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SIEMENS
HWCD8518(6)P/TS
Be inspired
Siemens W12
Cordless Phone
User Manual
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Table of contents
Preparing to use your phone .......................................................................................... 4
The pack contains ................................................................................................... 4
Installing the phone ................................................................................................ 4
Description of display of the handset ..................................................................... 5
Descriptions of the function keys and the indicators.............................................. 6
Description of the function keys on the handset ..................................................... 6
Description of the function keys on the base........................................................... 6
Settings .......................................................................................................................... 7
Tone/Pulse Switch .................................................................................................. 7
Setting the date and the time .................................................................................. 7
Setting area code..................................................................................................... 7
Adding IDD code to the incoming calls ................................................................. 8
Adding prefix to the calls ....................................................................................... 8
Selecting the LCD light .......................................................................................... 8
Selecting Ringer Tones........................................................................................... 8
Selecting VIP Ringer Tones.................................................................................... 9
Selecting Caller Ringer Tones ................................................................................ 9
Activating/Deactivating ringer ............................................................................... 9
Adjusting Volume ................................................................................................... 9
Basic operation......................................................................................................... 10
Answering a call ................................................................................................... 10
Making a call ........................................................................................................ 10
Outgoing call ........................................................................................................ 10
Deleting outgoing call .......................................................................................... 11
Deleting all outgoing call ..................................................................................... 11
Using/Charging indicators.................................................................................... 11
Call ending function ............................................................................................. 11
Switching channels............................................................................................... 11
Temporary tone dialing......................................................................................... 12
Searching for handset ........................................................................................... 12
Displaying incoming numbers.............................................................................. 12
Incoming call records ............................................................................................ 12
Storing the incoming call numbers to the directory (base and handset)................ 13
Deleting incoming call numbers............................................................................ 14
Deleting all incoming numbers ............................................................................. 13
Browsing and dial the incoming numbers ............................................................. 13
Directory.................................................................................................................... 14
Browsing lists in the Directory.............................................................................. 14
Inserting a dialing Pause ....................................................................................... 14
Modifying stored phone numbers.......................................................................... 14
Storing outgoing phone numbers........................................................................... 14
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Marking a directory entry as VIP .......................................................................... 15
Dialing from stored caller-ID ................................................................................ 15
Deleting a number in the Directory ....................................................................... 15
Deleting all numbers in the Directory ................................................................... 15
Speed dial .............................................................................................................. 16
Storing IP numbers .................................................................................................... 16
IP dialing and calling back .................................................................................... 17
PIN lock..................................................................................................................... 17
Setting PIN ............................................................................................................ 17
Setting Lock Code ................................................................................................. 17
Cancel Lock Code ................................................................................................. 18
Temporary Unlocking............................................................................................ 18
Unlocking and eliminate PIN ................................................................................ 18
Battery indication .................................................................................................. 18
Replacing batteries .................................................................................................... 18
Safe use of the batteries............................................................................................. 19
Care............................................................................................................................ 19
Indicating information ............................................................................................... 19
Q&A .......................................................................................................................... 20
Incoming numbers………………………………………………………………..20
Calls………………………………………………………………………….…...20
Outgoing call records...……………………………………………………………...20
Hotline…………….....……………………………………………………………….21
Appendix (Interface Illustration)
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Preparing the Phone for service
The pack contains
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Base
Handset
Rechargeable battery
Phone cord
Power supply units
One set of operating instruction
Install the phone
1. To open the battery compartment, press the battery cover of the handset and
slide it down.
2. Insert the battery plug into the socket in the battery compartment and place
the battery into the battery compartment.
3. Push up the battery cover.
4. Place the handset with batteries into the charger.
5. Raise the antenna.
6. Insert the plug of adapter into the socket on the back of the base, and then
connect the other end into the 220V power supply. It’s in the status of
charging when the LCD light.
Note: For the initial charge we recommend a continuous, uninterrupted charging
period of more than twelve hours before using.
7. After charge, fit the small jack on the phone cord into the socket in the base
and fit the other end into phone outlet.
8. If “Ringer Off” is shown on the display, please set the ringer tone to “ON”
according to the descriptions in the “Ring switch” section.
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Note: The dial mode of this phone has been set to tone dialing. If
you want to change it to pulse dialing, please refer to the descriptions in
the “Tone/Pulse Switch” section to turn to pulse. If you are not sure
which mode to apply, please consult your phone service company.
9ˊPlace your base away from the “interference sources” (e.g.: TV,
PC, microwave oven, refrigerator, etc.) and in a central position of its
range, and if you can place it at a higher position, it will work better. To
obtain the best performance, pull the antenna to its maximum length.
10ˊAdjust the flash time to a required period of time.
Note: Use the power adapter 220V AC 9V DC 220mA in the package.
Using other power adapters might cause damages to your phone.
Note: The dial mode of this phone has been set to be tone dialing.
Description of display of the handset
Line
Number of callers
Channel
VIP records
Batteries. fully charged
Batteries empty
Incoming call records
Outgoing call records
Directory
Repeat call records
The ring is switched to “off” status
(Hour: minute˅
(Date-month)
Display of “*”
Display of “#”
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Descriptions of the function keys and the
indicators
Description of the function keys on the handset
IP numbers storage or dialing
- To Enter Directory/Set program
- To Confirm the selected options in Setting mode
- To Exit the program
Channel/Select(directory/incoming records/outgoing records)
End/delete
Setting the time
- To Redial
- To Insert dialing pause when storing phone numbers
Talk/End
- Incoming call: enter incoming call records mode
- Outgoing call: enter outgoing call records mode
- To adjust volume when talking
- To scroll up/down and select
Display the rest phone numbers
Description of the function keys on the base
Page handset
Use/Charge
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Settings
“Tone/pulse” switch
On the rare of the base is a “Tone/Pulse” switch for tone or pulse mode
selection.
Setting the date and the time
Press the Redial/Pause/Time key for 2 seconds
Press Ʒ or ͩ to adjust the Month
Press Redial/Pause/Time key to set Date
Press Ʒ or ͩ to adjust the Date
Press Redial/Pause/Time key to set the Hour
Press Ʒ or ͩ to adjust the Hour
Press Redial/Pause /Time key to set the Minute
Press Ʒ or ͩ to adjust the Minute (or press the Exit key to exit the
setting)
Press Redial/Pause /Time key for confirmation and exit
Setting area code
When sending local number, if the local switch still adds local area code
before local number, callback will not be processed. However, the “Local
Area Code Setting” function can filter the local area code from number
and only let incoming number display. For example, if the incoming call
display is “07552288788”, after set “0755” as the local area code, the
display will be “2288788”. If the incoming call display is “7552288788”,
the local area code should be “755”.
Press and hold the Mem/Prog key for 2 seconds
Press Channel/Query until “CodE” appears on the display
Enter four or three digits of area code. If wrong digits are entered, press
Flash/Clear key to modify.
Press Mem/Prog key for confirmation
Press Exit key to exit
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Adding IDD code to the incoming calls
For example, an incoming call display is “13928389222”, after set the
international direct dial (IDD) code as “0”, will be “013928389222”
because the telephone add a “0” before the incoming number.
Press the Mem/Prog key for 2 seconds
Press Channel/Select key until “Lo CodE” appears
Enter one digit of IDD code, which can be deleted by pressing the
Flash/Clear key.
Press Mem/Prog key for confirmation
Press Exit to exit
Adding prefix mark to the calls
Press the Mem/Prog key for 2 seconds
Press the Channel/Select key until “Add” appears
Enter one digit of “9”. (For example, you need to enter “9” for placing
outgoing calls. When placing an outgoing call, you must enter “9” before
dialing out.)
Press the “Mem/Prog”(ᄬ‫ټ‬/䆒㕂) key for confirmation
Press Exit to exit
Adjust the LCD light
Press the Mem/Prog key for 2 seconds
Press the Channel/Select key until “LCD” appears
Press Ʒ or ͩ to adjust the light
Press the Mem/Prog key for confirmation
Press Exit to exit
Selecting Ringer Tones
Press the Mem/Prog key for 2 seconds
Press the Channel/Select key until “Ring” appears
Press Ʒ or ͩ to select the ringer melody. (8 melodies)
Press the Mem/Prog key for confirmation
Press Exit to exit
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Selecting VIP Ringer Tones
Press the Mem/Prog key for 2 seconds
Press the Channel/Select key until “VIP Ring” appears
Press Ʒ or ͩ to select the ringer melody. (8 melodies)
Press the Mem/Prog key for confirmation
Press Exit to exit
Note: you must apply for “Show incoming call number” service (or Caller
ID Service) to validate this function.
Selecting Caller Ringer Tones
Press the Mem/Prog key for 2 seconds
Press the Channel/Select key until “Page Ring” appears
Press Ʒ or ͩ to select the melody. (8 melodies)
Press the Mem/Prog key for confirmation
Press Exit to exit
Activating/deactivating Ring
Activating ring
Be sure the handset is in idle status.
Press the Mem/Prog key.
Then press the # key, the handset will sound a confirmation tone.
Deactivate ring
Be sure the handset is in standby.
Press the Mem/Prog key.
Then press the Redial/Pause/Time key, “Ring Off” will flash. At the same
time, the handset will sound a confirmation tone.
Adjusting Volume
Press volume Ʒ or ͩ to adjust the volume of the handset when
talking.
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Basic operation
Answering a call
Look over the incoming calls on the phone.
Press the Talk key to answer a call.
Press the same key to hang up.
Making A Call
Press Talk key and then enter a number, or enter a number and then press
the Talk key to make a call.
Outgoing call
Press the Redial ͩ key, and then the relevant characters (REDIAL) will
be displayed on the screen.
Press Ʒ or ͩ key to browse the outgoing call records. (when browsing
outgoing calls record, wait 4 seconds or press "0" key can check calling
time.)
Then press the Talk key to dial out.
Or
Press the Talk key.
Press the Redial/Pause/Time key to dial out the last dialed number.
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Deleting outgoing call
Be sure the handset or the base is in standby.
Press the Outgoing Call (Redial) ͩ key or Channel/Select key until
“Outgoing Call” appears on the display.
Press Ʒ or ͩ key to select the outgoing records.
Then press the Flash/Clear key. The screen will display “Delete”.
Press Flash/Clear key again to confirm to delete the selected record,
or press Exit key to give up.
Deleting all outgoing call
Be sure the handset or the base is in standby.
Press the Outgoing Call (Redial) ͩ key or Channel/Select key until
“Outgoing Call” appears on the display.
Then long press the Flash/Clear key, do not release it until the LCD
displays “Delete All”.
Press Flash/Clear key again to confirm to delete the selected record,
or press Exit key to give up.
Using/Charging Indicator
When the handset is using or charging, the Using/Charging Indicator
will on automatically.
When a call is coming, the Using/Charging Indicator will on and
flash.
Call ending function
Press the End/Delete when finishing a call. Then you can make
another call.
Note: Do not use key to end a call; otherwise the phone will hang up.
Switching channels
In events of interference when using the handset talking, press
Channel/Select key to switch to another channel.
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Temporary tone dialing
This function is designed for pulse dialing users, which can change
the pulse dialing to tone dialing temporarily to access the service
system that requires tone dialing. For example, after accessing banks
or credit card companies, if the user wants to operate in their internal
system, then he/she must change the pulse dialing to tone dialing
temporarily.
For example, you are required to enter your bank account number:
1. Dial the bank’s number.
2. Press * key when putting through.
3. Act according to the voice instructions over the phone.
4. When finish, you can hang up the phone, and then the phone
returns to pulse dialing.
Searching for handset
Press the Paging key on the base, handset will ring and last one
minute. Press Talk key on the handset or press Paging key on the base
again to stop the ring.
Displaying incoming call numbers
This phone can display incoming numbers from FSK or DTMF
system and store up to 48 numbers.
Incoming call records
When you receive incoming calls, you will see their relevant records
as below:
Note: You must apply for the Caller ID Service from your telecom
companies to enable this function.
When you receive new incoming calls, the display will automatically
update the number of the new incoming call.
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Press CID Ʒ key to search incoming calls.
Press Ʒ key to browse the records from the latest call.
Press CID ͩ key to browse the records from the oldest call.
Press the “0/Next” key to view other call numbers, as well as the relevant
time and date.
Storing the incoming call numbers to the directory
Be sure the base and the handset is in standby.
Press CID Ʒ key.
Press Ʒ or Ʒ key to browse and select incoming call records.
Press the Mem/Prog key.
Then enter two digits (01-16) of the location where the number should be
stored.
Deleting a single incoming call number
Be sure the handset or the base is in standby.
Press CID Ʒ key.
Press Ʒ or ͩ key to browse and select the incoming records.
Then press the Delete key, and then the screen will display “Delete”.
Press “Delete” again to delete the selected record.
Deleting all incoming numbers
Be sure the handset or the base is in standby.
Press the CID Ʒ key.
Then long press the Flash/Clear key.Do not release it until the screen
displays “Delete All”.
Press “Delete” again to delete all the records.
Browsing and dial the incoming numbers
Be sure the handset or the base is in standby.
Press CID Ʒ key.
Press Ʒ or ͩ key to browse and select the incoming records. If too
long, press the 0/Turn Page (Next) key to display other records.
Then press the Talk to dial the selected number.
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Directory
It can store 16 numbers in the directory, and each number can include
20-digits. The incoming phone numbers can also be stored in the
directory.
Be sure the handset or the base is in idle status.
Enter the phone number (maximal 20 digits). Press Delete key to change
the number.
Press the Mem/Prog key and then enter the location the number will be
stored to (01-16).
Browsing lists in the Directory
Be sure the handset or the base is in Standby.
Press the Channel/Select or Search key on the handset or the base station
until “Store” appears on the display.
Press Ʒ or ͩ key to browse the lists.
Note: If exceed 12 digits, press the Next key to display other lists.
Inserting a dialing pause
When storing a phone number, press Redial/Pause key to insert a dialing
pause to the phone number (for example, if you need to dial “9” to make
external calls, then insert a dialing pause after “9”). One dialing pause
(about 3 seconds) takes the place of one digit.
Modifying stored phone numbers
You can modify the stored phone numbers referring to the instructions
within the “Directory”.
Storing outgoing phone numbers
Be sure the handset or the base is in idle status.
Press the Redial ͩ key to view outgoing records, and “Outgoing Call”
will appear on the display.
Press Ʒ or ͩ key to browse the records.
Press the Mem/Prog key.
Press the two-digit storing location (01-16).
Note: Press the Exit key to exit.
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Marking a directory entry as VIP
If a number is set to be a VIP one, when receiving such a call, you will
hear the VIP ringer tone.
How to set the VIP call:
Press the Channel/Select key until “Store” appears on the display.
Press Ʒ or ͩ key to browse the records.
Press the Mem/Prog key and “VIP” will appear on the display.
(Press Mem/Prog again to cancel the VIP setting.)
Note: When finished, press the Exit key to exit.
Dialing from stored caller-ID
Be sure the handset or the base is in standby.
Press Select key until “Store” appears on the display. Or press Mem/Prog
key to enter the two-digit storing location (01-16).
Press Ʒ or ͩ key to browse and select the stored records. If too long,
press the Next key to display other lists.
Then press the Talk key to dial the selected number.
Or
Press the Talk .
Press the Mem/Prog key.
Then enter the location in the directory (01-16).
Deleting a number in the Directory
Be sure the handset or the base is in standby.
Press the Channel/Select key until “Store” appears on the display.
Press Ʒ or ͩ key to browse and select the incoming records.
Then press the Delete, and then the screen will display “Delete”.
Press “Delete” again to delete the selected record.
Deleting all numbers in the Directory
Be sure the handset or the base is in standby.
Long press the Channel/Select key until “Store” appears on the display.
Then press the “Delete”. Do not release it until the screen displays
“Delete All”.
Press “Delete” again to delete all the records.
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Speed dialing
This function is designed for users who frequently make long distance
calls. Following the instructions, you can speed dial a number:
For example:
Parts of a long-distance number
Area Code
Phone number
Extension
Location in the Directory
07
08
09
Press Talk key.
Press the Mem/Prog key, and then press 07.
After you hear the number is dialed, press the Mem/Prog key and then
press 08.
After hearing the number dialed, press the Mem/Prog key and then press
09.
Note: The next button can be pressed only after the former numbers are
finished dialing .
Storing IP numbers
Be sure the handset or the base is in idle status.
Press the IP key for 2 seconds, IP will appear on the display.
Enter the IP access number.
Press twice the Redial/Pause/Time key.
Press 1, 2, or 3 to select the language.
Press twice the Redial/Pause/Time key.
Enter the card number and pin.
Press #.
Press the Mem/Prog key to confirm, and the handset will sound a
confirmation tone.
For example:
You have an IP card.
Card number: 137311088888, pin: 9888. Simply follow the following
steps:
- Press IP key for 2 seconds, IP will appear on the display.
- Enter 17910 (the IP access number of China Unicom).
- Press twice the Redial/Pause/Time key.
- Press 1 (for Mandarin)
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Press twice the Redial/Pause key.
Enter 1373110888889888 (the card number and pin).
Press #.
Press the Mem/Prog key to confirm.
IP dialing and calling back
Dialing a long-distance number with IP function:
z When the handset is in standby, enter the long-distance
number and then press the IP key. The base will automatically
dial with the IP number added before the long-distance
number.
z When you are browsing the incoming calls with the handset,
select the number you want to call out, then press IP key. The
base will automatically dial with the IP number inserted
before the long-distance number.
z Press the Talk key on the handset and then press the IP key.
You will hear the dial tone. Then you can enter the
long-distance number.
Calling back the incoming calls:
z If the long-distance number is set as “0”, when the incoming
number exceeds 8 digits, the base will display “0” before the
incoming call number.
PIN lock
In order to prevent others from making long-distance calls or other
special calls (for example, “16897888”), you can preset the lock codes.
Enter the initial digits of the phone numbers that you want to prevent
from calling .For example, “0” or “168” or “1689”(1-4 digits). Please
note, prior to setting the lock code, you should set the PIN first (PIN is
a number of four digits).
Setting PIN
For example: set 0588 as the PIN. Follow the following steps:
Successively press #,#,0, #.
Enter PIN 0588.
Press the Mem/Prog key to confirm. The handset or the base will make
a confirmation tone.
Setting Lock Code
For example, if you don’t want any one to call “16897888”, you can set
the initial four digits of that number as the lock. Follow the following
steps:
Successively press #,#,1, #.
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Enter PIN 0588.
Enter the restricted number 1689.
Press the Mem/Prog key to confirm. The handset will make a confirmation
tone.
Note: If the entered PIN is different with the stored one, the handset will
make a hint tone.
Cancel Lock Code
For example, Follow the following steps to cancel the lock:
Successively press #, #,1,#.
Enter PIN 0588.
Press the Save/Set key to confirm. The handset or the base station will
make a confirmation tone.
Note: If the entered PIN is different with the stored one, the handset will
make a hint tone.
Temporary Unlocking
Follow the following steps for temporary unlocking of restrained dialing
numbers stored in 1-4 memory area. Lock Code will be restored after 60
sec. of hanging up.
Successively press #, #,5,#.
Enter PIN 0588.
Press the Save/Set key to confirm. The handset or the base station will
make a confirmation tone.
Note: If the entered PIN is different with the stored one, the handset will
make a hint tone.
Unlocking and eliminate PIN
Successively press #, #,6,#.
Enter PIN 0588.
Press the Save/Set key to confirm. The handset or the base station will
make a confirmation tone.
Note: if you forget the PIN, you can also unlock with the following
methods. This method will delete all set parameters in this phone.
Successively press *, *, 4, 0, #, #,
Press Mem/Prog key.
Battery indication
When the battery is flat, the handset will display
or the icon will be
flashing, then place the handset back on its charger to charge.
Note: When the battery is flat, your call will be terminated. Then please
place your handset back on its charger to charge for at least 30 minutes.
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Replacing batteries
Be sure the handset is in idle status.
1. To open the battery compartment, press the battery cover of the handset and slide it down.
2. Take out the batteries.
3. Insert new batteries into the battery compartment.
4. Push up the battery cover.
5. Place the handset with batteries inserted back in the charger.
6. Note: For the first time, the batteries should be charged for at least 12 hours before use.
7. Battery type: GPI batteries GP30 AAAK3BMJ or the same type.
Safe use of the batteries
1. Never dispose damage or break or expose the batteries in high-temperature environment. If
these batteries are damaged, they will release poisonous materials, just as others of the same
type.
2. Place the batteries out of children’s reach.
Care
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Place the phone at a dry and clean place to avoid the internal components from getting
affected with damp and dirt entering the phone, otherwise, proper operation will be affected.
When using the phone, try to avoid damaging the external cover of the phone by striking or
beating.
When the surface of the phone is dirty, clean it with a cloth. Never use chemical solvents,
which might damage internal components.
Try to apply even force when pressing the keys to protect the phone’s normal operation. If
the phone fails to work, any non-professional personnel is not allowed to open the phone for
repairing. You should bring the phone to the authorized service station in your area or
contact Siemens.
Indicating information
The following respectively indicates:
UNAVAILABLE: Meaning that information about the incoming call
is interrupted due to line failure of the caller or
there is no such a service in the caller’s area or
the information has failed to be transmitted.
NO CALL
Meaning that all incoming or outgoing call records
are deleted
RECORD
Meaning the record is stored.
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Q&A
Incoming numbers
Question
No display
Show error about the caller’s information
Answer
Replace the batteries and be sure they are
installed correctly.
Have you applied for the Incoming Call
Display service from your phone service
company?
If the base receives any information that is
different from the valid incoming call
information, it will show error.
Calls
Question
Answer
No pulse or tone Check the installation:
dialing tone
Did you plug the phone cord into the location marked with
“Phone Line” at the back of the base, then plug the other
end of the cord into the socket of the phone cord on the
wall?
Plug the phone cord out of the base, then plug it into
another phone set to see if the other phone meets the same
problem. If so, the problem is caused by phone line or
phone service.
Be sure the batteries are full.
Be sure the insertion of the batteries is correct.
Can’t
make Be sure that the settings of the tone and pulse dialing are
calls but the correct.
keyboard
sounds normal
No ring
Be sure the ring is set On
Maybe you have equipped with too many extensions,
unplug some to see if the problem stilll exists.
Outgoing call records (Dialing from CID)
- Did you enter the correct location code of the call record?
- Did you dial out the call record correctly?
- Be sure the settings of the tone and pulse dialing are correct.
- Did you re-save the records after replacing batteries?
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Hotline
Hotline email ˖ccq_cp.com@siemens.com
Hotline service tel ˖4006 706 007
Website: www.siemens-mobile.com.cn
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Appendix (Interface Illustration)
setting/store
channel /search
call in/out
quit
dial
change the pulse dialing to
tone dialing temporarily
flas h/delet
redial/pause
time setting
next display