FAULT FINDING FAULT No dial tone Telephone does not ring f Memory numbers not dialled correctly : Recall button not working Dial tone still heard after dialling © APPRO toe corr ВНИИ ectron to BA specified ACTION Connect phone to master socket to establish whether problem is with phone or line. Contact Network Operator to check line Ensure the ringer switch on side of telephone is NOT set to OFF position. Check memory storage procedure and re-store numbers If necessary. Check with your system manager or Network Operator. Note: [his telephone is TB recall only and not EL recall. Check whether you are connected to : a pulse dialling exchange or switch board. : Note: This phone will operate onty on Tone dialling exchanges. This product carries the CE mark which | ihdicates conformity with the European Directive on Electromagnetic Compatibility EMC Directive 89/336/EMC and European Low Voltage directive LVD 73/23/EEC amended by LVD 93/68. EA WR OWE EE. EN AOR. NE BN EA Be EEE Ба В НН FAN... ASU NE NEHER SN MEE AN UN UD WED” El WT SES Ww aes 30 13 MEMORY TELEPHONE User Guide GETTING CONNECTED INSERT THE TELEPHONE PLUG INTO A TELEPHONE SOCKET. | If this modular socket is not present, contact your Network Operator. | The majority of modern digital exchanges are now Tone dialling and ‘consequently this telephone has been pre-set to Tone dialling. If you : experience any problems contact your Network Operator. MAKING A CALL 1. LIFT HANDSET, WAIT FOR DIAL TONE 12. DIAL TELEPHONE NUMBER . To terminate the call replace the handset. LOCATION OF CONTROLS Hanger Hook Used to rest handset during a call when the phone is wall mounted. Receiver Hanger Hook « Slide upwards and remove. Then re-insert with lip facing upwards. 7 -….-t Direct Memory Location Buttons Memory — index Card к у Ue | | a Ringer Switch Used to adjust the ringer volume. Da | Memory Button Used in the indirect memory dialling sequence. N Store Button Used In memory storage sequence. Recall Button Used to access Mute Button Used to temporarily mute a telephone conversation network services or for PABX use. Redial Button Used to redial the last number called. APPROVED USAGE For use under the following conditions: The Telephone must not be (a)Standard Telephone facility for connection to the Public Switched Telephone Network (ho TI) and compatible P.B X's (Private Branch Exchange) which use multi-frequency signalling. (b) To be used on extension sockets connected to a direct exchange line. For use of the following facilities. (a) Standard telephone facility. (b) Storage of telephone numbers for retrieval by a predetermined code. (c) Automatic dialling of last number dialled. (d) PABX Time break recall. Any other usage will invalidate the approval of the apparatus if as a result it ceases to conform to the standards against which approval was granted. connected m the following manner As an extension to pay phone IAS a party line with shared service It cannot be guaranteed that the apparatus will operate correctly under ali possible conditions to compatible PBX's. In case of difficulty please consult your supplier. This telephone may be used for the purpose of making outgoing calls to the BT emergency 999 service and the European emergency number 112. CLEANING, REN Cleaning The casing should be cleaned by wiping with a damp cloth. e Do not use abrasives or spray polish that may enter through holes in the ear piece and mouthpiece and cause damage. e Do not place the telephone In direct sunlight or use in extreme humidity. REN (Ringer Equivalence Number) 1s of significance only if you wish to connect more than 1 telephone to your telephone line. Your telephone line has a maximum REN capacity of 4 and a B.T. telephone has a REN of 1 (unless otherwise stated). Your Audioline 30 has a REN of 1, thus it is feasible to connect 3 more telephones of a value of 1 to your system. You should not exceed a value of 4 on the complete system, otherwise the volume of the ringer in any phone will decrease and one telephone may not ring at all. 4 4. PRESS AND RELEASE STORE BUTTON. MEMORY STORAGE Your 13 most frequently used numbers (up to 16 digits) can be stored In the Memory. 3 1n the direct memory buttons and 10 in the keypad digits. Memory Storage - direct memory buttons 14. LIFT HANDSET. 2. PRESS AND RELEASE STORE BUTTON. 3. DIAL TELEPHONE NUMBER. 5. PRESS AND > RELEASE EITHER M1, M2 20R M3 BUTTON. 6 REPLACE HANDSET. | Memory Storage - indirect memory (keypad digits 0-9) 4 LIFT HANDSET. | 2 PRESS AND RELEASE STORE BUTTON. 3 DIAL TELEPHONE NUMBER. 4. PRESS / AND ? RELEASE STORE BUTTON. 5. PRESS AND RELEASE KEYPAD DIGIT 0-9. 6. REPLACE HANDSET. e if you are storing successive numbers you must always replace the handset before entering the next number tor storage. s Make anote of the name ot the owner ot tre telephone number and its location on the meriory tndex pad MEMORY DIALLING Dialling using memory - direct memory buttons 4. LIFT HANDSET. To terminate the call replace the handset. | Dialling using memory - indirect memory (keypad digits 0-9) 1. LIFT HANDSET. 2. PRESS MEMORY BUTTON. | 2. PRESS the appropriate Keypad Digit 0-9 To terminate the call replace the handset. LAST NUMBER REDIAL | To Redial the Last Number Called (up to 32 digits). REDIAL. 1. LIFT HANDSET, WAIT FOR DIAL TONE, THEN PRESS The number will be retained in memory until another number is ‚Сайед. ADDITIONAL CONTROLS & FACILITIES Mute If you wish to talk privately without your caller overhearing. PRESS and HOLD the MUTE button. To resume your conversation with your caller release the MUTE button. Ringer To adjust the ringing volume of the telephone, move the switch on the right hand side to either Off-Low-High. Additional Network Services Optional services such as call waiting, reminder calls, charge advice, etc, can be accessed via the Recall button. For further information contact your Network Operator. PABX (Private Automatic Branch Exchange) FACILITIES Recall The RECALL button can be used to access additional PABX facilities. The Audioline 30 is pre-set to Time Break Recall. WALL MOUNTING The Audioline 30 can be wall mounted. using the template and screws supplied Hult instructions for wall mounting the telephone are provided on the template. Note: When the telephone is wall mounted the receiver hanger hook must be pushed out and re-inserted the other way round so that the lip protrudes.