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USER GUIDE
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TELEPHONE
Voxtel D235
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BECAUSE WE CARE
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using your telephone, basic safety precautions should always be
followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury, including the
following:
1. Read and understand all the instructions.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
3. Unplug the power adapter from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not
use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
4. Keep your phone away from hot, humid conditions or strong sunlight
and don’t let it get wet or use this product near water (for example,
near a bath tub , kitchen sink, swimming pool).
5. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in
the risk of fire or electric shock.
6. Unplug this product from the wall outlet under the following conditions:
tWhen the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
tIf the product does not operate normally by following the operating
instructions.
tIf the product has been dropped and the cabinet has been damaged.
tIf the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
7. NEVER use your phone outdoors during a thunderstorm-unplug the
base from the telephone line and the mains socket when there are
storms in your area. Damage caused by lightning is not covered by
the guarantee.
8. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
9. Use only the supplied NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) batteries!
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10. The use of other battery types or non-rechargeable batteries/primary
cells can be dangerous. These may cause interference and/or damage
to the unit or surroundings. The manufacturer will not be held liable for
damage arising from such non-compliance.
11. Do not use third party charging bays. Damage may be caused to the
batteries.
12. Please ensure the batteries are inserted in the correct polarity.
13. Dispose of batteries safely. Do not immerse them in water, burn them,
or put them where they could get punctured.
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INTENDED USE
This telephone is intended to be connected to a public analogue
telephone network or to an analogue extension of a compatible PBX
system.
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UNPACKING YOUR PHONE
In the box you will find:
t1 Handset
t1 Base station
t1 Mains power adapter
t1 Telephone line cord
t2 Rechargeable batteries
t1 User manual
Keep the packing materials in a safe place in case you later need to
transport the device.
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PHONE
5.1
Handset overview (see P1)
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Meaning
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Up key
tIn idle mode: press to access the call list
tIn menu mode: press to scroll up the menu items
tIn phonebook list / redial list / call list: press to scroll
up the list
tDuring a call: press to increase the earpiece volume
tDuring ringing: press to increase the ringer volume
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Right soft key (clear/back/mute/intercom)
tIn main menu mode: press to go back to idle screen
tIn sub-menu mode: press to go back to previous level
tIn sub-menu mode: press and hold to go back to idle
screen
tIn editing / pre-dialling mode: press to clear a
character/digit
tIn editing / pre-dialling mode: press and hold to
delete all the characters / digits
tDuring a call: press to mute / unmute the microphone
tIn idle mode: press to intercom another handset
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Off / hang up key
tDuring a call: press to end a call and go back to idle
screen
tIn menu / editing mode: press to go back to previous
menu
tIn idle mode: press and hold to power off the handset
tIn idle mode (when the handset is powered off): press
and hold to power on the handset
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Flash key
tIn idle / pre-dialling mode: press to insert a flash
tDuring a call: press to dial a flash
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Speakerphone key
tDuring a call: press to turn on / off the speakerphone.
tIn Redial list / call list / phonebook list: press to make a
call with speakerphone
tDuring ringing: press to answer a call with
speakerphone
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Down key (redial/down)
tIn idle mode: press to access the redial list
tIn menu mode: press to scroll down the menu items
tIn phonebook list / redial list / call list: press to scroll
down the list
tDuring a call: press to decrease the earpiece volume
tDuring ringing: press to decrease the ringer volume
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Talk key
tIn idle / pre-dialling mode: press to make a call
tIn redial list / call list / phonebook list: press to make a
call to the displayed entry
tDuring ringing: Press to answer a call
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Left soft key (menu/ok)
tIn idle mode: press to access the main menu
tIn sub-menu mode: press to confirm the selection
tDuring a call: press to access intercom / phonebook /
redial list/ call list
OK
5.2
Display icons and symbols (see P2)
The LCD display gives you information on the current status of the
telephone.
Meaning
Steady when the handset is in range of the base.
Flashes when out of range of the base or not registered to
the base.
Steady when an intercom call is in progress.
Flashes when there is an incoming internal call.
Indicates a call is in progress on that handset.
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Indicates that your answering machine (TAM) is on and
flashes when there is a new message.
Indicates that the handset ringer is switched off.
Steady when an alarm is set.
Flashes when the alarm is sounding.
Indicates that the keypad is locked.
Indicates when you have a new Voice Mail message.
(This is a service from the network operator.)
Indicates when the battery is fully charged.
Whole icon flashes when the battery is charging.
Internal block icon flashes when the battery is in final
charging stage.
Indicates when the battery needs charging.
Flashes when low battery power level is detected.
Indicates when there are more characters or numbers in
front of those being displayed.
Indicates when there are more characters or numbers after
those being displayed.
Left soft key function. Press to access the main menu.
Left soft key function. Press to confirm the current selection.
Indicates new TAM message / new call in TAM message list
/ call list.
Indicates more options available in lists, above or below.
Right soft key function. Press to start an intercom call.
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Indicates that speakerphone is being used.
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Right soft key function. Press to go back to the previous
menu level or cancel the current action.
Right soft key function. Press the alarm or mute / unmute
the microphone during a call.
5.3
Base station with telephone answering machine (TAM) control
(see P3)
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Meaning
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Find
tPress to find / page all registered handsets or the
wireless headset.
tPress and hold to put the base unit into registration
mode, when registering a new handset or headset.
10
Answer on/off
Press to turn on/off the answering machine.
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Delete
In idle mode: press and hold to delete all messages,
if all of the messages in the answering machine have
been reviewed.
During message playback: press to delete the current
message.
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Volume down
In idle mode, during message playback or during call
screening: decrease the loudspeaker volume by one
level (0 to 8).
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Volume up
In idle mode, during message playback or during call
screening: increase the loudspeaker volume by one
level (0 to 8).
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Repeat
During message playback: press once to repeat the
current message from the beginning. Press twice to
playback the previous message.
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Play / stop
In message playback mode: press to playback or stop
playing messages.
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Skip
In message playback mode: press to play the next
message.
5.4
Base two digit-LED display information
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Steadily on: answering machine is off.
00
Steadily on: there are no voice messages in the answering
machine.
09
Flash
in
idle
mode:
indicates
the
number
of
new
answering
machine
messages.
(e.g. there are 9 answering machine messages in total, with
a capacity for 59).
Flashing during message playing: The selected new
answering machine message is being played.
Steadily on: all the new messages have been read and there
are 9 answering machine messages in total.
FF
Flashing: TAM memory is full.
--
Flashing: time is not set and only old messages remain.
An/09
Flashing: indicates an incoming call / recording of an
incoming call.
The number (e.g. 09) indicates the total number of new
messages.
rA
Flashing: indicates the line remote access is in progress.
L3
Steadily on: indicates the base speaker volume level is 3.
Nine volume levels from L0 to L8 are provided (L0 means
ringer off).
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5.5
Overview of the wireless headset (see P4)
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Power / talk on/off
tIn idle mode: press and hold to power the wireless headset on
or off.
tDuring ringing: press to answer the call.
tDuring a call: press to end the call.
tDuring registration: press to exit the registration mode.
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Volume up / flash
tDuring a call: press to increase the earpiece volume. Press and
hold to answer a second incoming call.
tDuring ringing: press to increase the ringer volume.
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Volume down
tDuring a call: press to decrease the earpiece volume.
tDuring ringing: press to decrease the ringer volume.
Note:
If the wireless headset is not registered, press and hold volume up / flash
key together with volume down key to initiate the registration mode.
5.6
Wireless headset LED indicators
Purple
tSteadily on: the wireless headset is unregistered.
tFlashing: the wireless headset is registered, but the base
is not available (searching or out of range).
Blue
tSteadily on: when the headset is seated in the base and
fully charged.
tOnce the headset is successfully registered, the blue
light will flash on then off, for about three seconds at a
time, and emit a long beep.
tSingle flashing: the wireless headset is in idle mode and
off the base.
tDouble flashing: the wireless headset is on a call, and if
the signal becomes weak, double beeps will be heard.
tContinuously flashing: the wireless headset is ringing. A
ringing will also be heard in the earpiece.
Red
tSteadily on: when the wireless headset is charging on the
base.
tSingle flashing: indicates that the battery is low, the
unit is not on the base, and the headset will emit short
double beeps.
tDouble flashing: indicates that the battery is low while
the headset is in use and short double beeps will be
emitted.
tTriple flashing: indicates powering on/off the headset
and three short beeps will be emitted through the
earpiece.
Red/blue
tToggling display: the wireless headset is in registration
mode. When the headset is registered successfully, the
headset will beep for around 3 seconds.
5.7
Menu Structure
tIn idle mode, press to go to “CALL LIST“, the first option in the menu
list.
tPress / to go to other options in the menu list. Press OK to enter
a sub-menu or function.
tPress to go back to the previous level.
tRefer to the following for the menu structure.
5.8
Text and Digit Entry Table
The following table shows you where each letter and punctuation
character can be found, by using repeated presses of the alphanumeric
keypad. This will be helpful when storing a name in the phonebook and
renaming your handset.
In editing mode, a cursor is displayed to indicate the current text entry
position. It is positioned at the right of the last character entered.
Writing Tips:
tOnce a character is selected, the cursor will move to the next position
after a short pause.
tYou can move the cursor within the text with the / keys to amend
the text entry.
tPress to delete the last character.
tPress and hold to delete the entire text string.
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5.8.1
English Character Set
Key Press
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
*
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Alphanumeric Editing
Number Editing
(For phonebook name editing and renaming (For phone
handset)
number editing,
date/time editing)
1st
space
A
D
G
J
M
P
T
W
0
*
°
2nd 3rd
4th
B
E
H
K
N
Q
U
X
1
C
F
I
L
O
R
V
Y
2
3
4
5
6
S
8
Z
?
‘
/
,
\
-
5th
6th
7th
8th
7
9
(
&
)
9th 10th
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0, or P (if press and hold)
*
Some other characters are available with some of the alternative handset
language options.
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INSTALLING YOUR PHONE
6.1
Connecting the base station (see P5)
tPlug the power supply and telephone line cord into the base station.
tPlug the other end of the power adapter into a suitable 230 V AC mains
socket and the line cord into your telephone line socket.
Warning:
Use only the provided adaptor and telephone line cord supplied.
6.2
Installing and charging the batteries (see P6)
tPlace the 2 supplied batteries into the battery compartment with the
polarity markings as shown. Use only the NiMH rechargeable battery
type provided.
tPosition the battery compartment cover over the batteries and slide up
to click into place.
tPut the handset on the base and charge for 15 hours before using the
handset for the first time.
>The handset will give a beep when it is properly placed on the base
or charger.
6.3
Installing and charging the wireless headset (see P7)
tAttach the ear hook to the headset body as indicated, for either left or
right ear operation, according to your preference.
tPut the wireless headset on the base cradle for charging before using.
The LED on the headset will light red when it is first placed on the
charger, and will light blue when it is fully charged.
Note:
The headset battery is not a user-accessible or replaceable part.
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USING YOUR PHONE
7.1
Make a call
7.1.1 Preparatory dialling
tEnter the phone number and press to connect to the line and dial the
number.
>When entering the number, if you make a mistake, press to delete
digits.
7.1.2 Direct dialling
tPress to connect to the line and then enter the phone number.
7.1.3 Call from the phonebook
tPress , , OK to access the phonebook and press
desired phonebook entry.
tPress to dial out the selected phonebook entry.
/
to select the
Note:
The alphanumeric keys provide a short-cut to find entries beginning with
the corresponding letters.
7.1.4 Call from the call list (only available with caller display)
to access the call list and press / to select the desired call
tPress
list entry.
tPress to dial out the selected call list entry.
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Note:
You can also access the call list by pressing
twice.
7.1.5 Call from the redial list
to access the redial list and press /
tPress
redial number.
tPress to dial out the selected redial number.
to select the desired
7.1.6 Call timer
Your handset automatically times the duration of every call.
The call timer is displayed as soon as you answer a call or 15 seconds after
dialling and remains on the screen for 5 seconds after the end of the call.
It is shown in hours, minutes and seconds format (HH:MM:SS).
7.2
Answer a call
If the handset is not on the charging cradle:
tWhen the phone rings, press to answer a call.
Note:
If “AUTO ANSWER” is set to “ON”, then lifting the handset off the base or
charger will answer the call automatically and no keys need to be pressed.
7.3
End a call
to end the call.
tDuring a call press
OR
tPut the handset on the base station or charger to end the call.
7.4
Handset speakerphone
to alternate between hands-free
During a call, you can press
speakerphone and normal handset use.
7.5
Adjust volume
There are 5 levels (“VOLUME 1” to “VOLUME 5”) to choose from for each
of the earpiece and speaker volumes.
During a call:
tPress / to select volume 1-5. The current setting is shown.
>When you end the call, the setting will remain at the last selected
level.
7.6
Mute a call
You can talk to someone nearby without letting the caller hear you during
a call.
During a call:
tPress to mute the microphone and “MUTED” will display on the LCD.
Your caller cannot hear you.
tPress again to unmute the microphone.
7.7
Turn off the handset ringer
In idle, press and hold # to turn off the handset ringer. The
displayed on the LCD.
icon is
Note:
and show “CALL” or the caller
The display will still flash the call icon
display number, when there is an incoming call, even if the ringer is turned
off.
tTo turn the ringer back on, press and hold # again.
7.8
Turn on the keypad lock
You can lock the keypad so that it cannot be used accidentally while
carrying it around.
icon will
tIn idle, press and hold * to turn on the keypad lock and the
display.
Note:
You can still use to answer a call when the handset is ringing.
To turn the keypad lock off, press and hold * again.
7.9
Redial the last number
You can redial any of the 10 last numbers called. If you have stored a name
in phonebook to go with the number, the name will be displayed instead.
The most recent last number will display at the top of the redial list.
7.9.1 Redial a number from the redial list
to access the redial list.
tIn idle mode, press
Note:
If the redial list entry shows a name, press # to view the number of this
entry.
tPress
/
to browse the redial list.
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tPress
to dial to the selected redial number.
Note:
If there are no numbers in the redial list, the display shows “EMPTY”.
7.9.2 Store a redial number into the phonebook
tFollow Steps 1 and 2 in section 7.9.1.
tPress and / to select ”ADD TO PB”.
tPress OK and then enter the name you want to use in the phonebook.
tPress OK and then modify the number, if necessary.
tPress OK to show “MELODY 1“.
tPress / to browse the ringtone list. The respective ringtone will be
played when browsing the ringtone list.
Note
The selected melody will only be played when you receive a call if you
subscribe to Caller Display and the incoming number matches the stored
number.
tPress OK to confirm, and the entry will be stored.
7.9.3 Delete a redial number
tFollow Steps 1 and 2 in section 7.9.1.
tPress and / to select “DELETE“.
tPress OK to confirm, and the entry will be deleted.
7.9.4 Delete all redial list entries
tFollow Steps 1 and 2 in section 7.9.1.
tPress and / to select “DELETE ALL“.
tPress OK to display “CONFIRM?“.
tPress OK to confirm. All entries will be deleted and the display will show
“EMPTY“.
7.10
Find the handset
You can locate the handset by pressing the Find button in the middle
of the front of the base station. All the handsets registered to the base
will produce the paging tone and show “PAGING“ on the display for 60
seconds.
/ on any handset or
on
You can stop the paging by pressing /
the base again.
Note:
If there is an incoming call during paging, the phone will ring with the
incoming call instead of paging.
7.11
Make an internal call (Multi-handset versions only)
This feature is only applicable when there are at least two registered
handsets or at least one handset and a headset.
It allows you to make internal calls, transfer external calls from one
handset to another handset / headset and make conference calls. If the
called handset / headset is not answered within 60 seconds, the called
handset / headset will stop ringing and the calling handset will return to
standby mode.
Note:
If only one handset is registered to the base station, when
it will display “NOT POSSIBLE”.
is pressed,
7.11.1 Intercom another handset or headset
tIn idle mode, press and all the other registered handset / headset
numbers will display, along with a “9“.
tEnter the number of the handset / headset that you want to call, or enter
9 to call all handsets and headsets.
tThe called handset / headset rings and must be pressed on that
handset / headset to establish the intercom call.
Note:
If only one other handset / headset is registered to the base station,
pressing will call the other handset / headset immediately.
Note:
If there is an external call while you are on an intercom call, you‘ll hear
warning beeps, and you have to end the intercom call, before you can
answer the external call.
7.11.2 Call all handsets and headsets
tIn idle mode, press and the registered handset / headset numbers
will display.
tPress the 9 key to ring to all registered handsets / headsets.
7.11.3 Transfer an external call to another handset / headset
During an external call:
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tPress and / to select “INTERCOM“.
tPress OK to show all the other registered handset / headset numbers,
plus 9. Enter the number for the handset / headset you want to transfer
the call to.
tThe external call is put on hold automatically and the called handset /
headset rings.
tPress on the called handset / headset to establish an internal call.
on the calling handset or put the calling handset on the
tPress
charging cradle to end the current call with the external party.
>The external call is transferred to the called handset / headset.
Note:
If the other handset / headset has not answered the intercom call, you can
stop the intercom and return to the external call by pressing .
7.11.4 Make a 3-way conference call
The conference call feature allows one external call to be shared with two
handsets or one handset and a headset (in intercom). The three parties
can share the conversation and no additional network subscription is
required.
During an external call:
tFollow Steps 1 to 4 in section 7.11.3.
tPress and hold the star key * on the calling handset to establish the
conference call.
Either handset / headset can exit the conference by pressing , leaving
the other handset / headset still connected to the external call.
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PRIVATE PHONEBOOK
Each handset can store up to 50 private phonebook entries with names
and numbers. Each phonebook entry can have a maximum of 20
digits for the phone number and 12 characters for the name. You can
also select different ringtones for your phonebook entries. (Note: the
different ringtones only play when you receive a call if you subscribe to
caller display and the incoming number matches the stored number.)
Phonebook entries are stored alphabetically by name.
8.1
Add a new phonebook entry
In idle:
and
/
to select “PHONEBOOK” and then press OK to
tPress
access the phonebook.
tPress OK to show “ADD”.
tPress OK and then enter the name.
tPress OK and then enter the number.
tPress OK and / to select the desired ringtone for your phonebook
entry.
tPress OK to store the phonebook entry.
8.2
Search for a phonebook entry
In idle:
and
/
to select “PHONEBOOK” and then press OK to
tPress
access the phonebook.
tEnter the first letter of the name using the alphanumeric keys (e.g. if it
begins with C, press the 2 key three times) and then / to scroll to
the entry you want.
8.3
View a phonebook entry
In idle:
and
/
to select ”PHONEBOOK” and then press OK to
tPress
access the phonebook.
tPress / to select the desired phonebook entry.
tPress OK and / to select ”VIEW”.
tPress OK and / to review the name, number and ringtone of the
selected phonebook entry.
Note:
If the number is more than 12 digits, press
remaining digits.
OK or
to view the
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8.4
Edit a Phonebook Entry
In idle:
tPress
and
/
to select “PHONEBOOK“ and then press
access the phonebook.
tPress / to select the desired phonebook entry.
tPress OK and / to select “EDIT“.
tPress OK to display the current name.
tEdit the name and press OK.
tEdit the number and press OK.
tPress / to select the ringtone and press OK to confirm.
8.5
Delete a Phonebook Entry
In idle:
and
/
to select “PHONEBOOK“ and then press
tPress
access the phonebook.
tPress / to select the desired phonebook entry.
tPress OK and / to select “DELETE“.
tPress OK to confirm, and the entry will be deleted.
OK to
OK to
8.6
Delete all Phonebook entries
tPress
and
/
to select “PHONEBOOK“ and then press OK to
access the phonebook.
tPress OK and / to select “DELETE ALL“.
tPress OK to display “CONFIRM?“.
tPress OK to confirm. All entries will be deleted and the display will show
“EMPTY“.
8.7
Check the Phonebook Usage
You can check how many phonebook entries are stored in your handset
and how many phonebook entries are available for you to store in the
phonebook.
and
/
to select “PHONEBOOK“ and then press OK to
tPress
access the phonebook.
tPress OK and / to select “PB STATUS“.
tPress OK to display how much of the phonebook is being used,
for example “14/50“ means 14 entries are stored out of the total 50
available spaces.
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CALLER DISPLAY (NETWORK DEPENDENT)
This feature is available if you have subscribed to the calling line
identification service with your network service provider. Your phone can
store up to 20 received calls with date/time information in the call list. The
number will be shown on the handset display when the phone is ringing.
If the number matches with one of the entries in your private phonebook,
the caller‘s name stored in the private phonebook will be displayed
alternately with the number, and the handset will ring with the ringtone
associated with that phonebook entry.
If the call is from someone who withheld their number, “WITHHELD” will
display.
If the call is from someone whose number is unavailable, e.g. an
international call or from a private exchange, “OUT OF AREA” will display.
If you‘ve got new caller display records, the handset will display “X NEW
CALLS“ in standby mode. The new calls indication will remain until all the
new call records have been viewed on that handset.
9.1
View the call list
All received calls are saved in the call list with the latest call at the top of
the list. When the call list is full, the oldest call will be replaced by a new
call. Any unanswered calls which have not been viewed are marked with a
icon at the centre of the bottom line of the display.
to access the call list.
tPress
OR Press and / to show “CALL LIST”, then press OK.
tPress / to select the desired entry.
tPress # to view the caller’s number if applicable.
/
to show “DETAILS”, and then OK to display the date
tPress ,
and time of the call.
tPress OK to go back to the previous screen.
9.2
Store a call list number into the phonebook
tFollow Steps 1 and 2 in Section 9.1.
tPress and / to show “ADD TO PB“.
tPress OK and then enter the name.
tPress OK and the selected call list number is displayed.
tEdit the number if necessary.
tPress OK and / to select the ringtone.
tPress OK to store the phonebook entry and return to the calls list.
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9.3
Delete an entry in the call list
tFollow steps 1 and 2 in section 9.1.
tPress and / to select “DELETE”.
tPress OK to confirm.
9.4
Delete all call list entries
Follow steps 1 and 2 in section 9.1.
tPress and / to select “DELETE ALL”.
tPress OK to display “CONFIRM?”.
tPress OK to confirm.
>All entries will be deleted and the display will show “EMPTY”.
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PHONE SETTINGS
Your phone comes with a selection of settings that you can change to
personalise your phone the way you like it to work.
10.1
Date and Time Settings
If you subscribe to Caller Display the time and date settings will be
automatically updated by the network when you receive an incoming call.
The Caller Display service only sends the month and date, not the year, so
you may need to set the year.
10.1.1 Change the Date Format
tPress and / to select “HS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “DATE & TIME“.
tPress OK and / to select “DATE FORMAT“.
tPress OK and / to select your desired date format (“DD-MM-YY“
or “MM-DD-YY“ ).
tPress OK to confirm.
10.1.2 Change the Time Format
tPress and / to select “HS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “DATE & TIME“.
tPress OK and / to select “TIME FORMAT“.
/
to select your desired time format (“12 HR“ or
tPress OK and
“24 HR“).
tPress <MENU/OK> to confirm.
10.1.3 Set the Time
tPress and / to select “HS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “DATE & TIME“.
tPress OK and / to select “SET TIME“.
tPress OK and then enter the time information in 24 hour format.
tPress OK to confirm.
Note:
If time has been set before, the current time will display, otherwise,
“HH:MM” will display.
10.1.4 Set the Date
tPress and / to select “HS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “DATE & TIME“.
tPress OK and / to select “SET DATE“.
tPress OK and then enter the date information in the format you set in
Section 10.1.1.
tPress OK to confirm.
Note:
If date has been set before, the current date will display, otherwise, “DDMM-YY” will display.
10.2
Alarm settings
You can set an alarm time on this phone. When an alarm is set, the alarm
is shown on the handset display. When the alarm time is reached,
icon
and “ALARM ON” flash on the handset display, and
the alarm icon
the alarm tone rings for 45 seconds. You can press any key to disable the
alarm.
If the snooze function is activated, the alarm will sound again at the end of
the snooze period of seven minutes. You can also press and hold while
the alarm is sounding, to stop the alarm and turn off the snooze function.
Note:
tA key press will still disable the alarm even if the handset keypad is
locked when the alarm rings.
tThe alarm volume level is the same as the settings of the handset ringer
volume. If the handset ringer is set to “VOLUME OFF“, the alarm still
sounds at “VOLUME 1“ level.
tDuring an external call or internal call, if an alarm is set and when the
and “ALARM ON” will still flash. An alarm
alarm time is reached, the
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tone will be emitted from the earpiece to alert the user the alarm time
to disable the
Once the user presses any key or presses and holds.
alarm, the display will revert to the call duration.
tDuring paging or ringing, the alarm will not sound when the alarm time
isreached. However, if the snooze function is enabled and there is no
paging or ringing, the alarm will sound again at the end of the snooze
period.
10.2.1 Turn on/off the alarm
tPress and / to select “HS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “ALARM“.
tPress OK and / to select “ON/OFF“.
tPress OK to confirm.
Note:
If ON is selected, you will be asked to set the alarm time.
10.2.2 Set the alarm time (if alarm time is set to be ON)
tFollow Steps 1 to 4 in Section 10.2.1.
tEnter the alarm time in 24 hour format.
tPress OK to display “SNOOZE“.
tPress OK and / to select snooze “ON“ or “OFF“.
tPress OK to confirm.
10.3
Handset settings
10.3.1 Set the ringer melody for internal calls
tPress and / to select “HS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “RING SETUP.“
tPress OK and / to select “INT RING“.
tPress OK and / to select the melody you want to hear for internal
calls.
Note:
The respective melody will be played while browsing the ringtone list.
tPress OK to confirm.
10.3.2 Set the ringer melody for external calls
tPress and / to select “HS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “RING SETUP“.
tPress OK and
tPress OK and
calls.
/
/
to select “EXT RING“.
to select melody you want to hear for external
Note:
The respective melody will be played while browsing the ringtone list.
tPress OK to confirm.
10.3.3 Set the Ringer Volume
tPress and / to select “HS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “RING SETUP“.
tPress OK and / to select “RING VOLUME“.
/
to select the desired ringer volume (a total of 6
tPress OK and
ringer volume levels including “VOLUME OFF“).
Note:
The respective ringer volume will be played during your selection. If
icon will be displayed.
“VOLUME OFF“ is selected, the
tPress OK to confirm.
10.3.4 Set Alert Tones
Three different alert tones are set on by default, but can be turned off, if
desired. Key Tone - a single beep is emitted when you press a key.
Low Battery Tone - emitted while you are talking on the phone to alert you
that you need to charge the handset batteries.
Out of Range Tone - emitted while you are talking on the phone to alert
you to move closer to the base unit, before the call is lost.
tPress and / to select “HS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “TONE SETUP“.
tPress OK and / to select “KEY TONE“ / “BATTERY TONE“ / “OUT
OF RANGE“.
tPress OK and / to turn on or off these tones.
tPress OK to confirm.
10.3.5 Set the handset language
tPress and / to select “HS SETTINGS”.
tPress OK and / to select “LANGUAGE”.
tPress OK and / to select the desired language.
tPress OK to confirm.
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10.3.6 Rename the handset
tPress and / to select “HS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “RENAME HS“.
to delete
tPress OK and change the name of your handset, using
letters and the alphanumeric keys to enter up to 10 letters for the name.
tPress OK to confirm.
10.3.7 Choose the information to be displayed in idle
You can choose to display the time or handset name in your idle screen.
tPress and / to select “HS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “HS DISPLAY“.
tPress OK and / to select “HANDSET NAME“ or “TIME“.
tPress OK to confirm.
Note:
If “TIME“ is selected, but no time has been set the display still shows the
time starting from 00--00 after power-up or a reset.
10.3.8 Set the auto answer
If you turn on the auto answer, you can answer a call automatically by just
lifting the handset off the base or charger, without having to press any key.
tPress and / to select “HS SETTINGS”.
tPress OK and / to select “AUTO ANSWER”.
tPress OK and / to turn on or off the auto answer feature.
tPress OK to confirm.
10.4
Base Settings
10.4.1 Set the Base Ringer Melody
tPress and / to select “BS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “BS RINGER“.
/
to select the desired melody you want from a
tPress OK and
choice of 5.
Note:
The respective ringer melody will be played while browsing the melody
list.
tPress OK to confirm.
10.4.2 Set the Ringer Volume
tPress and / to select “BS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “RING VOLUME“.
/
to select the desired ringer volume (a total of 6
tPress OK and
ringer volume levels including “VOLUME OFF“).
Note:
The respective ringer volume will be played during your selection.
tPress OK to confirm.
10.4.3 De-register a Handset
This operation should only be necessary if one of your handsets becomes
faulty or lost and needs to be replaced.
You will need to enter the 4-digit system PIN (Default PIN is 0000) in order
to de-register a handset from the base station. A de-registered handset
will have the antenna flashing and “REGISTER“ on the display.
Note:
You cannot de-register the handset that you are currently using.
tPress and / to select “BS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “DELETE HS“.
tPress OK and the display shows “PIN?----“.
tEnter the 4-digit system PIN.
tPress OK and the first handset number is displayed.
tPress / to step through the list of registered handsets, and select
the number of the handset you want to de-register.
tPress OK to confirm, and the chosen handset will be de-registered.
10.4.4 Change the Flash (Recall) Time
You may need to change the recall (flash) time if your phone is connected
to a PBX. The recall time options are “SHORT“ (the default value of
100ms), “MEDIUM“ (300ms) or “LONG“ (600ms).
tPress and / to select “BS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “FLASH TIME“.
/
to select your desired flash time (“SHORT“,
tPress OK and
“MEDIUM“, “LONG“, with the current setting indicated by an asterisk.
tPress OK to confirm.
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10.4.5 Change the System PIN Code
A 4-digit system PIN code is used for changing the system settings of the
base station. It is used to protect your phone against unauthorised use.
The default system PIN code is 0000.
tPress and / to select “BS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “CHANGE PIN“.
tPress OK and the display shows “PIN?------“.
tEnter the old system PIN.
tPress OK to display “NEW PIN?------“, and enter your new 4-digit
system PIN.
tPress OK to display “CONFIRM?------“, and enter your new 4-digit
system PIN again.
Note:
If the new PIN entered in Step 6 is not the same as the new system PIN
entered in Step 5 you must enter the new system PIN at step 5 again.
tPress OK to confirm.
10.4.6 PBX ACCESS
If you use the phone on a PBX that needs an access digit to get an external
line, a single digit can be set to dial automatically before any Phonebook
or Calls List number.
tPress and / to select “BS SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “PBX ACCESS“.
tPress OK to show “CODE“, then enter your access digit (1-0) and press
OK to confirm it and activate the feature.
Note:
Press
10.5
to delete any access digit, and deactivate the feature.
Registration
Important:
When you purchase your phone, all handsets are already registered to
your base, so you do not need to register them.
Handset registration is only necessary when you buy extra handsets or if a
handset has become faulty.
You can register additional handsets to have up to five handsets per base
unit, with each handset‘s number (1 to 5) shown on its display. (Note: each
handset can only be registered to one base.)
10.6
To register a new handset to your base:
on the base station for more than five seconds, to
tPress and hold
put the base station into registration mode. It will stay in registration
mode for about 1 minute, so the following handset sequence must be
completed within this time.
tPress and / to select “REGISTRATION”.
tPress OK to display “PIN?------”.
tEnter the 4-digit system pin (default “0000”).
tPress OK to confirm, and the display will show “PLEASE WAIT”.
If the handset registration is successful, you will hear a confirmation tone
will stop flashing.
and the
The handset will automatically be allocated the next available handset
number. This handset number is shown in the handset display in standby
will still flash.
mode. If the handset registration is unsuccessful, the
10.7
To register an additional wireless headset
Important:
The wireless headset is pre-registered when supplied and should not
need to be registered. Headset registration is only necessary when you
buy a new headset or if it has lost its registration, and the headset LED
is purple.
Note:
Before trying to register a headset to the base station, make sure the base
station system pin code is set to “0000”, otherwise you will not be able to
register the headset.
tPress and hold volume up key 18 together with volume down key 19
to put the headset into registration mode. The LED on the wireless
headset will toggle between red and blue.
tPress and hold on the base station for more than five seconds, to put
the base station into registration mode.
tPlace the unregistered wireless headset on the base charging bay.
tThe headset LED will flash blue for about 3 seconds and a long beep
tone is generated if the registration is successful.
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Note:
If the headset LED flashes slowly in purple, it means that the headset is
registered but the base is not available.
10.8
Reset your phone
You can reset your phone to the default settings. After a reset, all your
personal settings, call list entries, redial list entries, and answering machine
messages will be deleted but your phonebook remains unchanged.
tPress and / to select “DEFAULT”.
tPress OK to display “PIN?-----”.
tEnter the 4-digit system PIN (default “0000”).
tPress OK to display “CONFIRM?”.
tPress OK to confirm, and the phone will be reset to its default settings.
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ANSWERING MACHINE
Your phone includes a telephone answering machine that records
unanswered calls when it is on.The answering machine can store up to
59 messages within the maximum recording time of approximately 15
minutes. As well as recording incoming messages, you can record memos
for other users of your phone.
If the answering machine memory is full, the handset will display “TAM
FULL” alternately with the handsets name or time, depending on the
handset standby display mode set. You will have to delete some messages
before any new ones can be recorded.
Some answering machine functions can be operated from the base,
including playing messages and turning the answering machine on or
off. The answering machine can also be controlled and set up using the
handset menu functions, as below.
11.1
Turn on/off the answering machine
You can turn the answering machine on or off using the handset.
When the answering machine is set to “ON”, calls will be answered after
the set answer delay and the caller can then leave you a message.
When the answering machine is set to “OFF”, calls will be answered after
14 rings and the answer only message will be played to your callers. They
will not be able to leave you a message.
tPress
and
/
to select “ANS. MACHINE”.
tPress OK and / to select “TAM ON/OFF”.
tPress OK and / to select “ON” or “OFF”.
tPress OK to confirm.
displays on the handset LCD.
>If answering machine is set to “ON”,
will not display on the
>If answering machine is set to “OFF”,
handset LCD.
11.2
Listen to the messages in the answering machine
When new messages are recorded on the answering machine, the
flashes on the handset display until all the new messages are played. After
a new message is played it will be saved as an old message automatically
unless it is deleted.
Old messages will be played after all new messages are all played.
tPress and / to select “ANS. MACHINE”.
tPress OK and / to select “MSG PLAYBACK”.
tPress OK to start message playback through the loudspeaker and the
screen displays the date and time information of the message received.
Note:
is placed at the centre of the bottom of the handset display to
A
indicate that it is a new message.
will disappear and will not be
When a message has been played, the
shown when you listen to this message again.
Note:
If there are no messages, the handset display will briefly show “00-00 0000“ then return to “MSG PLAYBACK”.
or
to increase or decrease the
tDuring message playback, press
to go between earpiece and
message playback volume or press
loudspeaker
and
/
to select the following functions during message
tPress
playback:
STOP
Stop the playback and return to the “ANS. MACHINE“
menu.
FORWARD
Skip to play the next message.
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PREVIOUS
Repeat playing the current message from the
beginning.
DELETE
Delete the current message and the next message will
be played.
Note:
Alternatively, you can use the following shortcut keys to control different
operations during message playback.
tPress key 5 to stop message playback.
tPress key 4 once to skip to repeat playing the current message from the
beginning. Press twice to skip backward to play the previous message.
tPress key 6 to skip to play next message.
tPress key 2 to delete the current message playback.
11.3
Delete all messages in the answering machine
tPress and / to select “ANS. MACHINE“.
tPress OK and / to select “DELETE ALL“.
tPress OK to display “CONFIRM?“
tPress OK to delete all old messages.
Note:
If there are no more messages in the answering machine, “EMPTY“ will
display and return back to “ANS. MACHINE“ menu.
11.4
Record memo
You can record a memo message for another user. When you record a
memo, the message counter will increase by one and the message can
be played back in the same way as answering machine messages. Memo
recording can still function even when the answering machine is turned
off.
tPress and / to select “ANS. MACHINE“.
tPress OK and / to select “MEMO“.
tPress OK to start memo recording and “RECORDING” is displayed.
tPress OK to stop memo recording and save the memo.
OR
to stop memo recording without saving and return back to
tPress
“ANS. MACHINE“ menu.
11.5
Answering machine settings
You can use the “TAM SETTINGS“ menu through the handset to change
the settings of your answering machine.
11.5.1 Set the answer mode
By default, the answer machine is set in “ANS & REC“ mode which allows
callers to leave a message. This mode can be changed to “ANSWER
ONLY“, which does not allow callers to leave a message. In that case,
your callers will be prompted to call back later.
tPress and / to select “ANS. MACHINE“.
tPress OK and / to select “TAM SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “ANSWER MODE“.
tPress OK and / to select “ANS & REC“ or “ANSWER ONLY“.
tPress OK to confirm.
When your answering machine memory is full and it is in “ANS & RECORD“,
the answer mode will change to “ANSWER ONLY“ automatically. It will
return to “ANS & RECORD“ mode automatically after some messages
have been deleted.
11.5.2 Record your own outgoing message (OGM)
You can record your own OGM for “ANS & REC“ mode or “ANSWER
ONLY“ mode. When you record your own OGM, it will be used when the
answering machine answers the call. If your personalised OGM is deleted,
the pre-set OGM will be restored automatically.
tPress and / to select “ANS. MACHINE”.
tPress OK and / to select “TAM SETTINGS”.
tPress OK and / to select “OGM SETTINGS”.
tPress OK and / to select “ANS & RECORD” or “ANSWER ONLY”.
tPress OK and / to select “RECORD MESS”.
tPress OK to start recording your personalised OGM and “RECORDING”
is displayed on the screen.
tPress OK to stop and save your personalised OGM.
>Your newly saved OGM will playback automatically.
to return to previous screen without saving the
tAlternatively, press
personalised OGM.
11.5.3 Playback and delete the outgoing message (OGM)
You can playback your own personalised OGM or the pre-set OGM for
“ANS & REC“ mode or “ANSWER ONLY“ mode and choose to delete
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your personalised OGM during playback and record a new one whenever
you want. Please note that pre-set OGM cannot be deleted.
11.5.3.1 Playback the OGM
tPress and / to select “ANS. MACHINE“.
tPress OK and / to select “TAM SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “OGM SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “ANS & REC“ or “ANSWER ONLY“.
tPress OK and / to select “PLAYBACK“.
tPress OK to playback your current OGM and “PLAYING OGM“ is
displayed on the screen.
tPress OK to stop the OGM playback and return to the previous menu.
Note:
If a personalised OGM has not been recorded, the pre-set OGM will be
played.
11.5.3.2 Delete the personalised OGM
tRepeat Steps 1 to 6 in Section 11.5.3.1
while the OGM is playing to delete your personalised OGM
tPress
and return to the previous menu and the pre-set OGM is restored
automatically.
Note:
If the pre-set OGM is playing, you are not allowed to delete it, so
will just stop the playback and return to the previous menu.
pressing
11.5.4 Set the answer delay
You can set the number of rings before the answering machine answers
and starts playing your OGM. You can set the answering machine to
answer after two to eight rings or “TIME SAVER“. If Time Saver is set the
answering machine will answer after 4 rings if there are no new messages,
or after 2 rings if there is a new message, so if you call in and you don‘t
get an answer after 2 or 3 rings, you can hang up and save on call charges.
tPress and / to select “ANS. MACHINE“.
tPress OK and / to select “TAM SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “ANSWER DELAY“ (Available options: 2
RINGS, 4 RINGS, 6 RINGS, 8 RINGS or “TIME SAVER“).
tPress OK and / to select your desired answer delay.
tPress OK to confirm.
11.5.5 Set the recording time of incoming message
You can set the maximum length of the recording time of the incoming
messages.
tPress and / to select “ANS. MACHINE“.
tPress OK and / to select “TAM SETTINGS“.
/
to select “RECORD TIME“ (Available options:
tPress OK and
“60S“, “120S“, “180S“, or “UNLIMITED“).
tPress OK and / to select your desired recording time.
tPress OK to confirm.
11.5.6 Call screening
When the answering machine is on and takes a call, you can listen to
the caller leaving a message. You can then identify the caller and decide
whether to take the call in person. The call can be screened at the base
and with any handset.
11.5.6.1 Screening at the base
By default, answering machine calls are played automatically through the
base speaker and the volume can be adjusted with the VOL + and VOL keys on the base. If you don‘t want the caller to be heard when leaving a
message, the base screening can be turned off.
tPress and / to select “ANS MACHINE“.
tPress OK and / to select “TAM SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “BS SCREENING“.
tPress OK and / to select “OFF“ or “ON“. (The current setting will
be indicated by a *.)
tPress OK to confirm the setting.
11.5.6.2 Screening with a handset
If the answering machine is set to ON, when there is an incoming message,
the handset will display “SCREENING?”
tPress OK to start call screening. Any Handset can listen to who is leaving
the message and decide whether to pick up the call or not.
tThe handset will display “SCREENING”.
tYou can adjust the earpiece volume by pressing / .
OR
to return to previous screen and you cannot hear the
tPress
recording. At any time if you want to pick up the call, you can press and
the message recording will be stopped automatically. If the answering
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machine is in the process of recording, the message already stored will
be saved.
11.5.7 Change the compression rate
Three different compression rates (“HIGH“, “MEDIUM“ and “LOW“) are
provided for you to select different quality levels of recording incoming
message. The lower the compression rate, the higher the recording
quality level attained, but the shorter the total recording time available.
(“LOW“=7 minutes, “MEDIUM“=10 minutes, “HIGH“=15 minutes
approx).
tPress and / to select “ANS. MACHINE“.
tPress OK and / to select “TAM SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “COMPRESSION“.
tPress OK and / to select your desired compression rate.
tPress OK to confirm.
11.5.8 Activate remote access
Your phone lets you check your messages, or otherwise operate your
answering machine, by calling the answering machine when you are away
from home and then dialling a 4-digit remote access PIN from a tonedialling phone. The 4-digit remote access PIN code is used to prevent
other people from unauthorised access of your answering machine.
Note:
Remote Access must be turned on if you want to be able to use this
feature, see 8.5.8.2.
11.5.8.1 Change the 4-digit remote access PIN
tPress and / to select “ANS. MACHINE“.
tPress OK and / to select “TAM SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “CHANGE PIN“.
tPress OK and enter the old PIN. (Default Remote Access PIN is 0000).
tPress OK and enter the new PIN.
tPress OK and enter the new PIN again.
Note:
If the new PIN entered in Step 6 is not the same as the new system PIN
entered in Step 5, you must enter the new system PIN at step 5 again.
tPress OK to reconfirm.
11.5.8.2 Activate or deactivate the remote access
tPress and / to select “ANS. MACHINE“.
tPress OK and / to select “TAM SETTINGS“.
tPress OK and / to select “REMOTE ACC“.
tPress OK and / to select “ON“ or “OFF“ to turn the remote access
on or off respectively.
tPress OK to confirm.
11.5.8.3 Access your answering machine remotely
You can ring your phone from another tone-dialling phone to switch the
answering machine on or off, and/or listen to your messages remotely.
tPlace a call from a tone-dialling phone to your phone.
tWhen the answering machine answers the call and starts playing the
OGM, press the * key. The OGM will stop playing
tEnter the 4-digit Remote Access PIN (default PIN is 0000). You will hear
a single beep if the PIN is accepted, and you will need to press 5 to start
playing any messages. If the PIN is not accepted you will hear a triple
error beep, and you will need to enter the PIN again.
Note:
The * must be entered while the OGM is still playing, and the 4-digit PIN
should be follow without any delays.
Note:
If the 4-digit Remote Access PIN is entered incorrectly three times
consecutively, the line will be released automatically.
tPress the following keys to carry out your desired function.
(Default Remote Access PIN is 0000) to activate the remote access feature.)
Note:
If your answering machine is switched off, the phone will enter into the
remote access mode after 14 rings. You can then enter the * key and the
4-digit remote access PIN (Default Remote Access PIN is 0000) to activate
the remote access feature.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
No dialling tone when
pressing key
When connect to
a PBX, no and/or
wrong connection
after dialling.
„SEARCHING“
is displayed.
The call does not work.
Causes
Solutions
t Base station out
of range.
t Base station not
connected to mains.
Service not activated or
wrong setting.
Reduce the range.
Connect base
station to mains.
t The connection cord
t Check the connections.
of the base station
Unplug and plug back
is not plugged in.
in the mains. Check
t The adapter cord is not
that the telephone cord
plugged in correctly
has been plugged into
in the base station.
the base station and
t Another handset
the phone socket.
is using the base
t Check the base station
to make a call.
plug and the 230V plug
t Wrong telephone
(remove and plug-in).
line cord
t Wait until the line
is unoccupied.
t Use the original
telephone line
cord supplied
Dialling prefix is needed. Insert the dialling prefix.
No display.
Empty battery.
The unit does not
record new messages.
The caller cannot
leave a message.
The answering machine
is turned off.
t The answering machine
is turned off.
t Message memory is full.
t ANSWER ONLY
mode is set.
Answering machine
Check your Subscription
with network or change
the dial mode.
Recharge battery.
Turn on the answering
machine.
t Turn on the answering
machine.
t Erase unnecessary
messages.
t Change to ANS
& REC mode.
I cannot operate
the answering
machine remotely.
While recording an
outgoing message or
listening to messages,
the unit rings and
recording stops.
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t You are entering
the wrong remote
access code
t You are pressing the
dial keys too quickly.
t You are using a
pulse telephone.
A call is being received.
t If you forget the remote
access code, reset to
the default settings.
t Press each key firmly.
t Try again using a
touch tone phone.
Answer the incoming
call and try again to
record your out going
message later.
GUARANTEE AND SERVICE
The phone is guaranteed for 24 months from the date of purchase shown
on your sales receipt. This guarantee does not cover any faults or defects
caused by accidents, misuse, fair wear and tear, neglect, faults on the
telephone line, lightning, tampering with the equipment, or any attempt
at adjustment or repair other than through approved agents.
Please keep your sales (till) receipt this is your proof of guarantee.
13.1
While the unit is under guarantee
tDisconnect the base unit from the telephone line and the mains
electricity supply.
tPack up all parts of your phone system, using the original package.
tReturn the unit to the shop where you bought it, making sure you take
your sales receipt.
tRemember to include the mains adapter.
13.2
After the guarantee has expired
If the unit is no longer under Guarantee, contact us via
www.aegtelephones.eu
This product works with rechargeable batteries only. If you put
nonrechargeable batteries in the handset and place it on the base, the
handset will be damaged and this in NOT covered under the warranty
conditions.
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TECHNICAL DETAILS
Standard
Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication
(DECT)
Frequency range
1.88 to 1.9 GHz (bandwidth = 20 MHz)
Channel
bandwidth
1.728 MHz
Operating range
Up to 300 m outdoors; up to 50 m indoors
For headset: up to 150 m outdoors; up to 25 m
indoors
Operating time
Standby: 100 hours; talking: 10 hours
Battery charge time: 15 hours
For headset: standby: 50 hours; talking: 6 hours;
battery charge time: 15 hours
Temperature
range
Operating 0° C to 40° C; storage -20° C to 60° C
Electrical power
Base unit:
Sunstrong: SSA-10W2 EU 058100/058060H
input 200-240 V~50 Hz 0,3 A;
output 1: 5,8V DC 600 mA,
output 2: 5,8V DC 1000 mA
Charger unit:
Ten Pao: S004LB0600030 / S004LV0600030
input 100-240 V AC 50/60 Hz 150 mA;
output 6 V DC 300 mA
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CE DECLARATION
This product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of the R&TTE directive 1999/5/EC.
The Declaration of conformity can be found on: www.aegtelephones.eu
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DISPOSAL OF THE DEVICE (ENVIRONMENT)
At the end of the product lifecycle, you should not throw this product
into the normal household garbage but bring the product to a collection
point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. The symbol
on the product, user guide and/or box indicate this. Some of the product
materials can be re-used if you bring them to a recycling point. By reusing
some parts or raw materials from used products you make an important
contribution to the protection of the environment. Please contact your
local authorities in case you need more information on the collection
points in your area.
Batteries must be removed before disposing of the device. Dispose of
the batteries in an environmental manner according to your country
regulations.
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CLEANING AND CARE
Do not clean any part of your phone with benzene, thinners or other
solvent chemicals as this may cause permanent damage which is not
covered by the Guarantee.
When necessary, clean it with a damp cloth.
Keep your phone system away from hot, humid conditions or strong
sunlight, and don‘t let it get wet.
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© 2012 Binatone Electronics International Limited
All rights reserved
Subject to avaibility. Rights of modification reserved.
AEG is a registered trademark used under license from AB Electrolux (publ)
www.aegtelephones.eu
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