ClearSounds AMPLIFIED FREEDOM PHONE CSC600D Troubleshooting guide

ClearSounds AMPLIFIED FREEDOM PHONE CSC600D Troubleshooting guide
Operating Manual
ClearSounds® CSC600D
Amplified Freedom Phone™
with Full ClearDigital Power™
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PRIOR TO USE
Pg. 4
Pg. 4-6
Pg. 7-8
Pg. 9-10
Pg. 10-13
Congratulations
Important Safety Instructions
Location of Controls
Keys Descriptions
Installation Steps
MENU NAVIGATION
Pg. 14
Menu Map
BASIC TELEPHONE FUNCTIONS
Pg. 15-16
Pg. 16-17
Pg. 18
Pg. 18
Pg. 19
Pg. 19
Pg. 20
Pg. 20-21
Amplification
Ringer Setting
Visual Indicator
Hearing Aid and Cochlear Implant Users
Speakerphone
Answer a Call
Make a Call
Audio & Telephone Headset Jacks
TELEPHONE SETTINGS
Pg. 22
Pg. 23
Pg. 23
Pg. 24
Pg. 24-25
Pg. 25-28
Dialing Mode
Menu Keys Tone Set-up
Talking Dialing
Talking Review
One-Touch Memory
Mute, Redial, Hold and Flash
DISPLAY SETTINGS
Pg. 28
Pg. 29
Pg. 30
Pg. 30-31
Pg. 32
Languages
Set Contrast
Set Date & Time
LCD Description
Reviewing Voice Mail Messages
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CALLER ID (CID)
Pg. 32
Pg. 33
Pg. 33-34
Pg. 34
Pg. 34-35
Pg. 35
Pg. 35
Pg. 35
General Information
Receiving & Storing Caller ID Records
Talking Caller ID
Caller ID on Call Waiting
Review Caller ID
Dial from Caller ID
Delete Caller ID
Store Caller ID
PHONEBOOK
Pg. 36
Pg. 37
Pg. 38
Pg. 38
Pg. 38
Pg. 39
General Information
Add Phonebook Entries
View Phonebook Entries
Dial a Phonebook Number
Delete, Erase and Edit Phonebook Entries
VIP Setting
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
Important FCC Information for Customers
INDUSTRY CANADA
WARRANTY POLICY
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PRIOR TO USE
PRIOR TO USE
Congratulations on your purchase of the CSC600D phone from
ClearSounds Communications®. Please read this User Manual
carefully in order to get the best use out of your new phone.
This phone is designed for individuals with mild to severe
hearing loss. Keep this manual near the phone for easy
reference.
Please visit our website at www.clearsounds.com to register
your product, download additional manuals and review
trouble-shooting tips.
Be sure to save your sales receipt as your proof of purchase
should you need warranty service. The serial number for this
product is located on the underside of the base and looks
like: CSC600D_BLK_XXX000XXX00.
Warranty Service – This product is designed to provide years
of quality service. However, if there is a malfunction and the
troubleshooting recommendations on pages 39 & 40 do not
resolve the problem, follow the warranty procedure on pages
44 & 45.
█ IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read and understand the Installation Guide and User Manual.
When using your phone equipment, basic safety precautions
should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock and injury to person, including the following:
WARNING: The CSC600D phone is capable of amplifying
sounds to a loud volume. It is important to instruct all
potential users of its proper operation. It is advised to adjust
the volume control to the minimum level (Low) when not in
use and alert other users that hearing damage can potentially
result from misuse.
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WARNING: Use only the power supply indicated in the User’s
Manual.
WARNING: To avoid the possibility of electrical shock, do not
use this product near water (For example, near a bathtub,
wash basin, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a wet basement
or near a swimming pool) while in the bathtub or shower or
when you are wet. If the phone becomes submerged in water,
do not attempt to retrieve it until after you have unplugged
the AC adapter from the electrical outlet and the line cord
from the modular wall jack. Do not plug the phone back in
until it has dried completely.
WARNING: Avoid using the phone during electrical storms.
There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
If the electrical storm is present in your immediate area,
possibility of electrical shock exists.
WARNING: Do not use the phone if you suspect a gas leak in
the area. The phone’s electrical contact could create a spark,
which could ignite any heavy concentration of leaking gas.
WARNING: When cleaning, unplug the phone first, and
then use a damp cloth to wipe. Do not use liquid cleaners or
aerosol cleaners on the phone.
WARNING: No phone should ever be placed near an open
radiator or heating register.
WARNING: Occasionally a power surge can occur on electrical
lines without warning. With any electrical device that you
plug into an outlet, it is suggested you use a surge protector.
A surge protector will prevent power surges from damaging
your phone. Surge protectors are simple devices available at
your local hardware store.
WARNING: Do not overload wall outlets or extension cords as
this can increase the risk of fire or electrical shock.
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WARNING: Never push any object through the slots in the
phone. They can touch dangerous voltage points or short out
parts that could results in risk of fire or electrical shock.
WARNING: Do not cover slots and opening on the units, they
are needed for ventilation and protection against overheating.
WARNING: Stop using the phone if dropped or if it becomes
damaged.
WARNING: Ring volume is very loud and can damage your
hearing. Never put your ear close to the ringer.
WARNING: Pay attention to the polarity of the batteries
and insert the rechargeable batteries in accordance with the
polarity symbols. Use only batteries identified as acceptable
and never use alkaline batteries, which can cause personal
injury as well as damage to the unit.
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC)
This phone meets the FCC standards for Hearing Aid
Compatibility.
IMPORTANT: YOUR RECEIPT IS PART OF YOUR WARRANTY
AND MUST BE RETAINED AND PRODUCED IN THE EVENT OF A
WARRANTY CLAIM.
PLEASE SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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█ LOCATION OF CONTROLS
2
4
5
3
6
1
7
9
10
8
11
12
21
13
14
20
15
19
01.
02.
03.
04.
05.
06.
07.
08.
09.
10.
11.
17
Handset Hanger Tab
Large LCD Screen/Caller ID Screen
Hook Switch
Left Soft Key
Up/Down Scroll
Right Soft Key
Emergency Memory Key
Handset Tone Control
Handset Volume Control
Voice Mail Key
Call Waiting Key
16
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
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18
Program Key
Emergency Memory Key
Amplify Activation Key
Hands-Free Headset Key
Speakerphone Key
Redial Key
Message waiting / New call LED
1-Touch Memory Keys (M1-M5)
Lighted Keypad
Speaker
LOCATION OF CONTROLS (continued)
REAR
LEFT SIDE
RIGHT SIDE
31
22 23 24 25 26 27
30
UNDERSIDE
28
32
36
29
33
34
35
REAR OF BASE
22. Audio (3.5mm) Headset / Neckloop Jack
23. Port for (optional) ClearSounds Bed Shaker
24. Shaker/Strobe Ringer Select
25. Amplification Reset Override Switch (ON/OFF)
26. AC Power Adapter Jack
27. Phone Line Cord Jack
LEFT SIDE
28. Handset Cord Jack
29. Phone (2.5mm) Headset/
Neckloop Jack
RIGHT SIDE
30. Speakerphone and Ringer
Volume Controls
31. Memory Card (Record Speed
Dial Names/Numbers)
UNDERSIDE OF BASE
32. Backlight On/Off Switch
33. Wall Mount Keyhole Slots
34. Message Waiting On/Off Switch
35. Battery Compartment
36. Memory Card
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█ KEYS DECRIPTIONS
Make/Answer a call
Activates the speakerphone if pressed during a
call, as described on page 19
Enter the redial list, as described on page 26
Insert a pause when pre-dialing a number or
storing a one-touch memory key, as described
on page 24
Highlight or scroll for lists and menu options
Enter the Caller ID (CID) list, as described on
page 34
Soft Keys – Two soft keys are used to select
functions displayed directly above each of the
soft keys (on the bottom line of the display).
Functions displayed above the soft key will
change as you move through the menu.
Press to add an extra level of amplification &
tone
These three keys are used as one-touch speed dial keys:
Emergency Memory Key
Voice Mail Memory Key
Emergency Memory Key
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█ KEYS DESCRIPTIONS (continued)
To store numbers, as described on page 24
To disconnect a call and re-establish dial tone
or to switch over to another caller if you use call
waiting, as described on pages 28 & 34
One-Touch Memory Keys – Store up to 5 numbers
for one-touch
memory dialing, as described on page 24
To adjust ringer and speakerphone volume
█ INSTALLATION STEPS
Installation of your ClearSounds® CSC600D Amplified
Freedom Phone with Full Digital Power is easy. There are
some basic steps you need to take when you set-up your
phone for the first time.
1. Check parts list
2. Pre-select auxiliary features:
a. AMPLIFICATION: Amplify Override ON / OFF
b. RINGER: Strobe & Shaker / Only Shaker /
Only Strobe
3. Installation
If, at any time, you have questions about your phone after
reading this manual, please contact the ClearSounds®
Customer Service Department at
1-800-965-9043.
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1. PARTS CHECKLIST
Check the contents of the box - The CSC600D should contain:
Phone base
Handset
Phone Line Cords
AC Adapter
User Manual
Wall Plate Adapter
2. PRE-SELECT AUXILIARY FEATURES: If you plan to mount
your phone on the wall, you may want to consider setting
up the Amplification Override Switch (page 16) and Ringer
Switch (page 18).
3. PHONE INSTALLATION
The phone should be located in an area where it is easy to
see the visual display and lighted ringer. Choose an area near
a phone wall jack (RJ11C) and power outlet. The phone may
be placed on a shelf or table or may be fixed to the wall. To
avoid potential interference, the phone should not be located
near electronic equipment, such as personal computers,
television or microwave ovens.
Begin by removing the clear plastic Caller ID protective
tab. This film tab is only for display and to protect your
Caller ID display during shipping.
Note: (4) AAA Alkaline batteries can be installed
(optional) to provide back-up power to the Caller ID
Screen, Phonebook and Memory Keys.
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To install:
1. Make sure the AC adapter and phone line cord are
disconnected.
2. Open the battery compartment door located on the
underside of the phone by unscrewing the battery
compartment door and removing it from the phone
(screwdriver provided).
3. Correctly insert 4 AAA Alkaline batteries (purchased
separately) in the battery compartment. Be sure to
observe battery polarity as imprinted.
4. Replace the battery compartment door and screw it
back in place.
Desk / Table Mounting
1. Connect one end of the 6 ft phone
cord to the line jack on the back of
the base and connect the other end
rear of base
to a modular phone jack.
2. Plug the AC power adapter into the
jack on the back of the base, then plug the AC adapter
into a standard electrical outlet or surge protector.
NOTE: The adapter is required for the phone to work.
Wall Mounting
Desk tab
Wall mount
position
tab position
1. Slide the handset hanger tab
out and reverse its position
(rotate it 180 degrees). Slide
it back into place so that the
hook points up (see Diagram 6).
This will keep the handset
from falling out of the cradle
when it is mounted on the wall.
Diagram 6
2. Plug the AC power adapter into
the jack on the back of the telephone. Wait until the
phone is completely setup before plugging the AC
adapter into the electrical outlet or surge protector.
NOTE: The adapter is required for the telephone to
work correctly.
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3. Install two self-tapping screws (not supplied) at
a distance of 86.5 mm apart from each other on a
horizontal line.
4. Connect one end of the 8-inch phone cord to the line
jack on the back of the base and connect the other end
to a modular phone jack.
5. Holding the base slightly above the mounting screws
on the wall jack, push the base against the mounting
screws so they are hooked into the left and right
keyhole slots on the back of the phone. Slowly slide
the base down until it snaps into place.
6. Plug the AC power adapter into the electrical outlet.
CAUTION: To reduce risk of personal injury, fire, or
damage use only the adapter provided.
Screw head
Wall
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MENU NAVIGATION
Screen Navigation
MENU MAP – this identifies how the menu is displayed for navigation
Main Menu
Submenu I
CID (Caller ID) Book
(p. 32)
Erase (p. 35)
Erase all (p. 35)
Store (p. 35-36)
Set Display
(p. 28)
Set Language (p. 28)
Set Contrast (p. 29)
Level 1-7
Dim: X--->x (p. 29)
ON or OFF
Hour Format (p. 30)
12 hr or 24 hr clock
Date Format (p. 30)
MM/DD or DD/MM
Set Phone
(p. 22)
Set Ring (p. 17)
Date and Time
(p. 30)
Set Talk
Call Waiting (p. 27)
ON or OFF
Set Flash (p. 27)
100ms, 110 ms,
300ms, 600ms
Dialing Mode (p. 22)
Tone or Pulse
DIALING TALKING (p.23)
ON or OFF
CID TALKING (p. 33)
ON or OFF
REVIEW TALKING (p.24)
ON or OFF
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Submenu II
Day volume
Night volume
Ringer tone
VIP tone
Keypad Tones (p. 23)
ON or OFF
To Access a MENU Option
1. To display the menu list, press the Menu soft key.
2. To scroll through menu options, press ▲ or ▼
repeatedly. The menu item that is currently selected
will be highlighted.
3. When the desired menu item is highlighted, press the
Select or Save soft key.
To Exit from any MENU
If you press the Back soft key or the Exit soft key from any
menu, the phone returns to the previous screen. Continue to
press the Back or Exit soft key to return to the main screen.
The phone will automatically return to the main screen from
any menu if no key is pressed for 60 seconds.
BASIC TELEPHONE FUNCTIONS
█ Using the Amplification Function
Your ClearSounds® CSC600D is equipped with a specialized
amplification function designed to adjust to your needs.
Flexibility in the management of amplification is important
when trying to achieve listening clarity. Be sure to try all
levels of amplification to find the best level for your hearing
needs.
You may press the AMP key to temporarily increase the
volume of the handset during a call. To return to normal,
press the key again. Volume levels will also return to normal
when the handset is replaced on the base after the call. Once
the AMP key is pressed, an extra level of amplification and
tone enhancement is added. During a call, adjust the Volume
control and Tone control on the front panel of the phone
to fit the levels to your hearing requirements. The volume
control provides up to 30 dB of volume before the AMP key
is activated. Once the AMP key is activated, the phone will
provide up to 50 dB of amplification and tone adjustment.
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Please Note: The AMP key controls both the loudness & tone
frequency of the handset.
Using the Amplification Reset Override Switch (located
on the underside of the base) The ClearSounds® CSC600D
is designed with unique features to protect users from being
exposed to dangerous sound levels. You are able to switch
between automatic or manual amplification, and you should
select the setting that best suits your needs.
Set ON – When the Amplification Reset Override Switch
is set to ON, the amplify function will be ON every time a call
starts. The user will no longer need to remember to press the
AMP key with every telephone conversation. When the phone
hangs up, the amplify setting will remain ON.
Set OFF – When the Amplification Reset Override Switch
is set to OFF, the amplify function will be OFF every time a
call starts. This allows people who do not require the level of
amplification offered on the phone to use it. Every time a call
starts, the user will need to press the AMP key in order to
gain the extra level of amplification and tone control. When
the phone hangs up, the AMP key will reset to OFF.
Important: You may manually turn ON and OFF the amplify
function during a conversation by simply pressing the AMP key.
NOTE: Your ClearSounds® CSC600D comes from the factory
preset in the OFF position. If you would like to override the
factory preset, simply change the selection on the underside
of the phone to ON.
█ Ringer Setting
You can adjust the ringer of your phone as high as +95 dB.
There are 2 methods to set this feature.
Method 1 (Volume Only):
By adjusting volume on the right side of the phone
In standby mode, you can adjust the ringer volume by using
the Volume Control VOLUME- or VOLUME+ on the right side
of the phone. The display will show the current level. For
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example: Ringer LOW. You will also hear the audible ringer
at each level you select.
Method 2 (Volume and Custom Features):
By using the Menu
You can select your own ring tone and adjust the day and
night volume. You can also adjust the volume to “OFF” in
order to turn off the ringer. “Day volume” is 6 a.m. to 10
p.m. and “Night volume” is 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press ▼ to scroll to Set Phone and then press the
Select soft key.
3. Press the Select soft key to access Set Ring. The
display shows Day volume: Press the Change soft key
repeatedly to choose from Low, Medium, High and Off.
Every time you press the Change soft key, the phone
rings with the selected volume. Press the Save soft
key to confirm and return to the previous menu or
press ▼ to confirm and move to the next selection.
4. Press ▼ to set the Night volume. Use the same
method as you set the Day volume. Press ▼ to set the
Ringer tone.
5. Press the Change soft key to select the desired Ringer
Tone. Press the Change soft key repeatedly to choose
from Standard, Wilhelm Tel, Small world, Prelude, Love
is blue, Ashita, NO4, NO5, NO1, NO2, Fuga. Each time
you press the Change soft key, the phone rings with
the selected ring tone. Press the Save soft key or press
▼ to set the VIP tone.
6. If you set the VIP (Very Important Person) tone,
when a new call comes in, and the caller’s number
has already been stored in the phonebook, the phone
will ring with the VIP tone selected. Use the same
method as you set the Ringer Tone. Press the Save soft
key or press ▼ to set the Keypad tone. (Additional
information can be found on page 39).
Note: You can also adjust the ringer volume while you are
receiving an incoming call. Press VOLUME- or VOLUME+
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on the right side of the phone to increase or decrease the
volume while the phone is ringing.
Note: If you set the volume to “OFF”, when a call comes in,
only the New Call information appears on the LCD and the
phone will not ring.
Other Ringer Alert Options: Strobe & Shaker / Only Shaker
/ Only Strobe (located on the rear of the base)
Your telephone incorporates several options to alert you that
the phone is ringing. The loud, adjustable ringer as well as
the bright strobe and optional bed shaker or any combination
of these allows you to customize the phone to fit your needs.
Your phone is equipped with a bright strobe light that can
flash a very bright strobe when the phone rings. If you have
selected the strobe to be ON, it will flash on all volume
levels.
Your phone is equipped with a 3.5mm vibrating alert jack for
an optional bed shaker (purchased separately) to alert you
when the phone is ringing. Simply plug it into the shaker jack
and place it between your mattress and box spring or under
the cushion of a chair. When the phone rings, the pad will
vibrate with each ring of the phone.
NOTE: Your ClearSounds® CSC600D comes from the factory
preset to both Strobe & Shaker ON position. If you would like
to override the factory preset, simply change the selection on
the rear of the phone.
█ Using your Visual Indicator
The red flashing visual indicator on the base will flash to alert
you to new calls received or if you have a voice mail message
waiting from your service provider. To turn this feature OFF,
see page 32.
█ Using your Phone with Hearing Aids and
Cochlear Implants
Your phone can be used with hearing aids and cochlear
implants equipped with a telecoil (T-coil). Adjust your
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hearing aid “T-switch” to the “T” position. Make sure to hold
the handset close to your T-coil.
█ Using your Speakerphone
For optimal speakerphone performance, avoid the following:
• Areas with high background noise (The microphone
might pick up these sounds and prevent the
speakerphone from going into the receiving mode
when you finish talking).
• Surfaces affected by vibration.
• Recessed areas such as in a corner, under a cupboard,
or next to a cabinet, which can generate an echo effect.
To answer or place a call using the speakerphone, press the
Speaker key on the base.
█ Answering a Call
NOTE: Make sure the ringer switch is set to HI, MED or LO, or
the phone will not ring. If you have selected the strobe to be
ON, it will flash on all settings.
Using the Handset
1. To answer a call, lift the handset and speak.
2. Adjust your volume and tone settings if needed.
3. To end the call, replace the handset on the base.
Using the Speakerphone
1. To answer a call, press the Speaker key on the base.
2. Adjust your volume by using the volume control
VOLUME- or VOLUME+ located on right side of the
phone.
3. To end the call, press the Speaker key again on the
base.
Using a Headset or Neckloop (see page 21)
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█ Making a Call
Using the Handset
1. To make a call, lift the handset and listen for a dial
tone.
2. You can dial a number manually or press one of the
memory dial keys once programmed. If you make a
mistake while entering a number, press the Clear soft
key to delete it or hang up and begin again.
3. Adjust your volume and tone settings if needed.
4. When finished, hang up the handset.
Using the Speakerphone
1. Press the Speaker key on the base and listen for a dial
tone.
2. Dial the number you want to call. If you make a
mistake while entering a number, press the Clear soft
key to delete it or hang up and begin again.
3. Adjust your volume by using the volume control
VOLUME- or VOLUME+ located on right side of the
phone.
4. When finished, press the Speaker key to hang up.
5. To change back from speakerphone to handset
use, simply pick up the handset to disable the
speakerphone. The
icon will disappear from the LCD.
6. To change back from handset to speakerphone, simply
press the Speaker key and then hang up the handset.
The
icon will appear on the LCD and the handset is
disabled.
NOTE: You can also press and hold any memory key for two
seconds and the speakerphone will turn on and automatically
dial the programmed number.
Using Audio and Telephone Neckloop/Headset Jacks
Your phone is equipped with both Audio and Telephone
Headset jacks, providing total flexibility and multifunctionality. Both jacks are amplified, allowing you to
adjust both the tone and volume. These jacks accommodate
a variety of optional accessories including neckloops,
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headphones, earbuds, silhouettes, cellular accessories and
cochlear patchcords* (not included).
*Caution: Before plugging any cord into your cochlear implant
processor, you should consult your implant manufacturer.
The Audio Neckloop/Headset Jack - the 3.5mm Audio
Neckloop/Headset jack allows you to listen through your
device while speaking into the handset or speakerphone.
This jack is located on the rear side of the base.
Telephone Headset Jack - the 2.5mm telephone jack can
accommodate many hands-free headsets. By using this jack,
you can listen and speak through your hands-free headset.
This jack is located on the left side of the base. NOTE: When
a 2.5mm audio device is plugged in, the audio signal to the
handset & speakerphone will now be transferred to the audio
device. No output on the handset or speakerphone will be heard.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Plug your neckloop, headphones, headset or other
accessory into the Audio jack or Telephone headset jack.
If you are using the 3.5mm Audio jack and want to
speak into the handset, lift the handset, listen for dial
tone and dial the number. Speak into the handset
and adjust your volume. To end the call, replace the
handset to the base.
If you are using the 3.5mm Audio jack and want to
speak into the speakerphone, press the Speaker
key, listen for dial tone and dial the number. Speak
into speakerphone (the conversation will be heard
through both your audio equipment and over the
speakerphone) and adjust your volume. To end the
call, press the Speaker key again on the base.
If you are using the 2.5mm Telephone headset jack
for total hands-free communication, leave the handset
key, listen for
in the cradle. Press the Headset
dial tone and dial the number. Talk into the headset
microphone and adjust your volume. To end the call,
press the Headset
key.
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Dialing from Standby Mode
You can enter the desired phone number in standby mode,
which allows you to verify the number before dialing. If
you have the TALKING DIALING function turned ON, the
number will be announced as you dial (see page 23 for more
information). Follow these steps:
1. Enter a telephone number (up to 32 digits) and verify
it is correct. If you make a mistake while entering a
number, press the Clear soft key to delete it.
2. When the number appears correctly, lift the handset or
press the Speaker key and it will dial.
Dialing from the Caller ID List (see page 35)
Dialing from the Redial List (see page 26)
Dialing from the Memory M1 – M5 keys
Press one of the M1 – M5 memory dial keys and the phone
will automatically begin to dial (see page 25 on how to
program the memory dial keys).
TELEPHONE SETTINGS
Reminder: Press the Back or Exit soft key from any menu to
return to the previous screen. Otherwise, after 60 seconds,
the phone will automatically return to the main screen from
any menu if no key is pressed.
█ Dialing Mode Setting
Your ClearSounds® CSC600D comes from the factory preset
for touch-tone service. Should you need to change this
setting based on the type of phone service you have, use
Tone for touch-tone service or Pulse for rotary dialing.
NOTE: If you are not sure which dialing mode to select,
please contact your local phone service provider.
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1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press ▼ to scroll to Set Phone and then press the
Select soft key.
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll to Dialing Mode and then press
the Select soft key.
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select Tone or Pulse and then press
the Save soft key.
█ Menu Keys Tone Setting
Your ClearSounds® CSC600D comes from the factory preset
for menu Keypad Tones ON. This refers to having an audible
tone when navigating the menu to verify a selection. To
change this setting:
1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press ▼ to scroll to Set Phone and then press the
Select soft key.
3. Press the Select soft key again to select Set Ring. The
display shows Day volume:.
4. Press ▲ to select Keypad Tones.
5. Press the Change soft key to choose from ON, OFF and
Link to Ringer (Link to Ringer means that your keypad
setting will match your ringer setting selection) and
then press the Save soft key to confirm.
█ Talking Dialing Setting
Your ClearSounds® CSC600D comes from the factory preset
for Talking Dialing Mode set to ON. This feature allows you
to pre-dial the number you wish to call and you will hear
the number announced as you dial as well as display the
numbers on the LCD. To change this setting:
1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll to Set Talk and then press the
Select soft key.
3. Press the Select soft key to access DIALING TALKING.
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to choose between ON/OFF to activate/
deactivate the talking dialing function and then press
the Select soft key to confirm.
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█ Talking Review Function (Caller ID, Phonebook
& Redial)
Your ClearSounds® CSC600D comes from the factory preset
for Talking Review set to ON.
• When reviewing CID records, the phone will
announce the number.
• When reviewing phonebook entries, the phone will
announce the number or recorded message.
• When using the Redial function, the phone will
announce the number or recorded message.
To change this setting:
1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll to Set Talk and then press the
Select soft key.
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll to REVIEW TALKING and then
press the Select soft key.
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select ON/OFF to activate/deactivate
the talking review function and then press the Select
soft key to confirm.
█ One-Touch Memory Setting & Dialing
Your phone allows you to program 8 frequently dialed
numbers: 5 Memory Keys, 2 Emergency Keys and 1 Voice
Mail Key. Each memory key can store up to 32 digits. You
can insert a 3 second pause into dialing or memory storage
in order to access custom and telebanking services, long
distance, calling cards, etc. Press the REDIAL key at the
desired point in the number to insert the pause and the letter
P will appear at the pause entry.
Storing Memory Numbers (while the telephone is not in
use)
1. Use the keypad to enter the number you want to store.
You can use the Clear soft key to edit the number.
2. Press the PROG key, the display will show “--->?”
3. Press one of the Memory dial keys, the display will
show “Saved”.
4. Repeat for each Memory dial key you want to use.
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Dialing from Memory Numbers
1. In standby mode, press one of the memory dial keys,
the display will show the corresponding number. If
you selected the wrong memory dial, either select
the correct memory dial or press the Clear soft key
repeatedly until you get back to the main screen.
2. Lift the handset or press the Speaker key and the
phone will begin to dial.
NOTE: Press and hold any memory key for two seconds and
the speakerphone will turn on and automatically dial the
programmed number.
NOTE: Entering a new number in the same location will
automatically erase the previous number.
We suggest that you program the emergency number with
your local Police Station, Fire Station, Doctor or Hospital. DO
NOT PROGRAM 911 into any memory keys.
Clearing Memory Numbers
1. Press the Prog key in standby mode, the display will
show “--->?”.
2. Press the desired Memory dial key that you want to
delete and then the display will show “Saved”. This
means the number has been cleared.
█ Mute Setting
During a conversation, you can temporarily switch your phone’s
microphone off to have a private, off-line conversation by using
the MUTE feature. The party on the phone cannot hear you but
you can hear them. A conversation can be muted while using
the handset, speakerphone or hands-free headset feature.
To mute your call any time during the conversation:
1. Press the Mute soft key once. “Mute” appears on the LCD.
2. Press the Unmute soft key to cancel and return to your
phone conversation.
NOTE: You can switch between speakerphone and handset
and without canceling your mute selection.
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█ Redial Function
The Redial key is used to quickly redial the last number you
dialed.
1. Lift the handset or press the Speaker key and listen for
the dial tone.
2. Press the Redial key. The phone will redial up to 32
digits automatically.
Dialing from the Redial List
1. Press the Redial key in standby mode.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ repeatedly until you find the number you
want to dial. If you have the Talking Review Mode set
to ON, the number for each record will be announced as
you scroll through the Redial list.
3. Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key to dial.
Clearing the Redial List
1. Press the Redial key in standby mode.
key, and the display will show
2. Press and hold the
“Empty list” to indicate that all the entries in the list
have been deleted.
Storing from the Redial List
You can add a number to the phonebook from your redial list:
1. Press the Redial key in standby mode.
2. Scroll to the desired number by pressing ▲ or ▼.
3. When the number appears on the display, press the
Store soft key. You will be prompted to enter a name
using your keypad (see page 36 for instructions on
how to enter using the character map).
4. Press the Save soft key and you will see “Number
Stored”.
Note: If no numbers are found in the Redial list, the display
will show “Empty”. When the Redial list is full, each
time you dial a new number, the oldest number stored is
automatically erased.
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█ Hold Function
The display will show a Hold option once you have a call
established. To put a call on hold:
1. Press the Hold soft key once. The “LCD will display
“Call on hold”. Hanging up the handset will not
disconnect the call.
2. To continue the conversation, simply pick up the
handset or press the Unhold soft key.
█ Call Waiting (Flash)
Your ClearSounds® CSC600D comes from the factory preset
for Flash Time to 600ms. Flash timing is the signaling
process that tells the phone system when a phone is on
hook or off hook. The United States uses a 600ms timing
sequence. The European Union uses a 300ms timing
sequence. You can choose from 100ms, 110ms, 300ms or
600ms. To change this setting:
1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press ▼ to scroll to Set Phone and then press the
Select soft key.
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll to Set Flash and then press the
Select soft key.
4. The display shows the current setting. Press ▲ or ▼to
to choose from 100ms, 110ms, 300ms, or 600ms and
then press the Select soft key to confirm.
Your ClearSounds® CSC600D comes from the factory preset
for Caller ID on Call Waiting ON. To change this setting:
1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press ▼ to scroll to Set Phone and then press the
Select soft key.
3. Press ▼ to scroll to Call Waiting and then press the
Select soft key.
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to choose between ON/OFF to activate/
deactivate the call waiting function and then press the
Select soft key to confirm.
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If you subscribe to Call Waiting service from your local phone
provider, during a phone call you will hear a beep to indicate
another call is waiting on the line.
1. To connect to the waiting call, press the Call Waiting
key, and your original call is put on hold.
2. To switch between the two calls, press the Call Waiting
key.
Note: If you subscribe to Call Waiting on Caller ID, you will
receive Caller ID information (if available) on Call Waiting
calls (see page 34).
DISPLAY SETTINGS
Reminder: Press the Back or Exit soft key from any menu to
return to the previous screen. Otherwise, after 60 seconds,
the phone will automatically return to the main screen from
any menu if no key is pressed.
█ Language Setting
The handset supports up to 4 predefined languages: English,
French, Spanish, and German. Changing the language will
cause the menu to be displayed in the new language.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
Press the Select soft key to select Set Display.
Press the Select soft key to select Set Language.
The languages will be displayed. Press ▲ or ▼ to
scroll through the language options. Each language
will be displayed in its own native translation.
5. Select the desired language and then press the Select
soft key.
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To go back to the English menu if you can’t read the current
language displayed:
1. Press the Right soft key.
2. Press the Left soft key.
3. Press the Left soft key.
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to find “English” in the list of languages.
5. Press the Left soft key to save the setting.
█ LCD
Contrast Settings
1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press the Select soft key to access Set Display.
3. Press ▼ to scroll to Set Contrast and then press the
Select soft key.
4. Press ▲ or ▼ repeatedly to choose from the 8
available contrast levels and then press the Select soft
key to confirm.
Switch to Smaller Font
If you select ON, when you pre-dial a number and the
number exceeds 8 digits, the font will be switched to a
smaller size automatically.
1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press the Select soft key to access Set Display.
3. Press ▼ to scroll to Dim:X--->x and then press the
Select soft key.
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to choose between ON/OFF and then
press the Select soft key to confirm.
If you have Caller ID service, the date and hour will be
automatically set when you receive your first call. If you
currently do not have Caller ID service through your phone
company, please follow the directions below. You can change
the format of the time and date to your preference.
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Hour Format Settings
1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press the Select soft key to access Set Display.
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll to Hour Format and then press
the Select soft key.
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to choose between 12 hour clock and 24
hour clock and then press the Select soft key.
Date Format Settings
1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press the Select soft key to access Set Display.
3. Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll to Date Format and then press
the Select soft key.
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to choose between MM/DD and DD/MM
and then press the Select soft key.
Set Date & Time
1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll to Date and Time and then
press the Select soft key.
3. Enter the current time using the numeric keypad and
use the ▲ to select AM/PM and then press the Save
soft key.
4. Enter the current date using the numeric keypad and
then press the Save soft key.
5. Press ▲ or ▼ key repeatedly to select the correct
weekday and then press the Save soft key.
█ LCD DESCRIPTION
Your CSC600D has a large LCD screen that provides useful
information.
Your screen has a backlight that automatically switches off
after 15 seconds of inactivity. You may permanently turn
ON the LCD backlight by using the switch on the back of the
display and select the ON position.
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In standby mode, the large LCD display will show as below:
If you forget to connect the phone line cord,
“No line” will show on the screen.
When you press the Menu soft key, the display
will show the main menu. Use the ▲or ▼ key
to scroll through the menu and select the desired
oneand then press the Select soft key to confirm.
When a new call comes in, the screen will display
the caller’s phone number and/or name
(provided that you subscribe to this service
through your local telephone provider).
Shows the total and new calls to be reviewed.
In the example, there are 16 calls in total,
which includes 12 new calls.
Shows the total of new messages. In the
example, there are 2 new messages and
the display will show MSG 02.
If the caller has exercised the option to prevent
his name and number from being sent, Blocked
number will show on the display.
This message will display when someone calls
from another country, an area where the
telephone company is not offering the caller
identification services or is not yet providing
number delivery to your area.
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█ Reviewing Voice Mail Messages
You must subscribe to Voice Mail from your phone service
provider to use this feature.
When a voice mail message is left, the screen will display
“New voice mail” and the message will be saved as a call.
If you have new messages, you will hear a stutter dial tone
when you pick up the handset. The CSC600D has a message
indicator light, which will blink when you have new messages
and will continue to flash until the message has been
retrieved. You can utilize the one-touch voice mail button if
you have programmed your voice mail access phone number.
Follow the steps provided from your phone provider to listen
to your message(s).
If you want to delete the “New voice mail” text on your LCD,
press the ▲ in standby mode and then press and hold the
key.
Note: You may permanently turn off the red flashing visual
indicator for both message waiting and new calls by simply
setting the indicator to the OFF position (this switch is
located on the underside of the telephone.
CALLER ID (CID) OPERATION
Reminder: Press the Back or Exit soft key from any menu to
return to the previous screen. Otherwise, after 60 seconds,
the phone will automatically return to the main screen from
any menu if no key is pressed.
In order to utilize the Caller ID features, you must subscribe
to Caller ID service through you local phone service provider.
There are fees for Caller ID services, and it may not be
available in all areas. This product can provide information
only if both you and the caller are in areas offering Caller
ID service and both phone service providers use compatible
equipment.
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This telephone automatically displays an incoming caller’s
number/name along with the date and time of the call. It
will record up to 30 calls of up to 15 digits and store the
data into memory.
█ Receiving CID Records
When you receive a call, the Caller ID information is
transmitted between the first and second ring. The Caller ID
information appears on the display while the phone rings,
giving you a chance to monitor the information and decide
whether or not to answer the call.
█ Storing CID Records
Your telephone’s Caller ID memory stores the data for the 30
most recent calls received. When the 31st call is received, the
oldest Caller ID record (1st call) is automatically deleted.
You may review the stored information at any time. Calls
received since your last review show as NEW in the display.
Calls that have not been previously reviewed but were
received from the same number more than once show as
REPT in the display.
█ Talking Caller ID Setting
Your ClearSounds® CSC600D comes from the factory preset
for Talking Caller ID Mode set to ON and will announce the
caller’s number between rings. To change this setting:
1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll to Set Talk and then press the
Select soft key.
3. Press ▼ to scroll to CID TALKING and then press the
Select soft key.
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to select ON/OFF to activate/deactivate
the dialing function and then press the Select soft key
to confirm.
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Note: If you have stored a phone number in the phonebook
and recorded the corresponding name, when an incoming
call with this number comes in, the phone will announce the
name associated with this number. See pages 37 & 38 for
instructions on recording a phonebook name.
█ Caller ID on Call Waiting
When you subscribe to Call Waiting Caller ID service from
your local phone provider, the phone will display the Caller ID
information of the second call while you are on the first call.
1. When you are on existing call, a tone will emit,
and the Caller ID displays the incoming caller’s
information.
2. Press the Call Waiting key to put the current call on
hold and answer the second caller.
3. If the second call is not answered, the Caller ID
information will be transferred into the Caller log. The
caller information is considered “old”.
4. When you have finished with the second call, press
the Call Waiting key to resume your conversation
with the first caller.
█ Caller ID List
Viewing the Caller List
As calls are received and stored, the display is updated to let
you know how many calls have been received. Records will be
listed in the order they were received.
To scroll through the CID records:
1. From the main screen, press ▲ or ▼ to scroll through
the entries. Press ▼ to review the newest CID record
and press ▲ to review the oldest CID record first.
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2. If you have stored the phone number in your phonebook,
the name you have entered will appear, along with the
phone number.
3. If you have the Talking Review Mode set to ON, the
number for each CID record will be announced as you
scroll through the entries.
Dialing a Number from the Caller List
Press ▲ or ▼ to locate the desired record. If you need to
change the dialing format (7 digits, 10 digits or 11 digits),
simply press the * key until you see the desired format of the
number you would like to dial. For example, if the original
number in the Caller ID list was 800-965-9043, press the * key
repeatedly to change it to 1-800-965-9043 or 965-9043. Pick
up the handset or press the Speaker key to dial that number.
Deleting a Single Caller List Record
1. Press ▲ or ▼ to locate the desired record.
2. Press the Options soft key and choose Erase and press
the Select soft key. The display will show “Caller Entry
Erased”.
3. Continue to select records to delete or press the Exit
soft key to return to the main screen.
Deleting All Caller List Records
1. Press ▲ or ▼ to locate any record.
2. Press the Options soft key and press ▼ to scroll to
Erase all and press the Select soft key.
3. The display will show “Erase all?”. Press Yes to confirm
or No to cancel. The display will show “Caller Entries
Erased”.
Storing Caller List Records
1. Use ▲ or ▼ to locate the record.
2. Press the Options soft key and use ▼ to scroll to Store
and press the Select soft key.
3. Name: will appear with the caller’s name listed. Press
the Clear soft key to erase and re-type the name using
the dial keypad (see page 36) or the Save soft key to
save the name as displayed.
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4. The display shows “Record Voice”. Press the Yes soft
key to confirm or the No soft key to cancel. If you press
Yes, you can start to record the name of this entry (up
to 6 seconds). You can also press the End soft key
to confirm and end the recording. Your recording will
immediately play back for your confirmation. Number
Stored will appear.
PHONEBOOK OPERATION
Reminder: Press the Back or Exit soft key from any menu to
return to the previous screen. Otherwise, after 60 seconds,
the phone will automatically return to the main screen from
any menu if no key is pressed.
The built-in phonebook allows you to store frequently used
numbers so that you can easily make a call without having to
remember or enter the phone number. You can store up to
39 numbers in the phonebook.
Character Map
To enter a specific alphanumeric character, press the relevant
key one or more times for the required character according to
the following table: once for the first character, twice for the
second and so on.
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Clarification:
•
•
If you want to shift the case between upper and lower,
between entering letters, press the * key.
When entering the same letter twice or a different
letter with same key, wait for a few seconds for the
cursor to move automatically and then select the next
letter.
█ Adding Phonebook Entries
Method 1: By using the Phonebook Menu
1. Press the PhoneBk soft key to enter the phonebook.
2. Press the Select soft key to choose (Add New Name).
3. The display shows “Name:”. Enter the name you want
to use and then press the Save soft key to confirm. The
display shows “Number:”. Enter the desired number
(up to 24 digits) and then press the Save soft key.
4. The display shows “Record Voice”. Press the Yes
soft key to confirm or the No soft key to cancel. If
you press Yes, you can start to record the name of
this entry (up to 6 seconds). You can also press
the End soft key to confirm and end the recording.
Your recording will immediately play back for your
confirmation.
5. Repeat if necessary.
Note: If you make a mistake while entering a name or a
number, use the Clear soft key to correct it. Each time you
press this key, the last digit is deleted.
Note: If you record a voice prompt for an entry, an icon
will appear before the name of the entry.
Method 2: In Standby Mode
1. Enter a phone number while in standby mode and then
press the Store soft key.
2. Follow steps 3-5 as shown in Method 1.
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█ Viewing the Phonebook Entries
1. Press the PhoneBk soft key to enter the phonebook.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ repeatedly until the desired entry is
highlighted.
3. Press the View soft key to view the details.
Note: If you have activated the Talking Review
feature, every time you press ▲ or ▼, the system
will announce the number or name of the highlighted
entry.
█ Dialing a Number from the Phonebook
Find the number you want to dial (refer to Viewing the
Phonebook Entries above), then lift the handset or press the
Speaker key to dial.
█ Using the Phonebook Options
1. Press the PhoneBk soft key to enter the phonebook.
2. Press ▲ or ▼ repeatedly until the desired entry is
highlighted, and then press the View soft key to view
the details.
3. Press the Options soft key and press ▲ or ▼ to choose
the desired option:
• Play Voice: allows you to play the voice prompt of the
selected entry. If you have recorded a name for this
entry, the phone will announce the name. Otherwise,
it will announce the number.
• Record Voice: allows you to record the name for the
selected entry.
• Erase Voice: allows you to delete the name you have
recorded for the selected entry.
• Edit: allows you to edit the selected entry
• Erase: allows you to delete the selected entry
Note: After editing the name, you need to press the ▼ to edit
the number.
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█ VIP Setting
This feature allows you to assign one specific melody to
everyone in your phonebook. You may choose from eleven
different ring tones. NOTE: This feature ONLY works when you have
subscribed to Caller ID service, the telephone information has been stored in
the phonebook and the ringer is ON.
1. Press the Menu soft key to display the main menu list.
2. Press ▼ to scroll to Set Phone and then press the Select
soft key
3. Press the Select soft key to access Set Ring. The display
shows Day Volume.
4. Press ▼ to move to VIP tone:
5. Press the Change soft key to select the desired Ring Tone
(Standard, Wilhelm Tel, Small world, Prelude, Love is blue,
Ashita, NO4, NO5, NO1, NO2, Fuga). Each time you press
the Change soft key, the phone rings with the selected ring
tone.
6. Press the Save soft key to confirm.
TROUBLESHOOTING
No dial tone
1. Check that all phone cord connections and AC adapter are
securely plugged into the phone, wall jack and electric
outlet.
2. Check that the phone is in the correct dialing mode: tone or
pulse (page 22).
3. Plug another phone into the wall jack to make sure your
phone service is working.
No audible ringer
1. Make sure the ringer is not turned off (pages 16 & 17).
2. Check the volume level of the ringer (pages 16 & 17).
3. Verify the AC adapter is securely plugged into the AC outlet
and phone.
4. You may have too many extensions on your line. Try
unplugging a few a devices.
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No Strobe ringer and/or bed shaker will not activate
1. Make sure the strobe and/shaker switch is turned ON
(page 18).
2. Make sure the bed shaker is plugged into the correct jack.
3. Make sure the bed shaker is plugged in all the way.
No amplification
1. Check to see if Volume has been turned up (pages 15-16)
2. The AC adapter is required; make sure the AC adapter is
plugged into the wall and into appropriate jack on the
phone.
Low handset or speaker volume
1. Check the receiver or speaker volume settings
(pages 15-16 or 19-20)
Can’t be heard by other party
1. Check that all phone cord connections are securely plugged
into the phone and wall jack.
Noise, Static, Interference while using the phone
1. A filter may be required for your home when you have DSL
service or live near radio towers.
2. Make sure the AC adapter is not plugged into the wall outlet
with other appliances.
3. Try relocating the phone to another location.
No numbers dialed when memory button is pressed
1. No number stored in that memory button (page 24).
2. Make sure phone number was programmed and saved
(page 24).
3. Make sure programming is done in the correct dialing mode
(touch-tone or pulse).
Caller ID information does not show
1. Make sure you are subscribed to Caller ID service through
your local phone company.
2. Let the phone ring a couple of times as there may be a
delay in receiving the Caller ID information.
No Caller ID information while on a call
1. Make sure you service provides Caller ID information while
you are on a call. This is sometimes known as “Caller ID on
Call Waiting” or “Type II Caller ID”.
2. The phone cannot display the information if another phone
on the same line is in use.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
General Number:
CSC600D
Amplification: Up to 50 dB incoming
Jack:
Power Requirements
AC power Adapter:
Input: 100~240VAC 50/60Hz, 150mA
Output: 7.5VDC, 500mA
Weight (lb): Approx. 2 lbs.
Dimensions (in.) Base: 7.75x7.5x1.75
3.5mm audio output
2.5mm headset
3.5mm shaker
Features and Specifications subject to change without notice.
Purchase accessories for Your ClearSounds Phone:
Optional Neckloop: CS-CLA7V2 (connects
easily to your phone’s 2.5mm Phone
Headset jack for hands-free conversations).
Requires hearing aid(s) or cochlear
implant(s) with t-coil(s).
Optional Headset: CS-900HS (connects
easily to your phone’s 2.5mm Phone
Headset jack for hands-free conversations).
To learn more, call ClearSounds at 1-800-965-9043 or
visit www.clearsounds.com
FCC WANTS YOU TO KNOW
1. This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the
requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the bottom of this equipment
is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier
of [US: CLSTE12BCSC600D]. If requested, this number must be
provided to the phone company.
2. If the ClearSounds® CSC600D Amplified Freedom Phone with
Full Digital Power causes harm to the phone network, the phone
company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance
of service may be required. But if advance notice isn’t practical, the
phone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also,
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you will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if
you believe it is necessary.
3. The phone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment,
operations or procedures that could affect the operation of the
equipment. If this happens, the phone company will provide advance
notice in order for you to make necessary modification to maintain
uninterrupted service.
4. If you experience trouble with this equipment, you should disconnect
it from the network until the problem has been corrected or until
you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning.
5. Please follow instructions for repairing if any (e.g. battery
replacement section); otherwise do not alternate or repair any parts
of device except as specified.
6. Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact
the state public utility commission, public service commission or
corporation commission for information.
7. If the phone company requests information on what equipment is
connected to their lines, inform them of:
a) The phone number that this unit is connected to,
b) The ringer equivalence number
c) The USOC jack required [RJ11C], and
d) The FCC Registration Number
Items (b) and (d) are indicated on the label. The ringer
equivalence number (REN) is used to determine how
many devices can be connected to your phone line. In
most areas, the sum of the RENs of all devices on any one
line should not exceed five (5.0). If too many devices are
attached, they may not ring properly.
Service Requirements
In the event of equipment malfunction, all repairs should be
performed by our Company or an authorized agent. It is the
responsibility of users requiring service to report the need for
service to our Company or to one of our authorized agents.
Service can be facilitated through our office at:
ClearSounds Communications, Inc.
1743 Quincy Avenue, Suite 155
Naperville, IL 60540
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INDUSTRY CANADA CS03 STATEMENT
This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical
specification. This is confirmed by the registration number. The
abbreviation, IC before the registration number signifies that
registration was performed based on a Declaration of Conformity
indicating that Industry Canada technical specifications were
met. It does not imply that Industry Canada approved the
equipment.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that
it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local
telecommunications company. The equipment must also be
installed using an acceptable method of connections. The
customer should be aware that compliance with the above
conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some
situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized
Canadian maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any
repairs or alterations made by the user of this equipment, or
equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunication
company cause to request the user to disconnect the
equipment.
WARNING! Users should not attempt to make such connections
themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric
inspection authority, or an electrician, as appropriate.
CAUTION: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to
each terminal device provides an indication of the maximum
number of terminals allowed to be connected to a phone
interface.
The termination on an interface may consist of any combination
of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the
Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not exceed
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5. An alternative indication of the REN is the Load Number
(LN); this number should be divided by 20 to approximate the
equivalent REN. The REN Number of this unit is indicated on
the bottom of your phone.
If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected
to the phone line, ensure the installation of the CSC600D does
not disable alarm equipment. If you have questions about what
will disable alarm equipment, consult your phone provider or
a qualified installer.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES003.
LIMITED ONE-YEAR WARRANTY
The product is warranted by ClearSounds against manufacturing
defect in material and workmanship under normal use for one
(1) year from the date of purchase. Should you experience a
problem, contact our customer service department or visit our
website at www.clearsounds.com.
Be sure to save your sale receipt as the proof of purchase date
should you need warranty service.
Your CSC600D Phone comes with a (1) year limited warranty
from the date of purchase.
This product is warranted by
ClearSounds against manufacturing defect in material and
workmanship under normal use. In the event that this product
fails to function properly within one year of the original purchase
due to defects in materials or workmanship, return the unit
(freight prepaid) with proof of purchase (sales receipt or
packing slip, no exceptions) to ClearSounds Communications.
ClearSounds Communications will either repair or replace the
unit (with a refurbished unit or unit of equal condition) and
return it you (using UPS/USPS ground shipping) at no cost to
you. The warranty replacement or repair will be warranted for
a period of 90 days or the remainder of the original warranty
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period (from original purchase date); whichever is longer.
The warranty does not cover accidents, negligence or breakage
to any parts. This includes shipping damage, failure to
follow instructions, misuse, fire, floods, use of incompatible
accessories, Acts of God or failure in your phone service
carrier’s line service. The product must not be tampered with
or taken apart by anyone who is not an authorized ClearSounds
Communications® representative. Tampering with the phone
will void any written or implied warranties.
If a defect covered by this warranty should occur, promptly
contact a Customer Service Representative by phone or log
onto www.clearsounds.com to obtain a Return Merchandise
Authorization number and shipping instructions before shipping
the product to us. Any shipment without a (RMA) Return
Merchandise Authorization number will not be accepted and
will be returned to you at your expense. All authorized returned
products must be accompanied with proof of purchase and a
brief explanation of the problem.
For out of warranty repairs and service, please contact our
Customer Service Department for instructions. The repair shall
be warranted for 90 days.
IMPORTANT: YOUR RECEIPT IS PART OF YOUR WARRANTY
AND MUST BE RETAINED AND PRODUCED IN THE EVENT OF
A WARRANTY CLAIM.
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Service in United States and Canada, contact:
ClearSounds Communications
Attention: Repair Center
1743 Quincy Avenue, Suite 155
Naperville, IL 60540
USA
800-965-9043
Check our website www.clearsounds.com for additional
information and to
download additional manuals and information.
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