Philips Xalio Vox User's Manual

Philips Xalio Vox User's Manual
Your handset
Antenna
Earpiece
Display
This display tells you what is
happening on your telephone.
Up Key
Press this key to move through the
menu or to increase earpiece
volume during calls.
Down Key
Press this key to move through
the menu or to decrease
earpiece volume during calls.
OK Key
Press this key to confirm a menu
selection or to scroll the number on
the display.
Loudspeaker Key
Phone Book Key
Press this key to turn on or off the
handset loudspeaker.
Press this key to consult
your phone book.
Answering Machine Key
Press this key to operate your
answering machine.
Hookswitch Key
Use this key to make, answer
or end calls.
Number/Character
Keypad
Use these keys for dialling and for
entering characters.
Recall/Menu Key
Press this key to enter or leave
menu mode, or to use the Recall
function during a call.
Redial Key
Press this key to redial the last
number called.
Internal Call Key
Press this key to make, answer
or end internal calls and to
transfer an outside call to
another handset.
SOS Key
Microphone
Press this key to make an
emergency call.
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- you are in an internal call with another handset.
- an outside call has been put on hold.
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- another handset is calling your handset.
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- the outside line is occupied.
- the outside line is on hold.
b
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- the outside line is ringing.
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- the handset is charging when on the base station.
- the battery is discharged when off the base station.
A
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- your handset is out of range of the base station.
- you are reaching the limit of the handset’s range.
- your handset is not subscribed to any base station.
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- the handset loudspeaker is on.
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- your answering machine is switched on.
- your answering machine is answering a call.
- you have pressed the r key to operate your answering machine.
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- you have received new messages on the answering machine.
Your base station
Antenna
Paging Key
Press this key to page handsets and
to adjust ringer volume whilst the base
station is ringing.
Light
On when the base station is powered.
It blinks when an outside call arrives or
is in progress, or when there are new
messages on the answering machine.
After a power failure, it blinks to
indicate that the time setting has been
erased.
In the interest of improving its products and services, Philips reserves the rights to modify the specifications
contained in this document at any time and without prior notice.
Copyright © Philips 1996 - All rights reserved
Table of Contents
Your Xalio Vox cordless telephone
Safety information
Installing your Xalio Vox
Connecting your phone
Deciding where to put the base station
Connecting the base station
Connecting another telephone
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
Charging your handset
Handset discharge
Testing your telephone
Using your Xalio Vox
Making a call
Answering a call
Redialling the last number called
Adjusting sound volume
Using the handset loudspeaker
Paging a handset
Your Xalio Vox answering machine
Setting up your answering machine
Recording an outgoing message
Setting the day and time
Using your answering machine
Switching on the answering machine
Switching off the answering machine
Intercepting calls
Filtering calls
Listening to received messages
Erasing messages
Personalising your answering machine
Switching the message voice prompt on or off
Entering a remote control code
Changing the number of rings
Switching message record on or off
Your answering machine’s advanced functions
Recording a local message
Switching on the answering machine by remote control
Calling into your answering machine by remote control
Using the message boxes
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Personalising your telephone
Entering menu mode
Setting the dial mode
Selecting the ringer melody of your handset
Switching off the handset ringer
Using the battery saver
Your phone book and emergency number
The phone book
Storing a name and number in your phone book
Using the handset keypad to enter characters
Making a call using the phone book
Removing a name and number from your phone book
The emergency number
Entering an emergency number - SOS
Calling the emergency number
Using advanced functions
Inserting automatic dialling pauses
Subscribing a new handset to your base station
Making internal calls
Answering internal calls
Transferring calls
Call waiting
Setting up Baby Sit
Subscribing one handset to several base stations
Selecting the base station
Removing a handset
Connection to a PABX
Selecting network type
Setting the recall type
Useful tips and maintenance
Beeps and melodies
Base station indicator light
Telephone troubleshooting guide
Answering machine troubleshooting guide
Caring for your phone
Changing the battery
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Your Xalio Vox cordless
telephone
Your Philips Xalio Vox cordless telephone combines ease of use and a wide range
of features.
You can:
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Display and correct the number you want to call.
Store up to 25 numbers and associated names in the phone book.
Call numbers stored in the phone book.
Store an emergency number.
Redial the last number called.
Control the handset earpiece sound volume.
Turn on the handset loudspeaker during a call.
Select the ringer melody on the handset from a selection of 4 melodies.
Enable or disable the handset or base station ringer.
Use paging from the base station to locate a handset.
Display the duration of a call.
Subscribe your handset up to 4 base stations.
Connect your Xalio Vox to a private branch exchange (PABX).
....with the answering machine, you can:
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Call your answering machine from your handset or from a telephone outside
your home.
Filter calls using your handset.
Assign a voice prompt to your messages.
... and, if you acquire several handsets you can:
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Subscribe up to 6 handsets to one base station.
Make 2 calls at the same time (1 outside and 1 internal call).
Transfer calls from one handset to another.
Use your handsets as a baby sit intercom system.
What you get with your phone
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1 cordless handset
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fitted with an uncharged battery
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base station
power cable
telephone cable
user manual
Your Xalio Vox cordless telephone
Safety information
This product may be used legally only in a country where the appropriate authority
has given its specific authorisation. This authorisation appears on a label at the
back of base station.
The
marking on the product certifies its conformity to the technical regulations
for user safety and electromagnetic disturbance which were applicable on the date
of approval in accordance with European Union directive No. N°91/263/EEC.
Power requirements
This product requires an electrical supply of 230 volts, alternating monophased
current, excluding IT installations defined in standard EN 60-950.
Warning!
This equipment is not designed for making emergency
telephone calls when the power fails. Alternative
arrangements should be made for access to emergency
services.
The electrical network is classified as dangerous according to criteria in the
standard EN 60-950.
The only way to power down this product is by unplugging the power cable from the
electrical outlet. Make sure the electrical outlet is located close to the apparatus
and is always easily accessible.
It is recommended that this telephone be used as a complement to another
telephone which does not require mains power.
Telephone connection:
The voltage on this network is classified as TNV-3 (Telecommunication Network
Voltages, as defined in the standard EN 60-950).
Safety precautions:
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Do not allow the handset to come into contact with water.
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Do not allow the charging contacts or the battery to come into contact with
conductive materials such as keys, paper clips, rings, bracelets, etc.
Do not open the handset or the base station. This could expose you to high
voltages. Contact our after-sales service for all repairs.
Your Xalio Vox cordless telephone
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Installing your Xalio Vox
Connecting your phone
Deciding where to put the base station
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To reduce to a minimum any interference with other electronic devices such as
telephones, televisions, screens, etc. we advise you to place your base station at
least 50 cm from any other electronic device.
Place the base station on a flat surface such as a desk.
Do not install the base station in a damp or humid room.
Do not place the base station near a strong source of heat.
The operating range of your cordless telephone will vary according to your
environment. Significant obstacles such as concrete walls or metallic supports
(windows and door frames, partitions, etc.) will lessen the communication range
between the base station and the handset.
Note:
Your Xalio Vox can be adapted for a wall installation using a wall mounting bracket
available from your local Philips dealer.
Connecting the base station
Make sure that you connect the power plug to the correct mains voltage of 230 V.
1 Step one
Plug the power cable
into the base station
and then into the wall
outlet.
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2 Step two
Plug the telephone
cable into the base
station and then into
the telephone
connector on the wall.
Note:
You can connect a Philips battery backup unit between your telephone and the
power supply. Please refer to the instructions for use of this accessory.
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Installing your Xalio Vox
Connecting another telephone
If you connect a second telephone (standard telephone) on the same line,
please use a T-Adaptor.
To B.T. socket
T-Adaptor
Telephone line cord
Another telephone
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
Your Xalio Vox has a Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) of 1.0 . To determine the
maximum number of telephones that can be connected to your line, add together
the individual RENs of all the apparatus you wish to connect. If this total exceeds
four, one or all of your telephones may not ring correctly.
Charging your handset
Your handset is powered by a rechargeable battery.
Before you use your telephone for the first time, charge the handset for at
least 12 hours. This precaution helps to lengthen the life of the battery.
To charge your handset, place it on the base station. The b symbol will appear
on the display to indicate that the handset is charging.
When the b symbol disappears, your handset is fully charged.
The base station must be connected to a power supply using the power cable
supplied with your phone.
Tip
To ensure an optimum handset charge, replace the handset on the
base station regularly.
Installing your Xalio Vox
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Handset discharge
Shortly before the handset is totally discharged, the b symbol appears on the
handset display. If you are in the middle of a call, you will also hear a warning beep.
The handset will switch itself off shortly afterwards. You will need to recharge the
handset before you can use it again.
Testing your telephone
Now that your telephone is installed, try making a call.
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Press t on the handset. The t symbol appears on the display and you hear
the dial tone.
Dial the number. The digits you dial appear on the display and the dial tone
should stop.
If you have problems making your test call, make sure that the telephone cord is
correctly plugged into the telephone network socket and into the base station
socket, that the base station is plugged into a power outlet, and that the base
station light is on.
If your base station is correctly connected but the dial tone does not stop when you
dial the number, you need to change the dial mode. To do this refer to “Setting the
dial mode” on page 26.
The handset display should show the base station name, PHILIPS. You can
change the base station name if you wish (see “Subscribing a new handset to your
base station” on page 32).
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Installing your Xalio Vox
Using your Xalio Vox
Making a call
Direct dialling
1 Press the t key on the handset.
The t symbol is shown on the display and you hear the dial tone in the
handset earpiece.
2 Dial the number using the number keys.
The number called is displayed for 10 seconds after the last key is pressed,
then is replaced by a timer showing the duration of your call.
If the number you enter is longer than 10 digits, the display will scroll the
number to the left to show the last digits.
3 To hang up, press t or replace the handset on the base station.
The duration of your call in minutes and seconds is displayed for 2 seconds.
Dialling with number preparation
This way of dialling allows you to make corrections to the number before dialling.
1 Dial the number before pressing the t key. You can use the - key to
make corrections by cancelling the last digit entered.
If the number you enter is longer than 10 digits, the display will scroll the
number to the left to show the last digits.
Tip
If you want to see the whole number you have dialled so far, press
o. The number will scroll to the left if it is longer than 10 digits.
2 Press the t key on the handset.
The number prepared is automatically dialled.
The t symbol will be displayed, followed by the call duration after 10 seconds.
You can also press H. The handset loudspeaker is activated and the number
is dialled.
3 To hang up, press t or replace the handset on the base station.
The call duration is displayed for 2 seconds.
Using your Xalio Vox
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Answering a call
When someone calls you, the base station and the handset ring, the t symbol
blinks on the handset display and the green light on the base station flashes.
1 Press the t key on the handset or simply lift it off the base station.
The t symbol stops blinking and the call duration is displayed. The green
light on the base station blinks regularly to indicate that a call is in progress.
You can also press H. The handset loudspeaker is activated and you can
take the call.
2 To hang up, press t or replace the handset on the base station.
The call duration is displayed for 2 seconds.
Redialling the last number called
Direct redial
1 Press the t key on the handset.
2 Wait for the dial tone.
3 Press the
key on the handset.
The last number called is shown on the display and dialled automatically.
Redial with number correction
1
Press the
key on the handset.
The last number called is shown on the display. You can use the - key to
make corrections by cancelling the last digit entered.
2 Press the t key on the handset.
Adjusting sound volume
Adjusting the handset earpiece volume
You can adjust the earpiece sound volume during a call by pressing + or -.
You can choose from 3 possible sound levels. The sound level you have selected
will be set for your next calls.
Adjusting the base station ringer volume
You can adjust the volume of the base station ringer when the base station is
ringing.
You adjust the sound volume by pressing the
button on the base station. There
are 4 possible volume levels. At the lowest level, the base station will not ring.
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Using your Xalio Vox
Using the handset loudspeaker
Your handset is fitted with a loudspeaker so that other people with you can listen to
the conversation.
1 During a call, press H.
The h symbol is displayed.
The sound is amplified through the loudspeaker at the back of the handset.
2 You can adjust the sound volume of the loudspeaker when it is on by
pressing + or -.
3 To turn off the loudspeaker, press H again.
Paging a handset
If you can’t find your handset, you can page it from the base station. All handsets
in range will ring.
1 Briefly press the
button of the base station.
The handsets within range will ring for 20 seconds.
If you press
again before the end of the 20 seconds, the handsets will
stop ringing.
Using your Xalio Vox
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Your Xalio Vox answering machine
Your answering machine offers a wide range of functions:
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answering machine only facility with no recording of incoming messages (callers
will hear your outgoing message, but will be unable to leave messages).
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answering machine and recording facility (callers will be able to leave messages
after hearing your outgoing message).
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call filtering, you can listen to callers while they leave a message and decide
whether or not to take the call.
If you have received new messages:
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the indicator light on the base station flashes intermittently.
the r symbol blinks on the handset display.
If your answering machine is handling a call:
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the r and t symbols are shown on the handset display.
Tip
All the symbols appearing in grey-blue on the keypad refer to
the answering machine ( V playback, s stop, K record, etc.).
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Your Xalio Vox answering machine
Setting up your answering machine
Recording an outgoing message
1 Press r to enter answering machine mode.
r is displayed.
2 Press K.
3 Press v.
RECORD is displayed.
4 Speak clearly close to the microphone of the handset.
You have up to 6 minutes to talk.
5 Once your message is finished, press s to stop recording.
A beep indicates the end of the recording.
6 Press r to exit answering machine mode.
Tip
If you hear a beep before you have finished recording the outgoing
message, you are not speaking loudly enough or you are not close
enough to the microphone.
To change your outgoing message, simply record over the previous one by
proceeding as described above.
Checking your outgoing message
1 Press r to enter answering machine mode.
r is displayed.
The number of messages and the time are displayed.
If it has been selected, the voice prompt starts up.
2 Press v.
The answering machine starts playing back the message.
It stops automatically at the end of playback (you will hear 2 beeps).
3 Press r to exit answering machine mode.
Your Xalio Vox answering machine
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Setting the day and time
You need to enter the day and time so that your answering machine can time stamp
the messages you receive. When you enter answering machine mode or when
you listen to your messages, the time stamp is given by a voice prompt.
In the event of a power failure, this operation must be repeated.
Default setting: MON 00:00.
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until you reach “ANSW SETUP”.
3 Press o.
The day of the week is displayed.
4 Press - or + to scroll through the days of the week.
MON, TUE, WED, THU, FRI, SAT, SUN.
5 Press o to confirm the day of the week.
The “hour” option is now displayed.
6 Use - or + to select the hour.
7 Press o to confirm the hour setting.
The “minutes” option is displayed.
8 Use the - or + key to select the minutes.
9 Press o to confirm the minutes setting.
10 Press R to exit menu mode.
Note:
When you switch the unit on again after a power failure, the default day and time
are: MON 00:00. After a power failure, the light on the base station flashes
quickly to indicate that the time setting has been erased.
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Your Xalio Vox answering machine
Using your answering machine
When you have installed your Xalio Vox and set up the answering machine
(outgoing message recorded, and, day and time set), your answering machine is
ready to be used.
Switching on the answering machine
1 Press r to enter answering machine mode then, if message
playback starts, press s.
r is displayed.
The number of messages and the time are displayed.
If it has been selected, the voice prompt starts up.
2 Press a.
ANSW ON is displayed.
Your answering machine is now on.
3 Press r to leave answering machine mode.
r remains displayed to indicate that the answering machine is on.
You will hear an error beep in the following cases:
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No outgoing message has been recorded. NO OUT MES is displayed.
The memory is full. ANSW FULL is displayed.
Switching off the answering machine
1 Press r to enter answering machine mode then, if message
playback starts, press s.
r is displayed.
The number of messages received and the time are displayed.
If it has been selected, the voice prompt starts up.
2 Press d.
ANSW OFF is displayed.
The answering machine is switched off.
3 Press r to leave answering machine mode.
Your Xalio Vox answering machine
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Intercepting calls
Using your handset
If your answering machine has started handling a call and you wish to take it:
1 Press t on the handset to take the call or simply lift the handset off
the base station.
The answering machine will stop handling the call. You can talk to the caller.
Using another telephone
If you have another telephone (e.g. a corded telephone) connected in parallel and
you want to intercept the call that your answering machine is handling:
1 Pick up the receiver and press the D key on the other telephone
twice.
The answering machine will stop handling the call. You can talk to the caller.
Filtering calls
If your answering machine is taking a call and recording the caller’s message (the
handset displays t and r simultaneously), you can listen to the caller before
deciding whether you want to answer the call or not.
1 Press H on the handset (without lifting the handset off the base
station if the handset was on it).
h is displayed.
You can listen to the caller without been heard.
The answering machine continues handling the call.
2 Press t to answer the call or simply lift the handset off the base
station.
3 Press H again to stop filtering without taking the call.
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Your Xalio Vox answering machine
Listening to received messages
The indicator light on the base station flashes intermittently to indicate that new
messages have been received.
1 Press r to enter answering machine mode.
r is
displayed.
The day, time and number of messages received are displayed.
If it has been selected, the voice prompt starts up.
Tip
If you do not press any other key, the loudspeaker will be activated
and your messages will be played back automatically.
2 Press V.
The answering machine plays back the messages.
3 To handle your messages during playback, use the following keys:
< to play the current message again.
Press < twice to hear the previous message again.
Press > to listen to the next message.
Press
4 Press s to stop message playback.
5 Press
r to exit answering machine mode.
Note:
When playing back your messages, you can use fast forward to scroll through the
messages by pressing > for more than 1.5 seconds. The fast forward will
continue as long as the > key is kept pressed down.
Your Xalio Vox answering machine
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Erasing messages
Erasing individual messages
1 Press the r key on the handset.
r is displayed.
The display shows the day, time and the number of messages received.
If it has been selected, the voice prompt starts up.
2 Press V.
The answering machine plays back the messages.
3 While listening to the messages, press x when the answering
machine plays back the message you want to erase.
A beep confirms that the message has been erased. The number of the
received messages displayed is updated automatically.
Erasing all the messages received
1 Press the r key on the handset.
2 Press s.
3 Press and hold x for more than 1.5 seconds.
A beep confirms that all the messages have been erased.
Personalising your answering machine
If you have recorded an outgoing message and set the day and time, you can use
your answering machine. However, you can also personalise the settings your
answering machine.
The following possible settings are available:
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Select the voice prompt for received messages (VOICE).
See “Switching the message voice prompt on or off” on page 19.
Define a remote control code (RCC: - - - - ).
See “Entering a remote control code” on page 19.
Choose the number of times the telephone rings before your answering machine
picks up (Number of rings).
See “Changing the number of rings” on page 20.
Decide whether your callers can leave a message (REC MESS).
See “Switching message record on or off” on page 21.
Your Xalio Vox answering machine
Switching the message voice prompt on or off
If the voice prompt option is selected, when you consult the answering machine the
voice prompt tells you how many new messages you have received, and the day
and time of each call.
The factory setting is voice prompt on (VOICE YES).
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until you reach ANSW SETUP.
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Press
o until VOICE YES or VOICE NO is displayed.
4 Press - or + to switch between the two options.
5 Press o.
The handset beeps to confirm that the voice prompt selection has been
changed.
6 Press R to exit menu mode.
Entering a remote control code
You need to enter a code in order to be able to use your answering machine’s
remote control functions from another telephone e.g. to listen to your messages
from a telephone outside your home.
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until you reach ANSW SETUP.
3
Press
o until RCC: is displayed.
4 Enter your 4 digit code (e.g. 1234).
5 Press o.
The handset beeps to confirm the code.
6 Press R to exit menu mode.
Note:
You can correct an error when you are entering your remote control code by using
the - key.
If you wish to change your remote control code, repeat the above procedure.
If you to wish to erase the Remote Control Code (RCC), during step 4 of the
procedure described above, press - four times then press o and finally press
R.
Your Xalio Vox answering machine
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Changing the number of rings
You can change the number of time your telephone rings before your answering
machine answers a call.
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until you reach ANSW SETUP.
3 Press o until 2 RINGS, 3 RINGS, 4 RINGS, 5 RINGS or SAVE RCC
is displayed.
4 Press - or + to scroll through the available options.
5 Press o to confirm your choice.
6 Press R to exit menu mode.
The Save function SAVE RCC
The Save function is used when you are calling into your answering machine by
remote control (“Calling into your answering machine by remote control” on
page 22).
When SAVE RCC is selected, you can tell if a new message has been received
since you last rang in.
If your answering machine has received messages, it will answer on the second
ring. If no messages have been recorded, it will answer on the fourth ring.
Tip
If there are no messages, you can hang up after the third ring and
not pay for the call.
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Your Xalio Vox answering machine
Switching message record on or off
If you do not want callers to leave messages: switch off the message record
function (REC MESS N).
If you want callers to be able to leave messages again: switch on the incoming
message record function (REC MESS Y).
The factory setting is the incoming message record on.
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until you reach ANSW SETUP.
3 Press o until REC MESS Y or REC MESS N is displayed.
4 Press - or + to switch the incoming message record
on (REC MESS Y) or off (REC MESS N).
5 Press o.
The handset beeps to confirm the new setting. The next option is displayed.
6 Press R to exit menu mode.
Your answering machine’s advanced functions
Recording a local message
You can use the answering machine to leave a message for someone who has
access to your answering machine. The message will be stored with the received
messages.
1 Press r to enter answering machine mode then, if message
playback starts, press s.
r is displayed.
The display gives the day, time and the number of messages received.
If it has been selected, the voice prompt starts up.
2 Press K and then press V right away.
RECORD is displayed.
3 Speak clearly within 10 cm of the handset microphone.
4 To stop recording, press s.
A beep indicates the end of the recording.
The local message will be added to any other messages left by callers. It will
be counted and played back in the same way as the other messages.
5 Press r to exit answering machine mode.
Your Xalio Vox answering machine
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Switching on the answering machine by remote control
Before you can call into your answering machine by remote control, you need to
have entered a remote control code, see “Entering a remote control code” on
page 19.
1 Dial your telephone number.
2 Let it ring 9 times.
The answering machine will start up and send back a waiting tone.
3 Press * on the telephone and enter your remote control code.
4 Press 7 on the telephone keypad and hang up.
Your answering machine is once again ready to handle calls.
Calling into your answering machine by remote control
You can call into your answering machine from any telephone simply by calling
your own telephone number. You can use all the functions which are available
when you use your Xalio Vox handset (except for “Erase all messages” and fast
forward).
If your answering machine does not answer, the memory is full or the answering
machine is not switched on.
1 Dial your telephone number.
2 After the outgoing message, press * on the telephone.
3 Enter your 4 digit code.
Your answering machine will play back any messages automatically.
During the call you use the answering machine commands listed below. You
can also refer to the cut-out Memo card at the back of this manual.
If the code is wrong, the outgoing message will be repeated. After the
outgoing message has been replayed, try entering your code again. The
answering machine will hang up after 3 unsuccessful attempts.
4 Hang up to end the call.
The answering machine will return to the mode it was in before your call
unless you press 9 to switch off the answering machine. If it was on, it stays
on and is ready to handle calls.
Note:
If the Save function is on (see page 20) and messages are recorded on the
answering machine, the messages will be read after the 2nd ring . If there are no
messages recorded, hang up after the 3rd ring and you will not pay for the call as
the answering machine answers only after the 4th ring.
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Your Xalio Vox answering machine
Answering machine controls
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Press 1
Press 1 twice
Press 2
Press 3
Press 4 then 2
Press 4 then 5
Press 5
Press 6
Press 7
Press 8
Press 8
Press 9
to repeat the current message.
to repeat the previous message.
to start message playback.
to listen to the next message.
to record a local message.
to record an outgoing message.
to check the outgoing message.
to erase a message during playback.
to turn on the answering machine.
to stop message record.
to stop message playback.
to turn off the answering machine.
Using the message boxes
Your answering machine has 3 message boxes in which your callers can leave
their messages:
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a general message box.
a special message box No. 1 (e.g. for professional messages only).
a special message box No. 2 (e.g. for children’s messages).
The general message box contains all the messages you have received (including
the messages assigned to the special message boxes). Special message boxes
No. 1 and No. 2 give access only to those messages that were specifically
assigned to them.
Helping your callers to use the special message boxes
If you want your callers to be able to leave you a message in either of the special
message boxes, you need to tell your callers which box, No. 1 or 2, to leave
messages in and how to proceed.
The caller should:
1 Dial your telephone number.
The outgoing message will be played.
2 Press D then digit 1 or 2 on his or her telephone.
A beep is heard.
3 Your caller can now leave a personal message in the message box of
his or her choice.
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Checking message box No. 1 or No. 2
1 Press r then, when message playback starts, press s.
r is displayed.
The display shows the day, time and the total number of messages received.
2 Press D and 1 (or 2) on the handset.
Message box No. 1 (or No. 2) is selected. The display shows the message
box number and the number of messages received.
3 Press V.
The answering machine plays back the messages in box No. 1 (or No. 2).
4 To handle your messages during playback, use the following keys:
< to repeat the current message.
< twice to listen to the previous message.
> to listen to the next message.
5 Press s to stop message playback.
Press
Press
Press
6 Press r to exit remote control mode.
Note:
To listen to messages in the general message box: follow the procedure described
in section “Listening to received messages” on page 17.
Erasing messages in message box No. 1 or No. 2
1 Press r then, when message playback starts, press s.
r is displayed.
The display shows the day, time and number of messages received.
2 Press D and 1 (or 2) on the handset.
Message box No. 1 (or No. 2) is selected.
3 Press V.
The answering machine plays back the messages in box No.1 (or No. 2).
4 During message playback, press x when the answering machine
plays back the message you want to erase.
A beep indicates that the message has been erased. The number of
messages stored is updated.
5 Press r to exit remote control mode.
Note:
To erase messages from the general message box, follow the procedure described
on page 18 (in section “Erasing messages” ).
Because the special message boxes are subsets of the general message box, if a
message is erased from the general message box, it is also erased from the
special message box (No.1 or No.2) in which it was recorded.
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Your Xalio Vox answering machine
Checking message boxes No. 1 and No. 2 by remote control
1 Dial your phone number.
2 Press * and then enter your 4 digits remote control code.
3 Press 8 to stop message playback.
4 Press D followed by 1 or 2 according to which box you want to
consult.
5 Press 2 to start message playback from the message box.
If you have received any personal messages, they will be played back.
6 Handle your messages using the same commands as you did for the
general message box (see “Answering machine controls” on page 23).
7 Hang up to end the call.
The answering machine will return to the mode it was in before your call. It
stays on and is ready to handle more calls if it was on.
Note:
To listen to messages from the general message box, follow the procedure
described in “Calling into your answering machine by remote control” on page 22.
Your Xalio Vox answering machine
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Personalising your
telephone
You can personalise certain features of your telephone using menu mode.
Entering menu mode
1 Press the R key on the handset.
The M symbol is displayed and will stay on as long as you are in menu
mode. The first menu option, PHONEBOOK will be shown on the display.
2 To quit menu mode, press R once more or press t.
Setting the dial mode
This option sets the way your telephone sends numbers to the telephone line. You
can choose one of two dial modes (TONE or PULSE).
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until you reach BASE SETUP.
3 Press o until TONE or PULSE is displayed.
4 Press + or - to switch between the two modes.
5 Press o.
Your handset beeps to indicate that the dial mode has been changed.
6 Press R to leave menu mode.
Tip
You can change the dial mode from PULSE to TONE during a call
by pressing *. The dial mode will return to PULSE after the call.
Note:
Although this equipment can use either loop disconnect or DTMF signalling, only
the performance of the DTMF signalling is subject to regulatory requirements for
correct operation. It is therefore strongly recommended that the equipment is set
to use DTMF signalling of access to public or private signalling emergency
services. DTMF signalling also provides faster call set up.
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Personalising your telephone
Selecting the ringer melody of your handset
You can choose your handset ringer melody from 4 possible melodies.
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until you reach HS SETUP.
3 Press o until MELODY 1, 2, 3, 4 or RINGER OFF is displayed.
4 Press + or - to move through the melodies available.
The melody shown is played on the handset ringer until you press + or to select a different melody, until you choose the current one or until you
leave menu mode by pressing R.
5 Press o to choose the melody played.
Your handset beeps to indicate that the melody you have chosen has been
selected.
6 Press R to leave menu mode.
Switching off the handset ringer
Xalio Vox also allows you to switch off a handset ringer. Simply follow the steps
above and select RINGER OFF at step 4.
Using the battery saver
Use the battery saver if you want to use the handset away from the base station for
a long period of time (up to a week).
Switching on the battery saver
1
Press the o key for 5 seconds.
Your handset will beep and switch to battery saver mode.
Note:
In the battery saver mode the handset will not ring. However, if someone
calls, the base station will ring.
Switching off the battery saver
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The battery saver will switch off as soon as you press a key.
If you want to answer a call with a handset in battery saver mode, simply press
the t key for one second and wait a few seconds to be connected.
The battery saver mode will also switch off if you place your handset on the base
station. The handset will start to recharge if necessary.
Personalising your telephone
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Your phone book and
emergency number
The phone book
Each handset has its own individual phone book with up to 25 names and their
telephone numbers. Names in the phone book are stored in alphabetical order.
Storing a name and number in your phone book
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
PHONEBOOK will be displayed.
2 Press o.
STORE is displayed.
3 Press o.
NAME? is displayed. You can now enter the name.
Note: If the phone book is full, BOOK FULL will be displayed. To store a new
entry, you will need to remove an existing entry first (see page 29).
4 Enter the new name (max. 10 characters) using the handset keypad as
explained on page 29.
5 Press o to store the name you have entered.
NUMBER? is displayed.
6 Enter the number using the handset keypad (max. 23 digits).
If you want your Xalio Vox to pause while dialling the number (for example,
after an international dialling code prefix), press the
key to insert a
pause. A dash will appear between the digits on the display to show where
the pause will be inserted.
7 Press o to store the number.
Your handset beeps to confirm that the name and number have been stored.
8 Press R to leave menu mode.
The name and telephone number are stored in the phone book.
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Your phone book and emergency number
Using the handset keypad to enter characters
You can enter characters by pressing the key with the required character on it one
or more times. These characters are printed on the handset keypad. If you wish to
enter two successive characters which are on the same key, you need to
distinguish them by pressing the + key between the two characters. You delete
a character with the - key.
For example: to enter PHILIPS 1 you would press the following keys:
7
44
P
H
+ 444
I
555
444
7
L
I
P
+
7777
1
S
Space
+
111
o
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Making a call using the phone book
1 Press
.
The first name in the phone book is displayed.
If the phone book is empty, BOOK EMPTY will be displayed.
2 Press + or - to move up and down the list of names in your phone
book.
If you want to see the number that is associated with the name displayed,
press o. The number will be displayed and will scroll if it is longer than 10
digits. To go back to the name, press o again.
3 Press t to dial the name or number displayed.
If you want to quit the phone book without dialling, press
again.
Removing a name and number from your phone book
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
PHONEBOOK is displayed.
2 Press o.
STORE is displayed.
3 Press - until REMOVE is displayed.
4 Press o.
If the phone book is empty, BOOK EMPTY is displayed.
5 Select the name to be removed from the phone book using the + and
- keys.
6 Press o to remove the name.
Both the name and the number are removed from your phone book.
The handset beeps and REMOVED is displayed.
7 Press R to leave menu mode.
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The emergency number
Entering an emergency number - SOS
The emergency number allows you to dial a number automatically by pressing only
one key on the handset, the
key.
You need to enter your emergency number before you can use the
number can be changed later if required.
key. This
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until you reach SOS.
3 Press o.
If there is no emergency number stored, the display will show NUMBER?, and
you can enter the new number directly as described below.
If an emergency number is already stored, the display will show this number.
You have to delete this number using - before you can enter a new one.
4 Enter the number using the handset keypad (max. 23 digits).
If you want your Xalio Vox to pause while dialling the number (for example,
after an international dialling code prefix), press the
key to insert a
pause. A dash will appear between the digits on the display to show where
the pause will be inserted.
5 Press o to store the new emergency number.
The handset will beep to confirm that the emergency number has been
saved.
6 Press R to leave menu mode.
Calling the emergency number
To call an emergency number simply press
be dialled automatically.
and the emergency number will
Note:
key only works if your handset is charged and your base station is
1. The
correctly plugged in.
will be ineffective
2. If you have not entered an emergency number, pressing
as there is no pre-programmed number.
Tip
You can use the
30
key to store your most frequently called number.
Your phone book and emergency number
Using advanced functions
Inserting automatic dialling pauses
You can set your telephone to automatically insert pauses when you dial certain
types of number. For example, you may want your Xalio Vox to pause after it has
dialled the prefix for an international call before dialling the rest of the number.
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until BASE SETUP is displayed.
3 Press o until PFX is displayed.
4 Enter the desired prefix using the handset keypad. Use the
key to
insert a pause.
You can correct the prefix by using the - key to delete the last digit entered.
5 Press o.
The handset beeps to confirm that the prefix has been memorised.
6 Press R to leave menu mode.
For example:
To set your Xalio Vox to insert two pauses after dialling the international dialling
prefix, enter:
0 0
The display will show:
PFX 00 -- .....
Whenever you dial an international number with the 00 prefix, two pauses will be
inserted after the 00.
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Subscribing a new handset to your base station
To subscribe a new handset to your base station, proceed as follows:
1 Press the
button on the base station for 10 seconds.
The base station beeps to indicate that it is now in subscription mode.
2 Move the handset to be subscribed close to the base station and press
R to enter menu mode.
3 Press - until SUBSCRIBE is displayed.
4 Press o.
The handset will search for a base station that is in subscription mode.
After a few seconds, the name or the ID number of the base station will be
displayed. In this case go to the next step.
If it cannot find one, NO BASE will be displayed and you will need to try
again.
5 Press o again.
CODE? will be displayed.
6 Enter the subscription code, 1590, using the handset keypad.
7 Press o.
If the base station has a name, this will be displayed. When you first use your
telephone, the base station name is PHILIPS. You can delete the existing
name using the - key. If the base station has no name, BASE NAME? will
be displayed.
8 Enter a name (max. 8 characters) using the handset keypad (refer to
“Using the handset keypad to enter characters” on page 29).
If you do not enter a name, the base station will keep its existing name.
9 Press o.
The new handset beeps to confirm that it has been subscribed successfully.
10 Press R to leave menu mode.
It is also possible to set the base station in subscription mode using a handset that has already
been subscribed. Instead of step 1 above proceed as follows:
1.
2.
3.
R to enter menu mode.
Press - until SUBSC MODE is displayed.
Press o.
Press
CODE? will be displayed.
4.
Enter the subscription code, 1590, using the handset keypad.
5. Press o.
Your handset beeps to indicate that the base station is now in subscription mode.
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Using advanced functions
Making internal calls
When you have more than one handset, you can make internal calls free of charge
between handsets subscribed to the same base station.
1 Press e.
You hear the internal dial tone and the e symbol is shown on the display.
2 Dial the number of the handset you want to call.
This is the 1 digit number shown on its display.
3 To hang up, press t (or e) or replace the handset on the base station.
Answering internal calls
When another handset calls you, your handset will ring with the internal call
melody, the e symbol will blink on the display and the number of the handset
calling you will be displayed.
1 Press t (or e) or simply lift the handset off the base station.
The e symbol is displayed.
2 To hang up, press t (or e) or replace the handset on the base station.
Transferring calls
You can transfer an outside call from one handset to another handset subscribed
to the same base station.
1 During the call, press e.
The t and e symbols are displayed and you hear the internal dial tone.
The outside call is put on hold.
2 Dial the number of the handset to which you wish to transfer the call.
The handset called starts ringing.
3 Once the other handset answers, you can either:
- Transfer the call by pressing
t.
- Switch back and forth between the other handset and your outside
call by using
e.
If the other handset does not reply, you can return to your outside call by
pressing e, or you can hang up both your outside and internal call by
pressing t.
Call waiting
When you are in an internal call, you may receive an outside call. You will be
informed of the outside call by a call waiting tone in the earpiece.
To answer the outside call, first press t to hang up the internal call. Your handsets
will ring, announcing the outside call. Press t again to answer the outside call.
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Setting up Baby Sit
The Baby Sit function allows you to monitor sounds in another room (e.g. the
baby’s room). Because Baby Sit is a special type of internal call, it requires two
handsets (of type Xalio 6820 or Xalio 6850): one left in the baby’s room and one
you keep with you (the parent handset).
Setting a handset in Baby Sit mode
In order to use Baby Sit, you must first set the handset to be left in the room to be
monitored (e.g. the baby’s room) in Baby Sit mode.
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until HS SETUP is displayed.
3 Press o until INTERCOM is displayed.
4 Press + or - to select BABY SIT.
5 Press o.
Your handset beeps to indicate that the setting has been changed.
6 Press R to exit menu mode.
Note:
The handset in Baby Sit mode will not ring but can be used to make and receive
calls.
To put the handset in Baby Sit mode back into normal mode proceed as above. In
step 3, BABY SIT will be displayed and in step 4 select INTERCOM.
Using Baby Sit
1 Place the handset in Baby Sit mode in the room you want to monitor
(e.g. the baby’s room).
2 Using the other (parent) handset, press e and the number of the
handset in Baby Sit mode.
The handset in Baby Sit mode will not ring but its microphone will be
activated to pick up surrounding sounds.
3 Turn on the loudspeaker of the parent handset by pressing H.
Note:
If you receive an outside call while you are using the Baby Sit function neither the
handset in Baby Sit mode nor the handset you are using to monitor sounds will
ring. However, the base station will ring and you will hear a call waiting tone on the
parent handset. To take the call, use the parent handset and press e then t or
press t twice.
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Using advanced functions
To use Baby Sit again, press t to end your outside call and then e followed by
the number of the handset in Baby Sit mode.
Subscribing one handset to several base stations
To subscribe your handset to a new base station proceed as for “Subscribing a new
handset to your base station” on page 32.
Important:
You can subscribe your handset to a maximum of 4 base stations. If your handset
is already subscribed to 4 base stations, the fourth base station will be replaced by
the one to which you are currently subscribing.
Selecting the base station
Even when your handset is subscribed to several base stations, it is connected to
only one base station at a time. You have to select the base station each time you
want to change the ‘active’ base station.
For example, if you are using your handset with a base station you have named
‘Home’ and you now wish to make a call on a base station you have named ‘Office’,
you will have to select it before you can do so.
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until HS SETUP is displayed.
3 Press o until one of your base station names is displayed.
4 Press + or - until the name of the base station to which you want to
be connected is displayed.
5 Press o to select the base station.
Your handset will beep to confirm that it is now searching for the new base
station.
6 Press R to leave menu mode.
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Removing a handset
You can remove any handset that is subscribed to your base station.
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until the display shows REMOVE HS .
3 Press o.
4 Select the handset you wish to remove using + and -.
5 When the number of the handset to be removed is displayed, press o
Your handset will beep to confirm that the handset has been removed.
6 Press R to leave menu mode.
If the handset that you have removed is the one you are using, it will automatically
switch to its next subscribed base station.
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Using advanced functions
Connection to a PABX
If you use your Xalio Vox on a telephone line connected to a PABX (Private
Automatic Branch Exchange), instead of a direct connection to the public
telephone network, it may be necessary to change certain settings on your
telephone.
Selecting network type
To connect your Xalio Vox to a PABX you may need to change the network setting
of the telephone.
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until BASE SETUP is displayed.
3 Press o until PUBLIC or PABX is displayed.
4 Use + and - to choose one of the possible PABX settings from the
selection available.
Several settings are proposed.
5 Press o.
Your handset will beep to indicate that the new network type has been set.
6 Press R to leave menu mode.
Depending on your PABX, you may need to try different PABX settings before you
find the best setting.
Note:
If you want to reconnect your Xalio Vox to the public network again, don’t forget to
set the network type to PUBLIC. The optimum settings for the public network will
automatically be reset.
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Setting the recall type
The recall type function defines what signals your telephone sends to the PABX
when the recall R key is pressed during a call. You need to select one of the
PABX settings in the BASE SETUP menu before you can choose a recall type.
Choose ‘Earth’ if your phone is connected to a PABX with an earth recall; otherwise
use ‘Flash’.
1 Press R to enter menu mode.
2 Press - until BASE SETUP is displayed.
3 Press o until EARTH, LONG FLASH or SHORT FLSH is displayed.
4 Use + and - to select from the list of possible settings.
5 Press o to select your recall type.
Your handset will beep to indicate that the new recall type has been set.
6 Press R to leave menu mode.
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Connection to a PABX
Useful tips and
maintenance
Beeps and melodies
Outside line call melody
Internal call melody
A long alert beep
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Validation beeps
A call waiting tone
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Someone is calling you on your outside line.
Another handset is calling your handset.
If the b symbol is displayed, your call is about to be interrupted because
the handset battery is discharged.
Your call has been cut due to an error concerning the battery, network line,
radio range, etc.
The called handset on an internal call has hung up.
The base station is busy and cannot make an outgoing call at the moment.
You tried to listen to the outgoing message of the answering machine and
no outgoing message has been recorded.
You tried to listen to messages received on the answering machine and no
messages have been recorded.
You tried switching on the answering machine and the answering machine
memory is full.
You tried switching on the answering machine and no outgoing message
has been recorded.
One of the settings of your Xalio Vox has been modified.
A phone book entry has been stored or removed.
The base station has been set in subscription mode.
One of the settings of the answering machine has been modified.
When you listen to received messages, the end of a message has been
reached (1 beep), all the messages received have been played (2 beeps).
The start or the end of a recorded message is been signalled.
An outside call arrives while you are in an internal call.
Base station indicator light
The light is on
The light flashes regularly
The light flashes quickly
The light blinks
intermittently
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The base station is powered and no messages have been received.
An outside call is ringing.
The base station is in subscription mode.
The answering machine is out of memory.
A power failure has occured.
The answering machine has received new messages.
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Telephone troubleshooting guide
Problem
The line is bad and the A
symbol is displayed.
Cause
Solution
The handset has reached its radio
range limit.
Move closer to the base station
and try again.
An outside call is in progress on
another handset.
Wait for the call to end and try
again.
The A symbol is displayed. The
handset is out of range of the base
station.
Move closer to the base station
and try again.
The A symbol is displayed. The
handset is not subscribed to the
base station.
Subscribe the handset to the
base station and try again.
Another handset is using menu
mode and the base station is busy.
Wait for the other handset to
leave menu mode and try again.
The handset emits an alert
beep when you try to make an
internal call.
The handset you are trying to
reach may be busy in an external
call or out range.
Wait for the other handset to
become available and try again.
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Useful tips and maintenance
The handset emits an alert
beep when you try to make an
outside call.
Answering machine troubleshooting guide
Problem
The answering machine won’t
record your outgoing
message.
Cause
Solution
You are not speaking loudly
enough into the handset
microphone.
Record a new outgoing message
closer to the microphone.
You are not close enough to the
handset microphone.
Record a new outgoing message
closer to the microphone.
The memory is full.
Erase messages to free
sufficient memory space.
The answering machine
stopped automatically.
The answering machine memory
is full.
Erase messages to free
sufficient memory space.
The indicator light on the base
station flashes quickly.
The answering machine’s
maximum recording capacity
(approx. 12 mn) has been
reached.
Erase messages to free
sufficient memory space.
A power failure has occurred.
Reset the day and time setting of
the handset, see “Setting the day
and time” on page 14.
“NO OUT MES” is displayed.
You haven’t recorded an outgoing
message.
See “Recording an outgoing
message” on page 13.
The remote control doesn’t
work.
You didn’t enter the right code.
Try again or see “Calling into
your answering machine by
remote control” on page 22.
You have not set a remote control
code.
See “Entering a remote control
code” on page 19.
There has been a power failure.
Reprogram the day and time on
your handset. See “Setting the
day and time” on page 14.
The voice prompt function
doesn’t appear to be working
properly.
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Caring for your phone
To clean your telephone, first unplug the mains cable and the telephone cable.
Wipe with a cloth or chamois moistened with slightly soapy water, then with a dry
cloth.
This will help to keep your telephone looking as good as new.
Note:
Never spray your telephone with cleaning products or solvents.
Clean the charging contacts on the handset and the base station using a dry lintfree cloth.
Changing the battery
From time to time, you may need to replace the battery installed on your handset.
You can obtain a new battery from your Philips dealer.
1 Slide the battery cover down as shown.
2 Disconnect the battery.
3 Put the new battery in place and connect it.
4 Slide the battery cover back in place until it
clicks into position.
Warning!
Your handset battery contains cadmium.
Check your local regulations for special disposal instructions.
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Index
A
Answering a call
External
Internal
Answering machine On/Off
10
33
15
B
Baby sit
Base station light
Battery
34
39
7, 8, 27, 42
33
35
29
26
6
37
29
D
Desubscribing a handset
Dialling mode
Dialling pauses
Dialling prefix
36
26
31
31
E
Emergency number
Erasing messages
N
Network type
30
18
16
I
Intercepting calls
Internal calls
16
33
K
Keypad
29
L
Listening to messages
Local messages
Loudspeaker
17
21
11
M
Maintenance
Making a call
Emergency number
External call
From phone book
Internal call
37
O
13
P
PABX
Paging a handset
Personalising your telephone
Phone book
37
11
26
28
R
Recall type
Record local message
Recording outgoing message
Redialling
Remote control code
Remote control operation
Removing a handset
Removing a phone book entry
Ringer tone (on/off)
38
21
13
10
19
22
36
29
27
S
F
Filtering calls
26
23
17
24, 25
22
21
Outgoing message
C
Call transfer
Changing base stations
Character entry
Configuring your telephone
Connecting the base station
Connecting to a PABX
Consulting phone book
Menu mode
Message boxes
Message playback
Special boxes
Using remote control
Message record
Safety information
Selecting base stations
SOS number
Sound signals
Sound volume control
10,
Storing a name/number
Subscribing a handset
Subscription to several base stations
5
35
30
39
11
28
32
35
T
Time setting
Transferring calls
Troubleshooting
14
33
40, 41
V
42
Voice prompt
19
30
9
29
33
Index
43
Remote
control
Remote
control
1 Dial your telephone number.
1 Dial your telephone number.
2 After listening to the outgoing
message, press the * key, then enter
your code (4 digits).
2 After listening to the outgoing
message, press the * key, then enter
your code (4 digits).
3 During message playback:
3 During message playback:
(using a tone telephone)
(using a tone telephone)
Dial
Dial
• Stop message playback ........................8
• Stop message playback ........................8
• Erase message .....................................6
• Erase message .....................................6
• Replay current message .......................1
• Replay current message .......................1
• Replay previous message .................1+1
• Replay previous message .................1+1
• Play next message ...............................3
• Play next message ................................3
Remote
control
Remote
control
(using a tone telephone)
(using a tone telephone)
1 Dial your telephone number.
1 Dial your telephone number.
2 After listening to the outgoing
message, press the * key, then enter
your code (4 digits).
2 After listening to the outgoing
message, press the * key, then enter
your code (4 digits).
3 During message playback:
3 During message playback:
Dial
Dial
• Stop message playback ........................8
• Stop message playback ........................8
• Erase message .....................................6
• Erase message .....................................6
• Replay current message .......................1
• Replay current message .......................1
• Replay previous message .................1+1
• Replay previous message ................1+1
• Play next message ................................3
• Play next message ...............................3
Remote
control (Cont.)
Remote
control (Cont.)
(using a tone telephone)
(using a tone telephone)
You have just checked your answering
machine
4 After listening to your messages, you
have 20 seconds to:
You have just checked your answering
machine
4 After listening to your messages, you
have 20 seconds to:
Dial
Dial
• Start message playback ........................2
• Start message playback ........................2
• Check outgoing message ......................5
• Check outgoing message ......................5
• Switch off answering machine ...............9
• Switch off answering machine ...............9
• Switch on answering machine................7
• Switch on answering machine................7
• Record an outgoing message ............4+5
• Record an outgoing message ............4+5
and speak
and speak
• Record a local message ....................4+2
and speak
• Record a local message ....................4+2
• Stop recording .....................................8
• Stop recording .....................................8
Remote
control (Cont.)
Remote
control (Cont.)
(using a tone telephone)
and speak
(using a tone telephone)
You have just checked your answering
machine
4 After listening to your messages, you
have 20 seconds to:
You have just checked your answering
machine
4 After listening to your messages, you
have 20 seconds to:
Dial
Dial
• Start message playback ........................2
• Start message playback ........................2
• Check outgoing message ......................5
• Check outgoing message ......................5
• Switch off answering machine ...............9
• Switch off answering machine ...............9
• Switch on answering machine................7
• Switch on answering machine................7
• Record an outgoing message ............4+5
• Record an outgoing message ...........4+5
and speak
and speak
• Record a local message ....................4+2
• Record a local message ....................4+2
and speak
and speak
• Stop recording .....................................8
• Stop recording .....................................8
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