BT Freestyle 70 User guide

BT Freestyle 70 User guide
Freestyle 70
User Guide
This equipment is not designed for making emergency telephone calls when the power
fails. Alternative arrangements should be made for access to emergency services.
At a glance
Handset
At a glance
Base unit
Telephone line
cord socket
In Use/Battery Low light
Comes on when the handset is
in use or, if the handset is on
standby, to indicate the battery
needs recharging.
see page 6
Talk button
Activates your Freestyle 70 ready
to make or receive a call.
see page 8
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Recall button
Recall button for use with a
switchboard/PBX and BT
Select Services.
see page 11
Mains power
socket
Base unit telescopic aerial
Power light
Comes on when connected to
the power supply and flashes
when the handset is in use.
see page 5 & 8
Channel button
Selects an alternative radio
frequency if interference occurs
during a call.
see page 8
Page button
Press to page the handset.
see page 11
Keypad
Redial button
Redials the last number called.
see page 9
Battery charging contacts
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Charging contacts
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POWER LINE
Aerial
Does not extend,
do not pull out.
see page 5
Volume control button
Adjusts the handset ringer volume
and earpiece speech volume.
see pages 8 & 9
Quickdial button
Allows you to store and dial up
to 10 numbers in the memory.
see pages 9 & 10
PHONE LINE
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Charging light
Comes on when the
handset batteries are
being charged.
see page 5
Contents
At a glance
1
Introduction
4
Setting up
5
Safety instructions
7
Using your Freestyle 70
telephone
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Help and advice
12
Technical information
14
Maintenance
16
Wall mounting
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Index
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Introduction
Check that your Freestyle 70 is complete.
When you unpack, you should have:
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Your Freestyle 70 is designed for
ease of use and made to the high
standards set by BT.
Unpacking your Freestyle 70
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Thank you for making the right choice. You can
expect your Freestyle 70 to provide many years
of quality service. Please read the instructions
carefully before use and keep this user guide
for future reference.
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• Freestyle 70 base unit with
telephone line cord attached.
For your records
•Mains power adaptor plug.
Date of purchase:
Place of purchase:
Serial number:
• Wall mounting bracket
with screws.
(on the underside of the base unit)
Purchase price:
For warranty purposes, proof of purchase is
required, so please keep your receipt.
EMERGENCY CALLS
ELECTRICAL STORM WARNING
The emergency services can be contacted in
the UK by dialling 999. You may also dial 112,
which is valid in any country that is a
member of the European Community.
1 During periods of electrical storm, you are
As the Freestyle 70 is a mains-powered
cordless telephone, you may not be able to
make emergency calls in certain situations:
• If there is severe radio interference.
• If the handset battery fails.
• If there is a power cut.
If your Freestyle 70 is connected to a PBX
(switchboard), you may have to dial an
access number before 999 to contact
the emergency services.
Some switchboards cannot dial out
during a power failure.
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CUSTOMER HELPLINE
If you have problems with your phone, call the
Freestyle 70 Helpline Service on 0845 7697146.
advised to disconnect your apparatus because
damage may occur.
2 If a fault occurs during the 12-month
warranty period and it is due to accidental or
wilful damage (including lightning and
electrical damage), BT will not replace or
repair free of charge.
Setting up
Follow these steps to set up your
Freestyle 70 ready for use.
WARNINGS
1 Your Freestyle 70 should not be fitted in
wet or damp conditions, for example in a
bathroom. Also, the handset should not be left
out in the rain.
2 There is a slight chance that your phone
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Handset aerial
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could be damaged by an electrical storm.
We recommend that you unplug the base unit
from the mains during storms.
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Connect the base unit three-pin
adaptor to a power socket
When the power is switched on at the
mains, the red POWER light on the
base unit will light up.
Your Freestyle 70 uses a compact aerial which
does not pull out.
MAINS POWER ADAPTOR
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Check your BT socket
The Freestyle 70 must only be used with the
adaptor supplied.
Using any other adaptor will result in
non-compliance with EN60950:1992, and will
invalidate the approval given to this apparatus.
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If you do not have a modern-style telephone
socket, call Freefone 0800 800 150 and ask for a
BT engineer to come and fit the correct socket.
This is a chargeable service.
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Plug the mains adaptor cord
into the back of the base unit
Charge the handset
When you first use your Freestyle 70,
the rechargeable battery in the handset
needs charging for 24 hours.
Make sure you have connected your
Freestyle 70 to the mains power supply;
see steps 3 and 4.
Make sure the red POWER light is on.
Place the handset on the base unit,
ensuring the contacts are touching.
The red CHARGING light comes on.
PHONE LINE
POWER LINE
The charging light will remain
constantly lit while the handset is
placed on the base unit.
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PLEASE NOTE
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When fully charged and in good condition,
the handset battery will provide up to 7 hours
continuous talk time or 72 hours standby.
Extend the base unit telescopic
aerial
If the handset battery is running low,
the IN USE/BATTERY LOW light will flash
every 10-15 seconds.
If you are making a call and the handset
battery is running low, the phone will beep
every 10-15 seconds.
Place the handset on the base unit to recharge.
PHONE LINE
POWER LINE
BATTERY CARE
The battery cannot be overcharged. However,
leaving the handset on the base unit all the time
can deteriorate a rechargeable battery. To get
the longest possible life from your battery, take
the handset off the base unit for a few hours
each day.
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Plug the phone into the
BT socket
Extend the base unit telescopic aerial on your
Freestyle 70 (as shown above) to ensure the best
possible signal and reception.
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To plan the location of the
base unit
Your Freestyle 70 works by sending
and receiving radio signals between the
base unit and the handset.
The strength of the signal depends on
where you site the base unit and how the
aerial is deployed.
The higher the base unit is located, the better.
An upstairs room is ideal.
The following points should be considered:
• It should be within easy reach of a mains
socket and a telephone socket. A new-style
telephone socket is needed for this product.
If you do not have one, call us on
Freefone 0800 800 150.
• Try to avoid locations near metallic obstructions
or electrical appliances, such as TV sets,
fridges, computers, fluorescent lights, radiators,
metal pipes and metal window frames.
• The Freestyle 70 can be wall mounted by
using the bracket and screws supplied;
see page 17.
Your Freestyle 70 is now ready for use
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Safety
instructions
Use only the power adaptor
supplied and the handset
battery pack supplied.
There is a slight chance that
your phone could be
damaged by an electrical
storm. We recommend that you unplug
your Freestyle 70 from the mains
power and telephone line socket
during storms.
Do not use your Freestyle 70
in damp, humid conditions
such as bathrooms.
Do not expose the equipment
to fire or water.
The Freestyle 70 base
station, handset and charging
units produce a small amount
of heat during use. Therefore, we
advise against placing these products on
antique, veneered or wooden surfaces
as damage may occur.
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Using your
Freestyle 70
telephone
Making and receiving calls
To make a call
PLEASE NOTE
The handset range is up to 200 metres from
the base unit in ideal conditions. If you start to
go out of range while using the phone, you will
hear warning beeps. If you do not come back in
range, your call will be disconnected.
PLEASE NOTE
An Inductive Coupler has been built into the
handset to improve sound quality for people
using hearing aids. Switch your hearing aid to
T and adjust the position of the handset until
you get the best reception.
Press the buttons in the order shown:
To use the channel button
Lift the handset off the base unit.
Press the TALK button. The TALK light
comes on. The POWER / IN USE light
on the base unit flashes.
Your Freestyle 70 automatically scans
the available radio channels for quality
of reception, and selects the best one
to use.
Listen for the dialling tone.
Dial the number you want.
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KEYPAD
If you experience interference during
your call, press the CHANNEL button
to select a different channel.
PLEASE NOTE
If you do not hear a dialling tone after pressing
the TALK button, wait a few seconds. On a few
exchanges, there may be a delay.
To adjust the handset ringer volume
When the handset is not in use you
can adjust the ringer volume.
To end a call
The handset ringer volume has
3 settings, HIGH, LOW and OFF.
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Press the TALK button.
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Replace the handset on the base unit.
When the phone rings:
If your handset is on the base unit,
simply pick it up to answer the call.
Or
If your handset is off the base unit,
press the TALK button to answer the
call.
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To receive a call
To switch the ringer volume to OFF,
press and hold the VOLUME button
until you hear a confirmation beep.
To change the volume on the handset
press and release the VOLUME button.
On each press you will hear a sample
ring.
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To adjust the speech volume
During a conversation you can adjust
the volume of the incoming caller’s
voice, by pressing and releasing the
VOLUME button on the handset.
It has 2 settings, High, and Low.
Last number redial
Freestyle 70 remembers the last number called
and enables easy redialling.
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Press the QUICKDIAL button. You hear
a confirmation beep. The number is
stored.
Repeat these steps for any other
numbers you want to store, using a
different 0-9 location code for each one.
PLEASE NOTE
Storing a number in the memory
automatically overwrites any previous number
stored under the same location code.
Stored numbers can include switchboard and
network services that use the ✱ and # buttons
as well as PAUSE and RECALL functions.
To redial the last number called
Press the TALK button and wait for a
dialling tone.
Press the REDIAL button. The number
is dialled automatically.
PLEASE NOTE
Using the memory to store and
dial numbers
Your Freestyle 70 handset can store up to ten
separate phone numbers in the memory.
You can then dial each number by pressing
just two buttons.
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If the length of the last number called is more
than 32 digits, then the whole number will not
be redialled.
If REDIAL is not the first button pressed in
sequence, it will then function as a PAUSE
button.
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Press the QUICKDIAL button.
Press one of the 0-9 buttons to set the
location code under which the phone
number will be stored.
Dial the number you want to store.
A maximum of 20 digits can be stored
in each location.
QUICKDIAL DIRECTORY LABEL
Use the handset’s Quickdial directory label to
keep a record of which 0-9 location code you
have used for each number.
You can take out the label by removing the
handset battery compartment cover and sliding
out the label’s clear plastic cover.
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To dial a memory number
To dial a stored number of more
than 20 digits
Press the TALK button.
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To store a number of more than
20 digits
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Dial the first 20 digits.
Press the QUICKDIAL button. You hear
a confirmation beep. The number is
stored.
Press the QUICKDIAL button again.
Press another 0-9 button to select a
second location code under which to
store the remaining digits.
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Press the QUICKDIAL button.
Press one of the 0-9 buttons to set the
location code under which your phone
number will be stored.
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Press the 0-9 location code under
which the number you want is stored.
The number is dialled automatically.
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Press the TALK button.
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Dial the remaining digits.
Press the QUICKDIAL button. You hear
a confirmation beep. The rest of the
number is stored.
Press the QUICKDIAL button, then the
first 0-9 location code number. The
number begins dialling automatically.
When the first part of the number has
been dialled press the QUICKDIAL
button again, then the second 0-9
location code number. The rest of the
number is dialled.
PLEASE NOTE
You can mix manual and memory dialling
as required. For example, you can dial the area
code 0181 380 from the memory and then
complete the number manually.
To change a stored number
Any existing number stored in the memory can
be overwritten by entering a new number under
the same location code. Simply follow the steps
shown in ‘To store a number in the memory’,
page 9.
To clear a stored number
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Press the QUICKDIAL button.
Press the 0-9 location code.
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Press the QUICKDIAL button again.
You hear a confirmation beep.
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Paging the handset
To switch from Pulse to Tone dialling
during a call
You can page the handset from the base unit to
let the handset user know they are wanted. You
cannot hold a conversation between the base
unit and the handset.
To page the handset
Press the PAGE button on the base
unit. The handset will ring.
Please note, when the handset
ringer volume is set to OFF the
handset will not ring.
Your Freestyle 70 automatically returns
to standby after approximately one
minute.
You cannot page the handset while
it is being used on a call.
An incoming call will override a
page call and the handset will ring
as normal.
To set the dialling mode
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Press the QUICKDIAL button during
standby mode.
Press the ✱ button.
Press 1 for Tone dialling.
Press 2 for Pulse dialling.
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Press the QUICKDIAL button to finish
the setting (you will hear a
confirmation tone).
If you are connected to a pulse dialling
exchange, you can still use services
such as phone banking that require
tone dialling.
KEYPAD
Call the telephone number you require
in pulse mode as usual.
When you have been connected, press
the ✱ button on the keypad to set
your telephone to tone dialling for the
duration of the call.
When you hang up, your Freestyle 70
will automatically switch back to pulse
dialling.
To insert a pause
With some switchboards, after dialling
the access code you may have to wait
for a moment while the switchboard
picks up an outside line. If so, press
the REDIAL button to insert a pause
before keying in the telephone number.
To use the recall button
You may need to use the RECALL
button if you are connected to a
switchboard/PBX (Private Branch
Exchange), contact your PBX supplier
for further information. The RECALL
button, when set to time break recall,
is also used for BT Select Services.
If no instruction is received during
this process within 8 seconds, there
will be a beep and the process will
be cancelled before returning to
standby mode.
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Help and advice
If you have any problems using your Freestyle 70, this section
will give you the most common, easy-to-follow solutions.
Telephone problems
• No dialling tone.
• Telephone will not dial out.
Possible cause
Telephone not connected to
telephone line.
• Telephone cannot receive
calls.
Solution
Replace the handset on the base
unit for 10 seconds and try again.
If this does not work, disconnect the
handset battery from the handset
for 10 minutes.
Plug the telephone into the
telephone line.
• Beeps six times and drops
calls.
• You have a dialling tone but
the telephone will not dial
out.
• Handset does not ring.
Mains disconnected
Connect the mains power supply.
Handset battery is discharged.
Place the handset on the base unit
and recharge it for 24 hours
ensuring the CHARGING light is on.
You may be trying to use tone
dialling on a pulse dialling exchange.
See page 11 to switch from tone
to pulse dialling
You are connected to a
switchboard/PBX and are
not dialling the access code.
Use the switchboard/PBX
access code.
Handset battery is discharged.
Place the handset on the base unit
and recharge it for 24 hours.
The handset ringer may be set to OFF.
Increase the handset ringer volume.
Check the REN (see page 14). If you
connect too many telephones or
devices to your line they may not all
operate correctly.
If the REN exceeds 4 disconnect
one or more telephones or devices.
• No lights on handset.
• Handset does not ring, a light
shows on the handset.
If your telephone is connected to an
extension socket, it may have been
connected incorrectly.
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Check with your telephone engineer
that the extension socket has been
installed correctly.
Telephone problems
Possible cause
Solution
• Callers are faint.
• Interference.
The base unit telescopic aerial is not
extended as high as possible.
Extend the base unit telescopic
aerial as far as possible.
• Buzzing.
You are moving out of range.
Move closer to the base unit.
• Whooshing.
Radio channel interference.
Press the CHANNEL button on
the handset, to select a clearer
channel.
• Echoing.
Radio channel interference.
Press the CHANNEL button on
the handset, to select a clearer
channel.
• Tinniness.
The base unit or the handset are too
close to electrical equipment or
metal obstructions.
Relocate the base unit or move
around with the handset until
reception improves.
• No Quickdial store.
You may be trying to store the
number with the TALK light on.
Ensure that the TALK light is off
before storing the number.
• No Charging light on the
base unit.
Dirty contacts on base unit or
handset.
Clean the contacts with a dry cloth.
Heavy soiling can be removed with
a pencil eraser.
NEED MORE HELP?
Call the BT Cordless Phone Helpline on Lo-call
0845 7697146 where fully trained staff can help
you from 9.00am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday
(calls charged at local BT rate).
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Technical information
Approval for use
Your Freestyle 70 is tested and approved for
connection to public networks, provided it is
used in accordance with the guidelines in this
user guide.
You may connect it:
• To direct exchange lines.
• To extensions with new plug and socket
arrangements provided with these direct
exchange lines.
• To compatible switchboards.
How many phones can you have?
All items of telephone equipment have a Ringer
Equivalence Number (REN), which is used to
calculate the number of items which may be
connected to any one telephone line. Your
Freestyle 70 has a REN of 1. A total REN of 4 is
allowed. If the total REN of 4 is exceeded, the
telephones may not ring. With different telephone
types there is no guarantee of ringing, even when
the REN is less than 4.
Connecting to a switchboard
You may NOT connect it:
• To shared service (party) lines.
• As an extension to a payphone.
This phone is designed for UK use only.
Using it abroad may violate local radio laws.
The base unit is intended for use when powered
from the 9V mains adaptor supplied, which
conforms to EN60950. Any other usage will
invalidate the approval given to this apparatus if,
as a result, it ceases to comply with EN60950.
Environment
Your Freestyle 70 should be kept free of dust,
moisture, high temperature and vibration, and
should not be exposed to direct sunlight. Do not
stand it on carpets or other surfaces which
generate fibres, or place it in locations which
prevent the free flow of air over its surfaces.
WARNING
The apparatus is only designed to be operated
in a normal office or domestic environment
where the relative humidity does not exceed 60%.
It should not be used in bathrooms or near water.
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Your Freestyle 70 may be connected to
compatible switchboards. If in doubt, your
switchboard supplier or maintainer should be
able to offer help. Advice on connection to BT
switching systems can be obtained by dialling
BT on 152.
If you do not have a compatible switchboard, it
cannot be guaranteed that your Freestyle 70 will
operate correctly under all possible conditions of
connection.
Call security
Your Freestyle 70 has its own digital security
code that prevents other cordless phone owners
from using your phone line. This ensures that
you are charged only for calls using your phone.
However, all approved cordless phones use radio
signals to communicate between the base unit
and cordless handset units. It is therefore
possible that your conversations could be
overheard by other people, on their cordless
phones, or on radios that use the same radio
frequencies.
As this problem applies equally to all similar
cordless phones currently available in the UK,
call privacy cannot be guaranteed. However, the
security coding prevents unauthorised use of
your line.
In the unlikely event of your Freestyle 70
picking up conversations from other cordless
phones being used nearby, try changing
channels using the CHANNEL button on the
handset.
Transmission frequencies
This cordless telephone has been designed to
operate on radio frequencies which have been
assigned to the exclusive use of cordless
telephones. As the use of cordless telephones
becomes more widespread, the quality of service
obtained from this apparatus may lessen.
In the event of a power failure
In the event of a mains power failure you will not
be able to make or receive calls from your
Freestyle 70. Alternative arrangements should
be made for access to emergency services.
Guarantee
Transmission frequencies
of available channels
Your Freestyle 70 is under guarantee for a year,
provided that:
Channels
Base Unit Tx
Freq./MHz
Handset Tx
Freq./MHz
• The goods have only been used for their
intended purpose, and have not been subjected
to misuse, or been wilfully or accidentally
damaged.
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31.0375
39.9375
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31.0625
39.9625
3
31.0875
39.9875
4
31.1125
40.0125
5
31.1375
40.0375
6
31.1625
40.0625
7
31.1875
40.0875
8
31.2125
40.1125
Safety advice
Don’t use your Freestyle 70 in the open air
during thunderstorms. Unplug it from the
telephone line and the mains socket when
there are storms in your area.
Don’t use your Freestyle 70 outdoors in
the rain, or handle it with wet hands.
• The goods have not been tampered with or
repaired by anyone other than BT, its staff or
agents.
If you are having problems with your Freestyle 70,
you can contact the BT product helpline on
Lo-call 0845 7697146 where fully trained staff
can help you from 9.00am to 5.30pm Monday
to Friday.
If the unit is faulty within the guarantee period,
return it with proof of purchase to your supplier,
for repair or replacement.
If your Freestyle 70 needs repair outside the
guarantee period, take the complete Freestyle 70
to any BT shop for forwarding to the repair
department (there will be a carriage charge
for this service).
Alternatively you can call the repair centres on
01325 304346 or 01672 564444 between 9.00am
and 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.
The terms of this guarantee do not affect your
statutory rights.
Don’t install the base unit near a sink, bath or
shower. Electrical appliances can cause serious
injury if used when you are wet or standing
in water.
Don’t install the base unit where the various
leads can be tripped over or walked on. This
may cause injury, or damage to the leads and
your Freestyle 70.
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Maintenance
Installing a handset battery pack
and recharging
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The handset battery compartment is located at
the back of the handset at the lower end.
Replace the handset on the base unit
and charge for a full 24 hours.
The battery pack must be recycled or
disposed of properly.
Do not burn or puncture as it could
release toxic material which may cause
injury.
Care of rechargeable battery pack
To change the handset battery pack
Replacing the handset on the base unit
to recharge overnight should keep the
Freestyle 70 operative for normal use.
In time the handset battery pack will
no longer hold a sufficient charge and
should be replaced.
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Firmly hold the handset in both hands
with the back towards you and the
bottom end away from you.
•
Push the depression in the battery
compartment cover, inward and away
from you with both thumbs, to remove it.
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Undo the plastic belt securing the
battery pack.
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Insert the small white plug of the new
battery pack. (If you look at the shape
of the plug and socket you will see
that it can only be inserted one way).
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Remove the old battery pack by
unplugging the small white plug that
connects it to the handset.
Place the battery pack in the recess,
secure it with the plastic belt and refit
the compartment cover.
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When you first setup the Freestyle 70,
or replace the battery pack, the handset
must be fully charged for 24 hours
before use.
•
To maintain optimum charge and
battery condition, the handset should
be allowed to fully discharge about
every four months.
•
Dispose of Ni-Cad battery packs safely.
Do not puncture or burn them. They
contain toxic materials which could
cause injury.
Cleaning the charging contacts
•
Wipe the casing clean with a damp,
not wet cloth.
•
Check that the charging contacts on
the base and the handset are clean. If
necessary wipe them with a dry cloth.
•
Do not use spray or abrasive cleaners
as damage to the internal components
or polished surfaces could result.
Spare parts for your Freestyle 70 are available
from your BT shop or supplier, or you can
contact us on Lo-call 0845 7697146 between
9.00am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday.
Wall mounting
Your Freestyle 70 can be wall-mounted by using
the bracket provided. You can use the bracket
as a template to mark where the screws should
go into the wall.
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Clip the bracket onto the base unit as shown
below.
Before you wall-mount your Freestyle 70,
check that:
• the wall can support the weight of the base
unit and handset.
• the position you choose leaves sufficient space
so that the base unit (which is larger than
the bracket) is clear of any obstruction on the
wall, such as a shelf or cupboard. Room
should be left so that the handset can be placed
on charge without touching any obstructions.
• leave enough room for the aerial to be
extended when wall mounted.
WALL PLUG
WALL
B SQUEEZE
INWARD
SCREW
102mm
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1
Drill 2 holes for the screws and insert the
wall-plugs provided (if required).
2
Drive the screws into the wall, leaving about
4mm free on which to mount the bracket
and base unit.
3
Make sure that the power supply and the
telephone cables are connected to the base
unit, then fit the cables into the channels on
the bottom of the base unit.
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Attach the bracket and base unit
by hooking them over the screws
protruding from the wall.
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Wall mounting template
102 mm
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Index
Adaptor
Aerial
base
handset
Base Unit
Battery
care
changing
charging
Calls
ending
making
receiving
Channel button
Cleaning
Dialling mode
Directory label
Emergency calls
Ending a call
Environment
Guarantee
Handset
Help and advice
Helpline
Inductive coupler
Location
Maintenance
Making calls
Memory/Quickdial numbers
change a number
clear a number
dialling
storing
5
6
5
2
6, 16
16
5
8
8
8
8
16
11
9
4
8
14
15
1
12, 13
4
8
6
16
8
10
10
10
9, 10
Paging the handset
Pause
Power adaptor
Power failure
Pulse dialling
Quickdial memory
change a number
clear a number
dialling numbers
directory label
storing numbers
Recall
Receiving calls
Redialling last number
Ringer equivelance number
(REN)
Safety instructions
Security
Setting up
Switchboards
Technical information
Telephone socket
Tone dialling
Transmission frequencies
Unpacking your Freestyle 70
Volume
handset ringer
speech
Wall mounting
template
Warnings
11
11
5
15
11
10
10
10
9
9,10
11
8
9
14
7,15
14
5
11,14
14
5
11
15
4
8
9
17
18
4,5
19
Offices in Europe, North America,
Japan and Asia Pacific.
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.
TouchTone™ is a registered trade mark of
British Telecommunications plc in the UK.
© British Telecommunications plc 1999.
Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJ.
Registered in England No. 1800000.
Produced by: HB Europe.
Designed by: The Art & Design Partnership Limited.
Printed in China. Freestyle 70 Issue 1 (06/99) 3
Printed on paper which meets international environmental standards.
CE compliant to 89/336/EEC
(EMC Directive) & 73/23/EEC
(Low Voltage Directive)
APPROVED for connection to
telecommunication systems specified
in the instructions for use subject to
the conditions set out in them
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