FP106
LCD Display
Caller ID
Phonebook
Speakerphone
SMS Messaging
Quick Start
Guide
INSTALLATION & SAFETY
INSTALLATION & SAFETY
Choosing the best location for your phone.
When choosing a location for your phone there are a number of appliances the phone
should not be near, and areas you should avoid.
AVOID
Television sets and
other electronic
appliances
AVOID
Microwave ovens
AVOID
Moisture
This symbol
indicates
important
operating and
servicing
instructions.
AVOID
Computers
AVOID
Other telephones
AVOID
Moisture
new call
ok
hold /
AVOID
Multi Power
Boards
pause/
redial
flash
spk.
abc
1
2
ghi
jkl
4
5
def
3
mno
6
pqrs
tuv
wxyz
7
8
9
am
0
new msg.
call waiting
messages
call divert
block
CID
pm
headset
DON'T
hold
speaker
mute
Overload the
power outlet
AVOID
Connecting
more than
new call
3
ok
hold /
pause/
redial
flash
spk.
abc
1
ghi
4
2
jkl
5
def
3
mno
6
pqrs
tuv
wxyz
7
8
9
am
0
new msg.
call waiting
messages
phones as
ringing maybe
impaired
call divert
block
CID
pm
headset
hold
speaker
mute
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QUICK START GUIDE
Make sure the AC
Adapter remains
switched ON at all
times. Use only the
Uniden AC Adapter
supplied with
this unit.
During a power cut
or if the AC adapter
is switched off,
this telephone will
still function as a
basic phone but
without the
speaker phone and
display.
QUICKSTART
QUICK
STARTGUIDE
GUIDE
This page is a very condensed version of the Owner’s
Manual. It is designed to allow you to get your phone
installed and operating as quickly as possible -however
it does not attempt to explain any of the
advanced features of the FP106 series.
Installing the Base Unit
1) Connect the AC adapter to the DC IN 9V jack
and to a standard AC wall outlet.
2) Connect the telephone line cord to the
TEL LINE jack and to a telephone socket
on the wall.
3) Set the base on a desk or tabletop.
4) For wall mounting, see “Mounting the
Base Unit on a Wall” on page 9.
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Handset Curly cord Connection
Plug one end of the Handset Curly Cord into the Handset and the other end into the
jack on the side of the main base.
Handset
Line cord
Base
Using the Display, Scroll and the Soft keys
The FP106 has 3 soft key buttons,
Menu
SMS
ok
Names
Options shown are
an example only
Each soft key corresponds to the option displayed in the Display window above
the keys.
If there is nothing displayed above the OK soft key then the OK button will
respond as a confirmation button.
The FP106 also has Scroll keys which are used for selecting menus or options
on the Display window. To use the Scroll keys press to move up a selection,
press to move down a selection, press to move left or to move right.
Scroll Keys
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4 Using Your Phone
1. To make a call:
Pick up handset or press speaker
Listen for the dial tone, then dial phone number.
Or for On Hook Dialling:
Dial the number first, then pick up handset or press
speaker
2. To answer a call:
Pick up the handset to talk to the other party or press
to use the speaker phone.
speaker
3. To end a call:
Place handset back into cradle of base unit or if using the
speaker phone press speaker
5 Using SMS Service
A subscription to an SMS service is required for SMS to function.
Setting SMS
To set the SMS alert ON so as to be alerted when an SMS is
received please refer to the instructions on page 22.
Sending an SMS
To send an SMS message please refer to the instructions on
page 23.
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6 Setting the Clock
If you subscribe to Caller ID the time & date will be set
automatically with the first incoming call.
Or see 'Clock' on page 25 for manual instructions.
7 Storing Numbers
For storing phone numbers into memory please see 'Storing a
Name with phone numbers' page 16.
End of
Quick Start
Guide
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
WELCOME
Congratulations on your purchase of this Uniden corded telephone. This unit is
designed for reliability, long life and outstanding performance utilising the latest in
telephone technology.
UNIDEN COMPANY PHILOSOPHY
To bring outstanding communication products to people’s lives throughout the world.
The illustrations
in this manual
are intended as a
guide and may
differ from
actual unit.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
FEATURES
Great features of this corded phone include
!
!
!
!
!
!
On Hook Dialling
Speaker phone
Speaker phone Volume Control
Handset Volume Control
Ringer Volume Control
200 Name Phonebook with up to 3 numbers per name
Additional features
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
5 Pre-Programmed Feature Buttons*
Record Last 10 Redial Numbers
Clock/Alarm/Appointment Setting
Call Timer/Call Transfer
Stutter Dial Tone Detection
Calculator
Call Waiting*
Voice Mail Message Waiting Indicator (VMWI)
Redial/Flash and Pause
Hearing Aid Compatible**
Short Message Service (SMS*)
! SMS Protocol 1 SMS (Short Message Service) function for max. 100
received & 100 written messages for 10 user names.
! SMS alert tone
! SMS CLIR function
Advance Alpha Display Caller ID* Features
!
!
!
!
!
50 Memory Caller ID (missed & received calls)
Store Caller ID records to Phonebook
VIP Caller ID records with different Alert Tones
Call back
Name Tagging/Name Search Functions
* Caller ID, POP ID, Voice Mail, SMS Service and the Pre-Programmed features work only if you subscribe to the
service provided by your local telephone company.
There is usually a fee for this service.
** The handset earpiece is designed to be compatible with hearing aids that can be
inductively coupled.
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CONTENTS
Installation & Safety.................................................. (i)
Quick Start Guide..................................................... (ii)
CONTENTS
Important Information
Welcome....................................................................
Uniden Company Philosophy.....................................
Features.....................................................................
Contents.....................................................................
Included in your Package...........................................
Controls & Functions.................................................
Function flow Chart...................................................
1
1
2
3
5
6
8
Installation
Wall Mounting............................................................. 9
How to Use Your Phone
LCD Display................................................................
Using Your Phone......................................................
Speaker phone...........................................................
Redial.........................................................................
Pause.........................................................................
Flash..........................................................................
Mute..........................................................................
Hold...........................................................................
Music on Hold...........................................................
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
11
Using Caller ID.
Missed Calls............................................................... 12
Received Calls............................................................ 13
Dialled Numbers........................................................ 14
Phone Book.................................................................... 15
Storing a name with phone numbers/setting VIP........
Searching for or editing an existing entry...................
Browsing Entries........................................................
VIP List.......................................................................
3
16
16
16
17
CONTENTS
CONTENTS
Using the Pre-Programmed Feature Buttons
Call Waiting................................................................
Messages....................................................................
Call Forward...............................................................
Call Forward No Answer.............................................
Call Forward Busy......................................................
Call Forward Immediate............................................
Block Caller ID...........................................................
Caller.........................................................................
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18
19
19
20
20
21
21
Calculator........................................................................ 21
Using SMS
SMS Setting...............................................................
Setting User No..........................................................
Sending New SMS Messages......................................
Reviewing the Received SMS.....................................
Modifying an SMS......................................................
Advanced Settings
Ring Tone...................................................................
Clock..........................................................................
Alarm.........................................................................
Call Screen: VIP Filter.................................................
Call Screen: Call Reject..............................................
Stutter Dial Tone........................................................
Call Wait ID ON/OFF (CID Type 2)..............................
First Ring....................................................................
Area Code...................................................................
SMS Setting................................................................
LCD Contrast..............................................................
Reset..........................................................................
Delete SMS.................................................................
Delete Phonebook......................................................
Delete Call List...........................................................
Delete All....................................................................
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22
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
27
27
28
28
28
29
29
29
29
29
Troubleshooting............................................................. 30
Warranty.......................................................................... 31
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INCLUDED IN YOUR PACKAGE
Included in Your Package
new call
ok
CONTENTS
hold /
If any of these
items are
missing or
damaged
contact your
place of purchase.
pause
/
redial
flash
spk.
new msg.
call waiting
messag
es
call divert
block
am
CID
pm
headset
hold
mute
1 x Base Unit
1 x Handset
1 x Curly cord
1 x Line cord
1 x AC Adaptor
1 x Wall Mounting
Bracket & screws
1 x Line cord Adapter
Additional Materials
! This Owner's Manual
! Other Printed Materials
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CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
1
2
17
new call
16
3
15
4
ok
ho ld /
14
pa us e/
re di al
fl as
sp k.
1
2 abc
3 def
4 ghi
5 jkl
6 mno
7 pqrs
8 tuv
9 wxyz
am
0
h
ne w ms
cal
5
g.
g
l wa itin
me ssa
cal l for
blo ck
6
ge s
7
wa rd
CID
8
pm
ck
cal l ba
hold
speaker
13
mute
12
9
10
11
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
1
New Call LED
2
Soft Keys
3
Scroll Keys
12 Speaker
4
Flash
13 Hold
5
New SMS LED
6
fl a s
11 Mute
ok
h
Call Waiting
8
Call Forward
Block CID
iti ng
ca ll for
blo ck
ck
mute
speaker
hold
15 Pause/Redial
es
me ss ag
Messages
ca ll ba
14 Hold/ Speaker LED
ca ll wa
7
9
10 Callback
pa us e/
re di al
16 Handset Retainer Tab
wa rd
17 On Hook Switch
CI D
6
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
CONTROLS & FUNCTIONS
OFF LO HI
1
3
2
4
Rear Connections & Controls
1.
2.
3.
4.
Ringer Volume control
DC power socket
Telephone Reset
Telephone Line socket
5
Side Controls
5. Speaker Volume control
6. Handset Volume control
7
6
FUNCTION FLOW CHART
FP106 FUNCTION FLOW CHART
SMS
SMS User
(0#-9#)
Received
Write New
Written
Missed Calls
Edit
Edit Number
Number
Erase
DialErase
Blocking
Name
Number
Melody
VIP
Received Calls
Edit
Edit Number
Number
Erase
DialErase
Blocking
Name
Number
Melody
VIP
Dialled
Numbers
Edit
Edit Number
Number
Erase
DialErase
Blocking
Name
Number
Melody
VIP
All List
Edit
Erase
Block CID
Phone Book
Store As
Store As
Add Entry
VIP List
Menu
Store As
Edit
Erase
Block CID
Call Waiting
Call Feature
Call Forward Busy
VIP List
Ring Tone
Clock
Alarm
Call Screen
Alarm Clock
Appointment
VIP Filter
Call Reject List
Stutter Dial Tone
CID Type 2
First Ring
Area Code
SMS Alert Tone
Validity Period
Delivery Report
SMS Centre
SMS User
SMS Setting
Reset
Name
Home Number
Office Number
Mobile Number
Dial Priority
Melody
VIP
Activate
Deactivate
Check
Call Forward Immediate
Contrast
Home
Office
Mobile
Erase xxx?
Erase all dialled?
Activate
Deactivate
Check
Activate
Deactivate
Check
Call Forward No Answer
Settings
Home
Office
Mobile
Erase xxx?
Erase all received?
Activate
Deactivate
Check
Message Bank
Calculator
Home
Office
Mobile
Erase xxx?
Erase all missed?
Delete SMS
Delete Phonebook
Delete Call List
Delete All
7
8
ON/OFF
1h/12h/1day/3days
ON/OFF
SC1/SC2/Disable CLIR
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLTION
WALL MOUNTING
If required, you can mount your phone directly on a wall.
! Before mounting your phone, please consider the following:
! Select a location away from electrical cables, pipes or other items behind the
mounting location that could cause a hazard when inserting screws into the wall.
! Make sure the wall material is capable of supporting the weight of the telephone.
! Use the screws (supplied) with anchoring devices suitable for the wall material
where the Telephone will be placed.
TOP
5mm
1. Insert two mounting screws
100 mm apart. Allow about 5mm
between the wall and screw heads for
mounting the phone.
100mm
35mm
2. Gently pull out the handset retainer
tab, turn 180° and re-fit.
See Controls & Functions Page 5
for location of Handset Retainer Tab.
3. Attach the wall mounting bracket
to the bottom of the telephone
as shown.
4. Place the base unit on the screws
and push down until it’s firmly seated.
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HOW TO USE YOUR PHONE
HOW TO USE YOUR PHONE
The following page information expands on the basic phone use as explained in Step
4 of the Quick Start Guide.
LCD Display:
ICON
NAME
The Icons shown here will display
at the top of the Display window when such
functions are in operation.
The icon names will appear at the bottom of the
Display window.
Using Your Phone
1.
To make a call:
Pick up handset or press speaker
Listen for the dial tone, then dial phone number.
Or for On Hook Dialling:
Dial the number first, then pick up handset or press
2.
3.
To answer a call:
Pick up the handset to talk to the other party or press
speaker phone.
speaker
speaker
to use the
To end a call:
Place handset back into cradle of base unit or if using the
speaker phone press speaker
SPEAKER PHONE
You can continue a call on Speaker phone mode anytime by pressing the speaker
button during a call, then place the Handset on the base.
When speaking, Speak clearly towards the base of the telephone.
Also, you can transfer a call to the Handset anytime during a call by simply picking
up the Handset.
REDIAL
If you want to redial the last number dialled, simply pick up the handset or press the
p au se
speaker
button, then press the redia/ l button. The telephone will automatically dial
the last dialled number.
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HOW TO USE YOUR PHONE
PAUSE
During the Phonebook storage procedure, you may wish to press the reusde/ial
button to
insert a pause between numbers. (This is sometimes useful for accessing a switch board,
telephone banking or long distance dialling).
pa us e/
Pressing redial button more than once will increase the pause between digits.
Each time the pareusde/ial button is pressed, a 'P' will show on the LCD to indicate a 2 second
pause in the dialling sequence. Each pause counts as one digit.
pa
FLASH
The Flash feature can be used to momentarily break the line for transferring calls on a
PABX system or for a Call Waiting service.
While talking, you hear the call waiting signal (series of beep tones), press the flash
button then 2 to switch call and put the current call on hold.
To switch back to original call, press the flash button then 1
abc
1. Pressing
fl a s
h
+
2 abc
toggles the call between the incoming and the original call.
2. Pressing flash + 1 will drop the current call connection and pick up the
incoming call or the call on hold.
MUTE
Press the mute button to turn off the handset microphone, allowing private
conversations in the same room without the other party hearing.
Press the mute button again to resume the conversation with the calling party.
HOLD
To place a call on hold, press the hold button and hang up.
To begin conversation again, pick up the handset or press the
an extension phone (if available).
hold
button or pick up
MUSIC ON HOLD
When a call is placed on hold, the FP106 will play a popular melody to reassure your
caller that the call has not been disconnected. The selected melody is fixed and cannot be
altered or muted.
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USING CALLER ID
When subscribed to Caller ID the caller's number appears on the Display window,
usually after the first ring.
CALLER ID.
Missed Calls
If there is an
answer
machine on
the same line
which answers
the call then
the call will be
treated as a
Received Call
When someone calls and the call is not answered their number is stored in the Missed
Calls list. This function allows you to view a list from which somebody tried to all you
with no success.
Using the Soft Key options provided in the Missed calls menu you can view the date and
time of each call, and view, edit, erase or save the number. Each memory location can
store a maximum of 20-digit number and 16-digit name.
Edit Number
Erase
Dial Blocking CID
Name
Number (Store home/office/mobile 3 different numbers)
Melody
VIP
Display Example:
Missed call:
The 1st number indicates the
highlighted call.
The 2nd number indicates the total
number of current missed calls
01/04
JOHN SMITH
0932125520
0222474816
BOB LEE
Details
Dial
Back
To review missed calls
1. Select menu
scroll to Missed Calls and press ok
2. If the same number called several times, it shows the number of times next to the
telephone number.
3. Any number that has been set as a VIP call will display the VIP icon.
4. If no missed calls, the screen displays “No Missed Calls”.
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Received Calls
This function allows you to view a list from which you have recently accepted calls.
CALLER ID.
Using the Soft Key options provided in the Received calls menu you can view the date
and time of each call, and view, edit, erase or save the number. Each memory location
can store a maximum of 20-digit number and 16-digit name.
Edit Number
Erase
Dial Blocking CID
Name
Number (Store home/office/mobile 3 different numbers)
Melody
VIP
Display Example:
Received call:
The 1st number indicates
the highlighted Received call.
01/04
JOHN SMITH
0932125520
0222474816
BOB LEE
Details
Dial
The 2nd number indicates
the total received calls.
Back
To Review Received Calls:
1. Select Menu
then scroll to Received Call and press ok
2. If the same number is received twice then only the details of the latest call is stored
and displayed.
3. Any number that has been set as a VIP call will display the VIP icon.
4. If no received calls, the screen displays “No Received Calls”.
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Dialled Numbers
This function allows you to view a list of the last 10 phone numbers that you have
recently called or tried to call.
CALLER ID.
Using the Soft Key options provided in the Dialled calls menu you can view the date and
time of each call, and view, edit, erase or save the number. Each memory location can
store a maximum of 32-digit number and 16-digit name.
Edit Number
Erase
Dial Blocking CID
Name
Number (Store home/office/mobile 3 different numbers)
Melody
VIP
Display example:
Dialled call:
The 1st number indicates the
highlighted call out of the last 10 calls.
01/10
JOHN SMITH
0932125520
0222474816
BOB LEE
Details
Dial
Back
To Review Dialled Numbers:
1. Select Menu
then scroll to Dialled call and press
ok
2. If the same number is dialled twice, the list displays the number twice.
3. If the number is a VIP call, the VIP icon will display next to the number.
4. If no dialled numbers, the screen displays “No Dialled Numbers”.
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PHONE BOOK
PHONE BOOK
You can store phone numbers and the associated names in the memory of the phone
book. You can store up 200 names with 3 different numbers (each of which can have
up to 32 digits) and other settings.
In standby mode (on or off hook) press or on the scroll key to jump to the start
or end of the phonebook. Pressing on the scroll key will jump to the last dialled
numbers. Pressing on the scroll key will jump to the call features
Menu
Phone Book
OK
Add Entry
All List
VIP List
Name
Home Number
Office Number
Mobile Number
Dial Priority
Melody
VIP Filter
Name
Home Number
Office Number
Edit
Mobile Number
Dial Priority
Melody
VIP
Name
Home Number
Office Number
Edit Mobile Number
Dial Priority
Melody
VIP
Erase
Block CID
Erase
Block CID
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PHONE BOOK
Display example:
OR press
Names in the
standby
display as a
shortcut.
Storing a name with phone numbers/ Setting VIP
1. Select Menu
then choose Phone book and press ok
2. Scroll to Add Entry and press ok
3. Key in the Name and number (or numbers if available)
The first character in the Name field must be a letter (for searching or browsing).
If you make a mistake, you can remove characters to the left of the cursor by
pressing Delete as many times as necessary.
Pressing and holding Delete clears the screen.
To switch between upper and lower character case, press
The symbol ABC or
abc shown at the top of the display indicates the selected case. The phone reverts to
upper case for every new entry. To insert a space press 0
Pressing
brings up a list of special characters. Move through the list to the
desired character with and and press Use to insert it in the name.
pm
am
After entering Name, Number (Home, Work, Mobile: Press to skip a number
entry) press to view Dial Priority, Melody and VIP options. Press or to
change or select these options.
If setting VIP to ON then the Melody selection must be set to Ring1, Ring2,
Ring3 or No Selection.
4. Press
ok
to confirm.
Searching for or Editing an Existing Entry
Select Menu
then scroll to Phone book and press ok
Scroll to All List and press ok
Key in the first letter of the name to jump to first corresponding entry.
Use or to reach the desired name.
Press ok to dial the preset priority number. Or press details to view other
numbers.
6. Press Options to view Edit Number or Erase options.
7. Scroll to Edit Number to edit the name, numbers, dial priority, melody and VIP
settings for the current entry.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Browsing entries
Pressing the
or
button from standby mode allows browsing of the phone book.
Keying in the first letter of the name jumps to first corresponding entry.
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VIP LIST
PHONE BOOK
The VIP list is a list of names for whose phone number(s) triggers a secondary beeping
tone. The VIP list requires the Caller ID service to work.
You can transfer any Caller ID record into the VIP list.
VIP needs to
be selected to
ON before an
entry will
appear in the
VIP list.
Please see
Setting VIP on
page 15.
The Melody selection for each Name entry must be set to Ring1, Ring2, Ring3 or No
Selection for the VIP beeping tone to function.
Please see Call Screen: VIP Filter on page 26 to activate VIP function.
Display example:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select Menu
then choose Phone book and press ok
Scroll to VIP list and press ok
Use the or buttons to scroll through the VIP list.
When you locate the desired number, press ok to dial the number or
enter Details mode for the detail information.
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FEATURE BUTTONS
There may be
a delay in
these
indicators
turning off.
USING THE PRE-PROGRAMMED FEATURES BUTTONS
Easy access to some of most popular network service features have been
programmed into the telephone for your convenience.
CALL WAITING
If you subscribe to Call Waiting service, Call Waiting lets you know if you have another
call while you are already on the phone. Call Waiting sends a discrete tone when you
have another call.
! A discrete tone tell you someone's calling you when you're on another call.
However, you have longer than this to answer the second call. The second caller
simply hears a ringing tone and will usually keep holding for six to eight rings.
button on your phone.
! Excuse yourself from the first caller, then press the
You can then talk to the second caller.
button again and you will be
! To return to the first caller, simply press the
able to continue your original conversation.
ca ll wa
ca ll wa
iti ng
iti ng
MESSAGES
Telstra Home Messages 101 is a free, easy-to-use home message solution that allows
voice messages to be left for you when you are away from the phone, on another call
or dialled up to the Internet. All you have to do is dial 101 from your Telstra home
phone to collect up to 10 messages at a time.
Telstra Home Messages 101 has a standard greeting and NO PIN number.
The phone will ring for approximately 20 seconds before Telstra Home Messages 101
takes the call.
To change the length of time before Telstra Home Messages 101 answers an incoming
call, dial *99 and enter the number of seconds you would like the phone to ring
(amount must be between 05 and 60 seconds). Then press
pm
When you have a message you will hear the Stutter Dial Tone when you pick up the
phone receiver.
When a new message has been left in your mailbox, the
display.
will flash on the
To Use Messages feature:
1. Press the
me ss ag
es
button.
2. Enter your PIN at the prompt and follow the
recorded instructions.
When you have cleared the message (from any phone), the
Message icon
will turn off.
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FEATURE BUTTONS
CALL FORWARD
Call Forward Immediate (Variable Number) With Variable Number Forward you can
forward your calls to a number you select and change it at any time.
1. Select menu
then scroll to Call Feature.
2. Scroll to Call Fwd Immediate and press ok to confirm.
3. Choose Activate and the display shows Enter the Fwd Number and enter the
telephone number.
4. Press ok
and the telephone will automatically dial the access code
*21(NUMBER)# and will enable Activate Call Forward Immediate feature.
5. Choose Deactivate, the telephone will automatically dial the access code
#21# and will enable Deactivate Call Forward Immediate feature.
6. Choose Check, the telephone will automatically dial the access code *#21#
and will enable Check activation state feature.
CALL FORWARD NO ANSWER
Telstra’s “Call Forward No Answer” service is available for diverting calls to another
number if your phone is not answered within 20 seconds (approximately 7 or 8 rings).
1. Press Menu
then choose Call Feature.
2. Scroll to Call Fwd No Answer and press ok to confirm.
3. Select Activate and the display shows Enter the Fwd Number and enter the
telephone number.
4. Press ok and the phone will automatically dial the access code
“*61(NUMBER)#” and enable Call Forward No Answer feature.
5. Select Deactivate, the telephone will automatically dial the access code “#61#”
and will enable Deactivate Call Forward No Answer feature.
6. Select Check, the telephone will automatically dial the access code “*#61#”
and will enable Check activation state feature.
You can press
on scroll
keys to enter
Call Features
directly.
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FEATURE BUTTONS
CALL FORWARD BUSY
When you know your phone is going to be busy, this feature allows you to redirect your
calls to any other number anywhere in Australia.
1. Press Menu
then choose Call Feature.
ok
2. Scroll to Call Fwd Busy and press
to confirm.
3. Select Activate and the display shows Enter the Fwd Number and enter the
telephone number.
4. Press ok
and the phone will automatically dial the access code
“*24(NUMBER)#”and enable Call Forward Busy feature.
5. Select Deactivate, the telephone will automatically dial the access code
“#24#” and will enable Deactivate Call Forward Busy feature.
6. Select Check, the telephone will automatically dial the access code “*#24#”
and will enable Check activation state feature.
CALL FORWARD IMMEDIATE
You can redirect calls to anywhere, including mobiles, pagers and answering services.
Call Forward Immediate (Variable Number) With Variable Number Forward you can
forward your calls to a number you select and change it at any time.
1. Press Menu
then choose Call Feature.
2. Scroll to Call Fwd Immediate and press ok to confirm.
3. Select Activate and the display shows Enter the Fwd Number and enter the
telephone number.
4. Press ok and the telephone will automatically dial the access code
“*21(NUMBER)#” and will enable Activate Call Forward Immediate
feature.
5. Select Deactivate, the telephone will automatically dial the access code
“#21#”and will enable Deactivate Call Forward Immediate feature.
6. Select Check, the telephone will automatically dial the access code “*#21#”
and will enable Check activation state feature.
You can press
on scroll
keys to enter
Call Features
directly.
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FEATURE BUTTONS
You must
subscribe to a
Call Back
service.
BLOCK CALLER ID
Each time you make a call, your telephone number is automatically forwarded to the
party you are calling (unless your number is a private number). In certain cases you
may wish to prevent your number being sent, follow these steps.
1. Pick up the handset or press the speaker button. Wait for the dial tone.
2. Press the
button.
3. Dial the telephone number of the person you wish to call. Your telephone
number will be withheld for this call only.
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CALL BACK
If the number you are calling is engaged, Call Back can ring you when the number
is free. It will keep trying a busy number for up to 45 minutes, and (provided you have
a compatible phone) will alert you with a distinctive ring when the called number
is free.
1. When you dial a number and receive the engaged tone, press
2. You will hear the confirmation announcement.
3. Hang up the phone.
4. Your phone will ring with a distinctive ring tone when the number you called
is free.
5. Pickup the handset and wait for the call to be connected.
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1. Select Menu
then choose Calculator and press
2. Using numeric keypads and
fundamental operations of arithmetic.
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button to leave.
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USING SMS SERVICE
A subscription to an SMS service is required. Then you can send and receive SMS.
SMS SETTING
1.
2.
3.
SMS
4.
5.
Select menu
then scroll to Settings and press ok
Scroll to SMS Setting.
Select ok
to set SMS alert tone (On/Off).Once you turn on the alert tone, the
Box will sound an alert every time when it receives an SMS.
Select ok
to set Validity Period. There are four options (one hour, 12 hours,
one day, and 3 days). You can choose how long you would like the messages to be
kept in the service centre for you to retrieve.
Select ok
to set SMS Delivery report (On/Off) if you want a report on the
sending results (sent, failed, pending).
Otherwise no SMS functions will operate.
SETTING USER NO.
This FP106 can be used by multiple users or connected in parallel to other SMS
capable product.
If you do not want to set up any user names or passwords and have only one SMS entity,
you can simply use the phone and neglect the user no.
When you have more than one SMS product in your house, or want to set up user names
and passwords to protect your privacy, please read the following instructions carefully.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Select menu
then scroll to Settings then press ok
Scroll to SMS Setting.
Press ok
to confirm.
Scroll or to select SME User (0# - 9#).
Choose the desired user number (0-9) and it is the terminal number.
Once you decide to set the user No., always set user NO. 0 because many SMS will
be sent to user NO. 0. Apart from user NO. 0, you can choose whatever user No.
(between 1-9) you want.
6.
7.
8.
Press ok to confirm.
Enter your user name (up to 10 digits) and password.
Press ok
to confirm.
Press Back to return to the standby mode or press
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or
to set other functions.
SMS FUNCTIONS
SENDING NEW SMS MESSAGES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
In standby mode, press SMS OR select menu
then scroll to SMS then
press ok
Scroll to User and press ok
There are 3 features SMS
Received, SMS Write new?, SMS Written?
Scroll or to SMS Write new appears. Press ok
to confirm.
Use keypad to key in the message content.
Each SMS message may contain a maximum 160 characters. Press or to
move cursor in the text field. The next digit entered will appear to the right of the
cursor. Press Delete to delete the digits at the left of the cursor. Hold down Delete to
delete all digits at the left of the cursor.
When finished, press OK and enter the information for No. and Terminal.
Press ok to confirm all information in the message and select Send and save.
Press ok again to send the message. The display shows Sending.
If sending fails, the display will show Send error then show Send and Save. If you
press ok the message will be resent again. If you press Back, the FP106 will
return and by mode. If the message is transmitted, the display shows Send OK and
return to written mode.
1) You must enter the receiver’s telephone number when sending an SMS. Other
information can be omitted.
2) You can select Load from phonebook to recall the phone book records.
3) Press
to switch ABC/abc
4) Press
to choose specific characters.
5) When you are writing an SMS message and the ring is coming, the message will
store on the "Written" box. You can retrieve the unfinished message from the
"Written" box.
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SMS FUNCTIONS
REVIEWING THE RECEIVED SMS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
In standby mode, press SMS.
Choose a User and press ok
Press Received and choose a SM then press ok
Press or to see the SMS content.
Press ok to reply/Dial/Forward/Delete the message.
MODIFYING AN SMS
To modify the message content of a finished or received SMS, follow the standard steps
below.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Select menu
and scroll to SMS and press OK. Select User and press OK.
Choose the message you wish to modify. For example, choose SMS written? and
press ok
to confirm.
Select OK and scroll to Modify?.
Press ok to modify the message. When you have finish the modification,
press ok and you will be prompted with save? or send?
Press ok for Save?
You can choose Load from phonebook to recall the phone book records before
sending out the SM. Press ok
for the desired name.
When you finish the modification, press ok to confirm all information in the
ok
message and press
when the display shows Send?
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ADVANCED SETTINGS
RING TONE
There are 4 different ring tones, 12 melody music for your options.
1. Select Menu
then scroll to Settings and press
SETTINGS
2. Scroll to Ring Tone and press
Selecting a
Melody tone as
the main ring
tone will not
affect the VIP
function.
If you make a
mistake use the
or buttons to
move the cursor
and re-enter the
correct
information.
ok
ok
to confirm.
3. Scroll to desired tone.
4. Press
to confirm.
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CLOCK
If you do not subscribe to a Caller Display service you will need to set the clock
as follows.
1. Select Menu
then scroll to Settings and press
2. Scroll to Clock and press
ok
ok
to confirm.
3. Use the keypad buttons to set the date and time manually following
the cursor position.
4. Press
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5. Press
ok
or
pm
to confirm.
Clock Display Form
You can choose between an analogue and a digital display as follows.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select Menu
then scroll to Settings and press
Scroll to Clock and press ok to confirm.
Press and then key to choose Digital or Analog.
Press ok to confirm.
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ALARM
The phone can be set to alarm at a specified time. Please see the Clock and
Appointment instructions below for actual settings.
SETTINGS
The Phone
alarms at a
specified time
everyday
unless you
turn the alarm
clock off.
An error tone
sounds when
an invalid
time is
entered.
ALARM CLOCK
When the alarm time is reached, the phone sounds an alert tone. When the phone
is alerting, “Alarm Clock” is shown on the LCD display. Press any key to stop the
alarm.
1. Select Menu
2.
3.
4.
5.
then scroll to Settings and press
ok
Scroll to Alarm then select Alarm clock and press ok
Use the keypad buttons to set the alarm time.
Scroll to On/Off, then scroll or to turn ON or OFF.
Press ok to confirm.
ALARM APPOINTMENT
The function helps you to keep track of reminders, calls that you need to make,
meetings, and birthdays. The phone sounds an alarm tone when the alarm time is
reached. Press any Key to stop the alarm.
1. Select Menu
then scroll to Settings and press
ok
ok
2. Scroll to select Alarm Appointment and press
3. Use the keypad buttons to set the alarm time.
4. Scroll to Note to write a note. Please see Storing a Name with Phone
numbers on page 16 for instructions on how to enter text.
5. Scroll to On/Off, then scroll or to turn ON or OFF.
CALL SCREEN
You can set VIP Filter and Call Reject List. Call Screen allows you to set a filter for
your VIP calls.
VIP FILTER
In the case that the VIP filter is set ON, all calls will ring normally but numbers
in the VIP list will ring with a second beeping tone as well. In the case that the
VIP Filter is OFF all calls ring normally with no secondary beeping tone.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press Menu
then scroll to Settings and press
Scroll to Call Screen then press VIP Filter.
Press or to turn VIP Filter ON Or OFF.
Press ok to confirm.
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CALL REJECT LIST
SETTINGS
The Call Reject List is able to store 5 numbers. The function of the Call reject list is to
screen incoming calls for any of those numbers and to answer and then hang up the
call after 3 rings. Numbers in the Call Screen List ring with a secondary ring tone on
top of the normal ring, This ring is sounded briefly after entries are confirmed in the
list to alert the user. The Call Reject List is always on.
You will hear
the Call Wait
confirmation
while on a call
to let you
know of
another caller.
1. Press Menu
then choose Settings.
2. Scroll to Call Screen then choose Call Reject List.
3. Press Edit to edit the numbers; you can press or
to edit other numbers.
STUTTER DIAL TONE
The Stutter Dial Tone Detect enables the phone to listen to the phone line for the stutter
dial tone used to indicate a message waiting on a voice mail service.
1. Select Menu
then scroll to Settings and press ok
2. Scroll to “Stutter dial tone” then press ok
3. Press or to turn Stutter Dial Tone ON Or OFF.
4. Press ok to confirm.
CALL WAIT ID ON/OFF (CID Type 2)
This feature allows you to see the number of the calling party (unless the call is blocked
or is from a private number) while you are on call. You can choose turn on or turn off
the function.
1. Select Menu
then scroll to Settings and press ok
2. Scroll to CID Type 2 then press ok
3. Scroll or to select CID type 2 ON/OFF
4. Press ok to confirm.
FIRST RING
You can cancel first ring to prevent the incoming SMS being interrupted by off-hook.
1. Press Menu
then choose Settings.
2. Scroll to First Ring then press ok
3. Move the buttons or to choose First Ring ON/OFF
4. Press ok
to confirm.
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AREA CODE
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press Menu
then choose Settings.
Scroll to Area Code then press ok
Key in the local area code.
Press ok to confirm.
SETTINGS
SMS SETTING
1. Press Menu
then scroll to Settings then press
2. Scroll to SMS Setting.
3. Press ok to set SMS alert tone (On/Off). Once you turn on the alert tone, the
FP106 will sound an alert every time an SMS message is received.
4. Press ok to set Validity Period. There are four options (one hour, 12 hours, one
day, and 3 days). You can choose how long you would like the messages to be kept
in the service centre for you to retrieve.
5. Press ok to set SMS Delivery report (On/Off) if you want a report on the
sending results (sent, failed, pending).
LCD CONTRAST
You can choose the desired luminance of the Display Window by following the
steps below.
1. Select Menu
then scroll to Settings and press
ok
2. Scroll to Contrast then press
3. Scroll or to choose the desired level.
ok
4. Press
to confirm.
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RESET
You can delete the Phonebook entries (including old and new entries), Caller
Display lists (including old and new entries) or delete all using the instructions
below.
DELETE SMS
SETTINGS
To delete all messages from the SMS history:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Select Menu
then scroll to Settings and press
Scroll to Reset and press ok
Scroll to Delete SMS and press
Scroll or to select Yes or No.
Press ok to confirm.
ok
DELETE PHONE BOOK
All records of phone book will be deleted.
then scroll to Settings and press
1. Select Menu
ok
2. Scroll to Reset then press Delete Phonebook.
3. Scroll
or
to select Yes or No.
4. Press
ok
to confirm.
DELETE Call List
All missed calls, received calls and dialled number call list will be deleted.
1. Select Menu
then scroll to Settings and press
ok
2. Scroll to Reset then press Delete Call List.
3. Scroll
or
to select Yes or No.
4. Press
ok
to confirm.
DELETE All
Deletes all stored memories and resets all pre-programmed codes to
factory default.
1. Select Menu
then scroll to Settings and press
2. Scroll to Reset then press Delete All.
3. Scroll
4. Press
or
ok
to select Yes or No.
to confirm.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
If your telephone is not performing to your expectations, here are some suggestions on
how to resolve the problem.
Problem
Suggestion
Can’t make or receive calls.
No Dial Tone.
• Make sure you use only the line cord
supplied with this telephone.
• Check that both ends of the telephone
line cord and Handset cord are plugged in.
• Plug another telephone into the
telephone socket and check for a dial
tone.
Can’t hear the telephone ringing.
• Make sure the AC adaptor is plugged in
and the wall socket switched on.
• Make sure you do not have too many
telephones connected to the telephone line.
• Adjust the Ringer Volume Control.
Speaker phone volume is too low.
• During speaker phone conversation,
adjust the speaker volume slider control
on the side of the telephone.
Handset does not hang up in the wall
mount position.
• Make sure the Handset Retainer Tab
has been turned around (point facing up)
and the Handset is placed firmly into the
cradle.
New Call LED keeps flashing.
• All new calls must be reviewed before
the new call LED stops flashing.
Caller Display and/or SMS Messaging
feature not working
Pre-programmed features not working.
• These are all subscription services.
To subscribe, or check the pricing and
availability, please contact your line services
provider.
Blank or faint LCD screen.
Speaker phone or display not working.
• Make sure the AC adaptor is plugged in
and the wall socket switched on.
• Check / adjust the contrast control
setting as described on page 28.
• Make sure the AC adaptor is plugged in
and the wall socket switched on.
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WARRANTY
One Year Limited Warranty
WARRANTY
Important:
Warrantor:
Evidence of original purchase is required for warranty service.
Uniden Australia Pty Limited. ABN 58001 865 498
Uniden New Zealand
ELEMENT OF WARRANTY: Uniden warrants to the original retail owner for
the duration of this warranty, its FP106 (herein after referred to as the Product), to be
free from defects in materials and craftmanship with only the limitations or exclusions
set out below.
WARRANTY DURATION: This warranty to the original retail owner only, shall
terminate and be of not 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 authorised 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. (F) Only available in the
original country of sale.
PARTS COVERED: This warranty covers for one (1) year, the FP106 Unit and
Handset only. All accessories (Cables 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.
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 (e.g. a copy of the sales docket), to the warrantor at:
UNIDEN AUSTRALIA
SERVICE DIVISION
345 Princes Highway,
Rockdale NSW 2216
Fax (02) 9599 3278
UNIDEN NEW ZEALAND LIMITED
SERVICE DIVISION
150 Harris Road,
East Tamaki, Auckland
Fax (09) 274 4253
www.uniden.com.au
www.uniden.co.nz
Customers in other States should ship or deliver the Product freight pre-paid to their
nearest Uniden Authorised Repair Centre (Contact Uniden for the nearest Warranty
Agent to you).
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THANK YOU
© 2004
Uniden Australia Pty Limited
Uniden New Zealand Limited