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CS6729
CS6729-2
CS6729-21
CS6729-3
CS6729-4
CS6729-4D
CS6729-5
DECT 6.0 cordless telephone
BC
User’s manual
Congratulations
on purchasing your new VTech product.
Before using this telephone, please read
Important safety instructions.
This manual has all the feature
operations and troubleshooting
necessary to install and operate your
new VTech telephone. Please review
this manual thoroughly to ensure
proper installation and operation of
this innovative and feature rich VTech
product.
For support, shopping, and everything
new at VTech, visit our website at
www.vtechphones.com.
In Canada, please visit
www.vtechcanada.com.
®
The ENERGY STAR program
(www.energystar.gov)
recognizes and encourages
the use of products that
save energy and help
protect our environment.
We are proud to mark this
product with the ENERGY
®
STAR label indicating it
meets the latest energy
efficiency guidelines.
Compatible with
Hearing Aid T-Coil
T
TIA-1083
Telephones identified with
this logo have reduced
noise and interference
when used with most T-coil
equipped hearing aids
and cochlear implants.
The TIA-1083 Compliant
Logo is a trademark of
the Telecommunications
Industry Association. Used
under license.
Important safety
instructions
When using your telephone equipment,
basic safety precautions should always
be followed to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock and injury, including the
following:
1. Read and understand all instructions.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions
marked on the product.
3. Unplug this product from the wall
outlet before cleaning. Do not use
liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use a
damp cloth for cleaning.
4. Do not use this product near water
such as near a bath tub, wash bowl,
kitchen sink, laundry tub or swimming
pool, or in a wet basement or shower.
5. Do not place this product on an
unstable table, shelf, stand or other
unstable surfaces.
6. Slots and openings in the back or
bottom of the telephone base and
handset are provided for ventilation.
To protect them from overheating,
these openings must not be blocked
by placing the product on a soft
surface such as a bed, sofa or
rug. This product should never be
placed near or over a radiator or heat
register. This product should not be
placed in any area where proper
ventilation is not provided.
7. This product should be operated
only from the type of power source
indicated on the marking label. If
you are not sure of the type of power
supply in your home or office, consult
your dealer or local power company.
8. Do not allow anything to rest on
the power cord. Do not install this
product where the cord may be
walked on.
9. Never push objects of any kind into
this product through the slots in the
telephone base or handset because
they may touch dangerous voltage
points or create a short circuit. Never
spill liquid of any kind on the product.
10. To reduce the risk of electric shock,
do not disassemble this product,
but take it to an authorized service
facility. Opening or removing parts of
the telephone base or handset other
than specified access doors may
expose you to dangerous voltages or
other risks. Incorrect reassembling
can cause electric shock when the
product is subsequently used.
11. Do not overload wall outlets and
extension cords.
12. Unplug this product from the wall
outlet and refer servicing to an
authorized service facility under the
following conditions:
• When the power supply cord or
plug is damaged or frayed.
• If liquid has been spilled onto the
product.
• If the product has been exposed
to rain or water.
• If the product does not operate
normally by following the
operating instructions. Adjust only
those controls that are covered
by the operation instructions.
Improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and
often requires extensive work by
an authorized technician to restore
the product to normal operation.
• If the product has been dropped
and the telephone base and/or
handset has been damaged.
• If the product exhibits a distinct
change in performance.
13. Avoid using a telephone (other than
cordless) during an electrical storm.
There is a remote risk of electric
shock from lightning.
14. Do not use the telephone to report
a gas leak in the vicinity of the
leak. Under certain circumstances,
a spark may be created when the
adapter is plugged into the power
outlet, or when the handset is
replaced in its cradle. This is a
common event associated with the
closing of any electrical circuit. The
user should not plug the phone
into a power outlet, and should
not put a charged handset into
the cradle, if the phone is located
in an environment containing
concentrations of flammable or
flame-supporting gases, unless there
is adequate ventilation. A spark in
such an environment could create a
fire or explosion. Such environments
might include: medical use of
oxygen without adequate ventilation;
industrial gases (cleaning solvents;
gasoline vapors; etc.); a leak of
natural gas; etc.
15. Only put the handset of your
telephone next to your ear when it is
in normal talk mode.
16. The power adapters are intended to
be correctly oriented in a vertical or
floor mount position. The prongs are
not designed to hold the plug in place
if it is plugged into a ceiling,
under-the-table or cabinet outlet.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Battery
• CAUTION: Use Only Supplied
Battery.
• Do not dispose of the battery in a fire.
Check with local waste management
codes for special disposal instructions.
• Do not open or mutilate the battery.
Released electrolyte is corrosive and
may cause burns or injury to the eyes
or skin. The electrolyte may be toxic if
swallowed.
• Exercise care in handling batteries in
order not to create a short circuit with
conductive materials.
• Charge the battery provided with this
product only in accordance with the
instructions and limitations specified
in this manual.
•
Precautions for users of
implanted cardiac pacemakers
Cardiac pacemakers (applies only to
digital cordless telephones):
Wireless Technology Research, LLC
(WTR), an independent research entity,
led a multidisciplinary evaluation of the
interference between portable wireless
telephones and implanted cardiac
pacemakers. Supported by the U.S.
Food and Drug Administration, WTR
recommends to physicians that:
•
Pacemaker patients
• Should keep wireless telephones at
least six inches from the pacemaker.
• Should NOT place wireless telephones
directly over the pacemaker, such as in
a breast pocket, when it is turned ON.
• Should use the wireless telephone at
the ear opposite the pacemaker.
WTR’s evaluation did not identify any
risk to bystanders with pacemakers
from other persons using wireless
telephones.
About cordless telephones
• Privacy: The same features that make
a cordless telephone convenient
create some limitations. Telephone
calls are transmitted between the
telephone base and the cordless
handset by radio waves, so there is a
possibility that the cordless telephone
conversations could be intercepted
•
•
by radio receiving equipment within
range of the cordless handset. For
this reason, you should not think of
cordless telephone conversations as
being as private as those on corded
telephones.
Electrical power: The telephone
base of this cordless telephone must
be connected to a working electrical
outlet. The electrical outlet should not
be controlled by a wall switch. Calls
cannot be made from the cordless
handset if the telephone base is
unplugged, switched off or if the
electrical power is interrupted.
Potential TV interference: Some
cordless telephones operate
at frequencies that may cause
interference to televisions and
VCRs. To minimize or prevent
such interference, do not place
the telephone base of the cordless
telephone near or on top of a TV or
VCR. If interference is experienced,
moving the cordless telephone farther
away from the TV or VCR often
reduces or eliminates the interference.
Rechargeable batteries: Exercise
care in handling batteries in order
not to create a short circuit with
conducting material such as rings,
bracelets and keys. The battery or
conductor may overheat and cause
harm. Observe proper polarity
between the battery and the battery
charger.
Nickel-metal hydride rechargeable
batteries: Dispose of these batteries
in a safe manner. Do not burn or
puncture the battery. Like other
batteries of this type, if burned or
punctured, they could release caustic
material which could cause injury.
Table of contents
What’s in the box.........................1
Overview........................................... 2
Handset overview................................2
Telephone base overview....................3
Charger overview................................4
Display icons overview........................4
Handset and Telephone base
lights overview.................................. 4
Connect.........................................5
Connect the telephone base................5
Connect the charger............................5
Mount the telephone base...................5
Install and charge the battery..............6
Charge the battery...............................7
Before use.....................................8
Check for dial tone...............................8
Operating range...................................8
Configure your telephone...........9
Using the handset menu......................9
Set language.......................................9
Set date and time................................9
Home area code................................10
Dial mode..........................................10
Temporary tone dialing......................10
Telephone Operations...............11
Make a call........................................11
Predial a call......................................11
Answer a call.....................................11
End a call...........................................11
Speakerphone...................................11
Volume control...................................12
Mute...................................................12
Join a call in progress (for multiple
handset models only).....................12
Call waiting........................................12
Chain dialing......................................12
Find handset......................................13
Transfer a call....................................13
Intercom ...........................................13
Answer an incoming call during
an intercom call..............................14
Call transfer using intercom...............14
Redial list ...................................15
Review a redial list entry....................15
Dial a redial list entry.........................15
Delete a redial list entry.....................15
Directory......................................16
Add a directory entry.........................16
Review directory entries....................17
Alphabetical search...........................17
Delete a directory entry.....................17
Dial a directory entry..........................17
Speed dial..........................................18
Assign a speed dial entry..................18
Reassign a speed dial entry..............18
Dial a speed dial number...................18
Delete a speed dial entry...................19
Caller ID.......................................19
Review the caller ID log.....................19
Memory match...................................20
Missed call indicator..........................20
View dialing options...........................20
Dial a caller ID log entry....................20
Save a caller ID log entry to the
directory.........................................21
Delete the caller ID log entries..........21
Sound settings ..........................21
Key tone............................................21
Ringer tone........................................21
Handset ringer volume......................22
Temporary ringer silencing................22
Quiet mode........................................22
New message indication....................25
About the built-in answering
system and voicemail
service......................................23
Set your built-in answering
system......................................23
Turn the answering system on
or off...............................................23
Default announcement......................24
Record your own announcement.......24
Play your announcement...................24
Delete your announcement...............24
Set number of rings...........................24
Turn the call screening on or off........25
Turn the message alert tone on
or off...............................................25
New message indication....................25
Message playback.............................25
Delete all messages..........................26
Remote access..................................26
Set remote access code....................27
Call screening....................................27
Call intercept......................................28
Record, play, and delete memos.......28
Using your built-in answering
system and voicemail
service......................................28
Retrieve voicemail.............................29
Turn off the new voicemail
indicators........................................29
Expand your telephone
system......................................29
Screen messages.......................30
Frequently asked questions......32
ECO mode...................................34
General product care.................35
®
The RBRC seal..........................35
FCC, ACTA and
IC regulations..........................36
California Energy Commission
battery charging testing
instructions..............................38
For C-UL compliance only.........38
Limited Warranty........................41
Technical Specifications............ 43
What’s in the box
Your telephone package contains the
following items. Save your sales receipt
and original packaging in case it is
necessary to ship your telephone for
warranty service.
NOTE
To purchase replacement batteries or power
adapters, visit our website at
www.vtechphones.com or call
1 (800) 595-9511. In Canada, go to
www.vtechcanada.com or dial
1 (800) 267-7377.
1 set for CS6729/
2 sets for CS6729-2/CS6729-21;
3 sets for CS6729-3
4 sets for CS6729-4/CS6729-4D
5 sets for CS6729-5
1 set for CS6729-2/CS6729-21;
2 sets for CS6729-3
3 sets for CS6729-4/CS6729-4D
4 sets for CS6729-5
1 set for CS6729/CS6729-2/
CS6729-21/CS6729-3/CS6729-4/
CS6729-4D/CS6729-5
Abridged user’s
manual
Important Safety
Instructions
1 set for CS6729/CS6729-2/
CS6729-21/CS6729-3/CS6729-4/
CS6729-4D/CS6729-5
Overview
5–
• Press repeatedly to show other
dialing options when reviewing a
caller ID log entry.
Handset overview
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6 – INT
• Press to start an intercom
conversation or transfer a call (for
multi-handset models only).
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7 – Microphone
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8–
• Make or answer a call using the
handset speakerphone.
• During a call, press to switch
between the speakerphone and
the handset.
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9 – MUTE/DELETE
• Mute the microphone during a
call.
• Delete digits or characters while
using the dialing keys.
• Silence the ringer temporarily
while the handset is ringing.
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10 –
1 – Handset earpiece
• While you have set the dial mode
to pulse and on a call, press to
switch to tone dialing temporarily.
2 – LCD display
3 – MENU/SELECT
• Show the menu.
• While in a menu, press to select
an item, or save an entry or
setting.
11 –
• Press to add a space when
entering names.
12 – 1
• Press repeatedly to add or
remove 1 in front of the caller ID
log entry before dialing or saving
it to the directory.
• Press and hold to set or dial your
voicemail number.
4 – OFF/CANCEL
• Hang up a call.
• Silence the ringer temporarily
while the handset is ringing.
• Press and hold to erase the
missed call indicator while the
phone is not in use.
• Press to return to the previous
menu; or press and hold to return
to idle mode, without making
changes.
13 –
/FLASH
• Make or answer a home call.
• Answer an incoming home call
when you hear a call waiting
alert.
Telephone base overview
14 – REDIAL/PAUSE
• Press repeatedly to review the
redial list.
• Press and hold to insert a dialing
pause while entering a number.
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15 – VOLUME/ /
• Review the directory when the
phone is not in use.
• Increase the listening volume
during a call.
• Scroll up while in a menu, or in
the directory, caller ID log, or
redial list.
• Move the cursor to the right when
entering numbers or names.
VOLUME/ /CID
• Review the caller ID log when the
phone is not in use.
• Decrease the listening volume
during a call.
• Scroll down while in a menu, or
in the directory, caller ID log, or
redial list.
• Move the cursor to the left when
entering numbers or names.
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1 – IN USE light
• Flashes when there is an incoming
call, or another telephone sharing
the same line is in use.
• Flashes when handsets are being
deregistered.
• On when the handset is in use or
being registered.
• On when the answering system is
answering a call.
2–
ANS ON/OFF
• Press to turn the answering
system on or off.
3–
VOL+ and VOL• Press to adjust the volume during
message playback.
• When the phone is not in use,
press to adjust the telephone
base ringer volume.
16 – CHARGE light
• On when the handset is
charging.
4 – /FIND HANDSET
• Press to page all system
handsets.
5–
/PLAY/STOP
• Press to play messages.
• Press to stop message
6 – X/DELETE
• Press to delete the playing
message.
• When the phone is not in use,
press twice to delete all previously
reviewed messages.
7 – Message window
• Shows the number of messages,
and other information of the
answering system or
telephone base.
8–
9–
There are new voicemail
received from your
telephone service provider.
/REPEAT
• Press to repeat the playing
message.
• Press twice to play the previous
message.
ECO
The ECO mode activates
automatically to reduce
power consumption when
the handset is within range
from the telephone base.
NEW
There are new caller ID
log entries.
/SKIP
• Press to skip to the next message.
Handset and Telephone base
lights overview
Charger overview
Handset lights
On when the handset
speakerphone is in use.
a
CHARGE
1 – Charging pole
Telephone base lights
Display icons overview
IN USE
The battery icon flashes
when the battery is low
and needs charging.
The battery icon animates
when the battery is charging.
The battery icon becomes
solid when the battery is
fully charged.
The handset ringer is off.
1/13
ANS ON
On when the handset
is charging in the
telephone base or
handset charger.
The message number
currently playing and total
number of new/old
messages recorded.
ANS ON/OFF
The answering system is
turned on.
On when the telephone
line is in use.
On when you are
registering a handset.
Flashes quickly when
there is an incoming
call.
Flashes when another
telephone sharing the
same line is in use.
Flashes when you
are deregistering all
handsets.
On when the
answering system is
turned on.
Connect
Mount the telephone base
The telephone comes ready for tabletop
use. If you have already installed the
telephone for tabletop use, unplug the
telephone line cord from the telephone
wall jack, and unplug the telephone base
power adapter from the wall outlet before
mounting your telephone on a wall.
Follow the steps below to mount your
telephone on a wall.
You can choose to connect the telephone
base for desktop usage or wall mounting.
NOTES
• Use only the power adapters supplied with
this product.
• Make sure the electrical outlets are not
controlled by wall switches.
• The adapters are intended to be correctly
oriented in a vertical or floor mount
position. The prongs are not designed to
hold the plug in place if it is plugged into a
ceiling, under-the-table or cabinet outlet.
1. Route the telephone line cord
through the rectangular hole on the
wall mount bracket. Then plug the
two ends of the telephone line cord
into the telephone base and the wall
outlet as shown.
TIP
• If you subscribe to digital subscriber line
(DSL) high-speed Internet service through
your telephone line, make sure you install
a DSL filter (not included) between the
telephone line cord and telephone wall
jack. Contact your DSL service provider
for more information.
Connect the telephone base
2 Align the holes on the bracket with
the standard wall plate and slide the
bracket down until it clicks securely in
place.
Connect the charger
A
Install and charge the battery
3.Align the grooves on the telephone
base with the tabs on the wall mount
bracket, and then slide it down until it
clicks securely in place.
Install the battery as shown below.
NOTES
• Use only supplied battery.
• If the handset will not be used for a long
time, disconnect and remove the battery to
prevent possible leakage.
4. Connect the power adapter to the
telephone base and an electrical
outlet not controlled by a wall switch.
THIS SIDE UP
THIS SIDE UP
Charge the battery
When it is fully charged, you can expect
the following performance:
Place the handset in the telephone base
or the charger to charge.
Operation
Operating time
While in handset
use (talking*)
Seven hours
While in
speakerphone
mode (talking*)
Three hours
While not in use
(standby**)
Five days
* Operating times vary depending on your actual
use and the age of the battery.
** Handset is not charging or in use.
Once you have installed the battery,
the handset LCD display indicates the
battery status (see the table below).
NOTES
• For best performance, keep the handset in
the telephone base or charger when not
in use.
• The battery is fully charged after 12 hours
of continuous charging.
• If you place the handset in the telephone
base or the charger without plugging
in the battery, the screen displays
No battery.
Battery
indicators
Battery
status
Action
The screen
is blank, or
shows Put
in charger
and
flashes.
The battery
has no
charge or
very little
charge. The
handset
cannot be
used.
Charge
without
interruption
(at least 30
minutes).
The screen
shows Low
battery and
flashes.
The battery
has enough
charge to be
used for a
short time.
Charge
without
interruption
(at least 30
minutes).
The screen
shows
HANDSET X.
The battery is
charged.
To keep
the battery
charged,
place it in the
telephone
base or
charger when
not in use.
Before use
Operating range
After you install your telephone or
power returns following a power outage,
the handset will prompt you to set the
date and time.
This cordless telephone operates with
the maximum power allowed by the
Federal Communications Commission
(FCC). Even so, this handset and
telephone base can communicate over
only a certain distance - which can
vary with the locations of the telephone
base and handset, the weather, and the
layout of your home or office.
When the handset is out of range, the
handset displays Out of range or no pwr
at base.
If there is a call while the handset is
out of range, it may not ring, or if it
does ring, the call may not connect well
when you press . Move closer to the
telephone base, and then press
to answer the call. If the handset
moves out of range during a telephone
conversation, there may be interference.
Set date and time
NOTE
• Make sure you set the date and time
including the year correctly; otherwise the
answering system does not announce the
correct day of the week for your recorded
messages time stamp.
1. Use the dialing keys (0-9) to enter
the month (MM), date (DD) and year
(YY). Then press SELECT.
2.Use the dialing keys (0-9) to enter the
hour (HH) and minute (MM). Then
press or to choose AM or PM.
3.Press SELECT to save.
To improve reception, move closer to the
telephone base.
Check for dial tone
Press . If you hear a dial tone, the
installation is successful.
If you do not hear a dial tone:
• Make sure the installation procedures
described above are properly done.
• It may be a wiring problem. If you
have changed your telephone
service to digital service from a
cable company or a VoIP service
provider, the telephone line may need
to be rewired to allow all existing
telephone jacks to work. Contact your
cable/VoIP service provider for more
information.
Configure your telephone
Set date and time
NOTE
Using the handset menu
• Make sure you set the date and time
including the year correctly; otherwise the
answering system does not announce the
correct day of the week for your recorded
messages time stamp.
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or until the screen displays
the desired feature menu.
3. Press SELECT to enter that menu.
1. Press MENU when the handset is not
in use.
2. Press or to highlight Set date/time,
and then press SELECT.
3. Use the dialing keys (0-9) to enter
the month (MM), date (DD) and year
(YY). Then press SELECT.
4.Use the dialing keys (0-9) to enter the
hour (HH) and minute (MM). Then
press or to choose AM or PM.
5.Press SELECT to save.
• To return to the previous menu, press
CANCEL on the handset.
• To return to idle mode, press and hold
CANCEL on the handset.
Set language
The LCD language is preset to English.
You can select English, French or
Spanish to be used in all screen displays.
1. Press MENU when the handset is not
in use.
2. Press or to highlight Settings,
and then press SELECT.
3. Press SELECT to select
LCD language.
4. Press or to highlight English,
Français or Español, and then press
SELECT.
• The screen displays Set English?
when you choose English.
• The screen displays Set Français?
when you choose Français.
• The screen displays Set Español?
when you choose Español.
5.Press SELECT to save your
selection. You hear a confirmation
tone
NOTE
• If you accidentally changed the LCD
language to French or Spanish, you can
reset it to English easily by pressing
MENU and then entering 364
.
Home area code
Dial mode
If you dial your local calls using only
seven digits (area code not required),
you can program your home area code
so that when you receive a call within
your local area, the telephone number
is automatically stored without the area
code in the caller ID log.
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to highlight Settings,
and then press SELECT.
3. Press or to highlight Home area
code, and then press SELECT.
4. Use the dialing keys to enter a
three-digit home area code.
5. Press SELECT to save your
selection. Then the handset returns
to the previous menu. You hear a
confirmation tone.
The dial mode is preset to touch-tone
dialing. If you have pulse (rotary)
service, you must change the dial
mode to pulse dialing before using the
telephone to make a call.
NOTE
• If, in the future, your telephone service
provider requires you to dial the area
code when making a local call, or, if you
move to a location that requires it, delete
the home area code you have already
programmed, following the steps above.
After you have deleted the home area
code, _ _ _ will appear on the display.
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to highlight Settings,
and then press SELECT.
3. Press or to highlight Dial mode,
and then press SELECT.
4. Press or to choose Touch-tone
or Pulse.
5. Press SELECT to save your
selection. Then the handset returns
to the previous menu. You hear a
confirmation tone.
Temporary tone dialing
If you have pulse (rotary) service only,
you can switch from pulse to touch-tone
dialing temporarily during a call. This
is useful if you need to send touchtone signals to access your telephone
banking or long distance services.
1. During a call, press
.
2. Use the dialing keys to enter the
number you wish to dial.
3. The telephone sends touch-tone
signals. The telephone automatically
returns to pulse dialing mode after
you end the call.
10
Telephone Operations
Make a call
1. Press
or on the handset.
2. When you hear a dial tone, dial the
number.
• The handset displays Unable to
call if the telephone line is in use.
Handset control key panel:
NOTES
• The handset shows the elapsed time as
you talk (in hours, minutes and seconds).
• While entering numbers, press and hold
PAUSE to insert a dialing pause
(a p appears).
Predial a call
1. Enter the telephone number.
2. Press
or to dial.
NOTES
• The handset displays Unable to call if
the telephone line is in use.
• The handset shows the elapsed time as
you talk (in hours, minutes and seconds).
• While entering numbers, press DELETE
or CANCEL to make corrections;
press and hold PAUSE to insert a dialing
pause (a p appears).
Answer a call
Press ,
, or
, or any dialing key (0-9,
) to answer.
End a call
Press OFF on the handset, or place the
handset in the telephone base or
handset charger.
Speakerphone
When the handset is on a call, press
to switch between the speakerphone
and the handset earpiece. When the
speakerphone is active, the handset
displays Speaker.
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Volume control
During a call, press /VOLUME/ .
If this is a cell call and the volume is too
loud or quiet, try changing the volume
on your cell phone. On some cell
phones, changing the volume on the
cell phone affects your cell call volume
on the CS6729 handset.
NOTES
• The handset and speakerphone volume
settings are independent.
• When the volume reaches the minimum
or maximum setting, you hear two beeps.
Mute
The mute function allows you to hear
the other party but the
other party cannot hear you.
• During a call, press MUTE. The
handset displays Muted until the
mute function is turned off.
• Press MUTE again to resume the
conversation. The handset briefly
displays Microphone on.
Join a call in progress (for
multiple handset models only)
Another handset can join you on a
home call. That call continues until
all parties hang up. You can share an
outside call with up to two handsets at
the same time.
You can buy additional expansion
handsets (CS6709) for this telephone
base. You can register up to five devices
to the telephone base.
To join a call�:
• When a handset is already on a call,
press
or on another handset to
join the call.
• Press OFF or place the handset
in the telephone base or handset
charger to exit the call. The call
continues on the other handset until
both handsets hang up.
NOTE
• If you have paired a DECT 6.0 cordless
headset and speakerphone to the
telephone base, you can also join a call
in progress using the paired device. Refer
to the user’s manuals of the respective
product for more information.
Call waiting
When you subscribe to call waiting
service with your telephone service
provider, the handset flashes and you
hear a beep if someone calls while you
are already on a call.
• Press FLASH on the handset to put
your current call on hold and take the
new call.
• Press FLASH on the handset at any
time to switch back and forth
between calls.
Chain dialing
Use this feature to initiate a dialing
sequence from numbers stored in the
directory, caller ID log or redial list while
you are on a call.
Chain dialing can be useful if you wish
to access other numbers (such as bank
account numbers or access codes)
from the directory, caller ID log or
redial list.
To access a number from the
directory while on a call:
1. Press MENU.
2. Press SELECT to select Directory.
3. Press or to scroll to the desired
entry.
4. Press SELECT to dial the displayed
number.
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Transfer a call
To access a number from the
caller ID log while on a call:
While on an outside call, you can
transfer the call from one handset to
another.
1. Press MENU.
2. Press or to highlight Caller ID
log, and then press SELECT.
3. Press or to scroll to the desired
entry.
4. Press SELECT to dial the displayed
number.
1. During a call, press MENU.
2. Press or to scroll to Transfer,
then press SELECT.
• If you have two handsets, your
handset displays Calling HS X and
then Transferred.
• If you have three or more
handsets, your handset
displays Transfer to: Use the
dialing keys to select a destination
handset. Your handset displays
Calling HS X
and then Transferred.
The destination handset rings and its
screen displays Incoming call.
3. To answer on the destination handset,
press , , or any dialing key (0-9,
, or
) on the destination
handset.
To access a number from the
redial list while on a call:
1. Press REDIAL to enter the redial list.
2. Press , , or REDIAL repeatedly to
browse to the desired entry.
3. Press SELECT to dial the displayed
number.
Find handset
This feature helps you find misplaced
handsets.
To start the paging tone:
• Press /FIND HANDSET on the
telephone base.
All idle handsets ring and their
screens display ** Paging **.
NOTES
• If the destination handset does not answer
the call within 30 seconds, the call will be
reverted to the originating handset. If you
do not press
, , or any dialing key
(0-9,
, or
) on your handset
to reconnect the outside call within 30
seconds, the call ends automatically.
To stop the paging tone:
• Press
(0-9,
, OFF,
, or
or any dialing key
) on a handset.
• If the destination handset is in the directory
or caller ID log, or is out of range, the
originating handset displays Unable to
call and then reconnects to the outside
call.
Intercom
Use the intercom feature for
conversations between two handsets.
You can buy additional expansion
handsets (CS6709) for this telephone
base. You can register up to five
handsets to the telephone base.
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1. Press INT on your handset when not
in use.
• If you have only one handset, your
handset displays INT needs 2 HS.
• If you have two handsets, your
handset displays Calling HS X.
• If you have three or more
handsets, your handset displays
Intercom to. Use the dialing keys
to enter a destination handset. Your
handset displays Calling HS X.
The destination handset rings and its
screen displays HS X is calling.
2.To answer the intercom call, press ,
, INT or any dialing key (0-9,
,
or
) on the destination handset.
Both handsets now display Intercom.
3.To end the intercom call, press OFF
or place the handset back in the
telephone base or charger. Both
handsets now display Intercom
ended.
NOTES
• You can cancel the intercom call before it is
answered by pressing OFF or INT on the
originating handset.
• If the destination handset does not answer
the intercom call within 100 seconds, is on
a call or out of range, the originating
handset displays Unable to call and
returns to idle mode.
• Press OFF or MUTE on the destination
handset to temporarily silence the intercom
ringer.
• You can use four handsets on two pairs
of intercom calls. For example, when four
handsets are used on two pairs of intercom
calls, use the fifth handset for an outside call.
• If there is an incoming call while the
originating handset displays Calling HS X,
the intercom request will be stopped and
the screen displays Incoming call.
Answer an incoming call during
an intercom call
When you receive an outside call during
an intercom call, there is an alert tone.
• To answer the outside call, press .
The intercom call ends automatically.
• To end the intercom call without
answering the outside call, press
OFF. The telephone continues to
ring.
Call transfer using intercom
Use the intercom feature to transfer an
outside call to another system handset.
1. During a call, press INT.
• If you have two handsets, the
outside call is put on hold and your
handset displays Calling HS X.
• If you have three or more
handsets, your handset displays
Intercom to. Use the dialing keys
to enter a handset number. The
outside call is put on hold and your
handset displays Calling HS X.
The destination handset rings and its
screen displays HS X is calling.
2. To answer the intercom call on the
destination handset, press , , INT
or any dialing key (0-9,
, or
).
The outside call is still on hold and both
handsets now display Intercom. You
can now have a private conversation
with the destination handset.
NOTES
• To cancel the intercom call before it is
answered, press OFF, or INT on your
handset.
• If the destination handset does not
answer within 100 seconds, is in use, on
a call or is out of range, the originating
handset displays Unable to call and then
reconnects to the outside call.
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Redial list
3. From this intercom call, you have the
following options:
• You can let the destination handset
join you on the outside call in
a three-way conversation.
Press and hold INT on the
originating handset.
• You can transfer the call. Press
OFF, or place your handset back in
the telephone base or charger. Your
handset displays Transferred.
The destination handset is then
connected to the outside call.
• You can press INT to switch
between the outside call (Outside
call displays) and the intercom call
(Intercom displays).
• The destination handset can end
the intercom call by pressing OFF,
or by placing the handset back
in the telephone base or charger.
The outside call continues with the
original system handset.
Each handset stores the last 10
telephone numbers dialed ����������
(up to 30
digits)����������������������������
. When there are already 10
entries, the oldest entry is deleted to
make room for the new entry.
Review a redial list entry
1. Press REDIAL to enter the redial list.
2. Press , , or REDIAL repeatedly
to browse until the desired entry
displays.
Dial a redial list entry
1. Press REDIAL to enter the redial list.
2. Press , , or REDIAL repeatedly
to browse until the desired entry
displays.
3. Press
or to dial.
-OR1. Press
or to take the line.
2. Press REDIAL to enter the redial list.
3. Press , , or REDIAL repeatedly
to browse until the desired entry
displays.
4. Press SELECT to dial the displayed
number.
Delete a redial list entry
1. Press REDIAL to enter the redial list.
2. Press , , or REDIAL repeatedly
to browse until the desired entry
displays.
• When the handset displays the number
you want to delete, press DELETE.
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Directory
The directory can store up to 50 entries,
which are shared by all handsets.
Each entry may consist of a telephone
number up to 30 digits, and a name up
to 15 characters.
Each handset directory is independent
(for multiple handset models only). Any
additions, deletions or edits made on
one handset are not reflected on other
handsets.
If the telephone number in the directory
exceeds 15 digits, a dash appears after
the 14th digit and then the remaining
digits are shown beginning with a dash
alternately.
Add a directory entry
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to highlight Directory,
and then press SELECT.
3. Press SELECT to choose
Add contact.
4. When Enter number displays, use
the dialing keys to enter a number
(up to 30 digits).
-ORCopy a number from the redial list
by pressing REDIAL. Then press ,
, or REDIAL repeatedly to find the
desired number. Press SELECT to
copy the number.
5. Press SELECT to move on to the
name.
6. When Enter name displays, use
the dialing keys to enter a name (up
to 15 characters). Each time you
press a key, the character on that
key appears. Additional key presses
produce other characters on that key.
Press the key repeatedly until the
desired character appears. The first
character of every word is capitalized.
7. Press SELECT to save. You hear
a confirmation tone and then the
handset returns to the previous
menu.
-OR1. Use ����������������������������
the dialing keys to enter a
number (up to 30 digits) when the
phone is not in use. Press SELECT.
The handset displays Enter number.
-ORCopy a number from the redial list by
pressing REDIAL. Then press ,
, or REDIAL repeatedly to find the
desired number. Press SELECT for
three times to copy the number.
2. Press SELECT to move on to the
name.
3. When Enter name displays, use
the dialing keys to enter a name (up
to 15 characters). Each time you
press a key, the character on that
key appears. Additional key presses
produce other characters on that key.
Press the key repeatedly until the
desired character appears. The first
character of every
word is capitalized.
4. Press SELECT to save. The handset
displays Saved and then returns
to the previous menu. You hear a
confirmation tone.
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While entering names and numbers,
you can:
-ORi. Press MENU when the phone is
not in use.
ii. Press or to highlight
Directory, and then press
SELECT.
iii. Press or to highlight Review,
and then press SELECT.
2. Use the dialing keys to enter the
letter associated with the name.
For example, if you have entries for
Jenny, Jessie, Kristen and Laura in
your directory, press 5 (JKL) once
to see Jenny (when Jenny displays,
press to see Jessie), twice to see
Kristen, or three times to see Laura.
If there is no name entry matching
your search, the next closest match
in alphabetical order appears. If
necessary, press or to browse.
• Press or to move the cursor to
the left or right.
• Press DELETE to erase a digit.
• Press and hold DELETE to erase
all digits.
• Press and hold PAUSE to enter a
dialing pause (a p appears).
• Press 0 to add a space.
Review directory entries
Directory entries appear alphabetically.
1. Press
when the phone is not in
use. The handset displays Entries
in DIR X for a few seconds, and
then displays the first entry in the
directory.
2. Press or to browse through the
directory.
-OR1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to highlight Directory,
and then press SELECT.
3. Press or to highlight Review, and
then press SELECT.
4. The handset displays Entries in
DIR X for a few seconds and then
displays the first directory entry.
Press or to browse through the
directory.
Delete a directory entry
1. Search for the desired entry in the
directory (see Review and dial
from the directory or Alphabetical
search).
2. When the desired entry appears,
press DELETE. The screen displays
Delete contact? and the number.
3. Press SELECT to confirm. The
screen displays Deleting ... and
then Contact deleted. You hear a
confirmation tone.
Dial a directory entry
NOTE
• If the telephone number in the directory
exceeds 15 digits, - appears in front of
the telephone number and shows the
remaining numbers alternately.
1. Search for the desired entry in the
directory (see Review directory
entries or Alphabetical search).
2. Press
or to dial.
Alphabetical search
1. Press
use.
when the phone is not in
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Speed dial
Reassign a speed dial entry
You can copy up to 9 directory entries
into the speed dial locations (0 and
2-9) so that you can dial these numbers
using fewer keys than usual.
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to scroll to Directory,
then press SELECT.
3. Press or to scroll to Speed dial,
then press SELECT.
4. Press or , or use the dialing keys
to choose the speed dial location you
want to reassign.
5. Press SELECT twice. The screen
displays Reassign SD.
6. Press SELECT. The screen displays
Copy from DIR... and then the first
entry of the directory.
7. Press or to browse to the desired
entry.
-ORUse the alphabetical search to find
the desired entry.
8.Press SELECT to save. You hear
a confirmation. The name (up to 12
characters) appears in the selected
speed dial location.
The speed dial memory locations are
stored in the telephone base and are
shared by all handsets. Changes made
to the speed dial entries on one handset
apply to all.
Assign a speed dial entry
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to scroll to Directory,
then press SELECT.
3. Press or to scroll to Speed dial,
then press SELECT.
4. Press or or the dialing keys (0 or
2-9) to choose the desired speed dial
location.
5. Press SELECT. The screen displays
Copy from DIR... and then the first
entry in the directory.
6. Press or to browse to the desired
entry.
-ORUse the alphabetical search to find the
desired entry.
7. Press SELECT to save. You hear
a confirmation. The name (up to 12
characters) appears in the selected
speed dial location.
Dial a speed dial number
• Press and hold a dialing key (0 or
2-9) to dial the number stored in the
corresponding speed dial location.
When the speed dial location is empty,
the screen displays the speed dial list.
See Assign a speed dial entry to add a
new entry.
NOTES
• If the directory is empty, when you press
SELECT in Step 5, the screen displays
Directory empty.
• If the speed dial location you selected is
occupied, the new directory entry you
selected replaces the old one. Take caution
not to replace entries you do not wish to
delete from the speed dial locations.
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Delete a speed dial entry
Caller ID
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to scroll to Directory,
then press SELECT.
3. Press or to scroll to Speed dial,
then press SELECT.
4. Press or , or use the dialing keys
to choose the desired speed dial
location, then press DELETE. The
screen displays Clear SD #X?
5. Press SELECT to confirm. You hear
a confirmation tone.
If you subscribe to caller ID service,
information about each caller appears
after the first or second ring. If
you answer a call before the caller
information appears on the screen, it
will not be saved in the caller ID log.
The caller ID log stores up to 50 entries.
Each entry has up to 24 digits for the phone
number and 15 characters for the name.
If the telephone number has more that
15 digits, only the last 15 digits appear.
If the name has more than 15 characters,
only the first 15 characters are shown
and saved in the caller ID log.
Entries appear in reverse chronological
order. When the caller ID log is full, the
oldest entry is deleted to make room for
new incoming call information.
Caller ID log entries are shared by all
system handsets (for multiple handset
models only). Any deletions made on
one handset are reflected on all other
handsets.
NOTE
• Deleting the speed dial entries does not
affect the entries in the directory.
NOTE
This product can provide information
only if both you and the caller are in
areas offering caller ID service and if
both telephone service providers use
compatible equipment. The time and
date are sent by your telephone service
provider along with the call information.
Review the caller ID log
Review the caller ID log to find out who
called, to return the call, or to copy the
caller’s name and number into your
directory.
1. Press CID when the phone is not in
use. The handset displays the first
entry in the caller ID log.
2. Press or to browse.
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-OR1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to scroll to Caller ID
log, and then press SELECT twice
to choose Review. The handset
displays the first entry in the caller ID
log.
3. Press or to browse.
NOTE
• You hear a double beep when you reach
the beginning or end of the caller ID log.
Memory match
If the incoming telephone number
matches the last seven digits of a
telephone number in your directory,
the name that appears on the screen
matches the corresponding name in
your directory.
For example, if Linda Jones Smith calls,
his name appears as Linda if this is
how you entered it into your directory.
NOTE
• The number shown in the caller ID log
will be in the format sent by the telephone
service provider. The telephone service
provider usually delivers 10-digit phone
numbers (area code plus telephone
number). If the phone number of the
caller does not match a number in your
directory, the name will appear as it
is delivered by the telephone service
provider.
Missed call indicator
When there are calls that have not
been reviewed in the caller ID log, the
handsets display XX missed calls.
Each time you review a caller ID log
entry marked NEW, the number of
missed calls decreases by one.
When you have reviewed all the
missed calls, the missed call indicator
goes away.
If you do not want to review the missed
calls one by one, press and hold
CANCEL on the handset when not in
use to clear the missed call indicator. All
the entries are then considered old and
kept in the caller ID log.
View dialing options
Although the caller ID log entries
received have 10 digits (the area code
plus the seven-digit number), in some
areas, you may need to dial only the
seven digits, or 1 plus the seven digits,
or 1 plus the area code plus the seven
digits. You can change the number of
digits that you dial from the caller ID
log and store the new number to the
directory.
While reviewing the caller ID log, press
(pound key) repeatedly to display
different dialing options for local and
long distance numbers before dialing
or saving the telephone number in the
directory.
Press 1 repeatedly if you need to add
or remove 1 in front of the telephone
number before dialing or saving it in
the directory.
When the number is displayed in
the correct format for dialing, press
or to dial.
Dial a caller ID log entry
1. Search for the desired caller ID log
entry (see Review the Caller ID log).
2. When the desired entry displays,
press
or to dial.
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Save a caller ID log entry to the
directory
To delete all entries:
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to scroll to Caller ID
log, and then
press SELECT.
3. Press or to scroll to Del all calls,
and then press SELECT.
4. When the screen shows Delete all?
Press SELECT to confirm. The
screen displays Deleting... and then
you hear a confirmation tone.
1. Search for the desired caller ID log
entry (see Review the Caller ID log).
2. When the desired entry displays,
press SELECT.
3. Press SELECT to choose To
Directory. Then the handset displays
Enter number.
4. Use the dialing keys to edit the
number, when necessary. Press
SELECT to move to the name. The
handset displays Enter name.
5.Use the dialing keys to add or edit the
name.
6. Press SELECT when done and the
screen shows Saved.
Sound settings
Key tone
You can turn the key tone on or off for
each handset. If you turn the key tone
off, there are no beeps when you press
the handset keys.
While entering names and numbers,
you can:
• Press or to move the cursor to
the left or right.
• Press DELETE to erase a digit.
• Press and hold DELETE to erase
all digits.
• Press and hold PAUSE to enter a
dialing pause (a p appears).
• Press 0 to add a space.
• If you save an entry which already exists
in the directory, the handset displays
Number repeated and then returns to
previous screen.
1. Press MENU when the handset is not
in use.
2. Press or to highlight Settings,
and then press SELECT.
3. Press or to highlight Key tone,
and then press SELECT.
4. Press or to highlight Key tone:On
or Key tone:Off.
5. Press SELECT to save your
selection. Then the handset returns
to the previous menu. You hear a
confirmation tone.
Delete the caller ID log entries
Ringer tone
1. Search for the desired caller ID log
entry (see Review the Caller ID log).
2. Press DELETE to delete the
displayed entry.
You can choose from different ringer
tones for each handset.
NOTE
1. Press MENU when the handset is not
in use.
2. Press or to highlight Ringers,
and then press SELECT.
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3. Press or to highlight Ringer
tone, and then press SELECT.
4. Press or to sample each ringer
tone.
5. Press SELECT to save your
selection. Then the handset returns
to the previous menu. You hear a
confirmation tone.
To silence the handset ringer:
• Press OFF or MUTE on the handset
and it displays Ringer muted and .
NOTES
• Each handset and the base ring when
there is an incoming call unless the ringer
volume of that device is turned off.
• If you turn off the ringer volume, you will
not hear ringer tone samples.
• You can also press or on the base unit
to adjust the ringer volume. The adjustment
will be saved and applied to the next
incoming call.
Handset ringer volume
Quiet mode
You can set the ringer volume or turn
the ringer off on each handset. When
the ringer is off,
appears on the
screen.
You can turn on the quiet mode for a
period of time (1-12 hours). During this
period, all tones (except paging tone)
are muted.
1. Press MENU when the handset is not
in use.
2. Press or to highlight Ringers,
and then press SELECT.
3. Press or to select Ringer
volume, and then press SELECT.
4. Press or to sample each volume
level.
5. Press SELECT to save your
selection. Then the handset returns
to the previous menu. You hear a
confirmation tone.
1. Press and hold
) when the
handset is not in use.
NOTE
2. The handset displays Quiet: _ _
hours. Use the dialing keys (0-9) to
enter the desired duration (1-12).
3. Press SELECT to save. You hear a
confirmation tone.
The handset displays Quiet mode on
and .
To turn off the quiet mode:
•
NOTE
• The ringer volume also determines the
ringer volume for intercom calls. If the
ringer volume is set to off, that handset
is silenced for all incoming calls except
paging tone.
Press and hold QUIET# when the handset
is not in use. The handset displays Quiet
mode off briefly and then returns to idle.
NOTE
• When you change the settings of the
ringer tone or ringer volume, you can still
hear the samples even if the quiet mode
is on.
Temporary ringer silencing
When the telephone is ringing, you can
temporarily silence the ringer of the
handset without disconnecting the call.
The next call rings normally at the preset
volume.
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About the built-in
answering system and
voicemail service
Telephone base control key panel:
For message recording, your telephone
has a built-in answering system, and it
also support voicemail service offered
by your telephone service provider
(subscription is required, and fee may
apply).
The main differences between them are:
Category
Storage
Built-in
answering
system
Voicemail from
telephone
service
Messages are
Messages are
stored in the
stored in a
telephone base. server or system
provided by
your telephone
service.
Your messages
will not be
deleted
automatically.
You have to
delete your
messages
manually.
When you
Method
to retrieve received new
messages messages,
handset
displays
XX new
messages and
the message
window on the
telephone base
flashes.
To retrieve
messages,
usually there
are two ways:
• Press a
button on the
telephone
base; or
• Access
remotely with
an access
code.
Set your built-in answering
system
Your messages
may be
automatically
deleted after a
period of time.
Contact your
telephone service
provider for more
details.
When you
received new
messages,
the handset
displays
and
New voicemail.
The answering system can record
and store up to 99 messages. Each
message can be up to three minutes in
length. The total storage capacity for the
announcement, messages and memos
is approximately 14 minutes. The actual
recording time depends on individual
message characteristics.
Your answering system allows you to set
your announcement, to save and delete
messages, activate call screening, to
set number of rings before pick up, to
access remotely, and to control the
recording time.
To retrieve
messages, you
need an access
number and/or
a passcode
provided by
your telephone
service provider.
Turn the answering system on or
off
The answering system must be turned
on to answer and record messages.
When the answering system is turned
on, the /ANS ON/OFF light on the
telephone base turns on and ANS ON
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displays on the handset.
to record. The handset announces,
“Record after the tone. Press 5 when
you are done.” After the tone, speak
towards the handset microphone.
Press 5 when done.
To turn on or off with the
telephone base:
• Press /ANS ON/OFF to turn the
built-in answering system on or
off. When the answering system is
turned on, it announces, “Calls will
be answered.” When the answering
system is turned off, it announces,
“Calls will not be answered.”
To turn on or off with the handset:
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to highlight Answering
sys, and then press SELECT.
3. Press or to highlight Answer
on/off, and then press SELECT.
4. Press or to highlight Answer:
On or Answer: Off, and then
press SELECT to save. You hear a
confirmation tone.
Default announcement
The telephone is preset with a greeting
that answers calls with “Hello, please
leave a message after the tone.” You
can use this preset announcement, or
replace it with your own.
Record your own announcement
The announcement can be up to
90 seconds in length.
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to scroll to Answering
sys, and then press SELECT.
3. Press SELECT again to choose
Announcement.
4. The handset displays Play [2] Del [3]
Rec [7] and it announces, “To play,
press 2. To record, press 7.” Press 7
Play your announcement
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to scroll to Answering
sys, and then press SELECT.
3. Press SELECT again to choose
Announcement.
4. The handset displays Play [2] Del [3]
Rec [7] and it announces, “To play,
press 2. To record, press 7.” Press 2
to play the current announcement.
Delete your announcement
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to scroll to Answering
sys, and then press SELECT.
3. Press SELECT again to choose
Announcement.
4. The handset displays Play [2] Del
[3] Rec [7] and it announces, “To
play, press 2. To record, press 7.”
Press 3 to delete your recorded
announcement. The handset displays
Annc deleted and then the system
announces, “Announcement deleted.”
You hear a confirmation tone.
NOTE
• When your announcement is deleted,
calls are answered with the preset
announcement.
Set number of rings
You can set the answering system to
answer an incoming call after 2, 3, 4, 5
or 6 rings; or toll saver. If you choose toll
saver, the answering system answers
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2. Press or to scroll to Answering
sys then press SELECT.
3. Press or to scroll to Ans sys
setup then press SELECT.
4. Press or to scroll to Msg alert
tone then press SELECT.
5. Press or to choose Tone: On or
Tone: Off.
6. Press SELECT to save and you hear
a confirmation tone.
a call after 2 rings when you have new
messages, or after 4 rings when you
have no new messages.
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to scroll to Answering
sys, and then press SELECT.
3. Press or to scroll to Ans sys
setup, and then press SELECT.
4. Press or to scroll to # of rings,
and then press SELECT.
5. Press or to choose 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or
Toll saver, and then press SELECT.
NOTES
• The answering system must be turned on
for the message alert tone to be functional.
• Press any key on the telephone base
(except /FIND HANDSET) to temporarily
silence the message alert tone.
Turn the call screening on
or off
Use this feature to choose whether
incoming messages can be heard while
they are being recorded.
Using your built-in
answering system
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to scroll to Answering
sys, and then press SELECT.
3. Press or to scroll to Ans sys
setup.
4. Press SELECT to choose Call
screening.
5. Press or to choose On or Off.
6. Press SELECT to save and you hear
a confirmation tone.
New message indication
XX new messages displays and the
message window in the telephone base
flashes when there are new answering
system messages.
If the message alert tone is turned on,
the telephone base beeps every
10 seconds when there are messages
that have not been reviewed.
Message playback
If you have new messages, the
telephone plays only the new messages
(oldest first). If there are no new
messages, the telephone plays back all
messages (oldest first).
When playback begins, you hear the
total number of messages followed
by the date and time of the message.
After the last message, the telephone
announces, “End of messages.”
Turn the message alert tone on
or off
When the message alert tone is set to
on, and there is at least one new
message, the telephone base beeps
every 10 seconds. The message alert
tone is preset to off.
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
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NOTE
• Make sure you set the date and time
correctly. Refer to Set date and time
under the Configure your telephone
section for more details.
To play messages at the
telephone base:
• Press /PLAY when the telephone
base is not in use.
Options during playback:
• Press VOL- or VOL+ to adjust the
message playback volume.
• Press /SKIP� to skip to the next
message.
• Press /REPEAT to repeat the
message. Press twice to hear the
previous message.
• Press X/DELETE to delete the
playing message.
• Press /STOP to stop the playback.
To play messages on a handset:
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press SELECT to choose
Play messages.
Options during playback:
• Press /VOLUME/ to adjust the
message playback volume.
• Press 6 to skip to the next message.
• Press 4 to repeat the message.
Press 4 during the time and day
announcement to hear the previous
message.
• Press 3 to delete the playing
message.
• Press OFF to stop the playback.
• Press
to switch between
speakerphone mode and handset
mode.
NOTES
• Only one handset or the telephone base
can access the answering system at a
time.
• During message playback, if there is an
incoming call or another handset makes a
call, message playback will be stopped.
Delete all messages
You can only delete old (reviewed)
messages. You cannot delete new
messages until you review them. You
cannot retrieve deleted messages.
To delete all old messages at the
telephone base:
1. When the phone is not in use, press
X/DELETE. The system announces,
“To delete all old messages, press
DELETE again.”
2. Press X/DELETE again. The system
announces, “All old messages deleted.”
You hear a confirmation tone.
To delete all old messages on a
handset:
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to scroll to Answering
sys, and then press SELECT.
3. Press or to scroll to Delete all
old, and then press SELECT. The
handset shows Delete all msg?
4. Press SELECT to confirm. The
handset displays Deleting...
then No old messages and then
returns to the previous menu. You
hear a confirmation tone.
Remote access
A two-digit security code is required to
access the answering system remotely
from any touch-tone telephone. The
preset code is 19. You can use this
preset code, or set your own.
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Set remote access code
1. Dial your telephone number from any
touch-tone telephone.
2. When the system plays your
announcement, enter the two-digit
security code.
3. You can enter one of the following
remote commands.
Command
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to scroll to Answering
sys then press SELECT.
3. Press or to scroll to Ans sys
setup then press SELECT.
4. Press or to scroll to Remote
code, and then press SELECT.
5. Use the dialing keys to enter a
two-digit number.
-ORPress or to scroll to a desired
two-digit number.
6. Press SELECT to save and you hear
a confirmation tone.
Description
1
Play all messages.
2
Play new messages.
3
Delete the current
message (during
playback).
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A two-digit security code is required to
access the answering system remotely
from any touch-tone telephone. The
preset code is 19. You can set the code
from 00 to 99.
Delete all old messages.
4
Repeat the current
message (during
playback).
5
Stop.
*5
Hear a list of remote
commands.
6
Skip to the next message
(during playback).
*7
Record a new
announcement.
8
End the call.
0
Turn the answering
system on or off.
Call screening
To screen a call at the telephone
base:
If the answering system and call
screening are turned on, the
announcement and the incoming
message broadcast at the telephone
base while the call is answered by the
answering system.
4. Hang up or press 8 to end the call.
NOTES
• If you do not press any keys after you
enter the remote access code, all new
messages play. If there are no new
messages, all old messages play.
• Once the new messages have played,
the telephone announces the help menu
options. If you do not press any key within
20 seconds, the remote access call
automatically disconnects.
• When the answering system memory is
full, the telephone announces,
“Memory is full. Enter the remote access
code.”
Options while a message is being
recorded:
• Press /VOL/ to adjust the call
screening volume.
• Press /VOL/ to temporarily turn
on the call screening if the call
screening is set to off.
• Press /PLAY/STOP to temporarily
turn on or off the call screening.
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To screen a call at a handset:
If the answering system is on, a call is
answered by the answering system. At
the same time, the handset shows To
screen call press [SELECT]. Press
SELECT to screen the call on your
handset. The handset shows the caller’s
information. If you do not subscribe to
caller ID service, the handset shows
Screening...
Options while a message is being
recorded:
• Press /VOLUME/ to adjust the call
screening volume.
• Press to switch between
speakerphone mode and handset
mode.
Call intercept
If you want to talk to the caller whose
message is being recorded, press
/HOME or on the handset.
Record, play, and delete
memos
Memos are your own recorded
messages used as reminders for
yourself or others using the same
answering system. You can record your
own memos using a system handset.
Each message can be up to 3 minutes
in length. Play and delete them in the
same way as incoming messages (see
Message playback).
To record a memo:
1. Press MENU when the phone is not
in use.
2. Press or to scroll to Answering
sys, and then press SELECT.
3. Press or to scroll to Record
memo, and then press SELECT.
4. The system announces, “Record
after the tone. Press 5 when you are
done.” After the tone, speak towards
the microphone.
5. Press 5 to stop recording. The system
announces, “Recorded.”
NOTES
• The system will announce “Memory is full”
if you record a memo when the memory
is full.
• Memos shorter than two seconds are not
recorded.
Using your built-in
answering system and
voicemail service
You can use your answering system and
voicemail service together by setting
your answering system to answer before
voicemail service answers as described
below. To learn how to program your
voicemail settings, contact your
telephone service provider.
If you are on a call, or if the answering
system is busy recording a message
and you receive another call, the second
caller can leave a voicemail message.
Set your answering system to answer
calls at least two rings earlier than
your voicemail service is set to answer.
For example, if your voicemail service
answers after six rings, set your
answering system to answer after four
rings. Some voicemail service providers
may program the delay before answering
calls in seconds instead of rings. In this
case, allow six seconds per ring when
determining the appropriate setting.
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Retrieve voicemail from
telephone service
Expand your telephone
system
Voicemail is a feature available from
most telephone service providers. It
may be included with your telephone
service, or may be optional. Fees may
apply.
You can add new handsets (CS6709,
purchased separately) to your telephone
system. Your telephone base supports a
maximum of five handsets.
For more details, refer to the user’s
manual that comes with your CS6709
new handset.
Retrieve voicemail
When you received a voicemail, the
handset displays New voicemail
and
.
To retrieve, you typically dial an access
number provided by your telephone
service provider, and then enter a
security code. Contact your telephone
service provider for instructions on how
to configure the voicemail settings and
listen to messages.
Turn off the new voicemail
indicators
If you have retrieved your voicemail
while away from home, and the
handset still displays the new voicemail
indicators, use this feature to turn off the
indicators.
NOTE
• This feature turns off the indicators
only, it does not delete your voicemail
messages.
1. Press MENU when the handset is not
in use.
2. Press or to highlight Settings,
and then press SELECT.
3. Press or to highlight Clr
voicemail, and then press SELECT.
The handset displays Reset VM
icon?.
4. Press SELECT to save your
selection. You hear a confirmation
tone.
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Screen messages
Call log
empty
There are no caller ID
log entries.
Calling HS X
(for models with two
or more
handsets only)
You are calling
another handset (for
intercom calls).
Contact
deleted
A directory entry is
deleted.
Directory
empty
There are no directory
entries.
Directory
full
The directory is full.
You cannot save any
new entry unless you
delete some current
entries.
Line in use
A system handset or
another telephone on
the same line is
in use.
Low battery
The battery needs to
be recharged.
Microphone
on
MUTE is turned off
and the person on the
other end can hear
you.
Muted
You have turned
off the handset
microphone. The
other party cannot
hear you but you can
hear the other party.
New
voicemail
There are new
voicemail message(s)
from your telephone
service provider.
No battery
You place the handset
in the telephone base
or charger without
installing a battery
in it.
No line
There is no telephone
line connected.
No message
There are no
message in the
answering system.
No old
messages
There are no old
messages in the
answering system.
You have no old
messages to be
deleted.
Ended
You have just ended
a call.
Failed
The handset
registration is not
successful.
HS X is
calling
(for models with two
or more handsets
only)
Another handset is
calling (for intercom
calls).
Incoming
call
There is an incoming
call.
INT needs 2
HS
Two handsets are
required for an
intercom call.
Intercom
The handset is on an
intercom call.
Intercom
ended
The intercom call has
just ended.
Not
available
Intercom to
(for models with
three or more
handsets only)
You have started the
intercom process or
started transferring a
call, and need to enter
the desired handset
number.
Another handset
is already in the
directory or caller ID
log.
Number
repeated
The telephone
number you have
entered is already
stored in the directory.
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Out of range
or no pwr at
base
The telephone base
has lost power, or
the handset is out of
range.
Phone
The handset is on a
call.
Put in
charger
The battery is very
low. Put the handset
in the telephone
base or charger for
recharging.
Quiet mode
off
The quiet mode is
turned off.
Quiet mode
on
The quiet mode is
turned on.
Rec mem full
The answering
system has no
recording time left.
Rec mem low
The answering
system has less than
three minutes of
recording time left.
Registering...
The handset
registration is in
progress.
Ringer muted
The handset ringer
is muted temporarily
during an incoming
call.
Ringer off
The handset ringer is
turned off.
Saved
Your selection has
been saved.
Speaker
The handset
speakerphone is in
use.
To register
HS...
Screen display on
a non-registered
handset.
...see manual
Transferred
You have transferred
an outside call to
another cordless
handset.
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Unable to
call
The handset is out of
range while on a call.
Failed phone call (the
telephone line is in
use).
Failed intercom call
(there are already two
handsets being used).
XX missed
calls
There are new calls in
the caller ID log.
XX new
messages
There are new
messages in the
answering system.
** Paging **
All system handsets
are being paged.
Frequently asked
questions
I cannot dial
out.
Below are the questions most frequently
asked about the cordless telephone.
If you cannot find the answer to your
question, visit our website at
www.vtechphones.com or call
1 (800) 595-9511 for customer service.
My telephone
does not work
at all.
The display
shows No line.
I cannot hear
the dial tone.
Make sure there is a dial
tone before dialing. It is
normal if the handset
takes a second or two
to synchronize with the
telephone base before
producing a dial tone.
Wait an extra second
before dialing.
Eliminate any
background noise.
Mute the handset
before dialing, or dial
from another room in
your home with less
background noise.
Make sure the telephone
base is installed properly,
and battery is installed
and charged correctly.
For optimum daily
performance, return the
handset to the telephone
base after use.
Disconnect the
telephone line cord from
your telephone and
connect it to another
telephone. If there is
no dial tone on that
other telephone either,
then the telephone line
cord may be defective.
Try installing a new
telephone line cord.
If changing telephone
line cord does not
help, the wall jack (or
the wiring to this wall
jack) may be defective.
Contact your telephone
service provider.
You may be using a new
cable or VoIP service,
the existing telephone
jacks in your home may
no longer work. Contact
your service provider for
solutions.
The display
shows To
register HS...
and ...see
manual
alternately. The
handset does
not work at all.
The handset is
deregistered from the
telephone base.
Place the handset in
the telephone base
to register it back.
The handset shows
Registered and you
hear a beep when the
registration process
completes. This process
takes about 90 seconds
to complete.
The display
shows Low
battery.
Place the handset in
the telephone base or
charger for charging.
The battery
does not
charge in the
handset or the
handset battery
does not
accept charge.
Make sure the handset is
placed in the telephone
base or charger correctly.
If the battery is
completely depleted,
charge the battery for at
least 30 minutes before
use.
You may need to
purchase a new battery.
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The telephone
does not ring
when there is
an incoming
call.
Make sure the ringer
volume is not set to off.
My handset
beeps and is
not performing
normally.
Move the handset closer
to the telephone base. It
may be out of range.
The handset may be too
far from the telephone
base. Move it closer to
the telephone base.
I hear other
calls when
using the
telephone.
I hear noise on
the cordless
handset and
the keys do not
work.
There is
interference
during a
telephone
conversation.
My calls fade
out when
I am using
the cordless
handset.
Disconnect the telephone
base from the telephone
wall jack. Plug in a different
telephone. If you still hear
other calls, the problem is
probably in the wiring or
telephone service. Contact
your telephone service
provider.
Make sure the telephone
line cord is plugged in
securely.
The telephone
does not
receive caller
ID or the
telephone does
not show caller
ID during call
waiting.
Caller ID is a subscription
service. You must
subscribe to this service
from your telephone
service provider for this
feature to work on your
telephone.
Both your and the
caller’s telephone service
providers must use
equipment compatible
with the caller ID service.
The caller may not be
calling from an area
which supports caller ID.
The handset may be out
of range. Move it closer
to the telephone base.
The caller ID information
displays after the first or
second ring.
If you subscribe to highspeed Internet service
(DSL - digital subscriber
line) through your
telephone line, you must
install a DSL filter between
the telephone line cord
and the telephone wall
jack. The filter prevents
noise and caller ID
problems caused by DSL
interference. Contact your
DSL service provider for
more information about
DSL filters.
Appliances or other
cordless telephones
plugged into the
same circuit as the
telephone base can
cause interference. Try
moving the appliance
or telephone base to
another outlet.
The display
shows Out of
range or no
pwr at base.
The handset may be out
of range. Move it closer
to the telephone base.
I subscribe to a
nontraditional
telephone
service that
uses my
computer
to establish
connections,
and my
telephone
doesn’t work.
Make sure your
computer is powered
on, and your Internet is
working properly.
Make sure the power
cord is securely plugged
into the telephone base.
Use a working electrical
outlet not controlled by a
wall switch.
Make sure to plug your
USB telephone adapter
into a dedicated USB
port on your computer.
Do not plug into a
multiple port USB hub
(USB splitter) that is not
powered.
In a few rare instances,
the USB port on your
computer may not have
enough power. In these
instances, try using a
USB hub with its own
external power supply.
The location of your
telephone base can
impact the performance
of your cordless phone.
For better reception,
install the telephone base
in a centralized location
within your home or
office, away from walls
or other obstructions.
In many environments,
elevating the telephone
base improves overall
performance.
If you are using a
firewall, it may prevent
access to your
nontraditional telephone
service. Contact your
service provider for more
information.
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The answering
system does
not record
messages.
Make sure the answering
system is on. When the
answering system is on,
ANS ON should display
on the handset and the
telephone base.
When the answering
machine memory is full,
it does not record new
messages until some old
messages are deleted.
ECO mode
This power conserving technology
reduces power consumption for optimal
battery performance. The ECO mode
activates automatically whenever
the handset is synchronized with the
telephone base.
The handset shows ECO when the
ECO mode activates.
If you subscribe to
voicemail service, change
the number of rings so
that your answering
system answers before
your voicemail service
answers. To determine
how many rings activate
your voicemail service,
contact your telephone
service provider.
The answering
system does
not announce
the correct day
of the week
for recorded
messages time
stamp.
Make sure you have
set the date and time.
See Configure your
telephone section.
The messages
on the
answering
system are
incomplete.
If a caller leaves a very
long message, part of
it may be lost when
the answering system
disconnects the call after
the preset recording time.
If the memory on the
answering system
becomes full during a
message, the answering
system stops recording
and disconnects the call.
I accidentally
set my LCD
language to
Spanish or
French, and I
don’t know how
to change it
back to English.
While the handset is
not in use or is on a
call, press MENU and
then enter 364# to
change the handset
LCD language back to
English.
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®
General product care
The RBRC seal
The RBRC® seal on the nickel-metal
hydride battery indicates that VTech
Communications, Inc. is voluntarily
participating in an industry program to
collect and recycle these batteries at the
end of their useful lives, when taken out
of service within the United States and
Canada.
The RBRC® program provides a
convenient alternative to placing used
nickel-metal hydride batteries into the
trash or municipal waste, which may be
illegal in your area.
VTech’s participation in RBRC ® makes it
easy for you to drop off the spent battery
at local retailers participating in the
RBRC® program or at authorized VTech
product service centers. Please call
TM
1 (800) 8 BATTERY for information
on Ni-MH battery recycling and disposal
bans/restrictions in your area. VTech’s
involvement in this program is part of its
commitment to protecting our environment
and conserving natural resources.
RBRC ® is a registered trademark
of Rechargeable Battery Recycling
Corporation.
Taking care of your telephone
Your cordless telephone contains
sophisticated electronic parts, so it must
be treated with care.
Avoid rough treatment
Place the handset down gently. Save the
original packing materials to protect your
telephone if you ever need to ship it.
Avoid water
Your telephone can be damaged if
it gets wet. Do not use the handset
outdoors in the rain, or handle it with wet
hands. Do not install the telephone base
near a sink, bathtub or shower.
Electrical storms
Electrical storms can sometimes cause
power surges harmful to electronic
equipment. For your own safety, take
caution when using electrical appliances
during storms.
Cleaning your telephone
Your telephone has a durable plastic
casing that should retain its luster for
many years. Clean it only with a dry nonabrasive cloth. Do not use dampened
cloth or cleaning solvents of any kind.
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FCC, ACTA and IC
regulations
FCC Part 15
This equipment has been tested and
found to comply with the requirements
for a Class B digital device under Part
15 of the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) rules. These
requirements are intended to provide
reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving
antenna.
• Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet
on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications to this
equipment not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device
may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation. Privacy of communications
may not be ensured when using this
telephone.
To ensure safety of users, the FCC
has established criteria for the amount
of radio frequency energy that can be
safely absorbed by a user or bystander
according to the intended usage of the
product. This product has been tested
and found to comply with the FCC
criteria. The handset may be safely
held against the ear of the user. The
telephone base shall be installed and
used such that parts of the user’s body
other than the hands are maintained at
a distance of approximately 20 cm
(8 inches) or more.
This Class B digital apparatus complies
with Canadian requirement:
CAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3(B)
FCC Part 68 and ACTA
This equipment complies with
Part 68 of the FCC rules and with
technical requirements adopted by the
Administrative Council for Terminal
Attachments (ACTA). The label on
the back or bottom of this equipment
contains, among other things, a
product identifier in the format US:
AAAEQ##TXXXX. This identifier must
be provided to your telephone service
provider upon request.
The plug and jack used to connect this
equipment to premises wiring and the
telephone network must comply with
applicable Part 68 rules and technical
requirements adopted by ACTA. A
compliant telephone cord and modular
plug is provided with this product. It is
designed to be connected to a compatible
modular jack that is also compliant. An
RJ11 jack should normally be used for
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connecting to a single line and an RJ14
jack for two lines. See the installation
instructions in the user’s manual.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
is used to determine how many devices
you may connect to your telephone
line and still have them ring when you
are called. The REN for this product is
encoded as the 6th and 7th characters
following the US: in the product identifier
(e.g., if ## is 03, the REN is 0.3). In
most, but not all areas, the sum of
all RENs should be five (5.0) or less.
For more information, contact your
telephone service provider.
This equipment may not be used with
Party Lines. If you have specially wired
alarm dialing equipment connected
to your telephone line, ensure the
connection of this equipment does not
disable your alarm equipment. If you
have questions about what will disable
alarm equipment, consult your telephone
service provider or a qualified installer.
If this equipment is malfunctioning, it
must be unplugged from the modular jack
until the problem has been corrected.
Repairs to this telephone equipment can
only be made by the manufacturer or its
authorized agents. For repair procedures,
follow the instructions outlined under the
Limited warranty.
If this equipment is causing harm to
the telephone network, the telephone
service provider may temporarily
discontinue your telephone service. The
telephone service provider is required
to notify you before interrupting service.
If advance notice is not practical, you
will be notified as soon as possible. You
will be given the opportunity to correct
the problem and the telephone service
provider is required to inform you of
your right to file a complaint with the
FCC. Your telephone service provider
may make changes in its facilities,
equipment, operation, or procedures
that could affect the proper functioning
of this product. The telephone service
provider is required to notify you if such
changes are planned.
If this product is equipped with a corded
or cordless handset, it is hearing aid
compatible.
If this product has memory dialing
locations, you may choose to store
emergency telephone numbers (e.g.,
police, fire, medical) in these locations.
If you do store or test emergency
numbers, please:
Remain on the line and briefly explain
the reason for the call before hanging up.
Perform such activities in off-peak hours,
such as early morning or late evening.
Industry Canada
Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) this device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference
received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Privacy of communications may not be
ensured when using this phone.
The term ‘’IC:‘’ before the certification/
registration number only signifies
that the Industry Canada technical
specifications were met.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
for this terminal equipment is 0.1. The
REN is an indication of the maximum
number of devices 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 RENs
of all the devices does not exceed five.
This product meets the applicable
Industry Canada technical
specifications.
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California Energy
Commission battery
charging testing
instructions
This telephone meets the California Energy
Commission (CEC) regulations for energy
consumption. It is not necessary to activate
the energy conserving mode during normal
usage, unless you want to charge the battery
only and disable all telephone functions.
To activate the CEC battery charging
testing mode:
1.Unplug the telephone base power
adapter from the power outlet. Make sure
all handsets are plugged with charged
batteries before proceeding.
2.While you press and hold
/FIND HANDSET, plug the telephone base
power adapter back to the power outlet.
3.After about 20 seconds, when the
IN USE light starts flashing, release
/FIND HANDSET and then press it again
within 2 seconds.
The process takes up to one minute to
complete. When the phone successfully
enters the CEC battery charging testing
mode, the IN USE light turns off and all
handsets display To register HS... and
...see manual alternately.
When the phone fails to enter this mode,
repeat Step 1 through Step 3 above. The
telephone base will be powered up as
normal if you fail to press /FIND HANDSET
within 2 seconds in Step 3.
To deactivate the CEC battery charging
testing mode:
1.Unplug the telephone base power adapter
from the power outlet, and then plug
it back in. Then the telephone base is
powered up as normal.
2.Place the handset in the telephone base
to register it back. The handset displays
Registering....
NOTE
•
The handset shows Registered and you
hear a beep when the registration process
completes. The registration process takes
about 90 seconds to complete.
For C-UL compliance only
Mesures de sécurité
importantes
Afin de réduire les risques d’incendie,
de blessures corporelles ou
d’électrocution, suivez toujours ces
mesures préventives de base lorsque
vous utilisez votre téléphone :
1. Lisez et comprenez bien toutes les
instructions.
2. Observez toutes les instructions
et mises en garde inscrites sur
l’appareil.
3. Débranchez ce téléphone de la prise
murale avant de le nettoyer. N’utilisez
pas de nettoyeurs liquides ni en
aérosol. N’utilisez qu’un chiffon doux
et légèrement humecté.
4. N’utilisez pas ce produit près de l’eau,
tel que près d’un bain, d’un lavabo,
d’un évier de cuisine, d’un bac de
lavage ou d’une piscine, ou dans un
sous-sol humide ou sous la douche.
5. Ne déposez pas ce téléphone sur un
chariot, support ou table chancelants.
L’appareil pourrait tomber et être
sérieusement endommagé.
6. Le boîtier de l’appareil est doté de
fentes et d’ouvertures d’aération
situées à l’arrière ou en dessous.
Afin d’empêcher la surchauffe,
ces ouvertures ne doivent pas être
obstruées en plaçant l’appareil sur
un lit, divan, tapis ou autre surface
similaires. Ne placez pas cet
appareil à proximité d’un élément de
chauffage ni d’une plinthe électrique.
De plus, ne l’installez pas dans une
unité murale ou un cabinet fermé qui
ne possède pas d’aération adéquate.
7. Ne faites fonctionner cet appareil
qu’avec le type d’alimentation indiqué
sur les étiquettes de l’appareil. Si
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vous ne connaissez pas le voltage
de votre maison, consultez votre
marchand ou votre fournisseur
d’électricité.
8. Ne déposez rien sur le cordon
d’alimentation. Installez cet appareil
dans un endroit sécuritaire, là où
personne ne pourra trébucher sur
la ligne d’alimentation ni le cordon
téléphonique modulaire.
9. N’insérez jamais d’objets à travers
les fentes et ouvertures de cet
appareil, car ils pourraient toucher
à des points de tension dangereux
ou court-circuiter des pièces, ce qui
constituerait un risque d’incendie ou
d’électrocution. N’échappez pas de
liquides dans l’appareil.
10. Afin de réduire les risques
d’électrocution, ne démontez pas
l’appareil, mais apportez-le plutôt
à un centre de service qualifié s’il
doit être réparé. En enlevant le
couvercle, vous vous exposez à des
tensions dangereuses ou autres
dangers similaires. Un remontage
inadéquat peut être à l’origine d’une
électrocution lors d’une utilisation
ultérieure de l’appareil. Débranchez
l’appareil avant de procéder au
nettoyage. Utilisez un chiffon humide
et doux.
11. Ne surchargez pas les prises de
courant et les rallonges.
12. Débranchez cet appareil de la prise
de courant et communiquez avec le
département de service à la clientèle
de VTech dans les cas suivants:
• Lorsque le cordon d’alimentation
est endommagé ou écorché.
• Si du liquide a été échappé dans
l’appareil.
• Si l’appareil a été exposé à une
source d’humidité telle que la
pluie ou l’eau.
• Si le produit ne fonctionne pas
• normalement en respectant les
instructions de fonctionnement.
Réglez uniquement les
commandes indiquées dans le les
instructions de fonctionnement.
Les réglages incorrects des autres
commandes pourraient provoquer
un dommage qui pourrait exiger
un travail exhaustif de la part d’un
technicien autorisé afin de rétablir
le fonctionnement normal de
l’appareil.
• Si le produit a été échappé et que
le socle et/ou le combiné a été
endommagé.
• Si le produit affiche une nette
diminution de sa performance.
13. Évitez d’utiliser un téléphone (autre
qu’un sans fil) pendant un orage.
Les éclairs peuvent être à l’origine
d’une électrocution.
14. N’utilisez pas le téléphone pour
rapporter une fuite de gaz à
proximité de la fuite. En certaines
circonstances, une flammèche
pourrait être provoquée lorsque
l’adaptateur est branché à une
prise de courant, ou lorsque le
combiné est déposé sur le socle.
Ceci est un événement commun
associé à la fermeture d’un circuit
électrique. L’utilisateur ne devrait pas
brancher le téléphone à une prise de
courant, et ne devrait pas déposer
le combiné chargé sur le socle, si
le téléphone se trouve à proximité
d’un endroit comportant des
concentrations de gaz inflammables,
à moins que la ventilation soit
adéquate. Une flammèche dans
un tel endroit pourrait provoquer
un incendie ou une explosion.
De tels environnements peuvent
comprendre: des endroits où l’on
utilise de l’oxygène médical sans
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ventilation adéquate; des gaz
industriels (dissolvants de nettoyage,
des vapeurs d’essence, etc.); une
fuite de gaz naturel, etc.
15. Ne placez que le combiné de votre
téléphone près de votre oreille
lorsqu’en mode de conversation.
16. Ces adaptateurs ont été conçus pour
être orientés en position verticale
ou montés au sol. Les broches ne
sont pas conçues pour maintenir
l’adaptateur en place si celui-ci est
barnché dans une prise au plafond
ou sous une table/ armoire.
CONSERVEZ CES INSTRUCTIONS
Pile
• MISE EN GARDE : N’utilisez que la
pile incluse.
• Ne jetez pas la pile au feu. Vérifiez
les instructions spécifiques de mise
aux rebus auprès des autorités
locales.
• N’ouvrez pas et ne mutilez pas la
pile. L’électrolyte qui s’en échapperait
est corrosif et pourrait causer des
brûlures ou des blessures aux yeux
ou à la peau. L’électrolyte est toxique
si avalé.
• Soyez prudents lorsque vous
manipulez les piles afin d’éviter les
courts-circuits provoqués par des
matériaux conducteurs.
• Rechargez la pile incluse avec cet
appareil, selon les instructions et
limites spécifiées dans ce guide
d’utilisation.
Stimulateurs cardiaques implantés
dans l’organisme
Les simulateurs cardiaques (s’applique
uniquement aux téléphones numériques
sans fil):
L’organisme ‘Wireless Technology
Research, LLC (WTR)’, une firme
de recherche indépendante, a mené
une évaluation pluridisciplinaire des
interférences entre les téléphones
sans fil portatifs et les stimulateurs
cardiaques implantés dans l’organisme.
Appuyée par l’Administration des
aliments et drogues (FDA) des ÉtatsUnis, la firme WTR recommande aux
médecins:
Avis aux détenteurs de stimulateurs
cardiaques
• Ils doivent tenir le téléphone sans fil
à une distance d’au moins six pouces
du stimulateur cardiaque.
• Ils ne doivent PAS placer le téléphone
sans fil directement sur le stimulateur
cardiaque, tel que dans une poche
de chemise, lorsque celui-ci est en
marche.
• Ils doivent utiliser le téléphone sans
fil en l’appuyant sur l’oreille qui se
trouve dans la direction opposée au
stimulateur cardiaque.
L’étude effectuée par l’organisme WRS
n’a pas identifié de risque pour les
détenteurs de simulateurs cardiaques
causés par les gens qui utilisent un
téléphone sans fil à proximité de ceux-ci.
À propos des téléphones sans fil
• Alimentation électrique: Les mêmes
caractéristiques qui constituent
des avantages pour les téléphones
sans fil affichent également des
restrictions. Les appels téléphoniques
sont transmis entre le combiné sans
fil et le socle par le biais d’ondes
radio ; il y a donc la possibilité que
vos conversations téléphoniques
sans fil soient interceptées par
des équipements de réception
radio se trouvant dans la portée du
combiné sans fil. Pour cette raison,
vous ne devez pas percevoir les
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•
•
•
Limited Warranty
communications téléphoniques sans fil
comme étant aussi confidentielles.
Alimentation électrique: Le socle
de ce téléphone sans fil doit être
branché à une prise électrique
fonctionnelle. La prise électrique
ne doit pas être contrôlée par un
interrupteur mural. Les appels ne
pourront pas être effectués du
combiné sans fil si le socle est
débranché ou mis hors tension ou si
le courant est coupé.
Possibilité d’interférences aux
téléviseurs: Certains téléphones
sans fil fonctionnent sur des
fréquences pouvant causer des
interférences aux téléviseurs et aux
magnétoscopes. Pour réduire ou
prévenir de telles interférences, ne
placez pas le socle du téléphone
sans fil près ou sur un téléviseur ou
magnétoscope. S’il y a présence de
parasites, il est conseillé d’éloigner
le téléphone sans fil du téléviseur
ou du magnétoscope afin de réduire
possiblement les interférences.
Piles rechargeables: Manipulez
les piles avec soin afin de ne pas
les court-circuiter avec des bagues,
bracelets ou clés. Les piles ou le
conducteur peut surchauffer et
causer des blessures. Respectez la
polarité adéquate entre la pile et le
chargeur.
Les bloc-piles rechargeables à
l’hydrure métallique de nickel:
Jetez ces blocs-piles de manière
écologique et sécuritaire. Ne les
incinérez pas et ne les percez pas.
Tel que les autres piles de ce type,
elles pourraient dégager une matière
toxique qui peut causer des blessures
corporelles si elles sont brûlées ou
percées.
What does this limited warranty
cover?
The manufacturer of this VTech Product
warrants to the holder of a valid proof of
purchase (“Consumer” or “you”) that the
Product and all accessories provided
in the sales package (“Product”)
are free from defects in material and
workmanship, pursuant to the following
terms and conditions, when installed
and used normally and in accordance
with the Product operating instructions.
This limited warranty extends only to the
Consumer for Products purchased and
used in the United States of America
and Canada.
What will VTech do if the Product is
not free from defects in materials
and workmanship during the
limited warranty period (“Materially
Defective Product”)?
During the limited warranty period,
VTech’s authorized service
representative will repair or replace
at VTech’s option, without charge, a
Materially Defective Product. If we
repair the Product, we may use new or
refurbished replacement parts. If we
choose to replace the Product, we may
replace it with a new or refurbished
Product of the same or similar design.
We will retain defective parts, modules,
or equipment. Repair or replacement of
the Product, at VTech’s option, is your
exclusive remedy. VTech will return the
repaired or replacement Products to
you in working condition. You should
expect the repair or replacement to take
approximately 30 days.
How long is the limited warranty
period?
The limited warranty period for the
Product extends for ONE (1) YEAR from
the date of purchase. If VTech repairs or
replaces a Materially Defective Product
under the terms of this limited warranty,
this limited warranty also applies to
the repaired or replacement Product
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for a period of either (a) 90 days from
the date the repaired or replacement
Product is shipped to you or (b) the
time remaining on the original one-year
warranty; whichever is longer.
What is not covered by this limited
warranty?
This limited warranty does not cover:
1. Product that has been subjected
to misuse, accident, shipping or
other physical damage, improper
installation, abnormal operation or
handling, neglect, inundation, fire,
water or other liquid intrusion; or
2. Product that has been damaged due
to repair, alteration or modification
by anyone other than an authorized
service representative of VTech; or
3. Product to the extent that the
problem experienced is caused by
signal conditions, network reliability,
or cable or antenna systems; or
4. Product to the extent that the
problem is caused by use with nonVTech accessories; or
5. Product whose warranty/quality
stickers, product serial number plates
or electronic serial numbers have
been removed, altered or rendered
illegible; or
6. Product purchased, used, serviced,
or shipped for repair from outside the
United States of America or Canada,
or used for commercial or institutional
purposes (including but not limited to
Products used for rental purposes);
or
7. Product returned without a valid proof
of purchase (see item 2 on the next
page); or
8. Charges for installation or set up,
adjustment of customer controls,
and installation or repair of systems
outside the unit.
How do you get warranty service?
To obtain warranty service in the United
States of America, please visit our
website at www.vtechphones.com or
call 1 (800) 595-9511. In Canada, go to
www.vtechcanada.com or dial
1 (800) 267-7377.
NOTE: Before calling for service, please
review the user’s manual - a check of
the Product’s controls and features may
save you a service call.
Except as provided by applicable law,
you assume the risk of loss or damage
during transit and transportation and
are responsible for delivery or handling
charges incurred in the transport of
the Product(s) to the service location.
VTech will return repaired or replaced
Product under this limited warranty.
Transportation, delivery or handling
charges are prepaid. VTech assumes no
risk for damage or loss of the Product
in transit. If the Product failure is not
covered by this limited warranty, or proof
of purchase does not meet the terms of
this limited warranty, VTech will notify
you and will request that you authorize
the cost of repair prior to any further
repair activity. You must pay for the
cost of repair and return shipping costs
for the repair of Products that are not
covered by this limited warranty.
What must you return with the
Product to get warranty service?
1. Return the entire original package
and contents including the Product to
the VTech service location along with
a description of the malfunction or
difficulty; and
2. Include a “valid proof of purchase”
(sales receipt) identifying the Product
purchased (Product model) and the
date of purchase or receipt; and
3. Provide your name, complete
and correct mailing address, and
telephone number.
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Technical Specifications
Other limitations
This warranty is the complete and
exclusive agreement between you
and VTech. It supersedes all other
written or oral communications related
to this Product. VTech provides no
other warranties for this Product. The
warranty exclusively describes all of
VTech’s responsibilities regarding the
Product. There are no other express
warranties. No one is authorized to
make modifications to this limited
warranty and you should not rely on any
such modification.
State/Provincial Law Rights: This
warranty gives you specific legal
rights, and you may also have other
rights, which vary from state to state or
province to province.
Limitations: Implied warranties,
including those of fitness for a particular
purpose and merchantability (an
unwritten warranty that the Product is
fit for ordinary use) are limited to one
year from the date of purchase. Some
states/provinces do not allow limitations
on how long an implied warranty lasts,
so the above limitation may not apply to
you. In no event shall VTech be liable
for any indirect, special, incidental,
consequential, or similar damages
(including, but not limited to lost profits
or revenue, inability to use the Product
or other associated equipment, the cost
of substitute equipment, and claims by
third parties) resulting from the use of
this Product. Some states/provinces do
not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages,
so the above limitation or exclusion may
not apply to you.
Frequency
control
Crystal controlled PLL
synthesizer
Transmit
frequency
Handset:
1921.536-1928.448 MHz
Telephone base:
1921.536-1928.448 MHz
Channels
5
Nominal
effective
range
Maximum power allowed
by FCC and IC. Actual
operating range may vary
according to environment
conditions at the time of
use.
Power
Handset: 2.4V Ni-MH
requirements battery
Telephone base:
6V DC @ 400mA
Charger: 6V AC @ 300mA
Memory
Please retain your original sales
receipt as proof of purchase.
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Handset directory:
50 memory locations;
up to 30 digits and
15 characters
Handset caller ID log:
50 memory locations; up
to 24 digits and
15 characters
Designed to fit your home.
And your life.
VTech Communications, Inc.
A member of THE VTECH GROUP OF COMPANIES.
VTech is a registered trademark of VTech Holdings Limited.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Copyright © 2014 for VTech Communications, Inc.
All rights reserved. 09/14. CS6729-X_WEBCIB_V4.0
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