BT 4016 Classic User guide

BT 4016 Classic User guide
The Art of Communication
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This equipment is not designed for making emergency telephone calls when the power fails.
Alternative arrangements should be made for access to emergency services.
This product is intended for registration to any base in the BT Diverse 4000 range.
It may also be registered to other GAP compatible bases, with possible limited availability
of some functions
Diverse 4000 Classic
Handset & Charger
Digital Cordless Telephone
User
Guide
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Please open this page for an
‘At a glance’ guide to your
Diverse 4000 Classic.
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At a glance
In use light
Display
Lights up to indicate
an incoming call, an
alarm call or when the
handset is in use.
Displays the status of
your handset.
Option buttons
Lets you select from
the menu options
shown on the display.
Directory
Used to store and
dial numbers in the
directory.
Red phone
To end a call, return to
idle and turn the
power off and on.
One button
Apart from being the
number one button,
hold down to access your
Voice Mail service or
answering machine.
Green phone
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9WXYZ
Star/Bell
Switches the handset
ringer on and off.
0
R
For use with switchboards
and certain Network
Services.
Microphone
1
R
For making and
answering calls.
Keypad
Hash/Keyguard
䊳
Switches the keypad
guard on and off.
Extra Directory
Used to store
10 additional names
and numbers.
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Handset display
Idle Screen
->->
INT
MENU
Press the left side of the
button for INT or the
right side of the button
for MENU.
Press the left side of the
button for
and the
right side of the button
for
when going
through menu options
Display option buttons
The OPTION buttons allow you to
select options within each menu
that are shown on the display.
Charger
Contact points
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In this guide
At a glance
1
Menu structure
4
Quick guide (functions)
6
Quick guide to handset
display icons
7
Introduction
8
Unpacking your Diverse 4000
Classic handset & charger
8
For your records
8
Safety information
9
Setting up
10
Plan the location
10
Connect to the power supply 10
Alarm clock
22
Caller Display and other
Select Services
23
Caller Display
23
Calls list
23
Call Waiting
26
Call Divert
27
Withhold number
28
Ring Back
28
Voice Mail
29
Handset settings
Keyguard
31
33
Help
36
General information
38
Register and charge
the handset
Guarantee
38
11
Technical information
39
Set the date and time
13
Switchboard compatibility
39
15
Setting pauses
41
Using the telephone
Making and ending calls
15
Name and number directory
16
Extra directory
19
Redial
19
Secrecy
20
Internal calls
21
Index
43
Hints and tips boxes
In this user guide, we’ve included
helpful tips and important notes.
They are shown in boxes like this.
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Menu Structure
1 Sel Services
1-1 Withhold No.
1-2 Call Waiting
1-3 Ringback Off
1-4 Call Divert
2 Alarm Clock
3 Audio Set
5 Base Set
Enter alarm call time
3-1 H/Set Vol
set
3-2 Ringer
set
3-3 Melody
set
5-1 Audio Set up
5-2 Date/Time
5-1-2 Ringer Vol
set
5-1-3 Melody
set
5-2-1 Date Set
5-2-2 Clock Set
5-2-3 Clock Mode
5-2-3-1 24H
5-2-3-2 12H
5-3 System PIN
enter
5-4 Base Reset
default
5-5 Add Features
5-5-1 Dial Mode
5-5-1-1 Tone
5-5-1-2 Pulse
5-5-1-3 DTMF-EARTH
5-5-2 tbr
100 MS
120 MS
180 MS
250 MS
300 MS
600 MS
5-5-3 Repeater
on/off
5-5-4 Barge In
on/off
Input No.
6 Voice Mail
6-1 Set key 1
6-1-1 Mailbox
7 Register hs
PIN
enter
Please note
If your handset is registered to a Diverse 4000 answering machine base, you will
have additional menus in No.6 Voice Mail. Please refer to your Diverse 4016
guide to see what further menus are now available.
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Menu structure for directory, redial list, extra directory
Opens directory
Opens redial list
䊳
1. Edit entry
Opens extra directory
2. New entry
3. Show entry
4. Del entry
Menu structure for message handling
1 Ans M 01 / 02
Press
(If handset is registered to an answering machine base)
to open list
2 Mailbox
Takes you into your network messaging service
Press
e.g Call Minder (requires subscription)
to open list
3 Calls 02 / 06
3-1 Delete
delete entry
Press
3-2 Copy To Dir
copy no. to directory
to open list
3-3 Time
display date/time
3-4 Status
indicate new/old
3-4-1 Missed
3-4-2 All
3-5 List Mode
3-6 Delete List
IMPORTANT
If you make a mistake, you can return to the previous menu by pressing the
RED PHONE button. If you keep pressing the RED PHONE button you will
return to the idle screen.
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Quick guide
Commonly used handset functions and settings
Switch handset on/off
Hold down
Switch keyguard on/off
Hold down
Switch handset
ringer on/off
Hold down
Make an external call
To end a call
Redial a number
Select one of last 5 numbers
To store a number in
the directory
MENU
COPY TO DIR
OK
OK
Add number
SAVE
Dial from the directory
Dial from the Calls list
Handset volume
MENU
Make internal call
INT
Call all, or
Transfer call to handset
INT
Handset number (eg. 2)
Set date
MENU
AUDIO SET
BASE SET
Enter the date
Set time
MENU
OK
OK
DATE/TIME
OK
OK
DATE/TIME
OK
OK
DATE SET
CLOCK SET
OK
Set the alarm
MENU
ALARM CLOCK
OK
Cancel the alarm
MENU
ALARM CLOCK
OK
6
H/SET VOL
OK
BASE SET
Enter time
OK
Enter the alarm time
OK
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Quick guide to handset
display icons
Redial, lists up to the last 5 dialled number.
Indicates messages in the Calls list.
Flashes to indicate new messages.
For calling other handsets.
Opens the menu.
Shows the status of the handset battery.
Scroll through the menu.
Confirms the function displayed.
Scroll left and right when entering numbers or messages.
Deletes numbers/characters (from left to right).
Do not disturb/No tones.
Handset locked.
Displayed when the Alarm clock is set.
eg.
Shows the number of the handset and is displayed in top left hand corner.
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Introduction
Unpacking your Diverse
4000 Classic handset &
charger
INTRODUCTION
If anything is missing, please
contact your place of purchase
immediately.
One Diverse 4000
Classic handset
2 ABC
1
4 GHI
7PQRS
5 JKL
8 TUV
Please note
Your Diverse 4000 Classic handset
and charger can be used with any
product in the Diverse range,
(apart from the Diverse 1000).
Please refer to your main user guide
for a complete list of product
features.
3 DEF
6 MNO
9WXYZ
0
䊳
R
One Diverse 4000
Classic charger
For your records
Date of purchase:
Place of purchase:
One power supply
for the charger
Two AA rechargeable
batteries
One belt clip
One battery
compartment cover
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For guarantee purposes proof of
purchase is required so please keep
your receipt.
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Safety information
General
Only use the power supply included with
the product. Using an unauthorised power
supply will invalidate your guarantee and
may damage the telephone. Power supply
number is M-GA35-095130F.
If the Keyguard is switched on, it is NOT
possible to make calls, including
emergency numbers (999/112).
Do not open the base station or handset
(other than to change batteries). This
could expose you to high voltages or
other risks.
Radio signals transmitted between the
handset and base may cause interference
to hearing aids.
This product should not be used near
emergency/intensive care medical
equipment and should not be used by
people with pacemakers.
Never dispose of batteries in a fire. There
is a serious risk of explosion and/or the
release of highly toxic chemicals.
Environmental
Do not expose to direct sunlight.
SAFETY INFORMATION
For the handset use only approved nickelcadmium (NiCad) rechargeable batteries.
Never use other batteries or conventional
alkaline batteries. They could lead to a
short circuit or destroy the battery
casing. Recommended batteries should
have a power rating of at least 600mAh
1.2V. Batteries are available from the
Diverse Helpline 08457 908070.
Cleaning
Simply clean the handset and base
station with a damp (not wet) cloth, or an
anti-static wipe. Never use household
polish as this will damage the product.
Never use a dry cloth as this may cause
a static shock.
The product may heat up when the
batteries are being recharged. This is
normal. However, we recommend that
you do not place the product on
antique/veneered wood to avoid
damage.
Do not stand your product on carpets or
other surfaces which generate fibres, or
place it in locations preventing the free
flow of air over its surfaces.
Do not submerge any part of your
product in water and do not use it in
damp or humid conditions, such as
bathrooms.
Do not expose your product to fire,
explosive or other hazardous conditions.
There is a slight chance that your phone
could be damaged by an electrical storm.
We recommend that you unplug the
power and telephone line cord during an
electrical storm.
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Setting up
IMPORTANT
Please note that your handset is
NOT registered to a base station.
The Diverse 4000 Classic handset
will be easily registered once you
complete steps 1 to 3.
1
Plug the power supply
unit cable into the charger
Plug the power supply unit cable
into the power socket on the
underside of your Diverse 4000
Classic charger.
SETTING UP
Plan the location
Situate your product close enough
to a mains power socket so that the
cable will reach.
Make sure it is at least 1 metre
away from other electrical products
to avoid interference.
Do not situate the product in the
bathroom or other humid areas.
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2
Plug the power supply
unit into the wall socket
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3
Registering and charging
the handset
The display is protected by a plastic
film. You can remove this protective
film from the display.
Insert the batteries
Replace the newly registered
handset into the Classic Charger
Unit and leave to charge for
approximately 16 hours. The
charging status icon flashes on the
handset to indicate that the
batteries are being charged.
When the handset is registered the
display will show:
If the icons on the display flash
continuously…
The battery cover may be found in
the packaging with the batteries.
It means that the handset is not
registered with the base station.
Ensure you have correctly carried
out step 3 above.
WARNING
Under no circumstances should nonrechargeable batteries be used. Only
use the approved batteries. Using
unapproved batteries will invalidate
your guarantee and may damage
the telephone.
All additional handsets you purchase
will need to be individually
registered with the base station before
they will work.
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SETTING UP
Insert the two batteries supplied, as
indicated on the label inside the
battery compartment and slide the
battery compartment cover shut.
To register your handset, place it in
the main Diverse 4000 base station
with the display facing upward.
After approx. one minute, the
handset’s internal number is
displayed (eg: INT2). Successful
registration is signalled by a
confirmation tone.
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Leave the handset for approx. 16
hours in the base station to charge
the batteries, as they are not
charged in the factory. The charging
status icon flashes on the handset
to indicate that the batteries are
being charged.
Battery level icons
When the batteries are almost flat a
beep sounds and the display shows
the empty battery icon. You will
need to recharge your handset before
you can use it. The various states of
charge are shown below:
SETTING UP
Batteries fully charged
Batteries at 66%
Batteries at 33%
Batteries empty
Battery performance
After charging your handset batteries
for the first time, subsequent charging
time is approximately 4–5 hours.
Batteries and case may become warm
during charging. This is normal.
Under ideal conditions, the handset
batteries should give about 10 hours
talktime or 200 hours standby time
on a single charge. However, new
NiCad batteries do not reach their
full capacity until they have been in
normal use for several days.
Fully discharging the batteries at least
once a week will help them last as
long as possible. However, the charge
capacity of rechargeable batteries will
reduce with time as they wear out, so
reducing the talk/standby time of the
handset. Eventually they will need to
be replaced. New batteries can be
obtained from any BT shop or from
the Diverse Helpline 08457 908070.
Out of range?
If you go out of range of a base
station for a long time while your
handset is switched ON, it may take
more than 20 minutes to ‘find’ the
base station again when you come
back within range. However, by
simply switching the handset OFF
for a moment, then ON again, it
will find the base station within a
few seconds.
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If you replace the handset batteries
with ones that have been fully
charged, the battery indicator will
not show full until the next charge
cycle has been completed. Charge
the handset until the batteries
register full again. From then on
the display will be correct.
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4
Fit the belt clip (optional)
Fit the belt clip onto the back of the
handset.
5
Setting the date and time
MENU
Press the MENU options
button.
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows
BASE SET.
Slot
OK
Press the OK button.The
display shows AUDIO SET UP.
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows
DATE/TIME.
Your Diverse 4000 Classic handset
& charger is now ready for use.
However, if you expereince any
difficulties please call the BT Diverse
Helpline on 08457 908 070.
Press the OK button.
The display will show
DATE SET.
OK
Press the OK button.
SETTING UP
Helpline
OK
Use the keypad to enter
the date (DD/MM/YY).
OK
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows
CLOCK SET.
OK
Press the OK button.
Use the keypad to enter
the time in 12-hour clock
format (HH/MM).
OK
After entering the time,
press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button to
choose AM or PM.
OK
Press the OK button.
Press the RED PHONE
button until you return to
the idle screen.
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Note
If you subscribe to a Caller Display
Service the time and date will be set
with the first incoming call.
To set the time mode
(12 or 24-hour clock)
The handset’s default setting
is 12-hour clock. To change
the clock to the 24-hour
setting:
SETTING UP
MENU
Press the MENU options
button.
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows
BASE SET.
OK
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows
DATE/TIME.
OK
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows
CLOCK MODE.
OK
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button to
switch between 24 H and
12 H settings.
OK
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Press the OK button to
confirm the setting you
want.
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Using the telephone
Your Diverse 4010 Classic has a
menu driven display. The OPTION
buttons below the display allow you
to select options within each menu
and make adjustments to their
settings. When the phone is in idle
mode, press the MENU button to
enter the main menu. During a call,
if you press the MENU button it will
open the menu for that particular
situation.
To quit a menu at any time, press
the RED PHONE button. This will
take you back one step. Keep
pressing the RED PHONE button to
get back to the idle screen.
To switch the handset power
on and off
Press and hold the RED
PHONE button to switch
the handset off.
Press and hold the RED
PHONE button to switch
the handset on again.
To make an external call
Ensure the handset is
switched ON.
Press the GREEN PHONE
button. You will hear the
dial tone.
USING
Note
Making and ending calls
Dial the number.
Preparatory dialling
Enter the phone number
first. If you make a mistake
press the DELETE button
to remove any incorrect
digits.
Press the GREEN PHONE
button to dial the number.
To end a call
Press the RED PHONE
button.
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Call timer
Your handset automatically times
the duration of all external calls,
showing it on the display during
your call and for a few seconds after
it is finished.
To receive an external call
Name and number directory
You can store up to 20 of your most
frequently used names (up to 12
letters) and numbers (up to 22 digits
long).
To store a name and number
in the directory
When the phone rings, the
In use light on top of the
handset will flash.
Press the GREEN PHONE
button to answer the call.
Press the DIRECTORY
button.
MENU
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows
NEW ENTRY.
Or
USING
If the handset is on the
base, simply lift it up and
speak. You do not need to
press the GREEN PHONE
button.
This is called auto-talk.
You can switch autotalk off
so you always have to press
the GREEN PHONE button
to answer a call, see page 32.
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Press the MENU options
button.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
Enter the telephone
number you want to store.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
The display shows <NAME>.
Enter the name using the
letters on the keypad.
(See ‘Character map’
opposite for how to enter
special characters).
For example, to enter the
name TOM:
8 TUV
Press the 8 button until T
appears on the display.
6 MNO
Press the 6 button until the
display shows O.
6 MNO
Then press 6 until the
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OK
display shows M.
To dial a number from the
directory
Press OK to confirm.
The display will show
SAVED and TOM.
Press the DIRECTORY
button.
Press the GREEN PHONE
button to dial the number.
ABC
Or
Press the RED PHONE
button until you reach the
idle screen.
8 TUV
If you wish, you can use
the keypad to enter the
first letter of the name, for
example to find TOM, press
the 8 button.
Character map
Press the DOWN button to
scroll to the entry you want.
As well as the standard letters and
numbers you can include special
Press the GREEN PHONE
button to dial the number.
1
0
✱
#
1st press
Space
+
*
|---|
2nd press
1
0
/
3 press
-
(
4th press
|
)
5 press
?
,
6th press
–-–
rd
th
To edit a directory entry
USING
Press
Press the DIRECTORY
button.
ABC
Use the keypad to enter
the first letter of the name
you want to edit.
MENU
Press the MENU options
button. EDIT ENTRY is
displayed.
OK
Press the OK button.
Edit the number, if
necessary, using the
LEFT/RIGHT and DELETE
buttons .
MENU
Press the MENU options
button. COPY TO DIR is
displayed.
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OK
Press the OK button.
The number is shown
again.
OK
Press the OK button again.
<NAME> is displayed.
OK
If the name is correct,
press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button to
display DEL ENTRY.
OK
Press the RED PHONE
button until you reach the
idle screen.
Or
If you wish to edit the name,
enter a new name now.
OK
Press the OK button.
The display will show
SAVED.
USING
You can either press the
GREEN PHONE button to
dial the number or the
RED PHONE button until
you reach the idle screen.
To delete an entry from the
directory
Press the DIRECTORY
button.
ABC
Use the keypad to enter
the first letter of the name.
Or
Use the DOWN button to
find the entry you want.
MENU
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Press the MENU options
button.
Press the OK button to
confirm. The number is
deleted.
Note
To cancel any procedure, press the
RED PHONE button until the
display returns to the idle screen.
To delete all entries from
the directory
Press the DIRECTORY
button.
MENU
6 MNO
OK
Press the MENU options
button.
Press the 6 button,
DEL ENTRY? is displayed.
Press the OK button to
confirm. All directory
numbers are deleted.
Press the RED PHONE
button until you reach the
idle screen.
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Extra directory
This is an additional directory
where you are able to store up to 10
names and numbers. It can be used
for special numbers, i.e. Doctor,
Dentist, take-away numbers etc.
Redial
Your handset automatically saves
the last five telephone numbers
dialled into a redial list.
To dial a number in the
redial list
To store names and numbers
in the Extra directory
䊳
MENU
Press the REDIAL options
button. The last number
dialled will be displayed.
Press the EXTRA
DIRECTORY button.
Press the DOWN button to
scroll through the redial list.
Press the MENU button.
You can follow the
instructions starting on
page 16 for storing,
dialling, editing and
deleting numbers in this
directory.
Press the GREEN PHONE
button to dial the number.
To copy numbers shown in
the redial list to the directory
Press the REDIAL options
button.
Press the DOWN button
until the number you want
to copy is displayed.
Note
This Extra directory does not ‘name
and number match’ when used with
Caller Display.
MENU
Press the MENU button.
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows
COPY TO DIR.
OK
Press the OK button.
The number is shown on
the display.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
<NAME> is displayed.
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USING
The structure for this
directory menu is the same
as the main name and
number directory.
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Enter a name for the
number you want to copy
into the directory.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
The display will show SAVED
and the name of the entry.
You can dial this number
by pressing the GREEN
PHONE button or return to
the idle screen by pressing
the RED PHONE button.
Secrecy
When on a call you can talk to
someone in the same room, without
your caller hearing.
To switch secrecy on/off
During a call:
INT
The call is put on hold and
your caller will hear music.
To delete the redial list
USING
Press the REDIAL options
button.
MENU
Press the MENU options
button. The display shows
EDIT ENTRY.
6 MNO
Press the 6 button. The
display shows DEL ENTRY?.
OK
Press OK to delete the list.
You will hear a confirmation
tone.
Press the RED PHONE
button until you reach the
idle screen.
Note
To cancel any procedure, press the
RED PHONE button until the
display returns to the idle screen.
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Press the INT options
button.
To resume the call:
MENU
Press the MENU options
button. The display shows
GO BACK.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
You can now speak to your
caller again.
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When the other handset
answers, tell them you are
transferring the call and
press the RED PHONE
button. The call is transferred and your handset
display shows LINE IN USE.
Internal calls
If you have multiple handsets
registered to the base you can
make internal calls between
handsets.
To make an internal call to
another handset
INT
Press the INT options
button.
If the other handset does not
answer, or you wish to return to
your external caller:
MENU
Enter the number of the
handset you wish to dial,
e.g. 1 or 3. The handset
will ring.
Or
Press the RED PHONE
button to end the call.
To transfer an external call
between handsets
You can transfer an external
call to another handset
registered to the base.
INT
Press the INT options
button.
Enter the number of the
handset to which you wish
to transfer the call.
Press the OK option
button. You can speak to
your caller again.
To hold a 3-way conversation
You can talk to one
external caller and another
internal caller at the same
time on your Diverse 4000
Classic handset.
While another handset
user is talking to an
external caller the display
shows LINE IN USE.
Press the GREEN PHONE
button to join the
conversation. Display
shows LISTENING IN.
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USING
To call all handsets press
the ✱ button. The display
shows CALL ALL.
OK
Press the Menu button.
The display will show
GO BACK.
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A tone is heard by all three
parties when one party
enters or leaves the call.
Press the RED PHONE
button to end your call.
When the alarm goes off,
the In use light will flash.
To stop the alarm ringing,
press any button on the
keypad.
Alarm clock
You can use your handset as an
alarm clock. You must set the date
and time before the alarm will
work. The alarm will ring daily until
the setting is turned off.
To set the alarm
USING
MENU
Press the MENU options
button.
Press the DOWN button to
display ALARM CLOCK.
OK
Press the OK button.
Enter the time you want
the alarm to go off, e.g.
0535 (12-hour clock).
OK
Press the OK button to
confirm.
Press the RED PHONE
button to return to the idle
screen. An asterisk appears
in front of the time to
indicate that the alarm has
been set.
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MENU
Press the MENU button.
Press the DOWN button to
highlight ALARM CLOCK.
OK
Press the OK button to
confirm. The alarm is
switched off and the
asterisk disappears from
the display.
Press the RED PHONE
button to return to the idle
screen.
Press the OK button.
Select AM or PM using the
DOWN button.
OK
To cancel the alarm setting
To stop the alarm ringing
When the alarm goes off it
sounds like an incoming
call and lasts for about 30
seconds.
Press any button to switch
the alarm off.
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Caller Display and other
Select Services
IMPORTANT
To use Caller Display and Call
Waiting you must first subscribe to the
services from your Network Provider.
For more information on
BT’s Select Services call BT free
on 0800 800 150.
If you have stored a name to go
with the number in your handset
directory, the name will be
displayed instead.
Please ensure that you have stored
the full telephone number,
including the area code, otherwise
the name will not match the
number stored in the directory.
Please note
Calls that are ‘withheld’, ‘unavailable’
or ‘international’ are not stored in the
Calls list, as there is no telephone
number sent via the network
Calls list
The Calls list contains the telephone
numbers of your last 30 callers.
Whether you take a call or not, the
caller’s details are stored in the
Calls list. You can display, scroll
through and dial numbers in the list
and copy them into the directory.
If a call is received when the Calls
list is full then the oldest entry will
be deleted automatically.
If the caller has withheld their
number, the display will show
WITHHELD.
If you call from another handset,
the display shows the handset
number and INT.
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CALLER DISPLAY
If you subscribe to a Caller Display
service you can see who is calling
you on your handset display, as well
as the date and time of their call
(unless the number has been
withheld).
If you have a new call in your Calls
list, the
icon and In use light
will flash.
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Display the time of
the call:
To view the Calls list
MENU
Press the ENVELOPE
options button. A flashing
envelope indicates new
(missed) calls. New calls
are displayed immediately.
Press the DOWN button to
highlight TIME.
OK
If there are no new entries,
open the Calls list.
CALLER DISPLAY
OK
Press the OK button to
display the most recent
number to call you.
Use the UP and DOWN
buttons to scroll through
the Calls list.
Display the status
of the call:
OK
MENU
Press the OK button.
Press the MENU options
button.
Press the DOWN button to
highlight STATUS.
OK
Press the OK button.
When you have found the
entry you want, you have
the option to:
NEW
New call.
Call a number from the
Calls list:
ANSWERED
The call was answered.
When the number you
wish to call is displayed,
press the GREEN PHONE
button. The number will be
dialled automatically.
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Press the OK options
button. The date and time
of the call are displayed.
To return to the beginning
of the calls list, press the
RED PHONE button
repeatedly until it is
displayed.
Press the DOWN button to
highlight CALLS.
The display will show the
type of calls you have
received in your Calls list,
e.g. CALLS 02/06 means
you have received 2 new
calls and have 6 old calls.
Press the MENU options
button.
OLD
Call already in list.
Remember
If you have missed a call, the
icon will flash on the display.
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Store a number from the
Calls list into the directory:
When the number you
want to store is displayed:
OK
MENU
Press the OK button.
MENU
Press the OK button.
OK
Press the ENVELOPE
options button.
Use the DOWN button to
highlight CALLS.
OK
Delete a number from the
Calls list:
OK
MENU
Press the MENU options
button.
Press the DOWN button to
highlight DELETE.
OK
Press the OK button to
confirm. The display shows
DELETED.
Press the OK button. The
display shows NO CALLS.
To set the Calls list to contain
all calls or missed calls only
MENU
When the number you
want to delete is displayed,
press the OK button.
Press the MENU options
button.
Press the OK button.
Press the MENU options.
Press the DOWN button to
highlight LIST MODE.
OK
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button to
highlight MISSED or ALL.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
The display shows SAVED.
IMPORTANT
Changing your Calls list from one
setting to the other will automatically
delete any entries in the current
Calls list.
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CALLER DISPLAY
The display shows SAVED.
You can either copy
another entry from the
Calls list or press the RED
PHONE button until you
reach the idle screen.
When any number is
displayed, press the OK
button.
Press the DOWN button to
highlight DELETE LIST.
Press the OK button.
Enter a name if you wish,
see page 16 for instructions.
OK
OK
Press the MENU options
button.
Press the DOWN button to
highlight COPY TO DIR.
OK
Delete the whole Calls list:
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Call Waiting
If you also subscribe to a Call
Waiting Service, when you are on a
call and another person tries to call
you, the second caller’s number will
appear on the handset display and
you will hear an intermittent beep
through the handset. This is to
alert you to the other caller waiting
to speak to you.
To switch Call Waiting on/off
You can choose whether to have
your Call Waiting service switched
on or off depending on what you
are doing, e.g. if you are using the
Internet via your PC and do not
want Call Waiting to interrupt you.
MENU
To accept a waiting call
OK
CALL WAITING
During a call when you
hear the Call Waiting beeps:
The number (or name if
stored in the directory) of
the second caller will flash
on the display.
MENU
R
Press the OK options button.
Your current call is put on
hold and you are connected
to the second caller.
Press the RECALL button
to toggle between callers.
Or
OK
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Press the OK button to
continue your conversation
with your first caller.
Press the OK options
button.
Press the DOWN until the
display shows CALL
WAITING.
OK
Press the OK options
button.
Use the UP or DOWN
button to select whether
you want the service on
or off.
Press the MENU options
button. The display shows
ACCEPT.
Either
OK
Press the MENU options
button, SEL SERVICES is
displayed.
OK
Press the OK options
button.
Press the RED PHONE
button until you reach the
idle display.
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IF BUSY – calls are
forwarded if your phone is
engaged.
Call Divert
You can divert all incoming calls to
another number where you can be
reached.
Please note
OK
OK
Call Divert requires subscription
from your Network provider. You
may be charged a subscription fee.
OK
Press the MENU options
button, SEL SERVICES is
highlighted.
Press the OK options
button.
Press the OK options
button.
You will hear a Network
message confirming your
divert request.
Press the RED PHONE
button until you reach the
idle display.
Use the DOWN arrow on
the options button until
CALL DIVERT is highlighted.
OK
Press the OK options
button.
You now have a choice of
when you want calls to be
diverted:
AUTOMATIC – calls are put
straight through to the
number you have set.
NO ANSWER – calls are
diverted if your phone is
not answered.
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SELECT SERVICES
MENU
Press the OK options
button again.
Enter the phone number
where you want the calls to
be diverted to.
OK
To divert calls
Select your required option
and press the OK options
button, ON is displayed.
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Withhold number
Your number appears on the display
of the person you call if they
subscribe to a Caller Display
service. You are able to withold
your telephone number from the
next call you make if you wish.
To withhold your number
from being sent
Ring Back
If you want to make a call and the
number is engaged you can set
your telephone to ring you back
when the caller has finished their
call. To switch this service off
before your call is returned i.e. if
you have to go out before your
caller has returned your call.
To switch Ring Back off if set
SELECT SERVICES
MENU
OK
OK
Press the MENU options
button, SEL SERVICES is
displayed.
Press the OK options
button, WITHHOLD NO is
displayed.
MENU
OK
Press the OK options
button.
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Press the OK options
button, the number will be
dialled but your number
will not be sent to your
caller.
Press the OK options
button.
Use the DOWN arrow on
the options buttton until
RINGBACK OFF is
highlighted.
Enter the telephone
number you want to call.
OK
Press the MENU options
button, SEL SERVICES is
highlighted.
OK
Press the OK options
button. This will cancel
your ringback call.
Press the RED PHONE
button until you reach the
idle display.
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Voice Mail
If you have a Voice Mail message
service ie. Call Minder or Meridian
Mail on your telephone line you can
set the 1 button to access your
messages directly via one button.
To set up quick access to your
Voice Mail service when
behind a switchboard eg.
Meridian Mail.
Follow the steps on the
previous page, but when
you come to enter the
telephone number of your
messaging service, you will
need to follow the example
below:
To set up quick access to your
Voice Mail service
MENU
Press the MENU options
button.
Press the DOWN options
button. Display shows
VOICE MAIL.
OK
Press OK.
Display shows SET KEY 1.
OK
Press OK.
Display shows MAILBOX.
OK
Press OK.
The display shows SAVED.
Press the RED PHONE
button until you reach the
idle screen.
P
Press and hold the RECALL
button to enter a pause in the
dialling sequence.
eg. 1234 #
Enter your extension
number, followed by a
hash.
Press the OK button.
Enter the telephone
number of your messaging
service. For example, 1571
to access ‘BT Answer’ voice
mail service.
OK
R
R
P
Press and hold the RECALL
button to enter a another
pause in the dialling
sequence.
eg. 000000 #
Enter your PIN followed by
a hash.
The entire number should
look like this:
7000P1234nP000000n
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SELECT SERVICES
eg. 7000
Enter the access number
for your messaging
service.
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Please note
If you store your security PIN as
part of the quick access number,
anyone with access to the handset
will be able to retrieve your
messages.
To retrieve messages from
your Voice Mail service
1
Press and hold down the
1 button.
VOICE MAIL
When set up as opposite
this will take you into your
message service. If during
the set up you entered your
security PIN as well as the
telephone number you will
be taken quickly into your
messages. If the security
PIN was not included you
will have to enter this
number now.
OK
Press the OK button.
You will be taken into your
messages.
Please note
If your handset is registered to an
answering machine base i.e. Diverse
4016 you will be given the choice of
accessing your answering machine
messages or Network Messaging
Service. See your Diverse 4016 user
guide for further information.
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Handset settings
To adjust the handset
ringer volume
You can choose from 5
levels (1–5), a ‘crescendo’
ring (6) that increases in
volume, or you can switch
the ringer off altogether (0).
Press the MENU options
button.
Use the DOWN button to
highlight AUDIO SET.
OK
To adjust the handset
ringer melody
There are 10 melodies to
choose from (1–10).
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button to
highlight RINGER.
OK
If you want to switch the handset
ringer off quickly you can also press
and hold the
button. The
icon will be displayed. To turn the
handset ringer back on press and
hold down the
button again
and the symbol will disappear.
MENU
Press the OK button.
You hear the current
volume level and the level
is shown on the display.
Press the OK button to
confirm.
Press the MENU options
button.
Press the DOWN button to
highlight AUDIO SET.
OK
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button to
highlight MELODY.
Press the DOWN button to
select the level you want.
OK
HANDSET SETTINGS
MENU
Shortcut button
OK
Press the OK button.
You hear the current
melody and its number is
shown on the display.
Press the DOWN button to
select the melody you want.
OK
Press the OK button.
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To adjust the earpiece volume
To switch autotalk on and off
There are 3 volume levels
to choose from and you can
even adjust the volume
during a call.
MENU
If autotalk is switched on
you do not need to press
the GREEN PHONE button
to answer a call you can
simply pick the handset up
from the base station.
Press the MENU options
button.
If you switch autotalk off
you always have to press
the GREEN PHONE button
to answer a call.
HANDSET SETTINGS
Press the DOWN button to
highlight AUDIO SET.
OK
Press OK to confirm. The
display show H/SET VOL.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
MENU
You hear the current
volume and the level is
displayed.
Select the required level.
OK
Press OK to confirm.
Press the MENU options
button.
To switch autotalk on:
9
WXYZ
Press the 9 button.
1
Press the 1 button.
1
Press the 1 button again.
To switch autotalk off:
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9WXYZ
Press the 9 button.
1
Press the 1 button.
0
Press the 0 button.
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To reset your handset to the
original settings
MENU
Press the MENU options
button.
9WXYZ
Press the 9 button.
3
Press the 3 button.
The display shows RESET?.
DEF
OK
Press OK to confirm.
This will reset:
1
Ringer volume
3
Ringer melody
1
Autotalk
ON
Battery low beep
ON
Redial list
DELETED
This will not delete the
directory or Calls list.
You can lock the keypad so that it
cannot be used accidentally while
carrying it around.
To switch keyguard on
Press and hold the # button
to switch keyguard on. You
hear a confirmation tone.
The keypad is now locked
and you cannot dial out.
You can answer calls as
normal by pressing the
GREEN PHONE button.
To switch keyguard off,
press and hold the # button
again. You will hear a
confirmation tone. The
handset is now unlocked.
This will not reset:
Handset PIN
Registration to the base
station.
IMPORTANT
If the keyguard is active, the
emergency numbers 999 and 112
CANNOT be dialled.
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Earpiece volume
Keyguard
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To de-register a handset
INT
To change the name of a
handset
Press the INT options
button.
You can personalise the
name of a handset. For
example, you can change
handset 1 to ANNE or
OFFICE.
Press the UP or DOWN
button to select the
handset to be
de-registered (1-6).
MENU
Press the MENU options
button.
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows DEREG H/SET.
HANDSET SETTINGS
OK
INT
Press the UP and DOWN
button to display the
handset number you want.
MENU
Press the OK button.
Display will show PIN ****.
OK
Press the OK button.
Display shows DEREGISTER?
Press the OK button to
confirm.
Press the MENU option
button.
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows EDIT
NAME.
Enter your 4-digit PIN
(original setting 0000).
OK
Press the INT button.
OK
Press the OK button.
Enter the name you want.
OK
Press the OK button to
confirm.
Please note
On the classic handset the name is
not displayed, only the internal
number. However, the name is sent
and displayed on internal calls.
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To change the internal
number of a handset
INT
MENU
Press the INT button.
Press the MENU option
button.
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows
RE-ASSIGN NO.
OK
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button to
display the handset
number you want.
Press the OK button.
HANDSET SETTINGS
OK
Enter an available number
(1–6).
OK
Press the OK button to
confirm.
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Help
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
Handset not registering
The batteries in the handset
are fitted incorrectly.
Check that you have fitted
the batteries correctly.
No display
Handset not switched on
Hold down the RED PHONE
button for 1 second
Batteries exhausted
Charge or replace
batteries
Keyguard may be
switched on
Hold down the #
button for 1 second
HELP
When you press a button,
nothing happens
No radio signal to
Handset out of range
Move closer to the base
the base – all displays
flashing
Handset not registered
Register the handset
(see page 11)
Base not switched on
Check the base is
connected properly
(see page 10)
Handset/base does
not ring
Ringer is switched off
Switch ringer back on,
(see page 31)
Your caller cannot
hear you
The INT button has been,
pressed, muting the
microphone
Press the GO BACK
options button to switch
the microphone back on
Caller’s number is not
displayed even though
you have subscribed
to Caller Display
The number has been
withheld
Callers can stop their
number being sent over
the network
The error beep –
a descending tone is
played
You have pressed the
wrong button
Retry. If necessary, check
the instructions
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Compatibility
The tables below give you a quick reference guide to compatibility
when registering different handsets to bases within the Diverse 3000
and 4000 range.
4000 Classic handset
3010 Executive
Caller Display/Call Waiting
Yes
Yes
Time displayed in idle mode
Yes
No
Language selection
No
No
SMS
No
No
Loudspeaker via the base
No
Yes
Room monitor
No
No
Walk and Talk mode
No
No
4010/4016 Classic
3010/3016 Classic
Caller Display/Call Waiting
Yes
Yes*
Time/date displayed in idle mode
Yes
Yes
4000 Executive handset
Language selection
No
No
SMS
No
No
Loudspeaker via the base
Yes
Yes
Directory transfer
Yes
No
Room monitor
Yes
Yes
Walk and Talk mode
Yes
Yes
Call Barring
No
Yes
HELP
4010/4016 Executive
It is possible for Diverse 4000 and Diverse 3000 Executive Handsets to
transfer directory entries.
*With the Diverse 3016, although you will hear the beeps when a call is waiting, the number or
name of the waiting caller will not be shown on the handset display.
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General information
Guarantee
Your BT Diverse 4000 Classic
handset and charger are guaranteed
for a period of 12 months from the
date of purchase.
Subject to the terms listed below
the guarantee will provide for the
repair of, or at BT’s or its agent’s
discretion the option to replace the
BT Diverse 4000 Classic handset
and charger, or any component
thereof, (other than batteries),
which is identified as faulty or
below standard, or as a result of
inferior workmanship or materials.
Products over 28 days old from the
date of purchase may be replaced
with a refurbished product.
The conditions of this guarantee are:
• The guarantee shall only apply
to defects that occur within the
12 month guarantee period.
• Proof of purchase is provided.
• The equipment is returned to
BT or its agent as instructed.
• This guarantee does not cover
any faults or defects caused by
accidents, misuse, fair wear and
tear, neglect, tampering with the
equipment, or any attempt at
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adjustment or repair other than
through approved agents.
• This guarantee does not affect
your statutory rights.
Within the 12-month guarantee
period:
If you experience a problem with
your product you should contact
the Helpline on 08457 908070.
Calls are charged at local rates.
If the problem is not remedied, you
will be advised to return your
product to the point of purchase.
Outside the 12-month guarantee
period:
If your product needs repair after
the guarantee period has ended, the
repair must meet the approval
requirements for connection to the
telephone network. We recommend
that you call the Helpline on 08457
908070 and ask for details of our
recommended repair agents.
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Technical information
How many telephones can you
have on the line?
All items of equipment have a
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
which is used to calculate the
number of items that may be
connected to any one telephone
line.
The BT Diverse 4000/4010 base
stations (with up to 6 handsets)
have a total REN of 1. Any other
instrument provided by BT may be
assumed to have a REN of 1 unless
stated otherwise.
Only use approved power supply
item code C39 280-Z4-C478.
This product is intended for use
within the UK for connection to the
public telephone network and
compatible switchboards.
This equipment complies with the
essential requirements for the
Radio Equipment and
Telecommunications Terminal
Equipment Directive (1999/5/EC).
Helpline
If you are experiencing difficulty,
please call the BT Diverse Helpline
on 08457 908070.
Switchboard compatibility
Generally this telephone may be
connected to switchboards which
support tone signalling and timed
break recall. In the event of any
difficulties please consult your
switchboard service provider.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
A total REN of 4 is allowed per
telephone line. For example: if the
BT Diverse 4000 is used in
conjunction with three extension
telephones, each with a REN of 1,
then the total REN = 4.
R&TTE
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To set the dialling mode
You need only adjust this setting if
your switchboard does not operate
with the pre-set tone dialling. You
can change the dial mode to pulse
dialling.
To set the recall time
You need only adjust this setting
if your switchboard requires a
different recall time to the pre-set
recall time of 100 MS.
MENU
MENU
Press the MENU options
button.
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows
BASE SET.
GENERAL INFORMATION
OK
OK
OK
Press the OK button.
Display shows DIAL MODE.
OK
Press the OK button.
OK
PULSE (with Earth Recall)
DTMF-EARTH (tone with
Earth loop recall)
OK
Press the OK button to
confirm. The display shows
SAVED.
Press the RED PHONE
button until you reach the
idle screen.
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Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button
until display shows TBR.
OK
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button to
select the flash time 80,
100, 120, 180, 250 or 300ms.
Press the DOWN button to
select:
TONE (with TBR)
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button
until display shows ADD
FEATURES.
Press the OK button.
Press the DOWN button
until display shows ADD
FEATURES.
Press the MENU button.
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows
BASE SET.
OK
Press the OK button to
confirm. The display
shows SAVED.
Press the RED PHONE
button until you reach the
idle screen.
Please note
100 MS is the standard setting for
most UK switchboards.
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To switch temporarily from
pulse to tone dialling
If you are using pulse dialling with
your switchboard but need tone
dialling to use certain functions on
your Diverse 4010 you can switch to
tone dialling during the call.
During the call:
MENU
Press the MENU button.
Setting pauses
Please note
If you want to insert a pause into
a telephone number you are storing
in your directory, start storing the
number (see page 16) and where
a pause is needed, press and hold
the R button. A‘ P’ will appear in
the number.
Press the DOWN button
until the display shows
TEMP TONE.
Press the OK button.
Tone dialling is now active.
Please note
This setting is only for the duration
of the call.
You can insert a pause to allow your
switchboard time to get a line
before your Diverse 4010 dials the
number.
MENU
Press the MENU button.
8 TUV
Press the 8 button.
9WXYZ
Press the 9 button.
1
Press the 1 button.
6 MNO
Press the 6 button.
Enter the pause length:
1 = 1 second
2 = 3 seconds
3 = 7 seconds
4 = 2.5 seconds
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GENERAL INFORMATION
OK
To set a pause before dialling
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To set a pause after pressing
Recall
R
MENU
Press the 8 button.
WXYZ
Press the 9 button.
Press the 1 button.
1
2
GENERAL INFORMATION
Press the MENU button.
TUV
8
9
You can set the length of a
pause that is inserted after
pressing the RECALL
button.
ABC
Press the 2 button.
Enter the pause length:
1 = None
2 = 800ms
3 = 1600ms
4 = 32ms
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Index
Alarm
Autotalk on/off
Batteries
charging
installing
performance
replacing
warning beeps
Belt clip
11
11
12
11
12
13
16
26
23
27
23
24
25
24
24
24
25
25
15
15
21
15
16
19
20
21
21
Date set
Delete
all directory entries
calls list
directory entry
redial list
De-register a handset
Dialling mode
temporary setting
Directory
copy redial number
delete an entry
delete all entries
dial a number
edit an entry
extra directory
store name and number
Display icons
13
18
25
18
20
34
40
41
16
19
18
18
17
17
19
16
7
Ending calls
External calls
Extra directory
15
15
19
Guarantee
38
Handset
change internal number
change name
de-register
display
display icons
on/off
register
35
34
34
2
7
15
11
43
INDEX
Call timer
Call Waiting
Caller Display
Call Divert
Calls list
call a number
delete
display status of call
display time of call
view
settings
store number to directory
Calls
end
external
internal
making
receiving
redial
secrecy
three-way
transferring
22
32
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ringer melody
ringer volume
Handset quick guide
Help
31
31
6
36
Internal calls
21
Keyguard
33
Making calls
Menu structure
15
4
On/off
alarm
autotalk
handset power
keyguard
secrecy
22
32
15
33
20
Pause
Power connection
Preparatory dialling
Pulse dialling
41
10
15
40
Quick guide
display icons
handset
7
6
Range Warning
Recall time
Receiving calls
Redial
copy to directory
delete
dial number in redial list
12
40
16
19
19
20
19
Registration
Ring Back
Ringer Equivalence Number
11
28
39
44
Reset
handset settings
Ringer on/off
33
31
Safety information
Secrecy
Setting up
Switchboard compatibility
9
20
10
39
Technical information
Three-way call
Time set
Tone dialling
Transferring calls
Voice Mail
Volume
earpiece
handset ringer
39
21
13, 14
40
21
29
32
31
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Offices worldwide
The telecommunications services described in this
publication are subject to availability and may be modified
from time to time. Services and equipment are provided
subject to British Telecommunications plc’s respective
standard conditions of contract. Nothing in this publication
forms any part of any contract.
© British Telecommunications plc 2001.
Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJ.
Registered in England No. 1800000.
Diverse 4000 Classic Handset & Charger (09/01) 10
Designed by The Art & Design Partnership Limited.
Siemens number: A31008-G4000-P001-4-7619
0682
CE compliant to R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC)
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