2Wire HDCR-2430G Pager User Manual

Oricom DECT Digital
Cordless Telephone
USER GUIDE
eco71
DECT Digital Cordless Phone
eco710
DECT Digital Cordless Phone
with answering system
Keep this user guide for future reference. Always retain your proof of purchase in case of
warranty service and register your product on line at: AUSTRALIA: www.oricom.com.au
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION 1
Getting Started
3
Phone Function Keys
7
What the icons mean?
10
Your Telephone Operations
11
Using your phonebook
17
Using the redial list
20
Using the call log
21
Answering machine operation by handset
22
Using the intercom
24
Advanced use of your telephone
26
Answering machine settings
29
Troubleshooting31
WARRANTY34
Customer Support
36
SAFETY INFORMATION
IMPORTANT
• Avoid exposure of this telephone to moisture
or liquid.
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• Because the phone works by sending radio
signals between base station and handset,
wearers of hearing aids may experience
interference in the form of a humming noise.
• Avoid metallic contact (e.g. metal clips, keys)
between the battery contacts and charging
conductors.
• Your phone can interfere with electrical
equipment such as answering machines, TV
and radio sets, clock radios and computers if
placed too close. It is recommended that you
position the base unit at least one metre from
such appliances.
• There is a slight chance that the telephone
could be damaged by an electrical storm. It is
recommended that users unplug the phone
from the mains supply and telephone socket
during a storm.
• This telephone complies with applicable
safety requirements for exposure to radio
waves (EMR). The mean power of this
telephone does not exceed 20mW limit at
which point testing is required.
• Do not use the handset in an explosive hazard
area such as where there is gas leaking.
• Privacy of communications may not be
ensured when using this telephone.
• Follow the local regulations regarding the
disposal of your packing materials, exhausted
batteries and used phone. Wherever possible,
recycle those materials.
• The earpiece of the handset may attract small
metal objects such as staples and pins. Care
should be taken when placing the handset
near these items.
• This phone should not be used near intensive
care medical equipment. Persons with
pacemakers should consult their Doctor or
cardiologist before using this phone.
• This telephone is not designed for making
emergency telephone calls when the mains
power fails. Always have a corded phone
available to be able to make and receive calls
to emergency services if the mains power fails.
• To prevent electric shock, do not open the
handset or base cabinet.
• Clean with a dry, soft, lint-free cloth. Never
use cleaning agents, particularly aggressive
solvents.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
• Do not use your telephone during an electrical
storm thunderstorm as it is possible to get an
electric shock. Refer to information contained
in White pages directory.
• This phone is designed for connection to
a PSTN telephone line or an analogue
extension port of a PBX system. If you
connect this device to a digital extension of a
PBX, damage may result to the PBX.
CAUTION
!
Use only the mains adaptors supplied with this
product. Incorrect adaptor polarity or voltage can
seriously damage the unit.
Adaptor for base unit and charger:
Base Unit power supply – Input: 100-240VAC
50/60Hz Output: 6V 0.5A
Ext Charger power supply – Input 100-240VAC
50Hz Output: 6V 150mA
Getting Started
Getting started
Location
You need to place the base unit within 2 metres of the
mains power socket and telephone socket so that the
cables will reach. Make sure it is at least 1 metre away
from other electrical appliances to avoid interference.
Your cordless phone works by sending radio signals
between the handset and base. The strength of the
signal depends on where you site the base. Putting it
as high as possible ensures the best signal.
Handset range
The range is up to 300 metres outdoors when there
is a clear line of sight between the base and handset.
Any obstruction between the base and handset will
reduce the range significantly. With the base indoors
and handset either indoors or outdoors, the range will
normally be up to 50 metres. Thick stone walls can
severely affect the range.
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IMPORTANT
The base station must be plugged into the
mains power at all times. Do not plug the
telephone line cord into the wall socket until
the handset is fully charged. Only use the
power and telephone cables supplied with
the product.
Battery low warning
If the
icon flashes in the display, you will need to
recharge the handset before you can use it again.
During charging, the
icon in the display will scroll.
Battery performance
In ideal conditions, fully charged batteries should give
about 10 hours talk time or 100 hours standby time
from a single charge.
Signal strength
Note that new batteries do not reach full capacity until
they have been in normal use for several days.
The icon on your handset indicates when you are in
range. When out of range of the base the icon flashes
and the handset gives an out-of range warning tone
every minute. This tone is repeated until you move
back into range.
The charge capacity of rechargeable batteries will
reduce with time as they wear out, giving the handset
less talk/standby time. Eventually they will need to be
replaced.
If you move out of range during a call, the telephone
call will be disconnected. Move back within range
before you make any further calls. The handset will
automatically re-connect to the base.
Batteries and handsets may become warm during
charging. This is normal.
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Getting Started
Tip!
It is good practice to put the cordless handset on the
charging cradle when it is not in use to ensure that
the handset is always fully charged.
WARNING
!
DO NOT USE STANDARD/ALKALINE
BATTERIES IN THIS PRODUCT, AS
THERE IS A RISK OF EXPLOSION AND/
OR INJURY. ONLY USE THE Ni-MH
RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES SPECIFIED
IN THIS USER GUIDE. CONTACT ORICOM
FOR REPLACEMENT BATTERIES.
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS
REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
Never use non-rechargeable batteries.
Use recommended type supplied with this
product.
• Never use alkaline or lithium batteries.
• Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire, as
they can explode.
• Do not open or mutilate the battery.
Released electrolyte is corrosive and can
cause damage to the eyes or skin. It can
be toxic if swallowed.
• Avoid contact with metal objects when
handling the battery. These objects
could short out the batteries or cause the
conductor to overheat resulting in burns.
• Do not attempt to recharge the battery cell
by heating it. Sudden release of battery
electrolyte can cause burns or irritation to
the eyes or skin.
WARNING
!
• Observe the proper polarity, or direction,
of any battery. Reverse insertion of
the battery cell can result in leakage or
explosion.
• Remove the batteries if you do not plan to
use the product for several months at a time.
• Follow the local regulations regarding
the disposal of your packing materials,
exhausted batteries and used phone.
Wherever possible, recycle those materials.
Pack contents
Depending on the model you have purchased this
pack should contain the following items:
If any of these are missing, please contact Oricom
directly.
Base unit
Cordless handsets
Charging cradle
Power adaptors
Line cord
User guide
Handset Rechargeable
Ni-MH 1.2V 400mAh
Batteries
Single
1
1
0
1
1
1
Twin
1
2
1
2
1
1
Triple
1
3
2
3
1
1
2
4
6
Getting Started
5
Purchasing additional handsets
You may expand your cordless system by adding
more handsets (eco7150). These can be purchased
separately from the retailer where you purchased the
product, or directly from Oricom (Australia)
TELEPHONE
WALL SOCKET
www.oricom.com.au.
The eco71 and eco710 can accommodate a total of 4
cordless handsets.
If you have a Broadband line
If you connect your telephone to a line with a
broadband conne ction, you must connect an in
line filter (not supplied) between the telephone
socket and your phone base to ensure that your
broadband and eco71&eco710 will work properly.
If you do not install the filter you will experience
interference on the cordless phone and your
Broadband may suffer dropouts. Please refer to
the user guide of the in line filter for installation.
In a home with broadband, every telephone, fax
or answering system must have a in-line filter
connected, not just the one at the telephone point
that your modem is connected to.
Additional in-line filters can be purchased from
electronic stores.
MICROFILTER
Connecting the base station
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Connect the base station as illustrated in the
diagram. For reasons of safety, only use the power
adaptor and telephone connection line cord supplied.
Inserting the batteries
1) Open the battery compartment cover. Install
the AAA rechargeable batteries into handset
in accordance with the polarity marked in the
battery compartment.
2) Close the battery compartment cover, sliding
it into place and pressing firmly to make sure
it is secure.
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Getting Started
Charging the batteries
Interference
Before the handset is used for the first time, insert it
in the base/charging station for at least 14 hours.
The handset warms up during the charging process.
This is normal and does not represent a risk. Do not
charge the handset with charging units from other
manufacturers. The battery charge status is indicated
in the display. When the battery charge has reached its
lower limit value, the battery icon flashes in the display.
If the sound quality gets worse as you move around
while on a call, this is probably caused by interference
between the handset and the base unit, perhaps
because you are too near to another phone or other
electrical equipment. Move to a different position to
clear the interference. If you do not move, it might
cause a short break or your call may be cut off.
Setting the time and date on the
handset
When used up for the first time, the handset does not
show the correct time (e.g. for entries in the call list/
answering machine). The date and time are set using
the DATE TIME menu option.
Setting the display language
The display language can be set to one of the 9
different languages available. When delivered, the
language is set to ENGLISH. Change the setting
using the HANDSET > LANGUAGE menu option.
Radio signals between handset and
base unit
To use your handset and base unit together, you must
be able to maintain a radio link between them. Be
aware that any large metal objects, like a refrigerator,
a mirror, filing cabinet, etc, between the handset and
the base unit may block the radio signal. Other solid
structures, like walls, may reduce the signal strength.
Checking your answering machine
messages remotely
1. F r o m a n o t h e r p h o n e , d i a l h o m e . T h e
answering machine answers and starts playing
your greeting message.
2. While the greeting is playing, press # key
on the phone you used to dial and enter the
remote access code* (which is the same as
your master PIN code).
• If the answering machine is turned off, you must
change your master PIN from its default 0000,
before you can use the remote access feature.
3. If the remote access code is correct, a
confirmation beep can be heard.
4. Press key 2 to start message playback.
5. When you are finished listening to your
messages, press the Hang up/exit button to exit.
PACK
CONTENTS
Phone
Function
Keys
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Phone Function Keys
Handset
The buttons in this operating manual are depicted
with a uniform contour. Therefore, slight deviations
in the appearance of the symbols on the telephone
buttons compared to those shown here are possible.
1
Earpiece
2
OK button
- Select a menu entry
3
NAVIGATION button
- Up to increase volume and view CID
- D
own to decrease volume and access
Phonebook
4
TALK button
- Make a call
- Accept a call
1
8
2
3
Menu button
5
9
10
4
5
6
7
12
13
14
15
11
- Access to main menu
6
[*] button
- Long press to activate or deactivate the key lock
7
Mute button
- Mute/unmute the microphone
8
Display
9
BACK button
- Cancel a menu entry
- Backspace the digit (s) or character (s)
- P
ress and hold to toggle between handset
name and date/time in standby mode
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Phone Function Keys
10 END button
- End a call
- Press and hold to turn the handset on/off
- Exit the menu/operation
11 R (Recall button)
V CD
12 Redial button
- Enter redial list and dial the recent number
13 [#] button
- Insert a pause.
- Long press to turn the ringer on/off
14 INT button
- Make an intercom call
- Make a conference call
15 Microphone
handset locator button
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Phone Function Keys
Answering machine operation (eco710 ONLY)
You can use the keys on the base station to perform the basic functions of the answering machine.
1
2
4
5
8
6
3
7
1 Answering machine /in use indicator
5 Skip to next message
2 Turn the answering machine on/off
6 Decrease speaker volume
3 D
elete current message, long press
to delete all read messages
7 Play/Stop message playback
4 Increase speaker volume
8 G
o back to previous message or replay current
message
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What the icons mean?
What the icons mean?
Icon
Name
Description
Battery Charge Level Indicates battery is fully discharged.
Battery Charge Level Indicates battery is fully charged.
Call
Indicates that an external call is connected or held.
Icon blinks when receiving an incoming call.
Message
Indicates you have a new Voice Mail message.
Caller display
Indicates you have new missed calls, or the call log is being viewed.
Phonebook
Displays when the phonebook is accessed.
Alarm
Displays when the alarm clock is activated.
Ringer Off
Displays when ringer volume is turned off.
Signal Level
Tam
Indicates that the handset is registered and within range of the base station.
Icon blinks when the handset is out of range or is searching for a base.
Icon blinks when the handset is out of range or is searching for a base.
Slowly Blinking to indicate new TAM message(s)
Fast blinking to indicate TAM is full
Tam off to indicate TAM off
Your Telephone Operations
Your Telephone Operations
Switching on/off
Press and hold the END button for more than 2
seconds to switch on/off the handset in standby mode.
You can switch the handset off and save battery
charge.
Note:
When the handset is OFF, it cannot be used
for making calls including emergency calls.
There will be no ringing during an incoming
call. To answer a call, you will need to switch
it back on. It may take some time for the
handset to re-establish a radio link with the
base unit.
To lock/unlock the keypad
Press and hold the  key for 1 second to lock/unlock
the keypad in standby mode.
Note:
Incoming calls can still be answered even
if the keypad was locked.
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Set time and date
Note:
If you subscribe to the Caller Display service,
the time and date will be set automatically
when you receive a call, but you may still need
to set the correct year.
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
CLOCK&ALARM and then press OK key to
select.
3.Press OK key to select DATE/TIME. The last
stored date is displayed. Enter the current
date (YY-MM-DD), press OK, then enter the
time (HH-MM).
4. Press the Navigation key to select AM or PM
(if the time is in 12 HOURS format) and then
press OK key to confirm. A confirmation beep
is played.
Change your handset’s name
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
PERSONAL SET and then press OK key to
select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select HANDSET
NAME and then press OK key to select. The
current handset name is displayed.
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Your Telephone Operations
4. Press BACK/CLEAR key to delete the
characters one by one.
Enter the new name (maximum 10 characters) and
press OK key to confirm. A confirmation beep is
played.
Change the display language
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
PERSONAL SET and then press OK key to
select.
3. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
LANGUAGE and then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to your desired
language and press OK key to confirm. A
confirmation beep is played.
• O
nce the display language is set, the option menus
on the handset will switch to display in the selected
language immediately.
Make and answer calls
Make a call
Pre-dialling
Dial the number (maximum 24 digits) and then press
TALK key.
Direct dialling
Press TALK key to take the line and then dial the
number (maximum 24 digits).
Call from redial list
Press REDIAL key in standby mode.
Press the Navigation key to an entry in the redial list
and then press TALK key.
Call from the call log
Press CALL LOG (UP) key in idle mode.
Press the Navigation key to an entry in the call list
and then press TALK key.
Note:
You need to subscribe to Caller Line Identification
service to be able to see the caller’s number or
name in the call log.
Call from the phonebook
Press PHONEBOOK (DOWN) key in idle mode.
Press the Navigation key to an entry in the
phonebook and then press TALK key.
Your Telephone Operations
Answer and end a call
1. When the phone rings, press TALK key.
2. To end a conversation, press END button.
WARNING:
!
When the handset rings during an
incoming call, please do not hold
the handset too close to your ear as
the volume of the ringing tone may
damage your hearing.
IMPORTANT NOTE: You can simply place the
handset back on its base station or charger pod to
end the call.
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Paging
The paging feature enables you to locate a missing
handset if the handset is in range and contains
charged batteries.
Press HANDSET LOCATOR key located at the back
of the base station. All the registered handsets start
to ring.
Once retrieved, press any key on the handset or the
HANDSET LOCATOR key again to end the paging.
Call waiting
Adjust the earpiece volume
If you have subscribed to Call Waiting service, the
earpiece will emit a beep tone to inform you that
there is a second incoming call. The number or name
of the second caller will also be displayed on your
phone if you have subscribed to Caller ID. Please
contact your network provider for more information
on this service.
During a call, press the Navigation key to select from
VOLUME 1 to VOLUME 3.
Handset Tone
Make sure that you have not deactivated the auto
hang-up feature.
Mute/unmute microphone
When the microphone is muted, the handset displays
MUTE ON, and your caller cannot hear you.
During a call, press the MUTE key to turn on/off the
microphone.
Set the ring volume
There are 5 ringer volume options (OFF, LEVEL 1,
LEVEL 2, LEVEL 3 and LEVEL 4). The default level
is LEVEL 2.
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Your Telephone Operations
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
Activate/deactivate key tone
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
PERSONAL SET and then press OK key to
select.
A single tone is emitted when a key is pressed. You
can enable or disable the key tone. By default, the
key tone is ON.
3. Press the Navigation key to select HANDSET
TONE and then press OK key to select and
show RING VOLUME. Press the OK key again
to select.
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
4. Press the Navigation key to your desired
volume level and then press OK key to
confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Set the ring melody
There are 10 ring melodies available on your
handset.
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
PERSONAL SET and then press OK key to
select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select HANDSET
TONE and then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select RING
TONES and then press OK to select.
5. Press the Navigation key to your desired
melody and then press OK key to confirm. A
confirmation beep is played.
2. Press the Navigation key to select PERSONAL
SET and then press OK key to select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select HANDSET
TONE and then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select KEY BEEP
and then press OK to select.
5. Press the Navigation key to select ON or
OFF and then press OK key to confirm. A
confirmation beep is played.
Activate/deactivate auto hang-up
This function enables you to end a call automatically
by simply placing the handset on the base station. By
default, the Auto Hang up feature is ON.
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press the Navigation key to select PERSONAL
SET and then press OK key to select.
Set date/time format
You can set your preferred date/time format for your
phone. The default format is DD/MM and 24 HOURS.
Your Telephone Operations
Set time format
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t CLOCK&ALARM and then press OK key to select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select SET
FORMAT and then press OK key to select.
4. Press OK key to enter TIME FORMAT. The
current setting is displayed.
5. Press the Navigation key to select 12 HOURS
or 24 HOURS and then press OK key to
confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Set date format
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
CLOCK&ALARM and then press OK key to
select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select SET
FORMAT and then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select DATE
FORMAT and then press OK key to select.
The current setting is displayed.
5. Press the Navigation key to select DD/MM
or MM/DD and then press OK key to confirm.
A confirmation beep is played.
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Set alarm
The handset has an alarm clock feature, and when
the alarm is set, it is shown on the handset display.
When the alarm time is reached, the display flashes
--ALARM-- and the alarm melody is played for 1
minute or until any handset key is pressed.
If the alarm is set for ON DAILY and the alarm will
sound again on the next day.
If the alarm was set for ON ONCE, the will be turned
off.
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
CLOCK&ALARM and then press OK key to
select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select ALARM
and then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select OFF, ON
ONCE or ON DAILY and then press OK key
to confirm.
If you select ON ONCE or ON DAILY, enter
the time (HH-MM) for the alarm and press the
UP/DOWN key to select AM or PM if the time
is in 12 HOURS format.
5.Press OK key to confirm. A confirmation beep
is played.
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Your Telephone Operations
Set alarm tone
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
CLOCK&ALARM and then press OK key to
select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select ALARM
TONE and then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select MELODY
1, MELODY 2 or MELODY 3 and then press
OK key to confirm. A confirmation beep is
played.
Using your phonebook
Using your phonebook
Your phone can store up to 20 phonebook memories.
Each phonebook entry can have a maximum of 24
digits for the phone number and 12 characters for
name.
How to enter characters?
When you select a field in which you can enter text,
you can enter the letters that are printed on the keys
by pressing the relevant key once or several times.
For example, press 2 once to insert the letter ‘A’,
press 2 twice to insert the letter B, and so on...
Spaces and other symbols can be entered using the
1 or 0 key.
Store a contact in the phonebook
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
PHONEBOOK and then press OK key to
select.
3.Press OK key again to enter NEW ENTRY.
4. Enter the name of the contact (maximum 12
characters).
To edit, press BACK key to delete the last
character entered.
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Press OK key to confirm the name entry.
5. Enter the number of the contact (maximum
24 digits) and then press OK key to confirm.
A confirmation beep is played.
• Y
ou cannot store a new phonebook entry when
the memory is full. In this case, you have to delete
existing entries to make space for new entries.
• When storing the number, enter the full number
including the STD (area) code if you subscribe to
caller display, otherwise it will not display the name
when there is an incoming call.
Access phonebook
1.Press PHONEBOOK (DOWN) key in standby
mode to browse the phonebook entries.
Alternatively, you can press the MENU key,
to display PHONEBOOK and then press OK
key to select.
2. Press the Navigation key to select LIST and
then press OK key to confirm.
The phonebook entries will be listed in
alphabetical order, and you can press
Navigation key to scroll through the stored
entries.
3.Press OK key to view the details of the
selected entry.
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Using your phonebook
• Instead of pressing the Navigation key to browse
the phonebook entries, you can press the numeric
key corresponding to the first letter of the entry you
wish to locate. For example, pressing 2 will show
the entries starting with A.
• P
ressing 2 again will show the entries starting with
B, and so on...
Edit a phonebook entry
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
PHONEBOOK and then press OK key to select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select EDIT
ENTRY and then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select an entry
to edit and then press OK key.
The current name is displayed.
Edit the name and then press OK key to
confirm.
5. Edit the number and then press OK key to
confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Delete a phonebook entry
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
PHONEBOOK and then press OK key to
select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select DELETE
and then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select an entry
to delete and then press OK key.
5. P r e s s O K k e y a g a i n t o c o n f i r m . A
confirmation beep is played.
Delete all entries from the phonebook
list
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
PHONEBOOK and then press OK key to select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select DELETE
ALL and then press OK key to select.
4. Press OK key again to confirm. A confirmation
beep is played.
Direct access memory
There are 2 direct access memories (Keys 1 & 2) in
addition to the phonebook memory. A long press on
the keys in standby mode will automatically dial the
stored phone number.
Using your phonebook
Add/edit direct access memory
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Delete direct access memory
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
PHONEBOOK and then press OK key to
select.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
PHONEBOOK and then press OK key to select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select DIRECT
MEM. And then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select KEY 1 or
KEY 2 and then press OK key.
The stored name is displayed, or NO
NUMBER if it is empty.
If there is no number stored for the selected
key or if you want to change the name or
number currently stored, press MENU key
to enter direct memory menu to add/edit the
name or number.
5. Press the Navigation key to select EDIT
NUMBER and then press OK key to select.
The display shows the currently stored name
or ENTER NAME if there is no number
stored. Edit or enter the name you want and
then press OK key. The display shows the
currently stored number or ENTER NUMBER
if there is no number stored. Edit or enter the
number you want and then press OK key to
confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
3. Press the Navigation key to select DIRECT
MEM. And then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select KEY 1 or
KEY 2 and then press OK key.
The stored name is displayed (or NO
NUMBER if it is already empty).
5.Press MENU key to enter direct memory
menu.
6. Press the Navigation key to select DELETE
and then press OK key to select.
Press OK key again to confirm. A confirmation
beep is played.
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Using the redial list
Using the redial list
Delete a redial number
1.Press REDIAL key in standby mode to go to
the redial list.
The redial list stores the last 5 numbers dialed. A
maximum of 24 digits can be displayed for each
entry.
2. Press the Navigation key to select an entry
and then press MENU key.
Access redial list
3. Press the Navigation key to select DELETE
and then press OK key to select.
1.Press REDIAL key in standby mode and
press Navigation key to browse the redial
list. The last number dialed will appear first in
the redial list.
2.Press OK key to view the details of the
selected entry.
Save a redial number into the
phonebook
1.Press REDIAL key in standby mode to go to
the redial list.
2. Press the Navigation key to select an entry.
3.Press MENU key to display SAVE NUMBER,
then press OK key to display
ENTER NAME. Enter the name of the contact
(maximum 12 characters) and then press OK
key to save the entry, and return the display
to the redial list.
4. Press OK key again to confirm. A confirmation
beep is played.
Delete the redial list
1.Press REDIAL key in standby mode to go to
the redial list.
2. Press the MENU key.
3. Press the Navigation key to select DELETE
ALL and then press OK key to select.
4. Press OK key again to confirm. A confirmation
beep is played.
Using the call log
Using the call log
To receive Caller ID you may need to contact your
telephone service provider, and they will inform you also
of any charges for it. Caller ID lets you see the phone
numbers of your callers on the handset display, before
you answer and in your Call Log afterwards. The Call
Log stores the last 10 external calls, whether or not you
answered the call, so you can call them back later.
Only the most recent call is saved if there are repeat
calls from the same number. When the Call Log is
full, the next new call will replace the oldest entry.
If you've got a new call in the Call Log, the Caller
Display icon will appear on the handset display.
If the received number is the same as one in your
phonebook, the name from the phonebook will
display as well as the number.
If a call is from someone who withheld their number,
the display will show WITHHOLD ID.
If the call is from someone whose number is unavailable,
or if you have not subscribed to Caller ID but have set
the date and time, the display will show CALLING when
it is received and UNAVAILABLE in the Call Log.
Access call log
Press CALL LOG (UP) key in standby mode and
press Navigation key to browse the call list. The
calls are displayed in chronological order with the
most recent call at the top of the list.
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1.Press OK key to display more details of the
call, including the date and time.
Save call list entry into the phonebook
2.Press CALL LOG (UP) key in standby mode
to go to the call list.
3. Press the Navigation key to select an entry
and then press MENU key.
4. Press the Navigation key to select SAVE
NUMBER and then press OK key to select.
(Enter the name of the contact (maximum 12
characters) and then press OK key to confirm.
Delete a Call Log entry
1.Press CALL LOG (UP) key in standby mode
to go to the call list.
2. Press the Navigation key to select an entry
and then press MENU key.
3. Press the Navigation key to select DELETE
and then press OK key to select.
(Press OK key again to confirm. A confirmation
beep is played.)
Delete all entries in the Call Log
1.Press CALL LOG (UP) key in standby mode
to go to the call list.
2. Press the MENU key.
3. Press the Navigation key to select DELETE
ALL and then press OK key to select.
(Press OK key again to confirm. A confirmation
beep is played.)
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Answering machine operation
by handset (ECO710 ONLY)
Answering machine operation
by handset (eco710 ONLY)
You can use the answer machine menu on the
handset to access and change the settings for all the
answering machine functions.
Turn the answering machine on or off
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press the Navigation key to select ANSW
MACHINE and then press OK key to select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select ANSW.
ON/OFF and then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select ON or OFF
and then press OK key to confirm.
5. A confirmation beep is played. Press END key
to go back to standby mode.
• You can also turn the answering machine on or off
by pressing the ON/OFF key on the base.
• If the answering machine is turned off and the
master PIN is still set at its default 0000, the
answering machine will not answer to any incoming
ringing, but if the master PIN has been changed, it
will answer after 10 rings to allow remote access.
The outgoing message
The model is supplied with two predefined outgoing
messages (OGM) used for the different answer modes.
There are 2 answer modes available: Answer Only
and Answer & Record.
By default, the answer mode is ANSW.&RECORD,
which allows a caller to leave a message on the
answering machine. This can be changed to
ANSWER ONLY mode, which does not allow callers
to leave any messages on the answering machine.
Set the answer mode
1. Press the MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press the Navigation key to select ANSW
MACHINE and then press OK key to select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select ANSWER
MODE and then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select ANSWER
ONLY or ANSW.&RECORD and then press
OK key to confirm.
Answering machine operation
by handset (ECO710 ONLY)
Record a personalized outgoing
message
• Y
ou can choose to replace the predefined
OGM with your own pre-recorded personalized
messages.
1. Press the MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press the Navigation key to select ANSW
MACHINE and then press OK key to select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select RECORD
OGM and then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select ANSWER
ONLY or ANSW.&RECORD and then press
OK key to confirm.
5. Press the Navigation key to select RECORD
OGM.
6.Press OK key to start recording your new
outgoing message.
7.Press OK key again to end the recording.
• The maximum length of an outgoing message is 2
minutes.
• To hear your outgoing message, select PLAY at
step 5.
• To delete a personalized outgoing message and
return to the predefined one, select DELETE at
step 5.
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Playback and delete messages
The last recorded message is played first via the
loudspeaker on base.
Old messages cannot be played again until after all
new messages have been played.
Playback recorded messages
1. Press the MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press the Navigation key to select ANSW
MACHINE and then press OK key to select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select DELETE
ALL and then press OK key to select.
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Using the intercom
Using the intercom
If there are more than 2 registered handsets, the
handset numbers which are available for intercom,
and a '*', will be displayed. Press the specific handset
number you wish to call, or press '*' to ring all
handsets, to start intercom.
Intercom, call transfer and conference are only
possible with at least 2 handset registered to the
same base station. It allows you to make free internal
calls, transfer external calls from one handset to
another, and set up a 3-way conference with two
handsets and an external call.
Press TALK key on the called handset to answer
the internal call, where both internal callers can talk.
Intercom is established.
If you try to make a call while another handset is
already on an external call, you'll hear a busy tone for
a few seconds before the display returns to standby.
Press END key on the first handset to transfer the
external call to the called handset. The external call
is transferred.
Intercom another handset
• If there is no answer from the called handset, press
INT key to resume the external call.
Press INT key in standby mode.
Intercom is established immediately if there are only
2 registered handsets.
If there are more than 2 registered handsets, the
handset numbers which are available for intercom,
and a * , will be displayed. Press the specific
handset number you wish to call, or press * to ring all
handsets, to start intercom.
Transfer an external call to another
handset
During the call, press INT key to put the external call
on hold (The caller can no longer hear you).
Intercom is established immediately if there are only
2 registered handsets.
Answer an external call during
intercom
During intercom, a new call tone is emitted when
there is an incoming external call.
Press TALK key to answer the external call and end
the intercom.
Connection with the external call is established.
• T
o put the internal call on hold and answer the
incoming external call, press INT key.
Using the intercom
Switch between an internal and
external call
During the call, press INT key to switch between an
internal or external call.
Establish a three-party conference call
The conference call feature allows one external call
to be shared with two handsets (in intercom). The
three parties can share the conversation and no
additional network subscription is required.
During an external call, press INT key to put the
external call on hold (the caller can no longer hear you).
If there are more than 2 registered handsets, the
handset numbers which are available for intercom
will be displayed. Press the specific handset number
you wish to call to start intercom. Press TALK key on
the called handset to answer the internal call, where
both internal callers can talk. Intercom is established.
Press and hold INT key for 2 seconds on the first
handset to start the three-party conference.
CONFERENCE will be displayed on the screen once
the conference call is established.
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Advanced use of your telephone
Advanced use of your
telephone
Change Master PIN
The Master PIN is used for registration/un-registration
of handsets and for accessing the answering
machine remotely. The default Master PIN number
is 0000. The maximum length of the Master PIN is 8
digits.
Note: If you forget your PIN code, you can reset it to
its default 0000 using a handset Reset.
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
ADVANCED SET and then press OK key to
select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select CHANGE
PIN and then press OK key to select.
4. Enter the current Master PIN when prompted
and then press OK key to confirm. As you
enter the PIN it will be shown as asterisks (*)
on the screen.
5. Enter the new PIN and then press OK key to
confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Register your handset
IMPORTANT: When you purchase a telephone, all
handsets are already registered to the base, so you
do not need to register them. Handset registration is
only necessary when you buy extra handsets or if a
handset has become faulty.
They may be different if you want to register another
handset model, in which case you should refer to its
user guide.
Additional handsets must be registered to the base
unit before you can use them. Up to 4 handsets can
be registered to one base station.
The Master PIN is required before you can register or
un-register handsets.
By default, the Master PIN is 0000.
On the base station, press and hold the HANDSET
LOCATOR key for approximately 5 seconds.
1. On the handset, press MENU key to enter
menu selection.
2. Press the Navigation key to select ADVANCED
SET and then press OK key to select.
3. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
REGISTRATION and then press OK key to
select.
• If no action is taken on the handset within 10 seconds,
the registration procedure will be aborted. If this
happens, repeat the first step. (Enter the Master PIN
when prompted and then press OK key to confirm.
(The default master PIN is 0000)
Advanced use of your telephone
WAITING is displayed on the screen. A confirmation
beep is played to indicate successful registration,
and the handset will return to standby mode, with its
handset number displayed.
• I f no base is found within a certain period, NO
BASE will be displayed with an error tone to
indicate failed registration and the handset returns
to standby mode, and you will need to repeat the
registration sequence.
Un-register your handset
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press the Navigation key to select ADVANCED
SET and then press OK key to select.
3. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
UNREGISTER and then press OK key to
select.
4. Enter the Master PIN when prompted and
then press OK key to confirm. (The default
master PIN is 0000)
5. Press the Navigation key to select the
handset number to un-register and then press
OK key to confirm.
A confirmation beep is played to indicate successful
un-registration.
• If no action is taken on the handset within 15 seconds,
the un-registration procedure will be aborted and the
handset returns to standby mode.
You must use a handset to un-register handsets from
the base.
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Set prefix
This allows you to define a prefix number to be added
to the beginning of any pre-dialed number, and to
define a detect string to prevent the prefix number
being added unless the detect string matches the
first digits of the pre-dialed number, in which case the
prefix number will replace the detect string digits.
You can enter up to 5 digits for the detect string and
up to 10 digits for the auto prefix number.
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press the Navigation key to select ADVANCED
SET and then press OK key to select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select AUTO
PREFIX and then press OK key to select.
4. To enter a DETECT DIGIT string, press press
OK key again.
The last stored detect string is displayed (if any).
Enter a detect string number (maximum 5
digits) and then press OK key to confirm.
To enter a PREFIX number, press Navigation
to display PREFIX and then press OK key. The
last stored prefix number is displayed (if any).
5. Enter the prefix number (maximum 10
digits) and then press OK key to confirm. A
confirmation beep is played.
• If no detect string (blank) is entered, the prefix
number will be automatically added to the pre-dial
number after TALK key is pressed.
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Advanced use of your telephone
For numbers starting with *, # or P, the prefix number
will not be added to the
2. Press the Navigation key to select ADVANCED
SET and then press OK key to select.
Pre-dial number after TALK key is pressed.
3. Press the Navigation key to select FIRST
RING and then press OK key to select.
Change recall time
You may need the R button to send a Recall signal if you are connected to a PBX. You should normally
leave the Recall Time at its default setting of Short
(100ms), as this is the standard recall required in
the telephone network, but it can be changed to
Medium (270ms) or Long (600ms) if your telephone is
connected to a PBX that requires a different recall time.
4. Press the Navigation key to select ON or
OFF and then press OK key to confirm. A
confirmation beep is played.
Reset unit
You can reset your phone to its default settings with
this feature.
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
Note:
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
ADVANCED SET and then press OK key to
select.
Upon reset, all your personal settings, call log and
redial list entries will be deleted and the phone
will return to its default settings. However, your
phonebook will remain unchanged after reset.
Also, if you have an answering machine model,
any recorded messages will remain unchanged,
but all other settings will be defaulted.
3. Press the Navigation key to select RECALL
TIME and then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select SHORT,
MEDIUM or LONG and then press OK key to
confirm. A confirmation beep is played.
Set first ring
When this function is set to Off, the first ring from
an incoming call will not sound. This is useful on
exchanges where calling line identity is sent after the
first ring.
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
1.Press MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
ADVANCED SET and then press OK key to
select.
3. Press the Navigation key to select RESET
and then press OK key to select.
4. P r e s s O K k e y a g a i n t o c o n f i r m . A
confirmation beep is played and the unit is
reset to its default settings.
Answering machine settings
(ECO710 ONLY)
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Answering machine settings
(eco710 ONLY)
3. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
SETTINGS and then press OK key to select.
Set ring delay
5. Press the Navigation key to select ACTIVATE
or DEACTIVATE and then press OK key to
confirm.
1. Press the MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press the Navigation key to select ANSW
MACHINE and then press OK key to select.
3. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
SETTINGS and then press OK key to select.
4. Press OK key to enter the RING DELAY
option list.
5. Press the Navigation key to select 2 – 7
RINGS or ECONOMY and then press OK key
to confirm your choice.
6. A confirmation beep is played. Press HANGUP/EXIT key to go back to idle mode.
• I f you select Economy mode, the answering
machine will answer calls and start playing the
greeting message after 5 rings if you have no new
messages, or after 3 rings if there is at least one
new message recorded.
To activate/deactivate remote control
access
1. Press the MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press the Navigation key to select ANSW
MACHINE and then press OK key to select.
4. Press the Navigation key to select REMOTE
ACC. and then press OK key to select.
6. A confirmation beep is played. Press END
key to go back to standby mode.
• O
nce the remote control access is activated,
you can check the messages of your answering
machine when you are away from home, by calling
from another phone.
• If the answering machine is turned off, you must
change your master PIN from its default 0000,
before you can use the remote access feature.
To check messages remotely
1. When you are away from home, dial your
home phone number from another phone.
The answering machine answers and starts
playing your greeting message.
2. While the OGM is playing, press # key on the
phone you used to dial and enter the remote
access code (which is the same as your
master PIN code).
• T
he answer machine will drop the line immediately
if there is no detection of the master PIN entry
within 8 seconds from pressing the #.
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Answering machine settings
(ECO710 ONLY)
• If the remote access code is correct, a confirmation
beep can be heard, and then you need to press
the 2 key, within 8 seconds, to start playing any
messages.
3. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
SETTINGS and then press OK key to select.
The remote feature lets you perform
the following functions:
5. Press the Navigation key to select your
preferred language and then press OK key to
confirm.
To Press this button
6. A confirmation beep is played. Press END
key to go back to standby mode.
Review message 1
Play back messages
2
Stop message playback 8
Erase message (during message playback)
6
Skip message 3
Turn on answerer machine 7
Turn off answerer machine 9
• If the answering machine is off, and the master
PIN has been changed from its default 0000, it will
answer the call after 10 rings. Dial the master PIN
code within 8 seconds and you will hear a beep to
confirm you have entered to remote access mode,
as above.
Set the OGM voice language
(optional)
1. Press the MENU key to enter menu selection.
2. Press the Navigation key to select ANSW
MACHINE and then press OK key to select.
4. P r e s s t h e N a v i g a t i o n k e y t o s e l e c t
LANGUAGE and then press OK key to select.
Call screening
Call screening allows you to hear the caller while he
is leaving a message.
You can then decide if you want to talk to the caller
directly.
To adjust the speaker’s volume during call screening,
press + and - keys on the base station. The lowest
volume level turns call screening off.
Default settings
These are the answering machine settings after the
unit has been reset.
Answering Machine - ON
Answer mode – ANSW.&RECORD mode
Number of rings before answer – 5 Outgoing messages
– Predefined OGM. (Personalized OGMs deleted)
Remote access – Deactivate
Base speaker – Level 5
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
• If it is low, replace the handset on the base unit or
charger pod to recharge the batteries.
ALWAYS check first that:
• S
witch off power at the mains socket, wait for a
short time and then switch back on. This may solve
the problem.
You have followed all the steps listed in the user
manual to install and set up your telephone.
All connectors are firmly inserted in their sockets.
"I cannot make a call"
Mains power to the base unit is switched on at the
socket.
• I f the handset display shows KEYS LOCKED,
press and hold the * button to unlock it before you
make a call.
The handset’s batteries are correctly and securely
installed and are not run down.
• O
nly one handset (or the base unit) can be
connected to the outside line at a time.
Everyday use
• If another handset is already using the line, you
need to wait until it has finished its call.
"I cannot make or answer calls"
"When I press on the keys, nothing happens"
• If the handset’s display is blank, it may have been
switched off. Press and hold the END key to switch
it back on.
• M
ake sure the batteries are fitted in your handset.
If the Battery Level symbol on the display shows
‘low’, put your handset back on the cradle to
charge.
• C
heck that the base unit’s mains power adapter is
plugged in and power is switched on.
• T
he base unit needs mains power for normal
operation of the phone – not just for charging the
batteries.
• M
ake sure you are using the telephone line cable
supplied with your phone. Other telephone line
cables might not work. Move the handset closer to
the base unit.
• Check the battery level symbol on the display.
"When I key in a number, it appears on the display,
but I cannot make an outside call"
• T
ry a different position for the base unit –
somewhere higher if possible, or further from other
electrical equipment.
"The phone does not ring"
• C
heck that the base unit’s mains power adapter is
plugged in and power is switched on.
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Handset Tone
Troubleshooting
• T
he base unit needs mains power for normal
operation of the phone – not just for charging the
batteries.
• M
ake sure you are using the telephone line cable
that was supplied with your
"My call was cut off when I went out of range. Now I
can’t use my handset."
• M
ove the handset closer to the base unit before
you try again to make a call.
• You should find contact details on your phone bill.
• T
he caller may have withheld their number or
they may be calling from a network that does
not transmit the caller’s number (e.g. if they are
making international calls.)
"When I try to make a call, I hear busy tone"
• I f you’re using a multi-handset system, check
whether another handset is already on a call.
"There is interference and noise on the line"
"The volume in the earpiece is low when I’m on a
call"
• M
ove the handset closer to the base unit, or to a
different position.
• M
ake sure you’re holding the earpiece correctly
over your ear.
• T
ry moving the base unit so that it’s not near other
electrical equipment, such as a television or a
computer.
• Adjust the volume using the UP/DOWN key.
• Y
ou’ll get the best sound if you place the base unit
as high as possible. For example, in a two-floor
building, the first-floor landing is an ideal place.
"I hear ‘beeps’ from my handset while I’m on a call"
• You may be going out of range of the base unit.
• Move closer or your call may be cut off.
• Check the Battery Level symbol on the display.
• If it’s low, recharge the batteries.
"The Caller Display feature isn’t working"
• Y
ou need to subscribe to the Caller Display feature
from your network service provider.
Intercom and transfer
"I can’t transfer a call" Make sure the other handset is
in range of the base unit.
• M
ake sure you are dialling the correct number for
the other handset.
Batteries
"The handset’s battery cells are running low within an
hour or two"
• B
efore you first use the handset, you should have
left it on the base unit or charger pod for 14 hours
to charge the batteries fully.
• You may need to replace the batteries.
Troubleshooting
Handset Tone
• C
heck the connection between the base unit and
the mains power socket.
"I try to recharge the batteries but I still get a warning
that they are low"
• You need to replace the batteries.
• D
ispose of used batteries safely – never burn
them, or put them where they could get punctured.
• D
o not use non-rechargeable batteries in your
handset – they may explode, causing damage.
• If the fault persists...
• D
isconnect all other instruments connected to the
same line and try to make a call.
• D
isconnect the base unit from the telephone
line and plug a different phone into the master
telephone socket. Try making a call. If this works,
the line is OK.
• I f the call does not work, and you are using a
two-way socket adapter, remove it and plug a
telephone directly into the socket.
• If the call now works, the adapter may be faulty.
• If you cannot make a call, the fault may be on the
exchange line. Contact the service provider.
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WARRANTY
Warranty information (Australia)
Oricom makes no other warranties or conditions,
express or implied, including as to acceptable quality
and fitness for a particular purpose, except as stated
in this Warranty. Any implied warranties that may
be imposed by law are limited in duration to the
Warranty Period. Oricom warrants that the product is
free from defects in materials or workmanship during
the Warranty Period. This Warranty does not extend
to any product from which the serial number has
been removed or was purchased outside of Australia.
This warranty in no way affects your statutory
warranty rights under the Competition and Consumer
Act 2010 or any other similar legislation.
The Warranty Period will be 1 year from the date of
purchase of the product evidenced by your dated
sales receipt. You are required to provide proof
of purchase as a condition of receiving warranty
services. You are entitled to a replacement product
or repair of the product according to the terms and
conditions of this document if your product is found to
be faulty within the Warranty Period. This Warranty
extends to the original purchaser only and is not
transferable. Batteries or Battery Packs (if supplied)
with this product are covered under this warranty for
a period of 90 days.
Products distributed by Oricom are manufactured
using new materials or new and used materials
equivalent to new in performance and reliability. Spare
parts may be new or equivalent to new. Spare parts
are warranted to be free from defects in material or
workmanship for thirty (30) days or for the remainder
of the Warranty Period of the Oricom branded product
in which they are installed, whichever is longer. During
the Warranty Period, Oricom will where possible repair
and if not replace the faulty product or part thereof.
All component parts removed under this Warranty
become the property of Oricom. In the unlikely
event that your Oricom product has a recurring
failure, Oricom may, subject to the Competition and
Consumer Act 2010, at its discretion, elect to provide
you with a replacement product of its choosing that
is at least equivalent to your product in performance.
Oricom does not warrant that the operation of the
product will be uninterrupted or error free.
Oricom is not responsible for damage that occurs as
a result of your failure to follow the instructions that
came with the product. These terms and conditions
together with any specific terms and conditions
contained in the user guide to the product purchased
constitute the complete and exclusive agreement
between you and Oricom regarding the product. No
change to the conditions of this
WARRANTY
Warranty is valid unless it is made in writing and
signed by an authorised representative of Oricom.
Oricom will not be in breach of a warranty expressly
set out in this User Guide or under the Competition
and Consumer Act 2010 and excludes any liability
for damages or any other remedy arising under any
other legislation or the common law if the damage
occurs as a result of:
1. failure by you to adhere to the warnings and follow
the instructions set out in this user guide for the
proper installation and use of the product;
2. negligence on your part or misuse by you of the
product;
3. an uncontrollable external cause which results in
the product not functioning including but not limited to
power failure, lightning or over voltage; and
4. modification to the product or services carried out
on the production by anyone other than Oricom or
Oricom’s authorised service provider.
Oricom will not be liable for any damages caused by
the product or the failure of the product to perform,
including any lost profits or savings or special,
incidental or consequential damages. Oricom is not
liable for any claim made by a third party or made
by you on behalf of a third party. This limitation of
liability applies whether damages are sought, or a
claim made, under this Warranty or as a tort claim
(including negligence and strict product liability),
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a contract claim or any other claim. However, this
limitation of liability will not apply to claims for
personal injury. Nothing in this Warranty excludes,
restricts or modifies any condition, warranty, right
or remedy which pursuant to the Competition and
Consumer Act 2010 applies to this Warranty and
which may not be so excluded, restricted or modified.
For warranties that cannot be excluded, restricted
or modified, Oricom limits the remedies available to
those specified in the relevant legislation.
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Customer Support
Customer Support
Customer Support
If you have any problems setting up or using this
product you will find use-full tips and information in
the Troubleshooting section of this user guide as
well as "Frequently Asked Questions" on our website
www.oricom.com.au. If you have further questions
about using the product after reviewing the resources
above or would like to purchase replacement parts or
accessories please call our Customer Support Team.
Our dedicated local support team are more likely to
be able to help you than the retailer where you made
your purchase.
Please retain your purchase receipt and attach to
the back page of this user guide as you will need
to produce this if warranty service is required. Take
a few moments to register your product online:
www.oricom.com.au
Australia
Oricom International Pty Ltd
Locked Bag 658
South Windsor, NSW 2756
Australia
Email: support@oricom.com.au
Phone: 1300 889 785
(Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm AEST)
Web: www.oricom.com.au
Fax: (02) 4574 8898
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