Decor 200
Userfriendly
Guide
At a glance
Store button
(Located under the ‘one-touch’
memory label.) Use to store phone
numbers in the memory.
Handset park
When the Decor 200 is
wall-mounted, you can
hook the handset on
this if you need to
temporarily move away
from the phone.
Store
M2
1
2
M3
AB
DE
C
3
F
M1
Decor 200
M1
M2
M3
AB
2
GH
MN
6
WX
9
YZ
Recall
TU
8
V
RS
✱
5
DE
3
O
PQ
7
JK
L
I
4
One-touch
memory buttons
Press to dial a stored
number.
C
1
F
Handset hook
Keeps the handset in
place when the phone
has been wall-mounted
0
Quickdial
Redial
Recall button
For use with PBXs and
Select Services.
Quickdial button
Allows you to use up to 10
numbers stored in the
memories under the keypad.
Redial button
Redials the last
number dialled.
We thank you for making the right choice and expect that your phone will give you many years of quality service.
Please read the instructions carefully before use, and keep this User Guide for future reference.
IMPORTANT
Check that your
Decor 200 is complete.
When you unpack you
must have:
1
Decor 200
phone with
telephone line
cable attached
✓
Screws and wall
plugs for wall
mounting
✓
Installing
your Decor
200
3 Plug your Decor 200
into the telephone wall
socket
2 Dial the number you
require. The display
shows the number dialled.
To end the call, replace
the handset.
1 Situating your
Decor 200
To receive a call
Situate your Decor 200
close enough to a phone
socket so that the cables
will reach.
4 Set the ringer
volume
HI
Do not stand it on carpets
or other similar surfaces
that generate fibres.
Do not cover or enclose
the machine; allow a free
flow of air to its surfaces.
Your Decor 200 can be
wall-mounted. See ‘Wallmounting’.
Warning
Your Decor 200 is only
designed to be operated in
a normal office or
domestic environment.
It should not be used in
bathrooms or near water.
LO
The ringer volume
switch is located on the
underside of your Decor
200 and effects the volume
at which your phone rings.
HI
A loud ring; your Decor
200 is preset to this
position.
LOW
A quiet ring.
2 Check your telephone
wall socket
Using your
Decor 200
2
To redial the last
number dialled
1 Lift the handset.
2 Press the REDIAL button.
Redial
There are two settings:
Your Decor 200 is
now ready for use.
If you do not have a
modern style socket, call
Freefone 0800 800 150
and ask for a BT
engineer to come and fit
the correct socket. This
is a chargeable service.
1 When the phone rings
pick up the handset and
speak.
To make a call
1 Lift the handset and
listen for a dialling tone.
Display shows:
The phone will
automatically dial the
last number dialled.
To store phone
numbers in the ‘onetouch’ memory
Your Decor 200 has three
‘one-touch’ memory
buttons.
M1
M2
M3
You can store a number
on each of these buttons
and dial the number by
pressing just one button;
so there is no need to
dial all the digits every
time.
To store numbers in the
memory you use the
STORE button. This is
located under the ‘onetouch’ memory label.
Lift up the plastic cover
and label to reveal the
STORE button.
1 Lift the handset.
2 Press the STORE button.
To store phone
numbers in the
Quickdial memory
Your Decor 200 has 10
‘two-touch’ memory
locations which are
dialled by using the
QUICKDIAL button.
Quickdial
1 Lift the handset.
E
3 Dial the phone number
to be stored. The display
shows the number.
5 Press the ‘one-touch’
memory button (M1, M2
or M3) under which you
want to store the number.
To dial a number
stored in the ‘onetouch’ memory
1 Lift the handset.
2 Press the ‘one-touch’
memory button (M1, M2
or M3) under which the
phone number you want
is stored.
M1
3
Quickdial
Store
3 Display shows E.
E
2 Press the 0 - 9 location
under which the number
you require is stored.
JK
4 Dial the phone number
to be stored.
5 Press the STORE button.
5
The phone number is
dialled automatically.
Store
Press the 0 - 9 keypad
button under which you
want to store the number.
JK
5
The phone number is
now stored.
Repeat these steps for
any other numbers you
want to store, using a
different 0 - 9 location
code for each one.
Each memory location
can store a maximum of
16 digits.
To store a
phone number you
have dialled
When making a phone
call, you can store the
number you have just
dialled.
1 Before replacing the
handset press the STORE
button twice.
Store
2 Press the 0 - 9 keypad
button under which you
want to store the
number.
JK
Stored numbers can include
switchboard and network
services that use the ✱ and
# buttons as well as the
PAUSE function.
L
The phone number is
dialled automatically.
2 Press the STORE button.
L
The number is now
stored.
To dial a number
stored in the
Quickdial memory
L
4 Press the STORE button.
Use the memory label to
keep a record of which 0-9
location code you have
used for each number.
1 Lift the handset.
Press the QUICKDIAL
button.
Store
Display shows E.
Quickdial memory label
5
The phone number
dialled is now stored.
To change numbers
stored in the memory
To change phone
numbers stored in the
memory, simply repeat
the process of storing the
original numbers but
enter the new number.
The number stored in
that location is
automatically replaced by
the new number.
To store a pause in
the memory
With some switchboards,
after dialling the access
code you may have to
wait for a moment while
the switchboard picks up
an outside line. If so, you
can insert a pause into
the number to allow for
this delay.
A pause can also be
stored as part of a
number in the memory.
When storing a phone
number in the Quickdial
memories:
1 Enter the first part of the
phone number (the
access code) which gives
you an outside line.
2
Now enter a pause by
pressing the REDIAL
button.
Redial
4
3 Enter the remaining part
of the phone number.
The phone number is
dialled automatically with
a pause of around one
second inserted.
Using the
RECALL button
1 Drill two holes for the
screws 73mm vertically
apart. Insert the wall
plugs provided (if
required).
WALL PLUG
WALL
SCREW
73mm
Recall
This button signals a
time break recall. If you
are connected to a PBX
(Private Branch
Exchange), contact your
PBX supplier for further
information. The recall
button is also used for
BT Select Services.
2 Drive the screws into the
wall, leaving about 4mm
free on which to hang
the phone.
Wallmounting
4 Hang the holes on the
back of the phone over
the screwheads and
gently pull the phone
downward to make sure
it is securely in place.
Your Decor 200 can be
wall-mounted using the
screws and wall plugs
provided.
Before you wall-mount
your Decor 200, check
that:
• the wall can support
the weight of the phone;
• the position you choose
leaves sufficient space
so that the phone is
clear of any obstruction
on the wall, such as a
shelf or cupboard.
3 Press the phone line
cable into the channel on
the bottom of the phone,
so that the phone lies flat
against the wall.
5 Rotate the handset hook
180°, so that you can
hang up the handset
when the phone is wallmounted.
Technical
information
Environment
Your Decor 200 should be kept
free of dust, moisture, high
temperature, vibration and
should not be exposed to direct
sunlight. It should not be used
in bathrooms or near water.
How many phones can
you have?
All items of telephone
equipment have a Ringer
Equivalence Number (REN),
which is used to calculate the
number of items that may be
connected to any one telephone
line. Your Decor 200 has a REN
of 1. A total REN of 4 is allowed.
If the total REN of 4 is exceeded,
the telephones may not ring.
With different telephone types
there is no guarantee of ringing,
even when the REN is less than 4.
Connection information
Your Decor 200 may be
connected to public networks in
the United Kingdom.
It may also be connected to
switching systems that use tone
(MF) signalling, with timed
break recall. If in doubt, your
switch supplier or maintainer
should be able to offer help.
Advice on connection to BT
switching systems can be
obtained by dialling BT Freefone
0800 800 152.
Generally your Decor 200 can be
connected to any switchboard
where a simple modern
telephone can be used to make
and receive calls.
Guarantee
If you own your Decor 200 under BT’s guarantee.
BT guarantees the product for
one year provided that:
The goods have only been used
for their intended purpose, and
have not been subjected to
misuse, or been wilfully or
accidentally damaged.
The goods have not been
tampered with or repaired by
anyone other than BT, its staff or
agents. If a fault does occur in
this product, and you bought the
unit yourself, provided that you
return it to the place of purchase
and produce your receipt, it will
either be repaired or replaced
free of charge. The terms and
conditions of this guarantee do
not affect your statutory rights.
If you own your Decor 200 outside guarantee.
If your Decor 200 needs repair
after the guarantee period has
ended, it must be repaired so as
to remain compliant with the
approval requirements for
connection to the telephone
network. We recommend that
you call BT on Freefone 0800
800 150, or visit your nearest
BT shop, and you will be
informed of our recommended
repair agents.
Offices in Europe,
North America,
Japan and Asia Pacific.
The Telecommunications services
described in this publication are subject to
availability and may be modified from time
to time.
Services and equipment are provided
subject to British Telecommunications plc’s
respective standard conditions of contract.
Nothing in this publication forms any part
of any contract.
Touchtone™ is a registered trade mark of
British Telecommunications plc in the UK.
© British Telecommunications plc 1998.
Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street,
London EC1A 7AJ.
Registered in England No. 1800000.
Printed in Malaysia. Issue No.1 (5/98).
Designed by The Art & Design Partnership Ltd.
CE compliant to 89/336/EEC
(EMC Directive) & 73/23/EEC
(Low Voltage Directive)
APPROVED for connection to
telecommunication systems specified
in the instructions for use subject to
the conditions set out in them
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