caller id telephone model 205 additional information

caller id telephone model 205 additional information
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
CAUTION To Reduce the Risk of Fire or injury to Persons, Read and Follow these instructions relating to
batteries.
1. Use only the following type and size of battery: 4 'C' size (UM-2) alkaline batteries.
2. Do not dispose of the battery in a fire. The cell may explode. Check with local codes for possible special disposal
instructions.
3. Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte is corrosive and may cause damage to the eyes and skin. It may be
toxic if swallowed.
4. Exercise care in handling batteries in order not to short the battery with conductor material such as rings, bracelets, and
keys. The battery or conductor may overheat and cause burns.
5. Do not attempt to recharge the battery provided with or identified for use with this product by heating them. The batteries
may leak corrosive electrolyte or explode.
6. Do not attempt to rejuvenate the battery provided with or identified for use with this product by heating them. Sudden release
of the battery electrolyte may occur causing burns or irritation to eyes or skin.
7. All batteries should be replaced at the same time. Mixing fresh and discharged batteries could increase internal cell pressure
and rupture the discharged batteries.
8. When inserting batteries into this product, the proper polarity or direction must be observed. Reverse insertion of batteries
can cause charging, which may result in leakage and explosion.
9. Remove the batteries from this product if it will not be used for a long period of time(several months or more) since during
this time the battery could leak, damaging in the product.
10. Discard "dead" batteries as soon as possible since "dead" batteries are more likely to leak in a product.
11. Do not store this product, or the batteries provided with or identified for use with this product in high-temperature areas.
Batteries that are stored in a freezer or refrigerator for the purpose of extending shelf life should be protected from
condensation during the storage and defrosting. Batteries should be stabilized at room temperature prior to use after storage.
12. Do not mix old and new batteries or different types of batteries. Do not mix alkaline, standard (Carbon-Zinc) or
rechargeable (Nickel-Cadmium) batteries.
CALLER ID TELEPHONE MODEL 205
Specification
This product has been manufactured in accordance with the European RTTE directive. It complies with the
European Low Voltage Directive 72/23/EEC and the European EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.
For a copy of the Declaration of Conformity for this product, please write to Lazerbuilt at the address show in the
Guarantee section below.
Guarantee/Service
Your telephone is guaranteed for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase. Before returning for repair,
please read the section 'Troubleshooting' (in this guide). If you are still unable to resolve the problem then call the
HELPLINE on 01438 749009 (during office hours). In many cases we will be able to resolve your problem without
requiring the product to be returned.
Guarantee Procedure
In the unlikely event that your Mybelle telephone develops a fault within the first month of purchase, it should be
returned with a copy of the purchase invoice, to your retailer who will exchange it for a new one. If your telephone
becomes faulty within the guarantee period but after the first month, it should be returned for repair (with a copy of
the purchase invoice), to Lazerbuilt Ltd, 20, Gunnels Wood Park, Stevenage, Herts, SG1 2BH
After the guarantee period, return your phone to the address shown. Indicate the problems you are experiencing
and include your name, address, telephone number and a postal order/cheque for £4.00 to cover the handling
charge. Lazerbuilt will then send you an estimate for the repair.
Important Note -This guarantee does not cover:- misuse; negligence; excessive voltage; faults on telephone line
or damage due to lightning. This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
Made in China. Distributed in the U.K. by Lazerbuilt Ltd (www.lazerbuilt.co.uk)
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SUBSCRIPTION TO A CALL ID SERVICE FROM YOUR TELEPHONE
COMPANY IS REQUIRED FOR CALLER ID FEATURES TO WORK
CORRECTLY
PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW THIS MANUAL BEFORE USING YOUR
TELEPHONE AND KEEP IT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
TROUBLESHOOTING (continued)
Flashing Ringer
Indicator
Memory Index
Card
CALL BACK Button
NEW CALL
Indicator
UP Button
The Caller ID display does
not show the caller's
Information
The Caller ID unit will not function until you have
Caller ID service from your local telephone
company. Call your local telephone company to
have Caller ID installed on your phone line.
Check your phone line connections. Make sure
all connections are secure and connected.
If it is a private call or a blocked call, the phone
number will not appear.
Cannot erase all records
in Memory
The Delete Button must be quickly pressed twice
to erase a single call record. To erase ALL call
records, press and hold the Delete Button for at
least 4 seconds after you view all new calls.
Memory Dialing does not
Work
Check the phone if you have programmed the
numbers correctly by pressing that memory
number button. Also programming can only be
done if fresh batteries are installed correctly.
Cannot see the number of
the caller
Did you wait for the second ring before picking up
the phone? The Caller ID will only detect
information between the first and second ring.
Caller's information is not
Registered
The caller may have an unlisted or blocked
number to prevent Caller ID identification or it
may be an overseas call or you may have noise
on the line during that call.
Did you or your answering machine answer calls
before the second ring?
Pressing a Memory button
does not display number
Your Memory button has no stored number.
Please store the number again by pressing the
Store Button, dial the number, press the Store
Button again and a numerical button to store it to
the desired location.
Display
DOWN Button
Recycle
Please take care when disposing of this product.
At the end of the products life it should be entered into a recycling
scheme. It should not be disposed of in normal domestic waste
ERASE Button
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TROUBLESHOOTING
CHECK
PROBLEMS
No dial tone
Are all the plugs correctly connected.
Is the phone plugged into the telephone outlet.
Phone does not work
Are all cords connected properly?
Phone does not ring
Ringer Switch may be set to OFF?
Slide switch to the ON position.
Other party cannot hear
you
Ensure Handset cord is connected properly.
Display showing
erroneous figures
OR
Display is corrupt or does
not work as intended
With the phone disconnected from the telephone
line, enter the SETUP menu by holding down both
the ERASE and DOWN buttons for a few seconds.
After that, reset LCD contrast (see the SETUP
section)
You may also RESET the phone by uninstalling all
batteries and unplugging the AC adaptor. Wait for
5 minutes before reinstalling the batteries or
plugging the AC Adaptor. This will also clear all
memories.
The display is faded
(Numbers are hard to see)
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
Receiver
Hook Switch
RECEIVER VOLUME
(NORMAL/HIGH)
RECALL Time
Setting Switch
REDIAL Button
MEMO Button
RECALL R Button
STORE Button
MICROPHONE
With the phone disconnected from the telephone
line, enter the SETUP menu by holding down both
the ERASE and DOWN buttons for a few seconds
and then adjust the contrast to a higher level (see
the SETUP section)
Are the batteries correctly installed?
Are the batteries fresh? Change all 4 batteries.
Replace all 4 batteries at the same time.
Cannot store numbers into
Memory
No batteries are installed or batteries are weak
or installed incorrectly.
Caller ID does not work
Make sure the Caller ID service is active and that
the batteries are OK.
The Caller ID display is
Blank
Press either the UP or DOWN button to see if
"NO CALLS" appears. Check if batteries are
properly installed. Check if you have received
the first Caller ID record.
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Battery Compartment
Mains Adapter Socket
(dc 6V, 300mA)
Telephone Line Socket
Handset Socket
OFF/LO/HI Ringer
Switch
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INSTALLATION
BATTERY INSTALLATION
Insert four (4) "C" size (UM-2) batteries (not included)
in this unit to use the Caller ID and telephone
functions as follows:
1. Open the battery door by pulling back on the latch.
2. Insert four (4) "C" size (UM-2) alkaline batteries (not
included).
3. Snap the battery door back into place.
Note: Replacing Exhausted Batteries
Disconnect this phone from the telephone line before
opening the battery compartment.
Replace batteries within two minutes, or the caller
ID and memories will be lost.
AC OPERATION (optional)
To operate the unit using AC power, connect the AC adaptor (included) to the
Mains Adapter socket under the base and to a Mains wall socket.
In the event of a power failure the batteries will work as battery back-up and will
keep all of the functions without interruption. Make sure to only use the supplied
adaptor, 6V 300mA with positive centre (
).
CALLER ID OPERATION (continued)
ERASE A SINGLE CALL IN CALLER ID MEMORY
Press [UP] or [DOWN] for the Caller ID memory location to be reviewed. To
clear a single Caller ID memory location, press [ERASE ] button, the LCD shows
'DEL?', press [ERASE ] again to confirm.
The data for that call will be erased, and the CALL counter and Caller ID information
will be updated.
ERASE ALL CALLS IN CALLER ID MEMORY
After all new message begin reviewed, press and hold [ERASE ] button for 2
seconds. The LCD shows 'DEL ALL?' will appear to confirm your action. Continue
hold the [ERASE ] button to clear all the information, then the message
'no CALL' will appear.
The total call counter will become zero, and the current time and date will be
Displayed.
NOTE: All new calls must be reviewed before clearing the entire memory.
CALL BACK (REDIAL ) FROM THE CALLER ID MEMORY
Pick up the handset, press [UP] or [DOWN] to find the Caller ID memory
location to be re-dialled. Press [CALL BACK] the number will display, after 3
seconds the number will be dialled automatically.
This unit can be used on a desk, or other level
surface away from excessive heat or direct
sunlight.
1. Set the OFF/LO/HI Ringer switch to LO or HI
to have the ringer sound when receiving a phone
call.
2. Set the RECALL TIME SWITCH (on the
handset) to the 100mS position.
For use in France, the switch should be set to
300mS.
3. Handset Cord - Connect one end of the curly cord to the
socket in the handset and the other end to the HANDSET
socket under the base.
4. Telephone Cord - Connect the straight telephone cord into the socket under
the base, thread it through the groove toward the back of the base.
DO NOT CONNECT THE PHONE TO THE TELEPHONE LINE UNTIL THE
CALLER ID SETUP (on the following page) IS COMPLETED
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CALLER ID OPERATION
The phone allows you to take advantage of the Caller Identification service that
may be offered by your local telephone company. Not all local telephone
companies provide Caller Identification service, therefore you must make sure the
service is available.
IMPORTANT: For your Caller ID to function, you must first contact your local
telephone company to arrange to have Caller ID service installed on your
line.
There will be an extra charge added to your monthly telephone bill for this
service. Please consult with your local telephone company for the Caller ID
service charge.
NOTES:
Batteries are required for Caller ID operation.
If an incorrect, invalid or incomplete Caller ID signal is received, the LCD shows 'ERROR-'
If only the caller's phone number is received, the LCD shows the caller's phone
number with the time and date it was received. The 'NEW' icon turns on and New
Call LED blinks.
If the number is not available due to the caller's restriction, the LCD shows 'PRIVATE -' with the time and date received.
If the number is not available, the LCD will show '-OUT OF AREA-' with the call's
time and date. The 'NEW' icon turns on and New Call LED blinks.
If no key is pressed within 8 seconds, the LCD will show the 'Answer-Ready' mode,
and display the total call counter, new ICON, current time and date.
Calls picked up on the first ring may not be logged in the caller ID log.
VIEW THE CALLER ID MEMORY
If you have new calls ('NEW' icon and New Call LED is lit).
Press [UP] or [DOWN] to read all of the most recent calls. The NEW CALL counter
will decrease.
Once all the new calls have been read, 'End of List' will be displayed.
Press [UP] to view the oldest calls, or press [DOWN] to view the most recent
Calls
NOTES:
1.The New Call LED will blink until all the new Caller ID data has been reviewed.
2.If the 'RPT' icon is turned on, you have received multiple NEW calls from the
same number.
3.If you receive a call from a number stored in (previously reviewed) memory, the
data in memory will be replaced with the new call's time and date and the 'NEW'
icon will be turned on.
If no key is pressed within 8 seconds, the LCD will show the 'Answer-Ready' mode,
and display the total call counter, current time and date.
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SETUP
Note: SETUP is used to set the TIME/DATE shown on the display and to adjust the
display contrast. If you subscribe to a caller ID service the TIME/DAY will be
automatically set when you receive your first call (SETUP is not necessary).
If you do not subscribe to a caller ID service, then use the routine below to set the
TIME/DATE. The phone will EXIT the setup routine if no buttons are pressed for 15
seconds.
To enter the SETUP program, the phone must be disconnected from the
telephone line.
When the batteries are first installed, the ‘month’ digits on the display will flash for
10 seconds. During this time the Time/Date and LCD Contrast can be set.
If the ‘month’ digit is not flashing:
With the phone disconnected from the telephone line, enter SETUP by
pressing both the [ERASE] and [DOWN] buttons for 2 seconds. When the
buttons are released, the ‘month’ digits will flash.
Press [UP] or [DOWN] to select the month and press [ERASE] to confirm.
Press [UP] or [DOWN] to select the date and press [ERASE] to confirm..
Press [UP] or [DOWN] to select AM/PM and press [ERASE] to confirm.
Press [UP] or [DOWN] to select the hour and press [ERASE] to confirm.
Press [UP] or [DOWN] to select minute digits and press [ERASE] to confirm.
Note: of you do not want to change the display contrast, leave all buttons unpressed for 15 seconds and the phone will EXIT setup (Time/Date will be saved).
Having set the TIME/DATE, the LCD shows 'LdS CodE -'. (Long Distance Code).
This is not required for use in the UK, therefore press [ERASE ] to confirm.
The LCD then shows 'CodE ----'. (Area Code). Again this is not required in the UK,
so press [ERASE] 4 times to skip this setting and go to next entry.
The LCD shows 'LCd 5'. (The Contrast of the LCD display.
Press [UP] or [DOWN] to adjust the LCD contrast. There are eight levels (from 0 to
7, default is 5). Note : at levels 0 to 3 it may not be possible to see the display.
Press [ERASE] to confirm and the phone will exit the SETUP routine..
THE PHONE MUST NOW BE CONNECTED TO THE TELEPHONE LINE
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BASIC OPERATION
PLACING A CALL
Lift the handset and listen for a dial tone.
Press the Key buttons (0-9) for the desired number you wish to call.
RECEIVING A CALL
If you subscribe to a Caller Display service (CLI), the last 150 incoming calls will be
saved in the caller ID log and when you receive a call, the display will show the
number, time and date of the call.
The NEW icon will appear in the display and the NEW CALL indicator will blink.
To answer the call, simply remove it from the base.
To end a call, simply return the handset to the base.
NOTES:
Hello Kitty Wings and Wand will light when an incoming call is received. This visual
ring signal will operate even if the Ringer switch is set to the OFF position.
MEMORY DIALLING
The 205 allows you to store up to 10 numbers in memory that may then be easily
dialled.
STORING NUMBERS IN MEMORY
! Pick up the handset, and press [STORE] to enter memory store.
! Press the keypad to enter the number that you want to program. The display on
the back of the handset confirms the numbers you entered.
! Press [STORE] and enter the memory location (0 to 9) on the keypad.
! Repeat the above steps to store a different number in the same Memory
location, or to store a new number in a different Memory location.
BASIC OPERATION (continued)
OFF/LO/HI RINGER SWITCH
Slide the OFF/LO/HI Ringer switch to the HI or LO position to turn the ringer
on.
Slide the OFF/LO/HI Ringer switch to the OFF position to turn the ringer off.
RECEIVE VOLUME SWITCH
To increase/decrease the handset's volume, slide the RECEIVER Volume
switch to the NORMAL (N) or HIGH (H) position
REDIAL.
Press the REDIAL button to automatically redial the last number dialled.
NOTE: Please note that only the last number you called on this handset can be
stored in the Redial memory.
RECALL AND RECALL TIME SETTING
Some network services require the use of a Recall signal. This phone generates a
Time Break Recall (TBR).
The period of the Recall signal can be adjusted between 100mS and 300mS, by the
switch on the handset..
For use in the UK and most other European countries, the switch should be set to
100mS. For use in France, the switch should be set to 300mS.
Press the RECALL R button when a recall is required.
If you subscribe to Call Waiting through your local phone company, and you receive
another phone call. Simply press the RECALL R button to answer the new call.
Press the RECALL R button again to return to the original call.
NOTES:
You can store a number with up to 16 digits maximum. Only the last 16 digits can
be stored and the last 14 digits will be displayed.
During the storing of numbers in memory, you may hear a voice announcement
from your telephone company. This should be ignored. If you are storing more than
a few numbers at one time, then disconnect the phone from the wall outlet during
the store process.
DIALLING FROM THE MEMORY
! Pick up the handset to make your call.
! Press [MEMO] [0]... [MEMO] [9] for one of the 10 memory locations to be
dialled.
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