GE 21095GE2 Cordless Phone

GE 21095GE2 Cordless Phone
21095
2.4 GHz Digital Cordless Handset
Speakerphone/Answering System
with Call Waiting Caller ID
User’s Guide
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EQUIPMENT APPROVAL INFORMATION
Your telephone equipment is approved for connection to the Public Switched Telephone Network and is in compliance with parts 15 and 68, FCC
Rules and Regulations and the Technical Requirements for Telephone Terminal Equipment published by ACTA.
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Notification to the Local Telephone Company
On the bottom of this equipment is a label indicating, among other information, the US 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.
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. See installation instructions for details.
Notes
• This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company.
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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.
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Notice must be given to the telephone company upon permanent disconnection of your telephone from your line.
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If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone line, ensure the installation of this product does not
disable your alarm equipment. If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment, consult your telephone company or a
qualified installer.
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 004-00000345-4 when ordering copies.
FCC RF RADIATION EXPOSURE STATEMENT
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and
operated with a minimum distance of 20 centimeters between the radiator and your body. This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY (HAC)
This telephone system meets FCC standards for Hearing Aid Compatibility.
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US NUMBER IS LOCATED ON THE CABINET BOTTOM
REN NUMBER IS LOCATED ON THE CABINET BOTTOM
TABLE OF CONTENTS
EQUIPMENT APPROVAL INFORMATION ........ 2
INTERFERENCE INFORMATION ................... 2
FCC RF RADIATION EXPOSURE
STATEMENT .................................. 2
HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY (HAC) ........ 2
INTRODUCTION ..................................... 5
HANDSET AND BASE LAYOUT .................. 7
BEFORE YOU BEGIN .............................. 8
PARTS CHECKLIST ............................. 8
TELEPHONE JACK REQUIREMENTS ........ 8
DIGITAL SECURITY SYSTEM ................. 8
INSTALLATION ....................................... 9
IMPORTANT INSTALLATION
GUIDELINES ..................................... 9
INSTALLING THE PHONE ........................ 10
WALL MOUNTING THE BASE .............. 11
TELEPHONE SETUP .............................. 12
PROGRAMMING THE BASE ................. 12
LANGUAGE ..................................... 12
DISPLAY CONTRAST ......................... 12
ANSWERER ON/OFF ........................ 13
RING TO ANSWER ............................ 13
SECURITY CODE .............................. 14
ANNOUNCEMENT ............................. 14
RECORDING THE OUTGOING
ANNOUNCEMENT ............................. 14
REVIEWING THE
ANNOUNCEMENT .................. 15
RINGER TONE ................................. 16
TONE/PULSE ..................................
SET DAY .......................................
SET TIME .......................................
AREA CODE ...................................
DEFAULT ........................................
PROGRAMMING THE HANDSET ...........
LANGUAGE .....................................
HANDSET NAME .............................
AREA CODE ...................................
RINGER TONE .................................
REGISTRATION ................................
DEREGISTRATION .............................
DEFAULT ........................................
CORDLESS PHONE BASICS ....................
SPEAKERPHONE ..............................
CHARGE INDICATOR .........................
MAKING A CALL WITH THE HANDSET ...
MAKING A CALL WITH THE
SPEAKERPHONE ....................
ANSWERING A CALL WITH THE
HANDSET .......................................
ANSWERING A CALL WITH THE
SPEAKERPHONE ....................
CALL TIMER ....................................
AUTO STANDBY ..............................
RINGER VOLUME CONTROL ...............
HANDSET ...............................
BASE ............................................
CALL WAITING ................................
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CAUTION:
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING: TO
PREVENT FIRE OR
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
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
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FLASH ...........................................
LAST NUMBER REDIAL .....................
EXIT .............................................
PAGING .........................................
TRANSFERRING CALLS ......................
MUTE ...........................................
TEMPORARY TONE DIALING ...............
CORDLESS HANDSET VOLUME
CONTROL ............................
SPEAKERPHONE/ANSWERING
SYSTEM VOLUME CONTROL ...
INTERCOM ......................................
MAKING AN INTERCOM CALL .............
RECEIVING AN INTERCOM CALL ...
RECEIVING AN EXTERNAL TELEPHONE
CALL DURING AN INTERCOM CALL .....
USING INTERCOM OR
CONFERENCE WITH
EXTERNAL CALLS .................
MEMORY ...........................................
STORING A NAME AND NUMBER IN
MEMORY .......................................
STORING A REDIAL NUMBER .............
INSERTING A PAUSE IN THE DIALING
SEQUENCE .....................................
REVIEWING, CHANGING OR DELETING
STORED NUMBERS ..........................
TO REVIEW: ............................
TO CHANGE: ...........................
TO DELETE: ............................
DIALING A STORED NUMBER WITH THE
HANDSET .......................................
DIALING A STORED NUMBER
WITH THE BASE ....................
CHAIN DIALING FROM MEMORY .........
CALLER ID (CID) ...............................
RECEIVING AND STORING CID
RECORDS .......................................
REVIEWING CID RECORDS ................
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TRANSFERRING CID RECORDS TO
MEMORY .......................................
DIALING A CID NUMBER ..................
DELETING THE CID RECORD
SHOWING IN THE DISPLAY .................
DELETING ALL CID RECORDS ...........
CID ERRORS ..................................
ANSWERING SYSTEM OPERATION ..........
STANDBY DISPLAY ...........................
SPEAKER VOLUME ...........................
SCREENING CALLS AT THE BASE .........
MESSAGE PLAYBACK .......................
ERASING MESSAGES .......................
MEMO ..........................................
REMOTE ACCESS .............................
ACCESSING THE ANSWERING
SYSTEM WITH THE CORDLESS
HANDSET ............................
SCREENING CALLS WITH THE
CORDLESS HANDSET .............
ACCESSING THE ANSWERING SYSTEM
FROM ANOTHER LOCATION ................
MEMORY FULL ...............................
REPLACING THE BATTERY ......................
BATTERY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .........
HEADSET AND BELT CLIP INSTALLATION ..
CONNECTING AN OPTIONAL HEADSET
TO THE HANDSET .............................
CONNECTING THE BELT CLIP ..............
DISPLAY MESSAGES ............................
HANDSET SOUND SIGNALS ..................
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ...................
GENERAL PRODUCT CARE ....................
CAUSES OF POOR RECEPTION ...............
INDEX ...............................................
SERVICE ............................................
ACCESSORY ORDER FORM ...................
LIMITED WARRANTY ............................
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INTRODUCTION
CAUTION: When using telephone equipment, there are basic safety
instructions that should always be followed. Refer to the IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS provided with this product and save them for
future reference.
Congratulations on purchasing this GE cordless telephone/answering
system with Call Waiting Caller ID. This telephone has been designed to be
simple to use, however, you can reach its full potential more quickly by
taking a few minutes to read this instruction book. This telephone is a
multifunction product for use with Call Waiting and Caller ID services
available from your local telephone company.
Your Caller ID Call Waiting phone allows you to:
• view the name and telephone number of a caller while you are on the
phone (Call Waiting Caller ID).
• identify callers before you answer the phone.
• view the time and date of each incoming call.
• record up to 40 Caller ID messages sequentially in each handset and
the base.
• know who called while you are on the other line or when you
were away.
• screen unwanted calls, eliminate harassment from annoying calls, or to
get prepared before answering a call.
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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.
IMPORTANT: In order to use all of the features of this telephone, you must
subscribe to two separate services available from your local telephone
company: the standard Name/Number Caller ID Service to know who is
calling when the phone rings and Caller ID with Call Waiting Service to know
who is calling while you are on the phone.
INSTALLATION NOTE: Some cordless telephones operate at frequencies
that may cause interference to nearby TVs, microwave ovens, 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, microwave ovens, or VCR. If such
interference continues, move the cordless telephone farther away from these
appliances. Certain other communications devices may also use the 2.4 GHz
frequency for communication, and, if not properly set, these devices may
interfere with each other and/or your new telephone. Typical devices that may
use the 2.4 GHz frequency for communication include wireless audio/video
senders, wireless computer networks, multi-handset cordless telephone
systems, and some long-range cordless telephone systems.
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HANDSET AND BASE LAYOUT
mute/program button
Display
mem (memory) button
format/conference button
exit/answerer button
call b
ack
exit/
answer
mem
conference
format
ci
redial
page
ringer
v
flash
d el e
in
t
redial button
CID/vol buttons
v
l
vo
d/
talk
e
mute/
progra
m
talk/callback button
1
2 abc 3 def
4 ghi
5 jkl
t
flash/delete button
6 mno
7 pqrs 8 tuv 9 wxyz
* tone 0 oper # pause
page/int button
ringer button
# pause button
* tone button
MEM (memory) button
MUTE/program button
memo button
Display
EXIT button
play/stop button
ringer button
redial button
memo
play/stop
MUTE/
program
g
rin
al
di
conf
es
1
2 abc
3 def
4 ghi
5 jkl
6 mno
7 pqrs
8 tuv
9 wxyz
0 oper
# pause
volume
v
charge/
VMWI
* tone
c
page/int.
charge/in
use indicator
d
e n ce
ag
v
ele
er
C I D / m es s
flas
er
or m
at
v
volume
buttons
EXIT
MEM
re
h
v
f
CID/
message
buttons
Back Side
flash/delete
button
te
format/
conf. button
ck
lba
al
speaker
# pause button
page/int button
speaker/callback button
* tone button
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
PARTS CHECKLIST
Make sure your package includes the items shown here.
memo
play/stop
MEM
EXIT
flas
al
di
at
f
g
rin
conf
d
ele
te
er
mute/
program
es
e n ce
ag
v
h
or m
er
re
v
1
2 abc
3 def
4 ghi
5 jkl
6 mno
7 pqrs
8 tuv
9 wxyz
* tone
0 oper
# pause
call b
ack
exit/
answer
mem
conference
format
v
l
vo
d/
v
ci
talk
volume
redial
page
ringer
flash
e
MUTE/
progra
m
v
C I D / m es s
d el e
in
t
v
charge/
VMWI
c
page/int.
1
2 abc 3 def
4 ghi
5 jkl
7 pqrs 8 tuv 9 wxyz
ck
lba
al
speaker
*
Base
Telephone line cord
t
6 mno
Mounting pedestal
tone
0
oper
# pause
Handset
Battery
compartment
cover
Belt clip
Battery pack
AC power supply
TELEPHONE JACK REQUIREMENTS
To use this phone, you need an RJ11C type modular
telephone jack, which might look like the one pictured
here, installed in your home. If you don’t have a
modular jack, call your local phone company to find out
how to get one installed.
Wall plate
Modular
telephone
line jack
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 30 seconds to reset the code.
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INSTALLATION
• Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
• Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is
specifically designed for wet locations.
• Never touch non-insulated telephone wires or terminals, unless the
telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface.
• Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
• Temporarily disconnect any equipment connected to the phone such as
faxes, other phones, or modems.
IMPORTANT INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
• Install telephone near both a telephone (modular) jack and an electrical
power outlet.
• Avoid sources of noise, such as a window by a busy street, and electrical
noise, such motors, microwave ovens, and fluorescent lighting.
• Avoid heat sources, such as heating air ducts, heating appliances,
radiators, and direct sunlight.
• Avoid areas of excessive moisture or extremely low temperature.
• Avoid dusty locations.
• Avoid other cordless telephones or personal computers.
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INSTALLING THE PHONE
1. Choose an area near an electrical outlet and telephone wall jack (RJ11C).
2. Plug the AC power supply into the electrical outlet and the DC connector
into the power jack on the back of the base.
CAUTION: Use only the ATLINKS USA, Inc. power supply 5-2605
(black) or 5-2606 (white) that came with this unit. Using other power
supplies may damage the unit.
3. Install the handset battery.
NOTE: You must connect the handset battery before use.
• Push down on the top of the battery compartment cover (located on
the back of the handset) and slide the cover off.
• Lift the battery pack and connect it's plug to the jack inside the
compartment.
BATTERY
BLACK WIRE
PRESS DOWN
FIRMLY
RED WIRE
NOTE: It is important to maintain the polarity (black and red wires) to the
jack inside the compartment as shown in the illustration.
• Slide the battery compartment cover back into place.
4. Connect the telephone line cord by plugging one end of the telephone
line cord into the jack on the back of the base and other end into a
telephone wall jack.
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NOTE: One base can support up to four handsets.
5. Place the handset in the base cradle. The charge indicator turns on to
indicate the battery is charging.
6. Allow the handset to charge on a flat surface, such as a desk or table
top, for 16 hours prior to first use. If you don't properly charge the
phone, battery performance is compromised.
WALL MOUNTING THE BASE
NOTE: For best results, leave the base on a flat surface during initial charging
before you hang it on the wall.
1. Turn the base over.
2. Attach the wall mounting pedestal by first inserting the tabs on the open
edge of the pedestal into the slots on the lower portion of the bottom of
the base. Then push down and snap the pedestal into place.
3. Slip the mounting holes (on the back of the pedestal) over the wall plate
posts and slide the unit down into place. (Wall plate not included.)
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TELEPHONE SETUP
PROGRAMMING THE BASE
There are 12 programmable menus on base: LANGUAGE, CONTRAST,
ANSWERER ON/OFF, RING TO ANSWER, SECURITY CODE,
ANNOUNCEMENT, RING TONE, TONE/PULSE, DAY, TIME, AREA CODE and
DEFAULT SETTING.
NOTE: During programming, you may press the MUTE/program button at
any time to go to the next option. To exit the menu, press the MUTE/
program button, or press the EXIT button to keep the previous setting.
LANGUAGE
1. Make sure your phone is OFF (not in talk mode);
2. Press the MUTE/program button until SET LANGUAGE 1ENG 2FRA
3ESP shows on the display.
3. Use touch-tone pad to select 1ENG, 2FRA , 3ESP, or use the CID/
messages ( or ) button to scroll to 1ENG, 2FRA, or 3ESP. ENG
(English) is the default setting.
SET LANGUAGE
1 ENG 2 FRA 3 ESP
4. Press the MUTE/program button to save, SET CONTRAST 123 shows in
the display.
SET CONTRAST
1 23
DISPLAY CONTRAST
1. Use the touch-tone pad on your base to select 1, 2, or 3, or use the CID/
messages ( or ) button to scroll to 1, 2, or 3. Contrast level 1 is the
default setting.
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2. Press the MUTE/program button to save, and SET ANSWERER 1ON
2OFF shows in the display.
SET ANSWERER
1 ON 2 OFF
ANSWERER ON/OFF
1. Use the CID/messages ( or ) button to scroll to 1ON or 2OFF, or use
the touch-tone pad to scroll to 1ON or 2OFF. The default setting is ON.
2. Press the MUTE/program button again to save, and you will hear a
confirmation tone (If you made a change, the unit announces the new
choice). Then RING TO ANSWER shows in the display.
RINGS TO ANSWER
3 4 5 6
RING TO ANSWER
You may set the number of times you want the phone to ring before the
answering system answers a call.
1. Use the CID/messages ( or ) button to scroll to 3, 4, 5, or 6, or use
the touch-tone pad to select 3, 4, 5, or 6. For example, press the 5 key to
choose RING SELECT 5.
2. Press the MUTE/program button to save. You will hear a confirmation
tone, and SECURITY CODE 1 2 3 shows in the display.
SECURITY CODE
1 2 3
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SECURITY CODE
You can access the answering system from a tone dialing telephone in
another (remote) location. The security code is required for remote access,
and it prevents unauthorized access to your answering system. You may
only change the security code at the base.
1. Use the touch-tone pad to enter your new 3-digit security code. For
example, press the 6, 2, and 8 number keys for security code 628. The
default security code is 123.
SECURITY CODE
628
NOTE: If you want to re-enter the security code, enter the numbers again and
press the MUTE/program button. The new numbers replace the old numbers.
NOTE: Press the EXIT button to keep the current security code and return to
the standby mode.
2. Press the MUTE/program button. You will hear a confirmation tone, and
the new security code shows in the display, followed by
ANNOUNCEMENT DEFAULT.
ANNOUNCEMENT
RECORDING THE OUTGOING ANNOUNCEMENT
The outgoing announcement is heard by the caller when the answering
system answers the call. The default announcement is: "PLEASE LEAVE
YOUR MESSAGE AFTER THE TONE." You may, however, choose to record
a personal outgoing announcement.
For best results when recording a personal announcement, you should
be about nine inches from the microphone and try to eliminate as much
background noise as possible.
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Sample Outgoing Announcement
"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."
NOTE: You have up to two minutes to record a personal outgoing
announcement.
NOTE: If you choose not to record a personal announcement, the system
uses the default announcement.
REVIEWING THE ANNOUNCEMENT
1. Press the MUTE/program button until ANNOUNCEMENT shows in
the display.
2. Press CID/message ( or ) to select CURRENT.
3. Press the MUTE/program button, and the outgoing
announcement plays.
1. Use the CID/messages ( or ) button to scroll to NEW, CURRENT or
DEFAULT. The default setting is DEFAULT.
2. Press and hold the MUTE/program button.
• If you select NEW, ANNOUNCEMENT RECORDING shows in
the display.
Begin speaking after you hear the beep, and release the MUTE/program
button when finished recording. ANNOUNCEMENT PLAYING shows in the
display and your recorded greeting plays back.
• If you select DEFAULT/CURRENT, ANNOUNCEMENT PLAYING shows
in the display and the default greeting plays.
3. Press the MUTE/program button to save, and SET RINGER TONE 1 2 3 4
5 6 shows in the display.
SET RINGER TONE
123456
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RINGER TONE
You may choose from six different ringer tones.
1. Use the touch-tone pad to select 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or use the CID/messages
( or ) button to scroll to your selection. The ringer tone plays. The
default setting is 1.
2. Press the MUTE/program button to save, and SET TONE/PULSE 1TONE
2PULSE shows in the display.
SET TONE/PULSE
1 TONE 2 PULSE
TONE/PULSE
Most telephone systems use tone dialing, however, some may still use
pulse dialing. Depending on your telephone system, set the dialing mode
as follows:
1. Use the touch-tone pad to select 1TONE or 2PULSE, or press the CID/
messages ( or ) button to scroll to 1TONE or 2PULSE. The default
setting is 1.
2. Press the MUTE/program button to save, and. SET DAY SU M T W H F S
shows in the display.
SET DATE
SU M T W H F S
NOTE: If you aren’t sure which dialing system you have, set the telephone to
tone dialing and make a test call. If the call connects, the setting is correct. If
the call does not connect, set the telephone to pulse dialing.
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SET DAY
NOTE: If you want to keep the current date, press the EXIT button when the
display shows SET DAY SU M T W H F S.
1. Press the CID/messages ( or ) to scroll to the day.
2. Press the MUTE/program button to save, and SET TIME shows in
the display.
SET TIME
12 : 00 AM
PM
SET TIME
NOTE: Time or day is automatically transmitted by your local phone company
as part of Caller ID service. If you subscribe to Caller ID service, the current
time is set automatically when you receive your first CID record. Or, you can
set the time manually.
1. Use the touch-tone pad to enter the current time. The cursor
automatically moves to the AM field. Use the CID/messages ( or )
button to move the arrow to PM, if necessary.
2. Press the MUTE/program button to save, and SET AREA CODE shows in
the display.
SET AREA CODE
--NOTE: If you want to keep the current time, press the EXIT button when the
display shows - - : - - AM PM.
AREA CODE
If you enter a 3-digit area code in the area code menu, your local area code
will not appear in Caller ID messages you receive. Instead, you will see
only the local seven digit number. Calls you receive from outside your
local area code display as the full ten-digit number.
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1. Use the touch-tone pad to enter your three digit area code.
2. Press the MUTE/program button to save, and DEFAULT SETTING 1YES
2NO shows in the display.
DEFAULT SETTING
1 YES 2NO
DEFAULT
As you become familiar with this system, you may prefer to use the
system’s original settings. Follow the steps to return to the factory settings.
1. Use the touch-tone pad to select 1YES or 2NO, or press the CID/ messages
( or ) button to scroll to 1YES or 2NO. The default setting is NO.
• If you select YES, all settings in the programmable menu on the base
return to the factory default settings.
• If you select NO, your programmed setting are retained.
2. Press the MUTE/program button to save, and the display returns to the
main menu.
PROGRAMMING THE HANDSET
There are seven programmable menus on handset: LANGUAGE,
HANDSET NAME, AREA CODE, RING TONE, REGISTRATION,
DEREGISTRATION and DEFAULT SETTING.
NOTE: You can press the mute/program button at any time to go to the next
option. To exit the menu, press the mute/program button or press the exit/
answerer button to keep the previous setting.
LANGUAGE
1. Make sure your handset is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the mute/program button until SET LANGUAGE 1ENG 2FRA 3ESP
shows on the display.
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3. Use touch-tone pad to select 1ENG, 2FRA , 3ESP, or use the CID/vol (
or ) button to scroll to 1ENG, 2FRA, or 3ESP. ENG (English) is the
default setting.
4. Press the mute/program button to save, and HANDSET NAME shows in
the display.
HANDSET NAME
HANDSET NAME
1. Use the touch-tone pad to enter the handset name.
More than one letter is stored in each of the number keys. For example, to
enter the name Bill Smith, press the 2 key twice for the letter B. Briefly
pause and the cursor moves to the next field. Press the 4 key 3 times for
the letter I. Briefly pause and the cursor moves to the next field. Press the
5 key 3 times for the letter L. Briefly pause and the cursor moves to the
next field. Press the 5 key 3 times for the second letter L, press 1 key to
add a space. Press the 7 key 4 times for the letter S. Briefly pause and the
cursor moves to the next field. Press the 6 key once for the letter M. Briefly
pause and the cursor moves to the next field. Press the 4 key 3 times for
the letter I. Briefly pause and the cursor moves to the next field. Press the
8 key for the letter T. Briefly pause and the cursor moves to the next field.
Press the 4 key twice for the letter H.
NOTE: If you make a mistake press the flash/delete key to backspace and
erase the wrong character.
2. Press the mute/program button to save the name and return to the main
menu. You will hear a confirmation tone. The handset name displays for
two seconds, followed by SET AREA CODE - - -.
HANDSET NAME
BILL SMITH
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SET AREA CODE
--AREA CODE
If you enter a 3-digit area code in the area code menu, your local area code
will not appear in Caller ID messages you receive. Instead, you will see
only the local seven digit number. Calls you receive from outside your
local area code display as the full ten-digit number.
1. Use the touch-tone pad to enter your three digit area code.
2. Press the mute/program button to save, and SET RINGER TONE 1 2 3 4 5
6 shows in the display.
RINGER TONE
You may choose from six different ringer tones.
1. Use the touch-tone pad to select 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or use the CID/vol ( or
) button to scroll to your selection. The ringer tone plays. The default
setting is 1.
2. Press the mute/program button to save, and REGISTRATION 1YES 2NO
shows in the display.
REGISTRATION
1YES
2NO
REGISTRATION
NOTE: This setting may be made with the handset only.
During the registration process, keep your handset near the base. When
your handset shows the following:
1. Use the touch-tone pad to select 1YES or 2NO, or use the CID/vol ( or )
button to scroll to 1YES or 2NO. The default setting is 2NO.
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2. Press the mute/program button and HOLD BASE PAGE WAIT FOR BEEP
shows in the display.
HOLD BASE PAGE
WAIT FOR BEEP
3. Press and hold the page/int button on the base until you hear a long
confirmation tone, then HANDSET 1 REGISTERED displays for two
seconds, followed by HANDSET NAME. After the handset registration is
complete, and you did not previously name the handset, you may name
it now.
HANDSET 1
REGISTERED
HANDSET NAME
4. Use the touch-tone pad to enter the name.
More than one letter is stored in each of the number keys. For example, to
enter the name Bill Smith, press the 2 key twice for the letter B. Briefly
pause and the cursor moves to the next field. Press the 4 key 3 times for
the letter I. Briefly pause and the cursor moves to the next field. Press the
5 key 3 times for the letter L. Briefly pause and the cursor moves to the
next field. Press the 5 key 3 times for the second letter L, press 1 key to
add a space. Press the 7 key 4 times for the letter S. Briefly pause and the
cursor moves to the next field. Press the 6 key once for the letter M. Briefly
pause and the cursor moves to the next field. Press the 4 key 3 times for
the letter I. Briefly pause and the cursor moves to the next field. Press the
8 key for the letter T. Briefly pause and the cursor moves to the next field.
Press the 4 key twice for the letter H.
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NOTE: If you make a mistake press the flash/delete button to backspace and
erase the wrong character(s).
5. Press the mute/program button to save, and DEREGISTRATION 1YES
2NO shows in the display.
DEREGISTRATION
1YES
2NO
DEREGISTRATION
NOTE: This setting may be made with the handset only.
Deregistration cancels a handset’s registration. If you do not know a
handset’s name, you should deregister the handset according to the
following steps. During the de-registration process, it’s important to keep
the handset near the base.
WARNING: It is not recommended that a handset be de-registered unless
absolutely necessary because once a handset is deregistered, that handset’s
telephone features cannot be used until the handset is re-registered.
1. Use the touch-tone pad to select 1YES or 2NO, or use the CID/vol ( or
) button to scroll to 1YES or 2NO. The default setting is 2NO.
2. Press the mute/program button.
3. If you select 2NO, DEFAULT SETTING 1YES 2NO shows in the display.
Proceed to the DEFAULT section.
DEFAULT SETTING
1 YES 2NO
4. If you select 1YES, MOVE NEAR TO BASE displays until you move the
handset closer to the base. Then the handset displays CONFIRM? 1YES
2NO.
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MOVE NEAR TO
BASE
CONFIRM?
1YES
2NO
5. Use the CID/vol ( or ) button to scroll to 1YES or 2NO. The default
setting is 1YES.
6. Press the mute/program button to confirm the deregistration. HANDSET
1 DEREGISTERED followed by HANDSET NEEDS REGISTRATION shows
in the display.
HANDSET 1
DEREGISTERED
NOTE: If one or more handsets becomes lost, you should de-register all
handsets (globally) to ensure proper system operation.
1. Press and hold the base page/int button on the base until the charge/in
use indicator flashes.
2. Press and hold the base page/int button again until the charge/in use
indicator flashes rapidly.
3. Press and release the page/int button on the base. The charge/in use
indicator stops blinking, and the base display shows ALL HANDSETS
DEREGISTERED for five seconds and confirms all handsets are deregistered. Then the base returns to standby mode, and each handset
displays HANDSET NEEDS REGISTRATION.
DEFAULT
As you become familiar with this system, you may prefer to use the
system’s original settings. Follow the steps to return to the factory settings.
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1. Use the touch-tone pad to select 1YES or 2NO, or press the CID/vol (
or ) button to scroll to 1YES or 2NO. The default setting is NO.
• If you select YES, all settings in the programmable menu on the base
return to the factory default settings.
• If you select NO, your programmed setting are retained.
2. Press the mute/program button to save, and the display returns to the
main menu.
CORDLESS PHONE BASICS
SPEAKERPHONE
For hands-free operation and convenience, your dual-handset system is
equipped with a 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 the following guidelines when using the speakerphone:
• Stay reasonably close to the phone so that you can be clearly heard by
the person to whom you are talking.
CHARGE INDICATOR
When the charge/in use indicator on the base is lit, the handset is correctly
seated in the cradle and is charging. The indicator flashes when the base is
paged, when the base pages the handset, or when you receive an
incoming call.
MAKING A CALL WITH THE HANDSET
1. Pick up the handset and press the talk/callback button. Listen for a dial tone.
2. Dial the desired number, or pre-dial the number first then press the talk/
callback button.
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3. When finished, press the talk/callback button again to hang up.
MAKING A CALL WITH THE SPEAKERPHONE
1. Press the speaker/callback button on the base. You will hear a dial tone.
2. Dial a number. Or, pre-dial the number and then press the speaker/
callback button.
3. When finished, press the speaker/callback button to hang up.
NOTE: You can enter up to 32 pre-dial digits. If you want to delete the
pre-dial number you entered, press the flash/delete button until all of the
digits are erased.
ANSWERING A CALL WITH THE HANDSET
1. When the phone rings, press the talk/callback button on the handset.
2. When finished, press the talk/callback button again to hang up.
ANSWERING A CALL WITH THE SPEAKERPHONE
1. When the phone rings, press the speaker/callback button to answer a call.
2. When finished press speaker/callback to hang up.
NOTE: If you are using the handset and want to switch to the speakerphone,
press the speaker/callback button on the base first, and then either press the
talk/callback button on the handset to switch it off, or put the handset in the
base cradle. When the speaker/callback button is pressed, the button lights.
If you want to switch from speakerphone to handset, press the talk/callback
button on the handset first, and then press the speaker/callback button on
the base.
CALL TIMER
After you press talk/callback on the handset or speaker/callback on the
base, the built-in call timer shows in the display and counts the length of
time of the call in minutes and seconds.
AUTO STANDBY
Placing the handset in the base cradle while the handset is off hook
(during a call) automatically hangs up the handset.
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RINGER VOLUME CONTROL
HANDSET
1. Press the ringer button and the current ringer setting shows in the display.
RINGER ON
1 ON 2 OFF
2. Use the touch-tone pad on your handset to enter 1 ON or 2 OFF, or use
the cid/vol ( or ) to scroll to your selection.
3. Press the mute/program button to save your selection. You will hear a
confirmation tone, and the ringer setting displays for two seconds.
RINGER ON
NOTE: If you turn the ringer OFF, the ringer off icon
shows in the display.
NAME
HANDSET 1
BASE
1. Press the ringer button and RINGER SETTING HIGH LOW OFF shows in
the display.
RINGER SETTING
HIGH LOW OFF
2. Use the CID/messages ( or ) to scroll to your selection.
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3. Press the MUTE/program button to save your selection, and the ringer
setting shows in the display for two seconds then returns to standby mode.
RINGER = LOW
CALL WAITING
If you subscribe to the combined Call Waiting Caller ID service from your local
telephone company, you will receive Caller ID information (if available) on Call
Waiting calls. During a phone call you will hear a beep, which indicates
another call is waiting on the line, and Caller ID information shows in the
handset display. To connect to the waiting call, press the flash button on the
handset or base, and your original call is put on hold. You may switch back
and forth between the two calls by pressing the flash button.
FLASH
Use the flash/delete button on the handset or base to activate custom
calling services, such as call waiting, which are available through your
local phone company.
TIP: Don’t press the talk/callback button on the handset or the speaker/
callback button on the base to activate a custom calling service, such as call
waiting, or you’ll hang up the phone.
LAST NUMBER REDIAL
You may redial a number up to 32 digits long. If the number is longer than
32 digits, you will hear and error tone. To quickly redial the last number
you dialed:
1. Press the talk/callback button on the handset or the speaker/callback
button on the base.
2. Press the redial button.
-OR-
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3. Press the redial button first then press the talk/callback button or the
speaker/callback button.
-OR4. If you get a busy signal and want to keep dialing the number, press the
redial button to quickly redial the number.
EXIT
Press the EXIT button on the base or exit/answerer button on the handset
to end an operation, such as TRANSFER or exit the programmable menu.
PAGING
This feature helps you locate a misplaced handset and send and receive
pages for intercom calls. All handsets must be registered to use the page
function. If your handsets are not registered, follow the instructions in the
Handset Registration section of this manual.
Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
1. Press the page/int button on the handset or base.
PAGING
EXTENSION ?
2. Use the touch-tone pad on your handset or base to select the handset or the
base you want to page when PAGING EXTENSION? shows in the display.
NOTE: Press the * key to page all registered handsets and the base or press
the 0 key to page the base.
3. The receiving handset or base is paged, and both the sending and
receiving handsets or base emit a paging tone and the following
information shows in the display:
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PAGING
HANDSET 2
SENDING HANDSET/BASE
PAGING FROM
HANDSET 1
RECEIVING HANDSET/BASE
When the talk/callback or speaker/callback or page/int on the receiving
handset or base is pressed, the page is answered. If the page is not answered
after two minutes, NO ANSWER shows in the display of sending handset or
base and the page is cancelled. The unit returns to standby mode.
NOTE: If a personalized name is assigned to the handset during registration,
then that name is displayed instead of handset number.
NOTE: To cancel the page, press the EXIT button on the base or exit/
answerer button on the handset or the page/int button at the sending
handset or base.
TRANSFERRING CALLS
This feature lets you transfer calls between handsets or the base in talk
mode.
1. During talk mode, press the page/int button to put the call on hold.
LINE ON HOLD
EXTENSION ?
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2. Enter 0 for the base or the handset number you want to transfer the call
to, and the receiving handset or base is paged. During the page, a page
tone is emitted on the receiving handset or base. For example,
HANDSET 2 pages Steve’s handset and the following information shows
in the displays:
PAGING FROM
HANDSET 2
RECEIVING HANDSET
PAGING/LINE ON HOLD
STEVE
SENDING HANDSET
NOTE: If the page isn’t answered, press the EXIT button on base or exit/
answerer button on handset or the page/int button to cancel the transfer.
When the page/int or talk/callback button is pressed on the receiving
handset, the unit goes into intercom mode. When the talk/callback button
on the sending handset is pressed, the call is transferred.
NOTE: 1) If talk/callback button on the sending handset is pressed before
page/int or talk/callback button is pressed on the receiving handset, the
receiving handset emits the ringer tone (not the page tone), and
TRANSFERRING FROM and the handset number shows in the display.
2) If the other extension does not take the call within 30 seconds, the call is
transferred back to your handset or base, and CALLBACK is displayed.
MUTE
To have a private, off-line conversation use the mute feature. The party on
the other end of the line cannot hear you, but you can still hear them.
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1. During a phone conversation press the mute/program button on the
handset. MUTE ON shows in the display.
MUTE ON
TALK 00:10 VOL 2
2. Press the mute/program button again to cancel mute and return to your
phone conversation.
TALK 00:05 VOL 2
TEMPORARY TONE DIALING
This feature is useful only if you use pulse dialing service. Temporary tone
dialing enables pulse (rotary) service phone users to access touch-tone
services offered by banks, credit card companies, etc. For example, when
you call your bank you may need to enter your account number. Using the
temporary tone feature allows you to temporarily switch to touch tone
mode so you can enter and send your number.
1. Dial the telephone number and wait for the line to connect.
2. When your call is answered, press the *tone button on your handset
number pad to temporarily change from pulse dialing to tone dialing.
3. Follow the automated instructions to get the information you need.
4. Hang up the handset and the phone automatically returns to pulse
(rotary) dialing mode.
CORDLESS HANDSET VOLUME CONTROL
When the cordless handset is ON (in talk mode) adjust the receiver volume
by pressing the CID/vol ( or ) button on the cordless handset. There are
four volume levels, and each press of the CID/vol ( or ) button adjusts
the receiver volume by one level.
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SPEAKERPHONE/ANSWERING SYSTEM VOLUME CONTROL
When the speakerphone is ON, adjust the volume by pressing the ( or )
buttons on the base. There are eight volume levels, and each press of the
volume button adjusts the speaker volume by one level.
NOTE: You may also adjust the volume during intercom mode, and
conference mode.
INTERCOM
The intercom feature allows you to have an unlimited-duration, two-way
conversation between two handsets or the base and a handset.
MAKING AN INTERCOM CALL
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the page/int button on the handset or base. PAGING EXTENSION
shows in the display.
PAGING
EXTENSION ?
3. Enter the handset number you want to intercom with, or enter 0 to
intercom with the base. The receiving party is paged.
NOTE: To cancel the page, press the page/int button again or press the
EXIT button on the base or exit/answerer button on the handset.
PAGING
HANDSET 1
THE SENDING PARTY
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PAGING FROM
HANDSET 2
THE RECEIVING PARTY
4. When the receiving party answers the page, the intercom is activated.
When the intercom is setup the following information shows in the display:
INTERCOM
HANDSET 2
THE SENDING PARTY
INTERCOM
HANDSET 2
THE RECEIVING PARTY
5. When finished, press the EXIT button on base or exit/answerer button
on handset or the page/int button on either handset or base to
deactivate the intercom.
NOTE : During the intercom, if a handset is assigned a name, that name is
displayed instead of handset number.
RECEIVING AN INTERCOM CALL
When an intercom call is received, the handset or base beeps. To answer
the intercom call, press the page/int or speaker/callback button on the base
or the talk/callback button on the handset.
RECEIVING AN EXTERNAL TELEPHONE CALL DURING AN INTERCOM CALL
If you receive a telephone call during an intercom call, the intercom is
automatically disconnected so you can answer the call. Press the talk/callback
button on the handset or speaker/callback button on base to end the intercom
first, and then press the talk/callback button on the handset or speaker/
callback button on base again to answer the external telephone call.
USING INTERCOM OR CONFERENCE WITH EXTERNAL CALLS
During an external telephone call, you may page other handsets and have
off-line, private intercom conversations between an external caller and the
handsets, or you may have a 3-way conference with external line and
another handset or the base.
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1. During an external call, press the page/int key on your handset or base
to place the external call on hold. LINE ON HOLD EXTENSION? shows in
the display.
LINE ON HOLD
EXTENSION ?
2. Enter the handset number you want to conference with, or enter 0 to
conference with the base. The receiving party is paged.
PAGING/LINE ON HOLD
HANDSET 2
SENDING HANDSET
PAGING FROM
HANDSET 1
RECEIVING HANDSET
3. The receiving handset or base must press the page/int or speaker/
callback button on the base or the talk/callback button on the handset to
answer the intercom, then both intercom users may speak privately. The
external caller cannot hear the intercom conversation.
LINE ON HOLD
HANDSET 2
SENDING HANDSET
INTERCOM
HANDSET 1
RECEIVING HANDSET
4. Sending party may press format/conf. on the base or format/conference
on the handset.
NOTE: Press the exit/answerer button on the handset or EXIT button on the
base to cancel the intercom call, and the sending party may continue to talk to
the external party. Or the calling party may press the talk/callback button to
transfer the call to the receiving party who may speak to the external caller
independently.
NOTE: A handset or the base can enter conference directly by pressing talk/
callback on the base while the other handset or the base is on an external call.
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MEMORY
The handset and base each have their own separate memory dialing
storage areas. Fifty 15-character names and 20-digit telephone numbers
can be stored in the handset memory. Fifty 15-character names and 20digit telephone numbers can be stored in the base memory.
STORING A NAME AND NUMBER IN MEMORY
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the MEM/mem button on the base or handset.
#
MEMO SELECT MEMORY
01-50
3. Press the desired memory location button (01 through 50) or, use the CID/
vol ( or ) button on handset or CID/messages ( or ) button on the
base to select the memory location. If the memory location is occupied, the
memory location and stored name and number appear in the display. If the
memory location is empty, EMPTY shows in the display.
0 3
* * EMPTY * *
#
MEMO
4. Press the MEM/mem button again. The display shows ENTER NAME.
#
MEMO
0 3
ENTER NAME
NOTE: If you don’t want to enter the name, skip step 5.
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5. Use the touch-tone pad on your handset or base to enter a name (up to
15 characters). More than one letter is stored in each of the number
keys. For example, to enter Bill Smith, press the 2 key twice for the letter
B. Press the 4 key 3 times for the letter I. Press the 5 key 3 times for the
letter L. Wait for 1 second. Press the 5 key 3 times for the second letter L,
and press the 1 key to insert a space between the first and last name.
Press the 7 key 4 times for the letter S; press the 6 key once for the letter
M; press the 4 key 3 times for the letter I; press the 8 key for the letter T;
press the 4 key twice for the letter H.
NOTE: If you make a mistake press the flash/delete button on the base or
handset to backspace and erase the wrong character(s) or number(s).
6. Press the MEM/mem button to save. The display shows ENTER TEL
NUMBR.
0 3
ENTER TEL NUMBR
#
MEMO
7. Use the touch-tone pad on your handset or base to enter the area code
followed by the telephone number (up to 24 digits, including pauses)
and press the MEM/mem button again to save. The unit beeps to
confirm.
NAME
HANDSET 1
8. To enter another name and number in a different memory location,
please follow step 1 and repeat the process.
STORING A REDIAL NUMBER
1. Repeat steps 1 through 6 in Storing a Name and Number in Memory.
2. Press the redial button on the handset or base.
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3. Press the MEM/mem button to save. You will hear a confirmation tone.
NOTE: If the redial number has more than an 20 digits, it cannot be
stored in memory.
INSERTING A PAUSE IN THE DIALING SEQUENCE
If a pause is needed to wait for a dial tone press the # pause button on
the base or handset touch-tone pad to insert a delay in dialing sequence
of a stored telephone number (for example, after you dial 9 for an
outside line, or wait for a computer access tone.) Each pause counts as
one digit and shows as “P” in the dialing sequence.
REVIEWING, CHANGING OR DELETING STORED NUMBERS
TO REVIEW:
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talkmode).
2. Press MEM/mem button on the base or handset.
MEMO
--
#
SELECT MEMORY
01-50
3. Press the CID/vol ( or ) button on the handset or CID/messages
( or ) button on the base to scroll through the stored numbers. Or
use the touch- tone pad on your handset or base to enter the memory
location number.
#
MEMO 0 3
317 - 123 - 4567
PETER CHAN
TO CHANGE:
Follow the steps under Storing a Name and Number in Memory except
replace the stored name or number with new information.
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TO DELETE:
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press MEM/mem button on the base or handset.
3. Press the touch-tone pad on the handset or the base, or use the CID/vol
( or ) button on the handset or CID/messages ( or ) button on the
base to scroll to a desired record.
4. When the record shows in the display, press the flash/delete button on the
base or handset to mark the record for deletion. The display shows DELETE?
#
MEMO 0 3
317 - 123 - 4567
DELETE ?
5. Press the flash/delete button on the base or handset to delete the
record. DELETED shows in the display.
* * DELETED * *
NOTE: If you don’t want to change or delete a number, press the EXIT button
on the base or the exit/answerer button on the handset, or wait for one
minute to exit the review mode automatically.
DIALING A STORED NUMBER WITH THE HANDSET
1. Make sure the phone is ON by pressing the talk/callback button.
2. Press the mem button.
3. Enter the memory location number (01-50) for the desired memory
location. The number is dialed automatically.
-OR1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the mem button.
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3. Press the number key (01-50) for the desired memory location or use the
CID/vol ( or ) button to scroll through memory until the desired
number displays.
4. Press the talk/callback button. The number dials automatically.
DIALING A STORED NUMBER WITH THE BASE
1. Make sure the phone is ON by pressing the pressing the speaker/
callback button.
2. Press the MEM button.
3. Press the number key (01-50) for the desired memory location. The
number dials automatically.
-OR1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the MEM button.
3. Press the number key (01-50) for the desired memory location, or use
the CID/messages ( or ) button to scroll through memory until the
desired number displays.
4. Press the speaker/callback button. The number dials automatically.
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:
1. Make sure the phone is ON .
The Number
For Memory Location
Long Distance Access Number
7
Authorization Code
8
Frequently called long distance number
9
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2. Press MEM/mem button on the base or handset, and then press 07.
3. When you hear the access tone, press the MEM/mem button, and then
press 08.
4. At the next access tone, press MEM/mem button, then press 09.
CALLER ID (CID)
Caller ID (CID) is a service available from your local telephone company.
For Caller ID to work on this system, you must subscribe to Caller ID
service. To receive Caller ID information for a Call Waiting call, you must
subscribe to the combined Caller ID Call Waiting service.
When your telephone rings, and you are subscribed to Caller ID Call
Waiting service, you will receive information (if available) transmitted by
your local telephone company. You will also receive Caller ID information
from Call Waiting calls. If you receive an incoming call and you are already
on the phone, a beep indicates the presence of a Call Waiting Call on the
line, and Caller ID information for the Call Waiting call shows on the
display. This information may include the phone number, date and time; or
the name, phone number, and date and time.
RECEIVING AND STORING CID RECORDS
When you receive a call, Caller ID 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 while the phone rings,
giving you a chance to monitor the information and decide whether or not
to answer the call.
If you are not at home or cannot answer, your telephone’s Caller ID
memory automatically stores the call number, date, time, phone number,
and name for the 40 most recent calls so you can see who called while you
were unavailable. CID records are stored sequentially, in the order they are
received. When the 41st call is received, the oldest CID record is
automatically deleted.
You may review the stored information for the most recent 40 calls at any
time. Calls received since your last review show as NEW in the display.
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REVIEWING CID RECORDS
As CID records are received and stored, the display is updated to let you
know how many calls you have received.
1. Press the CID/vol () on the handset or the CID/messages () button on
the base to review the oldest call and scroll toward the most recent calls
(higher numbers). When you reach the newest call, the display shows
END OF LIST.
2. Press the CID/vol () button on the handset or CID/messages () button
on the base to review the newest call and scroll to older calls (lower
numbers). When you reach the oldest call, the display shows END OF LIST.
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 removed.
• Time and date the call was received.
• NEW appears at the top right corner of the display for all calls that have
not been reviewed.
NOTE: Check with your local phone company regarding name service
availability.
• NEW and REPT appears at the top right corner of the display for all
calls received more than once which have not been reviewed.
TRANSFERRING CID RECORDS TO MEMORY
You may transfer a Caller ID record to your phone ’s memory.
NOTE: It is important that you format CID records correctly before storing in
memory. It is not possible to reformat CID records stored in memory. For
details, please see Dialing a Caller ID Number.
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1. Use the CID/vol ( or ) button on the handset or CID/messages ( or )
button on the base to scroll to the desired CID record.
9:58 AM
11/24 NEW CALL #01
317 - 123 - 4567
PETER CHAN
2. Press the MEM/mem button on the base or handset.
3. Press the desired memory location button. For example, press the
number 01 key to store the record in memory location 1. If the memory
location is occupied and, you want to replace it, you must confirm the
replacement by pressing the Memory button. REPLACE MEMO? shows
in the display.
MEMO
--
#
SELECT MEMORY
01-50
#
MEMO 01
765-4321
REPLACE MEMO?
NOTE: Press EXIT button on base or exit/answerer button on handset once
to return to standby mode.
DIALING A CID NUMBER
While reviewing CID records, you may dial the phone number showing in
the display.
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
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2. Press CID/vol ( or ) button on the handset or CID/messages ( or )
button on the base until the desired CID record is displayed. Depending
on (a) how the incoming 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. The
format button lets you change the format of the displayed number.
Available formats include:
Number of digits
Explanation
Example
Eleven digits
long distance code “1 ”
+3- digit area code +7-digit
telephone number.
1-317-888-8888
Ten digits
3-digit area code +7-digit
telephone number.
317-888-8888
Seven digits
7-digit telephone number.
888-8888
NOTE: If the incoming number is a Direct Dial Number, it is supplied by your
local phone company, and you may not adjust its format. When you press the
format/conference button on handset or the format/conf. button on the base,
PRESS TALK KEY displays. Press the talk/callback button on handset or the
speaker/callback button on base to dial the number.
3. If the number does not dial as shown, press the format/conference
button on handset or format/conf. on the base. Repeat if necessary, until
the correct number of digits show in the display.
4. Press the talk/callback button on the handset or speaker/callback on the
base. The number dials automatically.
NOTE: If the number is corrupted, such as a number in a name or an
alphabetical character in a number, an error tone sounds from the handset or
base and the number cannot be dialed.
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DELETING THE CID RECORD SHOWING IN THE DISPLAY
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
NAME
HANDSET 1
2. Use the CID/vol ( or ) button on the handset or CID/messages
( or ) button on the base to display the desired CID record.
9:58 AM 11/24 NEW CALL #01
12 34567890 1 2 34 5
STEVE
3. Press the flash/delete button on the base or handset. The display shows
DELETE CALL ID?
DELETE CALL ID?
4. Press the flash/delete button to erase the record. The display briefly shows
DELETED, and then confirms the deletion with a tone.
* *DELETED * *
NOTE: Press EXIT button on base or exit/answerer button on handset to
return to standby mode.
DELETING ALL CID RECORDS
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
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NAME
HANDSET 1
2. Use the CID/vol ( or ) button on the handset or CID/messages ( or )
button on the base to display any CID record.
9:58 AM 11/24 NEW CALL #01
12 34567890 1 2 34 5
NAME
3. Press and hold the flash/delete button for two seconds. The display
shows DELETE ALL?
DELETE ALL ?
4. Press the flash/delete button to erase all CID records from memory. The
display shows NO CALLS. You will hear a confirmation tone.
NO CALLS
NOTE: Press EXIT button on base or exit/answerer button on handset to
return to standby mode.
CID ERRORS
If there is an error in the transmission of information to your phone,
ERROR or INCOMPLETE DATA shows in the display. If you are not
subscribed to CID service, or it is not working properly, NO DATA shows in
the display.
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ANSWERING SYSTEM OPERATION
STANDBY DISPLAY
When the phone is not in use, the base displays the status of the answering
system. If the answering system is turned on, it displays MSG 00, if it is off,
then it displays ANS OFF. The number of new messages and the number of
new CID records received shows on the screen.
The answering system stores up to 59 messages or up to 15 minutes of
messages (including the outgoing announcement). When the answering
system's memory is full, the display shows F after the number of messages.
Messages are limited to three minutes in length for incoming calls.
SPEAKER VOLUME
Use the ( or ) volume buttons to adjust the speaker volume to a
comfortable level.
SCREENING CALLS AT THE BASE
1. Make sure the phone stops ringing, and the answering system starts.
NOTE: No key press is required; you can hear the callers voice through the
speaker on the base.
2. Press the speaker/callback button any time to speak to the caller.
TIP: Make sure the volume on the base is set loud enough for you to hear
incoming calls.
NOTE: After you press speaker/callback on the base, the answerer stops
recording, and the base enters into the talk mode.
MESSAGE PLAYBACK
The base display lets you know when you have new messages. To play
messages, press the play/stop button. While a message is playing, you
may do the following:
1. Press the play/stop button on the base to stop message playback.
2. Press CID/messages () button on the base once to re-play the
current message.
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3. Press CID/messages () button twice to review previous messages.
4. Press CID/messages () button to skip to the next message.
5. Press the flash/delete button to erase the current message.
6. Press the EXIT button on the base to stop playing the current message
and return to standby mode.
ERASING MESSAGES
You may erase messages at the base two ways:
To erase a message while it is playing1. Press and release play/stop button.
2. Press CID/messages ( or ) button to play the message you want
to erase.
3. Press the flash/delete button on the base. MESSAGE #ERASED shows in
the display.
TIPS: You may access the answering system remotely with a cordless handset or
touch-tone phone in another location. See REMOTE ACCESS.
MESSAGE 01
ERASED
To erase all message while it is playing1. Press and release play/stop button on the base.
2. Press and hold the flash/delete button on the base while playing the
message. ERASE ALL MESSAGE? shows in the display.
ERASE ALL
MESSAGE ?
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3. Press the flash/delete button on the base again. ALL MESSAGE ERASED
shows in the display.
ALL MESSAGE
ERASED
MEMO
Use the Memo feature to leave a message for yourself.
1. Press and hold the memo button.
2. Begin speaking after you hear the beep.
3. Release the memo button when you are finished recording the memo.
MEMO
RECORDING
REMOTE ACCESS
This section explains how to use the cordless handset, or any touch-tone
phone, to access the answering system using your 3-digit security code.
TIPS: When you access the answering system with a different touch-tone
phone, a voice menu guides you through the steps.
ACCESSING THE ANSWERING SYSTEM WITH THE CORDLESS HANDSET
1. Make sure your handset is in standby mode.
2. Press the exit/answerer button to access the answering system. The
display shows ANSWERER REMOTE ACCESS.
3. Press button 2 (play/stop) to play messages, or press the exit/answerer
button to return to standby mode.
4. When you are finished reviewing your messages, press button 2 (play/
stop) to stop message playback, and then press the exit/answerer button
to exit the ANSWERER REMOTE ACCESS mode.
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SCREENING CALLS WITH THE CORDLESS HANDSET
You may use the cordless handset to remotely screen calls.
1. Make sure the phone stops ringing and the answering system answers
the call.
2. Press the exit/answerer button to access the answering system.
3. Listen as the caller leaves a message.
4. Press the talk/callback button to speak to the caller, or press the exit/
answerer button again to stop screening the call.
ACCESSING THE ANSWERING SYSTEM FROM ANOTHER LOCATION
You can access your answering system from any touch-tone phone by
entering your 3-digit security code after you hear the outgoing
announcement.
1. Dial the phone number to which the answering system is connected.
2. When the answering system answers enter the security code after you
hear the tone.
3. Follow the voice menu to use the answering system’s remote functions.
TIP: During remote access you may bypass the outgoing announcement by
pressing any number key on the touch-tone pad while the announcement is
playing. Then, enter your security code to access the answering system.
MEMORY FULL
When you access your answering system remotely, and the answering
system’s memory is full, the system answers after 10 rings, beeps, and
waits for you to enter the 3-digit security code. You have 10 seconds to
enter the security code before the phone disconnects. You should erase
some old messages so the system can record new messages.
NOTE: The unit also answers after the 10th ring if it is turned off. To access the
answering system, enter your 3-digit security code after you hear the beep.
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The remote feature enables you to perform the following function:
To
Press this Button
Replay the current message
press 1 once
Review the previous message
press 1 twice
Play back messages
2
Stop message playback
2
Erase messages
(during message playback)
0
Skip message
3
Turn answering system off/on
4
Review voice menu options
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REPLACING THE BATTERY
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of fire or personal
injury, use only the battery 5-2548, which is
compatible with this unit.
Make sure the telephone is OFF before you replace battery.
1. Remove the battery compartment door.
2. Disconnect the cord attached to the battery pack from the
jack inside the battery compartment 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 16 hours) when you first set up the phone and/or
when you install a new battery pack, the battery’s long-term
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.
• Keep batteries out of the reach of children.
• Remove batteries if storing over 30 days.
HEADSET AND BELT CLIP INSTALLATION
CONNECTING AN OPTIONAL HEADSET TO THE HANDSET
For hands free conversation, insert the headset plug into the headset jack.
Adjust the headset to rest comfortably on the ear. Move the microphone to
approximately 2 to 3 inches from your mouth.
• Press the talk/callback button to answer or place a call while 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.
Slot for
belt clip
Headset
jack
Slot for
belt clip
Headset
plug
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
The following indicators show the status of a message or of the unit.
ERROR
Caller information has been interrupted during
transmission or the phone line is excessively noisy.
ENTER NAME
Prompt telling you to enter the name in one of the 50
memory locations. (NOTE: The memory records in
the base and the cordless handsets do not overlap
and cannot be shared. The base and handset has 50
individual 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.
DELETE?
Prompt asking if you want to erase one of the 50
numbers stored in the phone’s outgoing memory.
END OF LIST
Indicates that there is no additional information in
Caller ID memory.
UNKNOWN NAME/ The incoming call is from an area not serviced by
CALLER/NUMBER Caller ID or the information was not sent.
PAGING/PAGING
FROM
Someone has pressed the page/intercom button on
the base or handset.
BLOCKED NUMBER The person is calling from a number that has been
blocked from transmission.
REPT
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Repeat call message. Indicates that a new call from
the same number was received more than once.
PRESS TALK KEY
Prompt telling you that a CID number cannot be
formatted and you may only use the talk button to
dial back the CID number.
HANDSET IN USE
Shows in the display when the handset is using the
telephone line.
NO DATA
No Caller ID information was received.
LOW BATTERY
Indicates the battery needs to be charge.
LINE IN USE
Displays on handset when the line is in use.
LONG DISTANCE
Indicates CID record is from a long distance call.
INCOMPLETE DATA CID information is interrupted during transmission or
the phone line is excessively noisy.
NO CALLS
Indicates there are no CID records in memory.
NEW CALL XX
XX represents the number of new CID records
not reviewed.
ENTER TEL NUMBR Prompt telling you to enter a telephone number in
one of the 50 memory locations.
BLOCKED CALL
The person is calling from a number that has been
blocked from transmission.
BLOCKED NAME
The persons name is blocked from transmission.
HANDSET SOUND SIGNALS
Signal
Meaning
A long warbling tone (with ringer on)
Three short beeps
One short beep (every 7 seconds)
Signals an incoming call
Page signal
Low battery warning
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
TELEPHONE SOLUTIONS
No dial tone
• Check or repeat installation steps.
• Make sure base power cord is connected to a working electrical outlet.
Make sure the telephone line cord is connected to the base and the
modular phone jack.
• Connect another phone to the same jack; if there is still no dial tone, the
problem might be your wiring or local service.
• The cordless handset may be out of range of the base. Move closer to
the base.
• Make sure the battery is properly charged (16 hours).
• Make sure the battery pack is installed correctly.
• Did the handset beep when you pressed the talk/callback button? Did
the charge/in use indicator on the base turn on? The battery may need
to be charged.
• Place handset in cradle for at least 20 seconds to reset.
Dial tone is OK but can’t dial out
• Make sure the TONE/PULSE setting on the base is programmed to the
type of phone service you are subscribed to.
Handset/Base does not ring
• Make sure the handset ringer setting is on and the base ringer is
programmed to HI.
• The cordless handset may be out of range of the base. Move closer to
the base.
• You may have too many extension phones on your line. Try unplugging
some phones.
• Check for dial tone.
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You experience static, noise, or fading in and out
• The cordless handset may be out of range of the base. Move closer to
the base.
• Relocate the base. Make sure base is not plugged into an outlet with
another household appliance.
• Charge the battery.
Unit beeps
• Place the handset in the cradle for 20 seconds. If it still beeps, charge
battery for 16 hours.
• Clean charging contacts on cordless handset and base/charge cradle
with a soft cloth or an eraser.
• See solutions for “No dial tone.”
• Replace the battery.
Memory Dialing doesn't work
• Did you program the memory location keys correctly?
• Did you follow proper dialing sequence?
Unit locks up and no communication between the base and cordless
handset
• Unplug the power supply from the electrical outlet and the back of the
base/charge cradle. Remove the handset battery. Wait for 30 seconds
and plug the power supply back into the base/charge cradle and
electrical outlet. Reconnect the battery and charge for 16 hours. Reregister the handset.
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CALLER ID SOLUTIONS
No Display
• Charge or replace the battery.
• Make sure that the unit is connected to a non-switched electrical outlet.
Disconnect the power supply cord from the base/charge cradle 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
• You must be subscribed to Caller ID service from your local telephone
company to receive Caller ID records.
BATTERY SOLUTIONS
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
• Charge indicator fails to light when the handset is placed in the base or
charge cradle.
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GENERAL PRODUCT CARE
To keep your unit 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
soft, clean cloth.
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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INDEX
A
Accessing the Answering System from
Another Location 49
Accessing the Answering System with
the Cordless Handset 48
Accessory Order Form 61
Announcement 14
Answerer On/Off 13
Answering a Call with the Handset 25
Answering a Call with the
Speakerphone 25
Answering System Operation 46
Area Code 17, 20
Auto Standby 25
Deregistration 22
Dialing a CID Number 42
Dialing a Stored Number with
the Base 39
Dialing a Stored Number with the
Handset 38
Digital Security System 8
Display Contrast 12
Display Messages 52
E
Equipment Approval Information 2
Erasing Messages 47
Exit 28
B
F
Base 26
Battery Safety Precautions 51
Battery Solutions 56
Before You Begin 8
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement 2
Flash 27
C
Call Timer 25
Call Waiting 27
Caller ID (CID) 40
Caller ID Solutions 56
Causes of Poor Reception 57
Chain Dialing from Memory 39
Charge Indicator 24
CID Errors 45
Connecting an Optional Headset to the
Handset 51
Connecting the Belt Clip 51
Cordless Handset Volume Control 31
Cordless Phone Basics 24
D
Default 18, 23
Deleting All CID Records 44
Deleting the CID Record Showing in the
Display 44
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G
General Product Care 57
H
Handset 26
Handset and Base Layout 7
Handset Name 19
Handset Sound Signals 53
Headset and Belt Clip Installation 51
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) 2
I
Important Installation Guidelines 9
Inserting a Pause in the Dialing
Sequence 37
Installation 9
Installing the Phone 10
Intercom 32
Interference Information 2
Introduction 5
L
S
Language 12, 18
Last Number Redial 27
Limited Warranty 62
Sample Outgoing Announcement 15
Screening Calls at the Base 46
Screening Calls with the Cordless
Handset 49
Security Code 14
Service 60
Set Day 17
Set Time 17
Speaker Volume 46
Speakerphone 24
Speakerphone/Answering System
Volume Control 32
Standby Display 46
Storing a Name and Number in
Memory 35
Storing a Redial Number 36
M
Making a Call with the Handset 24
Making a Call with the Speakerphone 25
Making an Intercom Call 32
Memo 48
Memory 35
Memory Full 49
Message Playback 46
Mute 30
P
Paging 28
Parts Checklist 8
Programming the Base 12
Programming the Handset 18
R
Receiving an External Telephone Call
During an Intercom Call 33
Receiving an Intercom Call 33
Receiving and Storing CID Records 40
Recording the Outgoing
Announcement 14
Registration 20
Remote Access 48
Replacing the Battery 50
Reviewing, Changing or Deleting Stored
Numbers 37
Reviewing CID Records 41
Reviewing the Announcement 15
Ring to Answer 13
Ringer Tone 16, 20
Ringer Volume Control 26
T
Telephone Jack Requirements 8
Telephone Setup 12
Telephone Solutions 54
Temporary Tone Dialing 31
Tone/Pulse 16
Transferring Calls 29
Transferring CID Records to Memory 41
Troubleshooting Guide 54
U
Using Intercom or Conference with
External Calls 33
W
Wall Mounting the Base 11
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SERVICE
If trouble is experienced with this equipment, for repair or warranty
information, please contact customer service at 1-800-448-0329. 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.
This product may be serviced only by the manufacturer or its authorized
service agents. 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, refer to the warranty included in
this guide or call customer service at 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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61
5-2605
5-2555
AC power adapter
Headset
Belt Clip
Replacement Handset Battery
PRICE*
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.
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City ________________________State________ ZIP_________________
Address_____________________________________ Apt.____________
Name_______________________________________________________
Ronks, PA 17573-8419
P.O. Box 8419
Mail Order Department
Thomson
Mail order form and money order or check (in U.S. currency)
made payable to Thomson to:
Total Amount Enclosed.................................$_______________
$5.00
Shipping/Handling....................................... $_______________
Use VISA or Master Card or Discover preferably. Money order or check must be in U.S.
currency only. No COD or Cash. All accessories are subject to availability. Where
applicable, we will ship a superseding model.
We are required by law to collect the appropriate sales tax for each individual state,
county, and locality to which the merchandise is being sent. Duties will apply for
shipments to Canada.
Sales Tax........................................................$_______________
Total Merchandise.........................................$_______________
Your complete charge card number, its expiration date and your
signature are necessary to process all charge card orders.
TOTAL
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QTY.
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To order, call 1-800-338-0376 (for accessories only) or complete this order form.
5-2548
5-2606
5-2552
White
CUSTOMER: CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE.
5-2607
MODEL NUMBER
Black
DESCRIPTION
ACCESSORY ORDER FORM
LIMITED WARRANTY
What your warranty covers:
•
Defects 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 you get service:
•
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.” For rental firms, proof of first rental is also required.
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
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. ATLINKS accepts no liability in case of damage or loss.
•
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., ITS
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 nor limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations 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 also may have other rights that vary from state to state.
If you purchased your product outside the USA:
ATLINKS USA, Inc.
•
This warranty does not apply. Contact your dealer for warranty information.
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