Model No. KX-TG2553CS Operating Instructions

R
2.4GHz Cordless Phone
KX-TG2553CS
Pulse-or-tone dialing capability
Operating Instructions
Preparation
Model No.
Basic Operation
Advanced Operation
PLEASE READ BEFORE USE AND SAVE.
Charge the battery for about 6 hours before initial use.
For assistance, please call 1-800-561-5505 or
visit us at www.panasonic.ca
Useful Information
Call Display Compatible
Before Initial Use
Thank you for purchasing your new Panasonic cordless
telephone.
Call
Waiting
where
available,
are available,
telephone are
Call Display
Display,and
CallCall
Waiting
andService,
Voice Mail
Service,
where
company
After
subscribing to Call Display , this phone will
telephoneservices.
company
services.
display a caller’s name and phone number. Visual Call Waiting, which
After subscribing
Call Display,
thisphone
phone
will display
displays
a second to
caller’s
name and
number
while the
the caller’s
user is on
name
and
phone
number.
Visual
Call
Waiting,
which
displays
another call, requires a subscription to both Call Display and Calla Waiting.
second caller’s name and phone number while the user is on another
call, requires a subscription to both Call Display and Call Waiting.
After subscribing to Voice Mail Service, this phone’s message-waiting
indicator will be displayed when there are messages in the mail box.
Accessories (included)
AC Adaptor (p. 11)
Telephone Line Cord
(p. 11)
one
one
Wall Mounting Adaptor (p. 50)
Belt Clip (p. 49)
one
2
one
For Best Performance
Battery Charge
A rechargeable Ni-Cd battery powers the
handset. Charge the battery for about
6 hours before initial use (p. 12).
The battery
is beneath
this cover.
Base Unit Location/Noise
Calls are transmitted between the base unit and the handset using
wireless radio waves. For maximum distance and noise-free
operation, the recommended base unit location is:
Away from electrical appliances
such as a TV, personal computer
or another cordless phone.
In a HIGH and CENTRAL location
with no obstructions such as walls.
Raise
the antennas.
Note:
While using the handset:
•If you are near a microwave oven which is being used, noise may be heard from
the receiver. Move away from the microwave oven and closer to the base unit.
•If more than one cordless phone is being used and your handset is near another
cordless phone’s base unit, noise may be heard. Move away from the other
cordless phone’s base unit and closer to your base unit.
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Contents
Preparation
Location of Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Battery Charge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the Display Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the Dialing Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the Line Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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11
12
14
15
16
Programmable Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Auto Talk Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the Ringer Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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18
19
Basic Operation
Making Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
20
Answering Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
22
Call Display Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
23
Using the Caller List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing the Caller List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calling Back from the Caller List. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing the Caller’s Phone Number . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing Caller List Information in the Directory . . . . . . . .
Erasing Caller List Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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25
27
28
29
30
Advanced Operation
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One-Touch Dialer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing a Phone Number in the DIRECT Button . . . . . . .
Dialing the Stored Number in the DIRECT Button . . . . . .
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31
32
Using the Directory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing Names and Numbers in the Directory . . . . . . . .
Selecting Characters to Enter Names . . . . . . . . . . .
Finding Items in the Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dialing from the Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing an Item in the Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Erasing an Item from the Directory . . . . . . . . . . . .
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33
35
37
38
39
40
41
41
42
43
Special Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic Security Code Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handset Locator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to Use the PAUSE Button
(For Analogue PBX Line/Long Distance Service Users) . .
Temporary Tone Dialing
(For Rotary or Pulse Service Users) . . . . . . . . . . .
For Call Waiting Service Users . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call Waiting Deluxe Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FLASH Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
43
43
43
Preparation
Voice Mail Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing a Voice Mail Access Number. . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Voice Mail Tone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Listening to Voice Mail Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Basic Operation
44
44
45
48
Useful Information
49
Using an Optional Headset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
49
Wall Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
50
Battery Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
52
Adding Another Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
53
Before Requesting Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
54
Important Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
57
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
58
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advanced Operation
Using the Belt Clip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Back Cover
Useful Information
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Location of Controls
Handset
Antenna
Display (p. 8)
Headset Jack (p. 49)
(DIRECT) Button
DIRE
(TALK) Button (p. 20, 22)
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH)
(Channel) Button
(p. 17, 20, 25)
TALK
ONF
OF
LOUD
SEARCH
BACK
IT
N EX
1
4
7
(TONE) Button (p. 44)
Charge Contact (p. 13)
FWD ED
CLEA
CH
TIO
FUNC
E
TON
LLL WAIT
FLASSHH CAE MAIL
VOIC
2
5
8
(p. 31, 32)
CT
3
6
9
0
IT
R
Navigator Key ( , ,
, FWD/EDIT
)
(p. 17, 21, 25, 34, 35)
BACK
(CLEAR) Button
(p. 21, 30, 40)
Charge Contact (p. 13)
L
REDIAE
PAUS
(REDIAL/PAUSE)
Button (p. 20, 21, 44)
(FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICEÒMAIL)
Button (p. 43, 44, 48)
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Base unit
Preparation
Back Side
Cradle Lock Switch
(p. 50)
Antenna (p. 3, 11)
CALLER ID (Call Display)
Indicator (p. 22, 23, 24)
Charge Contacts
(p. 13)
Antenna
(p. 3, 11)
(HANDSETÒLOCATOR)
Button (p. 43)
VOICE MAIL
Indicator (p. 41)
IN USE/CHARGE
Indicator (p. 12)
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Display
The handset shows you instructions and information on the display.
These display prompts are shown below.
The Caller List is empty or there are no stored
items in the directory.
No items stored
Recharge battery
12 new callers
12 new callers
H=Directory
GF
Voicemail
Ringer off
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The battery needs to be charged. Place the
handset on the base unit to charge the battery
(p. 13).
The display shows the number of new calls and
the battery strength while the handset is on the
base unit.
This display shows the number of new calls
when Ö or Ñ is pressed while the handset is
off the base unit.
To search from the most recent call, press Ö.
To search from the oldest call, press Ñ (p. 25).
To go to the directory list, press FWD/EDIT á
(Directory key).
The display shows the voice mail message(s)
is/are recorded (p. 42).
When the handset ringer volume is set to OFF
(p. 19), “Ringer off” will flash for about 45
seconds before the handset returns to the
standby mode (p. 13).
Preparation
TINA ROBINSON
When a call is received, the display shows the
caller’s name and number after the first ring.
1-000-222-3333
Talk
01-06-35
No link to base.
Place on cradle
and try again.
JACK SMITH
1-222-333-4444
11:20A JAN.10 ✕3
Ann
1234567890
During a conversation, the display shows the
length of the call (Example: 1 hour, 6 minutes
and 35 seconds). The battery strength is also
displayed (p. 12).
The handset has lost communication with the
base unit. Place the handset on the base unit
and try again.
This is a name from the Caller List.
The display shows:
— the caller’s name,
— the caller’s number,
— the time and date of the last call
(Example: Jan. 10, 11:20 AM), and
— the number of times called (Example: 3
times).
This is a name from the directory. The stored
name and phone number are displayed.
The base unit is paging the handset (p. 43).
Paging
NANCY BROWN
1-000-222-3333
----Waiting-----
A second call is received during a conversation
(p. 44).
9
Display
Please lift up
and try again
Not available
Directory full
Save error
10
Ö, Ñ, BACK Ü or FWD/EDIT á was pressed
with the handset while the handset was on the
base unit. Lift the handset and press the button
again.
While the base unit was not in the standby mode,
Ö or Ñ was pressed to search the Caller
List/directory list, FWD/EDIT á was pressed to
select an option or (CLEAR) was pressed.
When trying to store an item or Caller List
information in the directory, and the directory
memory is full (p. 29, 34).
While storing items in the directory, the handset
has lost communication with the base unit.
Move closer to the base unit and try again.
Settings
Connections
Hooks
Single-Line
Telephone Jack
(CA11A)
Hooks
Telephone Line
Cord
Preparation
Fasten the cords to prevent them
from being disconnected.
Power Outlet
(AC 120 V, 60 Hz)
AC Adaptor
Raise the
antennas.
•USE ONLY WITH Panasonic AC ADAPTOR PQLV1.
•The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times. (It is normal for the adaptor
to feel warm during use.)
•To connect a standard telephone on the same line, see page 53.
•If your unit is connected to a PBX which does not support Call Display and voice
mail services, you cannot access those services.
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Settings
Battery Charge
Place the handset on the base unit
and charge for about 6 hours before
initial use.
•The IN USE/CHARGE indicator lights and
a beep sounds.
IN USE/CHARGE
Indicator
Battery strength
You can check the battery strength on the display while the handset is on
the base unit, while it is in use (making/answering a call etc.), or after
viewing the Caller List or directory items, programming etc.
The battery strength will remain for 5 seconds after using the handset,
then the display will return to the standby mode (p. 13).
The battery strength is as shown in the chart below.
Display prompt
Battery strength
Fully charged
Medium
Low
(flashing)
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Needs to be recharged.
Recharge
•If you DO NOT recharge the handset battery for more than 15 minutes, the
display will keep indicating “Recharge battery” and/or “
” will continue
to flash.
Preparation
Recharge the battery when:
Recharge battery
—“Recharge battery” is displayed,
—“
” flashes on the display, or
—the handset beeps intermittently while it is in use.
Battery information
After your Panasonic battery is fully charged (p. 12):
Operation
While in use
(TALK)
Approx. battery life
near the base unit*
Up to 4.5 hours
away from the base unit
Up to 3.5 hours
While not in use (Standby)
Up to 11 days
*Within about 10 feet (3 m)
•Battery life may be shortened depending on usage conditions, such as viewing
the Call Display Caller List or directory list, and ambient temperature.
•Clean the handset and the base unit charge contacts with a soft, dry cloth
once a month. Clean more often if the unit is subject to grease, dust or
high humidity, otherwise the battery may not charge properly.
•If the battery is fully charged, you do not have to place the handset on the base
unit until “Recharge battery” is displayed and/or “
” flashes. This will
maximize the battery life.
•The battery cannot be overcharged.
Standby mode (The handset is off the base unit.)
The handset goes into the standby mode after you finish using the
handset (making/answering a call, viewing the Caller List or directory
items etc.). The display is blank, but the handset can receive calls.
The battery life is conserved in this mode.
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Settings
Selecting the Display Language
You can select either “English” or “French” as the display language using
the handset near the base unit.
Your phone comes from the factory set to “English”. If you want to select
“French”, program as described below.
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
To select FRENCH
HSave directory
1
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
2
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Program”.
HProgram
3
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
HSave DIRECT#
4
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Change language”.
HChange language
5
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
Change language
:English
GF
H=Save
6
Press Ö or Ñ to select “French”.
Change language
:French
GF
H=Save
7
Press FWD/EDIT á (Save key).
Ringer volume
H=Yes
GF
GF
H=Yes
Set flash time
H=Yes
GF
•A beep sounds.
•To return to the standby mode, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
GF
H=Yes
Changer langue
:Français
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•To select English, press Ö or Ñ in step 6.
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Selecting the Dialing Mode
1
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
2
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Program”.
3
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
4
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Set dial mode”.
5
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
Dial mode
:Tone
GF
H=Save
6
Press Ö or Ñ to select “Pulse” or
“Tone”.
Dial mode
:Pulse
GF
H=Save
7
Press FWD/EDIT á (Save key).
Preparation
You can program the dialing mode using the handset near the base
unit.
If you have touch tone service, set to “Tone”. If rotary or pulse service is
used, set to “Pulse”. Your phone comes from the factory set to “Tone”.
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
HSave directory
Ringer volume
H=Yes
GF
HProgram
GF
H=Yes
HSave DIRECT#
Set flash time
H=Yes
GF
•A beep sounds.
•To return to the standby mode, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
Set line mode
HSet dial mode
GF
H=Yes
Dial mode
:Pulse
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•If the handset has lost communication with the base unit, 3 beeps sound and “No
link to base. Place on cradle and try again.” is displayed.
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Settings
Selecting the Line Mode
If the line is connected to a low voltage system such as a PBX, set to “B”.
Otherwise the Visual Call Waiting Service may not be used (p. 44). Your
phone comes from the factory set to “A”. Use the handset near the base
unit.
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
1
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
2
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Program”.
3
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
4
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Set line mode”.
5
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
6
Press Ö or Ñ to select “B” or “A”.
7
Press FWD/EDIT á (Save key).
HSave directory
Ringer volume
H=Yes
GF
HProgram
GF
H=Yes
HSave DIRECT#
Set flash time
H=Yes
GF
HSet line mode
Set dial mode
H=Yes
GF
Line mode
:A
GF
H=Save
Line mode
:B
GF
•A beep sounds.
•To return to the standby mode, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
H=Save
Line mode
:B
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•If the handset has lost communication with the base unit, 3 beeps sound and “No
link to base. Place on cradle and try again.” is displayed.
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Programmable Functions
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
Preparation
You can program the following function items using the handset near
the base unit. The display shows the programming instructions. See the
corresponding pages for function details.
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
<Function menu>*
HSave directory
Ringer volume
Program
To store an item in the directory (p. 34).
To select the ringer volume (p. 19).
Press FWD/EDIT á.
<Function menu>*
HSave DIRECT#
Set flash time
Save mailbox#
Voicemail tone
Set line mode
Set dial mode
Talk switching
C.WTG options
Change language
To store a phone number in the DIRECT button
(p. 31).
To select the flash time (p. 48).
To store a voice mail access number (p. 41).
To set the voice mail tone (p. 42).
To select the line mode (p. 16).
To select the dial mode (p. 15).
To set the auto talk feature (p. 18).
To set the “C.WTG (Call Waiting) options”
mode (p. 45).
To set the display language (p. 14).
During programming:
*To select a desired function item, press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the
arrow points to the item. Then press FWD/EDIT á to go to the next step.
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•If you do not press any buttons for 60 seconds, the unit will return to the standby
mode.
•If the handset has lost communication with the base unit, 3 beeps sound and “No
link to base. Place on cradle and try again.” is displayed.
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Programmable Functions
Setting the Auto Talk Feature
The Auto Talk feature allows you to answer a call by lifting the handset off
the base unit without pressing (TALK). If you want to use this feature, turn
the feature ON by programming. Your phone comes from the factory set
to OFF.
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
1
2
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
3
4
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
5
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
6
Press Ö or Ñ to select “On” or “Off”.
7
Press FWD/EDIT á (Save key).
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Program”.
HProgram
GF
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Talk switching”.
H=Yes
HTalk switching
C.WTG options
H=Yes
GF
Auto talk
:Off
GF
H=Save
Auto talk
:On
GF
•A beep sounds.
•To return to the standby mode, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
H=Save
Auto talk
:On
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•In order to view Call Display information before answering a call, leave the Auto
Talk feature OFF.
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Selecting the Ringer Volume
1
2
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
3
4
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the
arrow points to “Ringer volume”.
Press Ö or Ñ to select the
desired volume.
Preparation
You can set the ringer volume to HIGH, LOW or OFF. If set to OFF, the
unit will not ring. Your phone comes from the factory set to HIGH.
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
Save directory
HRinger volume
GF
H=Yes
HIGH
Ringer
Low ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ High
GF
•The selected volume is displayed and rings.
•To turn the ringer OFF, press and
Ö
Ñ
hold Ö until 2 beeps sound.
Ringer
•When set to OFF, “Ringer off” will
LOW Low ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ High
flash for about 45 seconds before the
GF
handset returns to the standby mode.
Ö
Ñ
To turn the ringer ON, press Ñ or Ö
in step 4.
OFF
Ringer off
•The ringer will sound at the LOW level.
•You can also select the ringer volume while a call is being received. Press
Ö or Ñ while the unit is ringing.
•When you replace the battery, the selected ringer volume setting will return to the
factory setting (HIGH). Reprogram if necessary.
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Making Calls
To have a hands-free phone conversation, connect the optional headset
to the handset (p. 49).
(TALK)
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH)
,
(CLEAR)
(REDIAL/PAUSE)
1
2
Press (TALK).
Talk
Dial a phone number.
Talk
•The dialed number is displayed.
•After a few seconds, the display will show the
length of the call and the battery strength.
1112222
Talk
00-00-00
3
To hang up, press (TALK) or place the
handset on the base unit.
Off
00-01-08
•If the handset has lost communication with the base unit, 3 beeps sound and “No
link to base. Place on cradle and try again.” is displayed.
If noise interferes with the conversation
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH) to select a clearer channel or move closer to
the base unit.
To redial the last number dialed
Press (TALK) and press (REDIAL/PAUSE).
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To dial after confirming the entered number
1
2
Dial a phone number.
•If you misdial, press (CLEAR) and dial again.
3334444
Press (TALK).
Talk
•After a few seconds, the display will show the
length of the call and the battery strength.
3334444
Talk
00-00-00
To hang up, press (TALK) or place the
handset on the base unit.
Basic Operation
3
Off
00-01-08
To redial after confirming the last number dialed
Press (REDIAL/PAUSE) and press (TALK).
To adjust the receiver volume while talking
To increase, press Ñ.
To decrease press Ö.
•Each time you press Ö or Ñ, the
volume level will change.
•The display will return to the length of
the call.
Loud
HIGH
Low ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ High
Ñ
Ö
Loud
MEDIUM
Low ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚
Ñ
High
Ö
Loud
LOW
Low ❚ ❚
High
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Answering Calls
When a call is received, the unit rings, “Incoming call” is displayed
and the CALLER ID (Call Display) indicator flashes quickly.
If you subscribe to a Call Display service, the calling party information will
be displayed after the first ring (p. 23). In order to view the Call Display
information, please wait until the second ring to answer a call.
If the handset is off the base unit,
press (TALK).
•You can also answer a call by pressing any dialing
button (0) to (9), (*) or (#) (—Any Key Talk).
(TALK)
Auto Talk
If you set the Auto Talk feature to ON
(p. 18), you can answer a call by lifting
the handset off the base unit without
pressing (TALK).
When the optional headset is
connected (p. 49), make sure to
use the headset to talk with the
caller. If you want to have a
regular cordless phone
conversation, disconnect the
headset.
CALLER ID
(Call Display)
Indicator
Lighted handset keypad
The handset dialing buttons will light when you press a button or lift the
handset off the base unit, and flash when a call is received. The lights will
go out a few seconds after pressing a button, lifting the handset or
answering a call.
Backlit LCD display
The lighted handset display will stay on for a few seconds after pressing a
handset button or lifting the handset off the base unit.
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Call Display Service
This unit is compatible with the Call Display service offered by your
telephone company. If you subscribe to Call Display service, the calling
party’s information will be displayed after the first ring.
This unit can record information for up to 50 different callers in the Caller
List. The Caller List information is sorted by the most recent to the oldest
call. When the 51st call is received, the first call is deleted.
Using the list, you can automatically call back a caller. You can store the
callers’ names and numbers from the Caller List into the directory.
If you subscribe to a Visual Call Waiting Service, when a second call is
received while talking, the new caller’s name and phone number will be
displayed (p. 44).
The display shows the caller’s name
and number after the first ring.
TINA ROBINSON
1-000-222-3333
After you answer the call, the display
will show the length of the call and the
battery strength.
Basic Operation
How caller information is displayed when a call is
received
Talk
01-06-35
The CALLER ID (Call
Display) indicator light will
flash quickly when a call is
being received.
•Caller information cannot be displayed in the following cases:
•—If the caller dialed from an area which does not provide a Call Display service,
the display will show “Unavailable Name & No”.
•—If a long distance call is identified, and the caller’s name and/or number cannot
be received, the display will show “Long distance”.
•—If the caller has requested not to display his/her information, the display will
show “Private caller”.
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Call Display Service
•If your unit is connected to a PBX which does not support Call Display services,
you cannot access those services.
•The name display service may not be available in some areas. For further
information, please contact your telephone company.
To check the number of new calls
When new calls have been received, the CALLER ID (Call Display)
indicator flashes slowly on the base unit.
While the handset is on the base unit:
If you have received 10 new callers,
the display will show the following:
10 new callers
CALLER ID (Call Display)
Indicator
While the handset is off the base unit:
Press Ö or Ñ to turn the display on.
If you have received 10 new calls,
the display will show the following:
10 new callers
H=Directory
,
GF
•If “No items stored” is displayed, the Caller List is empty.
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Using the Caller List
Viewing the Caller List
You can view the caller list with the handset. Caller List information
includes the caller’s name and phone number, the time and date the call
was received, and the number of times they called.
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
1
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the Caller
List.
•The display will show, for example,
the following.
Basic Operation
GF
2 new callers
H=Directory
•You can go to the directory list by
pressing FWD/EDIT á (p. 37).
2
To search from the most recent
call, press Ö.
To search from the oldest call,
press Ñ.
•To scroll between callers,
press Ö or Ñ.
3
,
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH)
To exit the list, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•The handset will return to the
standby mode.
•Once new calls have been checked, “√” will be added.
•If “No items stored” is displayed, the Caller List is empty.
•If more than one call is received from the same caller, the date and time of the
last call will be recorded. If the same caller calls again, the call entry with “√” will
be deleted.
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Using the Caller List
Example: When you search from the most recent call,
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the Caller List.
GF
2 new callers
H=Directory
Press Ö.
JACK SMITH
1-222-333-4444
3:10P JUN.10
•If there is no name information for a
caller, the display will only show the
phone number.
Press Ö.
NANCY BROWN
222-3333
1:54P JUN. 9 ✕3
Press Ö.
CINDY TURNER
1-234-456-7890
10:38A JUN. 9 √
To return to the previous caller,
press Ñ.
To exit the Caller List,
press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•The handset will return to the standby
mode.
Press Ö.
GF
0 new caller
H=Directory
Press Ö.
Display meaning:
√
: You have checked this caller information, answered the call
or called back the caller.
✕2-✕9 : The number of times the same caller called (up to 9).
After checking, “✕2” – “✕9” will be replaced with “√”.
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Calling Back from the Caller List
Basic Operation
(TALK)
,
1
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the Caller List.
2
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly to find the
desired caller.
CINDY TURNER
1-234-456-7890
11:20A JAN.12 ✕3
3
Press (TALK).
Talk
•The displayed phone number is dialed
automatically.
12344567890
GF
3 new callers
H=Directory
Talk
01-06-35
•In some cases, you may have to edit the number before dialing (p. 28).
(Example: You may have to delete “1” and the area code.)
•If a phone number is not displayed in the caller information, you cannot call back
that caller.
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Using the Caller List
Editing the Caller’s Phone Number
You can edit a phone number into one of 4 patterns.
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
1
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the Caller List.
2
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly to find the
desired caller, and press
FWD/EDIT á.
GF
5 new callers
H=Directory
FRED PARKER
1-234-321-5555
11:20A JAN.12 √
HEdit
Save directory
H=Yes
GF
3
While the arrow points to “Edit”,
press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
4
Press FWD/EDIT á (Edit key) to
select a pattern.
•Each time you press FWD/EDIT á, the
number is rearranged into one of
4 different patterns.
a
Area code – Phone no.
b Phone no.
c 1 – Phone no.
FRED PARKER
1-234-321-5555
G=Next
H=Edit
a 234-321-5555
G=Next
H=Edit
b 321-5555
G=Next
H=Edit
c 1-321-5555
G=Next
H=Edit
d 1 – Area code – Phone no.
•The order in which patterns a–d are
d 1-234-321-5555
displayed depends on how the telephone
G=Next
H=Edit
number is displayed in step 2.
5
After editing the number, you can continue with calling back or
storing procedures. To call back, press (TALK) (p. 27).
To store the number in the directory,
FRED PARKER
press Ö (Next key), and press
321-5555
FWD/EDIT á (Save key). (If the caller F=Edit
H=Save
has no name information, see page 29,
from step 3.)
•The number edited in step 4 will not be maintained in the Caller List.
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Storing Caller List Information in the Directory
You can store names and phone numbers that are in the Caller List into
the directory.
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
1
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the Caller List.
2
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly to find the
caller you want to store in the directory,
and press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
10 new callers
H=Directory
GF
HEdit
Save directory
H=Yes
GF
3
Press Ö or Ñ to select “Save
directory”, and press FWD/EDIT á
(Yes key).
If there is no name information for the
caller, “Enter name” will be
displayed.
a) If a name is not required, press Ö
(Next key) and press FWD/EDIT á
(Save key).
b) If a name is required, enter the name
(p. 35). When finished, press Ö
(Next key) and press FWD/EDIT á
(Save key).
•A beep sounds.
•To continue storing other items, repeat steps 2
and 3.
•To return to the standby mode, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
Edit
HSave directory
GF
H=Yes
Basic Operation
•If the number requires editing, see page 28.
CINDY TURNER
1-234-456-7890
11:20A JAN.12 ✕3
Enter name
IH
G=Next
Enter name
CINDY TURNER
IH
G=Next
CINDY TURNER
1234567890
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•If the display shows “Directory full” in step 3, press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH)
to exit the list. To erase other stored items from the directory, see page 40.
•After the maximum of 50 items has been stored, “Directory full” is also displayed.
•You cannot store caller information in the directory if a phone number is not
displayed.
•If 3 beeps sound and the display shows “Save error” in step 3, move closer to
the base unit and start again from step 2.
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Using the Caller List
Erasing Caller List Information
After checking the Caller List, you can erase some or all of the entries.
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
To erase a specific caller from the Caller List
1
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the Caller List.
2
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly to find the
caller you want to erase from the Caller
List.
3
Press (CLEAR).
10 new callers
H=Directory
GF
TOM REAGAN
1-888-777-6666
12:20A JAN.12 √
•A beep sounds and the information is erased.
•To erase other items, repeat from step 2.
•To return to the standby mode, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
Clear
To erase all entries in the Caller List
Before erasing all entries, make sure that “0 new caller” is displayed.
1
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the Caller List.
2
Press (CLEAR).
3
Press Ö or Ñ to select “All clear”.
4
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key) or (CLEAR).
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GF
0 new caller
H=Directory
HExit
All clear
GF
H=Yes
Exit
HAll clear
GF
H=Yes
•A beep sounds and all entries are erased.
All clear
One-Touch Dialer
You can store a phone number in the (DIRECT) button of the handset. The
stored number is dialed with a one-touch operation.
Storing a Phone Number in the DIRECT Button
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
1
2
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
3
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
4
While the arrow points to “Save
DIRECT#”, press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
5
Enter a phone number, up to 22 digits.
7
HProgram
GF
H=Yes
HSave DIRECT#
Set flash time
H=Yes
GF
IH
•Each time you press (CLEAR) the digit to the
left of the cursor is erased. To erase all digits,
press and hold (CLEAR).
•To move the cursor, press BACK Ü or
FWD/EDIT á.
Press Ö (Next key).
•If you want to edit the entered number, press
Ñ (Edit key) and return to step 5.
Press FWD/EDIT á (Save key).
•A beep sounds.
•To return to the standby mode, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
G=Next
1234567890123456
789012
IH
G=Next
1234567890123456
789012
F=Edit
H=Save
1234567890123456
789012
Save DIRECT#
Advanced Operation
6
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Program”.
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•If a pause is required for dialing, (REDIAL/PAUSE) can be stored in a phone
number in step 5. This counts as one digit (p. 44).
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One Touch Dialer
Dialing the Stored Number in the DIRECT
Button
1
2
Press (DIRECT).
•The stored number is displayed.
Press (TALK).
•The number is dialed.
1234567890123456
789012
Talk
1234567890123456
789012
•You can also dial the stored number by pressing (TALK) then pressing (DIRECT).
(If your line has rotary or pulse service, any access numbers stored after
pressing (TONE) will not be dialed.)
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Using the Directory
You can store up to 50 names and phone numbers in the directory. All
directory items are sorted by the first word in alphabetical order. Using the
directory, you can make a call by selecting a name on the handset
display.
Storing Names and Numbers in the
Directory
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH)
(CLEAR)
The dialing buttons can
be used to enter letters
and symbols.
,
Advanced Operation
,
, BACK
FWD/EDIT
(REDIAL/PAUSE)
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Using the Directory
1
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
2
While the arrow points to “Save
directory”, press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
3
Enter a name, up to 15 characters using
the dialing buttons (p. 35).
HSave directory
Ringer volume
H=Yes
GF
•The display shows the number of stored items
in the directory.
•To move the cursor, press BACK Ü or
FWD/EDIT á.
•If a name is not required, press Ö (Next key)
and go to step 5.
Directory=
20 items
Enter name
IH
G=Next
Enter name
Tom Jones
IH
4
Press Ö (Next key).
5
Enter a phone number, up to 22 digits.
G=Next
Enter phone no.
•If you misdial, press (CLEAR). Digits are
erased from the right. To erase all digits, press
and hold (CLEAR).
6
Press Ö (Next key).
7
Press FWD/EDIT á (Save key).
•If you want to change the storing name or
number, press Ñ (Edit key) repeatedly to
reach the desired display and change it.
0987654321
IH
G=Next
Tom Jones
0987654321
F=Edit
H=Save
Tom Jones
•A beep sounds.
•To continue storing other items, repeat from step 2. 0987654321
•To return to the standby mode, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•If a pause is required for dialing, (REDIAL/PAUSE) can be stored in a phone
number in step 5. This counts as one digit (p. 44).
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•If the display shows “Directory full” in step 2, press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
To erase other stored items from the directory, see page 40.
•After maximum of 50 items have been stored, “Directory full” is displayed.
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Selecting Characters to Enter Names
TALK
DIRECT
ON
OFF
The handset dialing buttons ((0) to (9)), BACK Ü
and FWD/EDIT á can be used to enter letters
and symbols. The letters are printed on the
dialing buttons.
Pressing each button selects a character as
shown below.
LOUD
SEARCH
BACK
FWD EDIT
CH
FUNCTION EXIT
CLEAR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TONE
0
Number of times key is pressed
1
2
3
4
5
(1)
#
&
’
(
)
(2)
A
B
C
a
b
c
2
(3)
D
E
F
d
e
f
3
(4)
G
H
I
g
h
i
4
(5)
J
K
L
j
k
l
5
(6)
M
N
O
m
n
o
6
(7)
P
Q
R
S
p
q
r
(8)
T
U
V
t
u
v
8
(9)
W
X
Y
Z
w
x
y
(0)
0
Blank
BACK
Ü
FWD/EDIT
á
6
7
8
9
10
11
,
–
.
/
1
s
7
z
9
To move the cursor to the left
Advanced Operation
Keys
REDIAL
PAUSE
FLASH CALL WAIT
VOICE MAIL
To move the cursor to the right
•To enter another character using the same dialing button, press FWD/EDIT á
to move the cursor to the next space.
If you make a mistake while entering a name
Use BACK Ü or FWD/EDIT á to move the cursor to the incorrect
character, press (CLEAR) to delete and enter the correct character. Each
time you press (CLEAR), a character is erased from the right. To erase all
characters, press and hold (CLEAR).
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Using the Directory
For example, to enter “Tom Jones”:
1
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
2
While the arrow points to “Save
directory”, press FWD/EDIT á
(Yes key).
HSave directory
Ringer volume
H=Yes
GF
Directory=
20 items
Enter name
IH
G=Next
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Press (8).
T
Press (6) six times, then press FWD/EDIT
á to move the cursor to the right.
To
Press (6) four times.
Tom
Press FWD/EDIT á twice to enter a blank.
Tom
Press (5).
Tom J
Press (6) six times, then press FWD/EDIT
á to move the cursor to the right.
Tom Jo
Press (6) five times.
Tom Jon
Press (3) five times.
Tom Jone
Press (7) eight times.
Enter name
Tom Jones
12
When finished, press Ö (Next key).
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IH
•To enter a phone number and continue
storing, see page 34, from step 5.
G=Next
Enter phone no.
Finding Items in the Directory
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
1
Press BACK Ü or FWD/EDIT á to
enter the directory list.
Directory list
GF
H=Caller’s list
2
Press Ö or Ñ.
•The first item is displayed.
,
, BACK
,
FWD/EDIT
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH)
Ann
1234567890
3
.
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the
desired item is displayed.
•All directory items are stored in the
order shown on the right.
Example: To find “Frank”, press
(3) repeatedly until the
first item under “F” is
displayed.
Press Ñ.
Alphabet letter
Symbol
Number
Telephone number
(If no name is stored)
Advanced Operation
To search for a name by initial
# Press the dialing button for the
first letter of the desired name
until any name with the same
initial is displayed (see the
Index table on page 38).
Press Ö.
$ Press Ö repeatedly until the
name is displayed.
•You can leave the directory list any time by pressing (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•If “No items stored” is displayed in step 2, the directory is empty.
•In step 1, you can go to the Caller List by pressing FWD/EDIT á (p. 25).
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Using the Directory
Index table
Keys
Index
Keys
Index
(1)
Other symbols, 1
(6)
M, N, O, 6
(2)
A, B, C, 2
(7)
P, Q, R, S, 7
(3)
D, E, F, 3
(8)
T, U, V, 8
(4)
G, H, I, 4
(9)
W, X, Y, Z, 9
(5)
J, K, L, 5
(0)
0
Dialing from the Directory
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
1
2
3
Press BACK Ü or FWD/EDIT á to enter
the directory list.
Directory list
GF
H=Caller’s list
Press Ö or Ñ.
•The first item is displayed.
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly to find the
directory item that you want to dial.
Frank
4567890
•To search for the item by initial, see page 37.
•To exit the directory, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
4
Press (TALK).
Talk
•The number is dialed automatically.
4567890
5
To hang up, press (TALK) or place the
handset on the base unit.
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Editing an Item in the Directory
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
1
2
3
4
5
7
8
Directory list
GF
H=Caller’s list
•The first item is displayed.
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly to find the
directory item you want to change, and
press FWD/EDIT á.
Jane
1234567
•To search for the item by initial, see page 37.
•If you do not need to change the name, go to
step 5.
Enter name
Jane
Edit the name using the dialing buttons,
BACK Ü or FWD/EDIT á (p. 35), up to 15
characters.
Enter name
Jane Walker
Press Ö (Next key).
1234567
•If you do not need to change the number, go to
step 7.
IH
IH
IH
Add a number to the current number.
0981234567
•Pressing (CLEAR) erases the digit to the left of
the cursor. To erase all digits, press and hold
(CLEAR).
IH
Press Ö (Next key).
•If you want to change the storing name or
number, press Ñ (Edit key) repeatedly to
reach the desired display and change it.
Press FWD/EDIT á (Save key).
•A beep sounds.
•To continue editing other items, repeat from
step 3.
•To return to the standby mode, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
G=Next
G=Next
G=Next
G=Next
Jane Walker
0981234567
F=Edit
H=Save
Advanced Operation
6
Press BACK Ü or FWD/EDIT á to enter
the directory list.
Press Ö or Ñ.
Jane Walker
0981234567
•You can exit the programming mode at any time by pressing
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
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Using the Directory
Erasing an Item from the Directory
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
1
Press BACK Ü or FWD/EDIT á to enter
the directory list.
2
3
Press Ö or Ñ.
Directory list
GF
H=Caller’s list
•The first item is displayed.
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly to find the
directory item you want to erase.
Helen
1234567890
•To search for the item by initial, see page 37.
Press (CLEAR).
4
•To stop erasing, press BACK Ü (No key).
5
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key) or
(CLEAR).
Clear?
I=No
H=Yes
Clear
•A beep sounds and the item is erased.
•To erase other items, repeat from step 3.
•To return to the standby mode, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
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Voice Mail Service
Voice mail service is an electronic on-line answering system offered by
your telephone company. After subscribing, the voice mail system can
answer calls automatically when your line is busy or if calls are not
answered. Callers can leave messages by following the pre-recorded
instructions. When voice mail messages are recorded, “Voicemail” and
“
” will be displayed and the VOICE MAIL indicator on the base unit will
flash.
To use this feature, you must first store your access number.
Storing a Voice Mail Access Number
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
5
6
7
8
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Program”.
HProgram
GF
H=Yes
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Save mailbox#”.
HSave mailbox#
Voicemail tone
H=Yes
GF
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
IH
Enter your access number, up to 32 digits.
•If you enter a wrong number, press
(INTERCOM/CLEAR). Digits are erased from
the right. To erase all digits, press and hold
(INTERCOM/CLEAR).
1234567890
IH
Press Ö (Next key).
1234567890
•If you want to edit the entered number, press
Ñ (Edit key) and return to step 6.
F=Edit
Press FWD/EDIT á (Save key).
•A beep sounds.
•To return to the standby mode, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
G=Next
G=Next
Advanced Operation
1
2
3
4
H=Save
1234567890
Save mailbox#
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Voice Mail Service
To erase a stored number
Press and hold (CLEAR) in step 6 on page 41.
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
Setting the Voice Mail Tone
If your voice mail service sends a voice mail tone after a new message has
been recorded, set to “On”. “Voicemail” and “
” will be displayed and
the VOICE MAIL indicator on the base unit will flash when a message has
been recorded in your mailbox. You will hear a series of voice mail tones
followed by a dial tone after pressing (TALK).
(Contact your service provider for details about your service.)
Set to “Off” if:
—you do not subscribe to a voice mail service,
—your voice mail service does not send a voice mail tone, or
—the unit is connected to a PBX.
Your phone comes from the factory set to “Off”.
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
1
2
42
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Program”.
HProgram
GF
3
4
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
5
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
6
Press Ö or Ñ to select “On” or “Off”.
Press FWD/EDIT á (Save key).
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Voicemail tone”.
H=Yes
Save mailbox#
HVoicemail tone
GF
H=Yes
Voicemail tone
:Off
GF
H=Save
Voicemail tone
:On
•A beep sounds.
•To return to the standby mode, press
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
Listening to Voice Mail Messages
After receiving a voice mail message, “Voicemail” and “
” will be
displayed and the VOICE MAIL indicator on the base unit will flash.
You can listen to your voice mail message(s), follow the steps below.
1
2
3
Press (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL), and press (TALK).
•The unit is connected to the telephone line and dials the access number (p. 41).
Follow the pre-recorded instructions.
When finished, press (TALK).
•If “Voicemail” and “
” still remain on the display and the VOICE MAIL
indicator on the base unit still flashes even if you have listened to your voice mail
message(s), press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH), and press and hold (CLEAR) until the
unit beeps. “Voicemail” and “
” will disappear and the indicator will go off.
•If your voice mail service uses a voice mail tone and the recorded message is
over 3 minutes long, “Voicemail” and “
” may not be displayed and the
VOICE MAIL indicator may not flash.
•If your voice mail service uses a voice mail tone, the tone will be heard from any
parallel connected phone. If you use another phone to retrieve messages, you
have to dial your access number manually.
Automatic Security Code Setting
Each time you place the handset on the base unit, the unit automatically
selects one of more than a million security codes. These codes help
prevent the unauthorized use of your telephone line by another cordless
telephone user.
Advanced Operation
Special Features
Handset Locator
You can locate the handset or page the handset user with beep tones
from the base unit.
1
2
Press (HANDSET!LOCATOR).
•The IN USE/CHARGE indicator flashes. The handset beeps for 1 minute
and “Paging” is displayed.
To stop paging, press (HANDSET!LOCATOR) again or press (TALK)
twice on the handset.
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Special Features
How to Use the PAUSE Button
(For Analogue PBX Line/Long Distance Service Users)
We recommend you press (REDIAL/PAUSE) if a pause is required for
dialing with a PBX or to access a long distance service.
Example: Line access number (9) (PBX)
(9) \ (REDIAL/PAUSE) \ Phone number
•Pressing (REDIAL/PAUSE) once creates a 3.5 second pause. This prevents
misdialing when you redial or dial a stored number.
•Pressing (REDIAL/PAUSE) more than once increases the length of the pause
between numbers.
Temporary Tone Dialing
(For Rotary or Pulse Service Users)
Press (TONE) before entering access numbers which require tone dialing.
•The dialing mode changes to tone. You can enter numbers to access an
answering service, electronic banking service, etc. When you hang up, the mode
will return to pulse.
•Access numbers entered after pressing (TONE) will not be included when
redialing.
For Call Waiting Service Users
Press (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL) if you hear a call-waiting tone
while talking.
•The first call is put on hold and you can answer the second call.
•To return to the first caller, press (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL) again.
•The call waiting service cannot be used when a parallel connected telephone is
in use.
•If this function does not operate properly, consult your telephone company for
details.
Visual Call Waiting Service
Visual Call Waiting Service allows your unit to
display the second caller’s information. After you
hear a call-waiting tone while talking, the unit
will display the caller’s name with the phone
number and “----Waiting-----”.
NANCY BROWN
1-000-222-3333
----Waiting-----
•Please contact your telephone company for details and availability in your area.
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Call Waiting Deluxe Service
This unit is compatible with a Call Waiting Deluxe Service offered by your
telephone company.
After subscribing, Call Waiting Deluxe Service not only allows your
handset to display the second caller’s information, but also offers you a
variety of ways to deal with the second call (p. 46).
Before using Call Waiting Deluxe Service, turn the “C.WTG (Call Waiting)
options” mode on by programming.
•Please contact your telephone company for details and availability in your area.
To turn the “C.WTG (Call Waiting) options” mode on
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
1
2
3
4
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
5
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
C.WTG options
:Off
GF
H=Save
6
Press Ö or Ñ to select “On”.
C.WTG options
:On
GF
H=Save
HProgram
GF
H=Yes
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “C.WTG options”.
Press FWD/EDIT á (Save key).
•A beep sounds.
•To return to the standby mode,
press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
Talk switching
HC.WTG options
GF
H=Yes
Advanced Operation
7
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Program”.
C.WTG options
:On
To turn the “C.WTG (Call Waiting) options” mode off, press Ö or Ñ
in step 6.
•You can exit the programming mode at any time by pressing
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
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Special Features
To use Call Waiting Deluxe Service
You can choose from the options on the display as shown below.
Display
Signification
Ans (Answer)
Answers the second call while keeping the first call on
hold.
Hold
Plays the pre-recorded hold message for the second
caller and the second call is put on hold.
Annc
Plays the pre-recorded busy message for the second
(Announcement) caller (Example: “We are not available now”)
and hangs up the second call.
Fwd (Forward) Forwards the second call to your voice mail if you
subscribe to a voice mail service (p. 41).
Drop
Hangs up the current call and answers the waiting
call.
Conf
Answers the second call and combines it with the first
(Conference)
call to make a conference call.
During a conference call, you can choose either
“Drop caller1” or “Drop caller2” to hang up the
first or second call.
Return
Returns to the waiting caller, while keeping the
current call on hold.
1
2
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When you hear a call-waiting tone
while talking, the second caller’s
information is displayed. Press
(FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL).
NANCY BROWN
1-000-222-3333
----Waiting-----
•The option menu is displayed.
1:Ans
2:Hold
3:Annc
Enter a displayed option number
(1 to 6) to select the desired option.
•The length of the call is displayed.
4:Fwd
5:Drop
6:Conf
After selecting “Ans” (Answer) or “Hold”:
You can choose one of the following options:
“Return”— to return to the waiting call.
1:Return
“Drop”— to hang up the current call and
2:Drop
answer the waiting call.
3:Conference
“Conference”— to make a conference call.
Press (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL) to display the option menu.
Enter a displayed option number (1 to 3) to select the desired option.
•If “Return” is selected, you can choose an option in the same option menu
again. Press (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL).
After selecting “Conf” (Conference):
You can choose one of the following options:
“Drop caller1”— to hang up the first call.
1:Drop caller1
“Drop caller2”— to hang up the second 2:Drop caller2
call.
Press (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL) to display the option menu.
Enter a displayed option number (1 or 2) to select the desired
option.
Advanced Operation
•In step 2, you can also select the desired option by pressing Ö or Ñ repeatedly,
until the option flashes, then press (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL).
•To cancel the option menu, press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH) or wait for 20 seconds.
The display will return to the length of the call.
•The call waiting service cannot be used when a parallel connected telephone is
in use.
•If this function does not operate properly, consult your telephone company for
details.
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Special Features
FLASH Button
Pressing (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL) allows you to use special
features of your host PBX such as transferring an extension call or
accessing special telephone services (optional) such as call waiting.
Selecting the flash time
The flash time depends on your telephone exchange or host PBX.
You can select the following flash times: “700, 600, 400, 300, 250, 110,
100 or 90 ms (milliseconds)”. Your phone comes from the factory set to
“700 ms”.
Make sure the handset is in the standby mode initially.
1
2
3
4
Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Program”.
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the arrow
points to “Set flash time”.
5
Press FWD/EDIT á (Yes key).
6
7
Press Ö or Ñ repeatedly until the
desired time is displayed.
HProgram
GF
H=Yes
Save DIRECT#
HSet flash time
GF
H=Yes
Flash time
:700ms
GF
H=Save
Press FWD/EDIT á (Save key).
•A beep sounds.
•To return to the standby mode, press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing
(FUNCTION/EXIT/CH).
•If you are connected via a PBX, a longer flash time may be necessary to use
PBX functions (transferring a call etc.). Consult your PBX supplier for the correct
setting.
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Using the Belt Clip
You can hang the handset on your belt or pocket using the belt clip.
To attach the belt clip
To remove the belt clip
Using an Optional Headset
Plugging an optional headset into the handset allows a hands-free phone
conversation. Please use only the Panasonic KX-TCA88C headset.
Connecting an optional headset to the handset.
Open the headset jack cover, and connect the headset to the headset
jack as shown below.
Headset Jack
When the optional headset is connected to the handset, make sure to use the
headset to talk with the caller. If you want to have a regular cordless phone
conversation, disconnect the headset.
Useful Information
H
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Wall Mounting
This unit can be mounted on a wall phone plate.
1
2
Adjust the angle of the cradle:
#Slide the lock switch
2
to “RELEASE”.
$Rotate the cradle 90°
until it faces straight
up.
%Slide the lock switch
to “LOCK” with the
cradle facing straight
up.
1
Back Side
3
Back Side
Connect the AC adaptor.
To Power
Outlet
3
#Tuck the telephone line
cord inside the wall
mounting adaptor.
$Connect the telephone
line cord to the unit.
%Install the adaptor by
pushing it in the direction
of the arrow.
•The word “UP” should face
upward.
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1
3
2
4
Connect the telephone line
cord. Mount the unit, then
slide down.
•Raise the antennas.
5
To charge the handset battery:
Place the handset in the cradle as
shown.
•The IN USE/CHARGE indicator lights up.
IN USE/CHARGE
Indicator
Useful Information
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Battery Replacement
If “Recharge battery” is displayed and/or “
” flashes after being
fully charged, replace the battery with a new Panasonic P-P510
(N4HKGMB00001) battery.
1
Carefully insert a flat metal
object in the slot, and push
forward to release the lock.
Remove the handset cover.
Push
forward.
2
Replace the battery. Then
place the battery leads
inside the groove, otherwise
the leads may be damaged
when closing the cover.
3
Close the cover.
1
2
4
Make sure you charge the new battery for about 6 hours before
using the phone so that the battery strength will be displayed
correctly (p. 12).
Attention:
The product you have purchased is powered by a nickel
cadmium battery which is recyclable.
Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on how to
recycle this battery.
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Adding Another Phone
This unit will not function during a power failure. To connect a standard
telephone on the same line, use a T-adaptor.
Standard Telephone
Single-Line
Telephone Jack
Telephone
Line Cord
T-Adaptor
Useful Information
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Before Requesting Help
Problem
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Remedy
“No link to base.
Place on cradle and
try again.” is displayed
and an alarm tone sounds.
•You are too far from the base unit. Move
closer and try again.
•Place the handset on the base unit and
try again.
•Plug in the AC adaptor.
•Raise the base unit antennas.
The unit does not work.
•Check the settings (p. 11–16).
•Charge the battery fully (p. 12).
•Clean the charge contacts and charge
again (p. 13).
•Install the battery properly (p. 52).
•Place the handset on the base unit and
unplug the AC adaptor to reset. Plug in,
and try again.
•Re-install the battery and place the
handset on the base unit (p. 52).
Try again.
Static, sound cuts in/out,
fades. Interference from
other electrical units.
•Locate the handset and the base unit
away from other electrical appliances
(p. 3).
•Move closer to the base unit.
•Raise the base unit antennas.
•Press (FUNCTION/EXIT/CH) to select a
clearer channel.
The handset does not ring.
•The ringer volume is set to OFF. Set to
HIGH or LOW (p. 19).
The handset display is
blank.
•The handset is in the standby mode
(p. 13). Press Ö, Ñ, BACK Ü or
FWD/EDIT á to turn the display on.
The handset display is still
blank after pressing Ö, Ñ,
BACK Ü or FWD/EDIT á.
•Charge the battery fully (p. 12).
Problem
Remedy
You cannot program items,
such as the dialing mode.
•Programming is not possible while the
unit is in the talk mode or when viewing
the Caller List/Directory List.
•Do not pause for over 60 seconds while
programming.
•Move closer to the base unit.
•Make sure that the unit is in the standby
mode.
Previously programmed
information is erased.
•If a power failure occurs, programmed
information may be erased. Reprogram
if necessary.
You cannot store a name
and phone number in the
directory.
•You cannot store an item in the directory
while the unit is in the talk mode.
•Do not pause for over 60 seconds while
storing.
While programming or
searching, the unit starts to
ring and stops the program/
search.
•To answer the call, press (TALK). Start
again from the beginning after hanging
up.
The unit does not display the •You need to subscribe to a Call Display
caller’s name and/or phone
service from a telephone company.
number.
•Other telephone equipment may be
interfering with your phone. Disconnect
it and try again.
•Other electrical appliances connected to
the same outlet may be interfering with
the Call Display information.
•Telephone line noise may be affecting
the Call Display information.
•Do not pause for over 60 seconds while
searching.
When a second call is
received during a
conversation, the unit does
not display the new caller’s
name and/or phone number.
•The line mode selection is incorrect. See
page 16.
Useful Information
The display goes to the
standby mode while viewing
the Caller List.
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Before Requesting Help
Problem
Remedy
(HANDSET!LOCATOR) does
•The handset is too far from the base
unit.
•The handset is engaged in an outside
call or is viewing the Caller List/directory
list. Wait until the IN USE/CHARGE
indicator light goes out.
not function.
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You cannot redial by
pressing (REDIAL/PAUSE).
•If the last number dialed was more than
32 digits long, the number will not be
redialed correctly.
•Access numbers entered after pressing
(TONE) will not be included when
redialing.
•The button has a double function as
either redial or pause. It will redial the
last number dialed if pressed at the
outset of a call (p. 20). If another
number has been dialed first, it will
operate as a pause button (p. 44).
“Recharge battery” is
displayed on the handset,
“
” flashes or the unit
beeps intermittently.
•Charge the battery fully (p. 12).
You charged the battery
fully, but “Recharge
battery” is still displayed
and/or “
” continues to
flash.
•Clean the charge contacts and charge
again (p. 13).
•Install a new battery (p. 52).
The IN USE/CHARGE
indicator light does not go
out while charging.
•This is normal.
You cannot have a
conversation using the
handset.
•When the headset is connected (p. 49),
you must use the headset to talk with the
caller. To have a regular cordless phone
conversation, disconnect the headset.
You cannot have a
conversation using the
headset.
•Make sure that the headset is connected
properly (p. 49).
Important Information
NOTICE:
The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means
that the equipment meets telecommunications network protective, operational and
safety requirements as prescribed in the appropriate Terminal Equipment
Technical Requirements document(s). The Department does not guarantee the
equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be
connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The
equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. The
customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not
prevent degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be coordinated by a representative
designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this
equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications
company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure, for their own protection, that the electrical ground
connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe
system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly
important in rural areas.
Caution:
Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should
contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
NOTICE:
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device
provides an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed to be
connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist
of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the
Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 5.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) of This Unit:
(found on the bottom of the unit).
Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this telephone.
Some cordless telephones operate at frequencies that may cause interference to
nearby TVs and VCRs. To minimize or prevent such interference, the base of the
cordless telephone should not be placed near, or on top of, a TV or VCR. If
interference is experienced, move the cordless telephone farther away from the
TV or VCR. This will often reduce, or eliminate, interference.
Operating near 2.4GHz electrical appliances may cause interference. Move away
from the electrical appliances and/or press the CH (Channel) button.
Useful Information
NOTICE:
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
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Safety Instructions
Take special care to follow the safety suggestions listed below.
Safety
1) The unit should be connected to a power supply only of the type
described in the operating instructions or as marked on the unit.
2) When left unused for a long period of time, the base unit should be
unplugged from the household AC outlet.
Installations
Environment
1) Do not use this unit near water— for example, near a bathtub,
washbowl, sink, etc. Damp basements should also be avoided.
2) The unit should be kept away from heat sources such as radiators,
kitchen range, etc. It also should not be placed in rooms where the
temperature is less than 5°C (41°F) or greater than 40°C (104°F).
3) The AC adaptor is used as the main disconnect device, ensure that
the AC outlet is located/installed near the unit and is easily accessible.
Placement
1) Do not place heavy objects on top of this unit.
2) Care should be taken so that objects do not fall onto, and liquids are
not spilled into, the unit. Do not subject this unit to excessive smoke,
dust, mechanical vibration or shock.
3) Place the unit on a flat surface.
For best performance
1) If noise prevents the conversation from being understood at the
handset, approach the base unit to lessen the noise.
2) The handset should be used at the HIGH volume setting when the
reception tone is difficult to hear.
3) The handset should be fully recharged on the base unit when
“Recharge battery” is displayed and/or “
” flashes.
4) The handset antenna should not be touched during use because of its
high sensitivity.
5) The maximum calling distance may be shortened when the unit is
used in the following places: Near obstacles such as hills, tunnels,
undergrounds, near metal objects such as wire fences, etc.
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Medical
Consult the manufacturer of any personal medical devices, such as
pacemakers, to determine if they are adequately shielded from external
RF (radio frequency) energy. (The unit operates in the frequency range
of 2454MHz to 2472MHz, and the power output level can range from
0.001 watts to 0.20 watts.) Do not use the unit in health care facilities if
any regulations posted in the area instruct you not to do so. Hospitals or
health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to
external RF (radio frequency) energy.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THE
BASE UNIT TO RAIN OR ANY TYPE OF MOISTURE. ONLY THE
HANDSET IS SHOCK AND SPLASH RESISTANT.
• If there is any trouble, disconnect the unit from the telephone line and connect a
known working phone. If the known working phone operates properly, have your
unit repaired by one of the specified authorized Panasonic Factory Servicentres.
If the known working phone does not operate properly, consult your telephone
company.
Splash-Resistant (HANDSET ONLY)
Shock-Resistant (HANDSET ONLY)
Although the handset is designed to be shock resistant, do not throw or
step on the handset.
Useful Information
The handset is designed to be splash resistant.
You can use the handset with wet hands.
CAUTION:
• Do not immerse in water or leave under running water.
• Keep the handset away from salt water.
• Avoid exposure to prolonged high humidity.
• Since water in headset jack may cause damage, close the headset jack
cover when the optional headset is not in use. When the optional
headset is connected, do not use the handset with wet hands.
• If the handset is wet, wipe with a soft dry cloth.
• The base unit is not designed to be splash resistant. Do not place the
wet handset on the base unit.
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Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3
PANASONIC PRODUCT—LIMITED WARRANTY
Panasonic Canada Inc. warrants this product to be free from defects in material and workmanship and
agrees to remedy any such defect for a period as stated below from the date of original purchase.
Telephone Accessory/Product
—One (1) year, parts and labour
FRS (Family Radio Service) Product
—One (1) year, parts and labour
LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS
This warranty does not apply to products purchased outside Canada or to any product which has
been improperly installed, subjected to usage for which the product was not designed, misused or
abused, damaged during shipping, or which has been altered or repaired in any way that affects
the reliability or detracts from the performance, nor does it cover any product which is used
commercially. Dry cell batteries are also excluded from coverage under this warranty.
Rechargeable batteries are warranted for ninety (90) days from date of original purchase.
This warranty is extended to the original end user purchaser only. A purchase receipt or other
proof of date of original purchase is required before warranty service is performed.
THIS EXPRESS, LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, EXCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
IN NO EVENT WILL PANASONIC CANADA INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
In certain instances, some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, or the exclusion of implied warranties, so the above limitations and
exclusions may not be applicable.
WARRANTY SERVICE
For product operation and information assistance, please contact your Dealer or our
Customer Care Centre at:
Telephone #: (905) 624-5505 Fax #: (905) 238-2360 Web: www.panasonic.ca
For product repairs, please contact one of the following:
BYour Dealer who will inform you of an authorized Servicentre nearest you.
BOur Customer Care Centre at (905) 624-5505 or www.panasonic.ca
BA Panasonic Factory Servicentre listed below:
Richmond, British Columbia
Panasonic Canada Inc.
13131 Bathgate Place
Richmond, BC V6V 1Z3
Tel: (604) 278-4211
Fax: (604) 278-5627
Calgary, Alberta
Panasonic Canada Inc.
6835-8th St. N. E.
Calgary, AB T2E 7H7
Tel: (403) 295-3955
Fax: (403) 274-5493
Mississauga, Ontario
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Dr.
Mississauga, ON L4W 2T3
Tel: (905) 624-8447
Fax: (905) 238-2418
Lachine, Québec
Panasonic Canada Inc.
3075, rue Louis A. Amos
Lachine, QC H8T 1C4
Tel: (514) 633-8684
Fax: (514) 633-8020
CUSTOMER’S RECORD:
Customer Name: _________________________________________________________
Model No.: ____________________________ Serial No.: __________________________
Date of Purchase: __________________________________________________________
Dealer’s Name:_____________________________________________________________
Address: _____________________________ Phone Number:______________________
IF YOU SHIP THE PRODUCT TO A SERVICENTRE
Carefully pack and send prepaid, adequately insured and preferably in the original carton.
Include details of the defect claimed, and proof of date of original purchase.
Panasonic Canada Inc.
5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3
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