SPIRIT 710
SPIRIT 710
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DEL (DELETE) Button
- Press to delete individual
messages, memos, stored
numbers or Caller Display
records.
SPEAKERPHONE
light - Turns ON
when using the
speakerphone.
MESSAGE light
- Turns ON
when the TAM
is on. Flashes
when you
have new
TAM
messages.
UP-DOWN (CDS) Buttons
(MENU) Button
- To access the caller
- Press to enter Options Menu
display records, and
to set the Date, Time,Screen
to scroll through lists
Contrast, phone/TAM settings.
and options.
Ringer light - This flashes
when the phone is ringing
for an incoming call.
M1, M2, M3 one-Touch
Memory Buttons
(PHONEBOOK) Button
- Press to access the
Phonebook records.
SPEAKER Volume control
- Used to adjust the volume
level of the Speakerphone.
Microphone - For
speakerphone use
and answering
machine OGM &
Memo recording.
OGM/ (REWIND) Button
- Press and hold to record your
outgoing messages. Press during
message playback to repeat the
current message or to go back
to the previous message(s).
(EXIT)/ (ANSWER ON/OFF)
Button - Press to stop recording or
playback. Press and hold to switch
the answering maching ON or OFF.
With TAM ON is standby mode,
press to select OGM1 or OGM2.
Important:
(REDIAL)/ P (PAUSE) Button
- Press to access the LNR lists
when in standby mode. Press to
insert a pause when dialing.
R (RECALL) Button
- You may need this function if your
phone is connected to a PBX, or if
you use BT Calling Features.
(MUTE) / STO(Store) Button - Press
during a call to mute the microphone or
mouthpiece. Press to store the (M1, M2
and M3)one touch memory dialing buttons
SPEAKERPHONE Button
- Press to make, answer, or end a call
using the speakerphone.
(PLAY/PAUSE) Button
- Press to play back messages and
memos. Press to pause playing of
a memo or message.
MEMO/ (SKIP) Button
- Press and hold to record a memo.
Press during message playback to
skip to the next message.
- When the instruction simply say 'press' a button, this means you should press it
briefly then release it.
- When the instruction say 'press and hold' a button, this means you should keep
it pressed until the display changes or you hear a tone.
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The NEW icon only appears when viewing
New Caller Display records.
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2. Installation
1. Locating the Base unit
The Base unit should be placed on a level surface, in a position where:
„ the mains adapter plug will reach an easily accessible 230-V AC
switch mains supply socket - never try to lengthen the mains power cable.
„ the telephone line cable will reach your telephone line socket or
extension socket.
„ it is not close to a sink, bath or shower, or anywhere else where it
might get wet.
„ it is not close to other electrical equipment - fridges, washing
machines, microwave ovens, TVs, fluorescent lights, etc.
2. Plug the coiled handset cord into the Handset. Plug the other end into
the jack on the left side of the Base unit.
Note: The base unit doesn't
require a battery.
3. Place the Handset on
the Base unit.
4. Plug the telephone line cord into
the PHONE LINE jack at the back
of the Base unit. Plug the other
end into your telephone line socket
or extension socket.
Always use the telephone
line cord supplied with your
Spirit 710. Other telephone
line cords may not work.
Make sure the plugs click
into place.
5. Plug the power supply cord
into the POWER jack at the
back of the Base unit. Plug
the other end to a 230V AC,
50Hz mains socket, with the
switch on the socket set to OFF
6.Switch ON the mains power at
the socket. Wait while the
display shows INITIALISATION,
then the announcement
“ Answering machine on.
Announcement one” before
the display changes to the
standby screen.
7.Lift the Handset and check
for Dial tone in the earpiece.
The Spirit 710 Base unit must be used
only with the supplied mains adapter. Using
any other adapter may damage the unit.
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3. Desk/Wall mount installation
Desk Mount
To place the Spirit 710 on a desk, connect
the stand to the bottom of the phone in the
slots near the rear of the base as shown below.
Insert the rigid clips of the stand into the slots
on the bottom of the phone (nearer the centre of
the base). Press down firmly until the flexible
clips clicks into place.
To remove the stand, (1) pinch the flexible
clips, (2) pull back the stand, and then (3)
slide up and forward (3) as shown below.
Wall Mount
To place the Spirit 710 on a wall, connect
the stand to the bottom of the phone in the
slots near the front of the base as shown below.
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Insert the rigid clips of the stand into the slots
on the bottom of the phone (nearer the centre of
the base). Press down firmly until the flexible
clips clicks into place.
To remove the stand, (1) pinch the flexible
clips, (2) pull back the stand, and then (3)
slide up and forward as shown below.
92 mm
Mark two points on the wall that are 92 mm
apart to lay the fixing centers as shown below.
BE CAREFUL to check that there are no
electrical wires hidden in the wall.
Fix two screws (supplied with the unit) at the
marked locations, leaving approximately 7mm
between the wall and the the screw head.
Hang the telephone on the screws using the
wall mount slots. You may need to remove the
telephone from the wall and tighten the
screws so that the Telephone is securely fixed and
does not wobble. Place the Handset on the
cradle with the parking hook on the cradle
arranged to fit in the parking recess under the
earpiece on the Handset.
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4. Setting up the Spirit 710
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SET
LANGUAGE
1
2
3
SET TIME/
DATE
The following section details how to set up your telephone.
Press the MENU button to enter the Options menu and then use
the UP or DOWN buttons to cycle through the following options:
„ SET LANGUAGE
„ SET TIME/DATE
„ SET FLASH TIME
„ LCD CONTRAST
„ MESSAGE LENGTH
„ RINGS TO ANSWER
„ REMOTE ACCESS
„ TAM HD: ON/OFF Ö Set to ON is up to 8 minutes,
set to OFF is up to 20 minutes.
„ EXIT OPTION
Note: The system will time out if you leave more than
10 seconds between key presses.
With the phone in standby mode;
Press MENU button.
Ö The display shows OPTIONS MENU
.
Press UP button to go to the language setting.
Ö The display shows SET LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE.
Press MENU button to confirm.
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Press UP or DOWN button to select ENGLISH
(default), FRANCAIS, or DEUTSCH.
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6
Press MENU button to confirm.
Continue with programming, or press EXIT
button to return to standby mode.
Note: if you subscribe to the caller display service
(see section 9) the time and date will be set
automatically,but the year may still need to be
adjusted to ensure the answering machine time
stamp gives the correct day.
Press MENU button.
Ö The display shows OPTIONS MENU
.
Press UP or DOWN button until the display
shows SET TIME/DATE
TIME/DATE.
Press MENU button to confirm.
Ö The ‘year’ will be blinking.
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2
3
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Press UP or DOWN button to set the year.
5
Press MENU button to confirm.
Ö The ‘month’ will be blinking.
6
Press UP or DOWN button to set the month.
7
Press MENU button to confirm.
Ö The ‘date’ will be blinking.
8
Press UP or DOWN button to set the date.
9
Press MENU button to confirm.
Ö The ‘hour’ will be blinking.
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12
Press UP or DOWN button to set the hour.
Ö When setting the 'hour' it is in 24 hour
mode only.
Press MENU button to confirm.
Ö The ‘minutes’ will be blinking.
Press UP or DOWN button to set the minute.
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Press MENU button to confirm the TIME and
DATE setting.
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Continue with programming, or press EXIT
button to return to standby mode.
You may need the Recall function if your phone is
connected to a PBX, or if you use BT Calling Features.
Flash is another name for the R (Recall) button,
and the normal UK requirement is for 100ms, but
some PBX may need a longer time, in which case
you can change the setting from the Options Menu.
Press MENU button.
Ö The display shows OPTIONS MENU
.
Press UP or DOWN button until the display
shows SET FLASH TIME
TIME.
SET FLASH
TIME
1
2
3
Press MENU button to confirm.
4
Press UP or DOWN button to select 100MS
(default), 300MS, 600MS or 1000MS.
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LCD
CONTRAST
5
Press MENU button to confirm.
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Continue with programming, or press EXIT
button to return to standby mode.
1
Press MENU button.
.
Ö The display shows OPTIONS MENU
Press UP or DOWN button until the display
shows LCD CONTRAST
CONTRAST.
2
3
Press MENU button to confirm.
4
Press UP or DOWN button to select your
comfortable display viewing level (1~5). The
default setting is 3.
Press MENU button to confirm.
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MESSAGE
LENGTH
1
2
Continue with programming, or press EXIT
button to return to standby mode.
To set the maximum recording time for each incoming
message or memo message on the Answering Machine.
Press MENU button.
Ö The display shows OPTIONS MENU
.
Press UP or DOWN button until the display
LENGTH.
shows MESSAGE LENGTH
3
Press MENU button to confirm.
4
Press UP or DOWN button to select 1 or 2
minutes. The default setting is 2 minutes.
5
Press MENU button to confirm the MESSAGE
LENGTH setting.
Continue with programming, or press EXIT
button to return to standby mode.
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RINGS TO
ANSWER
To set the number of rings before the machine
answers a call;
1
Press MENU button.
Ö The display shows OPTIONS MENU
.
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2
Press UP or DOWN button until the display
shows RINGS TO ANSWER
ANSWER.
3
Press MENU button to confirm.
4
Press UP or DOWN button to select TOLL SAVER,
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9 rings. The default setting is 5.
Ö Use ‘TOLL SAVER’ when checking your Spirit 710
for messages from a remote location using long
distance service or from a pay phone. The Answering
machine responds after the 2nd ring only if you have
a new message waiting. If there are no new messages,
the phone will answer after the 4th ring. You can then
hang up after the 3rd ring to avoid paying for the call.
5
Press MENU button to confirm.
6
Continue with programming, or press EXIT
button to return to standby mode.
REMOTE
ACCESS
1
2
The REMOTE ACCESS is a three-digit code you
need if you call away from home to check your
messages.The default is 321. You can change it to
any three digits you want.
Press MENU button.
Ö The display shows OPTIONS MENU
.
Press UP or DOWN button until the display
shows REMOTE ACCESS
ACCESS.
3
Press MENU button to confirm.
Ö The first digit of the code will be blinking.
4
Press UP or DOWN button to set the first digit
of the REMOTE ACCESS code.
5
Press MENU button to confirm.
Ö The second digit of the code will be blinking.
6
Press UP or DOWN button to set the second
digit of the REMOTE ACCESS code.
7
Press MENU button to confirm.
Ö The third digit of the code will be blinking.
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Press UP or DOWN button to set the third
digit of the REMOTE ACCESS code.
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Press MENU button to confirm the REMOTE
ACCESS setting.
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TAM HD:
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ON/OFF setting
2
3
4
5
Press EXIT button to return to standby mode.
Press Menu button.
.
Ö The display shows OPTIONS MENU
Press UP or DOWN button until display shows
TAM HD: ON
N.
Press Menu button to confirm.
Ö The ON will be blinking.
Press UP or DOWN button to select ON or OFF.
Press Menu button to confirm the TAM HD setting.
Note:If it is set to ON it will record up to 8 minutes
of messages.. If it is set to OFF it will record up to
20 minutes of messages,but the quality of the
recorded speech will not be as high.
5. Telephone Operation
Ringer volume
To make a
call
1
2
3
4
The Ringer High-Low switch located at the back of the
Base unit allows you to adjust the volume of the ringer.
- High volume
- Low volume
Lift the handset or press the SPEAKERPHONE
button on the Base unit.
Ö Check for dial tone.
Dial the telephone number.
Ö The display shows the duration of the call in
minutes and seconds.
Using the Pre-dial mode
Dial the telephone number.
If you make a mistake you can correct it by using the DEL
button to delete digits and then adding the right ones.
Lift the Handset or press the SPEAKERPHONE
button on the Base unit to dial out the number.
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When the phone rings;
Lift the handset or press the SPEAKERPHONE
button on the Base unit.
Ö The display shows the duration of the call in
minutes and seconds.
To answer a
call
To adjust the
speakerphone
volume
During a call;
Adjust the volume of the speakerphone to your
comfortable volume level using the SPEAKERPHONE
volume switch located at the right side of the Base unit.
To end a call
Replace the Handset on the Base unit cradle or
press the SPEAKERPHONE button on the Base unit.
Ö The SPEAKERPHONE light indicator will turn OFF.
To switch
between the
Handset and the
Speakerphone
During a phone conversation through the Handset,
press the SPEAKERPHONE button to speak hands-free.
The Speakerphone light will turn on, but conversation
remains through the Handset until the Handset is
replaced on the Base unit cradle.
While in speakerphone mode, lift the Handset to
enable a private conversation.
During a call, you can mute the microphone
or the mouthpiece so that the person on the
other end cannot hear you.
Press MUTE button once.
Ö While the microphone is muted, MUTE will
be shown on the lower right corner of the display.
Press MUTE button again to get back to the
call.
To mute the
mouthpiece or
microphone
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2
6. One Touch Memory
Store (M1, 1
M2,M3)
Memory
2
In standby mode, press the MUTE/STO button
Key in the telephone number you wish to store,
up to a maximum of 24 digits.
M1
M2
M3
Press the M1,M2, or M3 button to store the
number in the selected memory
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One Touch Memory Operation Continue...
1
Dial out
Stored memory
Number
2
M1
M2
M3
Press the M1,M2,M3 button
ÖThe programmed memory number will be
displayed.
Lift the handset or
Press the SPEAKERPHONE button.
ÖThe phone automatically redials the number
using handset or speakerphone mode selected.
7. Outgoing call record
Last
Number
redial
1
2
Viewing the
Outgoing call 1
records
2
1
Making a
call from the
2
Outgoing
call record
3
Lift the handset or press the SPEAKERPHONE
button.
Press the REDIAL/PAUSE button.
Ö The phone automatically redials the last
number you called.
The telephone remembers the last 50 outgoing calls.
In standby mode, press the REDIAL/PAUSE button.
Ö The most recent outgoing call record will be
displayed with both the number and the call
duration shown.
Press the UP or DOWN button to view the other
records.
In standby mode, press the REDIAL/PAUSE
button.
Press the UP or DOWN button to find the record
you wish to call.When the number is displayed.
Lift the handset or
Press the SPEAKERPHONE button.
Ö The phone automatically redials the number
using handset or speakerphone mode selected.
Deleting an 1
Outgoing
call record 2
In standby mode, press the REDIAL/PAUSE
button.
Press the UP or DOWN button to find the record
you wish to delete.
3
When the record is displayed, press the DELETE
button.
Ö The display prompts DELETE ALL?
ALL?.
Press the DELETE button again to confirm.
Ö The display shows next record.
4
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Storing an
Outgoing
call record
into the
Phonebook
memory
1
When viewing the Outgoing call records, press
the UP or DOWN button to find the record you
wish to store.
2
When the record is displayed, press the
PHONEBOOK button.
Ö The display shows the cursor blinking on the
first digit of the number.
Ö To modify the number, press the UP or DOWN
button to move the cursor to the number you
want to change then input the new one or press
the DELETE button to delete.
Press the PHONEBOOK button to confirm.
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4
Input the name. See page 15 for entering letters.
Ö To modify an existing name, press the UP or
DOWN button to move the cursor to the
character you want to change then input the
new one or press the DELETE button to delete.
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Press the PHONEBOOK button again to save the
record into the Phonebook memory.
8. Phonebook
The Phonebook can store up to 120 names
(max. of 15 characters) and telephone
numbers (max. of 24 digits) in the Memory.
To view the
Phonebook
records
1
Make sure the Handset is idle (not connected
to a call).
2
Press the PHONEBOOK button.
Ö The display shows SEARCH ADD
ADD, with the
‘SEARCH’ option blinking.
3
Press the PHONEBOOK button again.
Ö If the Phonebook memory is empty, the
phone will automatically return to the standby
display. Otherwise, the first alphanumeric
Phonebook entry will be shown.
4
Press the NUMERIC key (2/ABC~ 9/WXYZ )button
that corresponds to the first letter of a name
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Phonebook continue...
and the search will jump to the first entry in the
Phonebook beginning with that letter.
To add a
new record
into the
Phonebook
1
Press the UP or DOWN button to scroll through
the other records.
2
Press the EXIT button repeatedly to return to
standby mode or wait until the program times out.
1
Press the PHONEBOOK button.
Ö The display shows SEARCH ADD
ADD, with the
‘SEARCH’ option blinking.
Press the UP or DOWN button to select ‘ ADD .’
2
3
Press the PHONEBOOK button to confirm.
Ö The display shows the cursor blinking on the
number field.
4
Input the telephone number, maximum of 24
digits.
5
Press the PHONEBOOK button to confirm.
Ö The display shows the cursor blinking on the
name field.
6
Input the name, maximum of 15 characters
using keypad buttons 2/ABC to 9/WXYZ.
Ö Refer to the table below to get the following
characters.
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Phonebook continue...
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Press the PHONEBOOK button to confirm.
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Press the EXIT button repeatedly to return to
standby mode or wait until the program times
out.
To make a
1
call from the
Phonebook
When viewing the Phonebook records, press the
UP or DOWN button to find the record you
wish to call.
2
Lift the handset or press the SPEAKERPHONE
button. The phone automatically dials the
displayed record using the handset or
speakerphone mode selected.
3
To edit a
1
stored
number
and/or name
When viewing the Phonebook records, press the
UP or DOWN button to find the record you
wish to edit.
2
When the record is displayed, press the
PHONEBOOK button.
Ö The display shows the cursor blinking on the
first digit of the telephone number.
3
Press the UP or DOWN button to move the
cursor to the digit you wish to change then input
the new one or press DELETE button to delete.
4
Press the PHONEBOOK button to confirm.
Ö The display shows the cursor blinking on the
first character of the name.
5
Press the UP or DOWN button to move the cursor
to the character you wish to change then input
the new one or press DELETE button to delete.
6
Press the PHONEBOOK button to save the edited
record.
7
Press the EXIT button repeatedly to return to
standby mode or wait until the program times out.
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Phonebook continue...
To delete a
record from
memory
1
2
When viewing the Phonebook records, press the
UP or DOWN button to find the record you
wish to delete.
When the record is displayed, press the DELETE
button.
Ö The display prompts DELETE?
3
Press the DELETE button again to confirm.
Ö The display shows next Phonebook record.
4
OR press the EXIT button to cancel and return to
the previous menu.
5
Press the EXIT button repeatedly to return to the
standby mode or wait until the program times
out.
9. Caller Display operation
VERY IMPORTANT: The Caller Display feature
of this product requires a subscription to
Caller Display service from your telephone
company.
If you subscribe to this feature from your local
telephone company, you can see the phone
number of the person calling you before you
answer. The caller display information includes:
„ The caller’s number (max. 24 digits).
„ The date and time of the call.
„ The caller’s name (max. of 15 characters) if
the network sends it. (not normally available in UK)
Note:
1. The Caller Display information will also
include a name from the phonebook if the
incoming number fully matches an entry in
the Phonebook.
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WITHHELD will be displayed if the call is from someone who has withheld
their number, for example by dialling 141.
UNAVAILABLE will be displayed if the number of the caller is unavailable,
for example from an international call.
Withheld and Unavailable calls are saved in the calls list and show
as missed calls.
Caller Display list
This phone automatically stores the last 99 calls received.
It stores the data even if a power failure occurs
When the caller display list is full, the new caller display entry will
replace the oldest record. NEW / CALLS will alternate on the display to
show that you have a new Caller Display call stored in memory.
The display flashing will only stop after viewing ALL new caller display
records.
Viewing the
Caller
Display list
To return a
call from the
Caller’s list
1
With the phone on standby mode, press the UP
or DOWN button.
Ö The display shows the most recent record. If
there are no Caller Display records, the display
will show NO CALLS
CALLS.
Ö The ‘MSG’ icon will show to indicate that the
caller has recorded a message.
2
Press the UP or DOWN button again to scroll to
the next Caller Display record.
Ö The display shows END OF LIST upon
reaching the end of the first and last record.
3
Press the EXIT button to return to standby
mode or wait until the program times out.
When the Caller Display record is displayed;
Lift the handset or press the SPEAKERPHONE
button. The phone automatically dials the
displayed record,using the handset or
speakerphone mode selected.
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Storing an
Incoming
call record
into the
Phonebook
memory
1
When viewing the Caller Display records, press
UP or DOWN button to find the record you
wish to store.
2
When the record is displayed, press the
PHONEBOOK button.
Ö The display shows the cursor blinking on the
first digit of the number.
Ö To modify the number, press the UP or DOWN
button to move the cursor to the number you
want to change then input the new one or press
the DELETE button to delete.
3
Press the PHONEBOOK button to confirm.
Input the name. See page 15 for entering letters.
Ö To modify an existing name, press the UP or
DOWN button to move the cursor to the
character you want to change then input the
new one or press the DELETE button to delete.
4
To delete a
Caller Display
1
record
To delete
all Caller
Display
records
Press the PHONEBOOK button again to save the
Caller Display record into the Phonebook memory.
When the Caller Display record is displayed;
Press the DELETE button.
Ö The display prompts DELETE CALL?
2
Press the DELETE button again to confirm.
3
Press the EXIT button to return to the
standby mode.
When the Caller Display record is displayed.
1
Press and hold the DELETE button.
Ö The display prompts DEL ALL CALLS?
2
Press the DELETE button to confirm.
Ö The display automatically returns to standby
mode.
3
OR press the EXIT button to cancel and return
to the previous menu.
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10. Answering Machine system
An OGM is the announcement callers will hear when
the machine answers a call.The Spirit 710 has two
pre-recorded announcements available if you choose
not to record your own OGMs.
„ OGM1 - this invites callers to leave a
message after the tone. The default is “Please
leave your message after the beep”.
„ OGM2 - this informs callers to call later and
does not give them the opportunity to leave a
message. The default is,“Please call later.”
The machine has enough memory to record about 20 minutes of messages
(OGM/Caller’s message/Memo),up to a maximum of 59 messages.When
there is no further memory available to record, it will answer after 15rings
and the machine will announce,“ Memory full,please call later..”
The display shows MEMORY FULL and it will be shown
alternately with M E S XS AX G E S and NX E XW
NOTE: You will need to delete some messages before that answering
machine can be turned on again.
Outgoing
Messages
(OGM)
To play the
current
OGM
To record
OGM 1
1
2
3
4
Make sure the machine is switched on;
Press the OGM button.
Ö The display shows PLAY OGM
OGM, and plays
the current announcement.
Make sure the answering machine is turned on.
Note: Each OGM must be at least 3 seconds
and no more than 1 minute in length.
Press the EXIT/ON-OFF button briefly until you
hear, “Announcement 1.”
Press and hold the OGM button until you hear a ‘beep.’
Ö The display shows OGM RECORDING and
the message counter starts to count.
Start recording your OGM1. Speak directly
into the Base unit’s Microphone from a
distance of about 15 cms. (6 inches).
As soon as you have finished speaking, press
the EXIT/ON-OFF button to stop recording.
Ö The display shows PLAY OGM
OGM, and your recorded
message will be played back for your approval.
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To record 1
OGM 2
After setting the OGM1, briefly press the EXIT/ ON-OFF
button again. You will hear, “Announcement 2.”
Press and hold the OGM button until you hear a ‘beep.’
Ö The display shows OGM RECORDING and
the message counter starts to count.
Start recording your OGM2. Speak directly
into the Base unit’s Microphone from a
distance of about 15 cms. (6 inches).
As soon as you have finished speaking, press
3
the EXIT/ ON-OFF button to stop recording.
Ö The display shows PLAY OGM
OGM, and your
recorded message will be played back for
your approval.
NOTE: The machine does not record messages with
Announcement 2 selected; make sure Announcement 1 is
selected if you want callers to leave messages.
2
To turn 1
the
Answering
machine
ON or OFF
2
Press and hold the EXIT/ON-OFF button to
turn ON the answering system. ÖYou will hear,
“Answering machine ON.Announcement one ” The
display shows ANSWER ON and the MESSAGE
light will light up.
Press and hold the EXIT/ON-OFF button again
to turn OFF the answering system.
Ö You will hear, “Answering machine OFF.” The
display shows ANSWER OFF and the
MESSAGE light will turn off.
Note: Once turned OFF, you can still call the
machine and it will answer after 15 rings.
To switch
between
OGMs
Press and release the EXIT/ON-OFF button to
switch between OGM1 and OGM2.
Ö The machine does not record messages with
OGM2 (Announcement 2) selected; make sure
OGM1 is selected if you want callers to leave
messages.
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To record a
memo
1
2
3
You can record a memo directly into the machine.
The length of the memo message recording depends
on the MESSAGE LENGTH setting, see page 9.
The memo message will be played back
together with any messages from callers.
With the Handset on hook, press and hold
the MEMO button until you hear a ‘beep’.
Ö The display shows MEMO RECORDING and
the message counter starts to count.
Start recording your memo. Speak directly
into the Base unit’s Microphone from a
distance of about 15 cms. (6 inches).
As soon as you have finished speaking, press
the EXIT/ON-OFF button to stop recording.
Ö Day and time are automatically stamped at
the end of the message.
To playback
your
message/s
If you have messages or memos, the display shows
X X
the total number of messages M E S S A G E S and the
MESSAGE light flashes.
If you have new messages or memos, the
display shows NX E XW and it will be shown
alternately with the total messages.
Playback 1
and Pause
Press the PLAY/PAUSE button. The machine
will play all new messages/memos.
Ö While a message is being played, the display
shows the Caller Display information (if subscribed)
or PLAY MESSAGE for received messages;
PLAY MEMO for recorded memos.
Ö If there are no messages/memos present, you
will hear, “You have no messages.”
To pause a message playback, press the PLAY/
PAUSE button again
Press the PLAY/PAUSE button again to restart
message playback, otherwise it will restart
automatically after a 30-second pause.
After playing all new messages, press the PLAY/
PAUSE button again. The system will play all
of its messages/memos.
2
3
4
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Repeat/Rewind
To repeat the current message from the
beginning,press the OGM/REWIND button.
To replay the previous message, press the
OGM/REWIND button twice.
Skip/Fast
Forward
To skip to the next message, press the
MEMO/SKIP button.
Stop playback
To stop the message playback, press the
EXIT/ON-OFF button.
Volume Control
Use the SPEAKERPHONE volume switch located
on the right side of the Base unit to adjust the
volume of the loudspeaker during playback.
To intercept
a call
1
2
3
To delete
incoming
messages
1
2
If you hear the answering machine recording
a message, you can intercept the call and
speak to the caller, EITHER by:
Lifting the Handset, or Pressing the
SPEAKERPHONE button on the Base unit,
or lifting the Handset of any other phone
connected to the same line.
When you have intercepted the call, the machine
will stop recording the caller’s message.
Any recording up to the intercept will
be saved as a New Message.
If you intercept a call within 3 seconds of its
start, you may sometimes need to press the
EXIT/ON-OFF button to stop recording.
To delete the current incoming message;
During message playback, press the DELETE
button.
Ö The display prompts DELETE?
DELETE?.
Press the DELETE button again to confirm.
Ö After the erasure is complete, the numeric order
of the remaining messages will be rearranged.
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To delete all
messages
1
2
3
To go back to
the default
OGM
1
2
3
After playing back all of your messages, press
and hold the DELETE button.
Ö The display prompts DELETE ALL?
ALL?.
Press the DELETE button again to confirm,the
display shows "DELETE . . ." and after a short
delay, you will hear, “All messages erased.”
Ö The machine will not delete any messages
that you haven’t yet listened to.
The display automatically returns to standby
mode.
If you no longer want callers to hear the OGMs
that you have recorded, you can delete them and
revert to the pre-recorded defaults as follows:
Make sure the machine is switched on.
Ö If necessary, press and release the EXIT/ON-OFF
button to switch to the OGM you want to delete.
Press the OGM/REWIND button to play the
current announcement.
While the announcement is playing, press the
DELETE button twice.The display automatically
returns to standby mode.
Ö Press the OGM/REWIND button to play the
pre-recorded OGM for confirmation.
11. Remote operation
You can use the Answering System features of Spirit 710 when you are away
from home. To protect your privacy, most of the features can be used only after
you enter the three-digit REMOTE ACCESS Code. The base will display
REMOTE while the Spirit 710 is being accessed remotely.
1
To check
your
2
REMOTE
ACCESS code
3
4
In standby mode, press the MENU button.
Press the UP or DOWN button until the display
shows REMOTE ACCESS.
Press the MENU button to display your code
setting. Ö The default code is ‘321.’
Press the EXIT button twice to return to standby
mode.
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1
To check
your
messages
from a
remote
location
Using a tone dialing phone, dial your home
phone number.
Listen to or bypass the OGM (by pressing *).
Enter your REMOTE ACCESS Code. A list of
options will be heard.
Press keypad “2” to playback your messages.
Ö For other instructions, see the Remote
Intruction code menu shown on the next page.
2
3
4
Notes:
„ During remote operation, you must press a key within 10 seconds,
otherwise the machine will cut off your call.
„ During remote operation, the playback is paused automatically after
about 2¾ minutes, and to continue the "2" key must be pressed
within 10 seconds, or the machine will cut you off.
The following is the Remote Instruction Code Help Menu:
To bypass the Outgoing Message, press “*”
To play new messages, press “2”
Ö After playing back new messages, press “2”
again to play all recorded messages.
Ö To pause and restart during message
playback, press “2”, playback can be paused for
up to 30 seconds, but after that the playback
automatically restarts.
Using the
remote
instruction
code
Spirit 710
Remote operation
1
Using a tone dialling phone, dial your home phone number.
2
When you hear your outgoing message, press
3
Key in your remote PIN (security code).
.
The default code is 321. For details on how to set a new code, see the User
Guide.
4
Press
5
You can also use the keys shown on the back of this card.
2 ABC
to play back your messages.
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To repeat message, press “1”
Ö To skip back to the previous message, press “1” twice
To skip message, press “3”
To play announcement, press “4”
To record greeting, press “5”
To stop function, press “6”
To delete message, press “7”
To set Answer OFF, press “8”
To set Answer ON, press “9”
Ö After setting to Answer ON, press “9” to switch
between OGM1 and OGM2,
To delete all messages, press “0” twice quickly.
(There could be a delay while the delete is being
done, before you hear a beep and the menu list again.)
Using the
remote
instruction
code
Switching
ON from
a remote
location
1
2
3
To disconnect the call, press "#"
If the answering machine is switched off, it will
answer your call after 15 rings allowing you
to switch the machine ON from a remote location;
Using a tone dialing phone, dial your home phone number.
When you hear a ‘beep’, key in your REMOTE ACCESS code.
Press keypad “9” to switch ON.
Delete the message
currently being played back 7
Interrupt and bypass the
outgoing message (OGM)
PQRS
Voice prompt: “Message erased”
Delete all messages that
have been played back
Pause and restart during
message playback
2 ABC
Skip forward to next
message
3 DEF
Play the outgoing message
4
(OGM1 or OGM2)
Repeat the current
message
1
Record a new outgoing
message (OGM1 or OGM2)
5 JKL
1
Switch the machine on
Switch between OGM1
and OGM2
9 WXYZ
Skip back to the
previous message
Stop playback or
recording
1
0
0
Voice prompt: “Message erased”
6 MNO
Switch the machine off
Voice prompt: “Answering is off ”
GHI
8 TUV
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12. Operational notes
Electrical safety
„ DON’T let the Base unit get wet. Electrical equipment can cause serious
injury if used while you are wet or standing in water.
„ If the Base unit ever falls into water, DON’T retrieve it until you have
unplugged the power lead from the mains and the telephone line plug
from the telephone socket; then pull it out by the unplugged cables.
„ NEVER use your Spirit 710 outdoors during a thunderstorm unplug the Base unit from the telephone line and the mains socket when
there are storms in your area. Damage caused by lightning is not
covered by the guarantee.
Locating the Base unit
The Base unit should be placed on a level surface, in a position where:
„ the mains adapter plug will reach an easily accessible 230-V AC switch
mains supply socket - never try to lengthen the mains power cable.
„ the telephone line cable will reach your telephone line socket or extension
socket.
„ it is not close to a sink, bath or shower, or anywhere else where it might
get wet.
„ it is not close to other electrical equipment - fridges, washing machines,
microwave ovens, TVs, fluorescent lights, etc.
Cleaning and care
„ Don’t clean any part of your Spirit 710 with benzene, thinner or
other solvent chemicals - this may cause permanent damage which is
not covered by the Guarantee. When necessary, clean it with a damp
cloth.
„ Keep your Spirit 710 away from hot, humid conditions or strong
sunlight, and don’t let it get wet.
„ Every effort has been made to ensure high standards of reliability for
your Spirit 710. However, if something does go wrong, please do not
try to repair it yourself - consult your supplier or the Binatone Help
Line.
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13. Troubleshooting
!
The Spirit 710 must be serviced by trained engineers. NEVER
attempt any repairs or adjustments yourself - you could make the
problem worse and invalidate the Guarantee.
ALWAYS check
first that:
„ you have followed the steps listed in Section 2 to
install and set up your Spirit 710.
„ all connectors are firmly inserted in their sockets.
„ mains power is switched on at the socket.
Everyday use
“I cannot make or Make sure you’re using the telephone line cable that
answer calls.”
was supplied with your Spirit 710. Other telephone
line cables might not work.
Switch off power at the mains socket, wait for a few seconds
and then switch back on. This may solve the problem.
“The phone does
not ring”
Make sure you’re using the telephone line cable
that was supplied with your Spirit 710. Other
telephone line cables might not work.
Set the ringer volume to High, using the switch at
the back of the unit.
Check that the total REN value of all equipment
connected to your telephone line is not more than
4. Disconnect one or more telephones.
“The phone does
not dial”
Make sure you’re using the telephone line cable
that was supplied with your Spirit 710. Other
telephone line cables might not work.
“The Caller
Display feature
isn’t working.”
You need to subscribe to Caller Display service from
your local telephone company. Contact the local
telephone lcompany for details on how to subscribe.
The caller may have withheld their number by
dialing 141. Or they may be calling from a network
that does not transmit the Caller Display (for
example, it may be an international call).
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Be sure to wait until the second ring before answering.
Answering Machine
“The machine
won’t record
any messages”
The machine’s memory may be full. You need to delete
enough recorded messages to free at least one minute
recording time. Or you can delete all recorded messages
to make room for new ones
Make sure the machine is switched on - the
MESSAGE light should be on.
Make sure you have not selected OGM2 - with OGM2
selected, callers cannot leave messages (see page 20).
“Remote
operation
doesn’t work.”
Make sure you are using the correct remote security code
.
Check that you are using a suitable tone-dialling phone.
Some cordless or mobile phones do not generate
continuous tones and so are not ideal for remote operation.
Don’t leave more than 10 seconds between key
presses; otherwise, your call will be cut off.
Using your Spirit 710 on a PBX
“Last Number
Redialand/or
memory dialing
don’t work on a
PBX.
When you first make a call, try pressing the REDIAL/
PAUSE button for a pause between the outside line
access digit (e.g. 9) and the telephone number.
You should later be able to redial the number.
When storing numbers in memory, you can include
the outside line access digit (e.g. 9) with each
number.
If your PBX requires you to wait for a second Dial
tone before dialing the telephone number, press the
REDIAL/PAUSE button for a pause between the
access digit and the number.
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If the fault persists …
Disconnect all other instruments connected to the
same line as the Spirit 710 and see whether you
can make a call.
„
Disconnect 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.
„
If the call does not work, and you are using a twoway 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 (the BT
engineers on 151, or your cable company).
If you still cannot identify the cause of the problem,
contact the Binatone Help Line on 0845 345 9677
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14. Guarantee and Service
This product is guaranteed against manufacturing defects for a period of 1 Year.
This does not cover the product where the fault is due to misuse, abuse,
use in contravention of the instructions, or where the product has been the
subject of unauthorised modifications or alterations, or has been the subject
of commercial use.
In the event of a problem with the product within the guarantee period
please return it to your nearest Argos store.
If the item is shown to have had an inherent defect present at the time of sale,
the store will provide you with a replacement.
Your statutory rights remain unaffected.
Guarantor; Argos Ltd
489 - 499 Avebury Boulevard
Central Milton Keynes
MK9 2NW
15. Technical details
Standard
Corded Telephone with Caller Display and Answering
Machine
Temperature range Operating 0 ºC to 40 ºC ;Storage -20 oC to 60 oC
Electrical power
Base unit - input 230 V AC, 50 Hz;
output DC 6 V, 350 mA; 2.1 VA; polarity
Declaration of conformity
The Binatone Spirit 710 complies with the essential protective
requirements and objectives of:
„ EC Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
„ EC EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
and conforms to the following relevant harmonized standards:
„
„
Safety: EN 60950
Other: I-CTR37, CTR38,
EN55-022, EN55024
Waste electrical products must not
be disposed of with household waste.
This equipment should be taken to
your local recycling centre for safe
treatment.
Binatone operates a policy of continuous product improvement, and so
reserves the right to make changes to the product and functions without
notice.
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Connection and conditions for use
You can connect your Spirit 710 to a direct exchange line (DEL) - a line
connected to a local exchange, with its own phone number; to an extension
socket connected to a DEL; or to an extension on an approved compatible
PBX. Do not connect the Spirit 710 as an extension to a payphone.
The ringer equivalence numbers (RENs) of all instruments (phones, fax
machines, etc.) connected to an exchange line must not add up to more than
4 - otherwise, one or more of them may not ring and/or answer calls correctly.
The Spirit 710 has a REN of 1, and most other telephones have a REN of
1 unless marked otherwise.
Contents of this User Guide
1. Where to find it
2. Installation
3. Desk/Wall mount installation
4. Setting up the Spirit 710
If you need help …
5. Telephone operation
The Binatone Help Line is
6. One - Touch Memory
available from 9.00 am to
7. Outgoing call record
5.00 pm, Monday to Friday, on
8. Phonebook function
9. Caller Display operation
10. Answering Machine system
Calls are charged at Local Call
11. Remote operation
12. Operational notes
rate.
13. Troubleshooting
14. Product Guarantee
15. Technical details
Pressing buttons on your phone
„ When the instructions in this user guide tell you simply to ‘press’ a
button, this means that you should press the button briefly, then
release it.
„ When the instructions tell you to ‘press and hold’ a button, this means
you should keep the button pressed until the display changes and/or you
hear a tone.
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