Uniden EXP2900 Technical information

Welcome
The Uniden EXP2900 Series 900 MHz cordless phones are designed and engineered to exacting
standards for reliability, long life, and outstanding performance.
Note: S o m e i l l u s t r a t i o n s i n t h i s m a n u a l m a y d i f f e r f r o m t h e a c t u a l u n i t f o r
explanation purpose.
Features
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900 MHz Extended Range Technology
3 One-Touch Priority Keys
7 Hour Talk Time/14 Day Standby Time
10 Number Memor y Dialing
30 Channel Autoscan
32 Digit Redial
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AutoStandbyTM
AutoTalk TM
Handset Earpiece and Ringer Volume Control
Hearing Aid Compatible
Page/Find
Tone/Pulse Dialing
The EXP2900 Series features include AutoTalk TM and A u t o S t a n d b y TM. AutoTalk allows you to
answer a call by just removing the handset from the base so you don’t have to waste time
pushing buttons or flipping switches. AutoStandby allows you to hang up by simply
returning the handset to the base.
The U l t r a C l e a r P l u s TM true compander circuitr y vir tually eliminates background noise. This
innovative technology, together with 30 dif ferent channels, provides you with the best
possible reception during all your conversations.
To protect you against misbilled calls which might result from your phone being activated
by other equipment, the EXP2900 Series has R a n d o m C o d e TM digital security which
automatically selects one of over 65,000 digital security codes for the handset and base.
Also, the A u t o S e c u r e TM feature electronically locks your phone when the handset is in the base.
Be sure to visit our web site: www.uniden.com
Uniden® is a registered trademark of Uniden America Corporation.
AutoTalk, AutoStandby, UltraClear Plus, Random Code, and AutoSecure are trademarks of Uniden America Corporation.
Contents
Welcome/Features
Controls and Functions
Memory Dialing
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Getting Started
Checking the Package Contents
Setting up the Phone
Mounting the Base Unit on a Wall
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Basics
Making and Receiving Calls
Terminology
Adjusting Ringer and Earpiece Volume
Redial
Tone Dialing Switch-over
Traveling Out-of-Range
Selecting a Dif ferent Channel
Page
Flash and Call Waiting
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Storing a Phone Number in Memory
Dialing a Stored Number
Chain Dialing
Erasing a Stored Number from Memory
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Additional Information
Changing the Digital Security Code
Note on Power Sources
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
General Information
Technical Information
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Controls and Functions
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Handset earpiece
Talk/batt LED
Talk key
* /tone key
Redial key
Pause key
One-Touch Priority
(m1, m2, and m3) keys
Handset microphone and ringer speaker
Memor y (m) key
Flash key
Handset ringer tone and earpiece
volume key
Channel (chan) key
Handset charging contacts
Handset retainer clip
Status LED
Page/f ind key
G E T T I N G S TA R T E D
Checking the Package Contents
Make sure you have received the following items in the package. If any of these items
are missing or damaged, contact the Uniden Parts Department (see below).
• Base unit
• Telephone cord
• Handset
• AC adapter
• Rechargeable
battery
Also included:
• This Owner’s Manual
• Precautions and Impor tant Safety
Instructions/Warranty Information
Uniden Parts Department at (800) 554-3988
Hours: M-F 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST. We can also be
reached on the web at www.uniden.com
G E T T I N G S TA R T E D
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Setting up the Phone
Do the following steps:
A. Choose the best location
B. Install the battery pack
C. Connect the base unit
D. Choose the dialing mode
A. Choose the best location
Before choosing a location for your new phone, read the INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
included in the PRECAUTIONS AND IMPORTANT SAFET Y INSTRUCTIONS brochure. Here are
some important guidelines you should consider:
Avoid heat sources, such as
radiators, air ducts, and sunlight
Avoid television sets and
other electronic equipment
Avoid noise sources such as a window by
a street with heavy traffic
Avoid microwave ovens
Avoid excessive moisture,
extremely low temperatures,
dust, mechanical vibration, or shock
Choose a central location
Avoid personal computers
Avoid other cordless telephones
• The location should be close to both a phone jack and a continuous power outlet
which is not switchable.
• Keep the base and handset away from sources of electrical noise such as motors,
microwave ovens, and fluorescent lighting.
• Be sure there is suf ficient space to raise the base antenna to a ver tical position.
• The base can be placed on a desk, tabletop, or mounted on a standard wall plate.
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G E T T I N G S TA R T E D
Charge the battery pack for at least 12-15 hours before plugging
the phone line into your phone.
1) Press in on the batter y cover release and slide the cover
down until it comes of f.
2) Connect the batter y pack connector observing correct
polarity (black and red wires) to the jack inside the batter y
compar tment.
Use only the Uniden
battery (BT-905)
supplied with your
phone. Replacement
batteries are also
available through the
Uniden Parts
Department
(see page 3).
Do not exer t any force on this connection. It could cause
damage to the batter y or handset. The plastic connector
will f it together only one way. Once you are cer tain that
you have made a good connection, then inser t the batter y
pack into the batter y compar tment. Do not pinch the wires.
3) Securely close the batter y compar tment cover by sliding it
up until it snaps into place.
4) Place the handset on the base.
G E T T I N G S TA R T E D
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G E T T I N G S TA R T E D
B. Install the battery pack
Battery use time (per charge)
From fully charged
• Seven hours continuous use
• Four teen days when the handset is in the standby mode
Low Battery Alert
• Even when the
battery pack is not
being used, it will
gradually discharge
over a long period of
time. For optimum
performance, be sure
to return the handset
to the base unit after
each telephone call .
• If you must replace
the battery pack
during a telephone
call, complete the
replacement within
30 seconds, and you
can return to the
original call.
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When the batter y pack is ver y low and needs to be charged, the phone is
programmed to eliminate functions in order to save power. If the phone is not in
use, the t a l k / b a t t LED flashes when the batter y pack is low.
If the phone is in use, the t a l k / b a t t LED flashes and the handset beeps. Complete
your conversation as quickly as possible and return the handset to the base for
charging.
The last number dialed in the redial memor y and the numbers stored in the
memor y locations are retained for up to 1 minute while you replace the
batter y pack.
Cleaning the Battery Charging Contacts
To maintain a good charge, it is important to clean the
battery contacts on the handset and base unit with a dry
cloth or a pencil eraser about once a month.
Do not use any liquids or solvents.
G E T T I N G S TA R T E D
1) Connect the AC adapter to the DC IN 9V jack
and a standard 120V AC wall outlet.
2) Set the base on a desk or tabletop, and place
the handset on the base unit as shown. (For
wall mounting, see "Mounting the Base Unit
on a Wall", on page 9.)
3) Then raise the antenna to a ver tical position.
Place the power cord so
that it does not create a
trip hazard or where it
could become chafed
and create a fire or
electrical hazard.
4) Make sure the s t a t u s LED lights. If the LED does not
light, check to see that the AC adapter is plugged in
and the handset makes good contact with the base
charging contacts.
•Use only the supplied AD-310 AC adapter. Do not
use any other AC adapter.
•Connect the AC adapter to a continuous
power supply.
•Place the base unit close to the AC outlet so that
you can unplug the AC adapter easily.
The handset can be
placed face up or face
down in the base for
charging.
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G E T T I N G S TA R T E D
C. Connect the base unit
Af ter installing the batter y pack in the handset, charge your handset at least
1 2 - 1 5 h o u r s b e f o r e p l u g g i n g i n t o t h e p h o n e l i n e . Once the handset batter y pack is
fully charged, connect the telephone line cord to the base and telephone wall outlet.
5) Connect the telephone line cord to the TEL LINE
jack and a telephone outlet once the handset is
fully charged.
If your telephone outlet isn’t
modular, contact your telephone
company for assistance.
Modular
D. Choose the dialing mode
Most phone systems use tone dialing which sends DTMF tones through the phone lines.
However some phone systems still use pulse dialing such as in rural areas. The default
setting is tone dialing. Depending on your dialing system, set the mode as follows:
Make sure your battery
pack is fully charged
before choosing the dial
mode.
1) Press and hold f l a s h until you hear a conf irmation tone.
2) To set the dial mode for pulse dialing, press # .
Or to set the dial mode for tone dialing, press / tone .
A conf irmation tone sounds to indicate the setting is complete.
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• If you are not sure of your dialing system, set for tone dialing. Make a trial call.
If the call connects, leave the setting as is, otherwise set for pulse dialing.
• If your phone dialing system requires pulse dialing and you need to send DTMF
tones for cer tain situations during a call, you may "switch-over" to tone dialing.
(Refer to "Tone Dialing Switch-over" on page 13.)
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G E T T I N G S TA R T E D
G E T T I N G S TA R T E D
Mounting the Base Unit on a Wall
Setting the handset retainer clip for wall mounting
1) On the base unit, pull the handset retainer clip out of the
slot and rotate it clockwise 180 degrees.
2) Flip the retainer clip from front to back. Slide it back into
the slot so that the lip of the retainer is up and the ▼ is
down. The retainer holds the handset in place.
Standard wall plate mounting
This phone can be mounted on any standard wall plate.
1) Plug the AC adapter into the DC IN 9V jack.
2) Wrap the AC adapter cord inside the molded wiring
channel as shown.
DO NOT use an outlet
controlled by a wall
switch.
3) Plug the AC adapter into a standard 120V AC wall outlet.
4) Place the handset on the base unit and charge for
12-15 hours.
5) Plug the telephone line cord into the TEL LINE jack. Wrap
the cord inside the molded wiring channel as shown.
6) Plug the telephone line cord into the telephone outlet.
G E T T I N G S TA R T E D
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7) Raise the antenna to a ver tical position.
8) Align the mounting slots on the base with the mounting posts on the wall. Then
push in and down until the phone is f irmly seated.
Direct wall mounting
If you don’t have a standard wall plate, you can mount your phone directly to the
wall. Before doing this, consider the following:
• Avoid electrical cables, pipes, or other items behind the mounting location that
could cause a hazard when inser ting screws into the wall.
• Tr y to mount your phone within 5 feet of a working phone jack to avoid excessive
lengths.
• Make sure the wall material is capable of suppor ting the weight of the base
and handset.
• Use #10 screws (minimum length of 1-3/8 inches) with anchoring devices suitable
for the wall material where the base unit will be placed.
1) Inser t two mounting screws into the wall, (with their
appropriate anchoring device), 3-15/16 inches apar t. Allow
about 1/8 of an inch between the wall and screw heads for
mounting the phone.
2) Set the retainer clip if necessar y.
3) Refer to steps 1 through 8 on pages 9 and 10 to mount
the telephone.
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G E T T I N G S TA R T E D
Making and Receiving Calls
To make
a call
To hang up
To redial
Handset
Off Base
When the phone rings, remove
the handset from the base.
(AutoTalk)
Press talk .
1) Remove the handset from the
base and press talk .
2) The t a l k / b a t t LED flashes.
3) Listen for the dial tone.
4) Dial the number.
1) Pick up the handset and
press talk .
2) The t a l k / b a t t LED flashes.
3) Listen for the dial tone.
4) Dial the number.
Return the handset to the base.
(AutoStandby)
Press talk .
1) Remove the handset from the
base and press talk .
2) Listen for the dial tone.
3) Press r e d i a l to dial the last
number dialed.
1) Pick up the handset and
press talk .
2) Listen for the dial tone.
3) Press r e d i a l to dial the last
number dialed.
BASICS
To answer
a call
Handset
On Base
BASICS
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Terminology
Throughout this manual, terms such as Standby and Talk Mode are used. Below is the
terminology explanation.
• Standby Mode -The handset is not in use, of f the base, and talk has not been
pressed. A dial tone is not present.
• Talk Mode -The handset is of f the base and talk has been pressed enabling a
dial tone.
Adjusting the Ringer and Earpiece Volume
Ringer tone and volume
When the phone is in standby mode, pressing the v o l u m e key on the handset selects
the handset ringer volume and tone. There are two ringer tones each with two
volume levels. Continue pressing the v o l u m e key to listen to all tones and volume
levels. The phone keeps the last ringer tone and volume setting selected.
Earpiece volume
The handset earpiece volume settings (Normal, High and Loud) can only be adjusted
during a call. Press v o l u m e repeatedly to select Normal, High or Loud. When you
hang up, the phone keeps the last volume setting selected.
Redial
The r e d i a l key redials the last number dialed. The redialed number can be up to 32
digits long.
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BASICS
Tone Dialing Switch-over
Some telephone companies use equipment that require pulse
dialing (sometimes referred to as rotar y dialing). If you need
to enter tone dialing digits, you can switch-over to tone
dialing during the call. An example of this could be entering
your bank account number af ter you have called your bank. The
digits of your bank account can be sent using DTMF tones.
The tone feature only
applies when the dial
mode is set to pulse.
Initially make your call with the pulse dialing mode. Once your
call connects, press / tone . Enter the desired number (like in
the example above the bank account number). These digits will be sent as tone
dialing. This special number can be stored in a memor y location. This is referred to
as Chain Dialing (See page 17.). Once the call ends, the tone mode is canceled and
pulse dialing mode resumes.
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BASICS
Traveling Out-of-Range
During a call, as you begin to move your handset too far from your base unit, noise
increases. If you pass the range limits of the base unit, your call will terminate
within 30 seconds.
BASICS
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Selecting a Different Channel
If you encounter interference while using your phone, you can manually change the
phones channel for clear operation. Interference can come from appliances or other
phones in your home. This function works only when the phone is in use.
During the course of a conversation, if you hear static or noise which makes it
dif ficult to hear, press chan . The t a l k / b a t t LED flashes, indicating the phone is
changing to another channel. For more information on interference, refer to
"Technical Information" on page 23.
Page
To locate the handset (while it’s of f the base), press p a g e / f i n d on the base. The
handset beeps for 60 seconds.
If you press talk during
paging, the handset
will be placed in the
talk mode.
Paging is canceled when pressing any key, p a g e / f i n d on the base or return the
handset to the base.
Flash and Call Waiting
If you have "call waiting" service and a call waiting tone
sounds while you are on a call, press f l a s h to accept the
waiting call. There is a shor t pause, then you will hear the
new caller. To return to the original caller, press f l a s h again.
You must subscribe through your local telephone
company to receive Call Waiting Service.
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BASICS
Storing a Phone Number in Memory
Your EXP2900 Series phone has 10 memor y locations for
storing impor tant telephone numbers.
1) Remove the handset from the base.
2) Press m. The t a l k / b a t t LED flashes.
3) Enter the phone number, up to 16 digits. If a pause is
needed during the dialing sequence, press p a u s e to inser t a
pause. Each pause counts as a digit and represents a two
second delay in time between digits as they are sent.
4) Press m again.
5) Enter the memor y location (0-9) on the keypad. A tone
indicates that the number is stored. If you enter a number
in a location that has a previously stored number it will
overwrite the existing number without warning.
• The pause button
counts as one digit.
Pressing pause more
than once increases
the length of pause
between numbers.
• You have 20 seconds
after pressing m to
enter the number you
wish to store.
Otherwise, an error
tone will sound.
• You cannot store
numbers in m1, m2,
or m3. (See "Onetouch priority
dialing", on page 16.)
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M E M O RY D I A L I N G
MEMORY DIALING
Dialing a Stored Number
Using the memory location features
1) Press talk , then press m.
2) Enter the memor y location (0-9) on the keypad. The stored number
automatically dials.
If you select a memor y location that does not have a stored number, the
handset will beep rapidly and the phone will not dial.
One-touch priority dialing
Your phone is equipped with three "One-touch priority dial" keys
for instant dialing. You cannot store phone numbers directly
into m1 , m2, or m3 . They are only used to dial the phone
numbers stored into memory locations 1, 2, and 3. (See "Storing
a Phone Number in Memory," page 15.)
To instantly dial phone numbers stored in memory locations 1,
2, or 3, simply press m1 , m2 , or m3 . (There is no need to press
talk . The phone will automatically dial.)
If you press m1 , m2 , or m3 , and no phone number was stored in
memory locations 1, 2, or 3, the phone will beep rapidly but will
not dial.
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MEMORY DIALING
Chain Dialing
The 10 memor y locations on the handset are not limited to phone numbers. You may
want to store in memor y a group of numbers (up to 16 digits) that you need to enter
once your call connects. This is referred to as Chain Dialing.
An example of this is a bank account number. Once you have called your bank, when
you are prompted to enter the account number, simply press m and then the location
where the special number has been stored.
Store your special number in memor y as you would a phone number. (Refer to
"Storing a Phone Number in Memory" on page 15.)
Enter a "pause" in the sequence as necessary. A "pause" counts as one digit and
represents a two second delay in time between digits as they are sent.
Erasing a Stored Number from Memory
2) Press m twice.
3) Press the memor y location (0-9). A tone indicates that the stored number is
erased from memor y.
You cannot erase the
phone numbers by using
m1 , m2 , or m3 . These
are the numbers stored
in memory location 1, 2,
and 3.
MEMORY DIALING
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M E M O RY D I A L I N G
1) Remove the handset from the base unit.
Changing the Digital Security Code
If the handset battery
pack is completely
discharged or the battery
pack is removed, the
digital security code will
be lost. If this happens,
a new security code is set
automatically next time
the battery pack is
charged.
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The digital security code is an identif ication code used to connect the handset and
the base unit. Normally, setting the code is not necessar y.
The f irst time you charge your handset, the security code is automatically set. In the
rare situation that you suspect another cordless telephone is using the same security
code, you can change the code.
1) Place the handset on the base unit, and press p a g e / f i n d .
The handset beeps.
2)Remove the handset from the base unit.
3)Place the handset back on the base unit. A new random security code is set.
A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M AT I O N
Battery replacement and handling
When the operating time becomes short, even af ter a battery is
recharged, please replace the battery.
With normal usage, your battery should last about one year.
Please contact your place of purchase or the Uniden Parts
Department for a replacement battery.
Power Failure
During the period that the power is of f, you will not be able to
make or receive calls with the telephone.
RECYCLING NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES
NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES
MUST BE DISPOSED OF
PROPERLY.
Nickel-cadmium cells are used in the battery
pack. Please take your used nickel-cadmium
battery packs to a store that recycles nickelcadmium batteries.
Caution
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Use the specif ied batter y pack.
Do not remove the batter y from the handset to charge it.
Never throw the batter y into a f ire, disassemble it, or heat it.
Do not remove or damage the batter y casing.
Maintenance
When slightly dirty
Wipe with a sof t, dry cloth.
When very dirty
Wipe with a sof t cloth that has been dampened with diluted,
neutral detergent. Dry with a dry cloth.
When the charging terminals become dirty
Wipe with a dry cloth or a pencil eraser, if necessary.
Caution
Do not use paint thinner,
benzene, alcohol, or other
chemical products.
Doing so may discolor the
surface of the telephone and
damage the f inish.
A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M AT I O N
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ADDITIONAL
I N F O R M AT I O N
Note on Power Sources
Troubleshooting
If your phone is not performing to your expectations, please try these simple steps f irst.
Symptom
Suggestion
The s t a t u s LED won’t light
when the handset is placed in
the base.
• Make sure the AC adapter is plugged into the base and wall outlet.
• Make sure the handset is properly seated in the base.
• Make sure the charging contacts on the handset and base are clean.
The audio sounds weak and/or
scratchy.
• Make sure that the base antenna is in a vertical position.
• Move the handset and/or base to a different location away from metal
objects or appliances and try again.
• Press chan to help eliminate background noise.
• Make sure that the handset is not too far from the base.
Can’t make or receive calls.
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Check both ends of the base telephone line cord.
Make sure the AC adapter is plugged into the base and wall outlet.
Disconnect the AC adapter for a few minutes, then reconnect it.
Reset the digital security code (See page 18).
Make sure that the handset is not too far from the base.
A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M AT I O N
Suggestion
The handset doesn’t ring or
receive a page.
• The battery pack may be weak. Charge the battery on the base unit for
12-15 hours.
• The handset may be too far away from the base unit.
• Place the base unit away from appliances or metal objects.
• Reset the digital security code (See page 18).
Severe noise interference.
• Keep the handset away from microwave ovens, computers, remote
control toys, wireless microphones, alarm systems, intercoms, room
monitors, fluorescent lights, and electrical appliances.
• Move to another location or turn off the source of interference.
If you still have a problem.
• Call our customer hot line at 1-800-297-1023.
A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M AT I O N
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ADDITIONAL
I N F O R M AT I O N
Symptom
General Information
The phone complies with FCC Parts 15 and 68.
Operating temperature: 0° to 50°C (+32°F to +122°F)
AC Adapter Information
AC Adapter part number:
Input Voltage:
Output Voltage:
AD-310
120V AC 60Hz
9V DC 210 mA
Battery Information
Battery part number:
BT-905
Capacity:
600 mAH, 3.6V
Battery use time (per charge)
From fully charged
Talk mode duration:
7 hours
Standby mode duration: 14 days
If the handset is lef t of f of the base, the actual Talk mode duration will be reduced respective to
the amount of time the handset is of f the base.
Recharge your phone on a regular basis by returning the handset to the base af ter each phone call. When the
operating time becomes short, even af ter the battery is recharged, please replace the battery. With normal
usage, the battery should last about one year.
Replacement batteries may be purchased at your local Uniden dealer or by contacting the Uniden Parts
Department (800) 554-3988. Hours are from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday. We
can also be reached on the web at www.uniden.com
Specif ications, features, and availability of optional accessories are all subject to change without prior notice.
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A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M AT I O N
Technical Information
The FCC wants you to know!
Changes or modif ications to this product not
expressly approved by Uniden, or operation of this
product in any way other than as detailed by the
owner's manual, could void your authority to operate
this product. The equipment cannot be used on
public coin phone service provided by the telephone
company. Connection to party line service is subject
to state tariffs. (Contact the state public utility
commission, public service commission or
corporation commission for information.)
Below is some information that might concern you
while using your new phone.
Range
Your new phone is designed to achieve the maximum
possible range by transmitting and receiving
according to the highest specif ications set forth by
the FCC. We have rated this phone to operate at a
maximum distance with the qualif ication that the
range depends upon the environment in which the
telephone is used. Many factors limit range, and it
would be impossible to include all the variables in
our rating. The Maximum Range rating of this phone
is meant to be used as a means of comparison
against other range claims.
Telephone Line Problems
The FCC has granted the telephone company the
right to disconnect service in the event that your
phone causes problems on the telephone line. Also,
the telephone company may make changes in
facilities and services which may affect the
operation of your unit. However, your telephone
company must give adequate notice in writing prior
to such actions to allow you time for making
necessary arrangements to continue uninterrupted
service.
If you are having trouble with your telephone
service, you must f irst disconnect your phone to
determine if it is the cause of your problem. If you
determine that it is the cause, you must leave it
disconnected until the trouble has been corrected.
Radio Interference
Radio interference may occasionally cause buzzing
and humming in your cordless handset, or clicking
noises in the base. This interference is caused by
external sources such as TV, refrigerator, vacuum
cleaner, fluorescent lighting, or electrical storm.
Your unit is NOT DEFECTIVE. If these noises continue
and are too distracting, please check around your
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home to see what appliances may be causing the
problem. In addition, we recommend that the base
not be plugged into a circuit that also powers a
major appliance because of the potential for
interference. Be certain that rise the antenna to a
vertical position when needed.
In the unlikely event that you consistently hear
other voices or distracting transmissions on your
phone, you may be receiving radio signals from
another cordless telephone or other source of
interference. If you cannot eliminate this type of
interference, you need to change to a different
channel.
Finally, it should be noted that some cordless
telephones operate at frequencies that may cause
interference to nearby TVs and VCRs. To minimize
or prevent such interference, the base of the
cordless telephone should not be placed near or on
top of a TV or VCR. If interference is experienced,
moving the cordless telephone farther away from
the TV or VCR will of ten reduce or eliminate the
interference.
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More Than One Cordless Telephone
If you want to use more than one cordless telephone
in your home, they must operate on different
channels. Press the channel key to select a channel
that provides the clearest communication.
Cordless Telephone Privacy
Cordless telephones are radio devices.
Communications between the handset and base of
your cordless telephone are accomplished by means
of radio waves which are broadcasted over the open
airways. Because of the inherent physical properties
of radio waves, your communications can be received
by radio receiving devices other than your own
cordless telephone unit. Consequently, any
communications using your cordless telephone may
not be private.
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