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Krown Manufacturing 200 User's Manual
MODEL: Krown 200
2nd Edition
Krown 200 | Instructions |
2nd Edition | August 2005
Krown Manufacturing, Inc.
3408 Indale Road | Fort Worth, Texas 76116
Voice: (817) 738-2485 | TTY: (817) 738-8993
Fax: (817) 738-1970 | email: info@KrownMfg.com
www.KrownMfg.com
INTRODUCTION
Welcome to the state-of-the-art Telecommunications Devices for the Deaf
manufactured by the industry pioneer; Krown Manufacturing. For nearly
decades, Krown has provided a full line of TDDs to meet the many
individual needs of the deaf and hearing-impaired. Expert craftsmanship,
superior design, and affordable prices are what Krown Manufacturing
stands for.
Your new Krown 200 is the very latest in Krown technology. The unit is
compact, lightweight, portable and easy to use. This manual is set up so
that you are able to begin using your Krown 200 immediately, while you
take your time and become familiar with its many unique features.
A Quick Reference Guide is included for your convenience. It provides a
summary of the features that your Krown 200 offers. For quick reference,
you may also consult your Krown 200’s built-in Help Menu. If you have
any
questions that this manual does not answer, feel free to call our Customer
Service Department toll-free at (800) 366-9950.
Your Krown 200 comes with:
• Krown 200
• Power Cord with AC Adapter
• Modular Cord
• Instruction Manual
• Warranty Card
KROWN MANUFACTURING
Our Mission is to improve the quality of life for people who are deaf and
hard of hearing by providing excellent telecommunication equipment for
individuals, businesses, and professionals in any place including homes,
work places, and in all public facilities.
Who are we?
We are the world’s largest and leading Deaf-owned manufacturer of
telecommunications devices for the Deaf (TDD). Our headquarters are in
Fort Worth, Texas. (USA)
Krown Manufacturing, Inc. has earned an excellent reputation for
providing consumers, corporations, health care centers, government
offices, hotels, schools, universities and many other organizations with outstanding value and services.
At Krown, we...
• Sell
• Rent/Lease
• Repair
• Train
• Provide toll-free ordering and a support department
• Include a first rate warranty
Krown Manufacturing will serve you better.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
i.
I.
II
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
XII.
XIII.
XIV.
XV.
XVI.
Introduction ................................................................................................................................1
Krown 200 Keyboard .................................................................................................................5
Getting Started ...........................................................................................................................8
• To setup your Krown 200
• The Lights and Switches
• Electronic Voice
• Battery Power Information
• TDD Alert & Audible Ringer
• Message Retrieval
Using Your Krown 200 ............................................................................................................11
• Help Menu
• How to make and answer a TDD call
• Telephone Conversations
• Making an Overseas call
Direct Connect Option .............................................................................................................13
• Keyboard Dialing
• Auto (Direct) Dialing
• To Display and Print the Entire Phone Directory
• Tone/Pulse Dialing
• Acoustic/Direct Connect Mode Selection
• Using the Krown 200 Auto-Answer Feature
Emergency Call.........................................................................................................................18
Multi-Wide Printing Feature ...................................................................................................19
• Test Message
Using the Optional ASCII Features and FAST TYPE ...........................................................20
• Fast Type
• To Change Mode Settings
• To make your ASCII Call
• To receive an ASCII Call
Select Font Size and Adjust Brightness for your Display ......................................................23
How to makes a Voice Carry Over (VCO) and Hearing Carry Over (HCO) Call...............24
Using the Clock Calendar ........................................................................................................25
Using your Krown 200 with a wireless phone.........................................................................26
Loading and Changing the Paper Roll....................................................................................28
Take Your Krown 200 with you ...............................................................................................29
Technical Specifications ...........................................................................................................30
Important Information.............................................................................................................31
• Taking Care of your TDD
• Troubleshooting
Miscellaneous Information.......................................................................................................32
• Commonly Used TDD Abbreviations
• Special TDD/TYY Operator Services
FCC Required Information .....................................................................................................33
i
KROWN 200 KEYBOARD
SPECIAL PURPOSE KEYS
KEY
NAME
CTRL
SHIFT
SK
RETURN
BACK
SPACE
4
CONTROL
Used with another key to tell the Krown 200 to
perform or set a particular feature. The key must be
pressed first and held while another key is pressed.
SHIFT
Controls the typing of an upper case figure shown on the
key (only upper case letters will appear on the display.)
ARROW KEYS
Moves the cursor (pointer) to the left or right, one
character at a time, for reading and changing stored
messages. During conversations, those keys are also
used to generate GA and SK
SPACE BAR
Moves the cursor (pointer) one space forward.
RETURN
Signals the printer or a TTY to begin a new line on the
paper. Also used to advance the paper.
BACK SPACE
Moves the cursor one space backward.
GA
SPACE BAR
OPERATION DUTIES
KEYS USED WITH CONTROL KEY (CONT.)
KEY
NAME
OPERATION DUTIES
NORMAL PRINT
Change printer to normal mode.
WIDE PRINT
Change printer to wide mode.
DATE/TIME
Stamp date and time into paper
CHANGE
DATE/TIME
Change real date and time
REDIAL (ONLY)
Redial the last number dialed
CTRL
+
N
CTRL
+
W
CTRL
+
RETURN
CTRL
+
SHIFT
CTRL
+
DIAL
CTRL
+
BACK
SPACE
CTRL
+
INT’L
(LEFT ARROW)
Used to change the Krown 200 to international (50
Baud) operation. Also moves cursor for
backward scrolling while reading or changing a
message saved in memory.
CTRL
+
PULSE
(RIGHT ARROW)
Used to select Pulse or Tone dial, when available.
Also move cursor for forward scrolling while
reading or changing a message saved in memory.
CTRL
+
VOICE ON
Turns electronic voice ON and OFF
CTRL
+
K
PROG RELAY
Allows you to enter your state’s relay number.
CTRL
+
R
RELAY DIAL
Dials your state’s TTY Relay number. (You must
first program this number.)
CTRL
+
SHIFT
+
R
CLEAR RELAY
NUMBER
Clears the relay number you have stored.
CTRL
+
SHIFT
+
5
RETRIEVE
MESSAGE
Read message from Answering Machine or conversation.
+
RETURN
ASCII/FAST TYPE Starts ASCII mode or changes back to Baudot TDD
mode. Also turns fast type ON and OFF. Also
changes settings for ASCII.
SPACE BAR
NOTE: The CONTROL, SHIFT function keys must be pressed at the same time. Hold the CONTROL,
SHIFT keys down first and press the special purpose key at the same time.
5
KEY USED WITH CONTROL KEY (Found at top, bottom, and right side of keyboard.)
KEY
6
NAME
OPERATION DUTIES
DIAL*
Allows you to call a phone number typed on the
keyboard or stored in the Directory
EMERGENCY
DIAL
Automatically dials 911 and allows you to communicate
with 911 operator.
9
SAVE / HANG UP
Saves everything typed into memory. Also used to exit editing the Memory Banks and to hang up the line
when in Direct Connect.
+
0
AUTO ANSWER
Turns the Auto Answer feature on and off. Press the
button to disable “Timeout” in auto-answer mode.
CTRL
+
V
VCO CALL
Turns the Voice Carry Over mode on. VCO mode turns
off when you hang up or turn off TDD.
CTRL
+
S
TDD ALERT
Turns TDD alert mode on.
CTRL
+
H
HELP MENU
Read help menu
CTRL
+
I
INTERRUPT
Sent interrupt request to the other end.
(in FAST TYPE mode only)
CTRL
+
C
CONDENSED
PRINT
Change printer to condensed mode.
CTRL
+
M
TEXT SIZE
To change text size in 4 different size on one or two
line(s).
CTRL
+
B
TEXT
BRIGHTNESS
To change from 4 different low and 4 different brightness to fit for your eyes.
SHIFT
+
DIAL
CTRL
+
SHIFT
CTRL
+
CTRL
+
E
NOTE: The CONTROL, SHIFT function keys must be pressed at the same time. Hold the CONTROL,
SHIFT keys down first and press the special purchase key at the same time.
6
2
4
1
3
11
8
12
10
9
KROWN 200
7
5
1.
2.
3.
4.
Acoustic Coupler
AC Power Jack
Battery Pack
Dual Phone Jacks
5.
6.
7.
8.
Keyboard
Paper Cover
Phone Light
Power Light
9.
10.
11.
12.
Power Switch
Printer Switch
Thermal Printer
Visual Display
I
GETTING STARTED
TO SETUP YOUR KROWN 200
Place your Krown 200 near your telephone. The power unit is connected to a regular power outlet and
the Memory Printer is used with your telephone.
• Be sure that the ON/OFF switch on the TDD is OFF.
• Plug small end of adapter cord into small hole at back of TDD.
• Plug AC Adapter/Charger into an electrical wall-outlet.
• Keep both ends plugged in even when machine is not being used for a telephone call.
Plug one end of your modular into the telephone wall jack. Plug the other end into either jack on the
back of your TDD. The second jack can be used to connect your telephone set or signaling device to
the TDD.
THE LIGHTS AND SWITCHES
GETTING STARTED (CONT.)
Phone Light
Shows sounds heard on the telephone line.
Power Light
Show status of power. When the light shows:
STEADY = Power is ON
FLASHING = Low battery power
NO LIGHT = Power is OFF
Power Switch:
Print Switch:
8
This switch turns the power ON and OFF
This switch turns the printer ON and OFF.
GETTING STARTED (CONT.)
ELECTRONIC VOICE
The electronic voice is a single programmable voice message that is stored in the memory of your
TDD. The message is used for calling hearing people at VOICE/TDD number. The TDD will also
send your state’s voice number, so the caller will know how to contact you. You must first program
this Voice Relay number by using [CTRL]+[K]. The voice message will be repeated until your
TDD conversation begins (when your TDD receives signals from another TDD or you type on
the keyboard).
TO ENTER RELAY VOICE MESSAGE
The Krown 200 gives you one electronic voice message: “Please use TDD or Call through Relay. X
XXX XXX XXXX.” To enter your relay voice and TTY number:
+
CTRL
K
TTY RELAY NUM
RETURN
TTY relay number’s stored.
VOICE RELAY NUM
RETURN
CTRL
+
Voice relay number stored.
R
To automatically dial the TTY relay number, press.
PLEASE WAIT.
CHECK FOR DIAL TONE
DIALING XXX
CTRL
+
SHIFT
+
R
Clears the relay number you have stored.
To turn the Electronic Voice ON or OFF
• Press [CTRL] and [SPACE BAR] to turn your Electronic Voice on. VOICE ON will appear
on the display screen.
• Press [CTRL] and [SPACE BAR] to turn your Electronic Voice off again. VOICE OFF will
appear on the display.
CTRL
+
SPACE BAR
SENDING VOICE ANS.
9
GETTING STARTED (CONT.)
BATTERY POWER INFORMATION
Your Krown 200 is designed to operate from battery or AC (house electricity) power.. The battery is
used for backup memory and for power outages. If you unplug the AC adapter from the machine, the
Ni-Cad battery will operate for approximately 3 hours when fully charged. The battery will
automatically recharge whenever the unit is plugged into the AC charger/adapter and the TDD is
turned OFF. To help the battery last longer, let it run down until the Power Light starts to flash
(BRIGHT -dim- BRIGHT -dim-). This means that the battery is running down and needs recharging.
The light will flash for several minutes. Then the Krown 200 will stop working. When this happens,
you must change over to AC power to continue using your machine until you recharge the battery. It
is suggested that you use the Krown 200 with battery power in a regular cycle. That is, operate the
unit on battery power until it needs recharging. Then recharge the battery by plugging the TDD into
the AC charger/adapter for 12-14 hours. (The unit must be turned OFF in order to recharge.)
TDD ALERT
Each time your Krown 200 is turned on, the TDD Alert feature emits tones automatically without
interfering with any of the TDD functions. This feature is turned off if the electronic voice is
activated instead. These tones are to notify the party you are calling that a TDD call is being received.
The moment another TDD answers, the tones automatically stop. If you do not want the TDD Alert
tones to be sent automatically, press the [CTRL] & [S] keys at the same time.
PRESS:
CTRL
+
S
TDD ALERT ON? Y/N
will be displayed. Press [N] if you do
not want to send the tones, otherwise
press [Y].
MESSAGE RETRIEVAL
CTRL
10
+
SHIFT
+
5
Prints all conversation and auto answer messages.
II
USING YOUR KROWN 200
HELP MENU
For your convenience, a quick reference Help Menu has been preprogrammed in the Krown 200.
To access the Help Menu:
CTRL
+
H
HELP MENU
The Help Menu is displayed
and printed out.
SELECT OPTION 1-8
2
PLACING A CALL
Simple, easy to follow directions
for placing a call will be
displayed and printed.
PLACING A CALL
You may now use your
Krown 200 to make or
answer a call
To exit the Help Menu:
8
HOW TO MAKE A TDD CALL BY USING ACOUSTIC CUPS
1. Turn on the Krown 200
The Krown 200 display window will show TDD ON.
2. Place telephone receiver down firmly in the rubber
acoustic cups with telephone cord on the LEFT.
3. If the phone light is on and steady, there is a dial tone.
Dial the telephone number now on your telephone, not
on the Krown 200. If the phone is not steady nor flashing
your phone extension may be in use by someone else.
4. Watch the Phone Light after you dial the number. If the
light shows:
1) SLOW FLASHING = Telephone is Ringing at the number dialed.
2) FAST FLASHING = Line is Busy at the number dialed.
3) IRREGULAR FLASHING = (1) Your call cannot be completed as dialed. Hang up,
check number and try again, or call the TDD Operator for assistance.
(2) The number is voice only. (3) Your call has been answered by the an
answering machine.
5. The incoming messages are printed in upper case (CAPITAL) letters. Outgoing messages
are printed in lower case (small) letters.
11
USING YOUR KROWN 200 (CONT.)
TELEPHONE CONVERSATIONS
1. When someone answers your TDD call with his/her TDD, the person’s response will end with
GA (Go Ahead). You now type back. Pressing the [GA] key is like saying, “Okay, it’s your
turn to talk now.”
2. When both people are ready to hang up, press the [SK] key (instead of [GA]) or GA to SK.
This means “Stop Keying.” When both have typed SK the conversation is finished. Hang up
the telephone by putting the handset back on the phone. Turn the power switch off.
TO ANSWER A TDD CALL
1. Turn the Power Switch ON.
• The Power Light glows red.
• “KROWN 200” is displayed.
2. Place your telephone handset firmly into the acoustic cups with the cord to the LEFT.
3. Type an answer message.
• Example: “AMY HERE, GA”
4. When both people have finished the conversation, place your telephone handset back on
the phone.
5. Turn your TDD OFF.
MAKING AN OVERSEAS CALL
To place a call outside the United States or Canada, you may need to change the transmission speed
(Baud rate) at which your Memory Printer sends messages. In the United States and Canada, the
standard rate for TDD/TTY transmissions is 45.5 Baud, while the international standard is 50 Baud.
PRESS:
CTRL
+
SK
Y
INT’L SPEED? Y/N
INT’L ON
Change between Domestic and
International Baud rate.
Yes: go ahead and change
After confirming that you want to change to the International Baud rate, the display will indicate that
the change has been made. You are ready to go ahead and dial your overseas call.
To change back to the domestic TDD/TTY Code after your call, follow the steps below.
CTRL
N
12
+
SK
INT’L SPEED? Y/N
Change between International and
Domestic Baud rate.
INT’L OFF
No: go back to the domestic TDD/
TTY code.
III
DIRECT CONNECT WITH THE KROWN 200
The Direct Connect feature saves
you time and gives you a better
connection. you can use your
Krown 200 without having to
place the telephone handset into
the acoustic cups. It also gives
you the choice of dialing from the
keyboard or from numbers stored
in the Phone Directory (see page
17 for information on storing
numbers in the Directory.)
To connect your Krown 200 to your telephone line, plug one end of your modular telephone cord into
the telephone wall jack. Plug the other end into either jack on the back of your Memory Printer.
After changing to Direct Connect, it is necessary to press the [SPACE BAR] or [SHIFT] + [DIAL] to
connect with the telephone line.
KEYBOARD DIALING
Turn the Power Switch ON.
The Krown 200 will automatically change to and remain in Direct Connect when you have your TDD
plugged into the telephone line.
PRESS:
SHIFT
+
DIAL
TYPE NUMBER OR A-Z
TDD is now ready to dial
If the TDD is not plugged into the phone line, the screen will display:
5551234
LINE NOT CONNECTED
Check the phone line and press
[SHIFT] + [DIAL] again.
NBR OR A-Z 5551234
The number is displayed.
RETURN
DIALING...
TDD is now dialing.
If you make a mistake dialing, you must press:
CTRL
+
9
Y
SHIFT
DISCONNECT Y/N
DISCONNECTED
+
DIAL
TYPE NUMBER OR A-Z
The phone line is now cleared and
you may begin dialing again.
TDD is now ready to redial.
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DIRECT CONNECT WITH THE KROWN 200 (CONT.)
AUTO (DIRECT) DIALING
Turn the Power Switch ON.
KROWN - KROWN 200
Indicates your TDD is ready
to operator.
If in acoustic mode, the Krown 200 will automatically change to and remain in Direct Connect when
you plug your TDD into the phone line.
SHIFT
+
DIAL
TYPE NUMBER OR A-Z
TDD is now ready to dial.
If the TDD is not plugged into the phone line, the screen will display:
LINE NOT CONNECTED
TYPE NUMBER OR A-Z
M
DIALING 5551234
Check phone line and press
[SHIFT] + [DIAL] again.
TDD is now ready to dial.
Choose phone number location
M (for example) and dials.
REDIAL
If you want to use the Redial feature, do not turn the TDD off after you dial a number. Use [CTRL] +
[9] to disconnect the telephone line.
CTRL
+
DIAL
Automatically redial the
CHECKING FOR DIAL TONE last number dialed
There is another unique feature that the Krown 200 provides. If you intend to use the Krown 200
behind a PBX or a telephone system that will send a second dial tone to your phone after you have
dialed the access code for outbound calling (usually an 8 or a 9), the TDD will detect this secondary
dial tone and dial the rest of the number automatically. This features is activated by using the + sign
between the digits.
This feature may be used in keyboard dialing or memory dialing.
9+5551234
9 + 5 5 5 1 2 3 4
5551234 will be dialed after a short waiting time for a second dial tone.
HANG-UP KEY
CTRL
Y
+
9
DISCONNECT (Y/N)?
DISCONNECTED
Note: When in Direct Connect it is possible to make several phone calls without turning the Krown 200 OFF between each call. To
hang-up (disconnect) between calls, press [CTRL] and ]9]. The TDD is then ready for you to make another call.
14
DIRECT CONNECT WITH THE KROWN 200 (CONT.)
TO DISPLAY AND PRINT THE ENTIRE PHONE DIRECTORY
CTRL
+
5
MEM 1-5 OR D(DIR)
Chooses phone directory
D
PRINT DIR.? Y/N
Y
A-BECKY 915 555 1234
Chooses printing of phone directory
Z-KEVIN 915 444 1447
Phone numbers A through Z
are displayed.
If the printer is turned on, the phone
directory will be printed:
PHONE DIRECTORY
a-BECKY 915 555 1234
b-SAMMY 888 555 1212
c-KELLYLYNN 888 555 4545
y-VINHU 888 555 1111
z-KEVIN 915 555 1970
TONE/PULSE DIALING
Telephone companies offer both pulse and tone dialing. The Krown 200 will use tone dialing unless
you change it. Most tone dialing services will allow you to use rotary (pulse) dialing, but some rotary
services will not allow you to use tone dialing.
To set the Krown 200 for Pulse Dialing:
CTRL
+
PULSE DIAL? Y/N
Y
PULSE DIAL ON
Chooses pulse dialing
N
TONE DIAL ON
Chooses tone dialing.
OR
ACOUSTIC/DIRECT CONNECT MODE SELECTION
The Krown 200 will automatically be in the Direct connect mode whenever you have your TDD
plugged into the phone line. Otherwise it is in the acoustic mode and you must place your telephone
handset in the coupler (see page 11).
FOLLOW-ON DIALING
Your Krown 200 may be used to send a credit card number or other set of numbers as may be
required when making credit card calls, calling computerized information systems, shop-at-home
services and so on. To use this feature after you have started your call in Direct Connect.
PRESS:
SHIFT
+
DIAL
ENTER NUMBER AND CR
15
DIRECT CONNECT WITH THE KROWN 200 (CONT.)
5046751234
RETURN
Enter your number from the keyboard, and then press the
[RETURN] key.
USING THE KROWN 200 AUTO-ANSWER FEATURE
The Krown 200 has a built-in answering machine to answer your calls when you are away.
To set your Krown 200 to Auto Answer:
1. Connect your Krown 200 to the AC charge/adapter.
• Make sure you have plenty of paper.
• Make sure you have connected your Krown 200 to the telephone line.
2. Turn the Power Switch On.
• “Power-On” message such as “KROWN 200” is displayed. Selects Auto Answer mode.
+
CTRL
0
NO. OF RINGS (1-9)?
Select the number of times you want the phone to ring before it is automatically answered by your TDD.
4
Y
SEND VOICE? Y/N
or
N
This allows your TDD to answer with both voice and a TDD message.
The voice message is the one selected with [CTRL]+[K] (see page 9).
Your TDD will not store voice message only TDD messages.
CLR MEM 5 NOW? Y/N
Y
or
N
AUTO ANSWER ON
Clears overflow buffer where
incoming messages are stored.
Your TDD Auto Answer is now
ready to answer calls.
If you TDD has the optional ASCII feature (K200A), your TDD will give you the option to answer
calls in ASCII.
PRESS:
ANSWER ASCII? Y/N
Y
AUTOANSWER ON
N
AUTOANSWER OFF
OR
16
Your TDD now automatically
answers ASCII and Baudot calls.
Your TDD will only
automatically answer
Baudot calls.
DIRECT CONNECT WITH THE KROWN 200 (CONT.)
Your incoming TDD calls will be answered, printed and stored in Memory Bank 5.
To answer an Incoming Call when the Auto-Answer is ON:
1. Press the [SPACE BAR] several times before or after Auto-Answer message is sent.
• The Auto-Answer is removed.
• The Krown 200 is now “on-line” with caller.
X
+
X
X
+
HELLO GA
XXX
XXX HELLO GA
Alerts your caller that you are on
the line.
Type your greeting on the keyboard.
NOTE: Your Krown 200 will automatically disconnect and return to Auto-Answer after 60 seconds if neither person is
typing. If you need to prevent this from happening.
CTRL
+
0
NO TIMEOUT
You will now not be disconnected.
IMPORTANT: To end your call and return to Auto-Answer:
CTRL
+
9
AUTO ANSWER ON
You have now disconnected the phone
line and you are back in Auto-Answer.
To turn Auto-Answer OFF:
CTRL
+
0
AUTO ANSWER OFF
TO ACTIVATE REMOTE MESSAGE RETRIEVAL AND DELETION
The Remote Message Retrieval feature lets you retrieve your messages while away from home. You
may also delete (erase) these messages after you have read them. Be sure to first store a PIN in
location “0” of the Phone Directory (see page 17).
Set your Krown 200 to Auto-Answer (see previous page).
To retrieve your messages:
1. Dial your number.
• Auto-Answer will answer with your personalized message. The time and date will appear at
the beginning of each message.
2. Type your PIN after the message is finished.
• Make sure your PIN is 5 or more letters in length.
• All of your message will be sent to you.
3. The message:
“RE-ENTER UR PIN TO ERASE MESSAGES”, will be received on your TDD screen.
4. If you wish to ERASE the message that you just received, type your PIN now.
17
IV
EMERGENCY CALL
The Krown 200 will auto dial 911 and allow a faster connection to the 911 operator.
PRESS:
CTRL
*
18
+
SHIFT
+
E
Auto-dials 911 and sends out a series of TDD tones to let the 911
operator know it is a TDD call.
Krown Manufacturing makes no representations that the 911 service will properly
respond to a TDD call.
V
MULTI-WIDE PRINTING FEATURE
The Multi-Wide printing feature of your Krown 200 allows you to select three sizes of letters and
numbers that are printed on your TDD. These three sizes are:
Normal:
20 characters/line
Condensed:
24 characters/line. These characters are a little smaller
than the Normal-Size characters. They may be used if
you wish to save paper by printing smaller characters.
Wide:
12 characters/line. These characters are very large and
bold and are useful for people who have difficulty
reading the Normal-Size characters.
PRESS:
To select Condensed Print, press and hold the [CTRL] key and press [C].
CTRL
+
C
CONDENSED PRINT
is display.
To select Wide Print, press and hold the [CTRL] key and press [W].
CTRL
+
W
WIDE PRINT
is displayed.
To select Normal Print, press and hold the [CTRL] key and press [N]
CTRL
+
N
NORMAL PRINT
is displayed.
NOTE: When the Krown 200 with the Multi-Wide printing feature prints in ASCII, the print will always be condensed
Print. The TDD will remember the print width that you selected. For example, if you select Condensed Print and then turn
your Memory Printer off, your Krown 200 will be in Condensed Print mode when you turn it on again.
TEST MESSAGE
A test message is built into the Krown 200 to use when testing the printer on the machine.
To test the printer:
CTRL
+
Q
THE QUICK BROWN FOX
The test message is displayed
and printed.
To end the test message.
CTRL
+
9
JUMPS OVER THE LAZY
CTRL
+
T
TEST PATTERN
The Multi-Wide test message
will now print.
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USING THE OPTIONAL ASCII FEATURE
AND FAST TYPE
VI
FAST TYPE
Your Memory Printer has a feature called a FAST TYPE. With this feature, if you are communicating
with another Krown TDD equipped with FAST TYPE or a different type of TDD with an equivalent
feature, you now have some new capabilities.
You may type as fast as you like - up to about 100 words/minute. You may also interrupt the conversation when the other person is typing to you. To interrupt the other TDD, you may type:
CTRL
+
I
*INTERRUPT SENT*
*INTERRUPTED*
appears on your TDD.
appears on the TDD you are
typing to.
To enable FAST TYPE:
CTRL
+
BACK
SPACE
USE ASCII? Y/N
N
USE FAST TYPE? Y/N
Y
FAST TYPE ON
Type [Y] to turn on FAST TYPE.
FAST TYPE mode is ON.
If you type [N], you will return
to the Baudot 45.5 standard.
OR
N
appears on your TDD. Type [N]
to disable ASCII.
BAUDOT (45.5) ON
Note: If you select FAST TYPE ON, your TDD will still automatically communicate with older TDDs or with TDDs that do
not have FAST TYPE in BAUDOT TDD Code (45.5 Baud).
ASCII CODE
The ASCII feature of your Krown 200 allows you to communicate with others who do not have
Baudot TDDs, but instead have a home computer or computer terminal connected to a modem. Of
course, you can also communicate in ASCII with other TDD users who have ASCII TDDs. You may
also use your TDD to communicate with Relay Services.
The Krown 200 with ASCII is setup to automatically communicate in ASCII in the following modes
when you turn on the Krown 200.
• 300 Baud
• Half Duplex
• Answer
If you manually select the ASCII mode by pressing [CTRL] + [BACKSPACE], and you do not change
the modes, (Press [N]) the Krown 200 will be in the following modes:
• 300 Baud
• Half Duplex
• Answer
It can also be changed to the following modes:
• 300 or 110 Baud • Half or Full Duplex• Answer or Originate
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USING THE OPTIONAL ASCII FEATURE AND FAST TYPE (CONT.)
When calling a computer service to receive information, your TDD should be setup as follows:
• 300 Baud
• Full Duplex
• Originate
Remember: When using ASCII for TDD-to-TDD, your Krown 200 is preset in the correct modes;
the only change that may be needed would be the selection of ORIGINATE or ANSWER mode,
depending upon who placed the call first.
TO CHANGE MODE SETTINGS
CTRL
BACK
SPACE
+
Y
USE ASCII? Y/N
CHANGE MODES? Y/N
You will remain in the preset
ASCII mode.
N
300 BAUD, HALF, ANS
Y
HALF DUPLEX? Y/N
You are going to change the
preset mode.
YES, chooses Half Duplex;
NO, chooses Full Duplex.
OR
Y
or
N
300 BAUD? Y/N
Y
or
N
ORIGINATE? Y/N
Y
or
N
110 BAUD, FULL, ANS
YES, chooses 300 Baud;
NO, chooses Baud mode.
YES, chooses Originate mode;
NO, chooses Answer mode.
After the three selections have been made, the selected modes are displayed.
Example: If the last three questions have been answered with [N], the display will read 110 BAUD,
FULL, ANS.
TO MAKE YOUR ASCII CALL
Placing a call with your Krown 200 ASCII is done the same way as placing a call in Baudot. The only
difference is setting the mode to ASCII.
To make the call acoustically, place the telephone handset in the acoustic cups with the cord to
the LEFT.
PRESS:
CTRL
Y
+
BACK
SPACE
To make the call in Direct Connect, connect your TDD as
described on page 18, and make sure you are in ORIGINATE mode.
USE ASCII? Y/N
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USING THE OPTIONAL ASCII FEATURE AND FAST TYPE (CONT.)
Y
or
N
YES; if you want to change modes.
NO; this answer will keep the TDD in the preset modes:
“300 BAUD/HALF/ANS.”
Dial the number from the telephone set if you are using the acoustic cups, or from the keyboard if
Direct Connect is used.
• The phone light will show you if the phone is ringing or busy.
• CARRIER is displayed when the call is complete and connection has been made.
• Begin your conversation.
After Your Conversation
1.
2.
Placing the telephone handset back on the phone, or press and hold [CTRL] and [9] if in
Direct Connect in order to hang up.
Turn your Krown 200 OFF.
• The machine will be set to communicate in Baudot (TDD) when you turn it back ON.
TO RECEIVE AN ASCII CALL
Your Krown 200 with ASCII is set up to automatically receive calls in ASCII with 300 Baud, Half
Duplex and Answer modes. If you have problems receiving an ASCII call, you may have to change
modes. This may be done while receiving a call. See “To Change Mode Settings” on the previous
page. It may be preferable to discuss the modes directly with the caller before making your call in
ASCII.
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SELECT FONT SIZE AND ADJUST BRIGHTNESS
FOR YOUR DISPLAY
VII
Krown 200 display has eight different fonts combines with 8 brightness levels that can be set for better reading. The TDD will keep the font and brightness setting until you change it.
TO CHANGE FONT SIZE:
Press and hold [CRL]-[M] to select the next font in the following list:
CTRL
+
M
TEXT DISPLAY
HELLO
Regular 80 characters x 2 lines
TEXT DISPLAY
HELLO GA
Bold face x 2 lines
TEXT DISPLAY
HELLO GA
Wide face x 2 lines
TEXT DISPLAY
HELLO GA
Extra Wide face x 2 lines
HELLO GA
Extra thin face x 1 line
HELLO GA
Regular face x 1 line
HELLO GA
Bold face x one line
HELLO GA
Wide face x 1 line
The TDD will print out the sign on message to check the font size, continue to press [CTRL]-[M]
until you reach the desired font.
TO CHANGE THE BRIGHTNESS:
Low brightness level may extend the life of your display. It also helps a low vision person to adjust
the intensity. Press and hold [CTRL]-[B] to change the brightness level from low to high. Repeat the
process until you reach the desired intensity for your eyes.
CTRL
+
B
HELLO GA
HELLO GA
HELLO GA
HELLO GA
HELLO GA
HELLO GA
HELLO GA
HELLO GA
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VIII
HOW TO USE VCO AND HCO CALL
If you would like to make a call with Voice Carry Over and wish to receive the Baudot tone back
from the Relay Operator, you could use this feature of the Krown 200. In order to use this feature you
will need the help from the Relay agent. Follow this procedure to make a call:
1.
Plug the external clip microphone to the MIC jack on the right side of the machine.
Clip the microphone to your shirt close with your mouth.
2.
Turn on the TTY machine.
3.
Press [CTRL] and [V] at the same time. Release both keys. The display will read
“VCO ON”
CTRL
4.
+
V
VCO IS ON
The Krown 200 is now ready to transfer your voice. Press [SHIFT] and [DIAL] at the
same time or use [CTRL] and [R] to auto dial Relay number.
SHIFT
+
DIAL
5.
After you see the message “TYPE NUMBER OR A-Z”: type your state relay number.
6.
When the Relay Operator answer the call, you now may type the request to make the
VCO call to the operator. For example, “I WANT TO MAKE A VCO (or HCO) CALL
PLEASE GA”
7.
When the operator is ready to receive voice, he or she will ask you to start voice. From
now on, you can use voice to communicate with the operator and the caller when
receiving Baudot answer on your screen.
8.
To end the VCO call, press and hold [CTRL] and [9] at the same time until you see the
message on the screen, “DISCONNECT (Y/N)?” Type [Y] if you wish to hang up the
call. Type [N] to continue the conversation.
CTRL
+
9
HCO
Hearing Phone User
Relay Service
speaking
speaking
typing
OR
hearing
VCO
speaking
typing
NOTE: If you wish to make a HCO call, use the external speaker instead of microphone and type the
message to Relay when listening to the caller’s voice. VCO and HCO are options for your Krown 200.
Please call your Krown Representative to have it installed
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IX
USING THE CLOCK CALENDAR
The Clock Calendar prints the time and date for each message that is received.
PRESS:
CTRL
+
SHIFT
+
RETURN
To set the clock and calendar:
9:31 PM 02/09/03
The current time and date are
displayed and then cleared.
Followed by:
SET CLOCK? Y/N
Y
0
2
+
+
4
HOUR 01-12
Type the correct two-digit hour.
MIN 00-59
[Y] for yes (PM) or
[N] for no (AM)
(ex)
4
PM? Y/N
Y
(example)
DAY 01-31
0
+
Type the correct
two-digit minute.
Type the correct two-digit day.
3
MONTH 01-12
0
+
3
0
+
3
YEAR 02-99
Type the correct
two-digit month.
Type the correct two-digit year.
04:24 PM 03/03/03
Time and date are displayed.
04:24 PM 03/03/03
Time and date are printed if
printer is ON.
RETURN
To display/print the time and date:
CTRL
+
RETURN
RETURN
04:24 PM 03/03/03
Time and date are displayed.
04:24 PM 03/03/03
Time and date are printed if
printer is ON.
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X
USING YOUR KROWN 200 WITH A
WIRELESS PHONE
If you order your Krown 200 with wireless option, use the supplied cable to connect your TDD direct
to a select digital cell phone, or a cordless phone with 2.5mm headset jack. When purchasing a cell
phone and service for your Krown 200, make sure you get a TDD compatible unit or look for the
TDD-cell phone symbol.
OR
MAKING A CELLULAR CALL WITH YOUR KROWN 200
Always charge the TDD and your cell phone in full before use. Make sure you get a strong signal
from your provider and your TDD is off. Setup your cell phone to work in TDD mode.
1. Connect the cable from the cell phone to the TDD
2. Turn on your TDD
3. Select TDD mode on your cell phone (refers to your cell
phone manual for more detail).
4. Dial the number you are calling on the cell phone.
5. If the other party’s TDD picks up, the Krown 200 will
display text and the conversation has been started.
ANSWERING A CELLULAR CALL
Make sure to turn the Ringer of your cell phone to vibrate mode. If your battery doesn’t support this
mode, you may need to order a vibrating battery from your cell phone provider.
1. If the cell phone vibrates, you have an incoming call, connect your TDD using the
cable that come with your TDD to the cell phone.
2. Answer the call on your cell phone (usually you press “talk” or “send” button on your cell
phone. Refer to your instruction book for how to answer a call for your phone.)
3. Turn on your TDD and type your greeting message.
When you are ready to hang up, turn off the TDD and press the button to hang up the call on your
cell phone.
NOTE: Connecting your TDD to a wireless phone is an option. Please call your Krown’s representative to have it
installed. Cellular is not included.
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USING YOUR KROWN 200 WITH WIRELESS PHONE (CONT.)
USING YOUR KROWN 200 WITH A CORDLESS PHONE
You can connect your TDD to a cordless phone with a 2.5mm headset jack, and enjoy the
freedom of making a call around the house. Charge the cordless phone and TDD at night to get them
ready to use next day.
Making a cordless phone call with your TDD.
1. Connect the TDD to the cordless phone using the
2.5mm audible cable.
2. Turn on your TDD
3. Press ON or TALK button on your cordless phone and
watch “Phone” light on your TDD to
make sure you get a dial tone.
4. Dial number on your cordless phone.
5. If the other TDD or Relay agent picks up your call, your
TDD will display text message and the
communication link has begun.
TROUBLESHOOTING FOR TDD-WIRELESS CALL
There are many new technology that has been used to establish the wireless communication link
between you and the other TDD users, you will get some problems sometimes by many causes.
Garbled Text:
It may be caused by lost, damaged or late signals sending through the air to the
receiver. It happens with any wireless call, even non-TDD calls, and mainly caused
by nature. Move your TDD and wireless phone to where you can receive a strong
and contact signal. If you use a cordless phone refer to your owner’s manual to
know how to switch channel or move closer to the base to strengthen the signal.
Always check to make sure you have a good connection from the cable to the TDD
and the wireless phone.
“Drop Call”:
This happens sometimes when you are moving between 2 call towers or in valleys,
hills, and tunnels. Try to redial when you have a stronger signal from your
cell phone.
Feedback:
If you see your “Phone” light on your TDD on constantly, your TDD is getting
feedback. You may reduce the volume of your cell phone or cordless phone down
until the red light turns off and then increase it for better receiving.
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XI
LOADING AND CHANGING THE PAPER
Before you put in a new roll of paper, look at the way the paper is in the machine now. Notice that the
paper comes off the BOTTOM of the roll and up behind the print head.
To load more paper:
1.
2.
Remove the paper cover by pushing it toward the rear of
the unit and lifting up. See Figure 1. Be sure to remove
and save the paper roll spindle that is inside the paper
roll you are removing; you will need it later. To remove
the paper remaining in the printer, press the [RETURN]
key several times until the paper comes out at the top of
the printer.
Cut paper, at least 2 1/2”, at the end of the new roll into a point
Figure 1
or “V” shape:
Figure 2
/”
1 2
2
Figure 3
Place the paper roll spindle that you removed in Step 1 into the hole
in the center of the paper roll.
3.
4.
5.
Insert the new paper roll by feeding the paper into the well.
Be sure that paper feeds from the BOTTOM of the roll.
See Figure 3.
Using the [RETURN] key, feed the paper until it comes up
behind the print head. Continue feeding until the paper comes
up through the paper cutting window, as shown in Figure 4.
Place the roll of paper in the paper well and replace the plastic
cover on the machine.
Figure 4
Please Note:
• The Krown 200 does not use any ink or ribbon. Instead it uses special paper that prints using heat.
This paper is called “thermal printing paper.” You Krown 200 will not work with any other kind of paper.
• To insure that you receive the highest quality thermal printing paper, order from your local Krown distributor.
• Your Krown 200 has the Multi-Wide Printing feature. Use only 2 1/4” paper. Please specify “Type MW” paper
when ordering.
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XII
TAKE YOUR KROWN 200 WITH YOU
The Krown 200 can operate from battery power, making your unit completely portable. To use battery
power, unplug the AC charger/adapter from the unit.
When the batteries are fully charged, the Krown 200 will
operate for about 2 hours. The batteries will automatically
recharge whenever the unit is plugged into the AC
charger/adapter and the unit is turned OFF.
If you are using your Krown 200 on battery power and the
red Power Light starts to flash on and off (BRIGHT - dim BRIGHT - dim), this shows that the battery needs
recharging. The light will flash for several minutes. Then the
Memory Printer will stop working. When this happens, you
must change over to AC power (house electricity) to continue
using your machine until you recharge the battery.
It is suggested that you exercise the battery in your Krown
200 at least once a month. That is, operate the unit on
battery power until it needs recharging. Then recharge the
battery by plugging in the AC charger/adapter for 12 to 14
hours. (The unit must be turned OFF in order to recharge.)
Repeat this cycle at least once a month. When used regularly
in this cycle, the battery should last for about three years.
The replaceable, sealed battery pack is a single unit that
contains the battery, connector and cover. This unit is located
on the underside of the Krown 200 at the back of the unit.
Replacement battery packs are available from Krown
Manufacturing or your local Krown distributor.
To replace the battery pack, depress the thumb notch in the
center of the cover and slide the unit to the back of the TDD.
Carefully unplug the connector. Replace with a new battery
pack unit.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Keyboard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48-key, 4-row keyboard
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 function keys
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Graphics 280 x 16 pixel
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue/green vacuum fluorescent
Printer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20/24/12 column multi-wide thermal printer
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Printer speed: 2 lines per second
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Receive characters printed in ALL CAPITAL LETTERS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Transmit characters printed in lowercase letters
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1/4” wide paper
Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baudot code, 45.5 Baud
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 start bit, 5 data bits, 1.5 stops bits
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . International (50 Baud) speed selectable
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Acoustically coupled to round and rectangular handset
Memory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32,768 (32K) character memory
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 separate message areas
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stores all conversations
Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AC charger/adapter: Model 48DT-7
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UL listed
Battery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Customer replaceable Ni-Cad rechargeable battery pack
Physical Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . Size: W 9 1/2” (24.2mm), L 12 1/2” (32.5mm), H 2 3/4” (7mm)
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.92 lb.
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XIV
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
TAKING CARE OF YOUR TDD
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
CAUTION: The adapters are NOT interchangeable. You MUST use the adapter that comes with
your TDD.
Be sure to turn your machine OFF when not in use.
Keep your machine away from extreme temperatures - HOT or COLD.
Avoid dropping or shaking the unit. Electronic devices are very fragile.
Keep the unit as dust-free as possible. (Dust covers are available from Krown Manufacturing.)
NEVER run the printer without paper.
NEVER pull the paper out without pressing the [RETURN] key.
When traveling by air, carry your Krown 200 as hand luggage. At the security check, DO
NOT allow your TDD to go through X-ray. Ask for visual inspection. DO NOT CHECK IT
AS BAGGAGE.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Q:
A:
Sometimes nothing happens when my TDD is turned ON. Any suggestions?
Be sure the telephone cord is to your LEFT. Check the AC adapter/charger to make sure it is
properly connected to the Memory Printer.
Q:
A:
Why won’t my printer print?
Your paper may be install wrong. See page 28 for information on loading paper.
CTRL
+
Q
CTRL
+
9
To test the printer, press and hold down the [CTRL] and [Q] keys at the
same time. A test message prints: “THE QUICK BROWN FOX JUMPS
OVER THE LAZY DOG 1234567890.”
To end the test, again press and hold the [CTRL] and [9] keys at the
same time.
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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
COMMONLY USED TDD ABBREVIATIONS
Users of TDDs often abbreviate commonly used words or expressions to save time. The following
abbreviations are a sampling of those most frequently used. It is common to omit punctuation.
ANS. . . . . . . . . . . Answer
CUD. . . . . . . . . . . . Could
GA . . . . . . . . . . Go Ahead
LTR . . . . . . . . . . . . Letter
MSG. . . . . . . . . . Message
MIN . . . . . . . . . . . Minute
NITE. . . . . . . . . . . . Night
PLS . . . . . . . . . . . . Please
QQ . . . . . . . . . . . Question
R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Are
REC . . . . . . . . . . Receive
SK . . . . . . . . Stop Keying
THRU . . . . . . . . . Through
THX . . . . . . . . Thank You
U . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . You
UR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Your
WUD . . . . . . . . . . . Would
XOX . . . . . Hugs & Kisses
SPECIAL TTY/TDD OPERATOR SERVICES (800) 833-3232
This special toll free TDD operator number can help you with
• Directory Assistance calls
• Credit card calls
• Collect calls
• Third party telephone calls
• Person to person calls
• Calls from a hotel or motel
• Calls from a coin phone (for collect, third party or credit card calls)
The TDD operator can also:
• Reach a number you have a problem getting
• Arrange credit on any misdialed numbers
• Report any problem with your telephone
• Check to see if a TDD is available at the number being dialed
• Tell you what a voice recording says if the number you dialed has an answering machine.
Ask your telephone company for the booklet that tells you how to use TDD/TTY operator services.
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FCC REQUIRED INFORMATION
Your Krown 200 has been granted a registration number by the Federal Communications Commission
under Part 68 Rules ad Regulations for direct connection to the telephone lines. The FCC requires that
you be advised of the requirements involved with owning a telecommunications device.
1. Connect your Krown 200 to the nationwide telephone network through a telephone company-provided registered jack.
You Krown 200 cannot be plugged into a party line or directly connected to coin telephone
service: you must use the acoustic coupler in these instances.
2. Before connecting your Krown 200, the FCC requires that you notify your local phone
company Business Office. Call or write your TDD operator. The phone number and address is in the
front of your phone book.
Your phone company will want to know:
• Your phone number
• Product name: Krown 200
• FCC registration number: B0487D-71481-DT-E
• Ringer equivalence: 0.4A 0.7B
• Jack RJII RJI3
The FCC requires that you notify your local telephone company when you move your
phone permanently.
3. Repair may be made only by Krown Manufacturing or authorized Krown service agencies. This
applies at any time during or after warranty. If any such unauthorized repair is performed,
registration, connection to the telephone lines and the remainder of warranty period all become null
and void.
4. If your Krown 200 causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may
temporarily discontinue your service. If possible, they will notify you in advance. But if advanced
notice is not practical, you will be notified as soon as possible. You will be given the opportunity to
correct the situation, and you will be informed of your right to file a complaint with the FCC.
5. Your telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures
that could affect the proper functioning of your Krown 200. If changes occur, you will be notified in
advance to give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted service.
Krown Manufacturing, Inc
3408 Indale Road
Fort Worth, Texas 76116
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3408 Indale Rd., Fort Worth, TX 76116
Voice: (817) 738-2485, TTY: (817) 738-8993
TTY/TDD: (817) 738-8993
Fax: (817) 738-1970, E-mail: info@KrownMfg.com
ORDERS: 1-(800)-366-9950
www.KrownMfg.com
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