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Motorola D1
Digital Cordless Phone
For D101, D102, D103 and D104
Warning
Charge the handset for 24 hours before use.
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Welcome...
to your new Motorola D1 Digital Cordless Phone!
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All handsets are fully cordless for locating anywhere within range.
50 Name and Number phonebook.
Caller ID shows you who’s calling and see details of the last 40 callers in a Calls list.*
Redial up to 10 of the last numbers called.
Register up to 5 handsets to a single base and register each handset with up to 4 different bases.
Make internal calls and transfer external calls between handsets.
Choose from 5 different ringer melodies for internal and external calls as well as numbers stored in
the phonebook.
*You must subscribe to your network provider’s Caller ID or Call Waiting service for these features to work. A
subscription fee may be payable.
Please note that this equipment is not designed for making emergency telephone calls when the power fails.
Alternative arrangements should be made for access to emergency services.
Need help?
If you have any problems setting up or using your D1, please contact Customer Services on
XXXX XXXX.
Alternatively, you may find the answer in the ‘Help’ section at the back of this guide.
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This User Guide provides you with all the information
you need to get the most from your phone.
Before you make your first call, you need to set up your phone.
Follow the simple instructions in ‘Getting Started’, on the next
few pages.
IMPORTANT
Only use the telephone line cord supplied.
This equipment is not designed for making emergency telephone calls when the power fails.
Alternative arrangements should be made for access to emergency services.
Got everything?
• D1 handset
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D1 base
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Quick start guide
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2 x AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries
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Power adaptor for the base
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Telephone line cord
If you have purchased a D1 multiple pack you will also have the following additional items:
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D1 handset & charger
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2 x AAA NiMH rechargeable batteries
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Power adaptor for the charger
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1. Getting started ................................................6
2. Getting to know your phone ..........................9
3. Using the phone............................................13
3.1 Switch the handset on / off ................................ 13
3.2 Calls................................................................... 13
3.2.1 Make a call ............................................ 13
3.2.2 Preparatory dialling ............................... 13
3.2.3 End a call .............................................. 13
3.2.4 Receive a call ........................................ 13
3.3 Adjust the earpiece volume ............................... 13
3.4 Secrecy.............................................................. 13
3.5 Intercom............................................................. 14
3.5.1 Make an internal call ............................. 14
3.5.2 Receive an internal call ......................... 14
3.5.3 Transfer a call ....................................... 14
3.5.4 3-way conference call ........................... 14
3.6 Redial ................................................................ 15
3.6.1 View or dial an entry ............................. 15
3.6.2 Copy a Redial list number to
the phonebook ...................................... 15
3.6.3 Delete an entry ...................................... 15
3.6.4 Delete the entire Redial list ................... 15
3.7 Lock/unlock the keypad ..................................... 15
3.8 Paging/Find handset.......................................... 16
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4. Phonebook .................................................... 16
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Store a name and number..................................16
View or dial an entry ...........................................17
Edit a name and number ....................................17
Delete an entry ...................................................18
5. Handset settings .......................................... 18
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
Handset ringer volume .......................................18
Handset ringer melody .......................................18
Auto answer .......................................................19
Handset name ....................................................19
Language ...........................................................19
Key beep ............................................................19
Battery low warning beep ...................................20
Out of range warning beep .................................20
Keypad lock using the menu ..............................20
6. Base settings ................................................ 21
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
Base ringer volume ............................................21
Base ringer melody ............................................21
Change base PIN code ......................................21
Dial mode ...........................................................21
Recall mode .......................................................22
Restore default settings......................................22
Emergency default .............................................22
Eco mode ...........................................................22
Default settings...................................................23
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7. Clock & alarm ............................................... 24
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Set the date........................................................ 24
Set the time ........................................................ 24
Set alarm............................................................ 24
Switch off alarm ring........................................... 24
8. Caller ID and the Calls list........................... 25
8.1 Caller ID ............................................................. 25
8.2 Calls list .............................................................. 25
8.2.1 View the Calls list .................................. 25
8.2.2 Dial a number in the Calls list ................ 26
8.2.3 Modify and dial a number in the
Calls list ................................................. 26
8.2.4 Copy a Calls list number to
the phonebook ....................................... 26
8.2.5 Delete an entry ...................................... 27
8.2.6 Delete the entire Calls list ...................... 27
9. Using additional handsets .......................... 27
9.1 Registering an additional handset ...................... 27
9.2 Register a different make of handset to
your D1 base...................................................... 28
9.3 Select a base ..................................................... 28
9.4 De-register a handset......................................... 29
10. Help ............................................................... 29
11. General information..................................... 31
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1. Getting started
WARNING
Do not place your D1 in the bathroom or other humid areas.
Location
You need to place your D1 base within 2 metres of the mains
power and telephone wall sockets so that the cables will
reach. The socket-outlet shall be installed near the
equipment and shall be easily accessible.
Make sure that it is at least 1 metre away from other
electrical appliances to avoid interference. Your D1 works by
sending radio signals between the handset and base. The
strength of the signal depends on where you place the base.
Placing it as high as possible ensures the best signal.
HANDSET RANGE
The unit has a range of up to 300 metres outdoors when there
is a clear line of sight between the base and handset. Any
obstruction between the base and handset will reduce the
range significantly. With the base indoors and the handset
either indoors or outdoors, the range will normally be up to 50
metres. Thick concrete walls can severely affect the range.
SIGNAL STRENGTH
The
icon on your handset indicates that you are within
range of the base. When out of range of the base, the
icon flashes. If you are on a call, you will hear a warning
beep.
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The line will hang up if the handset moves out of range of the
base. Move closer to the base. The handset will
automatically reconnect to the base.
Setting up
IMPORTANT
The base station must be plugged into the mains power at all
times. Do not connect the telephone line cord into the wall
socket until the handset is fully charged. Use only the power
adaptor and telephone line cord supplied with the product.
WHICH POWER ADAPTOR?
The power adaptor with a clear connecter is for the base unit
and the power adaptor with a red colour connecter is for the
charger unit (for multi-pack only).
Connecting the base
1. Plug the telephone line cord into the socket marked
on the underside of the base.
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2. Plug the power adaptor with clear connecter into the
on the underside of the base and
socket marked
plug the other end into the mains power wall socket.
Switch on the mains power.
Installing and charging the handset
Remove the battery cover from the back of the handset and
insert the 2 x AAA NiMH rechargeble batteries supplied.
Please note the ’+’ and ’-’ markings inside the battery
compartment and insert in the correct direction.
3. Slide the battery cover back into place.
4. If you are charging the batteries for the first time, place
the handset on the base to charge for at least 24 hours
continuously.
5. When the handset is fully charged,
icon will
appear steadily on the display. Plug the other end of the
telephone line cord (make sure that one end is already
plugged into the base) into the telephone wall socket.
Connecting the handset and charger
(for multi-pack only)
If you have purchased a multiple pack, you will need to carry
out this process for all the handsets and chargers.
1. Plug the power adaptor with red connecter into the
socket marked
on the underside of the charger
and plug the other end into the mains power wall socket.
Getting started
2. Remove the battery cover from the back of the handset
and insert the 2 x AAA NiMH rechargeble batteries
supplied. Please note the ’+’ and ’-’ markings inside the
battery compartment and insert in the correct direction.
3. Slide the battery cover back into place.
4. If you are charging the batteries for the first time, place
the handset on the charger to charge for at least 24
hours continuously.
5. When the handset is fully charged,
icon will
appear steadily on the display.
The display will show the time and handset number
(e.g. 2) to indicate that it is registered to the base.
IMPORTANT
Warning! Use only the approved rechargeable Ni-MH battery
cells (2 x AAA Ni-MH 550mA rechargeable batteries)
supplied with your D1.
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BATTERY LOW WARNING
If
icon flashes on the display and you hear a warning
beep every minute during a call, you will need to recharge
the handset before you can use it again.
Date and time
When charging,
If you do not have Caller ID service, you can set the date and
time manually.
icon will scroll on the display.
BATTERY PERFORMANCE
In ideal conditions, fully charged batteries should give up to
12 hours talk time and up to 250 hours standby time on a
single charge*.
Note that new batteries do not reach their full capacity until
they have been put to normal use for several days.
To keep your batteries in the best condition, leave the
handset off the base for a few hours at a time.
Running the batteries right down at least once a week will
help them last as long as possible.
The charge capacity of rechargeable batteries will reduce
with time as they wear out, giving the handset less talk/
standby time. Eventually they will need to be replaced.
After charging your handset for the first time, subsequent
charging time is about 6–8 hours a day. Batteries and
handset may become warm during charging. This is normal.
If you have subscribed to Caller ID Service, the date and
time is set automatically for all handsets when you receive
your first call.
Set the date manually
1. Press m, scroll d to DATE-TIME and press m.
The display shows DATE SET.
2. Press m to select.
3. Enter the date (e.g. 12--08 for 12th of August) and press
m to confirm.
Set the time manually
1. Press m, scroll d to DATE-TIME and press m.
2. Scroll d to CLOCK SET and pressm.
3. Enter the time in 24 hour format (e.g. 18--30 for 6:30pm)
and press m to confirm.
Your D1 is now ready for use.
* All talk and standby times are approximate and depend on
features selected and usage pattern.
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2. Getting to know your phone
Overview of your handset
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A
B
C
Talk / End call
D
Menu / OK
E
F
G
H
I
Getting to know your phone
Earpiece
Display
See page 10 for an overview of the display icons.
Press to make, receive and end calls, page 13.
Press to open the Menu, page 11.
Press to select menu options and to confirm a displayed option.
Calls list / Up
In standby mode, press to open the calls list, page 15.
During a call, press to increase earpiece volume, page 13.
When the phone is ringing, press to increase the handset
ringer volume, page 18.
Press to scroll through the menu options, calls list and
phonebook entries.
Calls list / Down
In standby mode, press to open the calls list, page 25.
During a call, press to decrease earpiece volume, page 13.
When the phone is ringing, press to decrease the handset
ringer volume, page 18.
Press to scroll through the menu options, calls list and
phonebook entries.
Intercom
Used to make internal calls and transfer calls to other D1
handsets registered to the base, page 14.
Recall / Power on/off
Use with switchboard/PABX services and some network
services.
Press and hold to switch the handset on/off, page 13.
* / Keypad lock
Press and hold to lock the keypad, page 15.
To unlock, press any key and follow the on screen instructions.
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Redial / Pause
Press to view the redial list. Press and hold to insert a pause
(P) during pre-dialling.
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Display icons
Flashes to indicate an incoming external call
K
Phonebook / Exit
In standby mode, press to open the phonebook menu, page 16.
When viewing the redial/calls list or when editing, press to
exit and return to standby.
External call in progress
L
Secrecy / Clear / Back
Internal call in progress
During a call, press to switch Secrecy on/off, page 13.
In menu mode, press to return to previous menu or press
and hold to return to standby.
In editing mode, press to delete characters and digits.
When viewing the redial/calls list, press to delete the
displayed entry or press and hold to delete all entries.
Handset LCD Display
Eco mode
Circle
around
appears
when Eco
mode is ON
Battery
status
Scrolls
when
charging
Flashes to indicate an incoming internal call
3-way call in progress or transfer an external call to
another D1 handset registered to the base
Eco mode is ON
Flashes to indicate new voicemail messages received
Off when you have no voicemail messages
Indicates signal strength
Flashes when handset is not registered to the base
or if you go out of range
Menu is opened
Phonebook is opened
Flashes to indicate new calls list entries received*
Time or Handset name
In standby mode, press and hold 0 to switch
handset idle screen between handset name or time.
Answered call (when viewing the Calls list)*
Unanswered call (when viewing the Calls list)*
Keypad is locked
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Displayed number is longer than 12 digits
The approximate power levels of your battery are indicated
as follows:
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A
Paging Key
In standby mode, press to ring the handset(s), page 16.
Press and hold to enter registration mode when registering
handsets, page 27.
Battery is fully charged
Navigating the menus
Battery is partially charged
Your D1 has an easy to use menu system.
Battery is running low
Flashes when battery is almost fully discharged
Each menu has a list of options, which you can see on the
menu map on the following page.
* For this feature to work, you must subscribe to Caller ID
Service from your network operator. A subscription fee may
be payable.
Overview of the base
When the handset is switched on and in standby:
1. Press m to open the main menu.
2. Then use u or d buttons to scroll through the
available options.
3. Press m to select an option.
To return to the previous menu level, press n.
To exit the menu and return to standby, press and hold
n.
NOTE
If no buttons are pressed for 30 seconds, the handset
returns to standby automatically.
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Menu map
PHONEBOOK
SETUP
HANDSET
DATE - TIME
REGISTER
ADD ENTRY
MODIFY ENTRY
DELETE ENTRY
BASE VOLUME
BASE MELODY
DEL HANDSET
PIN CODE
DIAL MODE
RECALL
DEFAULT
ECO MODE
BEEP
INT RING VOL
EXT RING VOL
INT MELODY
EXT MELODY
AUTO ANSWER
NAME
LANGUAGE
KEYLOCK ?
DATE SET
CLOCK SET
ALARM SET
SELECT BASE
REG BASE
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3. Using the phone
NOTE
Your handset will automatically time the duration of all
external calls. The call timer will display after the first 15
seconds of your call. When the call ends, the total duration
of your talk time is shown for 5 seconds.
3.1
Switch the handset on / off
Press < to switch the handset on or off.
3.2
Calls
3.2.1
Make a call
1. Press <.
2. When you hear the dial tone, dial the number.
3.2.2
Preparatory dialling
1. Dial the number first. If you make a mistake press n
to delete the last digit.
2. Press < to dial.
NOTE
If the number dialled matches an entry in the phonebook, the
name is displayed.
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3.2.3
End a call
3.2.4
Receive a call
Press <, or place the handset back on the base or charger.
When you receive an external call, the phone rings and
icon flashes on the display.
1. Press < to answer the call, or simply lift up the
handset to answer the call.
NOTE
If you prefer to press < when you lift up the handset to
answer a call, you will need to switch Auto answer off, see
page 19.
3.3
Adjust the earpiece volume
3.4
Secrecy
During a call, press u or d to increase or decrease the
volume.
You can mute your handset so that you can talk to someone
nearby without your caller hearing.
1. During a call, press n. The display shows MUTE and
your caller cannot hear you.
2. Press n again to resume your call.
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3.5
Intercom
3.5.1
Make an internal call
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If you have more than one handset registered to the base,
you can make internal calls between two handsets.
icon is displayed to indicate an internal call.
1. Press I followed by the number (1-5) of the handset
you want to call.
3.5.2
Receive an internal call
When you receive an internal call,
icon flashes and the
handset number that is calling you is displayed.
1. Press < to answer the call.
3.5.3
Transfer a call
You can transfer an external call to another handset
registered to the base.
During an external call:
1. Press I followed by the handset number (1-5) that
you want to transfer to.
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TIP
If there is no answer from the other handset and you wish to
return to your external caller, press I.
Your external call resumes automatically after 30 seconds if
there is no answer.
3.5.4
3-way conference call
You can hold a 3-way conference call between 2 internal
callers and 1 external caller.
During a call with an external caller:
1. Press I followed by the handset number (1-5) that
you want to establish a conference call.
2. When the other handset answers, press # to connect
all three callers to begin the conference call.
icon is displayed.
3. If there is no answer from the other handset, press I
to return to your external caller.
4. Press < to end the call.
2. When the other handset answers, press < to
complete the transfer.
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Redial
The last 10 entries dialled are stored in the redial list.
3.6.1
View or dial an entry
1. Press S to open the Redial list.
2. Scroll u or d to the entry you want.
3. Press < to dial the displayed entry or press n to
return to standby.
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7. Press u or d to select the ringer melody you want and
press m. The number is stored.
NOTE
See “ENTERING NAMES” and “WRITING TIPS” on
page 17.
3.6.3
Delete an entry
1. Press S to open the Redial list.
TIP
If the caller’s number exactly matches an entry stored in the
2. Scroll u or d to the entry you want and press n.
The display shows DELETE ?.
caller’s number.
3.6.4
3.6.2
2. Press and hold n.
The display shows DELETE ALL ?.
phonebook, the name is displayed. Press m to see the
Copy a Redial list number to the phonebook
1. Press S to open the Redial list.
2. Scroll u or d to the entry you want.
3. Press m.
The display shows ADD ?.
4. Press m again.
The display shows NAME ?.
5. Enter the name and press m. The number is
displayed.
6. Edit the number if necessary, then press m.
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3. Press m to confirm or n to cancel.
Delete the entire Redial list
1. Press S to open the Redial list.
3. Press m to confirm or n to cancel.
3.7
Lock/unlock the keypad
You can lock the keypad so that it cannot be operated
accidentally while carrying it around.
NOTE
When the keypad is locked, you can still answer incoming
calls and operate the handset as normal. When the call
ends, the keypad lock comes on again.
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1. Press and hold *.
icon is displayed.
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4. Phonebook
2. To unlock the keypad, press any key on your handset.
The display shows PRESS *.
3. Press * within 3 seconds.
You can store up to 50 names and numbers in the
phonebook. Names can be up to 12 characters long and
numbers up to 24 digits. You can also select different ringer
melodies for the phonebook entries.
3.8
4.1
Paging/Find handset
You can alert a handset user that they are wanted or locate
a missing handset.
Paging calls cannot be answered by a handset.
1. Press a on the base. All handsets registered to the
base will ring.
2. To stop the ringing, press a on the base again or
press any button on the handset.
Store a name and number
If you have subscribed to Caller ID Service and wish to
display the name of your caller instead of the number, save
the full telephone number including the area code to your
phonebook.
You can store multiple entries with the same number.
However, to prevent unnecessary duplicated entries, you
can only store the same name once.
1. Press m.
The display shows PHONEBOOK.
2. Press m to select.
The display shows ADD ENTRY.
3. Press m to select.
The display shows NAME ?.
4. Enter the name and press m.
The display shows NUMBER ?.
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5. Enter the number and press m.
The display shows MELODY 1.
6. Press u or d to select the ringer melody you want and
press m.
The display shows ADD ENTRY.
7. Enter the next name and number entry that you wish to
store in your phonebook or press n twice to return to
standby.
ENTERING NAMES
Use the keypad letters to enter names, e.g. to store TOM:
Press 8 once to enter T.
Press 6 three times to enter O.
Press 6 once to enter M.
WRITING TIPS
Press n to delete the last character or digit.
Press u or d to move between characters/digits.
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2. Scroll u or d to the entry you want.
OR
Enter the first letter of the name to search alphabetically.
The first name that starts with this letter or the nearest
letter in the alphabet will be displayed.
Scroll u or d to the entry you want.
3. Press < to dial or n to return to standby.
TIP
When the name is displayed, you can switch between the
name and number by pressing m.
4.3
Edit a name and number
1. Press m.
The display shows PHONEBOOK.
2. Press m to select.
3. Scroll d to MODIFY ENTRY and press m .
Press 1 to insert a space.
4. Scroll u or d to the entry you want to edit, or search
4.2
5. Press n to delete the name if required, then enter
the new name and press m.
The existing number is displayed.
Use 1 twice to insert a dash.
View or dial an entry
1. Press B.
icon is displayed.
Phonebook
alphabetically and press m.
The existing name is displayed.
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6. Press n to delete the number if required, then enter
the new number and press m.
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5. Handset settings
7. Scroll u or d to select a new ringer melody and press
m.
The display shows ADD ENTRY.
5.1
8. Enter the next name and number entry you wish to store in
your phonebook or press n twice to return to standby.
1. Press m, scroll d to HANDSET and press m.
4.4
Delete an entry
Handset ringer volume
You can adjust the ring volume and set different volume
levels for your internal and external calls. Choose from 5
volume levels or Off.
2. Press u or d to select INT RING VOL or EXT RING VOL and
press m.
1. Press m.
The display shows PHONEBOOK.
3. Press u or d to select the volume (1 - 5 or OFF) .
3. Scroll d to DELETE ENTRY and press m.
TIP
When the phone is ringing, you can adjust the ringer volume
by pressing u or d.
2. Press m to select.
4. Scroll u or d to the entry you want to delete, or search
alphabetically and press m.
The display shows CONFIRM ?.
5. Press m to confirm or n to cancel.
4. Press m to confirm or n to return to the previous
menu.
5.2
Handset ringer melody
You can set different ringer melodies for your internal and
external calls. Choose from 5 different ringer melodies.
You will hear a sample ring as you scroll to each ring melody.
1. Press m, scroll d to HANDSET and press m.
2. Press u or d to select INT MELODY or EXT MELODY and
press m.
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3. Press u or d to select the ringer melody (1 - 10).
2. Scroll d to NAME and press m.
NOTE
Calls from the numbers that you have stored in the
phonebook will ring using the ringer melody you have set
when you store the entry.
NOTE
The handset name will only be displayed for approximately 20
seconds when no button is pressed. If you make a mistake,
press n to delete the last character or digit.
5.3
See “ENTERING NAMES” and “WRITING TIPS” on
page 17.
4. Press m to confirm or n to return to the previous
menu.
Auto answer
Your phone is set to answer calls by lifting the handset off the
base or charger. You can switch this feature off so that calls
can only be answered by pressing <.
1. Press m, scroll d to HANDSET and press m.
2. Scroll d to AUTO ANSWER and press m.
3. Press u or d to select ON or OFF and press m to
confirm.
5.4
Handset name
If you are using more than one handset with your D1 base,
you can set a personalized name for each handset to easily
distinguish between them.
A name can be up to 10 characters long.
1. Press m, scroll d to HANDSET and press m.
Handset settings
3. Enter the new handset name and press m to
confirm.
5.5
Language
1. Press m, scroll d to HANDSET and press m.
2. Scroll d to LANGUAGE and press m.
3. Press u or d to select your preferred language and
press m to confirm.
5.6
Key beep
When you press a button on the handset keypad, you will
hear a beep. You can switch these beeps on or off.
1. Press m, scroll d to HANDSET and press m.
The display shows BEEP.
2. Press m to select.
The display shows KEYTONE.
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3. Press m to select.
4. Press u or d to select ON or OFF and press m to
confirm.
5.7
Battery low warning beep
When the battery is almost fully discharged, you will hear a
warning beep every minute during a call. You can switch
these beeps on or off.
1. Press m, scroll d to HANDSET and press m.
The display shows BEEP.
2. Press m to select.
3. Scroll d to LOW BATTERY and press m.
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4. Press u or d to select ON or OFF and press m to
confirm.
5.9
Keypad lock using the menu
You can use the menu to lock the keypad.
1. Press m, scroll d to HANDSET and press m.
2. Scroll d to KEYLOCK ? and press m to confirm.
icon is displayed.
TIP
To unlock the keypad, press any button on the keypad, then
press * within 3 seconds.
4. Press u or d to select ON or OFF and press m to
confirm.
5.8
Out of range warning beep
If the handset goes out of range, you will hear warning beeps
during a call. You can switch these beeps on or off.
1. Press m, scroll d to HANDSET and press m.
The display shows BEEP.
2. Press m to select.
3. Scroll d to OUT RANGE and press m.
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6. Base settings
6.1
Base ringer volume
Choose from 5 volume levels or Off.
1. Press m, scroll d to SETUP and press m.
The display shows BASE VOLUME.
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6.3
Change base PIN code
Some functions are protected by a 4 digit PIN code which
must be entered if you want to change the settings. The
default PIN is 0000. You can change this to your own
preferred number.
When you enter a PIN, the digits are shown as ****.
2. Press m.
1. Press m, scroll d to SETUP and press m.
4. Press m to confirm or n to return to the previous
menu.
3. Enter the 4 digit PIN code (default = 0000) and press
m.
3. Press u or d to select the volume (1 - 5 or OFF).
6.2
Base ringer melody
Choose from 5 different base ringer melodies.
You will hear a sample ring as you scroll to each ringer
melody.
1. Press m, scroll d to SETUP and press m.
2. Scroll d to BASE MELODY and press m.
3. Press u or d to select the ringer melody (1 - 5).
4. Press m to confirm or n to return to the previous
menu.
2. Scroll d to PIN CODE and press m.
4. Re-enter the new PIN again and press m to confirm.
IMPORTANT
If you change the PIN code, please keep a record of the new
number.
6.4
Dial mode
Your D1 is set to tone dialling. You should only need to
change this if connected to an older type of switchboard/PBX
which requires Pulse dialling.
1. Press m, scroll d to SETUP and press m.
2. Scroll d to DIAL MODE and press m.
3. Press u or d to select TONE DIAL or PULSE DIAL and
press m to confirm.
Base settings
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Recall mode
Depending on your country and network operator, your D1
has the recall time set as 100 ms (RECALL 1). It is unlikely
that you need to change this setting unless advised to do so.
1. Press m, scroll d to SETUP and press m.
2. Scroll d to RECALL and press m.
3. Press u or d to select RECALL 1 (short flash time) or
RECALL 2 (long flash time) and press m to confirm.
6.6
Restore default settings
You can restore your D1 to its default (original) settings.
All the handsets that are registered to the base will be
retained.
WARNING
Resetting your phone to its default settings will delete all
entries in the Phonebook and Calls list. All handset and base
settings will also be reset.
1. Press m, scroll d to SETUP and press m.
2. Scroll d to DEFAULT and press m.
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4. Press m to confirm or n to return to the previous
menu. Your D1 will restart automatically.
6.7
Emergency default
If you have lost your PIN code, you can still restore your D1
to its default settings.
1. Remove the batteries from the handset.
2. Press and hold * while replacing the batteries.
The display shows DEFAULT.
3. Press m to confirm. Your D1 will restart
automatically.
6.8
Eco mode
Your D1 offers ECO mode function which reduces the
transmitted power and energy consumption when switched
on. This feature is set to OFF by default.
To switch Eco mode on:
1. Press m, scroll d to SETUP and press m.
2. Scroll d to ECO MODE and press m.
3. Enter the 4 digit PIN code (default = 0000) and press
m.
The display shows CONFIRM ?.
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3. Press u or d to select ON or OFF and press m to
confirm.
Eco mode
ON
When Eco mode is switched off, the circle around
disappears.
NOTE
When ECO mode is set to ON, the handset range will be
reduced.
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6.9
Default settings
Low battery beeps
ON
Out of range warning beeps
ON
Key beep
ON
Auto answer
ON
Internal melody
1
Internal volume
3
External melody
3
External volume
3
Ear volume
3
Base melody
2
Base ringer volume
3
Phonebook
Empty
Calls list
Empty
Redial list
Empty
PIN code
0000
Dial mode
Tone
Recall mode
RECALL 1 (100 ms)
Eco mode
OFF
Keypad lock
OFF
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7. Clock & alarm
7.3
If you have subscribed to Caller ID Service, the date and
time will be set on all your handsets whenever a call is
received. You can also manually set the date and time on the
individual handsets.
1. Press m, scroll d to DATE-TIME and press m.
7.1
Set the date
1. Press m, scroll d to DATE-TIME and press m.
The display shows DATE SET.
2. Press m to select.
3. Enter the date (e.g. 12--08 for 12th of August) and press
m to confirm.
7.2
Set the time
1. Press m, scroll d to DATE-TIME and press m.
Set alarm
Each handset can have a different alarm setting.
2. Scroll d to ALARM SET and press m.
3. Press u or d to select ON or OFF and press m to
confirm.
4. If you select ON, enter the time in 24 hour format (e.g.
07--30 for 7:30am) and press m to confirm.
7.4
Switch off alarm ring
When the alarm sounds, press any button to switch it off.
NOTE
If you are using the handset to make a call when the alarm
ring is due, you will hear a beep in the earpiece.
2. Scroll d to CLOCK SET and press m.
3. Enter the time in 24 hour format (e.g. 18--30 for 6:30pm)
and press m to confirm.
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8. Caller ID and the Calls list
IMPORTANT
To use Caller ID, you must first subscribe to the service from
your network provider. A subscription fee may be payable.
To ensure that the caller's name is displayed, make sure you
have stored the full telephone number, including the area
code in the phonebook.
If the caller’s number is stored in the phonebook, the name
assigned to it will be displayed.
If the call is a withheld call, WITHHELD will be displayed.
If the number is unavailable, UNAVAILABLE will be displayed.
If the call is from an international number, INTERNATIONAL will
be displayed.
If the call is from the operator, OPERATOR will be displayed.
If the call is from a payphone, PAYPHONE will be displayed.
If the call is from a ringback request, RINGBACK will be displayed.
8.1
Caller ID
If you have subscribed to a Caller ID Service, you will be able
to see your caller’s number on your handset (provided it is
not withheld) prior to answering the call. The display can
show the first 12 digits or characters of the phone numbers
and names.
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If your caller’s name and number are stored in the
phonebook and a name/number match is found, you will see
the caller’s name on the display instead.
8.2
Calls list
The Calls list stores details of your last 40 received calls,
including the phone number and date and time of the call.
The Calls list also alerts you when you have unanswered calls.
The caller’s details are stored in the Calls list whether or not
you have answered the call. The list is shared by all
handsets registered to the base. When the list is full, and a
new call is received, the oldest entry will be deleted
automatically.
When a new call is received in the Calls list,
icon will
flash on the display in standby mode to alert you. When you
have viewed the new call,
icon disappears but
icon
will remain.
8.2.1
View the Calls list
1. Press d to open the Calls list. If there are no calls in the
list, the display shows EMPTY.
2. Press u or d to scroll through the list.
icon is displayed as you
• If the call was answered,
scroll to the entry. If the call was unanswered,
icon
is displayed as you scroll to the entry. When you reach
the end of the list, the handset will beep.
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• If the caller’s number exactly matches an entry
stored in the phonebook, the display will alternate
between the name and the number. Press m to
see the caller’s number.
• If the telephone number is longer than 12 digits,
icon is displayed. Press m to see the
remaining digits.
• Press m again to see the time and date of the
call.
• Press m again to access the option to store the
entry in your phonebook.
8.2.2
Dial a number in the Calls list
1. Press d to open the Calls list.
2. Scroll u or d to the entry you want.
3. Press < to dial the displayed entry.
8.2.3
Modify and dial a number in the Calls list
1. Press d to open the Calls list.
2. Scroll u or d to the entry you want.
3. Press m repeatedly until the display shows MODIFY
ENTRY ?.
4. Press m again. The display shows NUMBER.
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5. Press u or d to move the cursor to edit or delete
number.
6. Press Digit key to input a number or n to delete a
number.
7. Press < to dial out using the modified number.
NOTE
The edited entry cannot be saved in the Calls list.
8.2.4
Copy a Calls list number to the phonebook
1. Press d to open the Calls list.
2. Scroll u or d to the entry you want.
3. Press m repeatedly until the display shows ADD ?.
4. Press m again.
The display shows NAME ?.
5. Enter the name and press m.
The number is displayed.
6. Edit the number if necessary, then press m.
7. Press u or d to select the ringer melody you want and
press m. The number is stored.
NOTE
See “ENTERING NAMES” and “WRITING TIPS” on
page 17.
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Delete an entry
1. Press d to open the Calls list.
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9. Using additional handsets
2. Scroll u or d to the entry you want and press n.
The display shows DELETE ?.
You can register up to five handsets to your D1 base to
extend your phone system without having to install extension
sockets for each new phone.
8.2.6
Each D1 handset can be registered with up to four bases.
You can then select the base you prefer to use.
3. Press m to confirm or n to cancel.
Delete the entire Calls list
1. Press d to open the Calls list.
2. Press and hold n.
The display shows DELETE ALL ?.
3. Press m to confirm or n to cancel.
If you have purchased a D1 multiple pack, all additional
handsets come pre-registered to the base.
If you have purchased an additional handset separately, you
must register it to your D1 base before it can be used.
9.1
Registering an additional handset
NOTE
Handset batteries must be fully charged before you start to
register. Hold your handset close to the base during the
registration process.
Handsets that were supplied with your D1 base are already
pre-registered.
On the base:
1. Press and hold a for 3 seconds until you hear two
beeps. The base will remain in registration mode for 90
seconds.
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On the handset:
9.2
2. Scroll d to REG BASE and press m.
IMPORTANT
DECT GAP Profile only guarantees that basic calling
functions will work correctly between different makes/types
of handset and base. There is a possibility that certain
devices such as Caller ID will not work correctly.
1. Press m, scroll d to REGISTER and press m.
3. Enter the base number (1 - 4).
The base numbers that are already in use flashes. The
display shows SEARCHING....
4. When the handset finds the base signal, the display
shows SEARCHING...X, where X indicates the base
identification number.
5. The display will ask for the PIN to be entered. Enter the
4 digit PIN code (default = 0000) and press m.
You will hear a beep if the registration is successful.
The handset is automatically assigned an available
handset number. Use this number when making
internal calls.
NOTE
If registration is not successful the first time, please repeat
the process again in case the base registration period ran
out of time. If the base is not found after a few seconds, the
handset returns to standby. Try registering again.
If there are already 5 handsets registered to the base, the
registration will fail. You must de-register another handset
before you can register a new one.
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Register a different make of handset
to your D1 base
On the base:
1. Press and hold a for 3 seconds until you hear two
beeps. The base will remain in registration mode for 90
seconds.
On the handset:
Follow the registration instructions given in your handset’s
user guide.
9.3
Select a base
If your D1 handset is registered to more than one base (e.g.
one at work and one at home), you can select which base to
use.
Each handset can be registered with up to four bases.
1. Press m, scroll d to REGISTER and press m.
The display shows SELECT BASE .
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2. Press m. All the bases that your handset has been
registered to will be displayed, e.g. BASE 1 2 3 4. The
currently selected base number flashes.
3. Enter the base number that you want to use.
Alternatively, press u or d to scroll to AUTO.
4. Press m to confirm. You will hear a confirmation
beep and the display will return to the previous menu.
TIP
If you select AUTO, your handset will automatically search for
and connect to the base with the strongest signal.
9.4
De-register a handset
Use one handset to de-register another. You cannot
de-register the handset that you are using.
1. Press m, scroll d to SETUP and press m.
2. Scroll d to DEL HANDSET and press m.
3. Enter the 4 digit PIN code (default = 0000) and press
m.
4. Enter the handset number that you want to de-register.
You will hear a confirmation beep and the display will
return to the previous menu.
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10. Help
No dial tone
• Use only the telephone line cord supplied.
• Check that the telephone line cord is connected properly.
• Check that the mains power is connected properly and
switched on.
No display
• Check that the batteries are inserted correctly and fully
charged. Use only approved rechargeable batteries
supplied.
• Check that the handset is switched on. Press and hold <.
• Reset the base by removing the batteries and
disconnecting the mains power. Wait for around 15
seconds before connecting it again. Allow up to one
minute for the handset and base to synchronize.
icon flashes
• Handset is out of range. Move closer to the base.
• Make sure that the handset is registered to the base, see
page 27.
• Check that the mains power is connected properly and
switched on.
Keypad does not seem to work
• Check that the keypad lock is not on, see page 15.
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icon is not scrolling during charge
• Adjust the handset slightly on the base.
• Clean the charging contacts with a cloth moistened with
alcohol.
• Check that the mains power is connected properly and
switched on.
• The battery is full. When the handset is fully charged,
icon will appear steadily on the display.
No Caller ID
• Check your subscription with your network operator, see
page 25.
• The caller may have withheld their number.
• The record cannot be found in your phonebook. Check
that you have the correct name/number stored in your
phonebook, with the full area code.
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• Check that you are at least one metre away from other
electrical equipment to avoid interference when
registering.
Handset does not ring
• The handset ringer volume may be set to Off, see
page 18.
Base unit does not ring
• The base ringer volume may be set to Off, see page 21.
Noise interference on my phone or on other
electrical equipment nearby
• Place your D1 at least one metre away from electrical
appliances or any metal obstructions to avoid any risk of
interference.
I have forgotten my PIN!
• Restore your D1 to its default settings, see “6.7
Emergency default”, page 22.
Cannot register a handset to the base
• You can register up to a maximum of 5 handsets to a D1
base. You must de-register a handset in order to register
a new one, see page 29.
• Check that you have entered the correct PIN code
(default = 0000).
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11. General information
IMPORTANT
This equipment is not designed to make emergency telephone
calls when the power fails. Alternative arrangements should be
made for access to emergency services.
This product is intended for connection to analogue public
switched telephone networks and private switchboards in
the United Kingdom.
Important safety instructions
Follow these safety precautions when using your phone to
reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to persons
or property:
1. Keep all slits and openings of the phone unblocked. Do
not set the phone on a heating register or over a
radiator. Ensure that proper ventilation is provided at the
installation site.
2. Do not use while wet or while standing in water.
3. Do not use this product near water (for example, near a
bath tub, kitchen sink, or swimming pool).
4. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Place
the power cord so that it will not be walked on.
5. Never insert objects of any kind into the product vents
as that may result in fire or electric shock.
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6. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning.
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a
damp cloth for cleaning.
7. Do not disassemble this product. If service or repair
work is required, contact the customer service helpline
found in this user's Guide.
8. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords.
9. Avoid using during an electrical storm. Use a surge
protector to protect the equipment.
10. Do not use this phone to report a gas leak, especially if
you are in the vicinity of the gas line.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of fire, use only the supplied power
adaptor.
Unplug this cordless phone immediately
from an outlet if:
• The power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
• Liquid has been spilled on the product.
• The product has been exposed to rain or water. Do not
retrieve the handset or base until after you have
unplugged the power and phone from the wall. Then
retrieve the unit by the unplugged cords.
• The product has been dropped or the cabinet has been
damaged.
• The product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
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Installation Guidelines
1. Read and understand all instructions and save them for
future reference.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the
product.
3. Do not install this product near a bath tub, sink, or
shower.
4. Operate this phone using only the power source that is
indicated on the marking label. If you are unsure of the
power supply to your home, consult with your dealer or
local power company.
5. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or
table. This product may fall, causing serious damage to
the product.
6. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the
operating instructions. Improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often require
extensive work to restore the product to normal
operation.
7. Clean this product with a soft, damp cloth. Do not use
chemicals or cleaning agents to clean this phone.
8. Use only the power supply that came with this unit.
Using other power supplies may damage the unit.
9. Because this phone operates on electricity, you should
have at least one phone in your home that could operate
without electricity in the case the power in your home
goes out.
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10. To avoid interference to nearby appliances, do not place
the base of the phone on or near a TV, microwave oven,
or VCR.
Battery Safety Instructions
• Do not burn, disassemble, mutilate, or puncture the
battery. The battery contains toxic materials that could be
released, resulting in injury.
CAUTION
There is a risk of explosion if you replace the battery with an
incorrect battery type. Use only the battery pack that came
with your phone or an authorized replacement
recommended by the manufacturer.
• Keep battery packs out of the reach of children.
• Remove battery packs if storing over 30 days.
• Do not dispose of battery packs in fire, which could result
in explosion.
• The rechargeable battery packs that power this product
must be disposed of properly and may need to be
recycled. Refer to your battery’s label for battery type.
Contact your local recycling center for proper disposal
methods.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Cleaning
• Clean the handset and base (or charger) with a damp
(not wet) cloth, or an anti-static wipe.
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• Never use household polish as this will damage the
product. Never use a dry cloth as this may cause static
shock.
your local authority’s recycling processes. For more
information, please contact your local authority or the retailer
where the product was purchased.
Environmental
Product disposal instructions for business users
• Do not expose to direct sunlight.
• The handset may become warm when the batteries are
being charged or during prolonged periods of use. This is
normal. However, we recommend that to avoid damage,
do not place the product on antique/veneered wood.
• Do not place your product on carpets or other surfaces
which generate fibres, or place it in locations preventing
the free flow of air over its surfaces.
• Do not submerge any part of your product in water and
do not use it in damp or humid conditions, such as
bathrooms.
• Do not expose your product to fire, explosives or other
hazardous conditions.
• There is a slight chance that your phone could be
damaged by an electrical storm. We recommend that you
unplug the power and telephone line cord during an
electrical storm.
Business users should contact their suppliers and check the
terms and conditions of the purchase contract and ensure
that this product is not mixed with other commercial waste
for disposal.
Consumer Products and Accessories
Warranty
Thank you for purchasing this Motorola branded product
manufactured under license by Suncorp Technologies
Limited, 3001-3005 China Resources Building, 26 Harbour
Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. ("Suncorp")
What Does this Warranty Cover?
Product disposal instructions
Subject to the exclusions contained below, SUNCORP
TECHNOLOGIES LTD. warrants that this Motorola branded
product ("Product") or certified accessory ("Accessory") sold
for use with this product that it manufactured to be free from
defects in materials and workmanship under normal
consumer usage for the period outlined below. This Limited
Warranty is your exclusive warranty and is not transferable.
Product disposal instructions for residential users
Who is covered?
When you have no further use for it, please remove any
batteries and dispose of them and the product according to
General information
This warranty extends only to the first consumer purchaser,
and is not transferable.
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What will SUNCORP TECHNOLOGIES LTD do?
SUNCORP TECHNOLOGIES LTD or its authorized distributor
at its option and within a commercially reasonable time, will at
no charge repair or replace any Products or Accessories that
does not conform to this limited warranty. We may use
functionally equivalent reconditioned/ refurbished/ pre-owned
or new Products, Accessories or parts.
What Other Limitations Are There?
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, OTHERWISE THE REPAIR OR
REPLACEMENT PROVIDED UNDER THIS EXPRESS
LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF
THE CONSUMER, AND IS PROVIDED IN LIEU OF ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OF IMPLIED. IN NO
EVENT SHALL MOTOROLA OR SUNCORP
TECHNOLOGIES LTD BE LIABLE, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE) FOR
DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE
PRODUCT OR ACCESSORY, OR FOR ANY INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
OF ANY KIND, OR LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFITS, LOSS
OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF INFORMATION OR OTHER
FINANCIAL LOSS ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION
WITH THE ABILITY OR INABILITY TO USE THE
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PRODUCTS OR ACCESSORIES TO THE FULL EXTENT
THESE DAMAGES MAY BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW.
Some jurisdictions do not allow the limitation or exclusion of
incidental or consequential damages, or limitation on the
length of an implied warranty, so the above limitations or
exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you
specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that
vary from one jurisdiction to another.
Products Covered
Consumer Products
Length of Coverage
Two (2) years from the date of
the products original purchase
by the first consumer purchaser
of the product.
Consumer Accessories Ninety (90) days from the date
(battery, power supply(s) of the accessories original
and line cords)
purchase by the first consumer
purchaser of the product.
Consumer Products and The balance of the original
Accessories that are
warranty or for ninety (90)
Repaired or Replaced
days from the date returned to
the consumer, whichever is
longer.
Exclusions
Normal Wear and Tear. Periodic maintenance, repair and
replacement of parts due to normal wear and tear are
excluded from coverage.
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Batteries. Only batteries whose fully charged capacity falls
below 80% of their rated capacity and batteries that leak are
covered by this limited warranty.
Abuse & Misuse. Defects or damage that result from: (a)
improper operation, storage, misuse or abuse, accident or
neglect, such as physical damage (cracks, scratches, etc.)
to the surface of the product resulting from misuse; (b)
contact with liquid, water, rain, extreme humidity or heavy
perspiration, sand, dirt or the like, extreme heat, or food; (c)
use of the Products or Accessories for commercial purposes
or subjecting the Product or Accessory to abnormal usage or
conditions; or (d) other acts which are not the fault of
Motorola or SUNCORP TECHNOLOGIES LTD., are
excluded from coverage.
Use of Non-Motorola branded Products and
Accessories. Defects or damage that result from the use of
Non-Motorola branded or certified Products or Accessories
or other peripheral equipment are excluded from coverage.
Unauthorized Service or Modification. Defects or
damages resulting from service, testing, adjustment,
installation, maintenance, alteration, or modification in any
way by someone other than Motorola, SUNCORP
TECHNOLOGIES LTD. or its authorized service centers, are
excluded from coverage.
Altered Products. Products or Accessories with (a) serial
numbers or date tags that have been removed, altered or
General information
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obliterated; (b) broken seals or that show evidence of
tampering; (c) mismatched board serial numbers; or (d)
nonconforming or non-Motorola branded housings, or parts,
are excluded from coverage.
Communication Services. Defects, damages, or the failure
of Products or Accessories due to any communication
service or signal you may subscribe to or use with the
Products or Accessories is excluded from coverage.
How to Obtain Warranty Service or Other
Information?
To obtain service or information, please call: XXXX XXXX
You will receive instructions on how to ship the Products or
Accessories at your expense, to SUNCORP
TECHNOLOGIES LTD. It is the responsibility of the
purchaser to contact the nearest authorised service center/
distributor and bring the product at the purchaser's risk to
that authorised service center.
Authorized Repair Center
To obtain service, you must include: (a) the Product or
Accessory; (b) the original proof of purchase (receipt) which
includes the date, place and seller of the Product; (c) if a
warranty card was included in your box, a completed
warranty card showing the serial number of the Product; (d)
a written description of the problem; and, most importantly;
(e) your address and telephone number.
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Technical Information
How many telephones can I have?
All items of telephone equipment have a Ringer Equivalence
Number (REN), which is used to calculate the number of
items which may be connected to any one telephone line.
Your D1 has a REN of 1. A total REN of 4 is allowed. If the
total REN of 4 is exceeded, the telephones may not ring.
With different telephone types, there is no guarantee of
ringing, even when the REN is less than 4.
Any additional handsets and chargers that you register have
a REN of 0.
R&TTE
This equipment complies with the essential requirements for
the Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal
Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC.
Connecting to a switchboard
This product is intended for use within the United Kingdom
for connection to the public telephone network.
Recall
You may need to use the recall function if you are connected
to a switch. Contact your PABX supplier for further
information.
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Manufactured, distributed or sold by Suncorp
Technologies Ltd. official licensee for this product.
MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo, and other
Motorola trademarks and trade dress are owned by
Motorola, Inc. and are used under license from
Motorola, Inc. MOTOROLA and the Stylized M
Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark
Office. All other product or service names are the
property of their respective owners.
© Motorola, Inc. 2010. All rights reserved.
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