19
Set the Alarm to Alert Daily .................. 21
Message Alarms
Set a One-Time Message Alarm.......... 22
Set a Daily Message Alarm.................. 24
Private Time
Set Private Time................................... 25
Maildrop/Information Service Option
Information Services Alerts .................. 27
Notebooks
Storing Personal and Information Services
Messages in Your Notebooks ........ 31
Deleting Messages from
Your Notebooks .............................. 31
Features.................................................... 33
Care and Use ............................................ 36
Congratulations on purchasing a V700 Word Message FLEX pager. Your
new pager provides exciting capabilities in messaging and can become a
vital part of your business and personal life. The pager’s four-line display
and expanded functionality incorporates many of the most advanced
electronic, communications and wireless technologies available.
The V700 Word Message FLEX pager uses FLEX® technology. FLEX
technology extends battery life up to four times longer than ordinary pagers
and improves the ability to receive messages.
These compact pagers integrate messaging and time keeping features in a
package that is convenient to carry. Full understanding of what this product
offers begins with reading this user’s guide. This user’s guide includes a
detachable quick reference card on the back cover.
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INTRODUCTION
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GETTING STARTED
Effective Use of Your Pager
Your pager can help you keep in contact with everyone important to you. By
giving your pager number to your business associates, family, and friends,
you can be contacted whenever needed.
If you have a cellular phone, give your pager number instead of your
cellular number. Then you can decide who to call back on your cellular
phone without paying for incoming calls.
Battery Information
Your pager is designed to operate with a single AA-size alkaline battery (carbon
zinc batteries are not recommended). See the diagram on the following page
for the battery door location.
Installing/Replacing the Battery
To install or replace the battery, hold the pager face down and proceed as
follows:
➊ Unlock the battery door by sliding the door latch away from the battery
door.
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➋ Slide the battery door in the direction of the arrow (toward the outer
edge).
GETTING STARTED
➌ Lift the battery door away from the housing to remove it.
➍ Lift the battery out of the battery compartment, taking note of the
positive (+) and negative (-) markings on the battery and the pager
housing.
➊
➌
Ì
➋
V700 Word message FLEX pager
Battery Replacement (rear view)
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GETTING STARTED
To install a new battery, reverse this procedure, taking note of the positive
(+) and negative (-) markings.
CAUTION : Do not insert the battery backwards or all messages will be erased.
Control Buttons
Left/Right
Directional
Buttons
Features/
Select Button
H
I
4
Left/Right
Directional
Buttons
Up/Down
Directional Buttons
Read/Escape/
Power On Button
Used to navigate through the Features menu
and through your messages.
K
Features/Select
Button
J
Read/
Power On
Used to display the Features menu, to select
a pager feature, and to activate your
selection.
Used to turn the pager on and to read
messages.
F
Up/Down
Directional
Buttons
Use to navigate through time, alarm, date
setting features and to navigate through
messages.
G
GETTING STARTED
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Turning Your Pager On
Press J. A start-up screen is momentarily displayed and your pager
activates the currently selected alert.
Note: Press any button to stop the alert.
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GETTING STARTED
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Private Time
Power On
Musical
_
Alarm
Q
N
P
Example of the Standby Screen
When the pager is on and no activity is taking place, the Standby screen is
displayed. The Standby screen displays the power-on indicator N and may
display other pager status indicators.
Turning Your Pager Off
➊ Press K to display the Features menu.
➋ Press H to move the cursor to q.
➌ Press K. TURN PAGER OFF? is displayed.
➍ Press K again to turn the pager off.
Your pager is now off and the screen is blank.
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It’s a good idea to test your pager and service by sending a page to
yourself. Start by using the phone number, web site, or email address (and
a PIN, if required) your service provider gave you, then enter a short
message. If you are sending a word message from a phone, an operator
will assist you; otherwise, press the phone buttons to enter a numeric
message or type a message and send it. While you are waiting for the
message to reach your pager, refer to page 10 for information about how to
read a message. If your pager does not receive the message within a few
minutes, contact your service provider. After you’ve tested the pager, read
the rest of this guide to learn about the many useful features of your new
pager.
Using the Features Menu
The Features menu provides access to the many features of your pager
through the use of symbols and prompts.
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GETTING STARTED
Sending a Test Page to Yourself
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➊ Press K to display the Features menu. When the Features menu is
initially displayed a flashes to indicate the location of the cursor.
GETTING STARTED
mmmmmmomm
VVjV
u
u
ESCAPE
lvL1rqaACgduZ
Example of Fully Displayed Features Menu
➋ Press H or I to move the cursor within the Features menu.
As you move through the Features menu, the pager feature symbols
flash to indicate the present location of the cursor. To exit from the
Features menu without making any changes press J.
Note: Some symbols may not display on your pager, depending upon your
pager’s features and whether it has messages.
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The Message-status screen shows the current status of your messages.
For example, unread messages are indicated by a flashing m symbol,
locked messages are indicated by g.
The Message-status screen also displays the time and date and any
activated pager settings. The Message-status screen can be accessed by
pressing H, I, G, or F from the Standby screen.
mgmmomm
VjV
P
(
Q
3:15PM
09/05/99
Example of the Message-Status Screen
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GETTING STARTED
Message-Status Screen
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GETTING STARTED
Backlight
In low-light conditions, the pager’s backlight automatically turns on
whenever a button is pressed. You can manually turn the backlight on or off
at any time by pressing and holding K for two seconds. The backlight
automatically turns off when the pager returns to the Standby screen.
Receiving/Reading Personal Messages
Your pager can receive up to 19 personal messages. When a message is
received, your pager alerts according to the current alert setting (musical,
vibrate, or no message alert). A new message is indicated by a flashing m
symbol. When a message is selected the symbol changes to o.
Reading an Incoming Message
➊ Press any button to stop the alert.
➋ Press J to display your message.
A flashing t in the right corner of the screen indicates the message is
continued on an additional screen(s).
➌ Press J to read the next screen.
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Reading a Stored Message
➊ From the Message-status screen press H or I to move the cursor to
Message Reading Features
Press G to read a message line by line.
Press and hold J for automatic message scrolling, screen by screen.
Press F to go back to the first screen of the message.
Press H or I while reading a message to read the previous or next
message.
Note: When an unread message exists, your pager gives a periodic
reminder alert until all unread messages are read, or for up to 30 minutes.
A flashing N on the Standby screen indicates that you have unread
messages.
•
•
•
•
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the message you want to read.
➋ Press J to read the message.
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GETTING STARTED
Message Preview
This feature allows you to scan the first line of your messages.
➊ Press J .
➋ Use the H and I buttons to move the cursor through your
messages.
Note: Previewing an unread message does not remove the unread
message status from the message.
Display Zoom
When this feature is turned on, the standard 4-line display is converted to a
2-line display. The characters are enlarged vertically, increasing message
readability.
To Enable Display Zoom:
➊ From the Features menu, press H to move the cursor to 1.
➋ Press K. Display zoom is now active.
All new and stored messages including notebook messages are displayed
in a 2-line format. Pager prompts are not enlarged in the zoom mode.
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To Disable Display Zoom
Setting the Time and Date
➊ From the Features menu, press H to move the cursor to v.
➋ Press K to display the Set-time-and-alarm screen.
➌ Press I to move the cursor to the hour digit.
➍ Press F or G to adjust the hour.
➎ Repeat steps 3 and 4 to adjust the minutes, AM/PM/24 hr., month, day,
and year.
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TIME AND DATE
➊ From the Features menu, press H to move the cursor to 4.
➋ Press K. Display zoom is now turned off.
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➏ Press K to activate the time and date setting.
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c12:00AM --/--/--
TIME AND DATE
SET TIME
Example of Set-Time Screen
If you move the cursor past the last symbol in the row (far right), it
automatically wraps around to the first symbol in the beginning of the same
row (far left).
Note: To exit from any screen without making changes, press J .
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Setting the Incoming Message Alert
You can set your pager’s incoming message alert to a musical alert, a
vibrating alert, a chirp (short beep) alert, a chirp alert with vibration, or no
message alert (completely silent).
Note: Priority messages always have an musical alert.
➊ From the Features menu, press H to move the cursor to s.
➋ Press K.
When P is displayed on the Standby screen, your pager is in the musical
alert mode.
Setting the Alert Pattern
You can set your pager to alert musical with a standard alert (1), one of
seven musical (pleasing) alerts (2-8), a chirp alert (j), or a chirp and
vibrate alert (|). You can also select no message alert (r).
Your pager must be in the musical alert mode (P displayed in the Standby
screen) to select an alert pattern.
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ALERTS
Setting a Musical Alert
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➊ From the Features menu, press H to move the cursor to l.
➋ Press K to display the Choose alert menu.
➌ Press H or I to move the cursor to the desired alert. The pager gives
a sample of each alert as you move through the selections.
➍ Press K to activate your selection. The pager gives a sample of the
ALERTS
alert to confirm your selection.
Setting a Silent (Vibrate) Alert
Note: If P is not displayed in the Standby screen, your pager is already in
the vibrate alert mode.
➊ From the Features menu, press H to move the cursor to r.
➌ Press K to activate the vibrate alert. The pager vibrates to confirm your
selection. The P symbol is removed from the Standby screen.
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Up to 10 messages can be locked to prevent them from being deleted or
from being replaced when memory is full.
When a message is locked, the m symbol is replaced by the g symbol
indicating the message is locked.
To Lock or Unlock a Message
➊ From the Message-status screen, press H or I to select the message
you want to lock or unlock.
➋ Press K .
➌ Press I to move the cursor to g to lock the message, or h to unlock
the message.
➍ Press K.
To lock or unlock a message while reading it, follow steps 2 through 4
above while the message is displayed.
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LOCK/UNLOCK MESSAGES
Locking and Unlocking Messages
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Deleting Messages
DELETING MESSAGES
This feature allows you to delete unlocked and un-alarmed messages.
To Delete a Single Message
➊ From the Message-status screen, press H or I to select the message
➋
➌
➍
➎
you want to delete.
Press K .
Press I to move the cursor to A.
Press K. DELETE MESSAGE? is displayed.
Press K again to delete the message.
To Delete a Message while Reading It
Follow steps 2 through 5 above while the message is displayed.
To Delete All Unlocked, Un-alarmed and Read Messages
➊ From the Features menu, press I to move the cursor to C.
➋ Press K. DELETE ALL MESSAGES? is displayed.
➌ Press K. All unlocked, un-alarmed and read messages are deleted.
Note: Notebook messages are not deleted with this feature.
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Your pager has an alarm that can be set for a specific time and date, or a
specific time on a daily basis.
At the selected alarm time, your pager alerts. If the alarm times passes
without being acknowledged, Q flashes until any button is pressed.
To Set a One-Time Alarm
➊ From the Features menu, press H to move the cursor to v.
➋ Press K. The Set-time-and-alarm screen is displayed.
➌ Press G. The Set-alarm screen is displayed.
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zc15:30PM 09/05/99z
SET ALARM
Example of Set-Alarm Screen for a Specific Time and Date
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PAGER ALARM
Pager Alarm
PAGER ALARM
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The alarm symbol shows the current alarm status. cis displayed if the
alarm is turned on, e is displayed if the alarm is turned off.
➍ Press I to move the cursor to the alarm symbol.
➎ Press F or G until c is displayed.
➏ Press I to move the cursor to the hour digits.
➐ Press F or G to adjust the hour digits.
➑ Repeat steps 6 and 7 to adjust the minutes, AM/PM/24 hr., and date.
➒ Press K to activate your selection. The Q symbol is displayed on the
Standby screen.
Note: To exit from any screen without making changes, press J.
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To Set the Alarm to Alert Daily
➊ Follow steps 1 through 8 in “To Set a One-Time Alarm” to set the alarm
time.
the month, day, and year (--/--/--).
zv 03:15PM 09/05/99z
zc15:30PM --/--/--z
SET ALARM
Example of Set-Alarm Screen for a Daily Alert
➌ Press K to activate your selection. The alarm is now set to alert every
day at the specified time and Q is displayed on the Standby screen.
Note: To exit from any screen without making changes, press J.
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PAGER ALARM
➋ When setting the date in step 8, press G until you see double dashes for
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MESSAGE ALARMS
Message Alarms
This feature allows you to set a one-time or daily alarm for a selected
personal message. You can set an alarm for up to five personal messages.
When a message alarm is set, b replaces m in the Message-status
screen. At the time the alarm sounds, m is again displayed unless the
alarm is set to alert daily. Press J to display the message for which the
alarm is set. If the alarm times passes without being acknowledged, b
flashes until the message is read.
To Set a One-time Message Alarm
➊ From the Message-status screen, press H or I to select the message
you want to alarm.
➋ Press K.
➌ Press I to move the cursor to d.
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➍ Press K. The Set-message-alarm screen is displayed.
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SET ALARM
Example of Set-Message-Alarm Screen
The alarm symbol shows the current alarm status. c is displayed if the
message alarm is turned on, e is displayed if the message alarm is
turned off.
➎ Press F or G until c is displayed.
➏ Press I to move the cursor to the hour digits.
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MESSAGE ALARMS
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MESSAGE ALARMS
➐ Press F or G to adjust the hour digits.
➑ Repeat steps 6 and 7 to adjust the minutes, AM/PM/24 hr., and date.
➒ Press K to activate your selection.
You can also set a message alarm while reading the message by following
steps 2 through 9 above.
To Set a Daily Message Alarm
➊ Follow steps 1 through 8 to set the message alarm time.
➋ When setting the date in step 8, press G until you see double dashes for
the month, day, and year (--/--/--).
➌ Press K to activate your selection. The alarm is now set to alert every
day at this specified time.
Note: To exit from any screen without making changes, press J.
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Private Time
To Set Private Time
➊ From the Features menu, press H to move the cursor to 3.
➋ Press K.
When the Private-time screen is first displayed, the cursor is at the flashing
symbol on the far left, 3 indicates private time is turned on, µindicates
private time is turned off.
ON
3
OFF
3:15PM
5:00PM
Example of Set Private-Time Screen
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PRIVATE TIME
You can select a time period during which your pager is completely silent.
Your pager still receives messages but is does not alert. The pager alerts
only if an alarm expires or a priority message is received.
PRIVATE TIME
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➌
➍
➎
➏
➐
Press and release G until 3 is displayed.
Press I to move the cursor to the hour digit.
Press F or G to adjust the hour digit.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to adjust the on and off time setting.
Press K to activate your selection.
The symbol _ is displayed in the Standby screen when private time is
turned on.
Note: If the on time is equal to the off time, private time is not turned on.
To Disable Private Time
Press K.
Press H to move the cursor to 3.
Press K.
Press and release G until µis displayed.
Press K to disable private time.
Note: To exit from any screen without making changes, press J.
➊
➋
➌
➍
➎
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Maildrop/Information Service Option
INFORMATION SERVICES
Your pager is capable of receiving maildrop messages, also known as
information services. Information Services messages are received and
read the same way as personal messages and the icon indicators are
located on the second row of the display.
mgmmomm
VjV
P
Q
(
3:15PM
09/05/99
Example of Information Services Indicators
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INFORMATION SERVICES
Information Services Alerts
When this option is turned on, you can set your pager to alert when
information services messages are received.
• A V in the information services message area indicates the alert is off
for that information services. A j indicates the alert is on for that
information services.
• If the pager’s incoming message alert is set to silent (vibrate), all
information services with the alert set to on (j), produce a 2-second
vibration when a information services message is received.
• If the pager’s incoming message alert is set to musical, the information
services alert can be set to either the standard alert, one of the seven
pleasing alerts, a chirp alert, a chirp and vibrate alert, or no message
alert via the Choose-alert menu. The length of the information services
alert is 2 seconds.
• If the pager’s incoming message alert is set to no message alert,
information services alerts cannot be set and all information services
symbols are automatically displayed as V.
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➊ From the Message-status screen, press H, I, or G to move the cursor
to the desired information services.
➋ Press K.
➌ Press I to move the cursor to j alert on or k alert off.
➍ Press K to turn the information services alert on or off.
Selecting a Information Services Alert
➊ From the Message-status screen, press H, I, or G to move the cursor
➋
➌
➍
➎
➏
to the desired information services.
Press K.
Press I to move the cursor to j.
Press K. The choose alerts menu is displayed.
Press H or I to move the cursor to the desired alert.
Press K to activate the alert. The pager gives a sample of the alert,
unless no message alert is selected.
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INFORMATION SERVICES
Turning Individual Information Services Alerts On and Off
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NOTEBOOKS
Notebooks
Your pager has two notebook areas, a personal notebook for storing
personal messages, and a information services notebook for storing
information service messages. Notebook messages are indicated by u.
Personal messages are indicated on the first row of the display. Information
Services messages are indicated on the second row of the display.
mmm
VjVj
u
u
Personal Message
Notebook
Information
Services Message
3:15PM
09/05/99
Example of Notebook Locations
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Storing Personal and Information Services Messages in Your
Notebooks
cursor to the personal or information services message you want to
move into the notebook.
➋ Press K.
➌ Press I to move the cursor to u.
➍ Press K. The message is now in the notebook.
Deleting Messages from Your Notebooks
➊ From the Message-status screen press F , G, H, or I to move the cursor
to the notebook from where you want to delete a message.
➋ Press J to display a list of the notebook messages.
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NOTEBOOKS
➊ From the Message-status screen, press F , G, H, or I to move the
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➌ Press F or G to scroll through the list until Ku is displayed at the
beginning of the notebook message you want to delete.
zuPick me up for school
NOTEBOOKS
Lets meet at the mall
Check out Web site
Example of Notebook Screen in Delete Mode
Press K to display the Features menu.
Press I to move the cursor to A.
Press K. DELETE MESSAGE? is displayed.
Press K to delete the message.
Repeat steps 3 through 7 for each message you want to delete.
Note: Notebook messages are deleted one at a time. If all messages are
deleted from a notebook, the u symbol is removed from the display.
➍
➎
➏
➐
➑
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Message Storage
Your pager can store up to 19 personal messages in memory.
Note: Stored messages differ from locked messages. They can be
deleted or overwritten when memory is full and a new message comes in.
If all 19 message slots are full and a new message is received, the oldest,
unlocked, un-alarmed, and previously read message is automatically
deleted when a new message is received. When the message memory is
full, n is displayed.
Note: To prevent specific messages from being deleted, lock them. Then
you can delete all other messages you no longer need to prevent the
overflow condition.
Out of Range
If your pager has this feature, and if you are outside your paging coverage
area, T is displayed. As long as T is displayed, your pager cannot
receive messages.
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FEATURES
Automatic Message Deletion
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Key Click
If this feature is turned on, and the pager is in the musical mode, a “click” is
emitted when any of the pager’s buttons are pressed. The click is not
emitted when the pager is in the vibrate mode.
FEATURES
Duplicate Message
If the same message is received more than once, DUPLICATE MESSAGE
is displayed at the beginning of the new message. The new duplicate
message replaces the older duplicate message and contains the latest
time and date stamp.
Errored Data Indicator
The symbol 7 is displayed if a potentially errored character is received. The
indicator alternately flashes with a “best guess” of the errored character.
Alphanumeric and Long Numeric Missing Fragment Indicators
If part of a message has not been received @ or ? is displayed in
place of the missing characters.
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Battery Gauge
A battery gauge indicator keeps you informed of the battery level. The
indicators are listed on the card attached to the back cover.
To clean smudges and grime from the exterior of your pager, use a soft,
non-abrasive cloth moistened in a mild soap and water solution. Use a
second cloth moistened in clean water to wipe the surface clean. Do not
immerse in water. Do not use alcohol or other cleaning solutions.
Questions?
If you have any questions about the use of your Motorola pager call
1-800-548-9954 or 1-800-793-7834 (TTY) in the U.S. If you have questions
about your paging service, contact your paging service provider. For
information about other Motorola products, please visit our web site at
www.motorola.com
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FEATURES
Cleaning Your Pager
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CARE AND USE
Care and Maintenance
The V700 Word Message FLEX pagers are durable, reliable, and can
provide years of dependable service; however, they are precision
electronic products. Water and moisture, excessive heat, and extreme
shock may damage the pager. Do not expose your pager to these
conditions. If repair is required, the Motorola Service Organization, staffed
with specially trained technicians, offers repair and maintenance facilities
throughout the world.
You can protect your pager purchase with an optional extended warranty
covering parts and labor. For more information about warranties, please
contact either your paging service provider, retailer, or Motorola, Inc.
at 1-800-548-9954. For repairs, call Motorola, Inc. at 1-800-548-9954 in the
U.S. or 1-800-323-9685 in Canada. In the U.S., to contact Motorola, Inc. on
your TTY, call 1-800-793-7834.
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This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
37
FCC COMPLIANCE
FCC Information
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ONE (1) YEAR STANDARD LIMITED WARRANTY AND PROVISIONS (U.S.A. ONLY)
Motorola warrants the pager against defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service
for the period of time specified below. This express warranty is extended by Motorola, 1500 Gateway Blvd.,
Boynton Beach, Florida 33426 to the original end user purchaser only and is not assignable or transferable
to any other party.
This warranty sets forth the full extent of MOTOROLA’s responsibilities regarding the pager. Repair,
replacement, or refund of the purchase price, at MOTOROLA’s option, is the exclusive remedy. THIS
WARRANTY IS GIVEN IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATION, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION CHOSEN. IN NO EVENT
SHALL MOTOROLA BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE
MOTOROLA PAGER, FOR ANY LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE, COMMERCIAL
LOSS, LOST PROFITS OR SAVINGS OR OTHER INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE SUCH PRODUCT, TO THE FULL
EXTENT SUCH MAY BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW.
Motorola pagers are shipped from the factory with a standard limited warranty of one (1) year on parts and
labor from date of purchase by the original end user purchaser, based on proof of purchase. In the event of
a defect, malfunction, or failure to conform to specifications during the warranty period, Motorola, at its
option, will either repair, replace or refund the purchase price of the pager. Repair, at Motorola’s option,
may include the replacement of parts or boards with functionally equivalent reconditioned or new parts or
boards. Replaced parts and boards are warranted for the balance of the original warranty period.
(continued)
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LIMITED WARRANTY AND PROVISIONS (U.S.A. ONLY) continued
All parts and boards removed in the replacement process shall become the property of Motorola.
This warranty does not cover defects, malfunctions, performance failures or damages to the unit
resulting from use in other than its normal and customary manner, misuse, accident or neglect, the
use of non-conforming parts, or improper alterations or repairs. This warranty does not cover wear
and tear on covers or housings, nor the coverage or range over which the pager will receive signals.
For information on how to receive service on Motorola pagers or covered accessories, call
1-800-548-9954 or 1-800-793-7834 (TTY).
Pager warranty will be VOID if any of the following conditions occur:
• Pagers that are incomplete such as those in which boards or components are missing and/or
incompatible.
• Pagers whose serial numbers do not match on the boards, or pagers in which the board serial
numbers don’t match the housing.
• Pagers that have been opened by, or had work performed by, anyone other than a Motorola
authorized pager service center.
• Pagers received with non-conforming or non-Motorola housings or parts.
Flat rate repair fees apply to pagers and accessories not covered under warranty.
STATE LAW RIGHTS
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LIMITATION ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY
LASTS, THEREFORE THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to
state.
NOTES
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Personal Numbers
Use the spaces provided below to write down your pager and personal
identification number (PIN), and the number of your service provider.
Additional spaces have been provided to write down the pager and PIN
of your family and friends.
Service Provider
Pager Number and PIN
Family and Friends
Pager Number and PIN
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6881035B30-O
© 1999 by Motorola, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Personal Communications Sector
1500 Gateway Blvd., Boynton Beach, FL 33426-8292
Printed in U.S.A. 9/99
CARE AND USE
t, Motorola and F
are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
@6881035B30@
This Motorola product is manufactured under one or more Motorola U.S.
patents. These patent numbers are listed inside the housing of this
product. Other U.S. patents for this product are pending.
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V700 Word Message FLEX Pager Quick Reference Card
Turning Your Pager On
Locking and Unlocking Messages
Press J.
➊ From the Message-status screen,
Turning Your Pager Off
➊ From the Features Menu, press H to
move the cursor to q.
➋ Press K twice.
Features Menu
Provides access to the features
described in this quick reference card and
in your user’s guide.
➊ Press K.
➋ Press H or I to move within the
Features menu.
Receiving/Reading Messages
➊ Press any button to stop the alert.
➋ Press J to display your message.
➌ Press J to view the next screen.
press H or I to select the message
you want to unlock/unlock.
➋ Press K.
➌ Press I to move the cursor to g
lock or h unlock.
➍ Press K.
Deleting Messages
➊ From the Message-status screen,
press H or I to select the message
you want to delete.
➋ Press K.
➌ Press I to move the cursor to A.
➍ Press K twice.
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Setting the Time and Date
➊ From the Features menu, press H to
➋
➌
➍
➎
➏
move the cursor to v.
Press K.
Press I to move the cursor to the hour
digit.
Press F or G to adjust the hour.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to adjust the
minutes, AM/PM/24 hr., month, day,
and year.
Press K to activate the setting.
Setting Alarms
➊ From the Features menu, press H to
move the cursor to v.
➋ Press K.
➌ Press G.
➍ Press I to move the cursor to the
alarm symbol.
➎ Press F or G until c is displayed.
➏ Follow steps 3 through 6 in Time and
Date to set the alarm time.
To turned off the alarm, in step 5 above,
press F or G until eis displayed.
To set a message alarm:
➊ With the message displayed, press K.
➋ Press I to move the cursor to d.
➌ Press F or G until c is displayed.
➍ Follow steps 3 through 6 inSetting the
Time and Date.
Note: To set a daily pager or message
alarm, press G until double dashes are
displayed for the month, day, and year
(--/--/--).
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Storing Messages in Your
Notebooks
➊ From the message-status screen,
press F , G, H, or I to move the cursor
to the message you want to move into
the notebook.
➋ Press K.
➌ Press I to move the cursor to u.
➍ Press K to store the message.
Private Time On
➊ From the Features menu, press H to
move the cursor to 3.
➋ Press K.
➌ Press and release G until 3 is
displayed.
➍ Follow steps 3 and 4 in Setting
theTime and Date to set the on and off
times.
➎ Press K to activate your selection.
To turn private time off, in step 4 above,
press and release G until µ is displayed.
To Turn On/Turn Off Display Zoom
➊ From the Features menu, press H to
move the cursor to 1 turned on or
4 turned off.
➋ Press K.
Pager Symbols
N
P
_
Q
Power On
Musical Alert Mode on
Private Time turned on
Alarm turned on
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INTRODUCTION
Message Status Symbols
g
j
V
m
n
b
u
Locked Message
Information Services Alert Turned On
Information Services Alert Turned Off
Personal Message
Memory Full
Alarmed Message
Notebook
Features Menu Symbols
l
v
3
1
4
r
s
2
a
A
C
g
h
j
Choose Alert
Set Time and Alarm
Set Private Time
Display Zoom On
Display Zoom Off
Set Vibrate Alert
Set Musical Alert
Turn Pager Off
Escape (to Message-status screen)
Delete Message
Delete All Messages
Lock Message
Unlock Message
Turn Information Services Alert On
k
d
u
Turn Information Services Alert Off
Set Message Alarm
Add to Notebook
Other Symbols
Message Continuation
24 Hour Time
AM Time
x PM Time
c Turned On Alarm
e Turned Off Alarm
3
Private Time Turned On
µ
Private Time Turned Off
, Low Battery Indicator
+ 1/4 Battery Indicator
* 1/2 Battery Indicator
) 3/4 Battery Indicator
( Full Battery Indicator
D Out of Range
S
Truncated Message
7 Errored Data Indicator
@ Alphanumeric Missing Fragment
Indicator
? Long Numeric Missing Fragment
Indicator
t
y
w