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Operating Instructions

Digital Cordless Phone

Model No.

KX-TG6611NZ

KX-TG6612NZ

Digital Cordless Answering System

Model No.

KX-TG6621NZ

KX-TG6622NZ

Model shown is KX-TG6611.

Before initial use, see “Getting Started”

on page 9.

Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic product.

Please read these operating instructions before using the unit and save them for future reference.

This unit is compatible with Caller ID. You must subscribe to the appropriate service offered by your service provider/telephone company.

Please access our online customer survey: http://panasonic.net/pcc/tel/q

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Model composition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Accessory information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Important Information

For your safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Important safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

For best performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Other information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Getting Started

Setting up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Note when setting up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Turning the power on/off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Initial settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

One touch eco mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Wall mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Making/Answering Calls

Making calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Answering calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Useful features during a call . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Key lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Power back-up operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Phonebook

Handset phonebook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Copying phonebook entries . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Programming

Programmable settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Special programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

Registering a unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Caller ID Service

Using Caller ID service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Caller list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Answering System

Answering system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Turning the answering system on/off . . . . . 32

Greeting message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Listening to messages using the base unit 33

Listening to messages using the handset . 34

Remote operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Answering system settings . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

Voice Mail Service

Voice mail service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

Intercom/Locator

Intercom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Handset locator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Transferring calls, conference calls. . . . . . . 38

Useful Information

Character entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Error messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Index

Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

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Introduction

Model composition

Series

KX-TG6611 series

KX-TG6621 series

Model No.

KX-TG6611

KX-TG6612

KX-TG6621

KX-TG6622

Base unit

Part No.

KX-TG6611

KX-TG6611

KX-TG6621

KX-TG6621

Handset

Part No.

KX-TGA661

KX-TGA661

KX-TGA661

KX-TGA661

Quantity

1

2

1

2

L

The suffix (NZ) in the following model numbers will be omitted in these instructions:

KX-TG6611NZ/KX-TG6612NZ/KX-TG6621NZ/KX-TG6622NZ

Feature differences

Series

KX-TG6611 series

KX-TG6621 series

Answering system

– r

Intercom

Between handsets r r

*1

*1

*1 Single handset models: Intercom calls can be made between handsets by purchasing and

registering one or more optional handsets (page 4).

Accessory information

Supplied accessories

No.

Accessory item/Part number

1 AC adaptor/PNLV226AL

2 Telephone line cord

3 Rechargeable batteries

*1

4

Handset cover

*2

5 Charger

*1 See page 4 for replacement battery information.

*2 The handset cover comes attached to the handset.

1 2 3 4

Quantity

KX-TG6611

KX-TG6621

1

1

1

2

KX-TG6612

KX-TG6622

2

2

1

1

4

5

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Introduction

Additional/replacement accessories

Please contact your nearest Panasonic dealer for sales information.

Accessory item

Rechargeable batteries

DECT repeater

Model number

HHR-4MRT

*1

Battery type:

– Nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH)

– 2 x AAA (R03) size for each handset

KX-A405

*1 Replacement batteries may have a different capacity from that of the supplied batteries.

Expanding your phone system

You can expand your phone system by registering optional handsets (6 max.) to a single base unit.

L Optional handsets may be a different colour from that of the supplied handsets.

Handset (optional): KX-TGA661AZ

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For your safety

To prevent severe injury and loss of life/ property, read this section carefully before using the product to ensure proper and safe operation of your product.

WARNING

Power connection

L

Use only the power source marked on the product.

L Do not overload power outlets and extension cords. This can result in the risk of fire or electric shock.

L

Completely insert the AC adaptor/power plug into the power outlet. Failure to do so may cause electric shock and/or excessive heat resulting in a fire.

L

Regularly remove any dust, etc. from the

AC adaptor/power plug by pulling it from the power outlet, then wiping with a dry cloth.

Accumulated dust may cause an insulation defect from moisture, etc. resulting in a fire.

L

Unplug the product from power outlets if it emits smoke, an abnormal smell, or makes an unusual noise. These conditions can cause fire or electric shock. Confirm that smoke has stopped emitting and contact an authorised service centre.

L

Unplug from power outlets and never touch the inside of the product if its casing has been broken open.

L

Never touch the plug with wet hands.

Danger of electric shock exists.

Installation

L

To prevent the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose the product to rain or any type of moisture.

L

Do not place or use this product near automatically controlled devices such as automatic doors and fire alarms. Radio waves emitted from this product may cause such devices to malfunction resulting in an accident.

Important Information

L Do not allow the AC adaptor or telephone line cord to be excessively pulled, bent or placed under heavy objects.

Operating safeguards

L Unplug the product from power outlets before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.

L

Do not disassemble the product.

L Do not spill liquids (detergents, cleansers, etc.) onto the telephone line cord plug, or allow it to become wet at all. This may cause a fire. If the telephone line cord plug becomes wet, immediately pull it from the telephone wall socket, and do not use.

Medical

L Consult the manufacturer of any personal medical devices, such as pacemakers or hearing aids, to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF

(radio frequency) energy. (The product operates in the frequency range of 1.88

GHz to 1.90 GHz, and the RF transmission power is 250 mW (max.).)

L

Do not use the product in health care facilities if any regulations posted in the area instruct you not to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.

CAUTION

Installation and location

L Never install telephone wiring during an electrical storm.

L

Never install telephone line sockets in wet locations unless the socket is specifically designed for wet locations.

L Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface.

L

Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.

L The AC adaptor is used as the main disconnect device. Ensure that the AC outlet is installed near the product and is easily accessible.

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Important Information

L This product is unable to make calls when:

– the handset batteries need recharging or have failed.

– there is a power failure.

– the key lock feature is turned on.

Battery

L

We recommend using the batteries noted

on page 4. USE ONLY rechargeable Ni-

MH batteries AAA (R03) size.

L Do not mix old and new batteries.

L

Do not open or mutilate the batteries.

Released electrolyte from the batteries is corrosive and may cause burns or injury to the eyes or skin. The electrolyte is toxic and may be harmful if swallowed.

L Exercise care when handling the batteries.

Do not allow conductive materials such as rings, bracelets, or keys to touch the batteries, otherwise a short circuit may cause the batteries and/or the conductive material to overheat and cause burns.

L

Charge the batteries provided with or identified for use with this product only, in accordance with the instructions and limitations specified in this manual.

L Only use a compatible base unit (or charger) to charge the batteries. Do not tamper with the base unit (or charger).

Failure to follow these instructions may cause the batteries to swell or explode.

General notices

L This equipment will be inoperable when mains power fails.

L

When a failure occurs which results in the internal parts becoming accessible, disconnect the power supply cord immediately and return this unit to an authorised service centre.

L

Disconnect the telecom connection before disconnecting the power connection prior to relocating the equipment, and reconnect the power first.

L

No “111” or other calls can be made from this device during a mains power failure.

L This equipment shall not be set to make automatic calls to the Telecom “111”

Emergency Service.

L To minimise the possibility of lightning damage, when you know that a thunderstorm is coming, we recommend that you:

– Unplug the telephone line cord from the phone socket.

– Unplug the AC adaptor from the AC power outlet.

L

The earpiece on the handset is magnetised and may retain small metallic objects.

L The unit’s answering system only responds to Distinctive Alert cadence(s) DA1 and

DA3.

L

Not all telephones will respond to incoming ringing when connected to the extension socket.

L This equipment may not provide for the effective hand-over of a call to another device connected to the same line.

L

The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal equipment indicates only that

Telecom has accepted that the item complies with minimum conditions for connection to its network. It indicates no endorsement of the product by Telecom, nor does it provide any sort of warranty.

Above all, it provides no assurance that any item will work correctly in all respects with another item of Telepermitted equipment of a different make or model, nor does it imply that any product is compatible with all of

Telecom’s network services.

Important notice:

L

Under power failure conditions, this telephone may not operate. Please ensure that a separate telephone, not dependent on local power, is available for emergency use.

Important safety instructions

When using your product, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to persons, including the following:

1. Do not use this product near water for example, near a bathtub, washbowl,

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2. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm.

There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.

3. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.

4. Use only the power cord and batteries indicated in this manual. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. They may explode.

Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

For best performance

Base unit location/avoiding noise

The base unit and other compatible Panasonic units use radio waves to communicate with each other.

L

For maximum coverage and noise-free communications, place your base unit:

– at a convenient, high, and central location with no obstructions between the handset and base unit in an indoor environment.

– away from electronic appliances such as

TVs, radios, personal computers, wireless devices, or other phones.

– facing away from radio frequency transmitters, such as external antennas of mobile phone cell stations. (Avoid putting the base unit on a bay window or near a window.)

L

Coverage and voice quality depends on the local environmental conditions.

L

If the reception for a base unit location is not satisfactory, move the base unit to another location for better reception.

Environment

L Keep the product away from electrical noise generating devices, such as fluorescent lamps and motors.

Important Information

L The product should be kept free from excessive smoke, dust, high temperature, and vibration.

L

The product should not be exposed to direct sunlight.

L Do not place heavy objects on top of the product.

L

When you leave the product unused for a long period of time, unplug the product from the power outlet.

L The product should be kept away from heat sources such as radiators, cookers, etc. It should not be placed in rooms where the temperature is less than 0 °C or greater than 40 °C. Damp basements should also be avoided.

L

The maximum calling distance may be shortened when the product is used in the following places: Near obstacles such as hills, tunnels, underground, near metal objects such as wire fences, etc.

L Operating the product near electrical appliances may cause interference. Move away from the electrical appliances.

Routine care

L Wipe the outer surface of the product with a soft moist cloth.

L

Do not use benzine, thinner, or any abrasive powder.

Other information

Notice for product disposal, transfer, or return

L

This product can store your private/ confidential information. To protect your privacy/confidentiality, we recommend that you erase information such as phonebook or caller list entries from the memory before you dispose of, transfer, or return the product.

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Important Information

Information on Disposal in other

Countries outside the European

Union

These symbols are only valid in the European

Union. If you wish to discard these items, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.

Specifications

Standard:

GAP (Generic Access Profile)

Frequency range:

1.88 GHz to 1.90 GHz

RF transmission power:

Approx. 10 mW (average power per channel)

Power source:

220–240 V AC, 50/60 Hz

Power consumption:

Base unit

*1

:

Standby: Approx. 0.4 W

Maximum: Approx. 2.3 W

Base unit

*2

:

Standby: Approx. 0.5 W

Maximum: Approx. 2.4 W

Charger:

Standby: Approx. 0.1 W

Maximum: Approx. 1.8 W

Operating conditions:

0 °C – 40 °C, 20 % – 80 % relative air humidity (dry)

*1 KX-TG6611/KX-TG6612

*2 KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622

Note:

L Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

L

The illustrations in these instructions may vary slightly from the actual product.

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Setting up

Connections

L

Use only the supplied Panasonic AC adaptor PNLV226AL.

L

When mounting the unit on a wall, see page

15.

Base unit (KX-TG6611/KX-TG6612)

Hook

“Click”

Getting Started

Base unit (KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622)

Hook

“Click”

Hooks

Press plug firmly.

(220-240 V AC,

50/60 Hz)

Hooks

Press plug firmly.

(220-240 V AC,

50/60 Hz)

Use only the supplied telephone line cord.

To single-line telephone socket

DSL/ADSL filter*

Correct Wrong

“Click”

Use only the supplied telephone line cord.

To single-line telephone socket

DSL/ADSL filter*

Correct Wrong

“Click”

*DSL/ADSL filter (not supplied) is required if you have DSL/ADSL service.

Charger

*DSL/ADSL filter (not supplied) is required if you have DSL/ADSL service.

Hooks

(220-240 V AC,

50/60 Hz)

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Getting Started

Battery installation

L

USE ONLY Ni-MH batteries AAA (R03) size.

L

Do NOT use Alkaline/Manganese/Ni-Cd batteries.

L

Confirm correct polarities (S, T).

Rechargeable Ni-MH ONLY

L When the date and time setting is

displayed, see page 14.

Battery charging

Charge for about 7 hours.

L

When the batteries are fully charged, the charge indicator goes off and “Fully

charged” is displayed.

Confirm “Charging” is displayed.

Charge indicator

Note when setting up

Note for connections

L The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times. (It is normal for the adaptor to feel warm during use.)

L

The AC adaptor should be connected to a vertically oriented or floor-mounted AC outlet. Do not connect the AC adaptor to a ceiling-mounted AC outlet, as the weight of the adaptor may cause it to become disconnected.

L The unit is not designed to be used with rotary/pulse dialling services.

L

The unit’s answering system will not answer incoming calls on your FaxAbility number.

(KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622)

Note for battery installation

L

Use the supplied rechargeable batteries.

For replacement, we recommend using the

Panasonic rechargeable batteries noted on

page 4, 6.

L Wipe the battery ends (S, T) with a dry cloth.

L

Avoid touching the battery ends

(S, T) or the unit contacts.

Note for battery charging

L

It is normal for the handset to feel warm during charging.

L Clean the charge contacts of the handset, base unit, and charger with a soft and dry cloth once a month. Before cleaning the unit, disconnect from power outlets and any telephone line cords. Clean more often if the unit is exposed to grease, dust, or high humidity.

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Getting Started

Battery level

Icon

&

(

)

0 )4

Battery level

High

Medium

Low

Needs charging.

Controls

Base unit

KX-TG6611/KX-TG6612

A B

Panasonic Ni-MH battery performance (supplied batteries)

Operation

In continuous use

Not in use

(standby)

Operating time

15 hours max.

170 hours max.

Note:

L

It is normal for batteries not to reach full capacity at the initial charge. Maximum battery performance is reached after a few complete cycles of charge/discharge (use).

L Actual battery performance depends on usage and ambient environment.

L

Even after the batteries are fully charged, the handset can be left on the base unit or charger without any ill effect on the batteries.

L The battery level may not be displayed correctly after you replace the batteries. In this case, place the handset on the base unit or charger and let it charge for at least 7 hours.

A Charge contacts

B {x} (Locator)

KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622

A B C

D E F G H

A Charge contacts

B Speaker

C Message counter

D {4} (Erase)

E {■} (Stop)

F {+}/{-} (Volume up/down)

{

7} /{8} (Repeat/Skip)

G {6} (Play)

Message indicator

H {x} (Locator)

I {s} (Answer on)

Answer on indicator

I

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Getting Started

Handset

A

B C

D

E

G

H

I

J

J {ECO/R}

ECO: Eco mode shortcut key

R: Recall/Flash

K Microphone

L Charge contacts

Control type

A Soft keys

The handset features 3 soft keys. By pressing a soft key, you can select the feature shown directly above it on the display.

B Navigator key

– {^}, {V}, {<}, or {>}: Scroll through various lists and items.

– ? (Volume: {^} or {V}): Adjust the receiver or speaker volume while talking.

– {<} (y: Caller list): View the caller list.

– {>} (R: Redial): View the redial list.

A

F

K

L

B

A Charge indicator

Ringer indicator

B Secure grip

L Secure grip offers support when you cradle the handset between your shoulder and ear.

C Speaker

D {C} (Talk)

E {s} (Speakerphone)

F Dial keypad

G Receiver

H Display

I {ic} (Off/Power)

Display

Handset display items

Item l

_ x s

C y i k

Meaning

Range status: The more bars visible, the closer the handset is to the base unit.

Out of base unit range

Paging, intercom mode.

Speakerphone is on. (page

16)

The line is in use.

L

When flashing slowly:

The call is put on hold.

L

When flashing rapidly: An incoming call is now being received.

Missed call

*1

(page 30)

The base unit transmission

power is set to “Low”. (page

14)

The LCD and key backlight

is off. (page 24)

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Item u d

&

E

6

:

~

3

7

6

Meaning

L When displayed next to the battery icon:

Answering system is on.

*2

(page 32)

L

When displayed with a number:

New messages have been recorded.

34)

*2

(page

Answering system answers calls with a greeting message and caller messages are not recorded.

36)

*2

(“Selecting

“Greeting Only””, page

Battery level

Alarm is on. (page 26)

Equalizer is set. (page 17)

Privacy mode is on. (page

24)

Ringer volume is off. (page

24)

Night mode is on. (page 26)

Blocked call

*1

(page 27, 31)

New voice mail message received.

*3

(page 37)

Someone is using the line.

Line in use

IN USE Answering system is being used by another handset or the base unit.

*2

*1 Caller ID subscribers only

*2 KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622

*3 Voice mail subscribers only

Getting Started

Base unit display items

KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622

Item

- -

Meaning

Answering system answers calls with a greeting message and caller messages are not recorded.

(“Selecting “Greeting

Only””, page 36)

Handset soft key icons

Icon

^

8

M j

]

L

/

H n

~ m k

&

/ t

O

I l

Action

Returns to the previous screen or outside call.

Displays the menu.

Accepts the current selection.

Displays a previously dialled phone number.

Makes a call. (page 16)

Temporarily turns off the ringer

for incoming calls. (page 16)

Sets 24-hour or 12-hour clock

format. (page 14)

Places a call on hold.

Opens the phonebook.

Allows you to edit phone

numbers. (page 27, 31)

Adds new entry. (page 20, 27)

Displays the character entry mode for phonebook search.

(page 20)

Turns the key lock feature off.

(page 18)

Selects a character entry mode.

Selects handsets. (page 27)

Stops recording or playback.

*1

Stores phone numbers. (page

27, 31)

Inserts a dialling pause.

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Getting Started

Icon

W

4

^

1

Action

Erases the selected item or returns to the outside call.

Allows you to make an intercom

call. (page 38)

Erases a number/character.

Puts the call on mute.

*1 KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622

Turning the power on/off

Power on

Press {ic} for about 1 second.

Power off

Press {ic} for about 2 seconds.

Date and time

Important:

L When you install the batteries for the first time, the handset may prompt you to set date and time. First press M, then

proceed to step 2.

1

8(1)1

2 Enter the current date, month, and year. s M

Example: 15 July, 2011

15 )7 11

3

Enter the current hour and minute.

Example: 9:30

)9 3)

L You can select 24-hour or 12-hour clock format (“AM” or “PM”) by pressing /.

4

M s {ic}

Note:

L The date and time may be incorrect after a power failure. In this case, set the date and time again.

Initial settings

Direct command code:

Programmable settings can be accessed by pressing 8, ( and then the corresponding code on the dial keypad

(page 22).

Example: Press 8(1)1.

Symbol meaning:

Example: {r}: “Off”

Press {V} or {^} to select the words in quotations.

Display language

1

8(11)

2

{ r} : Select your desired language. s

M

3

{i c}

One touch eco mode

The {ECO/R} button on the handset enables you to activate the eco function with one touch.

By activating eco mode, your unit can reduce the base unit transmission power by up to 90% in standby mode.

You can turn on/off one touch eco mode by just pressing {ECO/R}. The default setting is

“Normal”.

– When the one touch eco mode is on: “Low” is temporarily displayed and i is shown on the handset display instead of w.

– When the one touch eco mode is off:

“Normal” is temporarily displayed and i goes off from the handset display.

Note:

L

When there is another cordless phone nearby and it is in use, the base unit transmission power may not be reduced.

L Activating one touch eco mode reduces the range of the base unit in standby mode.

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L

If you set the repeater mode to “On” (page

29):

– One touch eco mode is cancelled.

“Eco Setup” is not shown in the display

menu (page 24).

Charger

Wall mounting

Note:

L Make sure that the wall and the fixing method are strong enough to support the weight of the unit.

Base unit (KX-TG6611/KX-TG6612)

56 mm

Hooks

Getting Started

25 mm

Screws

(Not supplied)

*1

Screws

(Not supplied)

Hook

Base unit (KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622)

83 mm

*1 *1

Screws

(Not supplied)

Hooks

*1 When mounting the base unit on a wall, do not pass the cords through these hooks.

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Making/Answering Calls

Making calls

1 Lift the handset and dial the phone number.

L To correct a digit, press ^.

2 Press {C} or ].

3

When you finish talking, press {ic} or place the handset on the base unit or charger.

Using the speakerphone

1

Dial the phone number and press {s}.

L

Speak alternately with the other party.

2

When you finish talking, press {ic}.

Note:

L

For best performance, use the speakerphone in a quiet environment.

L

To switch back to the receiver, press

{s}

/{C}.

Adjusting the receiver or speaker volume

Press {^} or {V} repeatedly while talking.

Making a call using the redial list

The last 10 phone numbers dialled are stored in the redial list (each 24 digits max.).

1 j or {>} (R)

2

{ r} : Select the desired phone number.

3

{C}

Erasing a number in the redial list

1 j or {>} (R)

2

{ r} : Select the desired phone number. s W

3

{ r} : “Yes” s M s {ic}

Pause (for PBX/long distance service users)

A pause is sometimes required when making calls using a PBX or long distance service.

When storing a calling card access number and/or PIN in the phonebook, a pause is also

needed (page 21).

16

Example: If you need to dial the line access number “0” when making outside calls with a

PBX:

1

) s l

2

Dial the phone number. s {C}

Note:

L

A 3 second pause is inserted each time l is pressed. Repeat as needed to create longer pauses.

Answering calls

When a call is being received, the ringer indicator flashes rapidly.

1 Lift the handset and press {C} or {s} when the unit rings.

L You can also answer the call by pressing any dial key from ) to 9, *, or (. (Any key answer feature)

2 When you finish talking, press {ic} or place the handset on the base unit or charger.

Auto talk

You can answer calls simply by lifting the handset off the base unit or charger. You do not need to press {C}. To turn this feature on,

see page 24.

Adjusting the handset ringer volume

While the handset is ringing for an incoming call:

Press {^} or {V} repeatedly to select the desired volume.

Programming the volume beforehand:

1

8(16)

2

{ r} : Select the desired volume.

3

M s {ic}

Temporary handset ringer off

While the handset is ringing for a call, you can turn the ringer off temporarily by pressing L.

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Useful features during a call

Hold

This feature allows you to put an outside call on hold.

1

Press 8 during an outside call.

2

{ r} : “Hold” s M

3

To release hold, press {C}.

L Another handset user can take the call by pressing {C}.

Note:

L

If a call is kept on hold for more than 9 minutes, an alarm tone starts to sound and the ringer indicator flashes rapidly. After 1 additional minute on hold, the call is disconnected.

L

If another phone is connected to the same line, you can also take the call by lifting its handset.

Mute

While mute is turned on, you can hear the other party, but the other party cannot hear you.

1

Press 1 during conversation.

L 1 flashes.

2

To return to the conversation, press 1 again.

Recall/flash

{

ECO/R} allows you to use the special features of your host PBX such as transferring an extension call, or accessing optional telephone services.

Note:

L

To change the recall/flash time, see page

24.

For Call Waiting or Call Waiting

Caller ID service users

To use call waiting or Call Waiting Caller ID, you must first subscribe with your service provider/telephone company.

Making/Answering Calls

This feature allows you to receive calls while you are already talking on the phone. If you receive a call while on the phone, you will hear a call waiting tone.

If you subscribe to both Caller ID and Call

Waiting with Caller ID services, the 2nd caller’s information is displayed after you hear the call waiting tone on the handset.

1

Press {ECO/R} to answer the 2nd call.

2

To switch between calls, press {ECO/R}.

Note:

L

Please contact your service provider/ telephone company for details and availability of this service in your area.

Handset equalizer

This feature clarifies the voice of the person you are talking to, producing a more naturalsounding voice that is easier to hear and understand.

1

Press 8 while talking.

2

{ r} : “Equalizer” s M

3

{ r} : Select the desired setting.

4

Press M to exit.

Note:

L

When this feature is turned on, 6 is displayed while talking.

L Depending on the condition and quality of your telephone line, this feature may emphasise existing line noise. If it becomes difficult to hear, turn this feature off.

L

This feature is not available while using the speakerphone.

Call share

You can join an existing outside call.

To join the conversation, press {C} when the other handset is on an outside call.

Note:

L To prevent other users from joining your conversations with outside callers, turn the

privacy mode on (page 24).

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Making/Answering Calls

Key lock

The handset can be locked so that no calls or settings can be made. Incoming calls can be answered, but all other functions are disabled while key lock is on.

To turn key lock on, press 8 for about 3 seconds.

L

& is displayed.

L

To turn key lock off, press & for about 3 seconds.

Note:

L

Calls to emergency numbers cannot be made until key lock is turned off.

Power back-up operation

When a power failure occurs, the charged handset temporarily supplies power to the base unit (power back-up mode). This allows you to make and receive calls using a handset during a power failure. The base unit will not perform any other functions. You can program

“Power Failure” and the default setting is

“Auto” (page 25).

Important:

L If a handset is not placed on the base unit when a power failure occurs, “Base no

power Press ic is displayed. After pressing {ic} on the handset, place it on the base unit to start power back-up mode.

L

Power back-up mode will not work if the battery level of the power supplying handset is )/0)4.

L Do not lift the power supplying handset from the base unit during power back-up mode.

L

Do not touch the handset’s charge contacts during power back-up mode.

L If the battery level is low, the unit will not work sufficiently during power back-up mode. In addition, in case handset battery power runs out, we recommend connecting a corded-type telephone (without AC adaptor) to the same telephone line or to the same telephone line socket using a BT double adaptor.

L Calls cannot be made during a power

failure until key lock is turned off (page 18).

Panasonic Ni-MH battery performance (supplied batteries) during power back-up mode

When the batteries are fully charged, operating time of the handset in power backup mode varies depending on usage.

– Continuous use of the handset in power back-up mode: 2 hours max.

– Continuous use of the handset other than a handset in power back-up mode: 3 hours max.

– Not in use in power back-up mode: 3 hours max.

Note:

L Actual battery performance depends on usage and ambient environment.

Making calls during a power failure

When only 1 handset is registered:

1

Lift the handset and dial the phone number.

2

Within 1 minute, place the handset on the base unit.

L Wait until speakerphone is turned on automatically and the call is made.

3

When the other party answers the call, keep the handset on the base unit and talk using the speakerphone.

4

When you finish talking, press {ic}.

Note:

L

In step 2, if you do not place the handset on

the base unit within 1 minute, the power back-up mode turns off. In this case, press

{i c} on the handset and dial the phone

number. Then try again from step 2.

When 2 or more handsets are registered:

You should leave one handset on the base unit for supplying the power, and use another handset for making calls. For the

operation, please see “Making calls”, page

16.

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Note:

L

During a call with the handset placed on the base unit (power back-up mode), the call may be disconnected if you touch the handset. In such case, try to call back.

L The range of the base unit is limited during a power failure. Please use the handset close to the base unit.

Making a call using the redial list

When only 1 handset is registered:

1 Lift the handset.

2 j or {>} (R)

3

{ r} : Select the desired phone number.

4 Within 1 minute, place the handset on the base unit.

L

Wait until speakerphone is turned on automatically and the call is made.

When 2 or more handsets are registered:

You should leave one handset on the base unit for supplying the power, and use another handset for making calls. For the

operation, please see “Making a call using the redial list”, page 16.

Making a call using the handset phonebook

When only 1 handset is registered:

1

Lift the handset.

2 n

3

{ r} : Select the desired entry.

4

Within 1 minute, place the handset on the base unit.

L Wait until speakerphone is turned on automatically and the call is made.

When 2 or more handsets are registered:

You should leave one handset on the base unit for supplying the power, and use another handset for making calls. For the

operation, please see “Finding and calling from a phonebook entry”, page 20.

Making/Answering Calls

Answering calls during a power failure

When only 1 handset is registered:

1

When the unit rings, keep the handset on the base unit and press {C} or

{s}

.

L

Speakerphone is turned on.

2

When you finish talking, press {ic}.

When 2 or more handsets are registered:

When the unit rings, use a handset which is not supplying power to the base unit. For

the operation, please see “Answering calls”, page 16.

L

Do not use or lift the handset which is placed on the base unit during power back-up mode.

Note:

L

During a call with the handset placed on the base unit (power back-up mode), the call may be disconnected if you touch the handset. In such case, try to call back.

L The range of the base unit is limited during a power failure. Please use the handset close to the base unit.

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Phonebook

Handset phonebook

The phonebook allows you to make calls without having to dial manually. You can add

100 names and phone numbers.

Adding entries

1 n s m

2

Enter the party’s name (16 characters max.). s M

L

You can change the character entry

mode by pressing / (page 39).

3

Enter the party’s phone number (24 digits max.). s M 2 times

L

To add other entries, repeat from step

2.

4

{i c}

Note:

L Your service provider/telephone company may charge you for a local call if the number dialled has the area code prefix included. If this is unacceptable, dial only the 7-digit local number. Do not dial the “0” prefix or the area code.

Finding and calling from a phonebook entry

2

Press the dial key () to 9, or () which contains the character you are searching

for (page 39).

L

Press the same dial key repeatedly to display the first entry corresponding to each character located on that dial key.

L If there is no entry corresponding to the character you selected, the next entry is displayed.

3

{ r} : Scroll through the phonebook if necessary.

4

{C}

Editing entries

1

Find the desired entry (page 20). s 8

2

{ r} : “Edit” s M

3

Edit the name if necessary (16 characters

max.; page 39). s M

4 Edit the phone number if necessary (24 digits max.). s M 2 times s {ic}

Erasing entries

Scrolling through all entries

1 n

2

{ r} : Select the desired entry.

L You can scroll through the phonebook entry by pressing and holding {V} or

{^} .

3

{C}

Searching by first character

1 n

L Change the character entry mode if necessary: k s {r}: Select the character entry mode. s M

Erasing an entry

1

Find the desired entry (page 20).

2

W s {r}: “Yes” s M s {ic}

Erasing all entries

1 n s 8

2

{ r} : “Erase All” s M

3

{ r} : “Yes” s M

4

{ r} : “Yes” s M s {ic}

Chain dial

This feature allows you to dial phone numbers in the phonebook while you are on a call. This feature can be used, for example, to dial a calling card access number or bank account

PIN that you have stored in the phonebook, without having to dial manually.

1

During an outside call, press 8.

2

{ r} : “Phonebook” s M

3

{ r} : Select the desired entry.

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4

Press ] to dial the number.

Note:

L

When storing a calling card access number and your PIN in the phonebook as one phonebook entry, press l to add pauses after the number and PIN as necessary

(page 16).

Copying phonebook entries

You can copy phonebook entries between 2

handsets.

*1

*1 Panasonic compatible handset

Copying an entry

1

Find the desired entry (page 20). s 8

2

{ r} : “Copy” s M

3

{ r} : Select the handset you want to send the phonebook entry to. s M

L

When an entry has been copied,

“Completed” is displayed.

L

To continue copying another entry:

{ r} : “Yes” s M s {r}: Select the desired entry. s M

4 {ic}

Copying all entries

1 n s 8

2

{ r} : “Copy All” s M

3

{ r} : Select the handset you want to send the phonebook entry to. s M

L When all entries have been copied,

“Completed” is displayed.

4

{i c}

Phonebook

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Programming

Programmable settings

You can customise the unit by programming the following features using the handset.

To access the features, there are 2 methods.

Scrolling through the display menus

1

8

2

Press {V} or {^} to select the desired main menu. s M

3

Press {V} or {^} to select the desired item from the next sub-menus. s M

4 Press {V} or {^} to select the desired setting. s M

L

This step may vary depending on the feature being programmed.

L

To exit the operation, press {ic}.

Using the direct command code

1

8 s Enter the desired code.

Example: Press 8(1)1.

2

Select the desired setting. s M

L

This step may vary depending on the feature being programmed.

L To exit the operation, press {ic}.

Note:

L

In the following table, < > indicates the default settings.

L

In the following table, + indicates the reference page number.

L

Display menu order and sub-menu may vary depending on your model.

Display the menu tree and direct command code table

Main menu: \ “Caller List”

Operation

Viewing the caller list.

Main menu: e “Answer System” *1

Sub-menu 1

Play New Msg.

Play All Msg.

Erase All Msg.

*2

Greeting

Sub-menu 2

Start REC

*2

(Record greeting)

Play Greeting

Default

*2

(Reset to pre-recorded greeting)

Settings

Code

#213

Code

#323

#324

#325

#302

#303

#304

+

30

+

34

34

34

33

33

33

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Sub-menu 1

Settings

Sub-menu 2

Number of Rings

*2

Recording Time

*2

Remote Code

*2

Call Screening

Answer On

*2

Answer Off

*2

Main menu: e “Time Settings”

Sub-menu 1

Set Date/Time

*2

Alarm

Sub-menu 2

Time Adjustment

*2, *4

Main menu: 4 “Intercom”

Operation

Paging the desired unit.

Main menu: d “Ringer Setup”

Sub-menu 1

Ringer Volume

Ringtone

(Handset)

*6,

Night Mode

*7

Sub-menu 2

Handset

*5

Base Unit

*1, *2

On/Off

Start/End

Ring Delay

Programming

Settings

2–9: 2-9 Rings

5: <5 Rings>

0: Auto

1: 1 Minute

3: <3 Minutes>

0: Greeting Only *3

1: <On> 0: Off

Code

#211

#305

#306

#310

#327

#328

+

35

36

34

32

32

32

Settings

1: Once

2: Daily

0: <Off>

1: <Caller ID>

0: Manual

Code

#101

#720

+

14

25

#226 –

Settings

0–6: Off–6 <6>

0–6: Off–6 <3>

<Ringtone 1>

1: On 0: <Off>

<23:00/06:00>

1: 30 sec.

2: <60 sec.>

3: 90 sec.

4: 120 sec.

0: No Ringing

Code

#274

+

38

Code

#160

#*160

#161

+

16

#238

#237

#239

26

26

26

Main menu: b “Caller Barred”

*2, *8

Operation

Storing/Viewing bar call numbers.

Code

#217

+

26

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Main menu: c “Initial Setup”

Sub-menu 1

Ringer Setup

Time Settings

Handset Name

Caller Barred

Eco Setup

Display Setup

Keytones

*9

Area Code

*2

*2

Call Restrict

*2

Auto Talk

*10

Line Setup

Privacy Mode

*2, *12

Sub-menu 2

Ringer Volume

Handset *5

0–6: Off–6 <6>

Ringer Volume

Base Unit

*1, *2

0–6: Off–6 <3>

Ringtone

*6, *7

(Handset) <Ringtone 1>

Night Mode

On/Off

Night Mode

Start/End

Settings

1: On 0: <Off>

<23:00/06:00>

Night Mode

Ring Delay

1: 30 sec.

2: <60 sec.>

3: 90 sec.

4: 120 sec.

0: No Ringing

#239

Set Date/Time

*2

#101

Alarm

Time Adjustment

*2, *4

1: Once 2: Daily

0: <Off>

1: <Caller ID>

0: Manual

#720

#226

#104

– – #217

Transmission Power

*2

1: <Normal> 2: Low #725

LCD & Key Backlight 1: <On> 0: Off #276

Contrast

(Display contrast)

1–6: Level 1–6

<3>

1: <On> 0: Off

#145

#165

#255

Recall/Flash

*2, *11

1: On 0: <Off>

0: 900 msec.

1: 700 msec.

2: <600 msec.>

3: 400 msec.

4: 300 msec.

5: 250 msec.

*

: 200 msec.

#: 160 msec.

6: 110 msec.

7: 100 msec.

8: 90 msec.

9: 80 msec.

1: On 0: <Off>

Code

#160

#*160

#161

#238

#237

#256

#200

#121

#194

24

+

16

26

26

26

14

25

26

26

14

27

27

16

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Sub-menu 1

Base Unit PIN

*2

Repeater Mode

Register

*2

Sub-menu 2

Register H.set

Cancel Register

*3

Display

Settings

<0000>

1: On 0: <Off>

1: <Auto> 0: Off

<English>

Code

#132

#138

#130

#131

#152

#110

Power Failure

Language

*1 KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622

*2 If you program these settings using one of the handsets, you do not need to program the same item using another handset.

*3 This menu is not displayed when scrolling through the display menus. It is only available in direct command code.

*4 This feature allows the unit to automatically adjust the date and time each time caller information including date and time is received.

To turn this feature on, select “Caller ID”. To turn this feature off, select “Manual”. (Caller

ID subscribers only)

To use this feature, set the date and time first (page 14).

*5 Ringer volume cannot be turned off for alarm, intercom calls, and paging.

*6 If you select one of the melody ringer tones, the ringer tone continues to play for several seconds even if the caller has already hung up. You may either hear a dial tone or no one on the line when you answer the call.

*7 The preset melodies in this product are used with permission of © 2011 Copyrights Vision Inc.

*8 KX-TG6611/KX-TG6612

*9 Turn this feature off if you prefer not to hear key tones while you are dialling or pressing any keys, including confirmation tones and error tones.

*10If you subscribe to a Caller ID service and want to view the caller’s information after lifting up the handset to answer a call, turn off this feature.

*11The recall/flash time depends on your telephone exchange or host PBX. Contact your PBX supplier if necessary.

*12To prevent other users from joining your conversations with outside callers, turn this feature on.

+

28

29

28

28

18

14

Special programming

Alarm

An alarm sounds at the set time for 3 minutes once or daily. Alarm can be set for each handset.

Important:

L

Set the date and time beforehand (page

14).

1

8(72)

2

{ r} : Select the desired alarm option. s

M

“Off”

Turns alarm off. Go to step 6.

“Once”

An alarm sounds once at the set time.

“Daily”

An alarm sounds daily at the set time. Go

to step 4.

3

Enter the desired date and month. s

M

4

Set the desired time. s M

5

{ r} : Select the desired alarm tone. s

M

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L We recommend selecting a different ringer tone from the one used for outside calls.

6

M s {ic}

L When the alarm is set, E is displayed.

Note:

L To stop the alarm, press {ic} or place the handset on the base unit or charger.

L

When the handset is in use, the alarm will not sound until the handset is in standby mode.

Night mode

Night mode allows you to select a period of time during which the handset will not ring for outside calls. This feature is useful for time periods when you do not want to be disturbed, for example, while sleeping. Night mode can be set for each handset.

Important:

L

Set the date and time beforehand (page

14).

L

We recommend turning the base unit ringer

off (page 24) in addition to turning the night

mode on. (KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622)

L If you have set the alarm, the alarm sounds even if the night mode is turned on.

Turning night mode on/off

1

8(238

2

{ r} : Select the desired setting. s M

L

If you select “Off”, press {ic} to exit.

3

Enter the desired hour and minute you wish to start this feature. s M

L

You can select 24-hour or 12-hour clock format (“AM” or “PM”) by pressing /.

4

Enter the desired hour and minute you wish to end this feature. s M

5

{i c}

L

When the night mode is set, 3 is displayed.

Changing the start and end time

1

8(237

2

Continue from step 3, “Turning night mode on/off”, page 26.

Setting the ring delay

This setting allows the handset to ring during night mode if the caller waits long enough.

After the selected amount of time passes, the handset rings. If you select “No Ringing”, the handset never rings during night mode.

1

8(239

2

{ r} : Select the desired setting. s M s {ic}

Note:

L

When the answering system answers the call, this feature does not work.

(KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622)

Changing the handset name

Each handset can be given a customised name (“Bob”, “Kitchen”, etc.). This is useful when you make intercom calls between handsets. You can also select whether or not the handset name is displayed in standby mode. The default setting is “No”. If you select

“Yes” without entering any handset name,

“Handset 1” to “Handset 6” is displayed.

1

8(1)4

2

Enter the desired name (max. 10

characters; page 39).

L

If not required, go to step 3.

3

M

4

{ r} : Select the desired setting. s M 2 times

5

{i c}

Incoming call barring (Caller ID subscribers only)

This feature allows the unit to reject calls from specified phone numbers that you do not want to answer such as junk calls.

When a call is received, the unit does not ring while the caller is being identified. If the phone number matches an entry in the call barred list, the unit sends out a busy tone to the caller, and then disconnects the call.

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Important:

L

When the unit receives a call from a number that is stored in the call barred list, the call is

logged in the caller list (page 30) with 7

after the call is disconnected.

Storing unwanted callers

You can store up to 30 phone numbers in the call barred list.

Important:

L

You must store the phone number with an area code in the call barred list.

From the caller list:

1

{<}

(y)

2

{ r} : Select the entry to be barred. s

I

3

{ r} : “Caller Barred” s M

4

{ r} : “Yes” s M s {ic}

By entering phone numbers:

1

8(217 s m

2

Enter the phone number (24 digits max.). s M

L

To erase a digit, press ^.

3

{i c}

Viewing/editing/erasing bar call numbers

1

8(217

2

{ r} : Select the desired entry.

L

To exit, press {ic}.

3 To edit a number:

~ s Edit the phone number. s M s {ic}

To erase a number:

W s {r}: “Yes” s M s {ic}

Note:

L

When editing, press the desired dial key to add, ^ to erase.

Storing an area code to be deleted automatically

In some situations, phone numbers stored

automatically in the caller list (page 30) will

include area codes. If you do not want to dial the area code when making calls from the

Programming caller list, you can store the area code which you want the unit to delete automatically.

Example: You have stored the area code “09”.

If you make a call from the caller list to the phone number “09-456-7890”, the unit dials

“456-7890”.

1

8(255

2

Enter an area code (5 digits max.). s

M s {ic}

Note:

L

The use of this feature can prevent a

National Call from being dialled. E.g., in the case of the South Island, the “03” will be omitted and will therefore prevent a

National Call to other areas of the South

Island.

Setting call restriction

You can restrict selected handsets from dialling certain numbers. You can assign up to

6 phone numbers to be restricted, and select which handsets are to be restricted. Storing area codes here prevents the restricted handsets from dialling any phone number in that area code.

1

8(256

2

Enter the base unit PIN (default: “0000”).

L

If you forget your PIN, contact an authorised service centre.

3

{ r} : Select the handsets to be restricted. s t

L

All handsets registered to the base unit are displayed.

L “Q” is displayed next to the selected handset numbers.

L

To cancel a selected handset, press t again. “Q” disappears.

4

M

5

{ r} : Select a memory location. s M

6

Enter the phone number or area code to be restricted (8 digits max.). s M s

{i c}

L

To erase a restricted number, press

^ .

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Programming

Note:

L

You can also select a memory location in

step 5 as follows:

Press 1 to 6. s M

Changing the base unit PIN

(Personal Identification Number)

Important:

L If you change the PIN, please make note of your new PIN. The unit will not reveal the

PIN to you. If you forget your PIN, contact an authorised service centre.

1

8(132

2

Enter the current 4-digit base unit PIN

(default: “0000”).

3

Enter the new 4-digit base unit PIN. s

M s {ic}

Registering a unit

Operating additional units

Additional handsets

Up to 6 handsets can be registered to the base unit.

Important:

L

The additional handset model recommended for use with this unit is noted

on page 4. If another handset model is

used, certain operations (handset settings, base unit settings, etc.) may not be available.

Registering a handset to the base unit

The supplied handset and base unit are preregistered. If for some reason the handset is not registered to the base unit (for example, _ is displayed even when the handset is near the base unit), re-register the handset.

1

Handset:

8(13)

2

Base unit:

Proceed with the operation for your model.

KX-TG6611/KX-TG6612

Press and hold {x} for about 5 seconds. (No registration tone)

KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622

Press and hold {x} for about 5 seconds, until the registration tone sounds.

L If all registered handsets start ringing, press {x} again to stop, then repeat this step.

L

The next step must be completed within 90 seconds.

3

Handset:

M s Wait until “Base PIN” is displayed. s Enter the base unit PIN

(default: “0000”). s M

L

If you forget your PIN, contact an authorised service centre.

L When the handset has been registered successfully, w is displayed.

Note:

L While registering, “Base in

registering” is displayed on all registered handsets.

L

When you purchase an additional handset, refer to the additional handset’s installation manual for registration.

Deregistering a handset

A handset can cancel its own registration to the base unit, or other handsets registered to the same base unit. This allows the handset to end its wireless connection with the system.

1

8(131

L

All handsets registered to the base unit are displayed.

2

{ r} : Select the handset you want to cancel. s M

3

{ r} : “Yes” s M

L

A confirmation tone sounds.

L The handset does not beep when cancelling its own registration.

4

{i c}

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Increasing the range of the base unit

You can increase the signal range of the base unit by using a DECT repeater. Please use only the Panasonic DECT repeater noted on

page 4. Contact your Panasonic dealer for

details.

Important:

L

Before registering the repeater to this base unit, you must turn the repeater mode on.

L Do not use more than one repeater at a time.

Setting the repeater mode

1

8(138

2

{ r} : Select the desired setting. s M s {ic}

Note:

L

After turning the repeater mode on or off, _ is displayed on the handset momentarily.

This is normal and the handset can be used once w is displayed.

Registering the DECT repeater (KX-

A405) to the base unit

Note:

L

Please use a repeater that has not yet been registered to another unit. If the repeater is registered to another unit, deregister it first, referring to the Installation Guide for the

DECT repeater.

1

Base unit:

Proceed with the operation for your model.

KX-TG6611/KX-TG6612

Press and hold {x} for about 5 seconds. (No registration tone)

KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622

Press and hold {x} for about 5 seconds, until the registration tone sounds.

L

The next step must be completed within 90 seconds.

2 DECT repeater:

Connect the AC adaptor, then wait until the & indicator lights green.

Programming

3

Base unit:

To exit the registration mode, press {x}.

L

The registration tone stops.

(KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622)

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Caller ID Service

Using Caller ID service

Important:

L This unit is Caller ID compatible. To use

Caller ID features, you must subscribe to a

Caller ID service. Contact your service provider/telephone company for details.

L

For all local and national incoming calls, your display will show the area code (e.g.

09 for Auckland) or the cellular prefix (e.g.

0274 for Telecom Cellular) followed by the caller’s telephone number. An Auckland caller’s number will be displayed as

09XXXXXXX. The seven X’s represent the seven digits of the caller’s telephone number. A caller from a 6-digit Telecom

Cellular number will be displayed as

0274XXXXXX. For incoming international calls, your display may only show “0000”.

For business users on a Centrex line, your display will show Centrex extension numbers in the shorter extension number format used within your company.

L The Caller ID information will not be presented on incoming fax calls if Telecom

FaxAbility is used.

Using toll services from Telecom or another company

Your telephone company may charge you for a local call if the number dialled has the area code prefix included. If this is unacceptable, dial only the 7-digit local number. Do not dial the ) prefix or the area code.

Caller ID features

When an outside call is being received, the caller’s phone number is displayed.

Caller information for the last 50 callers is logged in the caller list from the most recent call to the oldest.

L

If the unit cannot receive caller information, the following is displayed:

“Out of Area”: The caller dials from an area which does not provide a Caller

ID service.

“Private Caller”: The caller requests not to send caller information.

L If the unit is connected to a PBX system, caller information may not be properly received. Contact your PBX supplier.

Missed calls

If a call is not answered, the unit treats it as a missed call and y is displayed. This lets you know if you should view the caller list to see who called while you were away.

Even if only one missed call in the caller list is

viewed (page 30), y disappears from the

display. When you receive another new call, y is displayed again.

Note:

L

Even when there are unviewed missed calls, y disappears from the standby display if the following operation is performed by one of the registered handsets:

– Being replaced on the base unit or charger.

– Pressing {ic}.

Phonebook name display

When caller information is received and it matches a phone number stored in the phonebook, the stored name in the phonebook is displayed and logged in the caller list.

Caller list

Important:

L Only 1 person can access the caller list at a time.

L

Make sure the unit’s date and time setting is

correct (page 14).

Viewing the caller list and calling back

1

{<} (y)

2

Press {V} to search from the most recent call, or press {^} to search from the oldest call.

L If > is displayed, not all of the information is shown. To see the remaining information, press {>}. To

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{<} .

3

To call back, press {C}.

To exit, press {ic}.

Note:

L If the entry has already been viewed or answered, “Q” is displayed, even if it was viewed or answered using another handset.

L

If the call matches an entry in the call barred

list, the number is logged with 7 (page 26).

L If you do not want to dial the area code when making calls from the caller list, you can store the area code which you want the

unit to delete automatically (page 27).

Editing a caller’s phone number before calling back

The caller’s telephone number, which is sent to your telephone from your local telephone exchange, includes “0” and an area code prefix. For local calls, “0” and the area code prefix can be omitted.

1

{<}

(y)

2

{ r} : Select the desired entry.

3

~ s Edit the number.

L

Press dial key () to 9) to add, ^ to delete.

4

{C}

Erasing selected caller information

1

{<}

(y)

2

{ r} : Select the desired entry.

3

W s {r}: “Yes” s M s {ic}

Erasing all caller information

1

{<}

(y)

2

W s {r}: “Yes” s M s {ic}

Storing caller information to the phonebook

1

{<} (y)

2

{ r} : Select the desired entry. s I

Caller ID Service

3

{ r} : “Phonebook” s M

4

To store the name, continue from step 2,

“Adding entries”, page 20.

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Answering System

Answering system

Available for:

KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622

The answering system can answer and record calls for you when you are unavailable to answer the phone.

You can also set the unit to play a greeting message but not to record caller messages by selecting “Greeting Only” as the recording

time setting (page 36).

Important:

L Only 1 person can access the answering system (listen to messages, record a greeting message, etc.) at a time.

L

When callers leave messages, the unit records the day and time of each message.

Make sure the date and time have been set

correctly (page 14).

L The unit’s answering system will not answer incoming calls on your FaxAbility number.

Memory capacity (including your greeting message)

The total recording capacity is about 18 minutes. A maximum of 64 messages can be recorded.

Note:

L

When message memory becomes full:

“Messages Full” is shown on the handset display.

– The answer on indicator on the base unit flashes rapidly if the answering system is turned on.

– The message counter on the base unit flashes if the answering system is turned on.

– u and the total number of new messages are not displayed on the handset even if the answering system is turned on.

– If you use the pre-recorded greeting message, the unit automatically switches to another pre-recorded greeting message asking callers to call again later.

– If you recorded your own greeting message, the same message is still announced to callers even though their messages are not recorded.

Turning the answering system on/off

The answering system is preset to on.

Base unit

Press {s} to turn on/off the answering system.

L

When the answering system is turned on:

– The answer on indicator lights up.

– The message counter displays the total number of messages (old and new).

Handset

1

To turn on:

8(327

To turn off:

8(328

2

{i c}

Note:

L When the answering system is turned on, u is displayed next to the battery icon.

Call screening

While a caller is leaving a message, you can listen to the call through the handset’s speaker. To adjust the speaker volume, press

{^}

or {V} repeatedly. You can answer the call by pressing {C} on the handset. Call screening can be set for each handset.

The default setting is “On”.

1

8(31)

2

{ r} : Select the desired setting. s M s {ic}

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Greeting message

When the unit answers a call, a greeting message is played to callers.

You can use either:

– your own greeting message

– a pre-recorded greeting message

Recording your greeting message

1

8(3)2

2

{ r} : “Yes” s M

3

After a beep sounds, hold the handset about 20 cm away and speak clearly into the microphone (2 minutes and 30 seconds max.).

4

Press O to stop recording.

5

{i c}

Using a pre-recorded greeting message

The unit provides 2 pre-recorded greeting messages:

– If you erase or do not record your own greeting message, the unit plays a prerecorded greeting asking callers to leave a message.

– If the message recording time (page 36) is

set to “Greeting Only”, callers’ messages are not recorded and the unit plays a different pre-recorded greeting message asking callers to call again.

Resetting to a pre-recorded greeting message

If you want to use a pre-recorded greeting message once you record your own greeting message, you need to erase your own greeting message.

1

8(3)4

2

M s {ic}

Answering System

Playing back the greeting message

1

8(3)3

2

{i c}

Listening to messages using the base unit

When new messages have been recorded,

{

6} on the base unit flashes.

Press {6}.

L

If new messages have been recorded, the base unit plays back new messages.

L

If there are no new messages, the base unit plays back all messages.

Operating the answering system during playback

Key

{+}

{

{

7}

8}

{

■}

{

4}

or {-}

Operation

Adjust the speaker volume

Repeat message *1

Skip message

Stop playback

Erase currently playing message

*1 If pressed within the first 5 seconds of a message, the previous message is played.

Erasing all messages

Press {4} 2 times while the unit is not in use.

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Listening to messages using the handset

When new messages have been recorded, u is displayed on the handset with the total number of new messages.

1

To listen to new messages:

8(323

To listen to all messages:

8(324

2 When finished, press {ic}.

Note:

L To switch to the receiver, press {C}.

Operating the answering system

8 s {r}: “Answer System” s M

Key

{^}

or {V}

1 or {<}

2 or {>}

3

4

5

6

76

8

8

9 or O

)

*4

*3

*5

*6

Operation

Adjust the receiver or speaker volume (during playback)

Repeat message (during

playback) *1

Skip message (during playback)

Enter the “Settings” menu

Play new messages

Play all messages

Play greeting message

Record greeting message

Turn answering system on

Pause message

*2

Stop recording

Stop playback

Turn answering system off

Erase currently playing message

Erase all messages

Reset to a pre-recorded greeting message

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*1 If pressed within the first 5 seconds of a message, the previous message is played.

*2 To resume playback:

{ r} : “Play” s M

*3 You can also erase as follows:

W s {r}: “Yes” s M

Calling back (Caller ID subscribers only)

If caller information is received for the call, you can call the caller back while listening to a message.

1

Press 8 during playback.

2

{ r} : “Call Back” s M

Editing the number before calling back

1

Press 8 during playback.

2

{ r} : “Edit & Call” s M

3

Edit the number. s {C}

Erasing all messages

1

8(325

2

{ r} : “Yes” s M s {ic}

Remote operation

Using a touch-tone phone, you can call your phone number from outside and access the unit to listen to messages or change answering system settings. The unit’s voice guidance prompts you to press certain dial keys to perform different operations.

Remote access code

A 3-digit remote access code must be entered when operating the answering system remotely. This code prevents unauthorised parties from listening to your messages remotely.

Important:

L In order to operate the answering system remotely, you must first set a remote access code.

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1

8(3)6

2

To turn on remote operation, enter the desired 3-digit remote access code.

3

M s {ic}

Deactivating remote operation

Press * in step 2 on “Remote access code”, page 34.

L The entered remote access code is deleted.

Using the answering system remotely

1 Dial your phone number from a touchtone phone.

2

After the greeting message starts, enter your remote access code.

3 Follow the voice guidance prompts as necessary or control the unit using remote

commands (page 35).

4

When finished, hang up.

Voice guidance

During remote operation, the unit’s voice guidance starts and prompts you to press 1 to perform a specific operation, or press 2 to listen to more available operations.

Note:

L If you do not press any dial keys within 10 seconds after a voice guidance prompt, the unit disconnects your call.

4

5

6

7

Remote commands

You can press dial keys to access certain answering system functions without waiting for the voice guidance to prompt you.

Key

1

2

Operation

Repeat message

(during playback)

*1

Skip message

(during playback)

Play new messages

Play all messages

Play greeting message

Record greeting message

Answering System

Key

9

Operation

Stop recording

Stop playback

) Turn answering system off

*4 Erase currently playing message

*5 Erase all messages

*6 Reset to a pre-recorded greeting message (during greeting message playback)

*( End remote operation

(or hang up)

*1 If pressed within the first 5 seconds of a message, the previous message is played.

Turning on the answering system remotely

If the answering system is off, you can turn it on remotely.

1

Dial your phone number from a touchtone phone.

2 Let the phone ring 15 times.

L

A long beep is heard.

3

Enter your remote access code within 10 seconds after the long beep.

L The greeting message is played back.

L

You can either hang up, or enter your remote access code again and begin

remote operation (page 34).

Answering system settings

Number of rings before the unit answers a call

You can change the number of times the phone rings “Number of Rings” before the unit answers a call. You can select 2 to 9 rings, or “Auto”.

The default setting is “5 Rings”.

“Auto”: The unit’s answering system answers at the end of the 2nd ring when new messages have been recorded, or at the end of the 5th ring when there are no new messages. If you call your phone from outside to listen to new

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messages (page 35), you know that there are

no new messages when the phone rings for the 3rd time. You can then hang up without being charged for the call.

1

8(211

2

{ r} : Select the desired setting. s M s {ic}

For Telecom Call Minder or

TelstraClear Message Mailbox service subscribers

To receive Call Minder or Message Mailbox messages and use the unit’s answering system properly, please note the following:

L “Call Minder” and “Message Mailbox” are services provided by your service provider/

telephone company (page 37). You will

need to first subscribe or activate this service through your service provider/ telephone company. Contact your service provider/telephone company on how to operate this service and how you will be notified that you have messages. To use this service you will be required to leave your answering machine off on your unit

(page 32). This will allow the service to

receive any messages.

L

To use the unit’s answering machine rather than the service provided by your service provider/telephone company, please contact your service provider/telephone company to have it removed or deactivated permanently or temporarily. Alternatively you can leave this service connected and change the “Number of Rings” to a shorter duration on your unit so your unit’s answering machine can pick up the call prior to the service provided by your service provider/telephone company.

Caller’s recording time

You can change the maximum message recording time allowed for each caller. The default setting is “3 Minutes”.

1

8(3)5

2

{ r} : Select the desired setting. s M s {ic}

Selecting “Greeting Only”

You can select “Greeting Only” which sets the unit to announce a greeting message to callers but not record messages.

Select “Greeting Only” in step 2 on

“Caller’s recording time”, page 36.

Note:

L

When you select “Greeting Only”:

– If you do not record your own message, the unit will play the pre-recorded greeting-only message asking callers to call again later.

– If you use your own message, record the greeting-only message asking callers to

call again later (page 33).

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Voice Mail Service

Voice mail service

To receive Call Minder or Message Mailbox messages, please note the following:

“Call Minder” and “Message Mailbox” are automatic answering services offered by your service provider/telephone company. After you subscribe to this service, your service provider/telephone company’s voice mail system answers calls for you when you are unavailable to answer the phone or when your line is busy. Messages are recorded by your service provider/telephone company, not your telephone. When you have new messages, 6 is displayed on the handset if message indication service is available. Please contact your service provider/telephone company for details of this service.

Important:

L

If 6 still remains on the display even after you have listened to new messages, turn it off by pressing and holding ( for 2 seconds.

L

To use the voice mail service provided by your service provider/telephone company rather than the unit’s answering system,

turn off the answering system (page 32).

For details, see page 36. (KX-TG6621/

KX-TG6622)

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Intercom/Locator

Intercom

Intercom calls can be made between handsets.

Note:

L

If you receive an outside call while talking on the intercom, you hear 2 tones. To answer the call, press {ic}, then press

{C}

.

L When paging the handset, the paged handset beeps for 1 minute.

Making an intercom call

1

8 s 4

2

{ r} : Select the desired unit. s M

L To stop paging, press {ic}.

3

When you finish talking, press {ic}.

Answering an intercom call

1

Press {C} to answer the page.

2 When you finish talking, press {ic}.

2

{ r} : Select the desired unit. s M

3

Wait for the paged party to answer.

L If the paged party does not answer, press ^ to return to the outside call.

4

To complete the transfer:

Press {ic}.

L The outside call is being routed to the destination unit.

To establish a conference call:

8 s {r}: “Conference” s M

L To leave the conference, press {ic}.

The other 2 parties can continue the conversation.

L

To put the outside call on hold: 8 s

{ r} : “Hold” s M

To resume the conference: 8 s

{ r} : “Conference” s M

Note:

L If you want to return to the outside call after the paged party answers, press W.

Answering a transferred call

Press {C} to answer the page.

Handset locator

You can locate a misplaced handset by paging it.

1 Base unit: Press {x}.

L

All registered handsets beep for 1 minute.

2 To stop paging:

Base unit: Press {x}.

Handset: Press {ic}.

Transferring calls, conference calls

Outside calls can be transferred or a conference call with an outside party can be made between 2 handsets.

1

During an outside call, press 4 to put the call on hold.

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Useful Information

Character entry

The dial keys are used to enter characters and numbers. Each dial key has multiple characters

assigned to it. The characters that can be entered depend on the character entry mode (page 39).

– Press {<} or {>} to move the cursor left or right.

– Press dial keys to enter characters and numbers.

– Press ^ to erase the character or number highlighted by the cursor. Press and hold ^ to erase all characters or numbers.

– Press * (A →a) to switch between uppercase and lowercase.

– To enter another character located on the same dial key, press {>} to move the cursor to the next space, then press the appropriate dial key.

– If you do not press any dial key within 5 seconds after entering a character, the character is fixed and the cursor moves to the next space.

Character entry modes

The available character entry modes are Alphabet (ABC), Numeric (0-9), Greek (F), Extended

1 (G), Extended 2 (H), and Cyrillic (I). When in these entry modes except Numeric, you can select which character is entered by pressing a dial key repeatedly.

When the unit displays the character entry screen:

/ s {r}: Select a character entry mode. s M

Note:

L

in the following tables represents a single space.

Alphabet character table (ABC)

Numeric entry table (0-9)

Greek character table (M)

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Useful Information

Extended 1 character table (N)

L The following are used for both uppercase and lowercase:

Extended 2 character table (O)

L The following are used for both uppercase and lowercase:

Cyrillic character table (P)

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Useful Information

Error messages

Display message

Base no power or

No link. Reconnect

AC adaptor.

or

No link.

Check Phone Line

Error

*1

Failed

Incomplete

Memory Full

Use rechargeable battery.

You must first subscribe to Caller

ID.

*1 KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622

Cause/solution

L The handset has lost communication with the base unit. Move closer to the base unit and try again.

L

Unplug the base unit’s AC adaptor to reset the unit.

Reconnect the adaptor and try again.

L The handset’s registration may have been cancelled. Re-

register the handset (page 28).

L

When “No link.” is displayed during a power failure, place a handset on the base unit to supply power to the base unit.

L The supplied telephone line cord has not been connected yet

or not connected properly. Check the connections (page 9).

L

Recording was too short. Try again.

L

Phonebook copy failed (page 21). Confirm the other handset

(the receiver) is in standby mode and try again.

L

The receiver’s phonebook memory is full. Erase the unwanted phonebook entries from the other handset (the receiver) and try again.

L

The phonebook memory is full. Erase unwanted entries (page

20).

L

Message memory is full. Erase unwanted messages (page

33, 34).

*1

L The call barred list memory is full. Erase unwanted entries

(page 27).

L

A wrong type of battery such as Alkaline or Manganese was inserted. Use only the rechargeable Ni-MH batteries noted on

page 4, 6.

L You must subscribe to a Caller ID service. Once you receive caller information after subscribing to a Caller ID service, this message will not be displayed.

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Useful Information

Troubleshooting

If you still have difficulties after following the instructions in this section, disconnect the base unit’s

AC adaptor and turn off the handset, then reconnect the base unit’s AC adaptor and turn on the handset.

General use

Problem

The handset does not turn on even after installing charged batteries.

The unit does not work.

Cause/solution

L Place the handset on the base unit or charger to turn on the handset.

L

Make sure the batteries are installed correctly (page 10).

L

Fully charge the batteries (page 10).

L

Check the connections (page 9).

L Unplug the base unit’s AC adaptor to reset the unit and turn off the handset. Reconnect the adaptor, turn on the handset and try again.

L

The handset has not been registered to the base unit. Register

the handset (page 28).

L

The handset is not turned on. Turn the power on (page 14).

The handset display is blank.

I cannot hear a dial tone.

L

Make sure that you are using the supplied telephone line cord.

Your old telephone line cord may have a different wiring configuration.

L The base unit’s AC adaptor or telephone line cord is not connected. Check the connections.

L

Disconnect the base unit from the telephone line and connect the line to a known working telephone. If the working telephone operates properly, contact our service personnel to have the unit repaired. If the working telephone does not operate properly, contact your service provider/telephone company.

Programmable settings

Problem

The display is in a language I cannot read.

While programming, the display returns to standby mode.

I cannot activate the eco mode.

Cause/solution

L

Change the display language (page 14).

L A call matching an entry in the call barred list is being received.

Wait and try again later.

L

You cannot set eco mode when you set the repeater mode

“On”. If required, set the repeater mode to “Off” (page 29).

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Problem

I cannot register a handset to a base unit.

Useful Information

Cause/solution

L

The maximum number of handsets (6) is already registered to the base unit. Cancel unused handset registrations from the

base unit (page 28).

L

You entered the wrong PIN. If you forget your PIN, contact an authorised service centre.

Battery recharge

Problem

The handset beeps and/or

)

flashes.

I fully charged the batteries, but

– ) still flashes or

– the operating time seems to be shorter.

Cause/solution

L

Battery charge is low. Fully charge the batteries (page 10).

L

Clean the battery ends (S, T) and the charge contacts with a dry cloth and charge again.

L

It is time to replace the batteries (page 10).

Making/answering calls, intercom

Problem

_ is displayed.

Noise is heard, sound cuts in and out.

Sound quality seems to be getting worse.

The handset does not ring.

Cause/solution

L

The handset is too far from the base unit. Move closer.

L

The base unit’s AC adaptor is not properly connected.

Reconnect AC adaptor to the base unit.

L

The handset is not registered to the base unit. Register it

(page 28).

L

Activating one touch eco mode reduces the range of the base

unit in standby mode. If required, turn eco mode off (page 14).

L

You are using the handset or base unit in an area with high electrical interference. Re-position the base unit and use the handset away from sources of interference.

L

Move closer to the base unit.

L

If you use a DSL/ADSL (JetStream) service, we recommend that you contact your DSL/ADSL service provider to have a

DSL/ADSL Splitter installed. We do not recommend the use of generic DSL/ADSL filters. Contact your DSL/ADSL service provider for details.

L Unplug the base unit’s AC adaptor to reset the unit and turn off the handset. Reconnect the adaptor, turn on the handset and try again.

L

You have registered a handset that is not recommended (page

4). The clearest sound quality is only possible by registering

the recommended handset.

L

The ringer volume is turned off. Adjust ringer volume (page

16).

L

Night mode is turned on. Turn it off (page 26).

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Problem

The base unit does not ring.

*1

I cannot make a call.

Cause/solution

L

The ringer volume is turned off. Adjust ringer volume (page

24).

L

The handset is too far from the base unit. Move closer and try again.

L

Another unit is in use. Wait and try again later.

L

Answering system is being used.

*1

Wait and try again later.

L

If you are using a BT double adaptor to connect the unit, remove the adaptor and connect the unit to the phone wall socket directly. If the unit operates properly, check or replace the adaptor.

L

You dialled a call restricted number (page 27).

L

The key lock feature is turned on. Turn it off (page 18).

L

The unit is not designed to be used with rotary/pulse dialling services.

*1 KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622

Caller ID

Problem

Caller information is not displayed.

Caller information is slow to display.

Time on the unit has shifted.

The name stored in the phonebook is not fully displayed while an outside call is being received.

Cause/solution

L

You must subscribe to a Caller ID service. Contact your service provider/telephone company for details.

L

If your unit is connected to any additional telephone equipment, remove and plug the unit directly into the wall socket.

L

If you use a DSL/ADSL (JetStream) service, we recommend that you contact your DSL/ADSL service provider to have a

DSL/ADSL Splitter installed. We do not recommend the use of generic DSL/ADSL filters. Contact your DSL/ADSL service provider for details.

L

Other telephone equipment such as a monitored Burglar

Alarm or the modem in the SKY Digital decoder may be interfering with this unit. Disconnect the other equipment and try again.

L

Depending on your service provider/telephone company, the unit may display the caller’s information at the 2nd ring or later.

L

Move closer to the base unit.

L

Incorrect time information from incoming Caller ID changes

the time. Set the time adjustment to “Manual” (off) (page 23).

L

Edit the phonebook entry name to fit in 1 line of text (page 20).

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Answering system (KX-TG6621/KX-TG6622)

Problem

The unit does not record new messages.

Cause/solution

L

The answering system is turned off. Turn it on (page 32).

L

The message memory is full. Erase unwanted messages

(page 33).

L

The recording time is set to “Greeting Only”. Change the

setting (page 36).

L

If your own greeting message is not recorded properly, callers are unable to leave a message. Record your own greeting

message again (page 33).

L

If you subscribe to a voice mail service, messages are recorded by your service provider/telephone company, not your telephone. Change the unit’s number of rings setting or

contact your service provider/telephone company (page 35).

L

Record your own greeting message again (page 33).

My own greeting message cannot be properly heard.

I cannot operate the answering system.

I cannot operate the answering system remotely.

L

Someone is using the unit. Wait for the other user to finish.

L

A caller is leaving a message. Wait for the caller to finish.

L

The handset is too far from the base unit. Move closer.

L

The remote access code is not set. Set the remote access

code (page 34).

L

You are entering the wrong remote access code. If you have forgotten your remote access code, enter the remote access

code setting to check your current code (page 34).

L

Press each key firmly.

L

The answering system is turned off. Turn it on (page 35).

Liquid damage

Problem

Liquid or other form of moisture has entered the handset/base unit.

Cause/solution

L

Disconnect the AC adaptor and telephone line cord from the base unit. Remove the batteries from the handset and leave to dry for at least 3 days. After the handset/base unit are completely dry, reconnect the AC adaptor and telephone line cord. Insert the batteries and charge fully before use. If the unit does not work properly, contact an authorised service centre.

Caution:

L

To avoid permanent damage, do not use a microwave oven to speed up the drying process.

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Warranty

Panasonic New Zealand undertakes to:

Repair or at its option, replace without cost to the owner, either for material or labour, any part which is found to be defective within two years of the date of purchase.

THIS EXPRESS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:

1) Pick up and delivery.

2) Batteries.

3) Repairs when the product has not been used in accordance with the Operating

Instructions Manual or has been modified.

4) Normal maintenance and cleaning as required in the product’s Operating

Instructions Manual.

5) Service calls to: a Correct the set up of the product b Instruct you how to use the product c Replace fuses or correct your building’s wiring

6) Damage to the product caused by accident, misuse or Act of God.

7) Repairs when the product has been dismantled, repaired, modified or serviced by other than a Panasonic Authorised Dealer authorised to service that type of product.

IF YOUR PANASONIC PRODUCT FAILS WITHIN THE

WARRANTY PERIOD:

Take it to the Authorised Panasonic Dealer from whom you purchased the product who will repair it (or arrange to have it repaired) during their normal business hours. All enquiries regarding warranty or otherwise, please call – Customer

Support Centr e Tel. No.: (09) 272 0178

NOTE: THIS EXPRESS WARRANTY IS OFFERED AS AN

EXTRA BENEFIT AND DOES NOT AFFECT YOUR LEGAL

RIGHTS.

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Index

A Additional handsets: 28

Alarm: 25

Answering calls: 16

Answering system: 32

Call screening: 32

Erasing messages: 33, 34, 35

Greeting message: 33

Greeting only: 36

Listening to messages: 33, 34, 35

Number of rings: 35

Recording time: 36

Remote access code: 34

Remote operation: 34

Turning on/off: 32, 34, 35

Area code: 27

Auto talk: 16

B Battery: 10

C Caller ID service: 30

Caller list: 30

Caller list edit: 31

Call restriction: 27

Call share: 17

Call Waiting: 17

Call Waiting Caller ID: 17

Chain dial: 20

Character entry: 39

Conference calls: 38

Control type: 12

D Date and time: 14

Direct command code: 22

Display

Contrast: 24

Language: 14

E Eco mode: 14

Equalizer: 17

Error messages: 41

H Handset

Deregistration: 28

Locator: 38

Name: 26

Registration: 28

Hold: 17

I

Incoming call barring: 26

Intercom: 38

K Key lock: 18

Keytones: 24

M Making calls: 16

Missed calls: 30

Index

Mute: 17

N Night mode: 26

P Pause: 16

Phonebook: 20

PIN: 28

Power failure (power back-up operation):

18

Power on/off: 14

Privacy mode: 24

R Recall/flash: 17

Redialling: 16

Repeater: 29

Ringer tone: 24

S Speakerphone: 16

T

Time adjustment: 23

Transferring calls: 38

Troubleshooting: 42

V Voice mail: 37

Volume

Receiver: 16

Ringer (Base unit): 24

Ringer (Handset): 16, 24

Speaker: 16

W Wall mounting: 15

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For your future reference

We recommend keeping a record of the following information to assist with any repair under warranty.

Date of purchase Serial No.

(found on the bottom of the base unit)

Name and address of dealer

Attach your purchase receipt here.

Customer Care Centre Tel. No.: (09) 272 0178 or website www.panasonic.co.nz

Sales Department:

350 Te Irirangi Drive, East Tamaki, Private Bag 14911 Panmure, Auckland, New Zealand

Phone: (09) 272 0100

Fax: (09) 272 0137

1-62, 4-chome, Minoshima, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-8531, Japan

© Panasonic System Networks Co., Ltd. 2011

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