TH-014DX ENG IM
Digital Cordless Telephone
User Manual
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Summary
Getting started
Important
Installing the telephone base
Operating range of the handset
Signal strength
Installing and charging the batteries
Low battery warning
Battery performance
Package contents
Presentation of your telephone system
Handset
Telephone base
LCD screen of the handset
Using the telephone
Switching on the handset
Dialing an external call
Answering a call
Ending a call
Using the menu
Adjusting the volume of the receiver
Putting a call on hold
Deactivating the handset ringer
Redialing a number
Saving a redial number to the phonebook
Deleting a number from the redial list
Deleting all numbers from the redial list
Key lock
Dialing an internal call (for multi-handset models only)
Transferring an external call to another handset
Conference mode
Phonebook
Adding a new contact
Editing a contact
Viewing a contact
Deleting a contact
Deleting all contacts in the phonebook
Call log
Displaying the call log
Saving a call log entry onto the phonebook
Deleting an entry from the call log
Deleting all entries from the call log
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Clock and alarm
Setting the date and time
Changing the time format
Alarm clock function
Settings
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Seting the handset:
Selecting the ringtone
Adjusting the ringer volume
Setting the key tone
Selecting the language
Changing the handset name
Enabling/disabling auto answer
Setting the telephone base:
Selecting the ringtone
Adjusting the ringer volume
Changing the PIN code
Registering a handset
De-registering a handset
Restoring factory settings
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Eco Mode
Troubleshooting
Declaration of conformity
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Getting started
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury, always observe the following basic
precautions when using your telephone:
This appliance is intended for indoor use only.
Observe all markings on the product.
Do not expose your telephone to moisture and avoid contact with liquids.
To prevent electric shock, do not disassemble the handset or the telephone base.
Avoid interposing any metal objects (clip, key, etc.) between the battery contacts and charging
contacts.
Your telephone may have a slight chance of being damaged by lightning. Unplug the telephone
base from the mains and disconnect the telephone line during a thunderstorm.
Do not use the telephone in the vicinity of a gas leak.
Do not use the handset near any intensive care medical equipment. People with pacemakers
should consult their doctor or cardiologist before using this telephone.
Clean your telephone with a dry, soft, lint-free cloth. Do not use any cleaning agents or solvents,
especially aggressive ones.
Exchanges between the telephone base and handset being carried out by radio signals, wearers
of hearing aids may be bothered by a small buzz.
Your telephone may interfere with other electrical appliances such as answering machine,
television, radio, clock radio or computer when it is sufficiently close to such equipment. To avoid
this, place the telephone base at least one meter away from other electrical appliances.
We do not guarantee privacy of communications through your telephone.
The receiver of the handset may attract small metal objects (staples, pins, etc). Be careful when
placing the handset near these items.
Your telephone does not work in case of power failure and by consequence cannot be used for
emergency calls. To avoid such inconvenience, always keep a traditional corded telephone in
your home.
To prevent electric shock, do not use your telephone during a thunderstorm. Refer to the
information printed on your telephone directory.
You can connect this product to a PSTN telephone line or an analog PBX extension port.
Warning: Connecting this telephone to a digital PBX extension port may cause damage.
Install your telephone close to an easily accessible electrical outlet.
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this may cause a fire or electric shock.
To eliminate any voltage within the telephone, unplug the power cord from the mains.
If the telephone will not be used for a long period of time, unplug the adapter to save power.
If the power cord of the adapter is damaged, do not try to replace or repair it. Discard the adapter.
Observe the polarity indicated while installing the batteries.
It is dangerous to use other battery types or non-rechargeable batteries: they can cause
interference and/or damage to the product. The manufacturer shall not be liable for any damages
caused by such non-compliance.
Do not use a charger other than the one supplied with the telephone; otherwise the batteries can
be damaged.
Do not immerse a battery in water and do not throw it in a fire.
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
CAUTION
Only use the telephone base with the supplied power adapter.
Failure to observe the correct polarity or voltage of the adapter may cause damage to the
telephone base.
Telephone base adapter: IA5060G
Input: 100-240V ~50Hz 200mA
Output: DC 6V 500mA
• Install your telephone close to an easily accessible electrical outlet.
• To power off the telephone, unplug the power cord from the mains.
• This appliance is intended for indoor use only.
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Installing the telephone base
Given the length of the cables, you must install the telephone base within two meters of an
electrical outlet and a telephone wall jack. The telephone base should also be placed at least one
meter away from other electrical appliances in order to avoid interference. The handset exchanges
radio signals with the telephone base. The strength of these signals depends on the position of the
base. You may obtain a stronger signal by placing the base higher.
Operating range of the handset
The operating range of your telephone is 300 meters outdoors without obstructions between
the telephone base and handset. Obstructions reduce the operating range. When the
telephone base is located indoors, no matter whether the handset is indoors or outdoors, the
operating range is reduced to 50 meters. Thick concrete walls reduce the operating range
significantly.
Signal strength
When the handset is within the operating range of the telephone base, the
icon appears on the
screen. When the handset is out of range,
flashes, SEARCH and then OUT OF RANGE
appear on the screen. In this case, get closer to the telephone base.
Installing and charging the batteries
1. Insert the connector of the supplied adapter into the adapter jack on the back of the telephone
base and then plug it into an electrical outlet.
Telephone
Line Jack
Adapter Jack
2. Plug the telephone line cord into the telephone line jack on the back of the telephone base and
then connect it to a telephone wall jack.
Note: The extension model does not have telephone line jack. You should register the handset
to another DECT telephone. (MENU ADVANCED SET REGISTER)
3. Insert the rechargeable Ni-MH batteries supplied into the handset by following the indicated
polarity. Close the battery compartment.
4. Place the handset on the telephone base and let the batteries charge for 24 hours before using
it for the first time.
Low battery warning
The
icon prompts you to recharge the batteries before continuing to use the telephone.
During charging, the battery indicator flashes
on the handset screen.
Battery performance
When fully charged, the batteries offer approximately 10 hours of talk time and 100 hours of
standby time under ideal conditions. Please note that new batteries reach their full capacity after
several days of normal use.
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The battery capacity decreases over time, reducing the talk time and standby time. Replace the
batteries if necessary.
The batteries and the handset become hot during charging. This is normal.
Tip
When you are not using your handset, place it on the charger instead of elsewhere so that
you can always have fully charged battery.
WARNING
DO NOT USE STANDARD OR ALKALINE BATTERIES. THEY MAY EXPLODE AND CAUSE
INJURY. ONLY USE RECHARGEABLE NI-MH BATTERIES AS INDICATED IN THIS USER
MANUAL.
 Risk of explosion if you use incompatible batteries.
 Never use non-rechargeable batteries. Use only batteries that are identical to the one supplied
with your telephone.
 Never use alkaline or lithium batteries.
 Do not throw a battery into a fire. This could result in explosion.
 Do not open or damage the batteries. Electrolyte is corrosive and can cause irritation to eyes
and skin. It is also toxic and must not be swallowed.
 If you must handle the batteries, avoid them from coming into contact with metal objects. This
may cause short circuits or overheating and you may burn yourself.
 Do not attempt to recharge the batteries by heating. The battery electrolyte may leak and
irritate your eyes or skin.
 Observe the polarity indicated. Reversing the polarity of the batteries may result in electrolyte
leakage or even explosion.
 Remove the batteries if you do not intend to use your phone for several months.
 Only use the supplied telephone base for charging the product; otherwise the batteries can be
damaged.
 Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions of your local authorities.
Warning: Danger of explosion if batteries are incorrectly installed.
Use only Ni-MH batteries. The autonomy for the handsets indicated is based on the original
capacity of the batteries.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions of your local authorities.
Package contents
The box of this phone model contains the following:
Telephone base
Cordless handset
AC adapter
Telephone cable
User manual
Rechargeable 1.2V Ni-MH battery (550mAh)
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Important:
YOU ARE USING A BROADBAND OR ADSL LINE
To ensure proper functioning of your telephone, you need to install a filter (not supplied) between
the telephone wall jack and the telephone base. Without this filter, you may experience
interference to the phone and loss of broadband signal. See the instructions accompanying the
filter in order to install it correctly.
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Presentation of your telephone system
Handset
1 RECEIVER
Press to access the main menu.
Press to make a selection on the menu or to
confirm the option displayed on the screen.
To access to the option displayed on the
screen.
2 MENU / CONFIRMATION
Press to access the main menu.
Press to make a selection on the menu or to
confirm the option displayed on the screen.
To access to the option displayed on the
screen.
3 TALK / HANDSFREE
Press to dial, to answer a call or use the
handsfree function.
4 PHONEBOOK
Press to open the phonebook.
5 DELETE / BACK / MUTE
Press to erase characters, return to standby
mode or previous menu.
During a call, press to activate or deactivate
the microphone.
To access to the option displayed on the
screen.
6 REDIAL LIST / UP
Press to access the redial list.
On the menu, press to move up.
During a call or while the phone rings, press
to increase the volume.
7 END / ON/OFF
During a call, press to end the call and return to standby mode
In menu/edit mode, press to return to standby mode.
In standby mode, press and hold to switch off the handset.
When the handset is switched off, press and hold to turn it on.
8 VOLUME
During a call or when the phone rings, press UP or DOWN to adjust the volume of the receiver or
ringer.
9 CALL LOG / DOWN
Press to access the call log.
On the menu, press to move down.
During a call or while the phone rings, press to decrease the volume.
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10 ALPHANUMERIC,
(ASTERISK), 0, # (HASH) KEYS
Press to enter number/character/ /#.
(ASTERISK) key in standby mode: long press to activate/deactivate the key lock.
0 Key: in predialing mode or while modifying number: long press to insert a pause.
# (HASH) key in standby mode: long press to activate/deactivate the ringer.
11 INTERCOM
In standby mode, press to select the intercom function.
12 MICROPHONE
13 FLASH KEY
Press the “R” key to use special functions provided by your telephone service provider such as call
waiting and call forwarding.
Telephone base
1 HANDSET LOCATOR
Press
on the telephone base in order to find where your handset is located. The handset will
ring for about 60 seconds.
Press
on the handset or
on the telephone base to stop the paging tone.
(Button not available on the extension model)
2 CHARGER
3 Battery charging indicator
4 Power indicator (lights in green) and operating indicator (flashes in green)
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LCD screen of the handset
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: Flashes to indicate an internal call.
It lights up to indicate an internal call is in progress.
: Handset name
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: Press the left button to open the MENU or confirm the displayed option.
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: Press the right button to return to the previous menu or cancel the current operation.
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: Press the right button to delete a character during input or to mute the microphone.
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: Handset number
The below icons may appear on the screen when you are using your telephone.
Icon
Description
Internal
Call
Indicates that intercom is in progress. (This function requires at least two
handsets)
Indicates that the phonebook is open.
Indicates that there are missed calls.
The icon lights up when the handset is within operating range of the base.
It flashes when it is not yet registered to the base or while it is out of the
operating range.
Flashes to indicate an incoming internal or external call
The icon lights up to indicate that a call is in progress.
Handsfree function in use
Indicates that the battery is fully charged.
Indicates that the battery is 2/3 charged.
Indicates that the battery is 1/3 charged.
Flashes when the battery needs recharging.
Indicates that the alarm clock is activated.
Indicates that the handset keypad is locked.
Indicates that the ringer is off.
Indicates that you may access more options by scrolling up or down.
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Using the telephone
Switching on the handset
When your handset is off, press and hold
until the screen turns on.
To switch off the handset, press and hold
until the screen turns off.
Dialing an external call
- Predialing
Enter a phone number and press
Press
in order to take the line and dial the number.
to erase the number
- Direct dialing
Press
to take the line and then enter the number.
- Dialing a call from the phonebook
Press
to open the phonebook then use <UP/DOWN> to select the desired contact you want to
call (if you have already input some contacts to the phonebook). Press
to dial the number.
- Dialing a call from the call log
Press the <Appels> (Call Log) button to access the call log then use <UP/DOWN> to select the
number you want to call (if the call log is not empty). Press
to dial the number.
- Dialing a call from the redial list
Press the <Bis> (Redial List) button to access the redial list then use <UP/DOWN> to select the
desired number you want to call (if the redial list is not empty). Press
to dial the number.
- Call Timer
Your handset automatically displays the total call duration after each call, in HH:MM:SS format.
Answering a call
If the handset is not on the charger when the phone rings, press
to answer the call.
If the Auto Answer feature is activated and the handset is on the charger or on the telephone base
when the phone rings, simply pick up the handset to answer the call.
Ending a call
To end a call, press
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OR
Place the handset on the telephone base or charger.
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Using the menu
All functions and settings can be accessed from the menu.
The available menu options are shown below:
PHONEBOOK
NEW ENTRY
VIEW ENTRY
EDIT ENTRY
DELETE ENTRY
DELETE ALL
CLOCK/ALARM
DATA/TIME
TIME FORMAT
ALARM
ALARM TONE
SETTINGS
HANDSET TONE
HANDSET NAME
LANGUAGE
AUTO ANSWER
BASE MELODY
ADVANCED SETTINGS
REGISTER
DE-REGISTER
PIN CODE
PHONE RESET
Adjusting the volume of the receiver
You can set the receiver volume from 1 to 5.
During a call:
Press <UP> to increase and <DOWN> to decrease the volume. The screen indicates the volume
level.
The volume will remain at the selected level until you change it again.
Putting a call on hold
You can mute the microphone so that the caller cannot hear what you say when you talk to
someone next to you.
During a call:
Press <MUTE> to deactivate the microphone (SECRET appears on the screen). The caller can no
longer hear you.
Press <MUTE> again to reactivate the microphone.
Deactivating the handset ringer
In standby mode, press and hold <#> to turn off the ringer. The
handset screen.
indicator appears on the
Redialing a number
The last 10 telephone numbers you dialed are stored on the redial list. For numbers already saved
on the phonebook, the contact’s name appears instead of the telephone number.
Redialing a call from the redial list
1. Press <UP> to access the redial list.
2. Press <DOWN/UP> to scroll through the redial list and select a number.
3. Press
to dial the number.
Saving a redial number to the phonebook
1. Perform steps 1 and 2 as indicated in “Redialing a number”.
2. Press <MENU>. Select SAVE by pressing <Menu>.
3. Enter the contact’s name then press <MENU> to confirm. If necessary, modify the phone
number then press <MENU> to confirm. Select a ringtone.
Note:
After entering the contact’s name, press <MENU> to display the phone number. Then press
<MENU> again to select a ringtone. Press <UP/DOWN> to scroll through the list of ringtones. You
must enter the name and then the phone number to save the contact in the phonebook.
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Deleting a number from the redial list
1. Perform steps 1 and 2 as indicated in “Redialing a number”.
2. Press <MENU> and then use <UP/DOWN> to select DELETE ENTRY.
3. Press <MENU> to confirm deletion.
Deleting all numbers from the redial list
1. Perform steps 1 and 2 as indicated in “Redialing a number”.
2. Press <MENU> and then use <UP/DOWN> to select DELETE ALL.
3. Press <MENU> to confirm deletion.
Key lock
You can lock the keypad of the handset to avoid accidentally pressing any key when you are not
using the handset.
1. To lock the keys: in standby mode, press and hold <*> until the
appear on the screen.
2. To unlock the keys: in standby mode, press and hold <*> until the
icon and KEYS LOCKED
icon turns off.
Dialing an internal call (for multi-handset models only)
This function is available only if you have registered at least two handsets.
It allows you to make free internal calls, transfer external calls from one handset to another and
use the conference mode.
Note: If only one handset is registered to the telephone base, when you press <Int>, the screen displays
UNAVAILABLE.
If two handsets are registered to the base, you are immediately connected to the second handset when you
press <Int>.
Dialing an internal call
1. Press <Int>. The list of registered handsets appears on the screen.
2. Press the handset number you want to talk to.
Note: Press the <*> key to call all the registered handsets.
3. The selected handset rings. As soon as someone presses <CALL>
can communicate with him/her.
on the handset, you
Transferring an external call to another handset
During a call:
1. Press <Int>
2. Press the desired handset number.
3. The external call is automatically put on hold and the selected handset rings.
4. The handset holder presses <CALL>
to answer the internal call.
5. Press <END>
on the calling handset to end the conversation with the external caller.
6. The external call is transferred to the handset you called.
Conference mode
The 3-party conference feature allows two handsets to communicate with an external caller. This
function does not require subscription to your telephone service provider.
During an external call:
1. Perform steps 1 to 4 as indicated in “Transferring an external call to another handset”.
2. Press and hold <*> to use the conference mode. The screen displays CONFERENCE. If one of
two handsets hangs up, the other remains in communication with the external caller.
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Phonebook
Your handset can save up to 50 contacts (names and phone numbers). Each contact can contain
up to 24 digits for the phone number and 12 characters for the name.
In phonebook display mode, the contacts appear in alphabetical order.
Adding a new contact
In standby mode:
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Press <Menu> and use <UP/DOWN> to select the option PHONEBOOK or press
Press <Menu> to select NEW ENTRY.
Press <Menu> to enter the name.
Press <Menu> to enter the number.
Press <Menu> to select the ringtone for the contact.
Press <Menu> to save this new contact to the phonebook.
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Editing a contact
Note: This is only possible when your phonebook contains at least one contact.
In standby mode:
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to access the phonebook.
Press <UP/DOWN> to select the desired contact.
Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select EDIT ENTRY.
Press <Menu>, modify the name and then press <Menu>.
Edit the number and then press <Menu>.
Change the ringtone and press <Menu> to save.
Viewing a contact
1. Press
to access the phonebook.
2. Press <UP/DOWN> to select the desired contact.
3. Press <#> to view the phone number and press <#> again to view the assigned ringtone.
OR
1. Press <MENU> to access the phonebook and confirm.
2. Press <UP/DOWN> to select the option VIEW ENTRY and confirm.
3. Press <UP/DOWN> to scroll through the entries.
Deleting a contact
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to access the phonebook.
Press <UP/DOWN> to select the desired contact.
Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select the option DELETE ENTRY.
Press <Menu> to confirm then press <Menu> again to reconfirm.
Deleting all contacts in the phonebook
1. Press
to access the phonebook.
2. Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select the option DELETE ALL.
3. Press <Menu > to confirm then press <Menu> again to reconfirm.
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Call log
You should first subscribe to the caller identification service from your telephone service provider
before accessing this feature from your telephone.
After you have subscribed to this service, when someone calls, the caller’s phone number is
displayed on the handset screen. If this number is saved in your phonebook, the contact name is
also shown. The 40 most recent calls received, along with the date and time called, are saved on
the call log.
If the caller has requested that his/her phone number not to be shown, “MASKED” appears on the
handset screen when the phone rings.
Displaying the call log
Answered calls and missed calls are recorded in the call log, from the most recent to the oldest.
When this list is full, the oldest call is deleted in order to save new calls. The icon
appears
when there is a missed call that you have not consulted on the call log.
1. Press <DOWN> (“Appels”) to access the call log.
2. Press <UP/DOWN> to select the desired entry.
If the name is displayed, press <#> to view the number. Then press <#> again to view the date and
time of the call.
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Saving a call log entry onto the phonebook
Press <DOWN> (“Appels”) to access the call log.
Press <UP/DOWN> to select the desired entry.
Press <Menu> and select SAVE.
Press <Menu> to enter the contact’s name.
Press <Menu> and the phone number is displayed. Edit if necessary.
Press <Menu> and <UP/DOWN> to select the ringtone.
Press <Menu> to confirm.
Deleting an entry from the call log
Press <DOWN> (“Appels”) to access the call log.
Press <UP/DOWN> to select the desired entry.
Press <Menu> and use <UP/DOWN> to select DELETE ENTRY.
Press <Menu> to confirm. Then press <Menu> again to reconfirm.
Deleting all entries from the call log
1. Press <DOWN> (“Appels”) to access the call log.
2. Press <Menu> and use <UP/DOWN> to select DELETE ALL.
3. Press <Menu> to confirm. Then press <Menu> again to reconfirm.
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Clock and alarm
You can change the time format and activate the alarm clock.
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Setting the date and time
Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select CLOCK/ALARM.
Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select DATE/TIME.
Press <Menu> then enter the date.
Press <Menu> then enter the time.
Press <Menu> to confirm.
Changing the time format
Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select CLOCK/ALARM.
Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select TIME FORMAT.
Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select the desired time format between 12H and 24H.
Press <Menu> to confirm.
Alarm clock function
You can use your handset as an alarm clock once or daily. This function is indicated by the
icon on the handset screen. When the alarm clock goes off, the alarm will sound for one minute.
Setting and activating the alarm clock
1. Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select CLOCK/ALARM.
2. Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select ALARM.
3. Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select the desired option: ONCE, DAILY or OFF.
4. Press <Menu> to enter the alarm time.
5. Press <Menu> to confirm.
Setting the alarm tone
1. Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select CLOCK/ALARM.
2. Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select ALARM TONE.
3. Press <Menu> then use <UP/DOWN> to select the desired melody.
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Settings
Setting the handset
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Selecting the ringtone
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select SETTINGS.
Press <MENU> and select HANDSET TONE.
Press <MENU> and select RING MELODY.
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select the desired ringtone (you can choose from 5
melodies).
5. Press <MENU> to confirm.
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Adjusting the ringer volume
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select SETTINGS.
Press <MENU> and select HANDSET TONE.
Press <MENU> and select RING VOLUME.
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select the desired volume (you can set ringer volume
from 1 to 5, or mute the ringer).
5. Press <MENU> to confirm.
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Setting the key tone
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select SETTINGS.
Press <MENU> and select HANDSET TONE.
Press <MENU> and select KEY TONES.
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select OFF to deactivate or ON to activate the key
tone.
5. Press <MENU> to confirm.
Selecting the language
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Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select SETTINGS.
Press <MENU> and select LANGUAGE.
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select the desired language.
Press <MENU> to confirm.
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Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select SETTINGS.
Press <MENU> and select HANDSET NAME.
Press <MENU> and enter the desired name.
Press <MENU> to confirm.
Changing the handset name
Note:
The handset name cannot exceed 10 characters.
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Enabling/disabling auto answer
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select SETTINGS.
Press <MENU> and select AUTO ANSWER.
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to OFF or ON.
Press <MENU> and enter the desired name.
Press <MENU> to confirm.
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Setting the telephone base
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Selecting the ringtone
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select SETTINGS.
Press <MENU> and select BASE MELODY.
Press <MENU> and select RING MELODY.
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select the desired ringtone (you can choose from 5
melodies).
5. Press <MENU> to confirm.
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Adjusting the ringer volume
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select SETTINGS.
Press <MENU> and select BASE MELODY.
Press <MENU> and select RING VOLUME.
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select the desired volume (you can set ringer volume
from 1 to 5, or mute the ringer).
5. Press <MENU> to confirm.
Changing the PIN code
The 4-digit PIN code is required for changing the settings and for registering/de-registering a
handset. The default PIN code is “0000”.
1. Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select ADVANCED SET.
2. Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select PIN CODE.
3. Press <MENU>. The telephone prompts you to enter the actual PIN code.
4. Enter the actual 4-digit PIN code.
5. Press <MENU> and enter your desired new PIN code.
6. Press <MENU> and reenter the same PIN code for confirmation.
7. Press <MENU> to confirm the new PIN code.
Registering a handset
The supplied handset is by default registered to the telephone base. You can register up to 5
handsets to a base.
If for some reason the handset is not registered to the base (the antenna icon on the screen
blinks), register it as follows:
1. Press and hold
on the telephone base for five seconds until you hear a beep. The
telephone base is now switched to registration mode.
2. On the handset, press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select ADVANCED SET.
3. Press <MENU> and select REGISTER.
4. Press <MENU> and enter you 4-digit PIN code.
5. Press <MENU> to confirm registration.
When the handset is registered to the base, you will hear a confirmation beep and the antenna
icon will stop flashing.
The first available handset number will be assigned to the newly registered handset. This number
will appear on the handset screen in standby mode.
De-registering a handset
This operation requires you to enter the 4-digit PIN. On the de-registered handset screen, the
antenna icon will flash and UNREGISTERED appears.
Note: Check the number of the handset to be de-registered.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select ADVANCED SET.
Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select DE-REGISTER.
Press <MENU>. The telephone prompts you to enter the PIN code.
Enter the 4-digit PIN code.
Press <MENU>. The list of all registered handsets appears on the screen.
Press the number of the handset to deregister it.
Restoring factory settings
You can restore the factory settings at any time. Caution! This will erase all your settings, the call
log and redial list, only your phonebook will be retained.
1. Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select ADVANCED SET.
2. Press <MENU> then use <UP/DOWN> to select PHONE RESET.
3. Press <MENU> then press <MENU> again to confirm.
Eco Mode
This feature saves power consumption and reduces radio waves emission.
The indoors and outdoors operating ranges will be reduced in eco mode.
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Troubleshootings
Problem
Possible Causes
Suggestions
No dial tone in the
cordless handset.
1. The telephone base is not connected properly. 1. Check the mains and telephone line
2. The handset is too far from the telephone
connections.
base.
2. Get closer to the telephone base.
3. The batteries are exhausted.
3. Recharge the batteries.
4. The batteries are installed with the polarity
4. Reinstall the batteries by following the
reversed.
correct +/- polarity as indicated.
5. The handset is not registered.
5. Register the handset.
The antenna icon
1. The handset is not registered to the telephone 1. Register the handset.
flashes.
base.
2. Get closer to the telephone base.
2. The handset is out of range.
3. Check the mains connection of the
3. The telephone base is not connected properly. telephone base.
No dial tone when the 1. You have not put the handset on the charger 1. Remove the handset from the charger and
handset is placed on correctly.
place it correctly.
the charger.
2. Charger contacts are dirty.
2. Clean the contacts of the charger with a
3. The telephone base is not connected to the
clean dry cloth.
mains.
3. Check the mains connection of the
4. The handset is turned off.
telephone base.
4. Check the batteries.
The handset is left on 1. The handset batteries are defective.
1. Install new AAA rechargeable Ni-MH
the charger for 24
2. You have not put the handset on the charger batteries.
hours but the battery correctly.
2. Check that the battery icon is animated
indicator is still empty. 3. You have not installed the batteries correctly. while charging.
4. The telephone base is not connected properly. 3. Reinstall the batteries by following the
correct +/- polarity as indicated
4. Check the mains connection of the
telephone base.
No icon is displayed 1. The batteries are exhausted.
1. Recharge the batteries.
on the screen.
2. The telephone base is not connected properly. 2. Make sure the telephone base is properly
connected.
Poor audio quality
1. Interference with nearby electrical equipment. 1. Try installing the telephone in another
(crackles, echo, etc.) 2. The walls of the room in which the telephone location, sufficiently far away from other
base is located are thick.
electrical appliances.
3. The handset is too far from the telephone
2. Install the telephone base in another room
base.
or use an extension cord.
4. You are using a broadband/ADSL line and
3. Get closer to the telephone base.
have not installed a filter (not supplied) into the 4. Install an ADSL filter between the telephone
wall outlet used by the telephone.
wall jack and the telephone line cable.
5. The telephone line is defective.
5. Ask your operator to check your telephone
line.
The phone does not 1. You have disabled the ringer.
1. Activate the ringer.
ring when there is an 2. Too many phones share the same telephone 2. Disconnect some phones from the
incoming call.
line.
telephone line.
3. You have not connected the telephone base. 3. Check the connections of the telephone
base.
The keys do not work. The keys are locked.
Unlock the keys.
Busy tone & call in
1. Another handset is using the line.
1. Check all handsets and end all calls.
progress indicator
2. Improper connection.
2. Check the telephone line connection of the
turned on
telephone base.
Cannot register a
You have already registered the maximum
De-register handsets that you do not use and
handset.
number of handsets (5) to the telephone base. try again.
Cannot redial call or The flash time is not valid or the service is not
Check the redial setting. Check with your
cannot answer a
available.
telephone service provider.
second incoming call.
The battery icon (*) 1. Charger’s contacts are defective.
1. Adjust the position of the handset.
does not turn on
2. Charger’s contacts are dirty.
2. Clean the contacts with a dry cloth.
when the handset is 3. The batteries are already fully charged.
3. You can leave the handset on the base
placed on the
even when the battery is fully charged.
telephone base.
Cannot save new
The phonebook is full.
Delete contacts that you do not use.
contact onto the
phonebook.
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Note:
If none of the above suggestions solves your problems, try unplugging the telephone base from the
mains and removing the batteries from all handsets. Wait 15 minutes and then reconnect
everything.
Declaration of conformity
This appliance complies with the essential requirements and other provisions of Directive
1995/5/EC.
The declaration of conformity is available at: www.logisav.fr
This logo on the product indicates that it is an appliance whose treatment as
waste falls within the framework of Directive 2002/96/EC of 27 January 2003 on waste
electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
The presence of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment may have
potential effects on the environment and human health in the reprocessing cycle of this
product
Therefore, at the end of service life of this appliance, you should not dispose of it as
normal unsorted household waste.
As an end-user, your role is vital in the cycle of reuse, recycling and other forms of
recovery of waste electrical and electronic equipment. Recycling and collection systems
are made available by local authorities and distributors.
You have an obligation to use the collection systems at your disposal.
Used batteries shall be deposited at an appropriate collection point. Never dispose of
batteries with household waste.
Imported by ADMEA, 12 Rue Jules Ferry, 93110 Rosny sous bois, France.
THOMSON is a trademark of Technicolor SA used under license by ADMEA.
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