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Dual Band, Dual Mode Digital Telephone
AE/ LZT 123 3960 R3
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User's Manual
About This Manual
Getting Started tells you what you need to
know to get your phone out of the box and ready
to make calls.
Problems You Can Solve is a troubleshooting
guide for you to use if you have problems with
your phone.
The following descriptions will help you
understand the information presented in this
manual:
Key names are shown in bold type (C, for
example) or as a key symbol (S, for
example).
Any alphanumeric characters that represent
something shown on the phone display are
shown in a typeface similar to the characters
used in the phone display (Dialing, for
example).
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Learning About Your Phone describes the
parts of your phone to help you get familiar
with its operation.
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Battery Information contains useful
information about rechargeable batteries.
Menu Descriptions describes the menus and
settings available on your phone.
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Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
describes important information for using your
phone.
Message Services describes how to use the text
message and voice mail features of your phone.
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Important Safety Information provides
guidelines for the safe use of your phone and
accessories.
Basic Operations gets you started using your
phone by describing operations such as placing
calls, answering calls, speed dialing, volume
control, and microphone muting during a call.
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Using Menus describes how to access and
navigate through menus.
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Storing and Recalling Numbers describes
how to use the memory features of your phone.
Hint arrows point to tips and
information about using your
phone.
Illustrations of phone displays shown in this
manual are examples that approximate what is
actually shown in the phone display. What is
actually shown in your phone display may
sometimes vary slightly from what is shown in
the illustrations.
Table of Contents
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Call Waiting ................................................ - 8
Unanswered Calls ...................................... - 8
Redialing the Last Number You Called ...... - 8
Super Dial .................................................. - 8
Speed Dial ................................................. - 8
Stop and Pause Dialing.............................. - 8
Emergency Calls ........................................ - 9
International Calls ...................................... - 9
Caller Number Identification....................... - 9
Low Battery Power Alert............................. - 9
Security Code ............................................ - 9
Display Messages ...................................... - 9
Summary of Basic Operations ................... - 10
Using Menus............................................. - 11
Opening Menus.......................................... - 11
Changing Settings...................................... - 11
Exiting Menu Mode .................................... - 11
Quickly Accessing Menus ......................... - 11
Examples of Using Menus ......................... - 12
Menu Overview .......................................... - 13
Storing and Recalling Numbers.............. - 14
Storing a Number and Name in Memory ... - 14
Specifying a Memory Location................... - 15
Storing a Number in Secure Memory......... - 15
Recalling a Number Using ë .................... - 15
Recalling Previously Dialed Numbers ........ - 15
Recalling a Number Using the
Memory Menu ............................................ - 15
Recalling a Number From Secure
Memory ...................................................... - 15
Altering a Number in Memory .................... - 16
Erasing a Number From Memory............... - 16
Message Services .................................... - 17
Text Message Service ................................ - 17
Voice Mail Service...................................... - 19
Quick Access to Text and Voice Mail
Messages................................................... - 20
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Important Safety Information .................. - i
Warranty Notification............................... - i
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use .... - ii
Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals....... - ii
Antenna Care ............................................. - ii
Phone Operation ........................................ - ii
Driving........................................................ - ii
Electronic Devices...................................... - iii
Posted Facilities ......................................... - iii
Blasting Areas ............................................ - iii
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres ............ - iii
Aircraft........................................................ - iii
Vehicles...................................................... - iii
Battery Information .................................. - iv
New Batteries............................................. - iv
Recycling Your Battery ............................... - iv
Battery Use and Care ................................ - iv
Battery Life/Scanning ................................. - iv
Getting Started ......................................... - 1
Attaching the Antenna................................ - 1
Attaching the Belt Clip to the Battery ......... - 1
Attaching the Battery to Your Phone .......... - 1
Charging the Battery .................................. - 1
Learning About Your Phone.................... - 4
Display Indicators....................................... - 5
Indicator Light Functions ............................ - 5
Accessing Your Native Language .............. - 5
Key Functions ............................................ - 5
Descriptions of Phone Models ................... - 6
Basic Operations ..................................... - 7
Turning Your Phone ON ............................. - 7
Turning Your Phone OFF............................ - 7
Making a Call ............................................. - 7
Automatic Redial ........................................ - 7
Answering a Call ........................................ - 7
Temporarily Muting the Ring Tone.............. - 7
Increasing or Decreasing Earpiece Volume
During a Call .............................................. - 7
Muting the Microphone During a Call......... - 7
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Auto Prefix.................................................. - 24
Auto Retry .................................................. - 24
Tone Send .................................................. - 24
Access Tone............................................... - 24
Sounds Menu............................................ - 25
SilentMode ................................................. - 25
Msg Tone ................................................... - 25
Key Sound.................................................. - 25
Key Volume ................................................ - 25
Ear Volume................................................. - 25
SpeakerVol................................................. - 25
Ring Pulse.................................................. - 25
Ring Pitch................................................... - 25
Ring Volume............................................... - 25
Call Data Menu ......................................... - 26
ReceiveLog ................................................ - 26
Last Time ................................................... - 26
Elapsed ...................................................... - 26
Call Count .................................................. - 26
Time Count ................................................ - 26
Locks Menu .............................................. - 27
Auto Lock ................................................... - 27
Dialing ........................................................ - 27
Call Cards .................................................. - 27
Receiving ................................................... - 27
Sec. Code .................................................. - 27
Call Cards Menu ....................................... - 28
Calling Card Setup ..................................... - 28
Changing the Flow Order ........................... - 28
Selecting a Calling Card ............................ - 28
Using a Calling Card .................................. - 28
Problems You Can Solve ......................... - 29
Problems and Possible Solutions............... - 29
Displayed Messages and Explanations ..... - 29
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Menu Descriptions ................................... - 21
Memory Menu ............................................ - 21
Store Mem ................................................. - 21
RCL Mem ................................................... - 21
StoreScrpd ................................................. - 21
RCL ScrPad ............................................... - 21
RCL LastNo ............................................... - 21
MemoryUsed.............................................. - 21
Messages Menu........................................ - 21
UnreadText................................................. - 21
Old Text ...................................................... - 21
Delete All.................................................... - 21
VoiceMsgs1................................................ - 21
VoiceMsgs2................................................ - 21
System Options Menu ............................. - 22
Sys Select .................................................. - 22
Home Only ................................................. - 22
Phone No. .................................................. - 22
SystemInfo ................................................. - 22
Privacy ....................................................... - 22
Time/Date .................................................. - 22
General Setup Menu ................................ - 23
KeypadLock................................................ - 23
Back Light .................................................. - 23
Contrast...................................................... - 23
Greeting ..................................................... - 23
Language ................................................... - 23
Accessing Your Native Language .............. - 23
Menu Reset................................................ - 23
Call Setup Menu ....................................... - 24
Super Dial .................................................. - 24
Speed Dial ................................................. - 24
Answer Opt ................................................ - 24
Call Timer................................................... - 24
Minute Mind................................................ - 24
Auto Area ................................................... - 24
Important Safety Information
Important Safety Information
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• Save this manual—it contains important
safety information and operating
instructions.
• Before using the product, please follow and
adhere to all warnings, safety and operating
instructions located on the product and in
this User's Manual.
• Do Not expose the product to water or
moisture.
• Do Not expose the product to extreme hot
or cold temperatures.
• Do Not expose the product to open flames.
• Do Not allow objects to fall on, or liquids to
spill on the product.
• Use only Ericsson Original Accessories.
Damage from use of non-approved
accessories will void your phone warranty.
• Connect the AC adapter only to designated
power sources as marked on the product.
• To reduce the risk of damage, remove the
electrical cord from an outlet by pulling the
AC adapter rather than the cord.
• Make sure the electric cord is located so that it
will not be subjected to damage.
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, unplug the
product from the power source before
attempting any cleaning. Once unplugged, use
a soft cloth dampened with water.
• DANGER – Never alter the AC cord or plug. If
the plug will not fit into the outlet, have a proper
outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
Improper connection can result in electric shock.
• Do Not attempt to disassemble the
product—doing so will void the warranty.
This product does not contain consumerserviceable components. Service should be
performed only by Authorized Service Centers.
• Do Not remove the antenna. A detached
antenna may be a choking hazard for children.
• Do Not allow battery to be placed in the
mouth. Electrolytes could release and may be
toxic if swallowed.
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Some of the following information may not
apply to your particular product. However, as
with any electronic product, you should observe
safety precautions when you use this product.
Warranty Notification
components. Service should only be
performed by Authorized Service Centers.
Only original Ericsson branded accessories
are engineered for guaranteed compatibility
with your Ericsson mobile phone. Use of any
other accessories may void your phone
warranty.
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Do not tamper with the Warranty Seal on
the back of your phone. Tampering with
this seal can void your warranty. Do not
attempt to take your phone apart. Doing
so will void your warranty. Your phone
does not contain consumer-serviceable
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Important Safety Information
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals
Normal Position
Hold the phone as you would
any other telephone, with the
antenna pointed up and over
your shoulder.
Tips on Efficient Operation
For your phone to operate most efficiently, do not
touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone
is in use. Contact with the antenna affects call
quality and may cause the phone to operate at a
higher power level than otherwise needed.
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Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a
low power radio transmitter and receiver. When
it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio
frequency (RF) signals.
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Your telephone is a radio transmitter and
receiver. When it is ON, it receives and sends
out radio frequency (RF) energy. The phone
operates in the frequency ranges of 824 MHz to
894 MHz and 1850 MHz to 1990 MHz,
employing commonly used frequency
modulation (FM) techniques. When you use
your phone, the wireless system handling your
call controls the power level at which your
phone transmits.
Use only the supplied antenna or an approved
replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas,
modifications, or attachments could damage the
phone and may violate FCC regulations.
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Your handheld portable telephone lets you stay
in touch with your office, your home, emergency
services, and many other places while you
travel. For safe and efficient operation of your
phone, observe the guidelines in this manual.
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Important: Read This Information Before
Using Your Handheld Portable Telephone
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In August, 1996, the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) adopted RF exposure
guidelines with safety levels for handheld
wireless phones. Those guidelines are consistent
with the safety standards previously set by both
U.S. and international standards bodies:
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• ANSI C95.1 (1992)*
• NCRP Report 86 (1986)*
• ICNIRP (1996)*
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Those standards were based on comprehensive
and periodic evaluations of the relevant
scientific literature. For example, over 120
scientists, engineers, and physicians from
universities, government health agencies, and
industry reviewed the available body of
research to develop the ANSI Standard (C95.1).
The design of your phone complies with the
FCC guidelines (and those standards).
*American National Standards Institute; National Council on
Radiation Protection and Measurements; International
Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
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Driving
Check the laws and regulations on the use of
wireless telephones in the areas where you drive.
Always obey them. Also, if using your phone
while driving, please:
• Get to know your wireless phone and its
features such as speed dial and redial.
• When available, use a handsfree device.
• Position your wireless phone within easy
reach.
• Suspend conversations during hazardous
driving conditions or situations.
• Do not take notes or look up phone numbers
while driving.
• Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible,
place calls when you are not moving or before
pulling into traffic.
• Do not engage in stressful or emotional
conversations that may be distracting.
• Use your wireless phone to call for help.
• Use your wireless phone to help others in
emergencies.
• Call roadside assistance or a special wireless
non-emergency assistance number when
necessary.
Important Safety Information
• Give full attention to driving.
• Pull off the road and park before making or
answering a call if driving conditions so
require.
Posted Facilities
Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted
notices so require.
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded
from RF signals. However, certain electronic
equipment may not be shielded against the RF
signals from your wireless phone.
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Blasting Areas
Electronic Devices
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn
your phone OFF when in a “blasting area” or in
areas posted “turn off two-way radio.” Obey all
signs and instructions.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Persons with pacemakers:
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are
often, but not always, clearly marked. They
include fueling areas such as gasoline stations;
below deck on boats; fuel or chemical transfer or
storage facilities; vehicles using liquefied
petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas
where the air contains chemicals or particles, such
as grain, dust, or metal powders; and any other
area where you would normally be advised to turn
off your vehicle engine.
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• Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than
six inches from their pacemaker when the
phone is turned ON.
• Should not carry the phone in a breast
pocket.
• Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker
to minimize the potential for interference.
• Should turn the phone OFF immediately if
they have any reason to suspect that
interference is taking place.
Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a
potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all
signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could
cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily
injury or even death.
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The Health Industry Manufacturers Association
recommends that a minimum separation of six
inches (6") be maintained between a handheld
wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid
potential interference with the pacemaker.
These recommendations are consistent with the
independent research by and recommendations
of Wireless Technology Research.
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Pacemakers
Hearing Aids
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Some digital wireless phones may interfere with
some hearing aids. In the event of such
interference, you may want to consult your
service provider (or call the customer service
line to discuss alternatives).
Other Medical Devices
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If you use any other personal medical device,
consult the manufacturer of your device to
determine if they are adequately shielded from
external RF energy. Your physician may be able
to assist you in obtaining this information.
Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities
when any regulations posted in these areas
instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care
facilities may be using equipment that could be
sensitive to external RF energy.
Aircraft
FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while
in the air. Turn your phone OFF before boarding
an aircraft.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or
inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor
vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or its
representative regarding your vehicle. You should
also consult the manufacturer of any equipment
that has been added to your vehicle.
Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT
place objects, including both installed or portable
wireless equipment, in the area over the air bag or
in the air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle
wireless equipment is improperly installed and
the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
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Important Safety Information
Battery Information
Recycling Your Battery
Battery Use and Care
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A rechargeable battery has a long service life if
treated properly. A new battery, or one that
has not been used for a long period of time,
should be conditioned, as described above,
before using your phone. If a multicharger was
packaged with your phone, the multicharger
has a battery conditioning function.
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Avoid recharging a fully-charged or almost
fully-charged battery. This can result in the
memory effect, which causes the battery to
charge to less than its full capacity. If your
phone shuts off due to low battery power,
charge the battery within 24 hours for the
battery to reach full capacity.
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Your phone manufacturer is a member of the
Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation
(RBRC), a non-profit public service organization
designed to assist in the recycling of
rechargeable NiCd batteries. Many areas
require the recycling of these types of batteries.
In the U.S., call 1-800-822-8837 to find out how
to recycle your battery. Outside the U.S.,
contact your local retailer for recycling
instructions.
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The battery packaged with your phone is
not fully charged. To get maximum battery
capacity, you can use a multicharger to
condition the battery. To condition the battery,
you first charge it, and then you fully discharge
it, three times in succession. See Conditioning
a Battery on page 3.
• Do not leave your battery where it could be
subjected to extremely hot or cold
temperatures. This could reduce the battery's
capacity.
• Never let the metal contacts on the battery
touch another metal object. This could shortcircuit and damage the battery.
• Do not attempt to take a battery apart.
• Do not expose a battery to open flame. This
could cause the battery to explode.
• Turn your phone OFF before removing the
battery.
• Use only the AC/DC adapter supplied with
your battery charger. Using a different
adapter could be dangerous and will void your
phone warranty.
• Never charge a battery when the ambient
room temperature is below 50° F (10° C) or
above 105° F (40° C).
• Do not allow the battery to be placed into the
mouth. Battery electrolytes may be toxic if
swallowed.
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New Batteries
Battery Life/Scanning
When your phone cannot locate your home calling
area or anther acceptable coverage provider, it
will display Scanning. This means the phone is
continuously searching for a channel to provide
service. You need to be aware that scanning uses
more battery life than normal operation of your
phone. Your phone’s battery life will be depleted
more quickly than normal if your phone
frequently performs the scanning function.
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Getting Started
1. Attach the antenna to the phone.
2. Attach the belt clip to your battery. (This
step is optional. Also note that the belt clip
cannot be used with the ultra-slim battery.)
performance, do not frequently remove and
replace the antenna.
Attaching the Belt Clip to the Battery
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Complete the following steps after you have
removed your phone and its components from
the box:
DO NOT try to remove the belt clip after you
have attached it to a battery. Trying to remove
the belt clip could damage the battery case.
Using the belt clip is optional. A belt clip
cannot be used with an ultra-slim battery.
4. Before using your phone, fully charge the
battery using the charger provided with your
phone.
Insert the flat tab on the belt clip into the slot
in the battery case as shown in this illustration.
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3. Attach the battery to your phone.
Attaching the Antenna
You should hear the belt clip click when it locks
in place.
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1. Insert the gold pin on the end of the antenna
into the antenna connector located on the top of
the phone, as shown in the illustration.
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Attaching the Battery to Your Phone
Attach the battery to your phone as shown in
the following illustration.
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Removing the battery is the reverse of attaching
it to the phone.
2. Press the pin into the connector and rotate
the antenna until the antenna clicks and locks
in place. There should be no gap between the
antenna and the connector on the phone, and
you should not be able to easily rotate the
antenna after it locks in place. For best
Charging the Battery
Your phone is packaged with one of the
following battery chargers:
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A rapid charger
An overnight charger
A travel charger
A multicharger
To charge your battery, follow the steps on the
next page for the charger included with your
phone. The label on the box in which your phone
was packaged identifies the charger and battery
included in the package. You should fully
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Getting Started
charge the battery before you attempt to use
your phone.
The connector on the phone is above the
lightning bolt symbol.
NEVER attach the charger to a phone that
does not have a battery installed.
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Rapid Charger
The rapid charger supplies power to charge
your battery while the battery is attached to
your phone. You can make and receive calls
while using the rapid charger, if you wish. To
charge your battery with the rapid charger:
3. Hold the small plug on the charger cord so
the lightning bolt symbol is up.
Travel Charger
The travel charger supplies power to charge
your battery while the battery is attached to
your phone. You can make and receive calls
while using the travel charger, if you wish. To
charge your battery with the travel charger:
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4. Align the small plug on the charger cord
with the connector on the bottom of your phone.
The connector on the phone is above the
lightning bolt symbol.
5. Press the plug into the connector until the
plug "snaps" into place.
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2. Hold the phone with the display and keypad
up.
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1. Plug the charger into a standard wall
electrical outlet.
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1. Using the appropriate cord supplied with the
charger, attach the phone to the charger, as
shown in the following illustration.
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5. Press the plug into the connector until the
plug "snaps" into place.
Overnight Charger
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The overnight charger supplies power to charge
your battery while the battery is attached to
your phone. To charge your battery with the
overnight charger:
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1. Plug the charger into a standard wall
electrical outlet.
2. Hold the phone with the display and keypad
up.
3. Hold the small plug on the charger cord so
the lightning bolt symbol is up.
4. Align the small plug on the charger cord
with the connector on the bottom of your phone.
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2. Using the other cord supplied, plug the
charger into a standard electrical wall outlet.
Multicharger
The multicharger can charge a battery attached
to your phone (standing in the front
compartment of the charger) and a separate
battery (in the rear compartment of the
charger). The multicharger can also condition a
battery by discharging the battery completely
before beginning the charging cycle. The
Getting Started
2. Plug the connector on the charger cord into
the receptacle on the back of the multicharger.
Charging a Battery Attached to Your
Phone
3. Plug the AC adapter on the power cord into a
wall outlet.
You can make and receive calls while using the
multicharger to charge a battery attached to
your phone, if you wish.
4. Insert the battery into the rear compartment
of the multicharger.
2. Plug the connector on the charger cord into
the receptacle on the back of the multicharger.
3. Plug the AC adapter on the power cord into a
wall outlet.
5. Remove the battery from the multicharger
when the rear indicator light turns green, which
indicates that the battery is fully charged.
NOTE: You can charge two batteries—one
attached to your phone and one in the rear
compartment—at the same time.
Conditioning a Battery (Rear Slot Only)
The multicharger can condition a battery by
fully discharging the battery and then charging
the battery to full capacity. Conditioning helps
prevent the memory effect that can result from
repeatedly charging a battery before the battery
is fully discharged.
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4. Insert your phone into the front
compartment of the multicharger, as shown in
the following illustration.
The multicharger's rear indicator light comes on
red when the battery is properly seated in the
rear compartment.
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1. Using the lightning bolt symbols as your
guide, align the small plug on the charger cord
with the receptacle on the back of the charger.
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charger can charge both NiMH and NiCd
batteries.
1. Using the lightning bolt symbols as your
guide, align the small plug on the charger cord
with the receptacle on the back of the
multicharger.
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2. Plug the connector on the charger cord into
the receptacle on the back of the multicharger.
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The light on the left front corner of the
multicharger comes on red when the phone is
properly seated in the multicharger, and the
phone's display indicates that the battery is
charging.
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5. Remove your phone from the multicharger
when the light turns green, which indicates that
the battery attached to your phone is fully
charged.
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NOTE: When the phone is attached to the
charger, the phone backlight will turn off as
soon as a call is received. This enhances phone
and battery performance.
Charging a Separate Battery
1. Using the lightning bolt symbols as your
guide, align the small plug on the charger cord
with the receptacle on the back of the charger.
3. Plug the AC adapter on the power cord into a
wall outlet.
4. Insert the battery into the rear compartment
of the multicharger.
5. Press the light on the left rear side of the
multicharger. The light remains a solid yellow
while the multicharger discharges the battery.
It can take anywhere from two to six hours to
discharge the battery, depending on the battery
type.
The light turns a solid red when the
multicharger begins charging the battery.
6. Remove the battery from the multicharger
when the light turns green, which indicates that
the battery is fully charged.
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Learning About Your Phone
Learning About Your Phone
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Your digital wireless phone is similar in appearance to one of the illustrations below.
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Learning About Your Phone
Accessing Your Native Language
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• Press î 4 5 to access the Languages
submenu.
• Enter your security code at the prompt
(default is 0000).
• Use î or ë to scroll through the list of
available languages until the
cursor (R) is next to the appropriate
language.
• Press Y to store your selection.
• Press C to exit menu mode.
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The display shown above represents the
standby display.
Key Functions
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Display Indicators
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2. Service Provider shows the name of your
service provider.
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3. Text Message Icon indicates that you have
text messages that you have not retrieved. The
number indicates the number of messages. An
F indicates that text message memory is full.
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1. Voice Mail Icon indicates that you have
voice mail that you have not retrieved. The
number indicates the number of messages.
4. Signal Strength Indicator shows the
relative signal strength from the system. More
bars indicate a stronger signal.
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5. Mode Indicator shows whether your phone
is operating in Digital(D), Analog(A), or
Private(P) mode.
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6. Status Indicator shows the operating status
of your phone. For example, InUse is shown
during a call.
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7. Battery Strength Icon shows the relative
strength of your battery. A full icon indicates a
fully-charged battery.
Indicator Light Functions
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The color and state of the indicator light on top
of your phone indicates the following conditions:
Slow Flashing Green: Phone is in standby.
Rapid Flashing Green: Phone is receiving a
call.
Steady Green: Phone is receiving power from
an external source, such as a travel charger.
Flashing Red: Low battery power alert.
Press to place a call.
Press to answer a call.
Press to store menu settings.
Press and hold (after entering a
number) to make a calling card call.
• Press and hold (during a call) to
send displayed numbers as tones.
• Press during a call to switch
between calls (call waiting or threeway calling features must be
activated by your service provider).
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• Press and hold to turn your phone
ON or OFF.
• Press to end a call.
• Press to exit a menu without saving
changes made in the menu.
• Press to temporarily mute the
ringer when receiving a call.
Up Arrow
• Press to recall numbers stored in
memory, when your phone is in
standby mode.
• Press twice to recall the last
number called, when your phone is
in standby mode.
• Press to scroll through menus and
menu setting selections when your
phone is in menu mode, or to scroll
through stored numbers.
• Press to scroll through messages.
• Press and hold to go up through a
message, one screen at a time.
• Press to increase the earphone
volume during a call.
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• Use with the lower side key to
switch between voice mail access
screens.
• Press to move upwards through
memory fields, line by line, when
you're in recall mode.
• Press to temporarily mute ring
tone.
Down Arrow
In general, the upper side key functions in the
same way that the up arrow key (ë) functions,
and the lower side key functions in the same
way that the down arrow key (î) functions.
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• Press to increase the earphone
volume during a call.
• Press to scroll upwards through
menus and menu setting selections
when your phone is in menu mode,
or scroll through numbers stored in
memory.
• Press to decrease the earphone
volume during a call.
• Press to scroll downwards through
menus and menu setting selections
when your phone is in menu mode,
or scroll through numbers stored in
memory.
• Use with the upper side key to
switch between voice mail access
screens.
• Press to move downwards through
memory fields, line by line, when
you're in recall mode.
• Press to temporarily mute ring tone.
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Upper Side Key (KH 668 and
KF 688 Only)
Lower Side Key (KH 668 and
KF 688 Only)
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• Press to erase the last digit entered
from the display.
• Press and hold to clear all digits or
letters from the display.
• Press and hold to delete numbers in
memory and text messages.
• Press to exit menu mode.
• Press and hold during a call to mute
the microphone (press and hold
again to deactivate mute).
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• Press to enter menu mode.
• Press to scroll through menus and
menu setting selections when your
phone is in menu mode, or to scroll
through stored numbers.
• Press to scroll through messages.
• Press and hold to go down through a
message, one screen at a time.
• Press to decrease the earphone
volume during a call.
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Descriptions of Phone Models
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The table below lists the distinguishing features of the dual-band, dual-mode phones described in
this manual.
KH 618
KH 668
KF 688
No
Yes
Yes
Phone Number Storage
50 numbers
130 numbers
200 numbers
Text Message Memory
5 messages
2KB maximum
2KB maximum
Last Dialed Memory
10 numbers
20 numbers
40 numbers
Active Flip Cover
No
No
Yes
Caller ID Log
10 numbers
20 numbers
40 numbers
No
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Side Volume Keys
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Basic Operations
Basic Operations
Turning Your Phone OFF
Press and hold E until your phone beeps and
the display goes blank.
Making a Call
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If you have caller ID service from your system,
the caller's phone number is shown in the
display. If the caller's number is stored in the
phone memory, the name stored with the
number is also shown.
1. Press S to answer the call. (If your phone
has a flip cover, you can answer the phone by
opening the cover, if enabled. See Answer Opt
on page 24.) The words Call Receive are
replaced by the call timer (if it is enabled—see
page 24).
2. Press E to end the call (or close the flip, if
your phone has an active, enabled flip cover).
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1. Enter the phone number you wish to call by
pressing the numeric keys. The number is
shown in the display. Press C to erase a
digit. Press and hold C to erase all digits.
Receive flash in the
display, the display and
keypad backlighting
flash, and the indicator light on top of the phone
rapidly flashes green.
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Press and hold Euntil your phone beeps.
The display and keypad backlighting come on
for about 15 seconds.
Scanning....
The display should look
similar to this
illustration. After your
phone locates the network, your service
provider's name replaces the word Scanning
in the display.
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Turning Your Phone ON
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2. Press S. Dialing is shown in the
display while your phone attempts to access the
system. When your phone accesses the system,
InUse is shown on the
Call 00:01
bottom line of the
display. Call replaces
Dialing, as shown in
this illustration.
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If the Call Timer is enabled, the duration of
the call (in minutes and seconds) is shown in
the display beside Call. See page 24 for
information on the call timer.
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3. When you finish your conversation, press
E to end the call (or close the flip, if your
phone has an active, enabled flip cover).
Automatic Redial
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If you try to place a call and the system is not
available, your phone automatically redials the
number every 15 seconds for three minutes if
the AUTO RETRY feature is enabled. See
page 24 for more information.
Answering a Call
When your phone receives a call, the ring tone
sounds (unless you have disabled it through the
Sounds menu—see page 25), the words Call
Temporarily Muting the Ring Tone
To temporarily mute the ring tone without
answering the call, press either key on the side
of your phone (if available), or press E on the
front keypad. Call Receive is still shown
in the display, and you can still answer the call
by pressing S.
Increasing or Decreasing Earpiece
Volume During a Call
To increase the speaker volume during a call,
press the upper key on the side of your phone (if
available), or press ë on the front keypad. To
decrease the speaker volume during a call,
press the lower key on the side of your phone (if
available), or press î on the front keypad.
Muting the Microphone During a Call
To mute the microphone during a call, press
C for one second or longer. Mic Muted is
shown in the display. Press C again (for one
second or longer) to return to your call. If your
phone has a flip that is not programmed to
answer or end the call, then closing the flip will
mute the call, and opening the flip will return to
the call.
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Basic Operations
Your phone's display shows the number of calls
you have received but did not answer. You can
clear the number from the display by pressing
any key or by turning the phone OFF.
If Caller Number Identification (CNI) is
available from your service provider,
unanswered calls will be stored in the
ReceiveLog section of the Call Data menu (see
page 26).
Redialing the Last Number You Called
Stop and Pause Dialing
Stop and pause dialing lets you enter a group of
numbers with stops and/or pauses between
groups. This feature is useful when you need to
dial a phone number and then another number,
such as an access number for an answering
machine or voice mail system.
A stop causes the phone to stop transmitting
numbers until you press S. You can enter a
stop in a series of digits by pressing and holding
# until S is shown in the display.
A pause temporarily suspends transmitting
numbers for approximately two seconds before
sending the next series. You can enter a pause
in a series of digits by pressing and holding *
until P is shown in the display.
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Your telephone temporarily stores numbers you
have previously called. To view these numbers,
press ë twice. The last number you called is
shown in the display. Press ë or î to scroll
through the other numbers. You can place a
call to a number shown in the display by
pressing S. You can also view the last
numbers you called through the Memory
Menu (see page 21).
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Unanswered Calls
To use Speed Dial, enter the number of the
memory location containing the number you
want to call, then press S. For example, if
you want to call the number stored in memory
location 12, press 1, then press 2 and press
S.
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If you have call waiting service from your
system, press S to answer a call when you
receive the call waiting signal. You can switch
between the two calls by pressing S. DO
NOT press E until you are ready to end both
calls.
See page 14 for information on storing numbers
in memory.
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Call Waiting
You can delete a number from the Last Dialed
list by pressing and holding CLR while the
number is shown in the display.
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Super Dial
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The Super Dial feature (when enabled through
the Call Setup menu—see page 24) gives you
“one-touch” dialing for phone numbers stored in
memory locations 1 through 9. See page 14 for
information on storing numbers in memory.
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To use Super Dial, press and hold the numeric
key (1 - 9) that corresponds to the memory
location containing the number you want to call.
For example, if you want to call the number
stored in memory location 7, press and hold 7.
Speed Dial
The Speed Dial feature (when enabled through
the Call Setup menu—see page 24) lets you
quickly dial a phone number stored in memory.
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For example, if your office has a voice mail
system that requires you to dial a phone
number, followed by your extension, followed by
an access code, you could enter the following:
555-1111S2222P33333 where 555-1111
is the phone number to enter your voice mail
system. S is a stop. 2222 is your extension.
P is a pause. 33333 is your access code.
When you press S, your phone dials the
number and then stops transmitting tones.
When your voice mail system asks for your
extension, press S to transmit your
extension. After a two second pause, your
access code is automatically transmitted.
If the timing in your voice mail system does not
allow you to use a pause, you can enter a stop
instead of the pause.
You can also store groups of numbers with stops
and pauses, such as the above example, in a
memory location. You can then dial the
numbers by entering the memory location and
pressing S.
Basic Operations
If police, fire, or medical help is needed, dial 911
or your emergency number and press Y. Tell
the dispatcher that you are calling from a
wireless phone. Wireless 911 calls do not
automatically provide emergency personnel
with your name, location, or phone number.
The dispatcher will want to know the following:
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If your system provides Caller ID service, your
phone shows the phone number of an incoming
call in the display. Also, if the number is one
that you have stored in memory with a name,
the name is shown with the phone number
when your phone rings. If the Caller ID
information is not available, the message
NO ID is shown in the display. The word
Private may be shown if the caller ID is
restricted by the system.
Low Battery Power Alert
The low battery alert sounds when your battery
is reaching its lowest operational power level.
The words Low Battery flash in the
display, and the indicator light on top of your
phone flashes red. When this happens, leave
your phone turned ON. The phone discharges
the battery and then shuts itself OFF. You
should charge the battery within 24 hours so
that the battery can charge to full capacity.
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1. Your name and wireless phone number.
2. The nature of the emergency.
3. If police, fire, or medical assistance is needed.
4. The exact location of the emergency
including cross streets, mileposts, or
landmarks.
5. How many people are involved, their
condition, and if help is being administered.
Caller Number Identification
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Your phone was programmed with an
emergency number (911) when it was
manufactured. The programmed emergency
number can be dialed and called at any time, if
there is a 911 system available, regardless of
any call restrictions you have set through the
Locks menu (see page 27). A representative
from your service provider or the retail outlet
where you purchased your phone should be able
to change the emergency number in your phone,
if a 911 system is not available in your service
area.
difficulty completing international calls, check
with your system operator for information.
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Emergency Calls
If allowed by your system, you can place
international calls with your phone just as you
would from any other phone. If you have
Security Code
Your phone has a security code that you must
enter to gain access to certain functions, such as
call restrictions and calling card numbers. The
factory-programmed code is 0000. You should
change this code to provide maximum security
for your phone.
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Display Messages
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Call Receive
Dialing
InUse
Call MM:SS
Low Battery
System Busy!
Scanning...
## Calls
Mic Muted
Phone Locked
Keypad Lock
Call is Restricted
Charging Only
Charging Complete
Silent
Your phone is receiving a call.
Your phone is dialing the number shown in the display.
You have a call active.
The elapsed time of your active call, in minutes and seconds.
The battery is reaching its lowest operational power level.
Your system has no channels available. Try again later.
The phone is searching for a system.
The number of calls you have not answered.
The microphone is muted.
The phone is locked to prevent unauthorized use.
The keypad is locked to prevent unauthorized use.
You attempted to call a phone number that is restricted in
the Locks menu.
The phone is in charge-only mode and will not make or receive calls.
Charging is finished.
The phone ringer is muted.
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Basic Operations
Summary of Basic Operations
Press:
Turn your phone ON
Press and hold N
Turn your phone OFF
Press and hold N
Decrease earpiece volume during a call
î (or the lower side key, if available)
Increase earpiece volume during a call
ë (or the upper side key, if available)
Answer a call
S (or open the flip, if available)
End a call
E (or close the flip, if available)
Enter menu mode
î
Enter menu mode during a call
Press and hold î
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Go back one level in menu mode
C
Exit menu mode
ë or î (or the side keys, if available)
Scroll through menus or menu settings
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Erase the last digit/letter entered
Press and hold C
Erase all digits/letters entered
S
Call the number shown in the display
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Recall a recently dialed number from memory
ë ë (or press upper side
key twice, if available)
Save the text message you are reading
S
Select a highlighted menu setting
S
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Switch Keypad Lock ON and OFF
î then *
î then #
Call number in display using calling card
Press and hold S
Send DTMF tones during a call
Press and hold S
Quick Access to Voice Mail
Press and hold ë or î,
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Switch Silent Mode ON and OFF
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Quick Access to Text Messages
then Y
Press and hold ë or î,
then ë or î, then Y
Press and hold C
Mute the ringer when a call is received
E (or the side keys, if available)
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Mute your voice during a call
Access RCL mode
(recall names, numbers and memory
positions stored in memory)
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ë and press Y
Using Menus
Using Menus
Store and recall numbers in memory
Check text messages and voice mail
Set up call features
Change ring tone and other sound settings
Change other settings for your phone
Opening Menus
To open the main menu, press î. Main
Menus and the names of the first two
To open one of the submenus:
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1. Press î or ë to scroll through the list of
submenus. (If your phone has side keys, you can
use them to navigate through menus. To scroll
up, press the upper side key, and to scroll down,
press the lower side key.)
2. When the menu pointer (R) is beside the
submenu you want to open, press S. The list
of settings for the submenu is shown in the
display.
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3. You can scroll through the list of settings by
pressing î or ë .
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4. To back up to the list of submenus, press
E.
Pressing E from a list of submenu settings
returns you to the main menu list.
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2. Press S. The choices available for the
setting are shown in the display. The currently
active choice is enclosed in brackets. Some
settings have two choices, such as ON and OFF
for the Speed Dial setting in the Call Setup
menu. Other settings have a list of choices,
such as the Ring Pulse setting in the Sounds
menu.
3. Press î or ë to scroll through the list of
choices until the menu pointer is beside the
choice you want. If the setting has only two
choices, press either of these keys to switch
between the two choices. The active choice is
enclosed in brackets.
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submenus are shown in
the display. Pressing
E when the main
menu is shown in the
display returns your phone to standby mode.
1. Press î or ë to scroll through the list until
the menu pointer is beside the setting you want
to change.
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•
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Open the menus as previously described, then:
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Your phone's menus are an easy way for you to:
Changing Settings
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This chapter explains how to use your phone's
menus. You should read this chapter
thoroughly to understand how to navigate
through the menu system and how to change
menu settings.
4. Press S to store the choice you selected
OR press E if you want to exit the menus
without storing any changes you have made. If
you store your changes, the words SELECTION
STORED! are shown briefly in the display.
The list of settings is then shown in the display.
Exiting Menu Mode
Press E at any menu level to go back one
level. Press Cto exit menu mode.
Note: If your phone receives a call while it is in
Menu mode, the phone automatically exits
menu mode to allow you to answer the call.
Quickly Accessing Menus
If you know the numbers associated with the
submenu and setting you want to change, you
can quickly access that submenu and setting by
pressing î, followed by the number of the
submenu and then the number of the setting.
For example, suppose you want to change the
sound the keys on your phone make when you
press them. If the Sounds submenu is number
6, and the Key Sounds setting is number 3,
you could press î, then 6, then 3 to go directly
to the choices for Key Sounds.
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Using Menus
2. Press î or ë until the menu pointer (R) is
beside Sounds.
2. Press î or ë until
the menu pointer (R) is
beside Call Setup.
3. Press S. The Call Setup menu settings
are shown in the display.
4. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is
beside MinuteMind.
5. Press S. The choices for MinuteMind
(ON and OFF) are shown in the display.
6. Press î or ë until [ON] is enclosed in
brackets.
7. Press S. SELECTION STORED! is
shown briefly in the display, then the settings
list for the Call Setup menu is shown.
8. Press Cto exit menu mode.
Changing the Volume of the Ring Tone
4. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is
beside Ring Volume.
5. Press S. The list of choices for Ring
Volume are shown in the display.
Off
High
Escalating
Medium
Low
Extra-Low
6. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is
beside the Ring
Volume choice you
want. As you scroll
through the choices, the
phone sounds the ring volume for each choice.
7. Press S to store your choice.
SELECTION STORED! is shown briefly in
the display, then the Sounds menu settings are
shown.
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1. Press î. The Main Menus list is shown in
the display.
3. Press S. The Sounds menu settings are
shown in the display.
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1. Press î. The Main Menus list is shown in
the display.
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Turning Minute Minder ON
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Examples of Using Menus
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8. Press Cto exit menu mode.
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Menu Descriptions
Menu Overview
The following chart shows the menus and settings for your phone.
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1 Memory
1 Store Mem.
7 AutoPrefix
2 RCL Mem.
8 Auto Retry
3 StoreScrpd
9 Tone Send
4 RCL ScrPad
10 AccessTone
5 RCL LastNo
6 Sounds
6 MemoryUsed
1 SilentMode
2 Messages
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2 Msg Tone
3 Key Sound
2 Old Text
4 Key Volume
3 Delete All
5 Ear Volume
4 VoiceMsgs1
6 SpeakerVol
5 VoiceMsgs2
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1 UnreadText
3 System Opt
8 Ring Pitch
1 Sys Select
9 RingVolume
Home Only++
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7 Call Data
2 Phone No.+
3 SystemInfo
4 Privacy
5 Time/Date
1 KeypadLock
2 Back Light
3 Contrast
4 Greeting
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5 Language+
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4 Gen. Setup
6 MenuReset+
5 Call Setup
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1 Super Dial
1 ReceiveLog
2 Last Time
3 Elapsed
4 Call Count
5 Time Count
8 Locks+
1 Auto Lock
2 Dialing
3 Call Cards
4 Receiving
5 Sec. Code
9 Call Cards+
1 CardSelect
2 Speed Dial
2 Card1Setup
3 Answer Opt
3 Card2Setup
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4 Call Timer
+ These menu items require you to enter your security code for access.
++ “Home Only” may not be shown, depending on your service provider's setup.
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Storing and Recalling Numbers
Storing and Recalling Numbers
You can store phone numbers and associated
names in your phone's memory to use for Recall
dialing, Speed Dial, and Super Dial. Each
number you store can be up to 32 digits in
length, and any names you store can be up to 24
characters in length.
8. Enter the phone number you want to store.
Note: The number of phone numbers that your
phone can store (see page 6) is based on each
number containing 12 digits and having an
eight-character name stored with the number.
Storing longer numbers and names reduces the
amount of memory available and the actual
numbers you can store. You can view the
percentage of memory used and available
through the Memory menu (see page 21).
Press Number of Times
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One
Two
Three Four
The upper side key functions in the same way
that the up arrow key (ë) functions, and the
lower side key functions in the same way that
the down arrow key (î) functions.
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• Store a number using the Memory menu
• Store a number already shown in the
display.
Storing a Number by Using the Memory
Menu
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Storing a Number and Name in
Memory
To enter letters from the keypad, you
must press a key from one to five
times, depending on which letter you
want to enter.
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9. Press S to store the number. Stored
in memory! is shown in the display.
Storing a Number Shown in the Display
2. Press î or ë until the
menu pointer (R) is
beside Memory.
1. Enter a number.
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1. Press î to access Menu mode.
3. Press S to open the Memory menu.
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4. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is
beside Store Mem.
2. With the number shown in the display, press
î to access Menu mode.
3. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is
beside Memory.
4. Press S to open the Memory menu.
6. Press S to open the Store Mem selection.
The number is shown in the No: line of the
Store Mem display.
6. Enter a name you want associated with this
telephone number. The following table shows
which keys to press and the number of times
you must press them to enter letters.
7. If you want to enter a name to be associated
with this number, enter it now on the Name:
line. See the table on page 14 for information
on entering letters.
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5. Press S to open the
Store Mem selection.
The next open memory
location is shown in the
display, similar to this illustration.
7. Press î to move the cursor to the No: line
in the display.
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5. Press î until the menu pointer is beside
Store Mem.
8. Press S to store the number in memory.
Storing and Recalling Numbers
Storing a Number in Secure Memory
Recalling a Number Using ë
1. Press ë. The display should look similar to
this illustration.
2. To recall by name, press the key which
represents the first letters of the name.
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To recall by number press î to move the cursor
to the RECALL: line and enter the memory
location where the number is stored.
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3. Press S.
Recalling Previously Dialed Numbers
For instructions on how
to recall previously
dialed numbers, see
Redialing the Last Number You Called on page
8.
4. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is
beside RCL Mem.
5. Press S to open the RCL Mem. display.
You can recall a number in memory by the
location number or by name.
6a. To recall by name, enter the letters of the
name in the Name: line. You can enter just a
few letters of the name or the complete name.
If you enter just a few letters, the phone finds
the first name in memory that begins with the
letters you entered. See the table on page 14
for information on entering letters.
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6b. If you want to search by the location
number, press î until the cursor is on the
RECALL: line and enter the number. The
number is shown in the display.
7. You can place a call to the number in the
display by pressing S.
Recalling a Number From Secure
Memory
1. Follow the previously described steps for
opening RCL Mem. in the Memory menu.
2. Press î until the cursor is on the RECALL:
line.
3. Enter the location of the number stored in
secure memory.
4. Press ë.
the display.
Security Code: is shown in
5. Enter your security code.
6. If you enter the correct security code, the
number is shown in the display.
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3. Press S to open the Memory menu.
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A number stored in secure memory cannot be
recalled unless you enter the correct security
code. To store a number in secure memory,
follow the previously described steps for
entering a name and number, then press and
hold S. The phone prompts you to enter
your security code. If you enter the correct
code, the number is stored and Number
Stored Securely in Memory is shown
in the display.
2. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is
beside Memory.
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Phone numbers stored in locations 1 through 9
can be used with the Super Dial feature. All
one- and two-digit memory locations can be
used with the Speed Dial feature.
1. Press î to access Menu mode.
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If you want to store a phone number in a
specific memory location, follow the previous
steps for entering the number and name, then
press î to move the cursor to the STORE line.
Enter the memory location number.
Recalling a Number Using the
Memory Menu
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Specifying a Memory Location
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Storing and Recalling Numbers
Altering a Number in Memory
You can alter or delete a number in memory by
doing the following:
1. Recall the number as previously described.
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2. When the number is shown in the display,
press î or ë to move the cursor to the
No: line.
3. To add digits to the end of the number, just
enter the digits.
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4. To replace digits, press C to erase the
digits you want to change and then enter the
new digits.
6. Press S to store the altered number. The
message Same name in memory 000
Save anyway? is shown in the display.
7. Press S to replace the number you
previously stored with the modified number.
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Erasing a Number From Memory
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5. Press S to store the altered number. The
message Memory 000 Now Occupied
Replace? is shown in the display.
1. Press î. The Main Menu is shown in the
display.
2. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is
beside Memory.
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3. Press S. The Memory menu is shown in
the display.
4. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is
beside RCL Mem.
5. Press S.
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6. Press î or ë until the number and name
you want to erase is shown in the display.
7. Press and hold C. Erase memory?
Location xxx is shown in the display.
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8. Press S to erase the number from
memory. Memory is erased! is shown
briefly in the display.
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Message Services
Message Services
Your phone supports three message categories:
Normal, Urgent, and Emergency. The actual
tagging of the text message is dependent on the
system used by your service provider. Your
service provider transmits messages to your
phone. If your phone is ON, it receives the
messages as described below. If your phone is
not turned ON, your service provider retains
the messages and transmits them again later.
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Emergency Messages
If your phone is turned ON when it receives an
emergency message, your phone sounds two
brief tones, and a
message similar to
the one in this
illustration is shown
in the display for a
few seconds.
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NOTE: The KH 618 holds up to five messages.
The KH 668 holds up to ten messages or a
maximum of 2KB of message text. The KF 688
holds over ten messages that can total 2KB of
message text.
If your phone is turned ON when it receives an
urgent text message, your phone sounds a brief
tone and a message
similar to the one in
this illustration is
shown in the display.
As with normal messages, you have a choice of
reading the message immediately or reading it
later. Urgent messages are always shown
before normal messages, regardless of the order
in which they were received.
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Text Message Service
Urgent Messages
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Your phone can receive two types of message
service—text messages and voice mail—if these
services are available from your service
provider. If you subscribe to either or both
services, callers can leave you text messages or
voice mail. Your service provider then
transmits the text messages and voice mail
notifications to your phone.
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When a reviewing text message, the status of a
text message is shown using the following
letters:
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R - Read, text message has been read but
not saved.
• S - Saved, text message has been read
and saved.
• U - Unread, text message has not been read.
Normal Messages
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If your phone is turned ON when it receives a
normal text message, your phone sounds a brief
tone and a message similar to the one in this
illustration is shown in
the display. You have a
choice of reading the
message immediately by
pressing S, or reading it later by pressing
E. Pressing E clears the message
received alert from the display and places a
number and icon in the display to remind you of
your messages.
Reading Text Messages Immediately
When a message received notice is shown in the
display, you can read the message by pressing
S. You can scroll through the message one
line at a time by pressing and releasing î or ë.
You can scroll up or down through the message
three lines at a time by pressing and holding î
or ë.
Call-Back Messages
Some text messages you receive may be callback messages. A call-back message contains
one or more phone numbers included by the
person sending the message. If you press S
while reading a call-back message, a screen
similar to the one
shown here appears.
To dial the displayed
number, press S.
(To place a calling
card call to the displayed number, press and
hold S.) If you do not wish to call the
displayed number, press E to resume
reading the actual message.
The up and down arrows in the top right part of
the display indicate that there is more than one
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Message Services
7. Press S to open the message. Once the
message is open, you can scroll through the
message one line at a time by pressing î or ë.
You can scroll up or down through the message
three lines at a time by pressing and holding î
or ë.
Retrieving Saved Text Messages
To read saved messages:
1. Press î to enter menu mode.
2. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is
beside Messages.
3. Press S to open the Messages menu.
4. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is
beside Old Text.
5. Press S to open the list of messages.
6. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is beside
the message you want to read.
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• Enter a number at the cursor location by
pressing a number key. If a digit is already
in the cursor location, that digit, as well as
all digits to its right, move one position to
the right.
• Clear the digit at the cursor location by
pressing C.
• Move the cursor position without clearing
anything by pressing and holding î or ë .
6. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is beside
the message you want to read.
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If you like, you can edit a displayed call-back
number before you make the call. In the
display, the cursor appears in reverse video,
and it is initially positioned at the far left of the
second line. In editing the number, you can:
5. Press S to open the list of messages.
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If you do not call back the number in the
message, you have the same options for saving
and deleting the message as you do with other
text messages.
4. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is
beside UnreadText.
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number in the message. (The arrows would not
appear if there were just one number.) You can
scroll through the available numbers by
pressing î or ë. When you see the desired
number, press S to dial that number.
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When you receive a message while on a call,
your phone sounds a
brief tone and a
message similar to the
one in this illustration
is shown in the display. Press Sto display
the incoming message, or press E to continue
talking and have the message treated as an
unread message.
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You cannot receive messages during a call if the
message memory is full.
Retrieving Unread Text Messages
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If you have messages that you have not read, a
number and the text message icon are shown in
the display. If the letter F is shown with the
icon, your phone's text message memory is full.
To read these messages:
1. Press î to enter menu mode.
2. Press î or ë until the menu pointer is
beside Messages.
3. Press S to open the Messages menu.
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7. Press S to open the message. Once the
message is open, you can scroll through the
message one line at a time by pressing and
releasing î or ë. You can scroll up or down
through the message three lines at a time by
pressing and holding î or ë.
Saving and Deleting Text Messages
After you have retrieved and read a text
message, you can:
• Save the message to memory:
Press and hold S.
• Delete the message:
Press and hold C.
• Move to the next message:
Press 1.
• Return to the previous message:
Press 3.
Saved text messages are retained.
Unsaved text messages are retained
only until the space is needed for new
messages.
Message Services
If your phone is turned ON and is in standby
when it receives a voice mail notice, your phone
sounds a brief tone. If you have previously
stored a home-system
access number, a
message similar to the
one in this illustration
is shown in the display.
1. Press î to enter Menu mode.
2. Press î until the menu pointer is beside
Messages.
3. Press S to open the Messages menu.
4. Press î until the menu pointer is beside
either VoiceMsgs1 or VoiceMsgs2.
5. To access your home-system access number,
move the cursor to VoiceMsgs1 and press
S. To access your non-home system access
number, move the cursor to VoiceMsgs2 and
press S. (You can make a credit card call by
pressing and holding S.)
6. If you have not stored your voice mail
number, enter it now.
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To call the number shown, press S. (To make
a credit card call, press and hold S.) To
return to standby mode, press E. To access a
non-home system access number (if you have
previously stored it), press î, ë, or either of the
side volume keys (if
available on your
phone). You will then
see a message similar
to the one in this
illustration.
If there is a number beside the voice mail icon
in the display, you have voice mail messages
that you have not heard. To listen to these
voice mail messages:
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Receiving Voice Mail When Your Phone Is
in Standby
Listening to Voice Mail When the Icon Is
Shown in the Display
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Your phone can receive voice mail notification
when it is turned ON. If your service provider
transmits the notification and your phone is
turned OFF, you will receive notification the
next time you turn your phone ON.
After you end your call, a number and the voice
mail icon are shown in the display.
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Voice Mail Service
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If you have not stored an access number, or if
you have stored only one access number and
attempt to scroll to another number, you will
see Access Number Not Stored when
you receive a voice mail notice. After the
Access Number Not Stored screen has
been displayed for five seconds, your phone
displays another
screen, similar to the
one in this illustration,
that gives you the
opportunity to store an
access number. The
number is stored as Mail-1 if no access number
had been previously stored, or as Mail-2 if one
number had already been stored. After you
store the number, your phone displays a screen
asking if you want to call that number.
Receiving Voice Mail During a Call
7. Press S to call your selected access
number.
Storing Your Voice Mail Number
You can store a home-system voice mail access
number and a non-home system access number.
It is a good idea to store your voice mail access
number(s) so that a number automatically
displays when you receive a voice mail notice.
1. Press î to enter Menu mode.
2. Press î until the menu pointer is beside
Messages.
3. Press S to open the Messages menu.
4. To store a home-system access number, move
the cursor to VoiceMsgs1 and press S. To
store a non-home system access number, move
the cursor to VoiceMsgs2 and press S.
5. Enter your voice mail phone number on the
No: line.
6. Press S. SELECTION
shown in the display.
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7. Press E twice to exit Menu mode.
If your phone receives a voice mail notice during
a call, a brief tone sounds and Voice Mail
Received is briefly shown in the display.
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Message Services
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• If only text messages are waiting, Read
Text Messages? is shown in the
display. Press S to go directly to the
Read Text Message menu. Press E to
return to standby mode.
• If only voice mail messages are waiting,
Get Voice Mail Msgs? is shown in
the display. Press S to call your voice
mail access number.
• If both text and voice mail messages are
waiting, your phone displays a modified
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The Quick Message feature lets you quickly
read text messages or retrieve voice mail
messages. To access the Quick Message feature,
press and hold either î or ë. What happens
next depends on which types of messages are
available:
version of the Read Text Messages?
screen, as
shown in the
illustration. In
the upper right
corner of this
screen are two
arrows, which indicate that both voice and
text messages are available. From here, you
can access the Read Text Message menu by
pressing S, or you can go to the Get
Voice Mail Msgs? screen by pressing
E, î, ë, or either of the side volume keys
(if available on your phone). The Read
Text Messages? and Get Voice
Mail Msgs? screens are circular—you
switch back and forth between the two
screens by pressing E, î, ë, or either of
the side volume keys (if available on your
phone).
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Quick Access to Text and Voice Mail
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Menu Descriptions
Menu Descriptions
Press î to access the menus.
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Press î or ë (or use your phone's side keys, if available) to scroll through menus, functions in
menus, and settings in a function.
Press S to select a menu, function, or setting which is beside the menu pointer (R).
Press E to go back one level in the menu structure.
Press C to exit the menus completely.
The Memory Menu contains the following
choices for storing and recalling numbers.
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Memory Menu
RCL ScrPad
RCL Mem
RCL LastNo
RCL Mem lets you recall a phone number by
the name stored with the number or by the
memory location number. You can also access
RCL Mem by pressing ë.
Use RCL LastNo to view the list of numbers
you previously called. You can also view the
last numbers called by pressing ë twice.
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Use Store Mem to store a phone number and
an accompanying name.
RCL ScrPad lets you recall a number stored in
the scratch pad memory. You can also view the
numbers in the scratch pad memory by pressing
ë , then #.
Store Mem
StoreScrpd
MemoryUsed shows you the percentage of the
phone's memory that is occupied.
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Use StoreScrpd to store, in the scratch pad
memory, a number shown in the display.
MemoryUsed
Messages Menu
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UnreadText
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The Messages Menu contains the following
choices for accessing services that may be
available from your provider.
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If you have text message service from your
provider, this menu feature lets you read your
unread text messages.
Old Text
If you have text message service from your
provider, this menu feature lets you read your
old text messages.
Delete All
This function lets you delete all text messages,
both old and new, at once.
VoiceMsgs1
If you have voice mail service from your
provider, this menu feature lets you access your
home-system access number.
VoiceMsgs2
If you have voice mail service from your
provider, this menu feature lets you access your
non-home system access number.
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Menu Descriptions
System Options Menu
Phone No.
The Phone No. function shows you the phone
number programmed into your phone.
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The System Opt Menu contains the following
choices for selecting system preferences.
(Selections available are dependent on your
provider.)
SystemInfo
This feature allows you to manually select a
system from which to obtain service, instead of
having the phone automatically select an
available system. This can include your public
“home” system as well as Private System
Identifiers (PSIDs) that have been programmed
into your phone. This function is particularly
useful if you have access to more than one
system. Only systems that are currently
available can be selected. This varies depending
on your geographic location. Once a system is
selected, the phone remains locked onto that
system until:
This feature displays the available digital
channel services. If no services are available,
the information fields are blank. If the phone is
locked in analog mode, or if the information
cannot be obtained, the message System
Info Not Available is shown. Y
indicates feature capability; N means the
feature is not available.
Home Only
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The availability of the Home Only menu item
is dependent on your provider's phone setup.
Home Only lets you have your phone look only
for your home system when you turn on the
phone. The phone does not search for other
systems if your home system is not available.
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Signal strength no longer permits.
The phone is turned off.
You select Normal in this menu.
You receive or make a call.
Privacy
If your service provider offers digital voice
encryption, use this function to request voice
privacy service.
Voice Privacy service is not available in all
areas. If voice privacy is active, the digital voice
privacy indicator text, a reverse text P, is shown
in the display.
If voice privacy is requested but not granted,
your phone sounds a Voice Privacy Not Active
Tone. The tone sounds at the beginning of the
call, and then every 30 seconds during the call,
as a reminder. You can turn the tone feature off
through the Sounds menu (see page 25).
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Sys Select
Time/Date
This function lets you retrieve the time and
date from the system, if available from the
service provider.
Menu Descriptions
General Setup Menu
The keypad remains locked until you do one of
the following:
• Replace the battery.
• Turn the phone off by pressing and holding
E, and then turn the phone back on by
again pressing and holding E.
• Press î, then *.
You can enter a three-line, 36-character
message (12 characters per line). The message
displays when you turn on the phone. The
greeting function is automatically turned off if
no characters are entered.
Language
You can choose between four different
languages (English, French, Spanish, and
Portuguese) for text shown in the display. You
are prompted for the security code to gain
access to this function.
Accessing Your Native Language
• Press î 4 5 to access the Languages
submenu.
• Enter your security code at the prompt
(default is 0000).
• Use î or ë to scroll through the list of
available languages until the
cursor (R) is next to the appropriate
language.
• Press Y to store your selection.
• Press C to exit menu mode.
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Back Light
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You can lock the keypad so that pressing keys
has no effect. This feature is useful in
circumstances when the keys may be
accidentally pressed—such as when you are
carrying your phone in a briefcase or purse.
You can also activate the keypad lock by
pressing î and then *.
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KeypadLock
The alphanumeric keypad displays both letters
and numbers. See page 14 for more information
on entering text.
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The Gen. Setup Menu lets you customize your
phone to suit your personal preferences.
You can set the display and keypad
backlighting to stay on continuously or
automatically turn off when the phone is in
standby mode.
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Contrast
You can change the phone display contrast
setting. The contrast settings range from 1 to 5,
with 5 being the highest contrast level.
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Greeting
Menu Reset allows you to quickly return your
phone to its factory settings for Sound and
Setup functions. You are prompted for the
security code to gain access to this function.
Press S to return the phone to its factory
settings.
Remember that the security code also changes
back to the original factory setting (0000).
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Each time the phone is turned on, you can have
the phone display a welcome greeting that you
enter yourself.
Menu Reset
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Menu Descriptions
Call Setup Menu
The Call Setup Menu contains the following
choices for enhancing the use of your phone.
Auto Area
Speed Dial
Auto Prefix
Turning ON Speed Dial allows you to dial a
number stored in a memory location by entering
the one or two-digit location number and
pressing S.
You can store a 1- to 12-digit prefix which the
AutoPrefix function automatically adds to a
dialed number. When you dial a 4- or 5-digit
phone number, the prefix is automatically
added to the number. To send a number to office
extensions, store the 3-digit prefix in the Auto
Prefix function. You need only to dial the last
four or five digits of the number.
The KF 688 allows you to answer the phone in
the following ways:
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• Open the flip or press Y, or
• Open the flip or press any key.
If you are using the KF 688 in a Vehicle
Handsfree cradle, you can set your phone to
answer in the following ways:
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• When you open the flip or press any key, or
to auto answer after two rings.
Call Timer
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Call Timer, when turned ON, shows the
approximate duration of the current call. The
timer shows minutes and seconds, and resets
after 99 minutes.
Minute Mind
Minute Mind, when turned ON, times your
calls by sounding a short beep in the ear piece
or handsfree loudspeaker about ten seconds
before each full minute during a call.
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For example, if you save 123 as the auto prefix
and the function is turned on, to call 123-7654
just dial 7654. The prefix 123 is automatically
added. The auto prefix is not added for numbers
longer than five digits or to numbers that start
with *.
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The Answer Opt function lets you select to
answer calls by pressing either S or pressing
any key except E. If you are using your
phone in a Vehicle Handsfree cradle, you can
set your phone to let you press any key to
answer the phone, or you can set your phone to
automatically answer after two rings.
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Turning ON Super Dial allows you to dial a
number stored in memory locations 1 through 9
by pressing and holding the numeric key
corresponding to the memory location.
You can store an area code which Auto Area
automatically adds to the 7-digit number you
dialed. Enter the area code on the display, then
select On to activate the feature. Note: Auto
Area does not add the area code to numbers
shown in the display by Caller ID.
Super Dial
Auto Retry
When enabled, the Auto Retry function
repeats a call attempt every fifteen seconds for
up to three minutes if the call cannot be
delivered through the system.
Tone Send
When enabled, the Tone Send function allows
your phone to send DTMF tones during a call.
This allows operations like electronic banking
and other DTMF tone operated activities.
When Tone Send is turned OFF, your phone
does not send DTMF tones.
Access Tone
When enabled, AccessTone sounds three short
beeps to indicate your outgoing call has
connected to the system.
Menu Descriptions
Sounds Menu
When SilentMode is enabled, your phone does
not make any keypad or ringing sounds. You
can quickly activate SilentMode by pressing
î, then #. Press î, then # again to disable
SilentMode. The word Silent is shown in
the display when the phone is in Silent Mode.
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SilentMode
SpeakerVol
SpeakerVol allows you to select the speaker
volume of handsfree accessories.
Ring Pulse
Ring Pulse allows you to choose the type of
tone or song for the ring pulse. Each tone or
song is demonstrated as you scroll through the
selections. There is also a System Set selection,
which is controlled by the system.
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The Sounds Menu contains the following
choices for setting the different volumes and
sounds for ringing, keypad, earpiece, and
handsfree kits.
Ring Pitch
This feature allows you to turn on or off the
tone that sounds when an incoming text
message is received or a message waiting signal
is received.
Ring Pitch allows you to adjust the ring pitch
from Low, Medium, High, or Mixed, and
demonstrates those tones as you scroll through
the selections. There is also a System Set
selection, which is controlled by the system.
Ring Volume
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Msg Tone
Key Sound allows you to choose the sound
made when you press keys—a click, a
continuous tone, a quick tone burst, or no sound
at all.
Key Volume
Ring Volume allows you to set the level of the
ring volume from Extra Low, Low, Medium,
High, Escalating, or Off. The Escalating volume
setting rises in steps from the lowest to the
highest level as the phone continues to ring.
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Key Volume allows you to select the volume
level of the sounds made when you press keys.
Ear Volume
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Ear Volume allows you to adjust the volume of
the earpiece using the menu setting. You can
also adjust the volume during a call by pressing
ë or î, or by using the side volume keys (if
available on your phone).
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Menu Descriptions
Call Data Menu
Note: The Auto Area feature does not insert
the area code in a phone number shown in the
display by ReceiveLog.
Use the arrow keys to scroll through the list of
received calls. If the received number is stored
in memory with a name, the name is also shown
in the display.
Last Time
The Call Count function indicates the total
number of calls made under the current phone
number is shown in the display. Press î to
display the home count. Press î again to
return to the total count display. To reset from
standby mode , press î 74î î , and then
press Y to Reset.
Time Count
The Time Count function shows the
approximate total time that the phone has been
in use. Press î to display the home count.
Press î again to return to the total count
display. To reset from standby mode,
press î 75î î , and then press Y to
Reset.
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The Last Time function indicates the
approximate duration of the last call, in
minutes and seconds.
Call Count
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If you have Caller ID service from your service
provider, this menu lists the last 10 (KH 618),
20 (KH 668), or 40 (KF 688) calls received with
caller ID (the latest call appears first). Press
S to dial a number shown in the display.
Elapsed time meter shows the hours and
minutes that have been used. The elapsed time
cannot be reset. Press E to exit.
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The Call Data Menu contains the following
choices for providing information on calls that
have been made from the phone.
Menu Descriptions
Locks Menu
Dialing
You can use this option to restrict outgoing
calls. Selections for this function include:
Call Cards
You can Allow or Restrict the use of calls using
a calling card or calling card features. See page
28 for information on programming calling card
numbers.
Receiving
You can allow or restrict incoming phone calls.
If selected, the phone does not ring incoming
calls.
Sec. Code
You can change your four-digit security code.
The factory-set code is 0000. You are prompted
to repeat the code for verification.
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• Allow all
No outgoing call restrictions.
• Restrict all
Allows dialing of emergency numbers only.
• Local + 800 # only
Only numbers with up to 7 digits and 10-11
digit 800 (or 888) numbers. No operator
access.
• Memory only
Allows calls only to numbers stored in
memory. Numbers cannot be stored in
memory while this restriction is enabled.
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When selected, the phone is automatically
locked from making calls each time you turn the
phone on. To unlock the phone, enter the
security code.
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Auto Lock
• Local + 800 # + mem only
Only the combination of the two preceding
options can be dialed.
• Restrict Internat.
Only 11 digits or fewer can be dialed,
and operator access is restricted.
• Restrict 900 #
No calls allowed with the area codes 900. No
operator access.
• Restrict Operator
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The Locks Menu contains the following choices
for enabling protection services in the phone to
limit its use. You can select the lock options
most useful for your desired level of phone
security. You must enter your security code
before you can open the Locks menu.
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Menu Descriptions
Call Cards Menu
Calling Card Setup
To set up a calling card, complete the following
steps.
1. Press î to enter menu mode.
2. Press ë or î until the menu pointer is
beside Call Cards.
3. Press S to open the Call Cards menu.
You are prompted to enter your security code.
5. Press 1 to scroll through the options for that
setting.
6. When you have the flow order you want,
press S to store the selection.
Selecting a Calling Card
You can store two calling card numbers. You
select which number your phone uses through
the Calling Card menu .
1. Press î to enter menu mode.
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beside Card1Setup or Card2Setup.
4. To change a flow setting, press î until the
menu pointer is beside the setting you want to
change.
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Verification Number (a number you must
enter to allow the calling card call to be
completed)
3. Press î to scroll through the flow order.
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Calling Card Access Number (a number
provided by your long distance service provider)
6. Press ë or î until the menu pointer is
beside Access No.
7. Press S.
1. From the previous Step 12, press î until the
menu pointer is beside Flow dom. (domestic)
or Flow int. (international).
2. Press S.
Make sure you have the following:
5. Press S to enter card setup.
To change the flow order:
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The Call Cards Menu contains the following
choices for storing two calling card numbers to
use for making long distance phone calls.
2. Press ë or î until the menu pointer is
beside Call Cards.
3. Press S to open the Call Cards menu.
4. Press ë or î until the menu pointer is
beside CardSelect.
5. Press S.
9. Press S to store the number.
6. Press ë or î to select the card you want to
use (Card One or Card Two) is enclosed in
brackets.
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8. Enter the calling card access number.
10. Press î to move to Ver.
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11. Enter the verification number.
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12. Press S to store the number.
Changing the Flow Order
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If your long distance service provider requires a
different dialing, you may need to change the
Flow Order. Flow order determines when the
numbers are transmitted by your phone. The
default flow is:
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Access number
Stop
Number you are calling
Stop
Verification number
7. Press S to store your selection.
Using a Calling Card
To place a call using a calling card:
1. Enter or recall the number you want to call.
2. Press and hold S. The calling card
number is shown in the display.
3. Release the key after the number has been
displayed.
4. If you are using stops between numbers, you
must press S or any number key to send the
next sequence of numbers. If you use pauses,
the numbers are sent automatically after the
specified length of time chosen in the Flow
function.
Problems You Can Solve
Problems You Can Solve
The signal is too weak to
make a call. Try again
when the signal strength is
one bar or stronger.
The system is busy with
other calls. Wait a while
and try your call again.
Problems and Possible Solutions
The phone does not turn ON.
• Recharge or replace the battery.
• If you are using a battery eliminator, make
sure that the battery eliminator is fully
inserted into the vehicle cigarette lighter.
Make sure the vehicle is supplying power to
the cigarette lighter.
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Displayed Messages and Explanations
The phone is not ringing when a call is received.
The phone becomes warm during long calls.
• This is not a problem. Because of its size,
the phone may feel slightly warm during
extended calls.
The battery does not seem to charge to full
capacity.
• Condition the battery by fully discharging
and charging it three times. Or, if your
phone came with a multicharger, use the
conditioning function on the multicharger to
condition the battery.
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The battery power is low.
When the phone shuts
itself off, replace the
battery with a fully
charged one, or use an
alternate power source,
such as a travel charger.
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You entered an incorrect
security code. Enter the
correct security code.
• Check the Sounds menu to make sure the
phone is not set for Silent Mode.
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You called a number for
which you have set call
restrictions. See the Locks
menu for changing call
restrictions.
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Your text message memory
is full. Erase some stored
messages before you can
receive more messages.
Calls are being dropped.
• You are probably in a geographic area with
minimal service. Wait until the signal
strength indicator in your phone's display
shows a high relative signal strength (more
bars) before trying a call. Make note of
geographic locations where calls are dropped
and contact your service provider.
The signal strength varies.
• This is a common occurrence. Transmitter
sites are set in geographic areas, and
coverage is not 100% all of the time. Signal
strength varies as you travel between cells.
If you need additional information or assistance,
or would like to purchase Original Ericsson
Accessories:
• In the U.S.A., call 1-800-ERICSSON (3742776). Outside of the U.S.A. call 919-4727908.
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Index
Index
A
separate battery 3
Answering
options
24
D
Antenna
Display
attaching 1
care
indicators/icons 5
ii
Display Messages
B
E
Basic Operations
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table 9
Backlight 23
Elapsed Time Counter
table 10
26
Emergency Calls 9
Battery
attaching to phone
Emergency Messages
1
17
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charging 1
conditioning 3
G
recycling iv
Greeting 23
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Belt Clip
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attaching 1
Indicator Light
5
International Calls 9
C
Call Counter 26
Call Timer
K
24
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Call Waiting 8
Caller ID 9
Calling Cards 28
Lock
27
or
Calls
Key
sound 25
volume
Key Functions
answering
7
L
emergency
9
Language
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7
muting
7
25
5
changing 23
international 9
M
Menus
No
unanswered 8
accessing/entering
Charger
multi 3
call data 26
overnight 2
call setup 24
rapid 2
descriptions 21
travel 2
general setup 23
locks 27
Charging
battery attached to phone
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Contrast 23
3
memory
21
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Index
messages 21
opening
Safety Information
11
i
Exposure to RF ii
airbags
iii
reset 23
aircraft
iii
sounds25
blasting areasiii
system options
22
Driving
using 11
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overview 13
ii
electronic devices ii
Message Service 17
Security Code 9
Minute Mind 24
Short Message Service (SMS)
Silent Mode 25
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Speaker Volume
Native Language
adjusting 7
accessing 5, 23
Numbers
erasing from memory
16
Speed Dial
24
Super Dial
24
System Information 22
recalling 15
system options menu
14
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storing
17
phone number
22
Text Message Service
17
system information 22
P
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illustration
number
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Phone
4
22
Text Messages
turning on/off 7
Phone Models
Time Count
co
table 6
R
Receive Log
quick access 20
26
Redial
or
automatic 7
last number called
Ring
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pitch 25
Troubleshooting 29
V
Voice Mail Service
No
19
quick access 20
Volume
8
ear 25
key25
ring
pulse 25
volume
26
25
speaker
7
25
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Warranty Notification
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Third edition (July 1998)
This manual is published by Ericsson Inc. without any warranty. Improvements and changes to this
manual necessitated by typographical errors, inaccuracies of current information, or improvements to
programs and/or equipment, may be made by Ericsson Inc. at any time and without notice. Such
© 1998, Ericsson Inc.
All Rights Reserved
Publication number: AE/LZT 123 3960 R3
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KH 618, KH 668, KF 688 Quick Reference Card
Turn Phone ON/OFF
Enter Menu Mode
Indicators
P res s and hol d
or lower s ide k ey
D uring a cal l,
pres s and hol d
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Calling
Ans wer a Cal l
Display
* O pen the f lip or
P res s
End a Call
* Clo se t he f li p or
Pres s
5 3)
* (F lip m ust be enable d:
or upp er s ide k ey
R ecall L ast Dial ed N o.
to ex it
or upper si de key (ent er
R ecall a N o. f rom
nam e or
Mem ory
t o sc rol l lis t)
Speed Di al No. fr om
E n t e r mem ory loc a t io n No.
Mem ory
and pres s
5 2 [On])
(Ac ti vat e Speed D ial:
Super D ial No. f rom
Pres s and hol d m emory
Mem ory
loc at ion No.
5 1 [On])
(Ac tiv at e Super D ial:
1 3
St ore Di splay ed No. t o
S c r a t ch P a d
R ecall N o. f rom S c rat c h
1 4
Pad
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Mi nut e M inder
A c ces s Tone
Dialing Codes
5 4 [ O n] or [ O ff]
5 5 [ O n] or [ O ff]
5 0 [ O n] or [ O ff]
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Bac k L i g h t
Lan g u a g e
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4 3
4 2
4 5
(r equires se c u rit y c ode,
def ault co de i s 0000)
Sounds
Mu te Mi crop hone On / O ff Pres s and hol d
Mu te R inger
Pres s a s ide ke y or
6 7
R ing Puls e
6 8
R ing Pit ch
6 9
R ing Vol u me
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S i l e n t M o d e O n / O ff
6 5
Ear p i e ce Vo l u me
(duri ng a c a ll)
Pres s uppe r s ide k e y t o
in creas e or lower s ide k e y
t o d e cr e a se
6 6
Speak er Vo l u me
6 2
Me ss age Tone
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Paus e Dial ing P
P re s s a n d h o l d
St op Dia ling S
P re s s a n d h o l d #
Message Services
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Q u ic k A c ce ss t o Vo ice
Pres s and hol d
M a il and Te x t M e ss ages
to s wit c h betw een voi ce
m a il and t ext mes sage
di spla ys
P res s
t o c a ll
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Security
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L o c ks S e t ti n g s
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Using a Calling Card
1. Ent er or rec all t he No. b eing cal led
2. Pres s and hold
unt il y our c allin g c ard No.
appear s in t he displ ay.
3 . I f y ou a r e u si n g st o p s ( S ) be tw een numbers ,
pres s
t o s end t he next se quence of numb ers.
Calling Card (requires a security code)
Selec t Calli ng Card
S e t Up Ca l lin g Ca r d 1
S e t Up Ca l lin g Ca r d 2
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9 2
9 3
Memory
Location
1.
Name
Number
Memory
Location
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22.
3.
23.
4.
24.
5.
25.
6.
26.
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28.
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33.
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Quick Access to Menus
•
You can qui ckly access several commonly used
menus by pressi ng
i n a ci rcle.
. The menus are organi zed
Qui ckly access menus and setti ngs
usi ng the numbers that appear next to each menu
and setti ng.
For example, access the Ri ng Pi tch
menu setti ngs by pressi ng
Press C to exit Menus
Press Y to store selection
C
Press N to move back one menu level
8 Locks
9RCall Cards
1 Memory
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and then enteri ng 68.
1 CardSelect+
2 Card1Setup+
7 Call Data
8RLocks
6 Sounds
7RCall Data
8 Locks
1
2
3
4
5
5 Call Setup
6RSounds
7 Call Data
1
2
3
4
5
SilentMode
Msg Tone
Key Sound
Key Volume
Ear Volume
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
Super Dial
Speed Dial
Answer Opt
Call Timer
MinuteMind
ReceiveLog
Last Time
Elapsed
Call Count
Time Count
1
2
3
4
5
Auto Lock+
Dialing+
Call Cards+
Receiving+
Sec. Code+
SpeakerVol
Ring Pulse
Ring Pitch
RingVolume
6
7
8
9
0
Auto Area
AutoPrefix
Auto Retry
Tone Send
AccessTone
Main Menus
1RMemory
2 Messages
1
2
3
4
5
6
KeypadLock
Back Light
Contrast
Greeting
Language+
MenuReset++
1
2
3
4
5
6
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2 Messages
3RSystem Opt
4 Gen. Setup
3 System Opt
4RGen. Setup
4 Gen. Setup
5RCall Setup
6 Sounds
Start here
Store Mem.
RCL Mem.
StoreScrpd
RCL ScrPad
RCL LastNo
Memory Used
1 Memory
2RMessages
3 System Opt
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1 Sys Select
Home Only++
2 Phone No.+
3 SystemInfo.
1
2
3
4
5
UnreadText
Old Text
Delete All
VoiceMsgs1
VoiceMsgs2
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++“Home Only” may not appear, depending on your service provider’s system configuration.
+These menu items require you to enter your security code for access.
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