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Digital Cordless Telephone
Motorola IT.6XC
Models: IT.6.1XC, IT.6.2XC, IT.6.3XC and IT.6.4XC
Warning: Charge the handset for 24 hours before use.
Welcome...
to your new Motorola IT.6XC Digital Cordless Telephone!
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All handsets fully cordless for locating anywhere within range.
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50 name and number phonebook.
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Bright backlit display.
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Speakerphone for hands-free conversations.
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Caller ID shows you who’s calling and see details of the last 50 callers in a Calls list.1
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Redial up to 20 of the last numbers called.
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Register up to 4 handsets to a single base.
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Make internal calls, transfer external calls, hold 3-way conversations between two
internal callers and an external caller.
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Intelligent Charging saving unnecessary power usage.
Need help?
If you have any problems setting up or using your IT.6XC, please contact Customer
Services on: 1800 2700 361.
Alternatively, you may find the answer in the ‘Help’ section at the back of this guide.
1You must subscribe to your network provider’s Caller ID service for this feature to
work. A subscription fee may be payable.
Please note that this equipment is not designed for making emergency telephone
calls when the power fails. Alternative arrangements should be made for access to
emergency services.
This User Guide provides you with all the information you need to get the
most from your phone.
Before you make your first call you will need to set up your phone. Follow
the simple instructions in ‘Getting Started’, on the next few pages.
IMPORTANT
Only use the telephone line cord supplied.
Got everything?
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Cordless handset
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Cordless base
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Power adaptor for the base
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Telephone line cord
If you have purchased an IT.6XC multiple pack you will also have the following
additional items:
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Cordless handset & charger
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Power adaptor for the charger
1. Getting started......................................................................6
2. Getting to know your phone...............................................10
3. Using the phone..................................................................15
3.1 Switch the handset on/off...............................................................................15
3.2 Make a call......................................................................................................15
3.3 Pre-dial............................................................................................................15
3.4 Dial hot key numbers 1 or 2............................................................................15
3.5 Answer a call...................................................................................................15
3.6 Adjust volume.................................................................................................15
3.7 Mute................................................................................................................16
3.8 End a call.........................................................................................................16
3.9 Intercom.........................................................................................................16
3.9.1 Call another handset...........................................................................16
3.9.2 Transfer an external call to another handset........................................16
3.9.3 Three-party conference call................................................................16
3.10 Voicemail........................................................................................................17
3.11 Key lock...........................................................................................................17
4. Phonebook..........................................................................18
4.1 Dial phonebook entries..................................................................................18
4.2 Store an entry..................................................................................................18
4.3 Entering names..............................................................................................18
4.4 Character map................................................................................................19
4.5 Enter a pause..................................................................................................20
4.6 View an entry..................................................................................................20
4.7 Edit an entry....................................................................................................20
4.8 Delete an entry...............................................................................................21
4.9 Delete all entries.............................................................................................21
4.10 Store a hotkey number...................................................................................21
4.11 IP number........................................................................................................21
5. Caller ID and call list............................................................22
5.1 Call list.............................................................................................................22
5.1.1 View the call list....................................................................................22
5.1.2 Dial from the call list.............................................................................23
5.1.3 Save a number from the call list to the phonebook............................23
5.1.4 Delete a call list entry...........................................................................23
5.1.5 Delete entire call list............................................................................23
5.2 Redial..............................................................................................................23
5.2.1 Redial the last number.........................................................................23
5.2.2 View and dial a number in the redial list..............................................24
5.2.3 Copy a redial number to the phonebook...........................................24
5.2.4 Delete a redial list entry.......................................................................24
5.2.5 Delete entire redial list.........................................................................24
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6. Clock & Alarm.....................................................................25
6.1 Set date and time............................................................................................25
6.2 Set alarm.........................................................................................................25
7. Personal settings..................................................................26
7.1 Handset tones.................................................................................................26
7.1.1 Ring volume.........................................................................................26
7.1.2 Ring tone..............................................................................................26
7.1.3 Silent mode..........................................................................................26
7.1.4 Key tones on/off...................................................................................27
7.1.5 Docking tones on/off...........................................................................27
7.2 ECO mode.....................................................................................................27
7.3 Handset name.................................................................................................27
7.4 Display language............................................................................................28
7.5 Auto answer....................................................................................................28
7.6 Auto hang up..................................................................................................28
8. Advanced settings...............................................................29
8.1­ Call list.............................................................................................................29
8.2 Conference....................................................................................................29
8.3 Call barring.....................................................................................................29
8.3.1 Switch call barring on/off.....................................................................29
8.3.2 Set a number to be barred..................................................................30
8.3.3 Change the call barring PIN................................................................30
8.4 Call block........................................................................................................30
8.4.1 Switch call block on/off.......................................................................30
8.4.2 Set a call block number.......................................................................31
8.4.3 Change the Call block PIN..................................................................31
8.5 Auto prefix ......................................................................................................31
8.6 Recall time......................................................................................................32
8.7 Dial mode.......................................................................................................32
8.7.1 Temporarily switch from Pulse to Tone dialling...................................32
8.8 Switch auto clock on / off...............................................................................32
8.9 Registration.....................................................................................................32
8.10 Register a handset..........................................................................................33
8.11 De-register a handset.....................................................................................33
8.12 Reset...............................................................................................................33
8.13 Default settings...............................................................................................34
9. Help......................................................................................35
10. General information............................................................36
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1. Getting started
IMPORTANT
Do not place your IT.6XC in the bathroom or other humid areas.
Location
You need to place your IT.6XC base within 2 metres of the mains power socket and
telephone wall socket so that the cables will reach. The socket-outlet should be installed
near the equipment and should be easily accessible.
Make sure it is at least 1 metre away from other electrical appliances to avoid interference.
Your IT.6XC works by sending radio signals between the handset and base. The strength
of the signal depends on where you place the base. Putting it as high as possible ensures
the best signal.
HANDSET RANGE
The unit has a range of up to 300 metres outdoors when there is a clear line of sight
between the base and handset. Any obstruction between the base and handset will
reduce the range significantly. With the base indoors and the handset either indoors or
outdoors, the range will normally be up to 50 metres. Thick concrete and stone walls can
severely affect the range.
SIGNAL STRENGTH
The icon on your handset indicates that you are within range of the base. When out
of range of the base, the icon disappears. If you are on a call, you will hear a warning
beep.
If you are on a call, the line will hang up if the handset moves out of range of the base.
Move back within range. The handset will automatically re-connect to the base.
Setting up
IMPORTANT
The base station must be plugged into the mains power at all times. Do not connect the
telephone line cord into the wall socket until the handset is fully charged. Use only the
power adaptor and telephone line cord supplied with the product.
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Connecting the base
1. Plug the telephone line cord into the socket marked
on the underside of the base.
2. Plug the power adaptor into the socket marked
on the underside of the base and
plug the other end into the mains power wall socket. Switch on the mains power.
Charging the handset
1. If you are charging the battery for the first time, place the handset on the base to
charge for at least 24 hours continuously.
2. When the handset is fully charged, the
icon will appear steady on the display. Plug
the other end of the telephone line cord (make sure that one end is already plugged
into the base) into the telephone wall socket.
NOTE
You cannot access the battery in the handset. Do not attempt to remove the battery, as
you may damage the phone. If you need to replace the battery, contact customer service
helpline found in this user guide.
Connecting the handset and charger
(for multi-pack only)
If you have purchased a multiple pack, you will need to carry out this process for all the
handsets and chargers.
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1. Plug the power adaptor into the socket marked
on the underside of the charger
and plug the other end into the mains power wall socket.
2. If you are charging the battery for the first time, place the handset on the charger to
charge for at least 24 hours continuously.
3. When the handset is fully charged, the
icon will appear steady on the display. The
display will show Handset and handset number (e.g. 2) to indicate that it is registered
to the base.
BATTERY LOW WARNING
If you hear a warning beep every 2 minutes during a call, you will need to recharge the
handset before you can use it again.
When charging, the
stop.
icon will scroll on the display. Once fully charged scrolling will
Removing the back cover
If you have purchased an IT.6XC with extra colour covers or have purchased the covers
separately you will need to remove the original cover to then replace with the new cover.
Replace
Remove
1
Press down
1
2
Slide
Line up hooks
on the back
cover with the
slots on the
handset
2
Slide
1. To remove the cover push down and slide the cover off.
2. To replace the cover, line up the hooks on the cover with the slots in the back of the
handset and slide up until it is in place.
BATTERY PERFORMANCE
In ideal conditions, fully charged batteries should give up to 10 hours talk time or up to 150
hours standby time on a single charge.1
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Note that new batteries do not reach their full capacity until they have been put to normal
use for several days.
To keep your battery in the best condition, leave the handset off the base for a few hours
at a time.
Running the battery right down at least once a week will help them last as long as
possible.
The charge capacity of the rechargeable battery will reduce with time as it wears out,
giving the handset less talk / standby time. Eventually it will need to be replaced, please
contact customer service helpline found in this user guide.
After charging your handset for the first time, subsequent charging time is about 6–8 hours
a day. The handset may become warm during charging. This is normal.
1All talk and standby times are approximate and depend on features selected and usage
pattern.
Date and time
If you have subscribed to a Caller ID Service and Auto Clock is set to on (see page 26), the
date and time is set automatically for all handsets when you receive your first call. If Auto
Clock is set to off the time and date does not set automatically.
If you do not have a Caller ID service, you can set the date and time manually.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Clock/Alarm and press OK.
2. Display shows Date & Time, then press OK.
3. Enter the date using the format DD-MM-YY e.g. 04/12/16 for 4 December 2016 and
press OK.
e to return to standby.
4. Enter the time using the 24 hour format HH:MM, e.g. 14:45 for 02.45pm and press OK.
5. Press
Your IT.6XC is now ready for use.
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2. Getting to know your phone
Overview of your handset
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
I
J
K
L
M
N
H
A Earpiece
B Display
See page 12 for display icons.
C Phonebook / Scroll up / Volume up
Open the phonebook.
Scroll up through lists and menus.
Increase the earpiece volume during a call.
D Menu / OK
Enter the main menu.
Select the option displayed on screen.
Confirm menu option – OK is displayed on screen.
E Hands-free
Activate and deactivate hands-free during a call.
Make or answer a call in hands-free.
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IMPORTANT
Hands-free activation can suddenly increase the volume in the earpiece to a very high
level. Make sure the handset is not too close to your ear.
F Talk / Recall
Make or answer a call.
Use recall (R) functions.
G * / Intercom / Pulse to tone dialling
Dial a *.
Press to make an internal call.
Press to switch from pulse dialling to tone dialling.
H Microphone
I Redial / Clear / Back
Open the redial list.
Delete characters on the screen when entering names and numbers.
Go back to the previous menu level.
J Mute
During a call, press to turn mute on / off.
K End call / Exit / Switch handset on/off
End a call.
When in a menu, go back to standby mode.
Press and hold to switch handset off (when in standby) or on.
L Call list / Scroll down / Volume down
Press to enter the calls list.
Scroll down through lists and settings.
Decrease the earpiece volume.
M Pause / # / Change case
When dialling or storing a number, press and hold to enter a pause (P).
Dial a #.
When entering letters / editing, press and hold to change the case from Abc to abc or
ABC mode.
N Keypad lock / Space / 0
In standby mode press and hold to lock/unlock the keypad.
Press to inset a space in text.
Dial 0.
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Handset display
Display icons
Steady when the handset is registered and within range of the base. Disappears
when the handset is out of range of the base.
Eco mode is on.
Flashes when you have new missed calls.
When viewng the call list it indicates you are viewing a missed call.1
Handset ringer is off.
Phone is in silent mode.
On when the line is in use.
Flashes when there is an incoming call.
Indicates when viewing an outgoing call.
Indicates when viewing a received call.
Silent mode is set to on.
Indicates a blocked call.
Flashes when you have new voicemail messages.2
Steady when there are old voicemail messages.
Off when you have no voicemail messages.
The alarm clock has been set.
Hands-free mode is activated.
The approximate power levels of your battery are indicated as below:
Battery is fully charged.
Battery is partially charged.
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Battery is running low.
Battery is almost empty. The battery icon will flash and emit a warning beep every 2
minutes during a call.
1For this feature to work, you must subscribe to Caller ID Service from your network
operator. A subscription fee may be payable.
2This feature is dependent on your Network Service provider supporting the service. A
subscription fee may be payable.
Overview of the base
A
A Paging key
Paging is a useful way to find lost handsets.
1. Press p on the base.
All handsets ring.
2. Press p again to cancel the paging call or press any key on the handset to stop the
paging call.
Navigating the menus
The basic steps of navigating through the menu and on-screen options.
1. From the standby screen, press Menu.
The main menu is opened.
2. Use the B (u) or c (d) keys to scroll through the menu.
3. Soft key options OK and Back are displayed.
Press OK open a sub-menu or validate an option.
Press Back to go back to previous menu level, delete a character or cancel an action.
4. Press
e to return to standby.
NOTE
If you do not press any button on the handset for 30 seconds the display will automatically
return to standby. It will also return to standby when the handset is placed on the base or
charger.
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Menu map
Phonebook
View
Add new
Edit
Delete1
Delete all1
IP number
Personal Set
Sounds
Ring volume
Ring tones
Silent mode
Key tone
Docking tone
Eco mode
Phone name
Language
Auto answer
Auto hang-up
1
Clock/Alarm
Date & Time
Alarm
Advanced Set
Call list type
Conference
Call barring
Blacklist
Auto prefix
Detect digit
Prefix
Recall time
Dial mode
Auto clock
Register
Unregister
Reset
This option is only available if there are phonebook entries stored.
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3. Using the phone
NOTE
The handset will automatically time the duration of all external calls. The call timer will
display after the first 10 seconds of the call. When the call ends, the total duration of the
talk time stays on the display for 3 seconds.
e to switch the handset on or off.
3.1 Switch the handset on/off
r.
1. Press and hold
3.2 Make a call
1. Press
2. Dial the telephone number.
r to dial the phone number entered.
3.3 Pre-dial
1. Enter the phone number (maximum 24 digits). If you make a mistake press Clear.
2. Press
3.4 Dial hot key numbers 1 or 2
1. Press and hold a key 1 or 2 until the number is displayed and dialled.
NOTE
To store a hot key memory number see page 21.
3.5 Answer a call
2. Press h to answer the call via hands-free.
1. When the phone rings and
flashes in the display, press
r to answer the call.
3. To switch between hands-free and the earpiece press h.
IMPORTANT
When the phone is ringing, avoid holding the earpiece too close to your ear as it may
damage your hearing.
NOTE
If auto answer (see page 28) is on, simply lift up the handset from its base to answer the
call. The default setting is Off. See all “Default settings” on page 34.
An incoming call has priority over other events. Whenever there is an incoming call, other
operations in progress such as phone settings, menu navigation, etc. will be ended.
3.6 Adjust volume
1. During a call, press u or d to adjust the earpiece or hands-free volume. The level is
shown in the handset display.
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3.7 Mute
Mute the microphone so that you can talk to someone else in the room without your caller
hearing you.
1. During a call, press m. The microphone is muted.
2. Press m again to turn the microphone back on.
e.
3.8 End a call
1. Press
NOTE
If auto hang-up is on (see page 28) simply replace the handset on the base to end the call.
The default setting is On.
3.9 Intercom
This feature is only available when there are at least 2 registered handsets. It allows you
to make internal calls, transfer external calls from one handset to another and use the
conference option.
3.9.1 Call another handset
1. Press and hold *.
• If only two handsets are registered to the base, the other handset is called
automatically.
e to hang up.
• If more than two handsets are registered to the base, the handsets are listed. Scroll
d to the handset you want to intercom and press OK.
2. Press
NOTE
If the handset does not belong to IT.6XC range, this function may not be available.
3.9.2 Transfer an external call to another handset
1. During an external call, press and hold *.
Your caller is put on hold.
• If only two handsets are registered to the base, the other handset is called
automatically.
• If more than two handsets are registered to the base, the handsets are listed. Scroll
e on the original handset to transfer the call.
d to the handset you want to transfer the call to and press OK.
If the other handset does not answer, press Clear to talk to your caller again.
2. Once the other handset answers, press
3.9.3 Three-party conference call
1. During an external call, press and hold *.
Your caller is put on hold.
• If only two handsets are registered to the base, the other handset is called
automatically.
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• If more than two handsets are registered to the base, the handsets are listed. Scroll
d to the handset you want to conference call and press OK. If the other handset
does not answer, press Clear to talk to your caller again.
2. Once the other handset answers, press Conf to join all three callers or Extern to talk to
the mobile caller again. While on a conference call you can press Int to talk internally.
Press Conf again to join all three callers.
3. Press
e on both handsets to hang up.
3.10 Voicemail
If you have subscribed to your network’s voicemail service (if available), your IT.6XC
displays
when you have a new message.1
NOTE
You can turn off the
icon. When viewing the voicemail number, press and hold 5.
1This feature is dependent on your Network Service provider supporting the service. A
subscription fee may be payable.
3.11 Key lock
You can lock the keypad so that it cannot be operated accidentally while carrying it
around.
NOTE
When the keypad is locked, you can still answer incoming calls and operate the handset
as normal during the call. When the call ends, the keypad lock comes on again.
1. Press and hold 0. Keys locked is displayed.
2. Press and hold 0 again to unlock the keypad.
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4. Phonebook
The IT.6XC handset phonebook can store up to 50 names and numbers.
Numbers can be up to 24 digits long and names up to 16 characters long. Entries are
stored in alphabetical order.
4.1 Dial phonebook entries
1. Press Menu. Phonebook is highlighted.
2. Press OK. View is highlighted, press OK.
3. The first number in the phonebook is displayed. Scroll u or d to the entry you want.
Or
To search alphabetically, press the key with the first letter of the name, e.g. if the name
begins with N, press 6 twice.
r to dial the entry displayed.
The display shows the first entry beginning with N. If required, press u or d to scroll
to the exact entry.
4. Press
4.2 Store an entry
1. Press Menu. Phonebook is highlighted.
2. Press OK, scroll d to Add new.
3. Press OK, enter a name and press OK.
If you make a mistake press Clear to delete a character or press and hold Clear to
delete all characters.
4. Enter a number and press Save.
If you make a mistake press Clear to delete a digit or press and hold Clear to delete all
digits.
5. Press
e to return to standby.
NOTE
Cancel storing an entry by pressing
e at any time during the process.
You can store multiple entries with the same name. However, to prevent unnecessary
duplicated entries, you can only store a number once.
4.3 Entering names
Use the alphanumeric keypad to enter names in the phonebook.
For instance to enter the name Paul.
PPress 7 once
A
U
L
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Press 2 once
Press 8 twice
Press 5 three times
Phonebook
To enter a space press 0.
Press Clear to delete a character or press and hold Clear to delete all characters.
4.4 Character map
Use the keypad to enter names and characters.
Key
Case
Assigned characters and symbols
L/U
1@_#=< >()&€£$¥[]{}¤§…
L
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U
A B C 2 À Â Æ Á Ã Ä Å Ą ĀÇ Č
L
def3èéêëėęēΔΦ
U
DEF3ÈÉÊËĖĘĒΔΦ
L
g h i 4 ğ í ì ï į ī ı Γ
U
GHI4ĞÍÏĮĪİΓ
L
jkl5Λ
U
JKL5Λ
L
mno6ñóôõöò
U
MNO6ÑÓÔÕÖ
L
pqrs7ßşšΠ Θ Σ
U
PQRS7ŞŠΠ Θ Σ
L
tuv8ùúüūųμ
U
TUV8ÙÚÜŪŲ
L
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U
W X Y Z 9 ØΩ Ξ Ψ Ž
0
L/U
Space . 0 , / : ; “ ‘ ! ¡ ? ¿ * + - % \ ^ ~ |
*
L/U
Press and hold to switch between ABC, abc, Abc
Press to inset a #
L/U
Press to insert a *
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
#
Phonebook
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4.5 Enter a pause
If your IT.6XC is connected to a switchboard, you may need to enter a pause in a stored
number. This gives the switchboard time to get an outside line. A pause is normally stored
after the switchboard access code (e.g. 9)
1. When storing a number, press and hold # until the display shows P. You can then
continue storing the phone number.
4.6 View an entry
In standby:
1. Press Menu. Phonebook is displayed.
2. Press OK. View is highlighted, press OK.
3. The first number in the phonebook is displayed. Scroll u or d to the entry you want.
Or
To search alphabetically, press the key with the first letter of the name, e.g. if the name
begins with N, press 6 twice.
The display shows the first entry beginning with N. If required, press u or d to scroll
to the exact entry.
4. Press View to view the number.
During a call:
1. Press Pb to open the phonebook menu.
2. Enter the first letter of the name you want then scroll u or d if necessary to the exact
name. Press View to display the number.
e again to end the call.
3. Press Back to cancel the phonebook display.
4. Press
4.7 Edit an entry
1. Press Menu. Phonebook is displayed.
2. Press OK, scroll d to Edit.
3. Press OK, the first number in the phonebook is displayed. Scroll u or d to the entry
you want or search alphabetically and press OK.
e to return to standby.
4. Edit the name and press OK to confirm. Press Clear to delete characters.
5. Edit the number. Press Save to confirm. Press Clear to delete digits.
6. Press
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Phonebook
4.8 Delete an entry
1. Press Menu. Phonebook is displayed.
2. Press OK, scroll d to Delete.
3. Press OK, the first number in the phonebook is displayed. Scroll u or d to the entry
you want or search alphabetically and press OK.
e to return to standby.
4. Display shows Confirm?. Press OK to delete.
5. Press
4.9 Delete all entries
1. Press Menu. Phonebook is displayed.
2. Press OK, scroll d to Delete all and press OK.
e to return to standby.
3. Display shows Confirm?. Press OK to delete.
4. Press
4.10 Store a hotkey number
1. Press Menu. Phonebook is displayed.
2. Press OK, scroll d to Edit.
3. Press OK, scroll u or d to select either 1_Hotkey or 2_Hotkey, press OK.
4. Press Clear to delete characters. Enter the name and press OK to confirm.
5. Enter the number. Press Save to confirm. Press Clear to delete digits.
NOTE
Numbers stored to the phonebook cannot be saved as hotkey numbers.
4.11 IP number
The IT.6XC is compatible with IP dialling using an IP card. Store your IP access number,
language code, card number, and PIN code to the IT.6XC and you can dial them
automatically.
1. Press Menu. Phonebook is displayed.
3. Using the keypad key in the IP code, press and hold # to enter a pause.
Key in the language code press and hold # to enter a pause.
Key in the IP card number and PIN code.
2. Press OK, scroll d to IP number. Press OK.
4. Press Save to confirm.
Phonebook
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5. Caller ID and call list
If you have subscribed to Caller ID and provided the identity of the caller is not withheld,
the number of the caller will be displayed together with the date and time of the call (if
provided by the network).
NOTE
If the caller’s number is stored in your phonebook along with a name, the name will be
displayed.
Information about incoming calls will vary by country and network operator. Some
operators may charge a subscription for their Caller ID service.
If the number is unavailable, Unknown will be displayed.
If the caller has withheld their number, Private will be displayed.
If the call is from the operator, Operator will be displayed.
If the call is from a payphone, Payphone will be displayed.
If the call is from a ringback request, Ringback will be displayed.
5.1 Call list
The call list contains details of missed and received call. Details include the date and time
of the call. Entries are displayed in chronological order with the most recent call at the top
of the list.
NOTE
• When the call list is full, a new call replaces the oldest in the list.
• The received and missed call list holds details of up to 50 calls.
• When you have missed calls (incoming calls that you haven’t answered) the icon
will flash in the display on all handsets registered to the base.
• If one handset is used to view the call list, the icon on the other handsets will disappear
(multipack user only).
5.1.1 View the call list
1. If you have a new missed call(s) press View or press d to view the call list.
If there are no new missed calls press d to enter the call list.
• The most recent number or name if stored in the phonebook is displayed. New
missed calls are marked with
icon flashing.
• If no number is store the display shows List empty.
2. Scroll u or d to the entry you require.
3. Press Option and the display shows View.
e to return to standby.
4. Press OK. The name or number will be displayed and the date and time of the call. If
the name is displayed press OK to see the number.
5. Press
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NOTE
The icon stops flashing once all new calls have been viewed.
If there is a new missed call and View is showing on the display, press and hold View to
enter the handset menu.
5.1.2 Dial from the call list
1. Press d to enter the call list. The most recent call is displayed.
r to dial.
2. Scroll u or d to the entry you want.
3. Press
5.1.3 Save a number from the call list to the phonebook
1. Press d to enter the call list. The most recent call is displayed.
2. Scroll u or d to the number you want.
3. Press Option and scroll d to Save number. Press OK.
4. Display shows Enter name. Use the keypad to enter the name.
e to return to standby.
5. Press OK then the number is displayed, the user can then edit the number if required,
then press Save to save the number.
6. Press
5.1.4 Delete a call list entry
1. Press d to enter the call list. The most recent call is displayed.
2. Scroll u or d to the number you want.
3. Press Option and scroll d to Delete. Press OK.
e to return to standby.
4. Display shows Confirm?. Press OK to confirm.
5. Press
5.1.5 Delete entire call list
1. Press d to enter the call list. The most recent call is displayed.
2. Press Option then scroll d to Delete All and press OK.
e to return to standby.
3. Display shows Confirm?. Press OK to confirm.
4. Press
5.2 Redial
The IT.6XC lets you redial any of the last 20 numbers called. Numbers can be up to 24
digits long.
r to dial.
5.2.1 Redial the last number
1. Press Redial. The last number dialled is displayed.
2. Press
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5.2.2 View and dial a number in the redial list
1. Press Redial. The last number dialled is displayed.
If required, scroll u or d to display the number you want.
If the name is displayed press OK to view the number.
2. Press
r to dial the number.
5.2.3 Copy a redial number to the phonebook
1. Press Redial, scroll u or d to the entry you want and press OK.
2. Press Options, the display shows Save number. Press OK.
e to return to standby.
3. Enter the name and press OK.
4. Edit the number if required and press Save.
5. Press
5.2.4 Delete a redial list entry
1. Press Redial. Scroll u or d to display the number you want. Press OK.
2. Press Option and scroll d to Delete then press OK.
3. Display shows Confirm?. Press OK to confirm, then
e to return to standby.
5.2.5 Delete entire redial list
1. Press Redial then press OK.
2. Press Option and scroll d to Delete All and press OK.
3. Display shows Confirm?. Press OK to confirm.
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6. Clock & Alarm
If you subscribe to your network’s Caller ID service and Auto clock is set to on, the time
on your IT.6XC may be set automatically each time you receive a call, depending on your
network provider.
You can also set or adjust the time using the Clock/Alarm menu.
6.1 Set date and time
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Clock/Alarm and press OK.
2. Display shows Date & Time, then press OK.
3. Enter the date using the format DD-MM-YYYY e.g. 04/12/16 for 4 December 2016 and
press OK.
e to return to standby.
4. Enter the time using the 24 hour format HH:MM, e.g. 14:45 for 02.45pm and press OK.
5. Press
6.2 Set alarm
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Clock/Alarm and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Alarm and press OK.
3. Scroll u or d to Off, On Once or On Daily and press OK.
e
4. If you select On Once or On Daily, enter the time using the 24 hour format HH:MM, e.g.
14:45 for 02.45pm and press OK.
5. Press
to return to standby.
When the alarm goes off, press any key to stop the ring.
NOTE
Once the alarm is set to on, the
icon is displayed.
The alarm will ring at the level the ring volume is set to. Alarm on and the
the display.
Clock & Alarm
will flash on
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7. Personal settings
7.1 Handset tones
IMPORTANT
When the phone is ringing, avoid holding the earpiece too close to your ear as it may
damage your hearing.
7.1.1 Ring volume
Choose from 5 levels and off.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Personal Set and press OK.
2. Sounds is displayed. Press OK.
3. Ring volume is displayed. Press OK.
4. Scroll u or d to adjust the ringer volume level.
e to return to standby.
5. Press OK to save the settings.
6. Press
7.1.2 Ring tone
Choose from 10 ringer melodies.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Personal Set and press OK.
2. Sounds is displayed. Press OK.
3. Scroll d to Ring tones and press OK.
4. Scroll u or d to select the required melody.
A sample of the melody is played.
e to return to standby.
5. Press OK to confirm.
6. Press
7.1.3 Silent mode
You can set your IT.6XC to silent mode, when this is switched on your phone will remain
silent when the phone rings for the time set.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Personal Set and press OK.
2. Sounds is displayed. Press OK.
3. Scroll d to Silent mode and press OK.
4. On/Off is highlighted. Press OK.
5. Scroll u or d to select On or Off and press OK.
6. If On is selected scroll d to Start & end and press OK.
7. Enter the start time using the 24 hour format HH:MM, e.g. 14:45 for 02.45pm and press
OK.
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e to return to standby.
8. Enter the end time using the 24 hour format HH:MM, e.g. 15:45 for 03.45pm and press
OK.
9. Press
7.1.4 Key tones on/off
When you press a key on the handset you hear a beep. You can switch these beeps on or off.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Personal Set and press OK.
2. Sounds is displayed. Press OK.
3. Scroll d to Key tone and press OK.
4. Scroll u or d to select On or Off.
e to return to standby.
5. Press OK to confirm.
6. Press
7.1.5 Docking tones on/off
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Personal Set and press OK.
2. Sounds is displayed. Press OK.
3. Scroll d to Docking tone and press OK.
4. Scroll u or d to select On or Off.
e to return to standby.
5. Press OK to confirm.
6. Press
7.2 ECO mode
Your IT.6XC offers an ECO mode function which reduces the transmitted power and
energy consumption when switched on. This feature is set to Off by default.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Personal Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to ECO mode and press OK.
3. Scroll u or d to select On or Off.
e to return to standby.
4. Press OK to confirm.
5. Press
A confirmation beep is emitted (if key tones are set to on) and the
display.
icon shows on the
7.3 Handset name
Personalise your handset, with a name or location for example Peter or Bedroom.
Maximum 14 characters.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Personal Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Phone name and press OK. The current name is displayed.
3. Press Clear to delete the current name.
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e to return to standby.
4. Enter the name you want – maximum 14 characters and press OK to save.
5. Press
7.4 Display language
You can change the display language.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Personal Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Language. Press OK.
3. Scroll u or d to select the language you want.
e to return to standby.
4. Press OK to confirm.
5. Press
r
With Auto answer switched on, you can answer a call by simply lifting the handset off the
base or charger. If switched off, you will have to press
or h to answer a call. The
default setting is Off.
7.5 Auto answer
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Personal Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Auto answer. Press OK.
3. Scroll u or d to select On or Off.
e to return to standby.
4. Press OK to confirm.
5. Press
7.6 Auto hang up
e
With Auto hang up switched on, you can end a call by simply replacing the handset on the
base or charger. If switched off, you have to press
to hang up. The default setting is
On.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Personal Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Auto hang-up. Press OK.
3. Scroll u or d to select On or Off.
e to return to standby.
4. Press OK to confirm.
5. Press
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8. Advanced settings
8.1­ Call list
You can set call list type to All calls or Missed calls only. If All calls is selected, press d
key in idle will view All calls listed. If Missed calls is selected, press d key in idle will view
missed calls only.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Call list type is displayed. Press OK.
3. Scroll u or d to All calls or Missed calls.
e to return to standby.
4. Press OK to confirm.
5. Press
8.2 Conference
When the feature is set to Auto, if handset 1 is on line with an external caller, handset 2 can
seize the line and immediately join the call with handset 1 and the external caller.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Conference. Press OK.
3. Scroll u or d to Auto or Off.
e to return to standby.
4. Press OK to confirm.
5. Press
8.3 Call barring
Prevent certain numbers from being dialled from your IT.6XC. Store up to four specific
numbers, each up to 4 digits – for example, international or local prefixes.
Bypass Call barring by switching the setting to Off.
8.3.1 Switch call barring on/off
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Call barring. Press OK.
3. Barring Mode is displayed. Press OK.
e to return to standby. You can now set the number. (See below)
4. Enter the master PIN (default setting 0000) and press OK.
5. Press u or d to select On or Off. Press OK to confirm.
6. Press
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8.3.2 Set a number to be barred
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Call barring. Press OK.
3. Scroll d to Barring Number. Press OK.
4. Enter the master PIN (default setting 0000) and press OK.
5. If necessary, scroll u or d to the next available slot.
e to return to standby.
6. Press OK and enter the number or prefix you want to bar. Press Save to confirm.
7. Press
8.3.3 Change the call barring PIN
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Call barring. Press OK.
3. Scroll d to Change PIN. Press OK.
4. Enter the old PIN and press OK.
e to return to standby.
5. Using the keypad enter the new PIN and press OK.
6. Re-type the new PIN and press Save.
7. Press
8.4 Call block
You can set the IT.6XC so that when certain phone numbers call the phone does not ring.
For this feature to work, you must subscribe to Caller ID Service from your network
operator. A subscription fee may be payable.
8.4.1 Switch call block on/off
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Blacklist. Press OK.
3. Blacklist mode is displayed. Press OK.
e to return to standby.
4. Enter the master PIN (default setting 0000) and press OK.
5. Press u or d to select On or Off. Press OK to confirm.
6. Press
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8.4.2 Set a call block number
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Blacklist. Press OK.
3. Scroll d to Blacklist. Press OK.
4. Enter the master PIN (default setting 0000) and press OK.
5. If necessary, scroll u or d to the next available slot.
e to return to standby.
6. Press OK and enter the number you want to block. Press Save to confirm.
7. Press
8.4.3 Change the Call block PIN
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Blacklist. Press OK.
3. Scroll d to Change PIN. Press OK.
4. Enter the old PIN and press OK.
e to return to standby.
5. Using the keypad enter the new PIN and press OK.
6. Re-type the new PIN and press Save.
7. Press
8.5 Auto prefix
You can set the IT.6XC to detect a dialling number and replace it with another number.
The number to be detected can be up to 10 digits long. It can be replaced with a number
up to 10 digits.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Auto prefix. Press OK.
3. Detect digit is displayed.
4. Enter the number you want to be detected and press Save.
e to return to standby.
5. Prefix is displayed.
6. Enter the number you want it replaced with and press Save.
7. Press
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8.6 Recall time
This setting is useful to access certain network and PABX/switchboard services.
The default IT.6XC recall time is suitable for your country and network operator. It is
unlikely that you should need to change this setting unless advised to do so.
1. Press OK, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Recall time. Press OK.
3. Press u or d to select the setting you want: Short, Medium, Long.
e to return to standby.
4. Press OK to confirm.
5. Press
NOTE
The functionality of your IT.6XC cannot be guaranteed on all PABX.
8.7 Dial mode
The default IT.6XC dialling mode is suitable for your country and network operator. It is
unlikely that you should need to change this setting unless advised to do so.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Dial Mode. Press OK.
3. Press u or d to select Tone or Pulse.
e to return to standby.
4. Press OK to confirm.
5. Press
8.7.1 Temporarily switch from Pulse to Tone dialling
1. Press l before dialling the number will change the dial mode from Pulse to Tone for
the duration of the call.
8.8 Switch auto clock on / off
If you have subscribed to Caller ID Service, the date and time will be set on all your
handsets whenever a call is received. This feature can be set to On or Off.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Auto clock and press OK.
e to return to standby
3. Scroll d to On or Off then press OK to confirm.
4. Press
8.9 Registration
Up to 4 handsets can be registered to one base station. Additional handsets must be
registered to the base before you can use them.
• The Master PIN is required before you can register or unregister handsets. The default
PIN is 0000.
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8.10 Register a handset
At the base:
1. Press and hold the p button on the base for 5 seconds. You have 120 seconds in
which to register a handset.
On the handset:
1. If the handset is not register to a base press OK and go to step 4.
2. If the handset is already registered to a base, press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and
press OK.
3. Scroll d to Register and press OK.
4. When the display shows Press locator Key for 5 sec., press OK.
5. Enter the base PIN and press OK.
When the handset registers with the base, it is assigned a handset number.
8.11 De-register a handset
Use one handset to delete another. You cannot delete the handset that you are using.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Unregister and press OK.
3. Enter the 4 digit master PIN and press OK.
Display shows the first registered handset number.
4. Scroll u or d to select the handset you want to delete and press OK.
Unregistered is displayed on the handset screen.
NOTE
Make a note of your PIN. If you forget your PIN you will need to reset your product.
8.12 Reset
This will reset your IT.6XC to its default settings.
1. Press Menu, scroll d to Advanced Set and press OK.
2. Scroll d to Reset. Press OK.
3. Confirm? is displayed. Press OK.
NOTE
Entries stored in the phonebook are retained. After reset, depending on your country, the
welcome mode setting may be shown on the handset display.
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8.13 Default settings
Handset name
HANDSET
Key tone
On
Auto answer
Off
Auto hang up
On
Handset ringer melody
Melody 1
Handset ringer volume
3
Earpiece volume
Phonebook
2
Unchanged
Call list
Empty
Redial list
Empty
Master PIN
Keypad lock
0000
Off
Clock
00:00
Alarm
Off
Dial mode
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Tone
Advanced settings
9. Help
The
icon is not scrolling during charge
• Bad battery contact – move the handset slightly.
• Dirty contact – Clean the battery contact with a cloth moistened with alcohol.
• Battery is full – no need to charge.
No dialling tone
• No power – check the connections. Reset the phone: unplug and plug back in the
mains.
• Batteries are empty – charge the batteries for at least 24 hours.
• You are too far from the base – move closer to the base.
• Wrong line cable – use the line cable provided.
• Line adaptor (when needed) is not connected to the line cord – connect the line
adaptor (when needed) to the line cord.
Poor audio quality
• The base is too close to electrical appliances, reinforced concrete walls or metal
doorframes – move the base at least one metre away from any electrical appliances.
The icon is blinking or has disappeared
• Handset is not registered to the base – register the handset to the base.
• You are too far from the base – move closer to the base.
No ring tone
• The ring tone is deactivated.
• Increase the volume.
Caller ID service does not work
• Check your subscription with your network operator.
A phonebook entry cannot be stored
• The phonebook is full. Delete an entry to free memory.
No display
• Try recharging the batteries.
• Try disconnecting and connecting the base power supply.
• If LED is not lit up, then try disconnecting and connecting the base power supply.
Unable to register another handset
• Maximum number of 4 handsets has been reached.
• The display shows Searching. You must unregister a handset in order to register a new
one.
Noise interference on your radio or television
• Your base or charger may be too close. Move it as far away as possible.
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10. General information
IMPORTANT
This equipment is not designed for making emergency telephone calls when the power
fails. Alternative arrangements should be made for access to emergency services.
This product is intended for connection to analogue public switched telephone networks
and private switchboards in India.
Important safety instructions
Follow these safety precautions when using your phone to reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock, and injury to persons or property:
• Keep all slits and openings of the phone unblocked. Do not set the phone on a heating
register or over a radiator. Ensure that proper ventilation is provided at the installation
site.
• Do not use while wet or while standing in water.
• Do not use this product near water (for example, near a bath tub, kitchen sink, or
swimming pool).
• Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Place the power cord so that it will not
be walked on.
• Never insert objects of any kind into the product vents as that may result in fire or
electric shock.
• Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or
aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
• Do not disassemble this product. If service or repair work is required, contact the
customer service helpline found in this user’s Guide.
• Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords.
• Avoid using during an electrical storm. Use a surge protector to protect the
equipment.
• Do not use this phone to report a gas leak, especially if you are in the vicinity of the gas
line.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of fire, use only the supplied power adaptor.
Unplug this cordless phone immediately from an outlet if:
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The power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
Liquid has been spilled on the product.
The product has been exposed to rain or water. Do not retrieve the handset or base
until after you have unplugged the power and phone from the wall. Then retrieve the
unit by the unplugged cords.
The product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
The product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
General information
Installation Guidelines
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Read and understand all instructions and save them for future reference.
Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
Do not install this product near a bath tub, sink, or shower.
Operate this phone using only the power source that is indicated on the marking label.
If you are unsure of the power supply to your home, consult with your dealer or local
power company.
Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. This product may fall,
causing serious damage to the product.
Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions. Improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive
work to restore the product to normal operation.
Clean this product with a soft, damp cloth. Do not use chemicals or cleaning agents to
clean this phone.
Use only the power supply that came with this unit. Using other power supplies may
damage the unit.
Because this phone operates on electricity, you should have at least one phone in your
home that could operate without electricity in the case the power in your home goes
out.
To avoid interference to nearby appliances, do not place the base of the phone on or
near a TV, microwave oven, or VCR.
Battery Safety Instructions
•
Do not burn, disassemble, mutilate, or puncture the battery. The battery contains toxic
materials that could be released, resulting in injury.
IMPORTANT
Do not attempt to access the battery. There is a risk of explosion if you replace the battery
with an incorrect battery type.
• Your device has a non-removable, rechargeable battery. Do not attempt to remove
the battery, as you may damage the device and any attempt to do so will void your
warranty. To replace the battery, contact customer service helpline found in this user
guide.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Cleaning
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Clean the handset and base (or charger) with a damp (not wet) cloth, or an anti-static
wipe.
Never use household polish as this will damage the product. Never use a dry cloth as
this may cause a static shock.
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Environmental
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Do not expose to direct sunlight.
The handset may become warm when the batteries are being charged or during
prolonged periods of use. This is normal. However, we recommend that to avoid
damage you do not place the product on antique/veneered wood.
Do not stand your product on carpets or other surfaces which generate fibres, or place
it in locations preventing the free flow of air over its surfaces.
Do not submerge any part of your product in water and do not use it in damp or humid
conditions, such as bathrooms.
Do not expose your product to fire, explosive or other hazardous conditions.
There is a slight chance your phone could be damaged by an electrical storm. We
recommend that you unplug the power and telephone line cord during an electrical
storm.
Product disposal instructions
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European Union (EU) Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
directive
The European Union’s WEEE directive requires that products sold into EU countries
must have the crossed out trashbin label on the product (or the package in some
cases). As defined by the WEEE directive, this crossed-out trashbin label means
that customers and end-users in EU countries should not dispose of electronic and
electrical equipment or accessories in household waste. Customers or end-users in
EU countries should contact their local equipment supplier representative or service
centre for information about the waste collection system in their country.
The Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive (2002/96/
EC) has been put in place to recycle products using best available recovery and
recycling techniques to minimize the impact on the environment, treat any hazardous
substances and avoid the increasing landfill.
Product disposal instructions
When the IT.6XC reaches its end of life, it needs to be disposed of according to local laws
and regulations, please contact the customer service helpline found in this user guide for
information on how to dispose of the product free of charge.
Consumer Products and Accessories Warranty
Thank you for purchasing this Motorola branded product manufactured under license by
Suncorp.
What Does this Warranty Cover?
Subject to the exclusions contained below, Suncorp warrants that this Motorola branded
product (“Product”) or certified accessory (“Accessory”) sold for use with this product
that it manufactured to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal
consumer usage for the period outlined below. This Limited Warranty is your exclusive
warranty and is not transferable.
Who is covered?
This warranty extends only to the first consumer purchaser, and is not transferable.
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General information
What will Suncorp do?
Suncorp or its authorized distributor at its option and within a commercially reasonable
time, will at no charge repair or replace any Products or Accessories that does not conform
to this limited warranty. We may use functionally equivalent reconditioned/ refurbished/
pre-owned or new Products, Accessories or parts.
What Other Limitations Are There?
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, OTHERWISE
THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED UNDER THIS EXPRESS LIMITED
WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE CONSUMER, AND IS PROVIDED
IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OF IMPLIED. IN NO EVENT SHALL
MOTOROLA OR SUNCORP BE LIABLE, WHETHER IN CONTRACT OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE) FOR DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE PURCHASE
PRICE OF THE PRODUCT OR ACCESSORY, OR FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, OR LOSS OF REVENUE OR
PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF INFORMATION OR OTHER FINANCIAL LOSS
ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABILITY OR INABILITY TO USE THE
PRODUCTS OR ACCESSORIES TO THE FULL EXTENT THESE DAMAGES MAY BE
DISCLAIMED BY LAW.
Some jurisdictions do not allow the limitation or exclusion of incidental or consequential
damages, or limitation on the length of an implied warranty, so the above limitations or
exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
also have other rights that vary from one jurisdiction to another.
Products Covered
Length of Coverage
Consumer Products
One (1) year from the date of the products
original purchase by the first consumer
purchaser of the product.
Consumer Accessories (battery,
power supply(s) and line cords)
Ninety (90) days from the date of the
accessories original purchase by the first
consumer purchaser of the product.
Consumer Products and Accessories
that are Repaired or Replaced
The balance of the original warranty or for
ninety (90) days from the date returned to
the consumer, whichever is longer.
Exclusions
Normal Wear and Tear. Periodic maintenance, repair and replacement of parts due to
normal wear and tear are excluded from coverage.
Batteries. Only batteries whose fully charged capacity falls below 80% of their rated
capacity and batteries that leak are covered by this limited warranty.
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Abuse & Misuse. Defects or damage that result from: (a) improper operation, storage,
misuse or abuse, accident or neglect, such as physical damage (cracks, scratches, etc.)
to the surface of the product resulting from misuse; (b) contact with liquid, water, rain,
extreme humidity or heavy perspiration, sand, dirt or the like, extreme heat, or food; (c)
use of the Products or Accessories for commercial purposes or subjecting the Product
or Accessory to abnormal usage or conditions; or (d) other acts which are not the fault of
Motorola or Suncorp, are excluded from coverage.
Use of Non-Motorola branded Products and Accessories. Defects or damage that result
from the use of Non-Motorola branded or certified Products or Accessories or other
peripheral equipment are excluded from coverage.
Unauthorized Service or Modification. Defects or damages resulting from service,
testing, adjustment, installation, maintenance, alteration, or modification in any way by
someone other than Motorola, Suncorp or its authorized service centers, are excluded
from coverage.
Altered Products. Products or Accessories with (a) serial numbers or date tags that
have been removed, altered or obliterated; (b) broken seals or that show evidence of
tampering; (c) mismatched board serial numbers; or (d) nonconforming or non-Motorola
branded housings, or parts, are excluded from coverage.
Communication Services. Defects, damages, or the failure of Products or Accessories
due to any communication service or signal you may subscribe to or use with the Products
or Accessories is excluded from coverage.
How to Obtain Warranty Service or Other Information?
To obtain service or information, please call: 1800 2700 361.
You will receive instructions on how to ship the Products or Accessories at your expense
and risk, to a Suncorp Authorized Repair Center.
To obtain service, you must include: (a) the Product or Accessory; (b) the original proof of
purchase (receipt) which includes the date, place and seller of the Product; (c) if a warranty
card was included in your box, a completed warranty card showing the serial number
of the Product; (d) a written description of the problem; and, most importantly; (e) your
address and telephone number.
Technical Information
How many telephones can I have?
All items of telephone equipment have a Ringer Equivalence Number (REN), which is
used to calculate the number of items which may be connected to any one telephone line.
Your IT.6XC has a REN of 1. A total REN of 4 is allowed. If the total REN of 4 is exceeded,
the telephones may not ring. With different telephone types there is no guarantee of
ringing, even when the REN is less than 4.
Any additional handsets and chargers that you register have a REN of 0.
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General information
Connecting to a switchboard
This product is intended for use within India for connection to the public telephone
network.
Recall
You may need to use the recall function if you are connected to a switchboard/PABX
(Private Automatic Branch Exchange), contact your PABX supplier for further information.
General information
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