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Getting your CWB I 00
ready for use
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the phone
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Helpful information
Pleaseturn
over
for a diagram
of your
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Connecting the telephone
line
P!ugthe telephone line cord into the telephone wall sock~
You can now make and receive telephone calls and store
numbers in the me~~
Switchboard
(Recall
use
Mode)
The Earth Recall (ER)/Timed
located under the memory
Break Recall (TBR) switch,
card, is s.et to TBR. It should
remain in this position unless connected
to a switchboard
requiring Earth Recall signalling. Please refer to your
switchboard
prOvi~r
if you require
If you are using a compatible
more information.
switchboard, the message
indicator light will show if you have messages waiting.To
use the message waiting facility you may need to movethe
Message On/Off
switch (located
under the memory
card) to the 'On' position. Consult your switchboard
provider
for more information.
WARNING
If this telephone is not being used on a switchboard,
the Message
On/Off
switch (located under the
memory card) must be in the off position.
Getting your CWB I 00 ready for use
To store two-touch
Memory
memory numbers
Lift the handset.
You can store up to 13telephone numbers in the memory.
Up to 3 numbers can be stored usingthe one-touch
memory buttons M I, M2 and M3, An additional 10 numbers
can be stored using the two-touch memories.
STORE
Pressthe Store button a,ndenter the telephonenumberyou
8 wantto store.
STORE
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~ore your most frequently used numbers in the memory to
save dialling the whole number each time you want to call it
You can note the telephone numbers on the memory cam
to keep track of which numbers are stored where.
To store one-touch
P~ssthe Store button againand pre'Ss
a keypadnumber
between0-9 underwhich you wantto Storethat number:
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Replacethe handset.
Change any existing stored telephone number simply by
entering a new one in its place.
memory numbers
Lift the handset.
STORE
Pressthe Store button then enter the telephonenumber
.you
wantto store.
Dialling a stored number
Lift the handset.
STORE
Press the Store button again and press either the M I , M2 or
.M3
one-touch
.telephone
-
.Either
button under which you want to store the
number:
press the relevant M I , M2 or M3 button.
Or
MEMORY
Replace the handset.
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Press the Memory
button and then press the relevant
keypad number between 0-9.
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The stored number is dialled automaticall):
Using the phone
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Helpline
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Pause
Latching privacy
For services such as home banking and when connected
certain switchboards
to
During a call you can mute your voice so your caller cannot
you may need to insert a pause intothe
hear you while you hold a conversation with someone else
in the room. You can still hear your caller:
dialling sequence when storing in the memory.
To store a pause in the memo~ press the Pause button
Where required.
Press the Privacy button, the privacy light comes on.
While the privacy light is on, your caller is unable to hear
what you are saying.
To remove privacy: press the Privacy button again.
(For use with switchboards)
If your switchboard
has a voicemail facility and your
Using your CWB I 00 with a
extension has been allocated a voice mailbox, the
message indicator
hearing aid
light will come on when you have
messages waiting.
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Your CWB I 00 lets .you choose between
3 different
Your CWB I 00 is titted with a device to improve the sound
quality for people using hearing aids. If you wear a hearing
aid, switch ~ to ~heT P?sition.You shou!d a~just the P?sition
of the earpiece In relatIon to your heanng aId to obtain the
best possible reception.
ringing tones.
Recall
Position the switch an the back of your telephone marked
R I/R2/R3 to the required tone.
This is often used for a number of services availablefrom
your telephone network and for use when connected to
.certain
switchboards. Details on when to use the R button
will be explained by your network or swrtchboard provider:
Ringer volume
Move the switch on the back of the telephone to adjust the
ringer to the required volume: Oft; Low, High.
Using the phone
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Helpline
If you experience
any problems with your CWB I 00
Cable & Wireless
(9.00am -5.00pm,
Helpline
on 0208 787 3 III
Monday -Friday)
Warranty
This product has a warranty of I 2 months and is therefor
guaranteed to be free from defects in materials and
workmanship during that period. If you experience a
problem within that time, simply call our Helpline for advil
f your problem cannot be solved by our Helpline. you will neec
:0 retum your product to the place where it was purchased.
,emember to take your receipt as proof of purchase as it must
)e produced before the WalTanty can be honoured.
The product must have been used only for the intended
purpose and not been subjectedto wilful or accidental
damage. This warranty doesnot coverdamage caused
by excessivevoltage,lightning,or faults on the telephone
line. If the product or serial number has been
tampered with in any way,or repairs attempted,the
warranty shall be considerednull and void.
Thisguarantee doesnot affect your statutoryrights.
Helpful Information
4.
Helpful
Service & maintenance
Technical Details
I. Where
.Direct
to connect
To clean
your CWB I 00
Exchange Unes providing Multi-frequency
signalling and Timed
.Extensions
Occasionallywipe over the machine with a clean. slightly
damp cloth.
Break Recall facilities.
via new style sockets provided
.Compatible
(MF)
switchboards
for DELs.
which utilise MF signalling and
Do not use spraysor abrasivecleanersasthese maydamagethe
casingand interior components.
Timed Break Recall or Earth Recall.
2. Where not to connect your CWB I 00
.To
.To
Siting
a shared service line (party line).
a I + I carrier system.
3. Your CWB I 00 has been approved
following
.Simple
.Earth
.Dial(ing
for the use of the
facilities:
telephone
facilrtY
.Mu~i-Frequency
(MF orTone)
.Timed
Break Recall
.Last
Avoid direct sunlight,extreme temperatures, high humidity
and places V'here your CWB I 00 could get wet
signalling
Recall
number redial
from stored memories
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) of this apparatus
is I. If the RENs of all the units connected to your line
are added up, the total must not exceed 4 since that is
the norrnallimft of most exchange lines.
information
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-ielpline 0208 787 3111
CE
Cable & Wireless Communications Services Ltd
Helpline
0208
787 3111
(9.00am
-5.00pm)
Cable & Wireless pursues a policy of continuous
development of its products and services
This document is for guidance only and does not form part
of any contract. It is subject to change without notice.
Ve..ion 2 -September '99
IML-CWBIOO-3
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