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USER 'S MANUAL
TX-255
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FEATURE LIST
1
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2
INTRODUCTION
3
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
4
INSTALL THE BRACKET
6
FUNCTION BUTTONS
7
FUNCTION OPERATIONS
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RECEIVING CALL RECORDS
15
REVIEWING DISPLAY MESSAGES
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CALLER ID SYSTEM OPERATIONS
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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FEATURE LIST
1. FSK and DTMF dual system Caller ID
2. Stores minimum 76 incoming calls name & number,
date & time
3. Stores up to 10 outgoing calls number
4. Stores up to 70 names & numbers in phone book
5. LCD displays calling name and number
6. Call back function
7. Delete individual or all records
8. Real time clock (Set time)
9. New call indicator
10. Area & long distance code setting
11. Languages selection
12. Message waiting function
13. Last number redial
14. Speakerphone
15. 10 two-touch memories
16. 3 one-touch memories
17. Flash, Pause, Mute
18. Timer
19. LCD back light
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, and injury, please follow
these basic safety precautions before you use this equipment.
1. Carefully read the instructions in this manual.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the unit.
3. When cleaning, unplug the telephone jack from the wall outlet. Use
a damp cloth. DO NOT use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
4. Do not use this equipment near water, eg: near a kitchen sink,
bathtub, washbowl, laundry rub, swimming pool or in a wet
basement.
5. Install in a protected location. Ensure all lines and cords are away
from foot traffic. DO NOT place objects on the line cord that may
cause damage or abrasion.
6. Avoid spilling any liquid on the unit. This may cause internal
shorting, fire or shock and is not covered under your warranty.
7. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result
in the risk of fire or electrical shock.
8. Never push objects of any kind into this telephone as they can
touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result
in a risk of fire or electrical shock.
9. Take the phone to a qualified technician when it requires repair
work or service. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not
disassemble the telephone. Opening or removing covers can
expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect reassembly can cause electrical shock during subsequent use.
10.Avoid using the telephone during an electrical storm. There can be
a slight risk of electrical shock from lightning.
11.DO NOT use the telephone to report a gas leak, if in the vicinity of
the leak.
12.Unplug this telephone from the wall outlet and refer servicing to
qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
l If liquid is spilled into the unit.
l If the unit is exposed to rain or water.
l If the unit does not operate normally by following the
operating Instructions.
l If the unit is dropped or the casing is damaged.
l If the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If you have problems with your phone, please check below
for helpful hints:
BLANK OR l Check the line cord. Connect the telephone cord. Check
FAINT
batteries, Check adaptor.
SCREEN
CALLER ID
WILL NOT
WORK
PROPERLY
PHONE
WILL NOT
RING
NO DIAL
TONE
NO DATA
SENT
l
Call your telephone company to verify that your Caller ID
services are active.
l
You may have too many communication devices hooked
to a single line. A communication device can be a phone,
modem or facsimile (FAX) machine. Contact your
telephone company for help in calculating the limit for
your residence or business line.
l
Verify that the line cord is plugged in correctly.
Verify that the line cord connection is correct and tightly
secured.
l
l
l
l
l
Call your telephone company to verify that your caller ID
services are active.
If you have an answering machine connected to this
Phone, ensure that your answering machine is set to
answer after at least two rings.
You answer the call before two rings.
Contact your telephone company if the problem
continues for more than 24 hours. The telephone
company may be experience temporary line.
l If you have experienced a power failure when using
NO RESPONSE ON optional AC adaptor, the batteries for memory back up
LCD DISPLAY could become weak or dead. If the power is restored and
the display screen does not respond then You must
replace the batteries with new ones.
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l
Using the call back feature(NOTE: If the number is blocked or is
not available, it can not be call backed.)
A. Call back the dialled number: The unit can store up to 10 dialled
numbers.
1. In the state of on-hook, press the
button once, the last dialled
number will show on the LCD, then use the or button to select the
number that you want to dial out.
2. Pick up the handset or press
button, the phone number can be
dialled out automatically.
INTRODUCTION
CHECK THE CONTENTS OF THE BOX
Box should contain:
l Handset with handset cord and phone base
l Telephone line cord
l 4 AA size 1.5V batteries
l User's manual
l Bracket
B. Call back the called number: The unit can store minimum 76
called numbers.
1. Lift the handset or press
button, listen for a dial tone.
2. Select the caller that you want to call back by pressing the or
button.
3. Press the
button to dial the phone number shows on the LCD .
Or
or button to select the call you
In the state of on-hook, use the
want to call back, then pick up the handset or press the
button, the
phone number can be dialled out automatically.
BATTERY INSTALLATION
The Caller ID phone requires four 1.5V AA size batteries for LCD display.
1. Remove the battery cover from the back of your Caller ID phone
2. Insert four 1.5V AA size batteries by observing the +/- polarity
marked in the compartment.
3. Replace battery compartment cover.
NOTE: You can also insert an adaptor for the LCD display (optional).
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CONNECTING LINE CORDS
Plug one end of the supplied modular cord into the line jack. Then
plug the other end into telephone line jack.
CALLER ID SYSTEM OPERATIONS
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
Subscription to Caller ID service from your local phone
company is required before the first use.
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1
3
4
M1
M2
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M3
DEL
FLASH
AUTO
5
6
MUTE
7
16
8
1
GHI
4
ABC
2
DEF
3
JKL
5
MNO
6
9
10
PQRS
7
TUV
8
WXYZ
9
0
VOL
RD./P
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1. Handset
2. LCD
3. M1~M3 button
4. Flash button
5. Auto button
6. Mute button
7. Call back (
) button
8. Down ( ) button
9. New call indicator
VOL
14 13 12 11
10. Up (
) button
11. Volume + ( VOL + ) button
12. In use indicator
13. Speaker (
) button
14. Volume - ( VOL - ) button
15. Redial & pause ( RD./P ) button
16. Phonebook (
) button
17. Delete ( DEL ) button
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New call indicator - The red indicator light of your phone will flash
to indicate that you have new calls until all the new calls have been
reviewed.
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Review your call records - Use the or button to scroll browse
through the caller list. If the call is more than 13 digits, the arrow will
show on the bottom right of LCD, press the
button once to
or
review the other digits, press the
button again to review next
or
call. At the end of the call record list, you will see the END OF LIST
message. Press the or
button to continue.
l Save call records - Save specific calls by deleting old or
unnecessary
call records.
NOTE: Your phone stores minimum 76 call records before the memory
becomes full. When the next call comes in, the oldest record
automatically drops off to make room for the new call record.
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Delete single or all record number(s) - In the state of on-hook, use
or
the
button to select the number which you want to remove,
press the DEL button, the LCD will show DEL? and then press the DEL
button again to remove this number, press other button to exit. If press
the DEL button for about 6 seconds, the LCD will show ALL DEL? and
press the DEL button to remove all numbers and the LCD will show NO
CALL.
NOTE: When your Caller ID phone is in use mode, you can press the
DEL button once to stop the timer, press it once more to restart it.
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NO CALLS - When all calls have been
deleted. The LCD will show NO CALL.
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TOTAL & NEW CALLS - This shows you the
total and new calls to be reviewed. In this
example, you have a total of 4 calls which
include 2 new calls and it is MONDAY.
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PRIVATE - If the caller has exercised the
option to prevent his name and number
from being sent, PRIVATE will show on the
screen.
REPEAT CALLS - If a call comes repeatedly,
the display will show REPEAT icon in the
upper right corner of the LCD.
END OF LIST - This message displays when
reaching the top (end) of the call history list
by using the or button. If there is no call,
then LCD shows NO CALL.
OUT OF AREA - This message will display
when some one calls from an area where
the telephone company is not offering the
caller identification services or is not yet
providing number delivery to your area via
the long distance net work.
LOW BATTERY INDICATOR: If there is no
battery or the battery power is low, the low
battery icon
will turn on and flash .
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CALL #
00
NO CALL
02
NEW
Battery
compartment
TOTAL 04 MON
9:52 9/12
03
CALL #
PRIVATE
9:52 9/12
CALL #
REPEAT
03
12274612345
9:52 9/12
END OF
9:52 9/12
LIST
CALL #
04
HI LO
LINE
P T
DC 7.5V
-
+
OUT OF AREA
9:52 9/12
NEW
02
Telephone
line
jack
Ringer Dialling
volume mode
switch switch
TOTAL 10 MON
5
Adaptor
jack
INSTALL THE BRACKET
RECEIVING CALL RECORDS
1. If you would like to put your phone on the desktop, please install
the bracket as figure 1.
A caller ID record consists of the following information:
9:52 9/12
2. If you prefer to mount the phone on the wall, please do the
following steps and see figure 2.
a. Install the two self-tapping screws (not supplied) at a distance of
83mm from each other and located on a vertical centre line.
b. Slowly slide the unit down until it snaps into place.
NEW
02
TOTAL 04 MON
9:52 9/12
02
CALL#
12274612345
JOHN SMITH
The total number of new calls
Time and Date
Total number of calls and
the week day
The serial number of caller list
Caller's number
Caller's name
REVIEWING DISPLAY MESSAGES
msg
CW
83mm
Figure 2
Figure 1
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REPEAT
MOUNTING
PINS
MESSAGE WAITING - If you have voice mail
service from your telephone company and
a recorded message is left, the screen will
display MESSAGE WAITING. The MSG will
appear in the upper left corner. The icon
will remain until you have retrieved your
voice mail and the MESSAGE WAITING will
be saved as a call.
*NOTE: This function should be
supported by your telephone company.
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msg
9:52 9/12
CALL #
02
MESSAGE WAITING
6. FLASH TIME SETTING
Press the
button to enter this setting when the LCD shows SET
FLASH and then the current value will display.
Use the
button to set the flash time (100ms/120ms/300ms/
or
600ms). Press the
button to confirm and exit.
7. HOUR FORMAT SELECTION
Press the
button to enter this setting when the LCD shows HOUR
FORMAT and then the current value will display.
Use the
button to select the hour format (12H/24H). Press
or
the
button to confirm and exit.
8. DATE FORMAT SELECTION
Press the
button to enter this setting when the LCD shows DATE
FORMAT and then the current value will display.
Use the
button to select the date format (DD-MM/MM-DD).
or
Press the
button to confirm and exit.
In the DD-MM mode, the time display sequence is day-month and
in the MM-DD mode, the sequence is month-day.
FUNCTION BUTTONS
1. Ringer Volume Selection
Set the ringer volume switch to the desired position ( HI/LO ) to select
the ringer volume. To have the maximum ringer volume, move the
ringer volume switch to the HI position. If you would prefer a gentle
ringer volume, move the ringer volume switch to the LO position.
2. Redial Function
Lift the handset or press the
button, then press the RD./P button to
redial the last dialled number.
3. Speaker Function
To switch your call to speakerphone, press the
button and hang up
the handset. To revert back, just pick up the handset. In speaker state,
you can dial the number and receive the call, also you can answer the
call.
4. Flash Function
Press the FLASH button to terminate a call and institute a dialling tone
for another call or to get another call from "Call Waiting" (a special
telephone service).
NOTE: If you do not have any special telephone service, such as Call
Waiting, pressing the FLASH button during a call may disconnect your
current conversation.
5.Mute Function
If you wish to speak privately to someone else in the room without
your caller overhearing, press the MUTE button once then the LCD will
display MUTE. To resume normal conversation, just press the MUTE
button again.
6. Pause Function
Allows you to insert a temporary pause during dialling sequence. For
example, dialling an international number (eg: 011-886-22-795-1234),
some telephone company systems will not register the entire number
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entry without a pause between the prefix numbers. You may have to
dial 011- RD./P, dial 886 - RD./P. This allows adequate timing for the
phone number to register with the telephone company's system and
complete the call.
7. Memory Dialling
A. Two-touch memory
l To store a number in two-touch memory
You can store 10 numbers in two-touch memory in the state of on-hook,
Press and hold the AUTO button until the LCD shows - - >. Then enter
the telephone number you want to store. Press the AUTO button once
more and the LCD shows - - >?. Press the desired location button( 0 ~ 9)
and the LCD shows SAVE OK.
NOTE: If you want to update the stored number, you need to store a
new number to replace the old one.
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To dial a number from two-touch memory
Lift the handset or press the
button, press the AUTO button, then
press the desired location button(0~9) to dial the number.
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To review a number in two-touch memory
In the state of on-hook, press and hold one of location button (0~9)
or press the AUTO button once then press the location button (0~9) ,
the LCD will show the number that is stored in two-touch memory.
B. One-touch memory
l To store a number in one-touch memory
In the state of on-hook, press the hold the AUTO button until the
LCD shows - - >. Then enter the telephone number you want to store.
Press the desired location button (M1~M3) and the LCD shows SAVE
OK.
Or
Enter the number you want to store at first, then press and hold the
desired location button (M1~M3) until the LCD shows SAVE OK.
NOTE: If you want to update the stored number, you need to store a
new number to replace the old one.
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4. LANGUAGES SELECTING
The unit support multi languages, including English1, Greek,
Australian, Czech, Slovak, Turkish, English2, Spanish, Dutch, French,
German, Polish, Swedish, Danish, Finnish and Norwegian.
Press the
button when the LCD shows SET LANGUAGE to enter the
languages setting. Use
or
button to select the language. Press
the
button to confirm and exit.
5. AREA & LONG DISTANCE CODE SETTING
(Only under "English1", "English2", "Greek", "Australian", "Czech",
"Slovak", "Polish" and "Turkish" language and in on-hook state, the
setting can be done.)
When you use this phone for the first time, or move to an area that has
different area code, you must enter your area code. This is necessary
because the phone must distinguish local or long distance calls to
properly dial calls from the Caller ID list.
1. Press the
button when the LCD show SET AREA & LDS to enter
the setting.
2. Press or button to select the correct digit.
3. Press the
button to confirm and enter the next digit setting.
4. When the area code setting has been completed, press the
button to confirm and the LCD displays SET LDS CODE. The unit
enters the long distance code setting.
5. Repeat the step 2~3 to finish the setting for LDS code and press
the DEL button to exit.
For example: If you set the long distance and area code 0592, and
the incoming number is 05926036442. When you call back the
number, the LCD only show 6036442.
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e. To delete a single number in the phone book:
or
During the reviewing process, use
button to select the
number you want to delete, press the DEL button once, the LCD
shows DEL? Press the DEL button again to delete it.
f. To copy the Caller ID numbers and last 10 dialled numbers to
phonebook
When the LCD shows the CID or last 10 dialled number, press and hold
button for about 3 seconds to add the number to phonebook. The
first character of the name will flash to indicate you can modify it, you
can do it then press the
button to confirm and enter the next new
number adding, press the DEL button to exit.
2. LCD CONTRAST SETTING
Press the
button to enter the LCD contrast setting when the LCD
shows LCD CONTRAST, then the current contrast level ( HI/LO ) will
show on the LCD. Press
or
button to make a selection, press
the
button to confirm and exit.
3. TIME SETTING
Press the
button when the LCD shows SET TIME , use or button
to select the correct number. Press the
button to confirm and move
to the next digit, press the DEL button to exit.
NOTE:
1. When you receive a call to this unit, time and date will be
set automatically if you have Caller ID service (FSK standard).
2. The setting sequence is hour - minute - month - day - year - week.
After the year setting, the cursor for week will flash, you can use
the or button to activate/deactivate this setting. If it is activated,
the week will set automatically, or in stead of showing the week day,
the LCD will only show the TOTAL CALLS XX in the standby state.
3. The year need to be selected to ensure the week displays correct.
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l Review
the number in one-touch memory
In the state of on-hook, press the location button (M1~M3) once,
the LCD will show the matching number.
l Dial
a number from the one-touch memory
Lift the handset or press the
button, then press the location
button (M1~M3) to dial the number.
l Copy the CID or last 10 dialled or phone book number to
M1~M3
*When the number shows on the LCD, press and hold the location
button (M1~M3) until the LCD shows SAVE OK, now the number
has been stored in the memory.
8. Phone Book Function
You can store 70 numbers and names in the phone book, refer to
"FUNCTION OPERATIONS", section "PHONEBOOK" for details.
9. Handset Receiving And Speaker Volume Adjustment
During conversation with handset or speakerphone, you can press the
VOL+ or VOL- button to adjust the desired handset receiving or
speaker volume (there are 4 levels for selecting).
10. Dialling Mode Selection
Set the dialling mode switch to the desired position ( P/T ) to select the
dialling mode. For tone dialling mode, move the switch to the P
position. For pulse dialling mode, move the switch to the T position.
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FUNCTION
FUNCTION OPERATIONS
OPERATION
This unit contains the following special function, quickly press the DEL
button twice to enter the setting mode and press or
button to
select one. The setting sequence is PHONE BOOK-LCD CONTRAST SET TIME - SET LANGUAGE - SET AREA& LDS - SET FLASH - HOUR
FORMAT- DATE FORMAT. Press the
button to confirm or press the
DEL button to exit.
1. PHONE BOOK
a. To add number and name to the phone book
Key
1
Characters
1.
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Key
6
Characters
MNOmno6OON
2
A B Cabc2 A A E
7
P Q R S pqrs7
3
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D E Fdef3
G H Ighi4
J K Ljkl5
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T U V tuv8 U
9
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W X Y Zwxyz9
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1. Press the
button to select the phonebook menu and the LCD
will show: REVIEW >>. Press the or to select the ADD >>
menu. Press the
button to enter the function of adding name
and number. (You can enter it directly by pressing and holding
the
button.)
2. Enter the telephone number by keypad. Press the DEL button to
delete the previous digit. The maximum number of digits to be
entered is 20, if the number exceeds 20, the LCD will show TOO
LONG and the exceeding digits will not be stored.
button for
3. After finishing the number setting, press and hold
about 3 seconds (or press the
button once) to enter the name
setting, press the appropriate keypad to get the following
characters, if the next character is on the same button as the
previous one, you will first need to press
button before the
entering,press DEL button to delete the previous character.
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4. When the setting is completed, press and hold the button (or
press the button once) to store the records and meanwhile
enter the next number presetting.
b. To review the number/name in phone book
button to select the phonebook menu and the LCD
1. Press the
will show REVIEW >>. Press the
button to enter the function
of reviewing the name and number. (Also you can press the
button once, then the last record in the phone book will show
on the LCD.)
Use or button to review. You can also quickly review the call
by the first letter of name, when press the first letter of name,
the LCD will display the matching name(s), then use or button
to get the right one.
2. In the state of on-hook, press sequence of the number+# to review.
Eg: If you want to review the seventh number, just press 7#, the LCD
will show the seventh number and name. In this state, you can
continue review the other numbers by pressing or button.
NOTE: If the number is more than 13 digits, an arrow will show on
or
the bottom right of LCD, press
button to review the other
digits, press or button again to review the next call.
c. To speed dial the number from the phone book
During the reviewing process, use or button to select the number
you want, when it shows on the LCD, pick up the handset or press the
button to dial.
d. To modify phone book name:
During the reviewing process, use or button to select the number
you want. When it shows on the LCD, press and hold
button for 3
seconds more, then the first character of the name will flash to
indicate you enter the function of name modification.
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