CD602 Display•A•Call

CD602 Display•A•Call
CD602 Display•A•Call
OPERATING GUIDE
Lets you see the telephone
number of the incoming call
before you answer it.
“Unleash the Power”
CONTENTS
Safety Information ................................................... 3
Important Notes ....................................................... 4
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CONTENTS
Information ........................................................................ 4
Caring for your Caller Display Unit ...................................... 4
Introduction ............................................................ 5
Parts Checklist ......................................................... 6
Features ................................................................... 7
Display Screen ......................................................... 8
Installation............................................................... 9
Installing the batteries ........................................................ 9
Setting the contrast ............................................................. 9
Installing the AC Adaptor .................................................... 10
Connecting to your telephone ............................................. 11
Connecting an answering machine ...................................... 12
Wall mounting .................................................................... 13
Operation ................................................................ 14
About Calling Number Display ............................................ 14
99 Memory Storage ............................................................ 14
Real time clock ................................................................... 15
Incoming call memory ........................................................ 16
New call indication ............................................................. 17
Reviewing the call history ................................................... 18
Deleting a call from the call history .................................... 19
Deleting all calls from the call history ................................. 20
Speed dialing from 99 memory caller list ............................ 21
V.I.P. special features .......................................................... 23
Setting the 10 memory V.I.P. list .......................................... 23
V.I.P. Tone ........................................................................... 24
CONTENTS
Operation (cont.)
PRIVATE .......................................................................................... 32
UNAVAILABLE .................................................................................. 32
ERROR ............................................................................................ 33
PAYPHONE ...................................................................................... 33
MOBILE .......................................................................................... 33
END OF LIST ................................................................................... 34
NO MESSAGE .................................................................................. 34
TOTAL XX NEW XX .......................................................................... 35
REP ................................................................................................. 35
V.I.P. CALLER ................................................................................... 35
V.I.P. TOTAL XX ............................................................................... 36
V.I.P. FULL ....................................................................................... 36
NO V.I.P .......................................................................................... 36
SET AS V.I.P. .................................................................................... 37
Troubleshooting ...................................................... 38
Specifications .......................................................... 39
Warranty Information .............................................. 40
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CONTENTS
To review the V.I.P. message ................................................ 25
To delete individual V.I.P. call records ................................. 26
To delete all V.I.P. in Caller List ........................................... 26
Speed dialing from the V.I.P. list .......................................... 27
Setting the display contrast ................................................. 28
V.M.W.I. icon ...................................................................... 30
Low battery icon ................................................................. 31
Display Messages ..................................................... 32
SAFETY INFORMATION
For your safety, please observe the following:• Do not mix new and old batteries together.
• Never install telephone wiring during
a lightning storm.
• Do not use your Display·A·Call unit near
water or when wet.
• Make sure the line cord and AC Adaptor do not cause
a trip hazard.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
• Do not remove the screws or take apart - there are no
serviceable parts inside.
IMPORTANT NOTES
INFORMATION
This product works only if you subscribe to a caller
identification service provided by your local telephone
company. There is usually a fee for this service and it
may not be available in all areas.
• This model has been specifically designed for the
Australian market.
• This unit can display both the name and number of
the calling party. However, at this time, Telstra® is
not forwarding the name.
This feature may be available in the future.
• Calling Party can withhold (block) calling telephone
number from being displayed.
Telstra® is the Registered Trademark of Telstra Corporation Limited.
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IMPORTANT NOTES
CARING FOR YOUR DISPLAY•A•CALL UNIT
Clean the product with a soft damp cloth. Do not use
solvents, detergents or abrasive cloths which may damage
the finish of the plastic casing.
INTRODUCTION
See Who’s Calling...
Your new Uniden Display·A·Call CD602 is the perfect
complement to the Caller Display service offered by your
telephone service provider. After the first ring of your
telephone, your Display·A·Call unit will let you know the
telephone number of your caller.
... and More
Whether you answer or not, your Display·A·Call unit
remembers who called. The Uniden Display·A·Call CD602
stores the numbers of your last ninety-nine calls. Please
look through this booklet and learn about the installation
and the many easy-to-use features of your new Uniden
Display·A·Call CD602.
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the Uniden CD602
Display·A·Call unit. This product has been designed for the
Australian market and is guaranteed to provide you with
reliability, long life and outstanding performance.
PARTS CHECKLIST
CD602 Unit
PARTS CHECKLIST
Long Telephone Chord
Short Telephone Chord
AAA Batteries ( 4)
Operating Guide
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FEATURES
Displays and stores the telephone number of your caller
99 Memory Storage
V.I.P. Caller Identification & Notification
Speed Dialing
Call Summary ‘Total vs New’
Real Time Clock - Automatically Updated
Time and Date Stamp
Call History Review Keys
Contrast Control
New Call LED
Name Display Ready
VMWI Ready
Designed for the Australian market
Batteries, AC Adaptor and Telephone Cords included
Desk or Wall mount
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FEATURES
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Position of call in
call history
REP
NO.
99
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Low Battery icon
0295993355
Telephone number
of caller
V.I.P. CALLER
Name of caller (This product is capable of displaying Caller Name, however
Name Display Service is not available from your telephone service provider at
this time)
DISPLAY SCREEN
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REP Indicates repeated call
information
DATE
Date of call (MM-DD)
DISPLAY SCREEN
Time of call indicated on clock is in the
24 hour mode ie 16:30 is 4.30pm
VMWI icon
INSTALLATION
! CAUTION: When opening the battery
compartment, make sure the unit is not
connected to the telephone line.
Installing the AAA batteries (supplied)
Open the battery compartment door as shown, and
install 4 new AAA batteries.
CONTRAST X
If the contrast level is OK, just wait for this message to
disappear or to adjust, press
until the screen displays
your preferred contrast setting (from 1-4), then press
to store (or press
to exit without storing).
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INSTALLATION
When you first install the batteries, all characters on
the screen light up for about 2 seconds. The screen
then displays CONTRAST X.
INSTALLATION
Installing the AC Adaptor
Plug the AC Adaptor into the DC input socket
underneath the Display·A·Call unit, then plug the
other end into your mains wall socket. (Make sure
the wall socket is switched on). Note: If the AC
Adaptor is switched off or not connected, some
features like the automatic dial back feature
(described later) will not work.
INSTALLATION
! Use only the Uniden AC Adaptor supplied with this
Display·A·Call unit.
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INSTALLATION
Connecting to your Telephone
1. Unplug the telephone line cord from you telephone
and plug it into one of the sockets underneath the CD602.
2. Using the supplied short telephone cord, plug one end
to the remaining socket of the CD602 and the other end
into your telephone.
Please follow the diagram shown below:
Phone
Telephone wall socket
Your original
telephone cord
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INSTALLATION
Display·A·Call unit
Supplied short
telephone cord
INSTALLATION
Connecting the CD602 Display•A•Call unit to your
Telephone via an Answering Machine
If you wish to connect the unit to a telephone answer
machine, you can connect as shown below, however this
may depend on the connections on your telephone
answering machine.
Display·A·Call unit
Answering machine
Phone
INSTALLATION
Telephone
wall socket
Supplied short or
long telephone cord
Your original
telephone cord
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Supplied short or
long telephone cord
INSTALLATION
Wall Mounting
IMPORTANT:Check that there are no pipes or wires
behind the wall first.
1. Insert two mounting screws
47.5mm apart. Allow about
10mm between the wall and
screw heads for mounting
the CD602.
10mm
47.5mm
INSTALLATION
2. Un-clip the battery
compartment, break out the
plastic key hole covers,
rotate 180 degrees and refit.
Then connect the line
cords as described on
the previous page.
3. Align the unit with the
screws in the wall and slide
down to secure it.
Use this template for correct spacing of the two screws for wall mounting
47.5mm
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OPERATION
About Calling Number Display
This product is designed to store and display information about
incoming telephone calls. It must be used with call
identification service provided by your local telephone
company; there is a fee for this service, and it may not be
available in all areas.
This product can provide information only if:
•You subscribe to the Caller ID Service.
• Both you and the caller are in areas offering Caller ID Service.
• Both Telephone companies use compatible equipment.
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REP
NO.
99
DATE
11- 28
0295993355
V.I.P. CALLER
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99
DATE
11- 28
0295993355
V.I.P. CALLER
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OPERATION
99 Memory Storage
When you use this product with Caller ID service, you will
see the number of the calling party (if sent), before you
answer the phone. The unit keeps a record of the numbers
of the last 99 calls, whether you answer the phone or not.
Each call is numbered in the call history, with older calls
having low numbers.
OPERATION
Real Time Clock
The CD602 has a clock that is set via the telephone
network - you cannot set it - it shows the current
time and date and is automatically connected if
required, as each new call is received.
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99
DATE
11- 28
0295993355
V.I.P. CALLER
OPERATION
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OPERATION
Incoming Call Memory
The CD602 Display·A·Call assigns each incoming call
a number from 1 to 99. The most recent call will
have the highest number (for example, if there are
10 calls received, call #1 is the oldest and call #10 is
the newest).
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NO.
DATE
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0295993355
99
V.I.P. CALLER
The time and date of each call is logged and retained
in the Display·A·Call memory.
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99
DATE
11- 28
0295993355
When the memory is full, the oldest call information
is deleted to make room for the new incoming call
information.
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OPERATION
V.I.P. CALLER
OPERATION
New Call Indication
When a new call is received, the time, date and
calling number will be displayed between the first
and second ring. After 20 seconds, the display will
change in the call summary TOTAL XX NEW XX. The
red LED will flash when a new call is received, and
will continue to flash until all unreviewed call
information in the call history has been reviewed.
After you have reviewed all call information, the light
will go off.
OPERATION
New call LED
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OPERATION
Reviewing the Call History
When the unit is idle, the screen will be blank
(to conserve battery power) if the AC Adaptor is not
connected, or will display the time, date and call
summary if the AC Adaptor is connected.
Use the
or
buttons to scroll through the
call history.
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OPERATION
Note: The buttons will be inactive while the phone
is ringing and for a few seconds afterwards.
OPERATION
Deleting a Call from the call History
1. Use the
or
buttons to scroll through the call
history until the screen displays the information on
the call you wish to remove.
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NO.
2. Press
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DATE
0732668255
twice to delete the displayed call details.
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NO.
55
11- 28
DATE
0393599500
3. The call history has now been reduced by one.
OPERATION
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OPERATION
Deleting All Calls from the Call History
1. Use the
or
buttons until the screen
displays END OF LIST.
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DATE
END OF LIST
2. Press
. The screen displays DELETE ALL?
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DATE
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DELETE ALL?
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OPERATION
3. Press
to remove all call details
or
Press
or
to exit without deleting any call
information.
OPERATION
Speed Dialing from the 99 Memory Caller List
1. Use the
or
buttons to scroll through the call
history until the screen displays the telephone
number you wish to dial.
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NO.
0892276308
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2. Press the
button. The display shows
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NO.
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DATE
DATE
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15
DIALING....
and beeps each as dialed digit appears
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OPERATION
Note: The AC Adaptor must be connected to use this feature.
OPERATION
4. When dialing has been complete, the display shows
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NO.
15
DATE
11- 28
0892276308
PICK UP PHONE..
for 20 seconds.
During this time, pick up phone handset and wait for
the call to be connected. The display changes to
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NO.
15
DATE
11- 28
0892276308
LINE IN USE
below the number displayed.
The Display·A·Cal unit returns to the caller message
review mode and displays most recent reviewed message.
If you do not pick up the phone handset within 20
seconds the call will be terminated.
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OPERATION
Note: If your telephone line is already in use, the display
will show LINE IN USE and dialing will not take place.
Please try again later.
OPERATION
V.I.P. - Special Features
You can select up to 10 V.I.P. callers and receive the
benefit of special features.
Note: You must set up at least one V.I.P. caller before
using these features.
Setting the 10 Memory VIP List
Use the
or
buttons to scroll through the call
history. Press the OPTION button once to enter option
menu. The display will show SET AS V.I.P.?
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NO.
99
DATE
11- 28
0295993355
SET AS V.I.P.?
OPERATION
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OPERATION
Press
button again to store as V.I.P. caller. The
display will change to V.I.P. CALLER (if you do not
press any button, the display will return to the review
mode after 20 seconds)
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NO.
99
DATE
11- 28
0295993355
V.I.P. CALLER
V.I.P. Tone
When one of the 10 user preset V.I.P. numbers is
recognised during an incoming call, the unit will
emit a special double tone to alert you that one of
your V.I.P. callers is calling you.
Note: The AC Adaptor must be connected and a V.I.P.
caller set to use this feature.
OPERATION
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OPERATION
To Review the V.I.P. Message
When the display shows
16 : 30
DATE
16 : 30
11- 28
11- 28
DATE
OR
NO MESSAGE
press the
TOTAL XX NEW XX
button. The display will show
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DATE
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V.I.P. TOTAL XX
Press
or
buttons to review V.I.P. Call message.
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DATE
NO V.I.P.
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OPERATION
Note: If no V.I.P. callers have been set, the display
will show.
OPERATION
To Delete Individual V.I.P. Call Records
When reviewing the V.I.P. message from the V.I.P. Caller
button twice. This will remove the
List, press
selected message from the V.I.P. Caller List.
To Delete All V.I.P. in Caller List
When reviewing the V.I.P. caller message from the V.I.P.
Caller List, and the display shows
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DATE
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END OF LIST
press
button. Display will be changed to show
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DATE
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button again to confirm the selection or
Press
to exit without deleting.
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OPERATION
DELETE ALL?
OPERATION
Speed Dialing from the V.I.P. List
1. When the display shows
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DATE
16 : 30
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DATE
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OR
NO MESSAGE
press the
TOTAL XX NEW XX
button. The display will show
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DATE
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V.I.P. TOTAL XX
2. Use the
or
buttons to scroll through the
V.I.P. call history until the screen displays the telephone
number you wish to dial.
3. Press the DIAL button. The display shows
REP
NO.
99
DATE
11- 28
0295993355
DIALING....
and beeps as it dials.
Note: The AC Adaptor must be connected to use this feature.
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OPERATION
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OPERATION
4. When dialing has been completed, the display shows
16 : 30
NO.
DATE
11- 28
0295993355
99
PICK UP THE PHONE..
for 20 seconds.
During this time, pick up your telephone handset and
wait for the call to be connected. The display changes to
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NO.
99
DATE
11- 28
0295993355
LINE IN USE
below the number being dialed.
The Display·A·Call unit then returns to the caller message
review mode and displays most recent
reviewed message.
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OPERATION
Note: If your telephone line is already in use, the display
will show LINE IN USE and dialing will not take place.
Please try again later.
OPERATION
Setting the Display Contrast
During the Caller message review mode, press
button until the word CONTRAST appears in the display.
along with the number indicating the present setting.
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DATE
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CONTRAST 2
Press
button to select the desired contrast level
(1-4). Press the
button to confirm the selection
button to exit this mode without changing
or press
the setting.
Note: The batteries will last longer on the lowest
contrast setting (1).
OPERATION
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OPERATION
VMWI Visual Message Waiting Indication
(also known as Class Messaging)
This unit is capable of responding to CLASS Message
Waiting service. This feature is typically used to notify
you of new voicemail messages. When the CD602 has
received a call from your voicemail service, the message
LED will blink continuously and the “Envelope” icon on
the display will light up.
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OPERATION
Note: The AC Adaptor must be connected for this feature
to work. This service is not currently provided by your
local telephone company.
OPERATION
Low Battery Indication
The batteries supplied should last a minimum of 6 months.
When the battery power is low, the following icon will be
displayed.
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NO.
99
DATE
11- 28
0295993355
END OF LIST
Replace the batteries promptly as detailed on page 9
Alkaline batteries are recommended for longest battery life.
Caution: All batteries must be replaced at the same time.
Do not mix old and new batteries together.
OPERATION
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
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NO.
DATE
2-24
01
PRIVATE
UNAVAILABLE on screen means
• a call coming from overseas
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NO.
DATE
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02
UNAVAILABLE
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
PRIVATE on screen means
• the caller chooses to block their number
• a call from an old type telephone network exchange
• a call from a silent number subscriber
• a call originating from a GSM network other than
Telstra
• a call from any analogue cellular mobile telephone
DISPLAY MESSAGES
16 : 30
DATE
11- 28
03
NO.
ERROR
PAYPHONE on screen means
• a call originating form a Payphone
DATE
08:11
--U--
07
NO.
2-26
PAYPHONE
MOBILE on screen means
• a call originating from a Mobile phone
DATE
08:42
NO.
08
2-26
041XXXXXXXX
MOBILE
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
ERROR on screen means
• there has been error during the transmission of call
information
DISPLAY MESSAGES
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DATE
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END OF LIST
NO MESSAGE on screen means
• you received no calls since you last cleared the
call history.
16 : 30
DATE
NO.
NO MESSAGE
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
END OF LIST on screen means
• you’ve reached the end of the call history.
or
to continue.
Press
DISPLAY MESSAGES
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DATE
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TOTAL XX NEW XX
REP on screen means
• this is a repeated call from the same number.
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REP
NO.
DATE
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0295993355
99
V.I.P. CALLER on screen means
• indicates that a V.I.P. Caller message has been received.
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NO.
99
DATE
11- 28
0295993355
V.I.P. CALLER
Note: At least one V.I.P. number must be set up first.
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
TOTAL XX NEW XX on screen means
• the total number of calls received and number of
new unreviewed calls in the call history.
DISPLAY MESSAGES
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DATE
11- 28
V.I.P. TOTAL XX
V.I.P. FULL on screen means
• the V.I.P. Caller List is full
(maximum 10 numbers).
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DATE
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NO.
V.I.P. FULL
NO V.I.P. on screen means
• there are no V.I.P. call numbers entered into the memory.
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DATE
NO.
NO V.I.P.
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
V.I.P. TOTAL XX on screen means
• the total number of V.I.P. numbers entered
into the V.I.P. Caller List.
DISPLAY MESSAGES
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NO.
01
DATE
11- 28
XXXXXXXXXX
SET AS V.I.P.
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
SET AS V.I.P. on screen means
• the total number of V.I.P. numbers entered
into the V.I.P. Caller List.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
If your CD602 Display·A·Call unit is not performing to your expectations, please
try these simple steps. If you are still unable to resolve the problems, contact
Uniden Customer Service for assistance. Refer Warranty page (Page ......) for
contact details.
Fault/Problem
Caller ID Feature Not Working
No Power
ERROR on Display
Clock Not Set
Dial Not Working
V.I.P. Tone Not Working
New Call LED Keeps Flashing
Display goes blank
after 20 seconds
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
VMWI Not Working
Solution
• You must subscribe for the Caller
ID service.
• Contact your local service
provider for details.
• Check line cord.
• Check batteries
• Check AC Adaptor
• This service is not currently
available in Australia.
• Check AC Adaptor - AC Adaptor
must be connected for this feature to work.
• Error during transmission of call
information - contact service provider if
problem persists.
• This is automatically updated by the
telephone network.
• Contact Service Provider
• Check AC Adaptor - AC Adaptor must be
connected for this feature to work.
• Check AC Adaptor - AC Adaptor must be
connected for this feature to work.
• At least one V.I.P. number must be set first.
• All calls must be reviewed.
Use
or
to step through call
history until LED stops flashing.
• This is normal operation if the
AC Adapter is disconnected.
The display turns off after 20 seconds
to concerve battery power.
SPECIFICATIONS
General:
Power
Requirements:
Battery Life:
The CD602 complies with Australian
specifications TS001, TS002.
Batteries - 4 x AAA - To activate regular
Caller Display functions.
AC Adaptor 9V DC (supplied)
must be used for following features:V.I.P. Tone
Dial Back
VMWI
· Minimum 6 months
· Call info retained for up to 5 minutes
with batteries disconnected.
Specifications, features and availability of optional extras
are all subject to change without prior notice.
SPECIFICATIONS
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WARRANTY
1 YEAR WARRANTY
(Batteries and Accessories are covered for 90 days ONLY)
WARRANTOR: Uniden Australia Pty Ltd ACN 001 865 498
Uniden New Zealand Limited
ELEMENTS OF WARRANTY:Uniden warrants to the original retail owner for the duration of this warranty, its product to be free
from defects in materials and craftsmanship with only the limitations or exclusions set out below.
WARRANTY DURATIONThis warranty to the original retail owner only, shall terminate and of no further effect ONE (1) Year
after the date of original retail sale. This warranty will be deemed invalid if the product is: (A) Damaged or not maintained as
reasonable and necessary, (B) Modified, altered or used as part of any conversion kits, subassemblies, or any configurations
not sold by Uniden, (C) Improperly installed, (D) Repaired by someone other than an authorised Uniden Repair Agent for a
defect or malfunction covered by this warranty, (E) Used in conjunction with any equipment or parts or as a part of a system
not manufactured by Uniden, (F) Installed, programmed or serviced by anyone other than an authorised Uniden Repair
Agent, (G) Where the Serial Number label of the product has been removed ordamaged beyond recognition.
PARTS COVERED: This warranty covers for One year, the product only. All accessories - Battery, AC Adaptor, Cable, Modular
Plug, etc) are covered for 90 Days Only.
STATEMENT OF REMEDY: In the event that the product does not conform to this warranty at any time while this warranty is
in effect, the warrantor at its discretion, will repair the defect or replace the product and return it to you without charge
for parts and service. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER OR PROVIDE FOR THE REIMBURSEMENT OR PAYMENT OF
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. THIS GUARANTEE IS IN ADDITION TO AND DOES NOT IN ANY WAY AFFECT
YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THE CONSUMER GUARANTEE ACT.
WARRANTY CARD: If a warranty card has been included with this product then please fill it in and return to us within 14
days or purchase. Your name and the Serial number of the product will then be registered in our database and this will help
us process your claim with greater speed and efficiency should you require warranty service.
PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING PERFORMANCE OF WARRANTY:
In the event that the product does not conform to this warranty, the Product should be shipped or delivered,
freight pre-paid, with evidence of original purchase (e.g. a copy of the sales docket), with a full description of the problem,
to the warrantor at:UNIDEN AUSTRALIA PTY. LIMITED
SERVICE DIVISION
345 Princes Highway, Rockdale, NSW 2216
Ph: (02) 9599 3100 Fax: (02) 9599 3278
UNIDEN NEW ZEALAND LIMITED
150 Harris Road
East Tamaki, Auckland
Ph: (09) 273 8383 Fax: (09) 274 0009
Customers in other States should ship or deliver theProduct freight pre-paid to their nearest Uniden Authorised Repair Centre.
(Contact Uniden for the nearest Warranty Agent to you).
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WARRANTY
Note:Please keep your sales docket as it provides evidence of warranty. Warranty is only valid in the country where the
produce has been purchased.
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