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2.4GHz Digital Cordless Phone
Preparation
Operating Instructions
Model No. KX-TG2219B
Pulse-or-tone dialing capability
Basic Operation
Advanced Operation
PLEASE READ BEFORE USE AND SAVE.
Charge the battery for about 15 hours before initial use.
Panasonic World Wide Web address: http://www.panasonic.com
for customers in the USA or Puerto Rico
Useful Information
Caller ID Compatible
Thank you for purchasing your new Panasonic cordless telephone.
Please read IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS on page
57 before use. Read and understand all instructions.
Caller ID and Call Waiting Service and Voice Mail Service, where available,
are telephone company services. After subscribing to Caller ID, this phone will
display a caller’s name and phone number. Call Waiting Caller ID, which
displays a second caller’s name and phone number while the user is on the
phone line with the first caller, requires a subscription to both Caller ID with
Name and Call Waiting Service. After subscribing to Voice Mail Service, this
phone’s VM indicator will flash when there are new messages left in the voice
mail box at phone company.
Attach your purchase receipt here.
Energy Star:
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Panasonic
has determined that this product meets the
ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy
efficiency. ENERGY STAR is a U.S.
registered mark.
Accessories (included) For extra orders, call 1-800-332-5368.
AC Adaptor (p. 11)
Order No. KX-TCA1-G
(KX-TCA1)
2
Telephone Line Cord
(p. 11)
Battery (p. 12, 52)
Order No. PQJA10075Z
Order No.
N4HKGMA00001
(P-P511)
one
one
one
Handset Cover
(p. 12, 52)
Wall Mounting
Adaptor (p. 50)
Belt Clip (p. 49)
Order No.
PQKK10127Z8
Order No.
PQKL10035Z1
one
one
Order No.
PQKE10341Z3
one
For Best Performance
Battery Charge
A rechargeable Ni-Cd battery powers the
handset. Charge the battery for about 15
hours before initial use (p. 12).
Base Unit Location/Noise
Calls are transmitted between the base unit and the handset using
wireless radio waves. For maximum distance and noise-free
operation, the recommended base unit location is:
Away from electrical appliances
such as a TV, personal computer or
another cordless phone.
In a HIGH and CENTRAL location
with no obstructions such as walls.
Raise the
antenna.
Note:
While using the handset:
•If you are near a microwave oven which is being used, noise may be heard from
the receiver or the speaker. Move away from the microwave oven and closer to
the base unit.
•If more than one cordless phone is being used and your handset is near another
cordless phone’s base unit, noise may be heard. Move away from the other
cordless phone’s base unit and closer to your base unit.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Contents
Preparation
Location of Controls ...................................................................... 6
Display............................................................................................. 8
Settings ...........................................................................................11
Connections ..................................................................................11
Installing the Battery in the Handset .............................................12
Battery Charge ..............................................................................12
Dialing Mode .................................................................................14
Line Mode .....................................................................................15
Programmable Functions ..............................................................16
Auto Talk Feature .........................................................................17
Ringer Volume ..............................................................................18
Ringer Tone ..................................................................................19
LCD Contrast ................................................................................20
Basic Operation
Making Calls ...................................................................................21
Voice Enhancer Technology .........................................................25
Answering Calls .............................................................................26
Caller ID Service .............................................................................27
Using the Caller List ......................................................................28
Viewing the Caller List ..................................................................28
Calling Back from the Caller List...................................................30
Editing the Caller’s Phone Number...............................................31
The Caller ID Number Auto Edit Feature......................................32
Storing Caller List Information in the Directory .............................33
Erasing Caller List Information......................................................34
Advanced Operation
Directory..........................................................................................35
Storing Names and Numbers........................................................35
Entering Names and Symbols ......................................................37
Finding Stored Items .....................................................................39
Dialing ...........................................................................................40
Editing ...........................................................................................41
Erasing ..........................................................................................42
Voice Mail Service ..........................................................................43
Storing a Voice Mail Access Number ...........................................43
Setting the Voice Mail (VM) Tone Detection.................................44
Listening to Voice Mail Messages.................................................45
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Preparation
Special Features.............................................................................46
Automatic Security Code Setting ..................................................46
Temporary Tone Dialing
(For Rotary or Pulse Service Users) ........................................46
Muting Your Conversation ............................................................46
For Call Waiting Service Users .....................................................47
How to Use the PAUSE Button
(For Analog PBX Line/Long Distance Calls) .............................47
Handset Locator............................................................................47
FLASH Button ...............................................................................48
Useful Information
Cordless
Basic Operation
Telephone
Belt Clip...........................................................................................49
Optional Headset............................................................................49
Wall Mounting.................................................................................50
Battery Replacement......................................................................52
Adding Another Phone ..................................................................53
Troubleshooting .............................................................................54
Important Safety Instructions .......................................................57
FCC and Other Information ...........................................................59
Specification ...................................................................................62
Index ................................................................................................63
Advanced
AnsweringOperation
System
Useful Information
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Location of Controls
Base unit
Antenna (p. 3, 11)
Hook (p. 50, 51)
Charge Contacts
(p. 13)
K X-TG
2219
VM
IN US
SE
E
CHN U
ARGE
HOLD
HA
LOCANDSET
TOR
VM (Voice Mail) Indicator
(p. 43, 45)
IN USE/CHARGE/HOLD
Indicator (p. 12, 24, 26, 47)
(HANDSETÒLOCATOR) Button (p. 47)
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Handset
Preparation
Back side
Antenna
Speaker
(p. 22)
Receiver (p. 24)
Display (p. 8)
(MUTE) Button (p. 46)
(VOICE!ENHANCER) Button
(p. 25)
(FUNCTION) Button
(p. 16, 32, 36, 43)
N
FUNCTIO
MUTE
HANCER
VOICE EN
(p. 21, 28, 36)
Headset Jack (p. 49)
EDIT
(TALK) Button
(p. 21, 26, 30)
CH
ONE
1
(Speakerphone)
Button (p. 22, 26, 30)
4
7
TONE
(TONE) Button (p. 46)
(FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL)
Button (p. 44, 45, 47, 48)
HOLD
CLEAR
SP -PH
2
5
8
3
Navigator Key ( , ,
,
)
(p. 16, 22, 23, 24, 28, 36)
6
(HOLD/CLEAR) Button
9
(p. 24, 34, 37, 42)
0
(REDIAL/PAUSE)
REDI AL
FL ASH
IT
CALLL WAMAIL
VOICE
(OFF) Button
PAUSE
Button (p. 23, 47)
Microphone (p. 22)
Charge Contacts (p. 13)
How to use the Navigator key
This key has four active areas that are indicated by arrows.
CH
•Pressing the up or down arrow allows you to enter the
Caller List and scroll through the function menu, the
Caller List and the directory list. It is also used to adjust
EDIT the handset ringer and receiver/speaker volumes.
•Pressing the right or left arrow allows you to enter the
directory list and move the cursor when entering items.
The right arrow is used to select or confirm your menu
choices and to edit a phone number of the Caller List into
one of 3 patterns.
The left arrow is used to select a clearer channel.
Throughout this Operating Instructions, the navigator key is indicated by
the arrows Ö, Ñ, Ü or á.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Display
The handset shows you instructions and information on the display.
These display prompts are shown below.
V.E.
“V.E.” (Voice Enhancer) on the display means
that the V.E. mode is turned on (p. 25).
V.E.
Recharge
The battery needs to be charged. Place the
handset on the base unit to charge the battery
(p. 13).
V.E.
Received calls
The display shows that you have received new
calls (p. 28). To check the new calls, lift the
handset and press Ö or Ñ.
(Handset on the base unit)
V.E.
Received callsG
The display shows that you have received new
calls (p. 28). To check the new calls, press Ö
or Ñ.
(Handset off the base unit)
12 new calls
H=Directory
GF
Voice mail V.E.
V.E.
Ringer off
8
This display shows the number of new calls
when Ö or Ñ is pressed while the handset is
off the base unit.
To search from the most recent call, press Ö.
To search from the oldest call, press Ñ (p. 28).
To go to the directory list, press á
(Directory key).
The display shows the voice mail message(s)
is/are recorded (p. 45).
When the handset ringer volume is set to OFF
(p. 18), “Ringer off” will flash for about 45
seconds after completing operations such as talk,
viewing the Caller List or programming.
ROBINSON,TINA
When a call is received, the display shows the
caller’s name and number after the first ring.
Talk
V.E.
01-06-35
During a conversation, the display shows the
length of the call (ex. 1 hour, 6 minutes and 35
seconds). The battery strength is also displayed
(p. 13).
No link to base
Place on cradle
and try again.
The handset has lost communication with the
base unit. Place the handset on the base unit
and try again.
SMITH,JACK
1-222-333-4444
11:20A JAN10 ✕3
This is a name from the Caller List.
The display shows:
— the caller’s name,
— the caller’s number,
— the time and date of the last call
(ex. Jan. 10, 11:20 AM), and
— the number of times called (ex. 3 times).
Ann
123-456-7890
This is a name from the directory. The stored
name and phone number are displayed.
Paging
BROWN,NANCY
1-555-666-7777
----Waiting----
Preparation
1-000-222-3333
The base unit is paging the handset (p. 47).
A second call is received during a conversation
(p. 47).
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Display
Please lift up
and try again.
A handset button was pressed while the
handset was on the base unit. Lift the handset
and press the button again.
Directory full
When trying to store an item or Caller List
information in the directory, the directory
memory is full (p. 33, 36).
Save error
10
While programming procedure, the handset has
lost communication with the base unit. Move
closer to the base unit and try again.
Settings
Connections
Fasten the cords to prevent it
from being disconnected.
Hooks
Telephone Line Cord
Preparation
Single-Line
Telephone Jack
(RJ11C)
Power Outlet
(AC 120 V, 60 Hz)
AC Adaptor
Raise the
antenna.
•USE ONLY WITH Panasonic AC ADAPTOR KX-TCA1 (Order No. KX-TCA1-G).
•The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times. (It is normal for the adaptor
to feel warm during use.)
•To connect a standard telephone on the same line, see page 53.
•If your unit is connected to a PBX which does not support Caller ID and voice
mail service, you cannot access those services.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Settings
Installing the Battery in the Handset
Insert the battery into the handset as shown, matching the correct polarity
(#). Press the battery down until it places into the compartment ($).
When finished, close the cover.
2
1
Battery Charge
Place the handset on the base unit and charge for about 15 hours before
initial use.
•The IN USE/CHARGE/HOLD indicator lights and a beep sounds.
OR
IN USE/CHARGE/HOLD Indicator
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Battery strength
Display prompt
Battery strength
Fully charged
Medium
Preparation
You can check the battery strength on the handset display.
The battery strength is as shown in the chart below.
Low
(flashing)
Needs to be recharged.
Recharge
Recharge the battery when:
—“Recharge” is displayed on the handset,
—“
” flashes on the display, or
—the handset beeps intermittently while it is in use.
V.E.
Recharge
•If you DO NOT recharge the handset battery for more than 15 minutes, the
display will continually indicate “Recharge” and/or “
” will flash when the
handset is lifted off the base unit.
Battery information
After your Panasonic battery is fully charged (p. 12):
Operation
Operating time
While in use (TALK)
Up to 4.5 hours
While not in use (Standby)
Up to 11 days
•The battery operating time may be shortened depending on usage conditions,
such as viewing the Caller ID Caller List or directory list, and ambient
temperature.
•Clean the handset and the base unit charge contacts with a soft, dry cloth
once a month. Clean more often if the unit is subject to grease, dust or
high humidity. Otherwise the battery may not charge properly.
•If the battery is fully charged, you do not have to place the handset on the base
unit until “Recharge” is displayed and/or “
” flashes. This will maximize the
battery life.
•The battery cannot be overcharged.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Settings
Dialing Mode
If you have touch tone service, set to “Tone”. If rotary or pulse service is
used, set to “Pulse”. Your phone comes from the factory set to “Tone”.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
1
Press (FUNCTION).
2
Scroll to “Program” by pressing Ö or Ñ.
3
Press á.
4
Scroll to “Set dial mode” by pressing
Ö or Ñ.
5
Press á.
Dial mode
:Tone
GF
H=Save
6
Select “Pulse” or “Tone” by pressing Ö
or Ñ.
Dial mode
:Pulse
GF
H=Save
7
-------------HSave directory
Ringer volume
Ringer tone
HProgram
--------------------------HSet flash time
Save VM acces#
Set line mode
HSet dial mode
Auto talk
Press á (Save key).
•A beep sounds.
•To exit the programming mode, press (OFF).
Dial mode
:Pulse
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (OFF).
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Line Mode
1
Press (FUNCTION).
2
Scroll to “Program” by pressing Ö or Ñ.
-------------HSave directory
Preparation
If the line is connected to a low voltage system such as a PBX, set to “B”.
Your phone comes from the factory set to “A”.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
Ringer volume
Ringer tone
HProgram
--------------
3
Press á.
4
Scroll to “Set line mode” by pressing
Ö or Ñ.
-------------HSet flash time
Save VM acces#
VM tone detect
HSet line mode
Set dial mode
5
Press á.
6
Select “B” or “A” by pressing Ö or Ñ.
7
Press á (Save key).
Line mode
:A
GF
H=Save
Line mode
:B
GF
H=Save
Line mode
•A beep sounds.
•To exit the programming mode, press (OFF).
:B
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (OFF).
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Programmable Functions
You can program the following function items using the handset near
the base unit. The display shows the programming instructions. See the
corresponding pages for function details. Make sure the unit is not
being used and the handset is lifted off the base unit.
Press (FUNCTION).
<Function menu>*
-------------HSave directory
Ringer volume
Ringer tone
Program
--------------
To store an item in the directory (p. 35).
To select the ringer volume (p. 18).
To select the ringer tone (p. 19).
Press á.
<Function menu>*
-------------HSet flash time
Save VM acces#
VM tone detect
Set line mode
Set dial mode
Auto talk
CallerID edit
LCD contrast
--------------
To select the flash time (p. 48).
To store a voice mail access number (p. 43).
To set the voice mail tone detection(p. 44).
To select the line mode (p. 15).
To select the dialing mode (p. 14).
To set the Auto Talk feature (p. 17).
To set the Caller ID Number Auto Edit feature (p. 32).
To select the LCD contrast (p. 20).
During programming:
*To select a desired function item, scroll through the items by pressing Ö or Ñ.
Then press á to go to the next step.
•“--------------” indicates the beginning or end of the function menu.
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (OFF).
•If you do not press any buttons for 60 seconds, the unit will exit the programming
mode.
•If the handset has lost communication with the base unit, 3 beeps sound and “No
link to base Place on cradle and try again.” is displayed.
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Auto Talk Feature
1
2
Press (FUNCTION).
3
4
Press á.
5
Press á.
6
Select “On” or “Off” by pressing Ö or Ñ.
7
Press á (Save key).
Scroll to “Program” by pressing Ö or Ñ.
Preparation
The Auto Talk feature allows you to answer a call by lifting the handset off
the base unit without pressing
or
. If you want to use this
feature, turn the feature ON by programming. Your phone comes from the
factory set to OFF.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
Ringer tone
HProgram
--------------
Scroll to “Auto talk” by pressing Ö or
Ñ.
Set dial mode
HAuto talk
CallerID edit
Auto talk
:Off
GF
H=Save
Auto talk
:On
GF
H=Save
Auto talk
•A beep sounds.
•To exit the programming mode, press (OFF).
:On
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (OFF).
•In order to view Caller ID information after you lift up the handset to answer a
call, leave the Auto Talk feature OFF.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Programmable Functions
Ringer Volume
You can program the handset ringer volume to HIGH, LOW or OFF. If set
to OFF, the handset will not ring. Your phone comes from the factory set
to HIGH.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
1
2
Press (FUNCTION).
Scroll to “Ringer volume” by pressing
Ö or Ñ.
Save directory
HRinger volume
Ringer tone
3
4
Press á.
Select the desired volume by pressing Ö
Ringer
HIGH Low ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ High
or Ñ.
GF
H=Save
•Each time you press Ö or Ñ, the volume
will change and ring.
•If you set to OFF, the unit will not ring.
5
Press á (Save key).
•A beep sounds.
Ö
Ñ
Ringer
LOW Low ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ High
GF
H=Save
Ö
OFF
GF
Ñ
Ringer off
H=Save
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (OFF).
•When you replace the battery, the selected ringer volume setting will return to the
factory set (HIGH). Reprogram if necessary.
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Ringer Tone
1
2
Press (FUNCTION).
3
Press á.
4
Select the desired ringer tone by pressing
Ö or Ñ.
Scroll to “Ringer tone” by pressing Ö or
Ñ.
Ringer volume
HRinger tone
Program
•The current setting is displayed.
•Each time you press Ö or Ñ, the ringer
tone will change and ring.
•You can also select the ringer tone by
pressing dialing buttons (1) to (6).
•If you set the ringer volume to OFF, the
handset will not ring (p. 18).
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Preparation
You can select the handset ringer tone out of 6 patterns. When an
incoming call is being received, the unit rings in the selected tone.
Your phone comes from the factory set to 1.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
Press á (Save key).
Ringer tone
:1
GF
H=Save
Ringer tone
:3
GF
H=Save
Ringer tone
•A beep sounds.
•To exit the programming mode, press (OFF).
:3
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (OFF).
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Programmable Functions
LCD Contrast
You can program the handset LCD contrast (5 levels). To make the
handset display clearer, set to high level. Your phone comes from the
factory set to level 3.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
1
2
Press (FUNCTION).
Scroll to “Program” by pressing Ö or Ñ.
Ringer tone
HProgram
--------------
3
Press á.
4
Scroll to “LCD contrast” by pressing Ö
or Ñ.
CallerID edit
HLCD contrast
--------------
5
Press á.
6
Select the desired contrast by pressing Ö
or Ñ.
7
LCD contrast
Low ❚ ❚ ❚
High
GF
H=Save
•Each time you press Ö or Ñ, the LCD
contrast will change.
Press á (Save key).
•A beep sounds.
•To exit the programming mode, press (OFF).
LCD contrast
Low ❚
High
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (OFF).
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Making Calls
Back side
Speaker
Display
(OFF)
Basic Operation
,
,
(HOLD/CLEAR)
Microphone
(REDIAL/PAUSE)
1
Press
.
Talk
V.E.
2
Dial a phone number.
Talk
V.E.
•The dialed number is displayed.
•After a few seconds, the display will show the
length of the call and the battery strength.
1112222
Talk
V.E.
00-00-00
3
To hang up, press (OFF) or place the
handset on the base unit.
Off
V.E.
00-01-08
•If the handset has lost communication with the base unit, 3 beeps sound and “No
link to base Place on cradle and try again.” is displayed.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Making Calls
To have a hands-free phone conversation
(Using Digital Duplex Speakerphone)
1
Press
.
SP-phone
V.E.
2
Dial a phone number.
SP-phone
V.E.
•The dialed number is displayed.
•After a few seconds, the display will show the
length of the call and the battery strength.
1112222
SP-phone
V.E.
00-00-00
3
When the other party answers, talk into the
microphone.
4
To hang up, press (OFF) or place the
handset on the base unit.
Off
V.E.
00-01-08
•If the handset has lost communication with the base unit, 3 beeps sound and “No
link to base Place on cradle and try again.” is displayed.
Hands-free Digital Duplex Speakerphone
For best performance, please note the following:
•Talk alternately with the caller in a quiet room.
•If the other party has difficulty hearing you, press Ö to decrease the speaker
volume.
•If the other party’s voice from the speaker cuts in/out during a conversation,
press Ö to decrease the speaker volume.
•While talking using
, you can switch to the hands-free phone
conversation by pressing
. To switch back to the receiver, press
.
If noise interferes with the conversation
Press Ü to select a clearer channel in the talk, speakerphone mode, or
move closer to the base unit.
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To dial after confirming the entered number
1
Dial a phone number.
2
Press
.
OR
To have a hands-free phone conversation,
press
, and when the other party
answers, talk into the microphone.
•If you misdial, press (HOLD/CLEAR).
One digit is erased. Dial the correct phone
number.
•To cancel, press (OFF).
3
Ex.
was pressed.
Talk
V.E.
3334444
Talk
V.E.
00-00-00
To hang up, press (OFF) or place the
handset on the base unit.
Basic Operation
•After a few seconds, the display will show the
length of the call and the battery strength.
3334444
To redial the last number dialed on the handset
Press
or
and press (REDIAL/PAUSE).
To redial using the redial list (Memory Redial)
The last 5 phone numbers dialed with the handset are stored in the redial
list.
1. Press (REDIAL/PAUSE).
•The last number dialed is displayed.
2. Scroll to the desired number by pressing Ö
or Ñ.
333-4444
GFRedial list
•You can also scroll through the list by pressing
(REDIAL/PAUSE).
•To exit the list, press (OFF).
3. Press
or
.
•To erase an item, repeat steps 1 and 2, and press (HOLD/CLEAR).
•If “No items stored” is displayed, the list is empty.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Making Calls
To put a call on hold
Press (HOLD/CLEAR).
Line on hold
•“Line on hold” is displayed.
•The IN USE/CHARGE/HOLD indicator on the base
00-00-08
unit flashes.
•If you put a call on hold for more than 6 minutes, an alarm tone will sound. The
call will be disconnected after a total of 10 minutes.
To release the hold
Lift the handset, or press
or
.
•If another phone is connected on the same line (p. 53), you can also release the
hold by lifting its handset.
To adjust the receiver volume (HIGH, MEDIUM or LOW)
or speaker volume (6 levels) while talking
To increase, press Ñ.
To decrease, press Ö.
•The display will return to the length of the call.
While using
•Each time you press Ö or Ñ, the volume
level will change among 3 levels (HIGH,
MEDIUM or LOW). Your phone comes from
the factory set to level MEDIUM.
Loud
HIGH
Low ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ High
Ñ
Ö
Loud
MEDIUM
Low ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ High
Ñ
Ö
Loud
LOW
While using
•Each time you press Ö or Ñ, the volume
level will change among 6 levels. Your phone
comes from the factory set to level 3.
Low ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ High
Ex. Speaker volume:
level 6
Loud
Low ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ ❚ High
•When you replace the battery, the selected receiver/speaker volume setting will
return to the factory set. Reprogram if necessary.
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Lighted handset keypad
The handset dialing buttons will light when you press a button or lift the
handset off the base unit. They flash when a call is received.
The lights will go out a few seconds after pressing a button, lifting the
handset, answering a call, hanging up a call, leaving the programming
mode.
Backlit LCD display
Voice Enhancer Technology
Voice Enhancer Technology (V.E.) helps clarify and improve sound
reception creating a natural-sounding voice that is easy to hear and
understand.
This is accomplished by enhancing the frequency that is narrowed
through the telephone line and comes pre-set to ON at the factory.
Under normal conditions, cordless phones are limited to a narrowed
frequency bandwidth (300Hz to 3.5KHz). Panasonic’s new Voice
Enhancer Technology cordless phones are able to simulate a band signal
above and below the normal bandwidth limitations. As a result, a clearer,
crisp sound much closer to the actual voice is achieved.
Basic Operation
The lighted handset display will stay on for a few seconds after pressing a
handset button, lifting the handset off the base unit, hanging up a call, or
leaving the programming mode.
•“V.E.” is displayed in the talk, speakerphone mode or when the unit is not being
used.
Helpful hint:
Depending on the condition and quality of
your telephone line, Voice Enhancer may
emphasize the noise already on the line. If it
becomes difficult to hear the caller, please
set the Voice Enhancer mode to OFF.
Each time you press (VOICEENHANCER),
the mode will turn ON or OFF.
“V.E.” indicates the Voice
Enhancer mode is turned ON.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
V.E.
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Answering Calls
When a call is received, the unit rings and “Incoming call” is
displayed and the IN USE/CHARGE/HOLD indicator on the base unit
flashes quickly. If you subscribe to a Caller ID service, the calling party
information will be displayed after the first ring (p. 27).
In order to view the Caller ID information, please wait until the second ring
to answer a call.
Press
.
•You can also answer a call by pressing any dialing
button (0) to (9), (*) or (#) (—Any Key Talk).
OR
Press
, and when the other party answers,
talk into the microphone.
Microphone
•You can select the ringer volume while a call is being received. Press Ö or Ñ
while the handset is just ringing. To set to OFF, press and hold Ö.
Auto Talk
If you set the Auto Talk feature to ON
(p. 17), you can answer a call by lifting the
handset off the base unit without pressing
or
.
IN USE/CHARGE/HOLD Indicator
•When the handset ringer volume is set to OFF, it will not ring (p. 18).
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Caller ID Service
This unit is compatible with a Caller ID service offered by your telephone
company. If you subscribe to a Caller ID service, the calling party’s
information will be shown on the handset after the first ring.
The unit can record information of up to 30 different callers, including the
time and date received and the number of times called, in the Caller List.
The Caller List information is sorted by the most recent to the oldest call.
When the 31st call is received, the first call is deleted.
Using the list, you can automatically call back a caller. You can store the
callers’ names and numbers from the Caller List into the directory.
How caller information is displayed when a call is
received
The handset display shows the caller’s
name and phone number after the first
ring.
ROBINSON,TINA
After you answer the call, the display
will show the length of the call and the
battery strength.
Talk
1-000-222-3333
Basic Operation
If you subscribe to both Caller ID and Call Waiting services, when a
second call is received while talking, the new caller’s name and phone
number will be displayed (p. 47).
V.E.
00-00-00
•Caller information cannot be displayed in the following cases:
•—If the caller dialed from an area which does not provide a Caller ID and voice
mail services, the display will show “Out of area”.
•—If the caller has requested not to display his/her information, the display will
show “Private caller”.
•If your unit is connected to a PBX which does not support Caller ID and voice
mail services, you cannot access those services.
•The name display service may not be available in some areas. For further
information, please contact your telephone company.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Using the Caller List
If you have received new calls, “Received calls” will be displayed
while the unit is not in use.
Handset on the base unit
V.E.
Received calls
Handset off the base unit
V.E.
Received callsG
Viewing the Caller List
To check who has called, follow the steps below.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
1
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the
Caller List.
•The display will show, for example,
the following.
GF
2 new calls
H=Directory
•You can go to the directory list by
pressing á (p. 39).
2
To search from the most
recent call, press Ö.
To search from the oldest
call, press Ñ.
•To scroll between callers,
press Ö or Ñ.
3
(OFF)
,
,
To exit the list, press (OFF).
•Once new calls have been checked, “√” will be added.
•If “No items stored” is displayed in step 1, the Caller List is empty.
•If more than one call is received from the same caller, the date and time of the
most recent call will be recorded. If the same caller calls again, the call entry with
“√” will be deleted.
•If you do not press any buttons for 60 seconds, the unit will exit the Caller List.
•After viewing all of the new call entries, “Received calls” will disappear.
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Ex. When you search from the most recent call:
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the Caller List.
GF
2 new calls
H=Directory
Press Ö.
•If there is no name information for a
caller, the display will only show the
phone number.
Press Ö.
BROWN,NANCY
222-3333
1:54P JUN 9 ✕3
Press Ö.
To return to the previous caller,
press Ñ.
Basic Operation
SMITH,JACK
1-222-333-4444
3:10P JUN10
To exit the Caller List,
press (OFF).
TURNER,CINDY
1-234-456-7890
10:38A JUN 9 √
Press Ö.
GF
0 new call
H=Directory
Press Ö.
Display meaning:
√
: You have checked this caller information, answered the call or
called back the caller.
✕2-✕9 : The number of times the same caller called (up to 9).
After checking, “✕2” – “✕9” will be replaced with “√”.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Using the Caller List
Calling Back from the Caller List
,
,
1
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the Caller List.
2
Scroll to the desired caller by pressing Ö
or Ñ.
TURNER,CINDY
1-234-456-7890
11:20A JAN12 ✕3
3
Press
Ex.
GF
or
.
•The displayed phone number is dialed
automatically.
3 new calls
H=Directory
Talk
was pressed.
V.E.
12344567890
•In some cases, you may have to edit the number before dialing (p. 31).
(Ex. You may have to delete “1” and the area code.)
•If a phone number is not displayed in the caller information, you cannot call back
that caller.
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Editing the Caller’s Phone Number
You can edit a phone number into one of 3 patterns (see below a, b,
and c on this page) to call back or store it into the directory.
The Caller ID Number Auto Edit Feature (p. 32)
This feature will allow the unit to edit a Caller ID number into one of 3
patterns you desired for you automatically in the Caller List. For detail
and activation please see page 32.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the Caller List.
GF
2
Scroll to the desired caller by pressing
Ö or Ñ, and press á.
5 new calls
H=Directory
PARKER,FRED
1-234-321-5555
11:20A JAN12 √
HEdit
Save directory
H=Yes
Basic Operation
1
GF
3
Press á (Yes key) at “Edit”.
4
Press á (Edit key) to select a
pattern.
PARKER,FRED
1-234-321-5555
G=Next
H=Edit
a 321-5555
G=Next
H=Edit
•Each time you press á, the number is
rearranged into one of 3 patterns.
a Phone no. (7 digit pattern)
b 234-321-5555
G=Next
H=Edit
b Area code – Phone no. (10 digit pattern)
c1– Area code – Phone no. (11 digit pattern)
•The order in which patterns a–c
c 1-234-321-5555
are displayed depends on how
G=Next
H=Edit
the telephone number is displayed in step 3.
5
After editing the number, you can continue with calling back or
storing procedures.
To call back, press
or
(p. 30).
To store the number in the directory, press Ö (Next key). Follow the
instructions on the display (p. 33). (If the caller has no name
information, see page 33, from step 3.)
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Using the Caller List
The Caller ID Number Auto Edit Feature
There are 3 patterns of phone number (a, b, and c, p. 31). This feature
allows your phone to automatically edit an in-coming Caller ID number
into one pattern you preferred, and display the Caller ID number with that
pattern on the handset automatically.
After this feature is activated, Caller ID numbers coming from considered
area codes (201, for example), from which the Caller ID numbers have
been chosen to follow the desired pattern (7 digit pattern, for example),
will be automatically edited from other patterns (11 digit pattern, for
example) into the same pattern you have previously selected (which is 7
digit pattern, in the example).
Up to 4 area codes are allowed for this feature for pattern a and b (p. 31).
To activate this feature, you must (1) set this feature to on, and (2) make
an out-going call from Caller List (p. 30) with a number which has one of 3
patterns that you have edited with considered area code, and that you
prefer to be followed by future Caller ID numbers, so that in the future all
the Caller ID numbers coming from the same area code will be displayed
in the same pattern.
The Caller ID number Auto Edit feature is preset to ON at factory.
•If you fail to reach your destination when making the call, the phone number you
dialed might have an incorrect pattern, please edit the phone number with
another pattern (p. 31).
For example, if you move to another area, you may need to turn this
feature to OFF to erase previously edited area codes. Then, if still need,
you may activate this feature again.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
1. Press (FUNCTION).
2. Scroll to “Program” by pressing Ö or Ñ and
press á.
Ringer tone
HProgram
-------------3. Scroll to “CallerID edit” by pressing
Ö or Ñ.
Auto talk
HCallerID edit
4. Press á.
LCD contrast
5. Select “On” or “Off” by pressing Ö or Ñ.
Auto edit
6. Press á (Save key).
•A beep sounds.
•To exit the programming mode, press (OFF).
:On
GF
H=Save
•When the feature is set to OFF, the unit will still be able to display Caller ID, like
regular Caller ID telephone, but the in-coming Caller ID number will not be edited
by pattern and by area codes.
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Storing Caller List Information in the Directory
You can store phone numbers that are in the Caller List into the directory.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
1
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the Caller List.
2
Scroll to the caller you want to store in
the directory by pressing Ö or Ñ, and
press á.
TURNER,CINDY
1-234-456-7890
11:20A JAN12 ✕3
•If the number requires editing, see page 31.
HEdit
10 new calls
H=Directory
GF
3
Scroll to “Save directory” by pressing
Ö or Ñ, and press á.
•A beep sounds.
•To continue storing other items, repeat from
step 2.
•To exit the programming mode, press (OFF).
If there is no name information for the
caller, “Enter name” will be
displayed.
a) If a name is not required, press Ö
(Next key) and press á (Save key).
b) If a name is required, enter the name
(p. 37). When finished, press Ö
(Next key) and press á (Save key).
•A beep sounds.
•To continue storing other items, repeat from
step 2.
•To exit the programming mode, press (OFF).
Edit
HSave directory
GF
H=Yes
Basic Operation
Save directory
H=Yes
GF
TURNER,CINDY
1-234-456-7890
Enter name
IH
G=Next
Enter name
CINDY TURNER
IH
G=Next
CINDY TURNER
1-234-456-7890
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (OFF).
•If the display shows “Directory full” in step 3, press (OFF) to exit the list.
To erase other stored items from the directory, see page 42.
•You cannot store caller information in the directory if a phone number is not
displayed.
•If an alarm tone sounds in step 3, the item cannot be stored in the directory.
Place the handset on the base unit and try again from step 1.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Using the Caller List
Erasing Caller List Information
After checking the Caller List, you can erase some or all of the entries.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
To erase a specific caller from the Caller List
1
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the Caller List.
2
Scroll to the caller you want to erase from
the Caller List by pressing Ö or Ñ.
3
Press (HOLD/CLEAR).
10 new calls
H=Directory
GF
REAGAN,TOM
1-888-777-6666
12:20A JAN12 √
•A beep sounds and the information is erased.
•To erase other items, repeat from step 2.
•To exit the Caller List, press (OFF).
Clear
To erase all entries in the Caller List
Before erasing all entries, make sure that “0 new call” is displayed.
1
Press Ö or Ñ to enter the Caller List.
GF
2
Press (HOLD/CLEAR).
0 new call
H=Directory
HExit
All clear
GF
3
Select “All clear” by pressing Ö or Ñ.
4
Press á (Yes key) or (HOLD/CLEAR).
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H=Yes
Exit
HAll clear
GF
H=Yes
•A beep sounds and all entries are erased.
•The handset will exit the Caller List.
All clear
Directory
You can store up to 50 names and phone numbers in the directory using
the handset. All directory items are sorted by the first word in alphabetical
order. Using the directory, you can make a call by selecting a name on
the handset display.
Storing Names and Numbers
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
Advanced Operation
(FUNCTION)
,
,
,
(OFF)
The dialing buttons can
be used to enter letters
and symbols.
(Continued →)
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Directory
1
Press (FUNCTION).
-------------HSave directory
Ringer volume
2
Press á at “Save directory”.
3
Enter a name, up to 15 characters with the
dialing buttons, Ü or á.
Enter name
•See the steps for entering names and symbols
(p. 37).
•If a name is not required, press Ö (Next key)
and go to step 5.
IH
4
Press Ö (Next key).
Enter phone no.
5
Enter a phone number, up to 22 digits.
0987654321
•Each time you press (HOLD/CLEAR), a digit is
erased. To erase all of the digits, press and
hold (HOLD/CLEAR).
IH
6
Press Ö (Next key).
7
Press á (Save key).
•The display shows the number of stored items
in the directory.
•If you want to change the storing name or
number, press Ñ (Edit key) repeatedly to
reach the desired display and change it.
•A beep sounds.
•To continue storing other items, repeat from step 2.
•To exit the programming mode, press (OFF).
Directory=
20 items
G=Next
Enter name
Tom Jones
IH
G=Next
G=Next
Tom Jones
098-765-4321
F=Edit
H=Save
Tom Jones
098-765-4321
•If a pause is required for dialing, (REDIAL/PAUSE) can be stored in a phone
number counting as one digit (p. 47) in step 5.
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (OFF).
•If the display shows “Directory full” in step 2, the display will return to step
1, press (OFF) to exit the programming mode. To erase other stored items from
the directory, see page 42.
•If an alarm tone sounds in step 7, the item cannot be stored in the directory.
Place the handset on the base unit and try again from step 1.
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FUNCTION /
2WAY REC
MUTE
OPENLCR
Entering Names and Symbols
The handset dialing buttons ((0) to (9)), Ü and
á can be used to enter letters and symbols.
The letters are printed on the dialing buttons.
Pressing each button selects a character as
shown below.
EDIT
CH
HOL
HOLD
CLEAR
SP-PHONE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TONE
0
Number of times key is pressed
1
2
3
4
5
(1)
#
&
’
(
)
(2)
a
b
c
A
B
C
2
(3)
d
e
f
D
E
F
3
(4)
g
h
i
G
H
I
4
(5)
j
k
l
J
K
L
5
(6)
m
n
o
M
N
O
6
(7)
p
q
r
s
P
Q
R
(8)
t
u
v
T
U
V
8
(9)
w
x
y
z
W
X
Y
(0)
0
Blank
Ü
To move the cursor to the left
á
To move the cursor to the right
6
REDIAL
PAUSE
7
8
9
10
11
,
–
.
/
1
S
7
Z
9
Advanced Operation
Keys
FLASH
CALL WAIT
PLAY BACK
•To enter another character using the same dialing button, press á to move the
cursor to the next space.
If you make a mistake while entering a name
Use Ü or á to move the cursor to the incorrect character, press
(HOLD/CLEAR) to delete and enter the correct character. Each time you
press (HOLD/CLEAR), a character is erased. To erase all characters,
press and hold (HOLD/CLEAR).
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Directory
For example, to enter “Tom Jones”:
1
Press (FUNCTION).
-------------HSave directory
Ringer volume
2
Press á at “Save directory”.
Directory=
20 items
Enter name
IH
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Press (8) four times.
T
Press (6) three times, then press á to
move the cursor to the right.
To
Press (6).
Tom
Press á twice to enter a blank.
Tom
Press (5) four times.
Tom J
Press (6) three times, then press á to
move the cursor to the right.
Tom Jo
Press (6) twice.
Tom Jon
Press (3) twice.
Tom Jone
Press (7) four times.
Enter name
Tom Jones
IH
When finished, press Ö (Next key).
•Follow steps 5 to 7 on page 36 to complete
the operation.
•While entering names, the cursor will flash on the display.
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G=Next
G=Next
Enter phone no.
Finding Stored Items
You can search the directory using the handset.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
1
Press Ü or á to enter the directory list.
Directory list
GF
H=Caller’s list
•You can go to the Caller List by pressing á
(p. 28).
2
Press Ö or Ñ.
,
,
,
(OFF)
•The first item is displayed.
Ann
123-456-7890
.
Scroll to the desired caller by
pressing Ö or Ñ.
•All directory items are stored in the
order shown on the right.
To search for a name by initial
# Press the dialing button for the
first letter of the desired name
until any name with the same
initial is displayed (See the
Index table on page 40).
Ex. To find “Frank”, press (3)
repeatedly until the first item
under “F” is displayed.
$ Press Ö repeatedly until the
name is displayed.
Press Ö.
Press Ñ.
Alphabet letter
Symbol (excluding # and
Number
# and
)
Advanced Operation
3
Telephone number
(If no name is stored)
•You can exit the directory list any time by pressing (OFF).
•If “No items stored” is displayed in step 2, the directory list is empty.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Directory
Index table
Keys
Index
Keys
Index
(1)
Other symbols, 1
(6)
M, N, O, 6
(2)
A, B, C, 2
(7)
P, Q, R, S, 7
(3)
D, E, F, 3
(8)
T, U, V, 8
(4)
G, H, I, 4
(9)
W, X, Y, Z, 9
(5)
J, K, L, 5
(0)
0
Dialing
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
1
Press Ü or á to enter the directory list.
2
3
Press Ö or Ñ.
4
Directory list
GF
H=Caller’s list
•The first item is displayed.
Scroll to the desired item that you want to
dial by pressing Ö or Ñ.
Frank
456-7890
•To search for the item by initial, see page 39.
•To exit the directory list, press (OFF).
Press
or
.
Ex.
•The number is dialed automatically.
was pressed.
Talk
4567890
5
To hang up, press (OFF) or place the
handset on the base unit.
•You can exit the directory list any time by pressing (OFF).
40
V.E.
Editing
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
1
2
3
Press Ü or á to enter the directory list.
Press Ö or Ñ.
•The first item is displayed.
Scroll to the directory item you want to
change by pressing Ö or Ñ, and press
á.
•To search for the item by initial, see page 39.
•If you do not need to change the name, go to
step 5.
Jane
456-7890
Enter name
Jane
IH
G=Next
Edit the name using the dialing buttons,
Ü or á (p. 37), up to 15 characters.
Enter name
Jane Walker
IH
G=Next
5
Press Ö (Next key).
4567890
6
Add a number to the current number.
IH
•If you do not need to change the number,
press Ö (Next key) and go to step 8.
•Each time you press (HOLD/CLEAR), a digit is
erased. To erase all digits, press and hold
(HOLD/CLEAR).
7
Press Ö (Next key).
8
When finished, press á (Save key).
•If you want to change the storing name or
number, press Ñ (Edit key) repeatedly to
reach the desired display and change it.
•A beep sounds.
•To continue editing other items, repeat from
step 3.
•To exit the directory list, press (OFF).
G=Next
12344567890
IH
G=Next
Jane Walker
1-234-456-7890
F=Edit
H=Save
Advanced Operation
4
Jane Walker
1-234-456-7890
•You can exit the directory mode any time by pressing (OFF).
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Directory
Erasing
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
1
2
3
4
5
Press Ü or á to enter the directory list.
Press Ö or Ñ.
•The first item is displayed.
Scroll to the directory item that you want to
erase by pressing Ö or Ñ.
Helen
1-234-567-8901
•To search for the item by initial, see page 39.
Press (HOLD/CLEAR).
•To stop erasing, press Ü (No key).
Clear?
I=No
Press á (Yes key) or (HOLD/CLEAR).
•A beep sounds and the item is erased.
•To erase other items, repeat from step 3.
•To exit the directory mode, press (OFF).
•You can exit the directory mode any time by pressing (OFF).
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H=Yes
Clear
Voice Mail Service
Voice mail service is an electronic on-line answering system offered by
your telephone company. After subscribing, the voice mail system can
answer calls automatically for you when your line is busy or if calls are not
answered, and caller can leave their messages at the voice mail box
virtually located at the telephone company. After the voice mail box has
received messages, the unit will indicate it in two ways:
(a) “Voice mail” displayed on the handset, and (b) the VM indicator on
the base unit will flash.
To use this feature, you must first store your access number.
Storing a Voice Mail Access Number
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
7
8
Press (FUNCTION).
Scroll to “Program” by pressing Ö or Ñ.
Press á.
Scroll to “Save VM acces#” by pressing
Ö or Ñ.
Ringer tone
HProgram
--------------
Set flash time
HSave VM acces#
VM tone detect
Press á.
Enter your access number, up to 32 digits.
•You may enter pauses*(see page 44).
1234567PPP890
•Each time you press
(HOLD/INTERCOM/CLEAR), a digit is erased.
To erase all digits, press and hold
(HOLD/INTERCOM/CLEAR).
IH
G=Next
Press Ö (Next key).
1234567PPP890
•If you want to edit the entered number, press
Ñ (Edit key) and return to step 6.
F=Edit
Press á (Save key).
1234567PPP890
•A beep sounds.
•To exit the programming mode, press (OFF).
Save VM access#
Advanced Operation
1
2
3
4
5
6
H=Save
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (OFF).
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Voice Mail Service
To erase a stored number
Repeat steps 1 through 5 \ Press and hold (HOLD/CLEAR) until all of the
digits are erased \ Ö (Next key) \ á (Save key).
•A beep sounds.
*For quick access to your voice mail box by using
(FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL), you may add pauses between your voice
mail box access number and your mail box password in step 6.
EX. 1-222-333-4444 PPPP 8888
Your voice mail box access number
Your mail box password
Pauses
Pressing (REDIAL/PAUSE) once creates a 3.5 seconds delay and counts as
one digit. The delay time depends on a telephone company.
Setting the Voice Mail (VM) Tone Detection
Your telephone company sends special signals (Voice mail tones) to
activate the VM indicator. Press
or
to listen to the dial tone. If
you hear a series of dial tones followed by a continuous dial tone, this is
indication that a new message was recorded. Your phone comes set to
detect these tones (set to “On”). Minutes after you hang up or after the
phone stops ringing, your unit will seize the phone line and check if a
message has been recorded. If a new message was recorded at your
telephone company, “Voice mail” will be displayed on the handset and
the base unit VM indicator will flash.
Set this programming to “Off” when:
—you do not subscribe to a voice mail service,
—your telephone company does not send a series of tones, followed by a
continuous tone, or
—your phone is connected to a business or office telephone system (PBX).
Please refer to below to set this programming to OFF.
If you are not sure which setting is required, consult your local telephone
company or contact Panasonic Customer Call Center.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
1
2
3
44
Press (FUNCTION).
Scroll to “Program” by pressing Ö or Ñ.
Press á.
Ringer tone
HProgram
--------------
4
5
6
Scroll to “VM tone detect” by pressing
Ö or Ñ.
7
Press á (Save key).
Save VM acces#
HVM tone detect
Set line mode
Press á.
Select “On” or “Off” by pressing Ö or Ñ.
•A beep sounds.
•To exit the programming mode, press (OFF).
VM tone detect
:On
GF
H=Save
VM tone detect
:Off
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (OFF).
Listening to Voice Mail Messages
After the voice mail box has received messages, the unit will indicate it in
two ways: (a) “Voice mail” displayed on the handset, and (b) the VM
indicator on the base unit will flash.
To listen to your voice mail message(s), follow the steps below.
Press (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL), and press
or
.
•The unit is connected to the telephone line and dials the access number (p. 43).
Follow the pre-recorded instructions.
When finished, press (OFF).
•If “Voice mail” still remains on the display or the VM indicator still flashes even
if you have listened to your voice mail message(s), press (FUNCTION), and
press and hold (HOLD/CLEAR) until the unit beeps.
“Voice mail” will disappear and the VM indicator will turn off.
•If your voice mail service uses a voice mail tone and the recorded message is
over 3 minutes long, “Voice mail” may not be displayed and the VM indicator
may not flash.
•If your voice mail service uses a voice mail tone, the tone will be heard from any
parallel connected phone. If you use another phone to retrieve messages, you
have to dial your access number manually.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
Advanced Operation
1
2
3
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Special Features
(FUNCTION)
(MUTE)
(OFF)
,
,
(TONE)
(HANDSET!LOCATOR)
(FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL)
(REDIAL/PAUSE)
Automatic Security Code Setting
Each time you place the handset on the base unit, the unit automatically
selects one of more than a million security codes. These codes help
prevent the unauthorized use of your telephone line by another cordless
telephone user.
Temporary Tone Dialing
(For Rotary or Pulse Service Users)
Press (TONE) before entering access numbers which require tone dialing.
•The dialing mode changes to tone. You can enter numbers to access an
answering service, electronic banking service, etc. When you hang up, the mode
will return to pulse.
Muting Your Conversation
Press (MUTE) while talking.
•The display on the right will be shown.
•The other party cannot hear your voice but you can
hear theirs.
•To release the mute, press (MUTE),
or
.
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Ex. (MUTE) was pressed.
Talk
<Mute>
V.E.
For Call Waiting Service Users
Press (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL) if you hear a call-waiting tone
while talking.
•The first call is put on hold and you can answer the second call.
•To return to the first caller, press (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL) again.
•The call waiting service cannot be used when:
—the first call is placed on hold, or
—a parallel connected telephone is in use.
•If this function does not operate properly, consult your telephone company for
details.
Call Waiting Caller ID Feature
Call Waiting Caller ID Feature allows your
handset to display the second caller’s
information. After you hear a call-waiting tone
while talking, the handset will display the caller’s
name with the phone number and
“----Waiting----”.
BROWN,NANCY
1-555-666-7777
----Waiting----
•Please contact your telephone company for details and availability in your area.
How to Use the PAUSE Button
We recommend you press (REDIAL/PAUSE) if a pause is required for
dialing with a PBX or to make a long distance call.
Ex. Line access number (9) (PBX)
(9) \ (REDIAL/PAUSE) \ Phone number
•Pressing (REDIAL/PAUSE) once creates a 3.5 second pause. This prevents
misdialing when you redial or dial a stored number.
•Pressing (REDIAL/PAUSE) more than once increases the length of the pause
between numbers.
Advanced Operation
(For Analog PBX Line/Long Distance Calls)
Handset Locator
You can locate the handset or page the handset user with beep tones
from the base unit.
1
2
Press (HANDSET!LOCATOR).
•The IN USE/CHARGE/HOLD indicator flashes. The handset beeps for 1
minute and “Paging” is displayed.
To stop paging, press (HANDSET!LOCATOR) again or press
(OFF) on the handset.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
and
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Special Features
FLASH Button
Pressing (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL) allows you to use special
features of your host PBX such as transferring an extension call or
accessing special telephone services (optional) such as call waiting.
•Pressing (FLASH/CALL!WAIT/VOICE!MAIL) causes to release following
operations:
—temporary tone dialing, or
—muting your conversation.
Selecting the flash time
The flash time depends on your telephone exchange or host PBX.
You can select the following flash times: “700, 600, 400, 300, 250, 110,
100 or 90 ms (milliseconds)”. Your phone comes from the factory set to
“700 ms”.
Make sure the unit is not being used and the handset is lifted off the
base unit.
1
2
Press (FUNCTION).
Scroll to “Program” by pressing Ö or Ñ.
Ringer tone
HProgram
--------------
3
Press á.
-------------HSet flash time
Save VM acces#
4
Press á at “Set flash time”.
5
6
Select the desired time by pressing Ö or Ñ.
•The current setting is displayed.
Flash time
:700ms
GF
H=Save
Press á (Save key) .
•A beep sounds.
•To exit the programming mode, press (OFF).
•You can exit the programming mode any time by pressing (OFF).
•If the unit is connected via a PBX, PBX functions (transferring a call etc.) might
not work correctly. Consult your PBX supplier for the correct setting.
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Belt Clip
You can hang the handset on your belt or pocket using the belt clip.
To attach the belt clip
To remove the belt clip
Optional Headset
Plugging an optional headset into the handset allows a hands-free phone
conversation. Please use only a Panasonic KX-TCA88 or KX-TCA90
headset. To order, call the accessories telephone number on page 2.
Connecting an optional headset to the handset
Open the headset jack cover, and connect an optional headset to the
headset jack as shown below.
The illustration headset
is a KX-TCA88.
Headset Jack
To switch to the speakerphone while using the headset:
Press
. To return to the headset, press
.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
Useful Information
H
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Wall Mounting
This unit can be mounted on a wall phone plate.
1
Push the hook and turn it around.
Turn the hook until a click is heard.
2
Connect the AC adaptor.
To Power
Outlet
3
Tuck the telephone line cord inside
the wall mounting adaptor, then
push it in the direction of the arrow.
•The word “UP” should face upward.
50
4
Connect the telephone line cord.
Mount the unit, then slide down.
•Raise the antenna.
•Fasten the telephone line cord to
prevent it from being disconnected.
Hooks
5
To charge the handset battery:
Fix the charge contacts (#) and insert
the hook to the handset hole ($).
•The IN USE/CHARGE/HOLD indicator
lights.
Hook
Hole
2
OR
1
Useful Information
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Battery Replacement
If “Recharge” is displayed and/or “
” flashes after a few telephone
calls even if the battery was fully charged, replace the battery with a new
Panasonic N4HKGMA00001 (P-P511) battery. To order, call the
accessories telephone number on page 2.
1
Press the notch on the
handset cover firmly and
slide it as indicated by the
arrow.
2
Remove the old battery. Insert
the new battery into the
handset as shown, matching
the correct polarity (#).
Press the battery down
until it places into the
compartment ($).
3
2
1
Close the cover. Make sure you charge the new battery for about
15 hours in order to display the battery strength prompt correctly
(p. 12).
A nickel cadmium battery that is recyclable powers the
product you have purchased. At the end of its useful life,
under various state and local laws, it is illegal to dispose of
this battery into your municipal waste stream. Please call
1-800-8-BATTERY for information on how to recycle this
battery.
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Adding Another Phone
This unit will not function during a power failure. To connect a standard
telephone on the same line, use the Panasonic T-adaptor KX-J66.
To order, call the accessories telephone number on page 2.
Standard Telephone
Single-Line
Telephone Jack
Telephone
Line Cord
T-Adaptor (KX-J66)
Useful Information
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Remedy
The unit does not work.
•Check the settings (p. 11–15).
•Charge the battery fully (p. 12).
•Clean the charge contacts and charge
again (p. 13).
•Install the battery properly (p. 12).
•Place the handset on the base unit and
unplug the AC adaptor to reset. Plug in,
and try again.
•Re-install the battery and place the
handset on the base unit (p. 52). Try
again.
“No link to base
Place on cradle and
try again.” is displayed
and an alarm tone sounds.
•You are too far from the base unit. Move
closer and try again.
•Place the handset on the base unit and
try again.
•Plug in the AC adaptor.
•Raise the base unit antenna.
Static, sound cuts in/out,
fades. Interference from
other electrical units.
•Locate the handset and the base unit
away from other electrical appliances
(p. 3).
•Move closer to the base unit.
•Raise the base unit antenna.
•Press Ü to select a clearer channel in
the talk or speakerphone mode.
The unit does not ring.
•The ringer volume is set to OFF. Set to
HIGH or LOW (p. 18).
The handset display is blank. •Charge the battery fully (p. 12).
You cannot program items,
such as the dialing mode.
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•Programming is not possible while the
unit is in the talk or speakerphone mode,
when viewing the Caller List/directory list.
•Do not pause for over 60 seconds while
programming.
•Move closer to the base unit.
•Ö, Ñ, Ü or á may have been
pressed when you picked up the
handset. Press (OFF) and try again.
Problem
Remedy
Previously programmed
information is erased.
•If a power failure occurs, programmed
information may be erased. Reprogram
if necessary.
You cannot store a name
and phone number in the
directory.
•You cannot store an item in the directory
while the unit is in the talk or speaker
mode.
•Do not pause for over 60 seconds while
storing.
While programming or
searching, the unit starts to
ring and stops the program/
search.
•To answer the call, press
or
Start again from the beginning after
hanging up.
.
The unit does not display the •You need to subscribe to a Caller ID
caller’s name and/or phone
service.
number.
•Other telephone equipment may be
interfering with your phone. Disconnect
it and try again.
•Other electrical appliances connected to
the same outlet may be interfering with
the Caller ID information.
•Telephone line noise may be affecting
the Caller ID information.
•Do not pause for over 60 seconds while
searching.
When a second call is
received during a
conversation, the unit does
not display the new caller’s
name and/or phone number.
•The line mode selection is incorrect. See
page 15.
•The caller requested not to send his/her
information. See page 27.
You cannot page the
handset.
•The handset is too far from the base unit.
•The handset is engaged in an outside
call, viewing the Caller List/directory list.
Wait until the IN USE/CHARGE/HOLD
indicator light goes out.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
Useful Information
The handset display exits
the Caller List.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Remedy
You cannot redial by
pressing (REDIAL/PAUSE).
•If the last number dialed was more than
32 digits long, the number will not be
redialed correctly.
•The button has a double function as
either redial or pause. It will redial the
last number dialed if pressed at the
outset of a call (p. 23). If another
number has been dialed first, it will
operate as a pause button (p. 47).
“Recharge” is displayed,
“
” flashes or the unit
beeps intermittently.
•Charge the battery fully (p. 12).
You charged the battery
fully, but “Recharge” is still
displayed and/or “
”
continues to flash.
•Clean the charge contacts and charge
again (p. 13).
•Install a new battery (p. 52).
The IN USE/CHARGE/HOLD •This is normal.
indicator light does not go
out after the battery has
been charged.
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You cannot have a
conversation using the
headset.
•Make sure that an optional headset is
connected properly (p. 49).
•
may have been pressed.
If “SP-phone” is displayed on the
handset, press
to continue the
conversation with the headset.
If you cannot solve your
problem
•Call our customer call center at
1-800-211-PANA(7262).
•Panasonic’s e-mail address for customer
inquiries:
consumerproducts@panasonic.com
for customers in the USA or Puerto Rico
ONLY
Important Safety Instructions
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
Useful Information
When using this unit, basic safety precautions should always be followed
to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or personal injury.
11. Read and understand all instructions.
12. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on this unit.
13. Unplug this unit from AC outlets before cleaning. Do not use liquid or
aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
14. Do not use this unit near water, for example, near a bathtub,
washbowl, kitchen sink, or the like.
15. Place this unit securely on a stable surface. Serious damage and/or
injury may result if the unit falls.
16. Do not cover slots and openings on the unit. They are provided for
ventilation and protection against overheating. Never place the unit
near radiators, or in a place where proper ventilation is not provided.
17. Use only the power source marked on the unit. If you are not sure of
the type of power supplied to your home, consult your dealer or local
power company.
18. Do not place objects on the power cord. Install the unit where no one
can step or trip on the cord.
19. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords. This can result in
the risk of fire or electric shock.
10. Never push any objects through slots in this unit. This may result in
the risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill any liquid on the unit.
11. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this unit.
Take the unit to an authorized servicenter when service is required.
Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages
or other risks. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock when
the unit is subsequently used.
12. Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer servicing to an
authorized servicenter when the following conditions occur:
A. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
B. If liquid has been spilled into the unit.
C. If the unit has been exposed to rain or water.
D. If the unit does not work normally by following the operating
instructions. Adjust only controls covered by the operating
instructions. Improper adjustment may require extensive work by
an authorized servicenter.
E. If the unit has been dropped or physically damaged.
F. If the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance.
13. During thunderstorms, avoid using telephones except cordless types.
There may be a remote risk of an electric shock from lightning.
14. Do not use this unit to report a gas leak, when in the vicinity of the
leak.
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Important Safety Instructions
CAUTION:
To reduce the risk of fire or injury to persons, read and follow these
instructions.
1. Use only the battery(ies) specified.
2. Do not dispose of the battery(ies) in a fire. They may explode. Check
with local waste management codes for special disposal instructions.
3. Do not open or mutilate the battery(ies). Released electrolyte is
corrosive and may cause burns or injury to the eyes or skin. The
electrolyte may be toxic if swallowed.
4. Exercise care in handling batteries in order not to short the battery to
conductive materials such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The battery
and/or conductor may overheat and cause burns.
5. Charge the battery(ies) provided with or identified for use with this
product only in accordance with the instructions and limitations
specified in this manual.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN OR ANY TYPE OF MOISTURE.
• The AC adaptor is used as the main disconnect device, ensure that the
AC outlet is located/installed near the unit and is easily accessible.
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FCC and Other Information
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements
adopted by the ACTA. On the bottom of this equipment is a label that contains,
among other information, a product identifier in the format US:ACJ-----.
If requested, this number must be provided to the telephone company.
Registration No. ....................................................(found on the bottom of the unit)
Ringer Equivalence No. (REN)...........................................................................0.1B
A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and
telephone network must comply with the applicable FCC Part 68 rules and
requirements adopted by the ACTA. A compliant telephone cord and modular plug
is provided with this product. It is designed to be connected to a compatible
modular jack that is also compliant.
The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to a
telephone line. Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not
ringing in response to an incoming call. In most but not all areas, the sum of RENs
should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices that may be
connected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone
company. For products approved after July 23, 2001, the REN for this product is
part of the product identifier that has the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits
represented by ## are the REN without a decimal point (e.g., 03 is a REN of 0.3).
If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company
will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be
required. But if advance notice isn’t practical, the telephone company will notify
the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a
complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations
or procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the
telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to make
necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public
utility commission, public service commission or corporation commission for
information.
If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone line,
ensure the installation of this equipment does not disable your alarm equipment. If
you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment, consult your
telephone company or a qualified installer.
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
Useful Information
If trouble is experienced with this equipment, for repair or warranty information,
please contact a Factory Servicenter or other Authorized Servicer. If the
equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may
request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved.
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FCC and Other Information
WHEN PROGRAMMING EMERGENCY NUMBERS AND(OR) MAKING TEST
CALLS TO EMERGENCY NUMBERS:
1) Remain on the line and briefly explain to the dispatcher the reason for the call.
2) Perform such activities in the off-peak hours, such as early morning or late
evenings.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this phone.
CAUTION:
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this device.
Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
—Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
—Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
—Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
—Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Some cordless telephones operate at frequencies that may cause interference to
nearby TVs and VCRs. To minimize or prevent such interference, the base of the
cordless telephone should not be placed near or on top of a TV or VCR. If
interference is experienced, move the cordless telephone further away from the
TV or VCR. This will often reduce, or eliminate, interference.
Operating near 2.4GHz electrical appliances may cause interference. Move away
from the electrical appliances and/or press the CH (Channel) button.
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CAUTION:
To comply with FCC RF exposure requirements, the base unit should be installed
with its antenna located at 20 cm or more from persons and handset should be
carried with the specific belt-clip provided for the handset to ensure compliance.
Other non-tested belt-clips or similar body-worn accessories may not comply,
therefore, should be avoided.
This equipment is hearing aid compatible as defined by the FCC in 47 CFR
Section 68.316.
When you hold the phone to your ear, noise might be heard in your Hearing Aid.
Some Hearing Aids are not adequately shielded from external RF (radio
frequency) energy. If noise occurs, use an optional headset accessory or the
speakerphone option (if applicable) when using this phone. Consult with your
audiologist or Hearing Aid manufacturer about the availability of Hearing Aids
which provide adequate shielding to RF energy commonly emitted by digital
devices.
•Environment — do not place the unit in a room where the temperature is less
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
Useful Information
than 5°C (41°F) or greater than 40°C (104°F). Allow 10 cm (4") clearance around
the unit for proper ventilation. Avoid excessive smoke, dust, mechanical
vibration, shock, or direct sunlight.
•Medical — consult the manufacturer of any personal medical devices, such as
pacemakers or hearing aids, to determine if they are adequately shielded from
external RF (radio frequency) energy. (The unit operates in the frequency range of
2402MHz to 2480MHz, and the power output level can range 0.015 watts.) Do not
use the unit in health care facilities if any regulations posted in the area instruct
you not to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that
could be sensitive to external RF (radio frequency) energy.
•Routine care — wipe the unit with a soft cloth. Do not use benzine, thinner, or
any abrasive powder. When you leave the unit unused for a long period of time,
unplug the AC adaptor from the outlet.
•If there is any trouble — disconnect the unit from the telephone line and connect
a known working phone. If the known working phone operates properly, have your
unit repaired by a Factory Servicenter or other Authorized Servicer. If the known
working phone does not operate properly, consult your telephone company.
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Specifications
■ Base unit
Power Supply:
Power Consumption:
AC Adaptor (120 V AC, 60 Hz)
Standby: Approx. 2.9 W
Maximum: Approx. 3.6 W
Frequency:
2.41 GHz – 2.48 GHz
Dimensions (H x W x D): Approx. 84 mm x 124 mm x 215 mm
(3 5⁄16" x 4 7⁄8" x 8 15⁄32")
Mass (Weight):
Approx. 280 (0.62 Ib.)
■ Handset
Power Supply:
Ni-Cd battery (3.6 V, 850 mAh)
Frequency:
2.41 GHz – 2.48 GHz
Dimensions (H x W x D): Approx. 245 mm x 55 mm x 45 mm
(9 31⁄32" x 2 5⁄32" x 1 25⁄32")
Mass (Weight):
Approx. 230 (0.51 Ib.)
Security Codes:
1,000,000
■ Dialing Mode:
Tone (DTMF)/Pulse
■ Operating Environment: 5 ˚C – 40 ˚C (41 ˚F – 104 ˚F)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
For your future reference
Serial No.
(found on the bottom of the unit)
Name and address of dealer
62
Date of purchase
Index
A
Accessories ....................................... 2
Answering Calls ............................... 26
Auto Talk Feature ...................... 17, 26
Automatic Security Code Setting...... 46
B
Backlit LCD display.......................... 25
Base Unit Location ............................ 3
Battery Charge ............................ 3, 12
Battery information........................... 13
Battery Replacement ....................... 52
Battery strength ............................... 13
Belt Clip ........................................... 49
C
Call on hold...................................... 24
Call Waiting Caller ID ...................... 47
Call Waiting Tone ............................ 47
Caller ID Number Auto Edit Feature .. 31, 32
Caller ID Service........................ 27, 47
Caller List, editing ............................ 31
Caller List, erasing........................... 34
Caller List, storing............................ 33
Caller List, viewing..................... 28, 29
Calling Back from Caller List ........... 30
D
Dialing Mode.................................... 14
Directory .......................................... 35
Directory, dialing .............................. 40
Directory, editing.............................. 41
Directory, erasing............................. 42
Directory, finding.............................. 39
Directory, name and symbols .......... 37
Directory, storing.............................. 35
Display ............................................... 8
F
FCC and Other Information ............. 59
FLASH Button.................................. 48
Flash time ........................................ 48
Function Menu ................................. 16
For assistance, please call: 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
Useful Information
H
Handset Locator ............................. 47
Headset, optional ............................ 49
Hold alarm ....................................... 24
I
Installation, AC adaptor ................... 11
Installation, Adding Another Phone .... 53
Installation, Battery ...........................12
Installation, Telephone Line Cord.... 11
L
LCD contrast.................................... 20
Lighted handset keypad ...................25
Line mode ........................................ 15
Location of Controls....................... 6, 7
M
Making Calls .............................. 21, 22
Microphone ...................................... 22
MUTE............................................... 46
N
Noise................................................. 3
P
PAUSE............................................. 47
Pulse service ................................... 46
R
Redial............................................... 23
Redial list ..........................................23
Ringer Off ........................................ 18
Ringer Tone ......................................19
Ringer Volume ................................. 18
Rotary service, Tone dialing ............ 46
S
Safety Instructions ........................... 57
Shipping product for service
...................................... Back cover
Specifications................................... 62
SP-phone......................................... 22
T
Troubleshooting ............................... 54
V
Voice Enhancer Technology.............25
VM (Voice Mail Service) ...................43
Volume control................................. 24
W
Wall Mounting ...................................50
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For product service
•Call 1-800-211-PANA(7262) for the location of an authorized servicenter.
•Panasonic’s e-mail address for customer inquiries:
consumerproducts@panasonic.com
for customers in the USA or Puerto Rico ONLY
When you ship the product
•Carefully pack your unit, preferably in the original carton.
•Attach a letter, detailing the symptom, to the outside of the carton.
Symptom
•Send the unit to an authorized servicenter, prepaid and adequately
insured.
•Do not send your unit to the Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company
listed below or to executive or regional sales offices. These locations do
not repair consumer products.
If you need assistance with the set-up or operation,
please call 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company,
Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America
One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
Panasonic Sales Company,
Division of Matsushita Electric of Puerto Rico, Inc.
Ave. 65 de Infantería, Km. 9.5, San Gabriel Industrial Park
Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985
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S0502-1072
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