GE 26939 Cordless Telephone User Manual

GE 26939 Cordless Telephone User Manual
26939
40-Channel 900 MHz Call Waiting
Caller ID Cordless Telephone with
Answerer and Speakerphone
User’s Guide
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FCC REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Your telephone equipment is registered with the Federal Communications Commission and is in compliance with
parts 15 and 68, FCC Rules and Regulations.
1 Notification to the Local Telephone Company
On the bottom of this equipment is a label indicating, among other information, the FCC Registration number
and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for the equipment. You must, upon request, provide this information to
your telephone company.
The REN is useful in determining the number of devices you may connect to your telephone line and still have
all of these devices ring when your telephone number is called. In most (but not all) areas, the sum of the
RENs of all devices connected to one line should not exceed 5. To be certain of the number of devices you may
connect to your line as determined by the REN, you should contact your local telephone company.
Notes
• This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company.
• Party lines are subject to state tariffs, and therefore, you may not be able to use your own telephone
equipment if you are on a party line. Check with your local telephone company.
• Notice must be given to the telephone company upon permanent disconnection of your telephone from
your line.
2 Rights of the Telephone Company
Should your equipment cause trouble on your line which may harm the telephone network, the telephone
company shall, where practicable, notify you that temporary discontinuance of service may be required.
Where prior notice is not practicable and the circumstances warrant such action, the telephone company may
temporarily discontinue service immediately. In case of such temporary discontinuance, the telephone
company must: (1) promptly notify you of such temporary discontinuance; (2) afford you the opportunity to
correct the situation; and (3) inform you of your right to bring a complaint to the Commission pursuant to
procedures set forth in Subpart E of Part 68, FCC Rules and Regulations.
The telephone company may make changes in its communications facilities, equipment, operations or
procedures where such action is required in the operation of its business and not inconsistent with FCC Rules
and Regulations. If these changes are expected to affect the use or performance of your telephone equipment,
the telephone company must give you adequate notice, in writing, to allow you to maintain uninterrupted
service.
INTERFERENCE INFORMATION
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.
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 (that is, the antenna for radio or television that is “receiving” the
interference).
• Reorient or relocate and increase the separation between the telecommunications equipment and receiving
antenna.
• Connect the telecommunications equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiving antenna is connected.
If these measures do not eliminate the interference, please consult your dealer or an experienced radio/television
technician for additional suggestions. Also, the Federal Communications Commission has prepared a helpful
booklet, “How To Identify and Resolve Radio/TV Interference Problems.” This booklet is available from the U.S.
Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Please specify stock number 004-000-00345-4 when
ordering copies.
HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY
This telephone system meets FCC standards for Hearing Aid Compatiblility.
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FCC NUMBER IS LOCATED ON THE CABINET BOTTOM
REN NUMBER IS LOCATED ON THE CABINET BOTTOM
INTRODUCTION
Your Caller ID phone stores and displays specific information, provided by
your local telephone company, to subscribers of Caller ID or similar caller
identification services.
CALLER ID
This feature allows you to see the number or name and number of the
person calling before you answer the phone.
CALL WAITING
This feature allows you to answer incoming calls while you are talking on
the phone.
CALL WAITING CALLER ID
Also known as Type II Caller ID, this feature allows you to see the name
and number of a call that beeps in while you are talking on the phone with
someone else.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FCC REGISTRATION INFORMATION ........... 2
INTERFERENCE INFORMATION ................... 2
HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY .................. 2
INTRODUCTION ............................................. 3
CALLER ID .......................................... 3
CALL WAITING ..................................... 3
CALL WAITING CALLER ID ..................... 3
BEFORE YOU BEGIN ...................................... 6
PARTS CHECKLIST ..................................... 6
MODULAR JACK REQUIREMENTS ................. 6
DIGITAL SECURITY SYSTEM ........................ 6
DESKTOP INSTALLATION ............................. 7
WALL MOUNT INSTALLATION ...................... 9
ANSWERING MACHINE SETUP ................... 12
VOICE INSTRUCTIONS .......................... 12
SETTING THE SPEAKER VOLUME ............ 12
SETTING THE RING SELECT ................... 13
USING TOLL SAVER ............................. 13
RECORDING THE OUTGOING
ANNOUNCEMENT ................................ 14
REVIEWING ANNOUNCEMENT ................ 15
ANSWERING MACHINE OPERATION ................ 16
MESSAGES INDICATOR ............................. 16
SCREENING CALLS FROM
THE BASE .......................................... 16
MESSAGE PLAYBACK ............................... 17
MEMORY FULL ....................................... 18
ERASING MESSAGES ............................... 18
LEAVING A MEMO .................................. 19
REMOTE ACCESS ........................................ 20
USING THE HANDSET .............................. 21
ANSWERER INDICATOR ......................... 21
SCREENING CALLS
FROM THE HANDSET ............................ 22
MEMORY FULL ....................................... 23
ACCESSING THE ANSWERER FROM
ANOTHER LOCATION ........................... 24
CHANGING THE SECURITY CODE ................ 25
SETTINGS .............................................. 26
SETTING THE DISPLAY LANGUAGE .......... 27
SETTING THE DISPLAY CONTRAST .......... 28
SETTING THE LOCAL AREA CODE ........... 29
SETTING THE CURRENT DAY/TIME .......... 30
VOLUME CONTROL ................................. 32
BASE ................................................ 32
HANDSET .......................................... 32
SPEAKERPHONE AND ANSWERING
MACHINE ...................................... 32
TELEPHONE OPERATION ............................... 33
CHARGE/IN USE INDICATOR ...................... 33
RECEIVING A CALL .............................. 33
MAKING A CALL ................................. 34
MANUAL CHANNEL SELECTION ................. 35
DURATION COUNTER ............................... 35
AUTO STANDBY ..................................... 35
RINGER VOLUME SWITCH ......................... 36
FLASH .................................................. 36
LAST NUMBER REDIAL ............................ 37
BASE UNIT ........................................ 37
HANDSET .......................................... 37
HOLD ................................................... 38
FINDING THE HANDSET ............................ 39
MUTE ................................................... 39
PRIVACY MODE ...................................... 40
ENABLING PRIVACY MODE ................... 40
DISABLING PRIVACY MODE ................... 41
TEMPORARY TONE DIALING ...................... 42
(Table of Contents continued on
the following page.)
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD, DO
NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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CAUTION:
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
THE LIGHTNING FLASH
AND ARROW HEAD
WITHIN THE TRIANGLE
IS A WARNING SIGN
ALERTING YOU OF
“DANGEROUS
VOLTAGE” INSIDE THE
PRODUCT.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
THE EXCLAMATION
POINT WITHIN THE
TRIANGLE IS A
WARNING SIGN
ALERTING YOU OF
IMPORTANT
INSTRUCTIONS
ACCOMPANYING THE
PRODUCT.
SEE MARKING ON BOTTOM / BACK OF PRODUCT
FULL DUPLEX SPEAKERPHONE OPERATION ...... 43
USING THE BASE UNIT SPEAKERPHONE ...... 43
RECEIVING A CALL WITH SPEAKERPHONE ..... 44
MAKING A CALL WITH SPEAKERPHONE ....... 45
SWITCHING BETWEEN SPEAKER AND
HANDSET .......................................... 46
INTERCOM OPERATION ................................. 47
INTERCOM CALLING ................................. 47
USING INTERCOM ................................... 47
FROM THE BASE ................................. 47
FROM THE HANDSET ............................ 48
ADVANCED INTERCOM FEATURES ............... 49
HANDLING AN INCOMING TELEPHONE
CALL DURING AN INTERCOM CALL ..... 49
USING INTERCOM WHILE YOU HAVE A
TELEPHONE CALL ............................... 50
SETTING UP A TWO-WAY INTERCOM
CONVERSATION WHILE YOU HAVE A
TELEPHONE CALL ........................... 51
AT THE BASE UNIT ............................. 52
AT THE HANDSET ................................ 52
SETTING UP A THREE-WAY
CONVERSATION USING INTERCOM ..... 52
MEMORY ................................................... 54
STORING A NAME/NUMBER IN MEMORY .... 55
INSERTING A PAUSE IN THE DIALING
SEQUENCE ........................................ 57
REVIEWING, CHANGING OR DELETING
STORED NUMBERS ............................. 57
DIALING A STORED NUMBER DURING
REVIEW ............................................. 59
DIALING A STORED NUMBER .................... 59
CHAIN DIALING FROM MEMORY ................ 61
CALLER ID OPERATION ................................ 63
RECEIVING AND STORING CALL RECORDS ... 63
REVIEWING CALL RECORDS ...................... 64
DIALING A CALLER ID NUMBER ................ 66
DELETING THE CURRENT CALLER ID
RECORD ............................................ 69
DELETING ALL CALLER ID RECORDS .......... 70
CALLER ID ERRORS ................................ 70
CALL WAITING CALLER ID ....................... 71
CHANGING THE BATTERY .............................. 72
BATTERY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............ 73
HEADSET AND BELT CLIP OPERATION ............. 74
CONNECTING A HEADSET TO THE HANDSET ... 74
CONNECTING THE BELT CLIP ..................... 74
MESSAGE INDICATORS ................................. 75
HANDSET SOUND SIGNALS .......................... 76
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ........................... 77
GENERAL PRODUCT CARE ............................ 80
CAUSES OF POOR RECEPTION ....................... 81
SERVICE .................................................... 82
INDEX ....................................................... 83
ACCESSORY ORDER FORM ........................... 85
LIMITED WARRANTY .................................... 87
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
PARTS CHECKLIST
Make sure your package includes the items shown here.
Short telephone
line cord
DIAL
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
PROGRAM
AC power supply
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
Mounting bracket
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
FLASH
2
DEF
3
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
PROG
FORMAT
6
9
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PAGE/INTERCOM
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
PQRS
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
3
6
9
ERASE
MUTE
HOLD
SPEAKER
*
TONE
CHANNEL
Base
Long telephone line
cord
Headset (optional)
0
OPER
#
ANSW
INT
FLASH
Handset
Belt clip
MODULAR JACK REQUIREMENTS
You need an RJ11 type modular jack, which is the most
common type of phone jack and might look like the one
pictured here. If you don’t have a modular jack, call your local
phone company to find out how to get one installed.
DIGITAL SECURITY SYSTEM
Your cordless phone uses a digital security system to protect against false
ringing, unauthorized access, and charges to your phone line.
When you place the handset in the base, the unit verifies its security code.
After a power outage or battery replacement, you should place the
handset in the base for about 20 seconds to reset the code.
IMPORTANT: Because cordless phones operate on electricity, you should
have at least one phone in your home that isn’t cordless, in case the power in
your home goes out.
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DESKTOP INSTALLATION
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1. Make sure the mounting bracket is securely fastened to ensure proper
charging. The words "This end up for desk use" should be near the top
or back of the unit."
2. Set the TONE/PULSE switch to TONE for touch-tone service, or PULSE
for rotary service. If you don’t know which type of service you have,
check with the phone company.
3. Set RINGER switch (on the handset) to ON.
4. Plug the power supply cord into the POWER 12V DC jack on the base
and into an AC outlet.
Installation continued on next page.
CAUTION: Use only the ATLINKS USA 5-2510 power supply that came with
this unit. Using other power supplies may damage the unit.
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5. Place handset in the base to charge for 12 hours. The CHARGE/IN USE indicator
(on the base) comes on to indicate that the battery is charging. If you don’t
charge the handset battery properly (for 12 hours) when you first set
up the phone, performance of the battery will be compromised.
6. Plug the long telephone line cord into the PHONE LINE jack on the base
and into a modular jack.
7. Raise the base antenna.
CAUTION: Use only the ATLINKS USA 5-2510 power supply that came with
this unit. Using other power supplies may damage the unit.
INSTALLATION NOTE: 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 continues, moving the cordless telephone
farther away from the TV or VCR will often reduce or eliminate the interference.
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WALL MOUNT INSTALLATION
Because it is necessary to charge the
handset for 12 hours prior to connecting
the phone for use the first time, it is better
to leave the unit on a flat surface during
initial charge before attempting to hang it
on the wall.
1. After initial charging remove the
mounting bracket; turn it upside down
and snap it back on the unit. The words
"This end up for wall use" should be
near the top of the unit.
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2. Set the TONE/PULSE switch to TONE for
touch-tone service, or PULSE for rotary
service. If you don’t know which type of
service you have, check with the phone
company.
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3. Set handset RINGER switch to ON and
base RINGER switch to HI.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
FLASH
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
1
ABC
2
DEF
4
JKL
3
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
PAUSE
REDIAL
Installation continued on next page.
REVIEW
1
4
GHI
3
7
PQRS
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
2
ABC
SKIP
3
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
JKL
TUV
6
9
0
OPER
7
PQRS
TUV
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
4
PAGE/INTERCOM
ERASE
*
TONE
GHI
0
OPER
MUTE
INT
6
9
#
HOLD
FLASH
SPEAKER
CAUTION: Use only the ATLINKS USA 5-2510 power supply that came with
this unit. Using other power supplies may damage the unit.
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4. Place the handset in the base.
5. Connect the power supply cord into the
base and the other end into an AC outlet.
The CHARGE/IN USE indicator comes on,
indicating the battery is charging.
DIAL
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMORY
FLASH
MUTE
TALK
DELETE
1
ABC
2
DEF
4
JKL
3
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
1
4
GHI
7
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
2
ABC
SKIP
4
3
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
JKL
TUV
GHI
6
9
7
PQRS
*
TONE
0
OPER
*
TONE
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
TUV
CHARGE/IN USE
PAGE/INTERCOM
ERASE
6. Remove the mounting bracket. Rotate it
so that the bottom of the phone is flat.
Reattach the wall mount bracket by
inserting the tabs into the slots on the
top of the unit first, and then snapping
the bottom tabs into place.
SAGES/CALLER
PROG
FORMAT
DIAL
PQRS
Allow the phone to charge for 12
hours before using the first time. If
you don't charge the phone properly
when you first set up the phone,
performance of the battery will be
compromised.
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
MEMO
0
OPER
MUTE
INT
6
9
#
HOLD
FLASH
SPEAKER
6
5
CAUTION: Use only the ATLINKS USA 5-2510 power supply that came with
this unit. Using other power supplies may damage the unit.
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7. Plug the short telephone line cord into
the jack marked PHONE LINE on the
back of the unit and plug the other end
into a modular wall jack.
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DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
8. Slip the mounting holes over the wall
plate posts and slide the unit down firmly
into place. (Wall plate not included.)
9. Remove the handset hook; turn it
upside down, and put it back in the slot.
You need to do this so the handset
doesn’t fall out of the base.
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
4
GHI
7
PQRS
MEMORY
2
ABC
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
JKL
TUV
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
8
10
10. Raise the base antenna.
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ANSWERING MACHINE SETUP
This section shows you how to set up your
answering machine to receive incoming
calls. Before you begin the setup, you
must turn on the answerer.
MESSAGES
indicator
ANSWER ON/
OFF button
MEMO
button
• Press the ANSWER ON/OFF button to
turn the answering machine on and off.
The MESSAGES indicator lights when
you have new messages.
DIAL
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
PROGRAM
SAGES/CALLER
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
NOTE: The LCD displays “ANS.ON” or
“ANS.OFF” to show the status of the answerer.
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
MEMO
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
VOICE INSTRUCTIONS
If you need additional assistance, press the
MEMO button when you plug in the
answerer and follow the voice instructions.
SETTING THE SPEAKER VOLUME
Use the volume slide switch to adjust the
speaker volume to a comfortable level.
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Speaker volume button
SETTING THE RING SELECT
Set the RING SELECT switch on the back of
the unit to choose the number of times you
want the phone to ring before the machine
answers the call. You can choose 2 rings, 5
rings, or TOLL SAVER.
RING SELECT switch
USING TOLL SAVER
Toll Saver can save you the cost of a call
when you access your messages from
another phone:
• If you have new messages, the unit
answers after the 2nd ring.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
• If you have no new messages, the unit
answers after the 5th ring.
You can hang up after the 3rd or 4th ring
and save the pay telephone or long
distance charge.
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RECORDING THE OUTGOING
ANNOUNCEMENT
ANNOUNCE button
For best results when recording, you
should be about 9 inches from the
microphone, and eliminate as much
background noise as possible.
DIAL
1. Make sure the answerer is ON.
2. Press and hold the ANNOUNCE button.
You need to hold the button until you
finish the announcement.
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
14
FLASH
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
4. Release the button when you finish your
announcement.
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMORY
CHARGE/IN USE
3. Begin talking after you hear the beep.
ID
MEMO
PROGRAM
If you choose not to record an outgoing
announcement, a default announcement
will play. To return to the default
announcement after you have recorded
your own outgoing announcement, press
the ANNOUNCE button and release it when
you hear the beep.
ANNOUNCE button
DIAL
Sample Outgoing Announcement
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
PROGRAM
Hi, this is (use your name here), I can't answer the
phone right now, so please leave your name, number
and a brief message after the tone, and I'll get back to
you. Thanks.
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
REVIEWING ANNOUNCEMENT
• Press and release ANNOUNCE button to
review your outgoing announcement.
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ANSWERING MACHINE OPERATION
This section discusses the buttons and
features on the answering machine.
Messages indicator
MESSAGES INDICATOR
The base LCD indicator shows you how
many messages you have. The messages
indicator will be on to indicate you have
new messages.
DIAL
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
MNO
8
WXYZ
0
OPER
MUTE
TIP: Make sure the volume on the base is set
loud enough to hear your incoming calls.
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
TALK
button
FLASH
3
DEF
5
CHARGE/IN USE
SCREENING CALLS FROM
THE BASE
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SAGES/CALLER
MEMO
PROGRAM
PQRS
You can screen incoming calls by waiting
for the caller to begin leaving a message
(to hear who it is), then pick up the handset, and press TALK to talk to the caller. The
answering machine automatically stops
recording when you activate the handset or
pick up an extension phone.
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
MESSAGE PLAYBACK
The base LCD lets you know when you
have messages. To play messages, press
PLAY/STOP.
While a message is playing, you can do
the following:
REVIEW buttons
DIAL
• Press PLAY/ STOP to stop the message
playback.
• Press and release REVIEW down arrow
button to restart the current message;
continue to press and release REVIEW
down arrow button to go to previous
messages.
• Press and release REVIEW up arrow
button to go to the next message.
• Press PLAY/ STOP to stop message
playback.
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
PLAY/STOP button
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MEMORY FULL
When the memory is full, the system
answers after 10 rings. You need to erase
some messages so the answerer can
record new messages.
DELETE button
ERASING MESSAGES
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
You can erase messages three ways: one
message at a time using the DELETE button
on the base; all previously played messages
using the DELETE button on the base; or
one message at a time using the ERASE
button (0) on the handset or a phone in
another location.
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
*
TONE
MNO
8
WXYZ
0
OPER
MUTE
• To erase all previously played messages,
press and hold the DELETE button on the
base until the unit beeps.
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
ERASE button
FLASH
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
PLAY/STOP button
FLASH
3
DEF
5
CHARGE/IN USE
PAGE/INTERCOM
• To erase a message, press PLAY/STOP on
the base and press and release DELETE
button on the base to erase the message
that is playing.
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MEMORY
• To erase a message from the handset:
1. Press ANSW button on the handset.
2. Press PLAY/STOP on the handset
(the 2 button).
3. Press ERASE on the handset (the 0
button) to erase the message that is
playing.
PLAY/STOP
button
PROG
NOTE: Erased messages cannot be restored.
Also, be careful you don't press ERASE button
as the next unheard message is playing
because that message will also be erased.
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
LEAVING A MEMO
Use the Memo feature to leave a message.
1. Press and hold the MEMO button. You
need to hold the button until you finish
the message.
2. Begin talking after you hear the beep.
3. Release the MEMO button when you
finish.
ERASE button
ANSW button
MEMO button
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
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PLAY/STOP
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SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
19
REMOTE ACCESS
This section explains two types of remote
access: using the handset to access the
answering machine and accessing the
answering machine from another phone.
The handset contains integrated buttons
that enable you access the answering
machine with the handset.
You can also access your answering
machine from any phone that is tone-dial
compatible by entering a 3-digit security
code after you hear the outgoing
announcement. A voice menu system
guides you through all of the procedures.
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USING THE HANDSET
Press the ANSW button to access the
answering machine from the handset.
After you access the answerer, use the
marked handset keys just as if you were
pressing the corresponding buttons on the
base (see "Answering Machine Operation"
for details on functions). To make it easy
for you, the functions are listed on the
handset above each number. For example,
to play messages:
PLAY/
STOP
button
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
1. Press the ANSW button.
2. Press 2 (PLAY/STOP).
3. When you are finished listening to your
messages, press ANSW again to quit, or
you may listen to the voice menu at any
time by pressing 7.
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
ANSW button
ANSWERER INDICATOR
You know the answerer is active when you
see the Answerer indicator on the handset
comes on.
21
SCREENING CALLS
FROM THE HANDSET
Use the handset to screen calls even when
you can't hear the answering machine.
When the answerer picks up:
1. Press the ANSW button to gain access to
the answering machine.
TALK
button
PROG
FORMAT
2. Listen to the caller leaving a message.
3. Press the TALK button to talk to the
person or press ANSW to stop
screening the call.
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
ANSW button
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MUTE
TALK
DIAL
INT
FLASH
MEMORY FULL
When the memory is full, the system
answers after 10 rings, beeps and waits for
the caller to enter the 3-digit security code. If
you don't enter the security code within 10
seconds after the unit beeps, the phone
hangs up.
You need to erase some of the messages in
order for the system to record new
incoming messages.
NOTE: The unit also answers after the 10th
ring if it is turned off. To access the
answerer, enter your 3-digit security code
after you hear the beep.
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ACCESSING THE ANSWERER FROM ANOTHER LOCATION
You can access your answering machine from a touch-tone phone by entering
your 3-digit security code after you hear the outgoing announcement.
1. Dial the phone number for the answering machine.
2. Enter the security code after you hear the tone.
3. Follow the voice menu to use the answerer's remote functions.
The remote feature enables you to perform the following functions:
To
Review message
Play back messages
Stop message playback
Erase message
Skip message
Turn off/on answerer
Review voice menu options
Press this Button
1
2
2
0 (during message playback)
3
4
7
TIP: You can bypass the outgoing announcement by pressing any numbered
key on the keypad while the announcement is playing. Then, you can enter
your security code to access the answering machine.
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CHANGING THE SECURITY CODE
The default security code for accessing the
answerer from another location is 1 2 3.
You must use the handset to change the
security code. With the phone off, follow
these steps:
1. Press ANSW (the ANSWER indicator
comes on).
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
2. Press TONE (*).
REVIEW
3. Enter 3 numbers to be used as the new
security code.
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
4. Press TONE (*) again. You will hear a new
security code.
5. Press "ANSW" again to confirm the new
security code.
MEM
CHANNEL
TONE button
INT
FLASH
ANSW button
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SETTINGS
REVIEW buttons
Four basic user-programmable features are
set and stored in the phone system's Prog
menu by pressing the PROG on the handset
(PROGRAM on the base) and REVIEW
buttons and viewing the display.
DIAL
Of these settings, language and local area
code can also be set on the cordless handset.
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
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PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
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SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
Language. Choices: English, Spanish,
French. (Default = English)
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
6
9
CHARGE/IN USE
Display Contrast. Choices: 1[Low], 2 [Med],
3 [High]. (Default = Med)
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
ABC
#
0
OPER
MUTE
HOLD
SPEAKER
Local Area Code. (you set)
PROGRAM button
Set Day (Current Day and Time will be
announced)
Current Day/Time. (you set, or it is
automatically set during the first Caller
ID call)
PROG
button
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
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INT
FLASH
SETTING THE DISPLAY LANGUAGE
1. Press and release PROG on the handset
or (PROGRAM on the base) until SET
LANGUAGE shows on the display.
REVIEW buttons
2. Press REVIEW repeatedly until desired
language is displayed.
3. Press and release PROG or (PROGRAM
on the base) again to store the
language setting.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
6
9
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
ABC
#
0
OPER
MUTE
HOLD
SPEAKER
PROGRAM button
PROG
button
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
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SETTING THE DISPLAY CONTRAST
REVIEW buttons
NOTE: This setting is for the base only.
1. Press and release PROGRAM until SET
CONTRAST shows on the display.
2. Press REVIEW repeatedly until desired
contrast level is displayed.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
3. Press and release PROGRAM again to
store the new contrast level.
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
6
9
CHARGE/IN USE
NOTE: You can press PROG or (PROGRAM
on the base) to go on to the next feature at
any time. To exit the menu, press PROG or
(PROGRAM on the base) repeatedly.
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
ABC
#
0
OPER
MUTE
HOLD
SPEAKER
PROGRAM button
PROG
button
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
28
INT
FLASH
SETTING THE LOCAL AREA CODE
1. Press and release PROG or (PROGRAM
on the base) until SET AREA CODE
shows on the display.
2. Press a numeric key to enter the first
digit of your local area code.
3. Press a numeric key to enter the second
digit of your local area code.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
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PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
4. Press a numeric key to enter the third
digit of your local area code.
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
2
JKL
7
TUV
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
6
9
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
ABC
4
GHI
PQRS
5. Press and release PROG or (PROGRAM
on the base) again to store your local
area code in memory.
MEMORY
#
0
OPER
MUTE
HOLD
SPEAKER
PROGRAM button
NOTE: You can press PROG to go on to
the next feature at any time. To exit the
menu, press PROG or (PROGRAM on the
base) repeatedly.
NOTE: To clear the local area code, press
and release PROG or (PROGRAM on the
base), until SET AREA CODE is displayed.
Then enter "000". Press PROG or
(PROGRAM on the base) again to confirm.
PROG
button
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
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SETTING THE CURRENT DAY/TIME
REVIEW buttons
NOTES: This setting is for the base only.
Time is transmitted automatically by your
local phone company as part of Caller ID
service. If you have subscribed to Caller ID,
the current time will be set automatically
when your first CID call is received.
Otherwise, you can set the time manually.
DIAL
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
2. Use REVIEW or down arrow button to
select current day.
3. Press the PROGRAM button again and
SET TIME shows on the display.
4. Press a numeric key to enter the first
digit of the hour.
30
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
1. Press and release PROGRAM key until
SET DAY shows on the display.
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
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5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
PROGRAM button
5. Press a numeric key to enter the second
digit of the hour.
REVIEW buttons
6. Press a numeric key to enter the first
digit of the minute.
7. Press a numeric key to enter the second
digit of the minute.
8. Use REVIEW up or down arrow button to
select AM or PM.
9. Press and release PROGRAM again to
store the new day/time. A new day/time
will be announced.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
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FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
NOTE: You can press and release PROGRAM
to review the settings. To exit, press
PROGRAM until you have exited the menu.
PROGRAM button
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VOLUME CONTROL
BASE
Base unit reciever volumes are adjustable by
sliding the volume control on the base unit.
HANDSET
DIAL
Cordless handset receiver volume is
adjusted for four volume levels by pressing
the CID REVIEW/VOLUME buttons on the
cordless handset. Each press of the CID
REVIEW/VOLUME buttons adjusts the
receiver volume by one level. When the
maximum or minimum volume level is
reached, the phone beeps twice.
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
*
TONE
FLASH
3
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
PAGE/INTERCOM
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
VOLUME control
SPEAKERPHONE AND ANSWERING
MACHINE
Speakerphone and answering Machine
volume is adjusted by the slide control
located on the right side of the base unit.
CID
REVIEW/
VOLUME
buttons
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
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SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
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FORMAT
INT
FLASH
TELEPHONE OPERATION
CHARGE/IN USE INDICATOR
You know the phone is on when you see
the CHARGE/IN USE indicator on the base
comes on.
RECEIVING A CALL
Check the display to see who is calling.
Using the Handset — To answer a call you
must press the TALK button on the handset.
The CHARGE/IN USE indicator on the base
comes on whenever the cordless handset is
on. When finished, press TALK to hang up.
TALK
button
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
Using the Base — Press the SPEAKER
button.
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
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FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
CHARGE/IN USE
indicator
SPEAKER button
33
MAKING A CALL
From the Cordless Handset — Press the
TALK button. Wait for a dial tone. Dial
desired number.
Using the Base — Press the SPEAKER
button. Wait for a dial tone. Dial desired
number.
TALK
button
PROG
FORMAT
IMPORTANT: Because cordless phones
operate on electricity, you should have at least
one phone in your home that isn’t cordless, in
case the power in your home goes out.
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
CHARGE/IN USE
indicator
34
SPEAKER button
MANUAL CHANNEL SELECTION
While talking, you might need to manually
change the channel in order to reduce static
caused by baby monitors, garage door
openers, or other cordless phones. Press
and release the CHANNEL button to
advance to the next clear channel.
PROG
DURATION COUNTER
FORMAT
AUTO STANDBY
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
After you press TALK on the handset (or
SPEAKER button on the base), the built-in
call duration counter shows on the display
and begins counting the length of time of
the call.
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
CHANNEL button
Placing the handset in the cradle while the
handset is off the hook automatically hangs
up the handset.
35
RINGER VOLUME SWITCH
Cordless Handset — A two-position switch
permits the cordless handset ringer to be
turned off or on.
Base Unit — A three-position switch
permits the base unit ringer volume to be
set to HI, LO, or OFF.
PROG
The appropriate ringer switch must be on
for the cordless handset or base unit to ring
during incoming calls.
FLASH
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
RINGER
switch
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
Use the FLASH button to activate custom
calling services such as call waiting or call
transfer, which are available through your
local phone company.
FLASH
FLASH button
TIP: Don’t use the TALK button on the cordless
handset to activate custom calling service such as
call waiting, or you’ll hang up the phone.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
Ringer volume switch
36
FLASH button
LAST NUMBER REDIAL
To redial the last number you dialed:
BASE UNIT
1. Press SPEAKER button.
2. Press the REDIAL button.
If you get a busy signal, and want to keep
dialing the number, hang up the base unit.
Then, repeat steps 1 and 2.
REDIAL
button
TALK
button
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
HANDSET
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
1. Press TALK button.
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
2. Press the REDIAL button – wait for dial
tone.
If you get a busy signal, and want to keep
dialing the number, press TALK to turn off the
cordless handset. Then, repeat steps 1 and 2.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
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FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
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SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
REDIAL button
SPEAKER button
37
HOLD
Press the HOLD button to put a call on hold.
The HOLD indicator will blink at halfsecond intervals.
To take a call off hold, press the HOLD
button again and the HOLD indicator will
turn off.
TALK
button
PROG
FORMAT
• To switch a call on hold from the base
to the cordless handset, press TALK on
the handset.
If the call is resumed from a non-system
phone at a separate extension, the system
will release the line to the non-system
phone, and the HOLD indicator will turn off.
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
HOLD indicator
38
HOLD button
FINDING THE HANDSET
This feature helps to locate a misplaced
handset.
Press and release the PAGE button on the
base. The display shows PAGING. The
handset beeps continuously and displays
PAGE YOU for about 2 minutes or until you
press INT or TALK on the handset or PAGE
on the base.
NOTE: You can still page the handset with
the ringer off.
MUTE
button
TALK
button
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
MUTE
To prevent the person you are speaking to
from hearing you while on a call, press the
MUTE button on the handset or (MUTE on
the base). MUTE shows in the display. The
MUTE indicator on the base comes on
when using the base. Press MUTE again to
cancel.
INT button
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
PAGE button
MUTE button
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PRIVACY MODE
Privacy mode allows an initial user (at
handset or base) to prevent anyone from
interrupting the conversation by picking up
the line. During Privacy mode, if a second
user attempts to pick up the line, a warning
tone will sound, signifying that the line is
already in use and prevents the second
user from connecting to the conversation.
FORMAT
button
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
ENABLING PRIVACY MODE
While in talk mode, press and hold the
FORMAT button for more than 2 seconds
until you hear a tone. Then press “#”. A
confirmation tone sounds from the
handset, and PRIVACY ENABLE shows on
the display.
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
FORMAT button
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
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FLASH
DISABLING PRIVACY MODE
• Hang up the phone. Privacy Mode is
automatically canceled.
• During a call, press and hold the
FORMAT button for more than 2 seconds
until you hear a tone. Then press “*”. A
confirmation tone comes from the
handset, and PRIVACY DISABLE appears
on the display.
FORMAT
button
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
FORMAT button
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
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TEMPORARY TONE DIALING
This feature is useful only if you do not
have touch-tone service. Temporary Tone
Dialing enables pulse (rotary) service
phone users to access touch-tone services
offered by banks, credit card companies,
etc. If the TONE/PULSE switch is set to
PULSE, you can press the TONE button to
temporarily make the phone touch-tone
compatible. To get information about your
bank account, for example, you would:
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
1. Call the bank’s information line.
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
2. Press the TONE key, denoted with (*) on
the keypad, when your call is answered.
3. Follow the voice menu instructions to get
the information. When you hang up, the
phone goes back to pulse (rotary) service.
TONE button
TONE/PULSE switch
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
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FLASH
FULL DUPLEX SPEAKERPHONE OPERATION
USING THE BASE UNIT
SPEAKERPHONE
For best speakerphone performance, avoid
the following:
• Areas with high background noise. (The
microphone might pick up these sounds.)
• Surfaces affected by vibration.
• Recessed areas such as in a corner,
under a cupboard, or next to a cabinet,
which can generate an echo effect.
NOTE: To maximize speakerphone volume,
remove the handset from the cradle.
NOTE: The speakerphone will reach full
duplex performance shortly after the line
is established.
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Because this is a full-duplex speakerphone,
you can hear and talk at the same time just
as you can when using the handset.
Note the following guidelines when you use
the speakerphone.
• Stay reasonably close to the phone so
that you can be clearly heard by the
person to whom you are speaking.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
• The SPEAKER indicator is on when the
speakerphone is in use.
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
2
ABC
JKL
7
TUV
*
TONE
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PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
1. When the phone rings, press and release
the SPEAKER button on the base unit and
talk normally into the built-in microphone
at a minimum distance of 8-9 inches.
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMORY
4
GHI
PQRS
RECEIVING A CALL WITH
SPEAKERPHONE
ID
MEMO
PROGRAM
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
SPEAKER indicator SPEAKER button
2. Adjust speakerphone volume by sliding
the VOLUME control on the right side of
the base unit.
3. To end the call, press the SPEAKER
button again.
MAKING A CALL WITH
SPEAKERPHONE
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
PROGRAM
1. Press and release the SPEAKER button
on the base unit and wait for a dial tone.
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
*
TONE
3. When the party answers, adjust
speakerphone volume by sliding the
VOLUME control on the right side of the
base unit.
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMORY
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
2. Dial the number (using a memory dial
number, if desired.) The number you
dialed shows on the display.
ID
MEMO
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
SPEAKER button
VOLUME control
4. To end the call, press the SPEAKER
button again.
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SWITCHING BETWEEN SPEAKER
AND HANDSET
You can switch between speakerphone and
either handset after dialing a number, or
any time during a conversation.
Speaker to Handset — Press TALK on
handset, then press SPEAKER.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
Handset to Speaker — Press SPEAKER,
then hang up the handset.
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
*
TONE
MNO
8
WXYZ
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
SPEAKER button
FLASH
3
DEF
5
CHARGE/IN USE
PAGE/INTERCOM
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ID
MEMO
PROGRAM
INTERCOM OPERATION
INTERCOM CALLING
The intercom feature of your phone system
allows you to have an unlimited-duration,
two-way conversation between the
cordless handset and the base unit without
tying up the telephone line. Since the
telephone line is not being used, you can
still receive incoming calls.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
USING INTERCOM
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
FROM THE BASE
1. Make sure the phone is OFF.
PAGE/INTERCOM button
2. Press PAGE/INTERCOM. A paging tone
sounds at the handset and base. (To cancel
intercom, press PAGE/INTERCOM again.)
3. Wait for the person with the handset to
press the INT button.
4. When finished, press PAGE/INTERCOM
on the base to deactivate the intercom.
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
INT button
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FROM THE HANDSET
1. Make sure the phone is OFF.
2. Press the INT button. A paging tone
sounds at the base and handset. (To
cancel intercom, press INT again.)
3. Wait for the person near the base to
press the PAGE/INTERCOM button.
PROG
4. When finished, press INT on the cordless
handset to deactivate the intercom.
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
INT button
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
PAGE/INTERCOM button
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FLASH
DEF
ADVANCED INTERCOM
FEATURES
HANDLING AN INCOMING TELEPHONE
CALL DURING AN INTERCOM CALL
During an intercom call, if a telephone call
comes in, both users are alerted as follows:
TALK
button
PROG
Cordless Handset: Receives a ringing tone.
To take the call, press TALK. (The intercom
connection is discontinued.)
Base Unit: Speaker rings and the CHARGE/
IN USE indicator blinks. To take the line,
press SPEAKER button.
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
IN USE indicator
SPEAKER button
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USING INTERCOM WHILE YOU
HAVE A TELEPHONE CALL
During a telephone call, you can use the
Intercom Paging function to page the other
unit and set up a private (2-way) intercom
conversation with another user, meanwhile
placing the telephone call on hold. Or, you
can create a 3-way conversation between
the telephone caller, the base unit, and the
cordless handset. You can also transfer the
telephone call to the opposite unit.
NOTE: Before intercom paging the other
unit, you must decide whether you want to
create a 2-way conversation or a 3-way
conversation. To set up a 2-way
conversation, your unit must be in Privacy
mode when you intercom page the other
unit in order for the external caller to
remain on hold and be unable to hear the
resulting intercom conversation.
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SETTING UP A TWO-WAY INTERCOM
CONVERSATION WHILE YOU HAVE A
TELEPHONE CALL
Place your unit in Privacy mode.
To Enable Privacy Mode - While in TALK
mode, press and hold the FORMAT button
for more than 2 seconds until you hear a
tone. Then press “#”. A confirmation tone
will sound in the receiver, and PRIVACY
ENABLE shows on the display.
FORMAT
button
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
The external caller is placed on hold. At
the base, the PAGE/INTERCOM indicator
blinks and a paging tone sounds for 2
minutes at both units. PAGING is
displayed on the originating unit and
PAGE YOU on the other unit.
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
1. Press the PAGE/INTERCOM on the base
or INT button on the handset where the
outside call is in progress.
TALK
button
PROG
FORMAT
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
INT
CHANNEL
FLASH
INT button
FORMAT button
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
2. To answer the intercom page:
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
0
OPER
MUTE
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
PAGE/INTERCOM button
PAGE/INTERCOM indicator
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AT THE BASE UNIT
• Press the PAGE/INTERCOM button.
AT THE HANDSET
• Press the INT button. Both users can now
talk privately in Intercom mode.
SETTING UP A THREE-WAY
CONVERSATION USING INTERCOM
Make sure your unit is NOT in Privacy Mode.
FORMAT
button
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
To Disable Privacy Mode - While in TALK
mode, press and hold the FORMAT button
for more than 2 seconds until you hear a
tone. Then press “*”. A confirmation tone
will sound in the receiver, and PRIVACY
DISABLE is displayed. The display will
return to "Privacy Off" when the unit
hangs up the line.
TALK
button
PROG
FORMAT
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
INT button
FORMAT button
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
0
OPER
MUTE
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
PAGE/INTERCOM button
PAGE/INTERCOM indicator
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1. Press the PAGE/INTERCOM on the base
or INT button on the handset where the
outside call is in progress.
The external caller is placed on hold. At
the base the PAGE/INTERCOM indicator
blinks, and a paging tone sounds for 2
minutes at both units. PAGING is
displayed on the originating unit and
PAGE YOU on the other unit.
TALK
button
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
2. If the originating unit is the handset:
press the base SPEAKER button. Threeway conversation begins.
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
3. If the originating unit is the base unit:
Three-way conversation automatically
begins when TALK is pressed on the
cordless handset.
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
PAGE/
INTERCOM
indicator
SPEAKER
button
PAGE/
INTERCOM
button
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MEMORY
The handset and base each have their own
separate memory dialing storage areas. Ten
15-character names and 24-digit telephone
numbers can be stored in the cordless
handset memory. Ten 15-character names
and 24-digit telephone numbers can be
stored in the base memory.
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STORING A NAME/NUMBER IN
MEMORY
1. Press the MEM or MEMORY button.
2. Press button of desired memory
location (0 through 9). Current stored
name/number appears on the display. If
the location is empty, EMPTY appears
on the display.
PROG
FORMAT
MEM
button
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
3. Press MEM or MEMORY again. The
display shows ENTER NAME.
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
4. Use the keypad to store a name (up to 15
characters.) More than one letter is
stored in each of the number keys. For
example, to enter Joe Smith, press 5 for
J; press 6 three times for O, press 3 two
times for E; press 1 to enter a space
before you start entering the last name;
press 7 four times for S; press 6 for M;
press 4 three times for I; press 8 for T;
and press 4 two times for H.
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
NOTE: If you don’t want to enter the name,
skip step 4.
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
MEMORY button
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If you’re using two letters consecutively
that are stored in the same number key,
you must press FORMAT between the
letters. For example, if you enter Barb,
press 2 two times for B; press FORMAT;
press 2 for A; 7 three times for R; and 2 two
times for B. You need to press FORMAT
between the B and the A since they are
stored within the same number key.
FORMAT
button
PROG
FORMAT
MEM
button
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
5. Press MEM or MEMORY again. The
display shows ENTER TEL NUMBER.
6. Use the keypad to enter the number you
want to store (up to 24 digits.)
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
7. Press MEM or MEMORY again to store
the number.
FORMAT button
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
MEMORY button
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INSERTING A PAUSE IN THE
DIALING SEQUENCE
Press the PAUSE button to insert a delay in
the dialing sequence of a stored telephone
number when a pause is needed to wait for
a dial tone (for example, after you dial 9 for
an outside line, or wait for a computer
access tone.) Each pause counts as 1 digit
in the dialing sequence.
REVIEWING, CHANGING OR
DELETING STORED NUMBERS
To Review: press MEM or MEMORY, then
press the CID REVIEW buttons (or
memory location number) or REVIEW up
or down arrow buttons to scroll through
the stored numbers.
VOLUME/
CID
REVIEW
buttons
PROG
FORMAT
MEM
button
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
PAUSE
button
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
INT
CHANNEL
FLASH
REVIEW buttons
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
MEMORY button
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To Change: Use the same procedure to
change a stored number as you do to store
a number—you’re just replacing one stored
phone number with a different one.
To Delete: Press MEM or MEMORY, then
press the CID REVIEW buttons or REVIEW
up or down arrow buttons to scroll to a
desired entry.
VOLUME/
CID
REVIEW
buttons
PROG
FORMAT
1. While the entry is displayed, press
DELETE to mark the entry for deletion.
The display shows ERASE MEMO?
NOTE: If you don’t want to change or
delete a number, simply wait a few seconds
for the unit to exit Review mode.
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2. Press DELETE a second time to delete
the entry. DELETED is displayed.
MEM
button
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
INT
CHANNEL
FLASH
REVIEW buttons
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
MEMORY button
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DIALING A STORED NUMBER
DURING REVIEW
While reviewing stored numbers, you can
dial any stored number by pressing DIAL.
NOTE: If you don’t want to dial a number,
simply wait a few seconds for the unit to exit
the review mode.
PROG
FORMAT
REDIAL
DIAL
button
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
Handset:
Make sure the phone is ON.
DELETE
PAUSE
REVIEW
DIALING A STORED NUMBER
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
PQRS
MEM
button
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
1. Press MEM.
2. Press the number (0-9) for the desired
memory location. The number dials
automatically.
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Base Unit:
Press the SPEAKER button.
1. Press MEMORY.
2. Press the number (0-9) for the desired
memory location. The number dials
automatically.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
SPEAKER button
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MEMORY button
CHAIN DIALING FROM MEMORY
Use this feature to make calls that require a sequence of numbers, such as
a calling card number used for a frequently called long distance number.
The following example shows how you can store each part of the long
dialing sequence and use chain dialing to make a call through a long
distance service:
The Number For
Memory Location
Long Distance Access Number
7
Authorization Code
8
Frequently called long distance number
9
Handset:
Make sure the phone is ON.
1. Press MEM and then press 7.
2. When you hear the access tone, press
MEM and then press 8.
3. At the next access tone, press MEM and
then 9.
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
MEM
button
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
0
OPER
#
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
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Base Unit:
Press the SPEAKER button.
1. Press MEMORY and then press 7.
2. When you hear the access tone, press
MEMORY and then press 8.
3. At the next access tone, press MEMORY
and then 9.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
TIP: Wait for the access tones before
pressing the next memory button or your
call might not go through.
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
SPEAKER button
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MEMORY button
CALLER ID OPERATION
This Caller ID telephone system receives and displays information
transmitted by your local telephone company. This information can include
the phone number, date and time; or the name, phone number, and date
and time.
RECEIVING AND STORING CALL RECORDS
When you receive a call, the information is transmitted by the phone
company to your Caller ID telephone between the first and second ring.
The Caller ID information appears on the display for ten seconds while the
phone rings, giving you a chance to monitor the information and decide
whether or not to answer the ringing call.
If you are not at home or cannot answer, the telephone stores the
information so that you can see who called while you were unavailable.
Caller ID memory automatically stores the call number, date, time, phone
number and name, for the last 40 calls. If Caller ID memory is full, a new
call automatically replaces the oldest call in memory.
At any time, you can review the stored information for the last 40 calls.
Any calls received since your last review are marked as NEW in the
display, to remind you to review them.
Time
Date
AM
PM
New/Repeat
NEW CALL #
REPT MEMO
Call/Memory
Call sequence number
Caller ID phone number
Caller ID name
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REVIEWING CALL RECORDS
As calls are received and stored, the display
is updated to let you know how many calls
have been received.
• Press the CID REVIEW or REVIEW up
arrow button to begin with the oldest call
and scroll toward more recent calls
(higher numbers.) When you reach the
newest call, the display shows
START/END.
VOLUME/
CID
REVIEW
buttons
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
• Press the CID REVIEW or REVIEW down
arrow button to begin with the newest
call and scroll toward older calls (lower
numbers.) When you reach the oldest
call, the display shows START/END.
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
INT
CHANNEL
FLASH
REVIEW buttons
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
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FLASH
3
DEF
As you review calls, the display shows you
the following information for each call:
• The telephone number of the caller.
• The number of the call, with regard to
the order received.
• The name of the caller, if this service is
available in your area.
NOTE: If a name is received which exceeds
15 characters, the extra characters are
displayed for 3 seconds.
• Time and date the call was received.
• NEW appears for all calls that have not
been previously reviewed.
NOTE: Check with your local phone
company regarding name service availability.
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DIALING A CALLER ID
NUMBER
When reviewing any call record in the
Caller ID memory, you can dial back the
caller’s number.
1. Press CID REVIEW or REVIEW up or
down arrow buttons until the desired call
record is displayed.
FORMAT
button
VOLUME/
CID
REVIEW
buttons
PROG
FORMAT
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
Depending on (a) how the incoming
caller’s phone number was formatted
when it was received, and (b) whether or
not you previously pre-programmed
your local Area Code into memory, you
may need to adjust the format of the
incoming caller’s stored phone number
before dialing it back.
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
INT
CHANNEL
FLASH
REVIEW buttons
The FORMAT button lets you change the
format of the displayed number.
Available formats include:
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
3
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
FORMAT button
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Number of digits
Eleven digits
Ten digits
Seven digits
Explanation
Example
long distance code “1”
+ 3-digit area code
+ 7-digit telephone number.
1-317-888-8888
3-digit area code +
7-digit telephone number.
317-888-8888
7-digit telephone number.
888-8888
NOTE: If the phone company does not supply all ten digits of an incoming
caller’s number, you will not be allowed to adjust the format of that number.
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Scroll to the number you want to call back:
2. If using base: press the REVIEW up or
down arrow buttons.
3. If using cordless handset: use the CID
REVIEW buttons.
4. If the number will not dial as shown,
press the FORMAT button. Repeat if
necessary, until the correct number of
digits are shown.
5. Press DIAL. The number dials
automatically.
FORMAT
button
VOLUME/
CID
REVIEW
buttons
TALK
button
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
NOTE: If you find it necessary to dial all
local calls with the area codes included press
and hold PROG until AREA CODE appears,
then enter “000.”
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
REVIEW buttons
NOTE: To abort Caller ID Number
Dialback, press TALK on the handset or
SPEAKER on the base.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
JKL
7
TUV
PQRS
*
TONE
FLASH
3
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
PAGE/INTERCOM
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
SPEAKER button
68
2
ABC
4
GHI
NOTE: If the number is corrupted, such as a
number in a name or an alphabetical
character in a number, an error tone comes
from the cordless handset and the number
won't dial.
MEMORY
FORMAT button
DELETING THE CURRENT
CALLER ID RECORD
To delete only the record in the display:
1. Use the CID REVIEW or REVIEW up or
down arrow buttons to display the
desired Caller ID record.
2. Press DELETE. The display asks DELETE
CALL ID? for several seconds.
3. Press DELETE again, within ten seconds,
to erase the record.
VOLUME/
CID
REVIEW
buttons
DELETE
button
PROG
FORMAT
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
The display shows DELETED, confirming
the deletion.
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
REVIEW buttons
DELETE button
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
DEF
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
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DELETING ALL CALLER ID
RECORDS
To delete all the Caller ID records in memory:
1. Use the CID REVIEW or REVIEW up or
down arrow buttons to display any Caller
ID record.
2. Press and hold DELETE. The display asks
DELETE ALL? for several seconds.
3. Press DELETE again, within ten seconds,
to erase all records.
VOLUME/
CID
REVIEW
buttons
DELETE
button
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CALLER ID ERRORS
If there is an error in the transmission of
information to your Caller ID phone,
ERROR shows in the display.
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
REVIEW buttons
DELETE button
If you have not subscribed to Caller ID
service or it is not working, NO DATA
shows in the display.
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
1
MEMORY
2
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
0
OPER
MUTE
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
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FLASH
3
DEF
CALL WAITING CALLER ID
This feature allows the caller identification
information to appear in the display after
you hear the tone.
Press FLASH to put the person you’re
talking to on hold and answer the incoming
call. Press FLASH again when you want to
return to the first call.
PROG
FORMAT
MUTE
TALK
DIAL
DELETE
PAUSE
REDIAL
REVIEW
IMPORTANT: In order to use this unit, you
must subscribe to either the standard
Name/Number Caller ID Service or Caller
ID with Call Waiting Service. To know who is
calling while you are on the phone, you
must subscribe to Caller ID with Call
Waiting Service.
MEM
Y/STOP
PLA
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
SKIP
2
DEF
5
MNO
3
8
WXYZ
6
FLASH
button
9
ERASE
*
TONE
#
0
OPER
ANSW
CHANNEL
INT
FLASH
FLASH button
DIAL
SSAGES ANNOUNCE DELETE
ME
FORMAT
PLAY/STOP
R E VIE W
MES
SAGES/CALLER
ID
ANSWER
ON/OFF
MEMO
PROGRAM
REDIAL/
PAUSE
MEMORY
1
ABC
4
JKL
7
TUV
GHI
PQRS
2
5
MNO
8
WXYZ
CHARGE/IN USE
*
TONE
PAGE/INTERCOM
FLASH
DEF
0
OPER
MUTE
3
6
9
#
HOLD
SPEAKER
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CHANGING THE BATTERY
Make sure the telephone is OFF before you
replace battery.
1. Remove the battery compartment door.
2. Disconnect the battery plug and remove
the battery pack from the handset.
3. Insert the new battery pack and
reconnect the battery plug.
4. Put the battery compartment door back on.
5. Place handset in the base to charge. If
you don’t charge the handset battery
properly (for 12 hours) when you first set
up the phone and/or when you install a
new battery pack, the battery’s longterm performance will be compromised.
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BATTERY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
• Do not burn, disassemble, mutilate, or puncture. Like other batteries of
this type, toxic materials could be released which can cause injury.
• To reduce the risk of fire or personal injury, use only the battery listed in
the User’s Guide.
• Keep batteries out of the reach of children.
• Remove batteries if storing over 30 days.
RB
RBR
C
RC
Ni-Cd
NOTE: The RBRC seal on the battery used in your product
indicates that ATLINKS USA, Inc. is participating in a program
to collect and recycle Nickel Cadmium batteries throughout the
United States of America. Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for
information or contact your local recycling center.
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HEADSET AND BELT CLIP OPERATION
CONNECTING A HEADSET TO
THE HANDSET
For hands free conversation, connect the
headset (optional) to the HEADSET jack as
shown. The handset receiver and
microphone are disabled when the headset
is connected.
Handset
jack
HEADSET
Adjust the headset to rest comfortably on
top of your head and over your ear. Move
the microphone to approximately 2 to 3
inches from your mouth.
Headset
plug
• Press the TALK button to answer or place
a call before using the headset.
CONNECTING THE BELT CLIP
There are two slots, one on each side of the
handset.
• Attach the belt clip by inserting the sides
of the belt clip into the slots. Snap the
ends of the belt clip into place.
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Slot for
belt clip
Slot for
belt clip
MESSAGE INDICATORS
The following indicators show the status of a message or of the unit.
ERROR
Caller information has been interrupted during transmission
or the phone is excessively noisy.
ENTER NAME
Prompt telling you to enter the name in one of the 10
memory locations.
DELETE ALL?
Prompt asking if you want to erase all Caller ID records.
DELETE CALL ID?
Prompt asking if you want to erase the
current Caller ID record that is shown on the display.
ERASE MEMO?
Prompt asking if you want to erase one of the 10 numbers
stored in the phone's outgoing memory.
START/END
Indicates that there is no additional information in Caller ID
memory.
NEW
Indicates call or calls have not been reviewed.
UNKNOWN CALL
The incoming call is from an area not serviced by Caller ID or
the information was not sent
PAGING
Someone has pressed the PAGE button on the base or
handset.
BLOCKED NUMBER
The person is calling from a number that has been blocked
from transmission.
REPT
Repeat call message. Indicates that a new call from the same
number was received more than once.
NO DATA
No Caller ID information was received.
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HANDSET SOUND SIGNALS
Signal
Meaning
A long warbling tone (with ringer on)
Three short beeps for 2 minutes
One long beep
One short beep (several times)
Signals an incoming call
Page signal
Out of range
Low battery warning
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
TELEPHONE
Problem
Solution
No dial tone
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Check installation:
— Is the base power cord connected to a working outlet?
— Is the telephone line cord connected to the base unit
and the wall jack?
Connect another phone to the same jack; the problem
might be your wiring or local service.
Is the cordless handset out of range of the base?
Make sure the battery is properly charged (12 hours).
Is the battery pack installed correctly?
Did the handset beep when you pressed the TALK button?
Did the CHARGE/IN USE indicator come on? The battery
may need to be charged.
Charge the handset for at least 20 seconds.
Dial tone is OK,
but can’t dial out
•
Make sure the TONE/PULSE switch on the base is
correctly set .
Handset/Base does
not ring
•
Make sure the handset RINGER switch is turned to ON and
the base RINGER switch is turned to HI.
Move closer to the base. The handset may be out of range.
You may have too many extension phones on your line. Try
unplugging some phones.
Check for dial tone.
•
•
•
You experience static,
noise, or fading in and out
•
•
•
•
Change channels.
Move closer to base (cordless handset might be out of
range).
Does the base need to be relocated? Make sure base is not
plugged into an outlet with another household appliance.
Charge battery.
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Problem
Solution
Unit beeps
•
•
•
•
Memory Dialing
doesn't work
Unit locks up and no
communication between
the base and cordless
handset
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•
Place the handset in the cradle and charge the handset for
20 seconds. If it still beeps, charge battery for 12 hours.
Clean charging contacts on cordless handset and charger
with a soft cloth, or an eraser.
See solutions for “No dial tone.”
Replace battery.
•
Did you program the memory location keys
correctly?
Did you follow proper dialing sequence?
•
See "Changing the Security Code".
CALLER ID
Problem
Solution
No Display
• Is battery fully charged? Try replacing the battery.
• Make sure that the unit is connected to a non-switched
electrical outlet. Disconnect the AC power supply from the
base and reconnect it.
Caller ID Error Message
• The unit displays this message if it detects anything other
than valid Caller ID information during the silent period
after the first ring. This message indicates the presence of
noise on the line.
No Caller ID
• Did you order Caller ID service from your phone
company?
BATTERY
If you experience any of the following problems, even after fully recharging the battery, you may
need to replace the battery pack:
• Short talk time
• Poor sound quality
• Limited range
• IN USE indicator fails to light
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GENERAL PRODUCT CARE
To keep your telephone working and looking good, follow these guidelines:
• Avoid putting the phone near heating appliances and devices that
generate electrical noise (for example, motors or fluorescent lamps).
• DO NOT expose to direct sunlight or moisture.
• Avoid dropping the handset, as well as other rough treatment to the
phone.
• Clean the phone with a soft cloth.
• Never use a strong cleaning agent or abrasive powder because this will
damage the finish.
• Retain the original packaging in case you need to ship the phone at a
later date.
• Periodically clean the charge contacts on the handset and base with a
clean pencil eraser.
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CAUSES OF POOR RECEPTION
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Aluminum siding.
Foil backing on insulation.
Heating ducts and other metal construction that can shield radio signals.
You’re too close to appliances such as microwaves, stoves,
computers, etc.
Atmospheric conditions, such as strong storms.
Base is installed in the basement or lower floor of the house.
Base is plugged into AC outlet with other electronic devices.
Baby monitor is using the same frequency.
Handset battery is low.
You’re out of range of the base.
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SERVICE
FCC requires this product to be serviced only by the manufacturer or its
authorized service agents. In accordance with FCC requirements, changes
or modifications not expressly approved by ATLINKS USA, Inc. could void
the user’s authority to operate this product. For instructions on how to
obtain service, call Consumer Information, 1-800-448-0329.
Or refer inquiries to:
ATLINKS USA, Inc.
Manager, Consumer Relations
P O Box 1976
Indianapolis, IN 46206
Attach your sales receipt to the booklet for future reference or jot down the
date this product was purchased or received as a gift. This information will
be valuable if service should be required during the warranty period.
Purchase date _____________
Name of store _____________________
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INDEX
A
Accessing the Answerer from Another
Location 24
Accessory Order Form 85
Advanced Intercom Features 49
Answerer Indicator 21
Answering Machine Operation 16
Answering Machine Setup 12
Auto Standby 35
B
Base 32
Base Unit 37
Battery Safety Precautions 73
Before You Begin 6
C
Call Waiting 3
Call Waiting Caller ID 3, 71
Caller ID 3
Caller ID Errors 70
Caller ID Operation 63
Causes of Poor Reception 81
Chain Dialing from Memory 61
Changing the Battery 72
Changing the Security Code 25
Charge/In Use Indicator 33
Connecting a Headset to the Handset 74
Connecting the Belt Clip 74
D
Deleting All Caller ID Records 70
Deleting the Current Caller ID Record 69
Desktop Installation 7
Dialing a Caller ID Number 66
Dialing a Stored Number 59
Dialing a Stored Number During Review 59
Digital Security System 6
Disabling Privacy Mode 41
Duration Counter 35
E
Enabling Privacy Mode 40
Erasing Messages 18
F
FCC Registration Information 2
Finding the Handset 39
Flash 36
From the Base 47
From the Handset 48
Full Duplex Speakerphone Operation 43
G
General Product Care 80
H
Handling an Incoming Telephone Call
during an Intercom Call 49
Handset 32
Handset Sound Signals 76
Headset and Belt Clip Operation 74
Hearing Aid Compatibility 2
Hold 38
I
Inserting a Pause in the Dialing
Sequence 57
Intercom Calling 47
Intercom Operation 47
Interference Information 2
Introduction 3
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L
Last Number Redial 37
Leaving a Memo 19
Limited Warranty 87
M
Making a Call 34
Making a Call with Speakerphone 45
Manual Channel Selection 35
Memory 54
Memory Full 18, 23
Message Indicators 75
Message Playback 17
Messages Indicator 16
Modular Jack Requirements 6
Mute 39
P
Parts Checklist 6
Privacy Mode 40
R
Receiving a Call 33
Receiving a Call with Speakerphone 44
Receiving and Storing Call Records 63
Recording the Outgoing Announcement 14
Remote Access 20
Reviewing Announcement 15
Reviewing Call Records 64
Reviewing, Changing or Deleting Stored
Numbers 57
Ringer Volume Switch 36
Setting the Current Day/Time 30
Setting the Display Contrast 28
Setting the Display Language 27
Setting the Local Area Code 29
Setting the Ring Select 13
Setting the Speaker Volume 12
Setting Up a Three-Way Conversation Using
Intercom 52
Setting Up a Two-Way Intercom
Conversation While You Have a
Telephone Call 51
Settings 26
Speakerphone and Answering Machine 32
Storing a Name/Number in Memory 55
Switching between Speaker and
Handset 46
T
Telephone Operation 33
Temporary Tone Dialing 42
Troubleshooting Guide 77
U
Using Intercom 47
Using Intercom While You Have a
Telephone Call 50
Using the Base Unit Speakerphone 43
Using the Handset 21
Using Toll Saver 13
V
Voice Instructions 12
Volume Control 32
S
W
Sample Outgoing Announcement 15
Screening Calls from the Base 16
Screening Calls from the Handset 22
Service 82
Wall Mount Installation 9
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85
5-2510
5-2537
5-2425
5-2459
PRICE*
$18.35
$8.75
$36.35
$11.90
QUANTITY
Sales Tax........................................................$_______________
Daytime Phone Number (
)_______________________________
City ________________________State________ ZIP_________________
Address_____________________________________ Apt.____________
Name_______________________________________________________
Ronks, PA 17573-8419
P.O. Box 8419
Mail Order Department
Thomson multimedia Inc.
Mail order form and money order or check (in U.S. currency)
made payable to Thomson mulitmedia Inc. to:
Total Amount Enclosed.................................$_______________
$5.00
Shipping/Handling....................................... $_______________
Use VISA or Master Card or Discover preferably. Money order or check must be in U.S.
currency only. No COD or Cash. All accessories are subject to availability. Where
applicable, we will ship a superseding model.
We are required by law to collect the appropriate sales tax for each individual state,
county, and locality to which the merchandise is being sent. Duties will apply for
shipments to Canada.
Please make sure that this form has been filled out completely.
Authorized Signature
____________________________________________________________________
My card expires:
Copy the number above your
name on the Master Card
Copy your complete account number from your
Master Card or Discover.
My card expires:
Copy your complete account number from your VISA card.
*Prices are subject to change without notice.
Total Merchandise.........................................$_______________
TOTAL
For credit card purchases
✂
Your complete charge card number, its expiration date and your
signature are necessary to process all charge card orders.
To order, call 1-800-338-0376 ( for accessories only) or complete this form.
Belt Clip
Headset
Replacement Handset Battery
CATALOG NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
AC power adapter
ACCESSORY ORDER FORM
CUSTOMER: CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
What your warranty covers:
• Any defect in materials or workmanship.
For how long after your purchase:
• One year, from date of purchase.
(The warranty period for rental units begins with the first rental or 45 days from date of shipment to the rental firm,
whichever comes first.)
What we will do:
•
Provide you with a new or, at our option, a refurbished unit.
•
The exchange unit is under warranty for the remainder of the original product’s warranty period.
How to make a warranty claim:
• Properly pack your unit. Include any cables, etc., which were originally provided with the product. We recommend
using the original carton and packing materials.
•
”Proof of purchase in the form of a bill of sale or receipted invoice which is evidence that the product is within the warranty
period, must be presented to obtain warranty service.” Also print your name and address and a description of the defect.
Send via standard UPS or its equivalent to:
ATLINKS USA, Inc. c/o Thomson multimedia Inc.
11721 B Alameda Ave.
Socorro, Texas 79927
• Pay any charges billed to you by the Exchange Center for service not covered by the warranty.
• Insure your shipment for loss or damage. Thomson multimedia Inc. accepts no liability in case of damage or loss en
route to ATLINKS USA, Inc..
• A new or refurbished unit will be shipped to you freight prepaid.
What your warranty does not cover:
• Customer instruction. (Your Owner’s Manual provides information regarding operating instructions and user controls.
Any additional information, should be obtained from your dealer.)
• Installation and setup service adjustments.
• Batteries.
• Damage from misuse or neglect.
• Products which have been modified or incorporated into other products.
• Products purchased or serviced outside the USA.
• Acts of nature, such as but not limited to lightning damage.
Product Registration:
•
Please complete and mail the Product Registration Card packed with your unit. It will make it easier to contact, you
should it ever be necessary. The return of the card is not required for warranty coverage.
Limitation of Warranty:
•
THE WARRANTY STATED ABOVE IS THE ONLY WARRANTY APPLICABLE TO THIS PRODUCT. ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE) ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED. NO VERBAL OR WRITTEN INFORMATION GIVEN BY ATLINKS USA, INC., IT’S
AGENTS, OR EMPLOYEES SHALL CREATE A GUARANTY OR IN ANY WAY INCREASE THE SCOPE OF THIS WARRANTY.
•
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE CONSUMER.
ATLINKS USA, INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE
USE OF THIS PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS
PRODUCT. THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITED WARRANTY ARE GOVERNED BY THE LAWS OF THE
STATE OF INDIANA. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT IS LIMITED TO THE APPLICABLE
WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE.
How state law relates to this warranty:
•
Some states do not allow the exclusion no limitation of incidental or consequential damage, or limitation on how long
an implied warranty lasts so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
• This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.
If you purchased your product outside the USA:
• This warranty does not apply. Contact your dealer for warranty information.
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Model 26939
15670500 (Rev. 2 E)
01-24
Printed in China
ATLINKS USA, Inc.
10330 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46290
© 2001 ATLINKS USA, Inc.
Trademark(s) ® Registered
Marca(s) Registrada(s)
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