Sanyo LC-2430 User's Manual

Sanyo LC-2430 User's Manual
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CLT-2430
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
2.4-GHz
Digital Spread Spectrum
Cordless Telephone
with Call Manager Features
IMPORTANT
Charge the handset battery pack for a full 15 hours before using your
cordless handset for the first time.
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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the CLT-2430 cordless telephone.
This phone is designed for reliability, long life, and outstanding performance utilizing the
latest in 2.4-GHz Digital Spread Spectrum technology.
Note: Some illustrations in this manual may differ from the actual unit for
explanation purposes.
Features
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2.4-GHz Digital Spread Spectrum Technology
Dual Keypad
Call Manager Features*: Caller ID, Caller ID on Call Waiting and Call Waiting with Options
*Each feature works with your network service. A subscription required.
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50-Number Caller ID List
Programmable Network Service Key
Voice Message Waiting Indicator (on Base)
3-Line, 16-Character Backlit Handset Display
Lighted Handset Keypad and TALK/END Key
20-Name/Number Directory on the Handset
10-Number Speed Dial on the Base
Last 3-Number Redial
HandsFree Speakerphone in the Handset
7-Day Standby Battery Life/6-Hour Talk Time
30-Channel Auto/Manual Scan
Call Time Display
Pulse/Tone Dialing
Intercom/Page/Handset Locator
Handset Earpiece, Speaker and Ringer Volume Controls
Belt Clip and Headset Jack
Wall-Mountable
Hearing Aid Compatible
2.4-GHz Digital Spread Spectrum Technology utilizes a “wider frequency band”
vs. a “single narrow band” used in standard digital transmissions. The result is the
clarity of digital sound, extended range and a secure conversation with virtually no
interference from other 2.4-GHz cordless phones or radio transmission devices.
The clearest channel is automatically selected for each transmission. The phone
selects one of over 65,000 digital security codes for the handset and base.
These features enhance your phone’s security and also prevent unauthorized calls
as a result of your phone being activated by other equipment.
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Controls and functions
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Handset antenna
Headset jack cover
HandsFree speaker
Battery compartment
Earpiece speaker
LCD display
MEMORY key
TALK/END key
CALL REVIEW/VOLUME (down) key
Left cursor key (TONE/ /
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SERVICE MENU key
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REDIAL/PAUSE key
Microphone
CALL REVIEW/VOLUME (up) key
INTERCOM/SELECT key
CID/FLASH key
Right cursor key (
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SPEAKER key
DELETE/SCAN key
Handset charging contacts
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Ringer Volume switch
Pulse-Tone switch
DC power input
TEL LINE jack
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Handset retainer
Base charging contacts
INTERCOM/PAGE/FIND key
FLASH key
SPEAKER key
REDIAL/PAUSE key
MEMORY key
CALLERS indicator
CHARGE/IN USE indicator
INTERCOM indicator
SPEAKER indicator
VOICE MAIL indicator
Base antenna
Bottom bracket
VOLUME control
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CONTENTS
Introduction/Features ..............................................inside front cover
Controls and Functions............................................inside front cover
Getting started
Read this first..........................................................................................E2
Step 1: Checking the package contents.........................................E3
Step 2: Setting up the base unit .......................................................E4
Desktop use .............................................................................E5
Mounting the base unit on a wall ......................................E7
Step 3: Preparing the battery pack ..................................................E9
Basics
Making a call ........................................................................................E11
HandsFree Speakerphone in the Handset ...................................E12
Receiving a call....................................................................................E14
Call Waiting ..........................................................................................E15
Lighted keypad ....................................................................................E16
Scanning ...............................................................................................E16
Adjusting the ringer and earpiece volume...................................E16
Redialing a call.....................................................................................E17
Directory/speed-dial
Using the handset directory.............................................................E19
Using the base station speed-dial memory .................................E26
Caller ID features
Caller ID .................................................................................................E28
When the telephone rings................................................................E30
Viewing the Caller ID list ...................................................................E31
Deleting information from the Caller ID list .................................E32
Using the Caller ID list .......................................................................E34
Using Caller ID on Call Waiting service.........................................E36
Advanced calling features
List of features .....................................................................................E37
Voice mail access ...............................................................................E38
Call transfer feature............................................................................E40
Intercom feature..................................................................................E41
3-way conference feature ................................................................E42
Accessing calling features ...............................................................E43
Pre-programmed calling features...................................................E44
Adding new features .........................................................................E45
Call Waiting with Options.................................................................E47
Additional Information
Changing the digital security code ................................................E48
Installing the belt clip.........................................................................E49
Headset installation ...........................................................................E49
Note on power source.......................................................................E50
Maintenance ........................................................................................E50
Troubleshooting...............................................................................E51
Technical Information ....................................................................E52
Warranty ...........................................................................................E53
Sanyo-On-Site (SOS) Information ...............................................E54
Getting Started
Basics
Directory/
speed-dial
Caller ID
Features
Advanced Calling
Features
Additional
Information
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Read this first
This cordless telephone must be set up before use. Follow these steps:
Step 1
(page E3)
Unpack and check the telephone and accessories.
Step 2
(page E4 to E8)
Choose the best location to set
up the base unit.
Base unit
Step 3
(page E9 to E10)
Insert the battery pack into the handset. You
must charge the battery pack for a full 15 hours
before using the phone.
Handset
About the digital security code
This cordless telephone uses a digital security code to prevent unauthorized access to
your base unit. This security code prevents other cordless handsets from making calls
through your base unit.
A random security code will be assigned automatically between your base unit and
handset when you charge the battery pack for the first time.
If you want to reset the security code, see page E48.
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Checking the package contents
Make sure you have received the following items in the package.
• Base unit
• Rechargeable
battery pack
(SANYO 3KR-600AAL)
• Handset
• Telephone line
cord (1)
• AC adaptor
(AD-350)
• Bottom bracket
for desktop use
and wall-mounting
• This Owner's Manual
• Belt clip
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Setting up the base unit
Avoid places near electrical equipment such as refrigerators, computers, TVs,
microwaves or fluorescent lamps. These may cause interference or reduce the operating
range of the cordless telephone.
Do the following steps:
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Choose the best location
Connect the base unit
Choose the dialing mode
Notes:
• The location should be close to both a phone jack and a continuous power outlet which is
not switchable.
• Be sure there is sufficient space to raise the base antenna fully to a vertical position.
• The base can be placed on a desk, tabletop or mounted on a standard wall plate.
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Desktop use
Connect the base unit
If you want to install the base unit
on the wall, see page E7.
1
2
To AC outlet
To DC IN 9V
AC adaptor
(supplied)
3
To telephone outlet
Telephone line cord
(supplied)
To TEL LINE
Note:
When connecting the power cord, make sure it does not create a trip or
fire/electrical hazard. Avoid places where it could become chafed.
1
2
3
Snap the bottom bracket into the notches on the base.
Connect the AC adaptor to the DC IN 9V jack and to a standard 120-V AC wall outlet.
Then raise the antenna to a vertical position.
Connect the telephone line cord to the TEL LINE jack and to a telephone outlet.
Note:
To assure proper handset charging, the bottom bracket must be attached.
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Notes:
• Use only the supplied AD-350 AC adaptor. Do not use any other AC adaptor.
• Connect the AC adaptor to a continuous power supply.
• Place the base unit close to the AC outlet so that you can unplug the AC adaptor easily.
• If your telephone outlet is not modular, contact your telephone company for assistance.
Choose the dialing mode
PULSE
TONE
Depending on your dialing system, set the PULSE-TONE switch as follows:
If your dialing system is
Set the switch to
Tone
TONE
Pulse
PULSE
If you are not sure of your dialing system
Make a trial call with the PULSE-TONE switch set to TONE.
If the call connects, leave the switch as is; otherwise, set to PULSE.
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Mounting the base unit on a wall
Standard wall plate mounting
This phone can be mounted on any standard telephone wall plate.
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2-7
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Attach the bottom bracket to the base as
shown. Make sure all tabs snap into the
notches on the base.
Plug the telephone line cord to the
TEL LINE jack and the small plug of
AC adaptor to the DC IN 9V jack.
Plug the telephone line cord into the
telephone outlet.
Fit the AC adaptor cord into the molded
groove. Then wrap the cord around the
strain relief notch.
Plug the AC adaptor into a standard
120-V AC wall outlet.
Raise the antenna to a vertical position.
Align the mounting slots on the base with the
mounting posts on the wall. Push in and
down until the phone is firmly seated.
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Handset retainer
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On the base unit, pull the handset retainer out
of the slot. Rotate it clockwise 180 degrees.
Flip the retainer. Slide it back into the slot so
that the lip of the retainer is up and the
points down. The retainer holds the handset in
place.
Note:
When the phone is mounted on
the wall, the handset belt clip
must be attached to hold the
handset in the charging position.
Do not place the handset with the
display facing inside.
Direct wall-mounting
If you do not have a standard wall plate, you can still mount your phone directly to the
wall. Before doing this, consider the following:
• Avoid electrical cables, pipes, or other items behind the mounting location, that could
cause a hazard when inserting screws into the wall.
• Try to mount your phone within 10 –15 feet (3 – 4.5 m) of a working phone jack to
avoid excessive cord lengths.
• Make sure the wall material is capable of supporting the weight of the base and
handset.
• Use #10 screws with anchoring devices suitable for the wall material where the base
unit will be placed.
TOP
3/16 in.
1
(4.8 mm)
3-15/16 in.
(100 mm)
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2
Insert two mounting screws with a minimum length
of 1-3/8 inches (35.5 mm) into the wall, 3-15/16
inches (100 mm) apart. Allow about 3/16 of an
inch (4.8 mm) between the wall and screwheads
for mounting the phone.
Refer to steps 1 through 9 on pages E7 and E8 to
mount the telephone.
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Preparing the battery pack
Charge the battery pack for a full 15 hours before you start using your phone.
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2
3
4
5
CHARGE/IN USE
Press on the battery cover and slide the cover
down until it comes off.
Plug in the battery pack connector with the
correct polarity (black and red wires), then insert
the battery pack into the battery compartment.
Slide the battery cover on until it snaps into
place.
Place the handset on the base.
Make sure that the CHARGE/IN USE
indicator lights. If the indicator does not light,
check to see that the AC adaptor is plugged in
and that the handset makes good contact with
the base charging contacts.
Note:
Use only the battery pack supplied or the specified
Sanyo types with your phone.
Type: SANYO 3KR-600AAL or SANYO/GE GES-PCF01
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Battery use time (per charge)
With a fully charged battery:
• Six hours continuous use.
• Seven days when the handset is in the standby mode.
When the battery charge level
becomes low
When the voltage of the battery pack in the handset is
very low and needs to be charged, the phone is
programmed to stop functioning in order to save power.
Low Battery
If the phone is not in use, Low Battery flashes and none of the keys will operate. If
the phone is in use, Low Battery flashes and the handset beeps. Complete your
conversation as quickly as possible and return the handset to the base unit for charging.
Cleaning the battery contacts
To maintain a good charge, it is important to clean the battery contacts with a dry cloth
on the handset and base unit about once a month.
Do not use any liquids or solvents.
Note:
Repeated short chargings may cause memory effect
in the battery pack, which reduces use time of the
battery. It is recommended not to replace the
handset to the base unit after each call.
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BASICS
Making a call
With the handset
Dialing from standby mode
1
Enter the phone number. (Up to 32 digits.)
Example: Enter 9057609944
9057609944
2
Press TALK/END.
Talk flashes in the display.
Talk
9057609944
The volume setting is displayed. For example, if
the volume is set to high, the display shows:
Talk
<High>
3
4
The number is dialed. The call time display
appears about 5 seconds after line connection.
Talk
0:00
9057609944
To hang up, press TALK/END (or place the
handset on the base).
The call time display remains for about
5 seconds after disconnection.
5:15
Notes:
• Press DELETE/SCAN if you enter a wrong number at step 1.
• Press and hold DELETE/SCAN to delete all numbers at once.
• You must press a key within 20 seconds or the phone will return to standby mode.
Other Operations
When you want to:
Do this:
Adjust the earpiece volume
Press
Temporarily switch to tone dialing
(When the base is set to pulse mode)
Press
. The subsequent numbers
dialed will be sent as tone dialing.
Enter a pause in the dialing sequence
Press REDIAL/PAUSE.
Improve reception
Press DELETE/SCAN.
or
during the call.
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Dialing from talk mode
1
Press TALK/END or SPEAKER
. Talk flashes on the display.
Press TALK/END
Press SPEAKER
Talk
Talk
The volume setting is displayed.
For example, if the volume is set to high, the display shows:
Talk
<High>
Talk
<High>
The call-time display appears.
2
Dial the phone number.
Example: Enter 9057609944
Talk
0:17
9057609944
3
Talk
0:17
9057609944
To hang up, press TALK/END or SPEAKER (or place the
handset in the base). The call time display remains for about
5 seconds after disconnection.
10:03
HandsFree Speakerphone in the Handset
• Press SPEAKER during a call to switch to HandsFree
conversation using the handset speakerphone.
• Press SPEAKER again to end the call.
• Press TALK/END to return to normal conversation using
the earpiece speaker.
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With the base
1
2
3
Press SPEAKER on the base. The SPEAKER
indicator lights.
Dial the number on the keypad.
When you finish the call, press SPEAKER on the
base to hang up.
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Receiving a call
With the handset
1
The phone rings.
Incoming call appears.
Incoming Call
2
Press TALK/END. Talk, the call time display and the
volume setting appear.
You can also press SPEAKER on the handset to answer the
call.
Talk
0:00
<Normal>
If you subscribe to Caller ID service, the display may show
the caller’s name/number. (See page E30)
3
Talk with the caller.
Talk
4
0:02
To hang up, press TALK/END.
The call time display remains for about
5 seconds after disconnection.
5:15
Any key answer when ringing
When the handset is off the base, press any handset key to answer the incoming call.
AutoTalk when ringing
When the AutoTalk setting is on, you can simply lift the handset from the base to answer
the call. See “Setting Caller ID options” on page E28 for more details.
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With the base
1
The base rings. The CHARGE/IN USE indicator
flashes.
2
Press SPEAKER.
3
When you finish the call, press SPEAKER to
hang up.
Call Waiting
Note: You must subscribe to Call Waiting service to use this feature.
When a call is received during a telephone call already in progress, you hear a beep.
Press CID/FLASH to switch to the new call.
If you also subscribe to Caller ID on Call Waiting (Visual Call Waiting), you will see the
name and number of the second caller. (See page E36.)
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Lighted keypad
The dialing keypad and the TALK/END key on the handset light up when you press
any key on the keypad. The light turns off if no key is pressed for 5 seconds.
Scanning
Your phone automatically selects the clearest possible channel every time you
receive or place a call. Should you wish to switch channels during a call, the handset
provides a DELETE/SCAN button.
Adjusting the ringer and speaker volume
Ringer volume
In the standby mode, press CALL REVIEW/
VOLUME
or
on the handset to set
the handset ringer volume.
The phone has two ringer tones, each with
two volume levels.
Ringer A High
Ringer A Low
Ringer B High
Ringer B Low
Earpiece volume/handset speaker volume
<Loud>
Pressing CALL REVIEW/VOLUME
or
during a telephone call will change the earpiece
volume/handset speaker volume. This setting will
remain in effect even after you hang up the
telephone.
<High>
When you press
in Loud mode or press
in Normal mode, a beep sounds.
<Medium>
<Normal>
RING VOL
OFF–LOW-HI
Base ringer switch
This switch sets the base ringer HI, LOW, or OFF.
Base speaker volume control
To control the speaker volume of the base,
adjust the VOLUME slide switch as desired.
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VOLUME
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Redialing a call
With the handset
The last three phone numbers dialed can be quickly redialed.
Redialing from standby mode
1
Press REDIAL/PAUSE.
The phone number that was last dialed appears in the
display.
2
Press REDIAL/PAUSE again.
Each press of REDIAL/PAUSE will display one of the
last three numbers dialed.
TALK/END
Most
recent
<Redial1>
9057609944
REDIAL/PAUSE
<Redial2>
2145551234
REDIAL/PAUSE
<Redial3>
9725554321
REDIAL/PAUSE
3
4
5
Press TALK/END. Talk appears in the display, then
the volume setting is displayed.
Then the selected number is dialed. The call time
display appears 5 seconds after line connection.
To hang up, press TALK/END (or place the handset on
the base). The call time display remains for about
5 seconds.
Notes:
• If the dialed number exceeds 32 digits, only the first 32 digits are retained for redialing.
• If no number has been dialed, you hear an error tone and no redialing will be made.
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Redialing from talk mode
1
Press TALK/END.
Talk appears on the display.
Talk
Talk
<High>
2
Press REDIAL/PAUSE.
The last number dialed will be displayed. Only the last
number dialed can be accessed while in talk mode.
3
To hang up, press TALK/END (or place the handset on the
base).
Notes:
• Only the last number dialed can be accessed after TALK/END
has been pressed.
• If no number has been dialed using the handset, you hear an
error tone and no redialing will be made.
With the base
1
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To call the last number dialed from the base,
press SPEAKER.
2
Press REDIAL/PAUSE.
The last number dialed will be redialed.
3
To hang up, press SPEAKER.
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DIRECTORY/SPEED-DIAL
The handset and base each has its own memory for storing phone numbers. The handset
directory can store 20 names/numbers, while the base speed-dial memory holds up to
10 numbers.
Telephone numbers stored in either the handset directory or base memory can be dialed
using just a few key strokes.
Using the handset directory
Storing names/numbers
1
Press and hold MEMORY for about 2 seconds
until Memory Store is displayed.
A beep sounds.
Memory Store
01
02
2
3
#/1
Use
or
, or enter a two-digit number
(01–20) to select the memory location where you
want to store the number.
Press INTERCOM/SELECT.
The following screen appears and a cursor flashes
indicating that you can now enter the name.
Store Name
DELETE/SCAN
TONE/*/0
REDIAL/PAUSE
Note:
In memory store operation,
you must press a key within
20 seconds or the phone will
return to standby. If you return
the handset to the base, it will
return to standby, too.
4
If the following screen appears, the selected location
is already occupied. Then you can either change the
entry in this location, clear the location, or select
Go Back to choose another location.
Edit Memory07
Delete Memory07
Go Back
Use
,
or DELETE/SCAN to enter the name.
,
,
The name cannot exceed 13 characters.
• Use
or
to scroll through the character menu. It contains upper and lower
case letters and various characters.
• Use
and
to move the cursor to the desired location.
• Press briefly DELETE/SCAN to delete a character.
• Press and hold DELETE/SCAN to delete all numbers and characters at once.
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DIRECTORY/SPEED-DIAL
5
Press INTERCOM/SELECT.
Store Number is displayed.
The cursor flashes indicating that
you can now enter the number.
6
Use the number keypad or REDIAL/PAUSE
to enter the phone number.
The phone number cannot exceed 20 digits.
Store Number
Store Number
9057609944
• Use REDIAL/PAUSE to enter a pause in the
dialing sequence.
The display shows a P.
Note:
The pause feature is useful for long distance calling, credit card dialing, or
sequences that require a pause between certain digits.
• Use DELETE/SCAN to delete digits as needed.
• Press and hold DELETE/SCAN to delete all digits at once.
7
8
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Press INTERCOM/SELECT.
The handset beeps and displays the
confirmation screen.
Memory storage is complete.
For example, if you store a name and
number into memory location number 07,
the display shows Memory07 Stored.
After about 2 seconds, Memory Store
is displayed.
Press MEMORY to return to standby mode.
Memory07 Stored
Memory Store
07 SANYO
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DIRECTORY/SPEED-DIAL
Making calls from the handset directory
Memory dialing from standby mode
1
Press MEMORY.
The handset displays your programmed memory
locations.
A beep sounds.
01 SANYO
02 Alison McNab
03 MOM AND DAD
2
#/1
3
Press
and
, or enter a two-digit number
(01– 20) to select the memory location you would like
to dial.
Press TALK/END or SPEAKER . Talk and the
volume setting appear on the display. Then the
displayed number is dialed.
REDIAL/PAUSE
TONE/*/0
Press TALK/END
Press SPEAKER
Talk
0123456789012
Talk
0123456789012
Talk
<Medium>
Talk
<Medium>
Notes:
• If you press INTERCOM/SELECT before TALK/END, you can confirm the name and
number stored in the selected memory location.
• To exit the memory function without dialing, press MEMORY. The handset returns to
standby.
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DIRECTORY/SPEED-DIAL
Display a programmed number
Use
and
to toggle between the name display and the number display.
Name display
Number display
01 SANYO
02 Alison McNab
03 MOM AND DAD
Note:
01 9057609944
02 5452930
03 8175551212
When the stored phone number has 14 or more digits, “ \ ” is displayed next
to the 12th digit. Press
to see the extra digits and
to
return.
06 011813554329
07
08
300000
Memory dialing from Talk mode
1
Press TALK/END or SPEAKER .
Talk and the volume setting appear.
Press TALK/END
2
Talk
Talk
Talk
<High>
Talk
<High>
Press MEMORY.
Talk
3
0:00
Talk
0:00
Enter a two-digit number (01– 20) to select the memory location of the
desired phone number.
The selected phone number is displayed. Then the number is dialed.
Talk
0:35
0123456789012
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Press SPEAKER
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Editing a stored name and/or phone number
1
Press and hold MEMORY until the display shows
the Memory Store screen and any stored
name/number.
A beep sounds.
Memory Store
01 SANYO
02 Alison McNab
2
Memory Store
01 SANYO
02 Alison McNab
#/1
DELETE/SCAN
TONE/*/0
REDIAL/PAUSE
Press
and
, or enter a two-digit number
(01–20) to select the memory location you want to
edit.
3
Press INTERCOM/SELECT.
The following screen appears with the memory
location number that you have selected in the
display.
Edit Memory02
Delete Memory02
Go Back
4
Press
or
to select
Edit Memory, then press INTERCOM/SELECT.
The following screen appears.
The cursor flashes indicating that the name can
be edited. When a name has not been stored, the
cursor appears at the beginning of the second line.
Store Name
Alison McNab
5
Press
,
,
or DELETE/SCAN
,
to edit the name. (See page E19.)
To edit only the phone number, skip this step.
6
Press INTERCOM/SELECT.
The following screen appears.
The cursor flashes indicating that the display is
ready for the number to be edited.
Store Number
5452930
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7
Use the number keys, REDIAL/PAUSE, DELETE/SCAN,
the phone number.
The phone number cannot exceed 20 digits. (See page E20.)
When the phone number will not be edited, skip this step.
8
Press INTERCOM/SELECT.
The handset beeps and displays the confirmation
screen. The memory storage is complete.
For example, if you store a name and number into
memory location number 02, the display shows
Memory02 stored.
After about 2 seconds, Memory Store
is displayed.
9
, or
Memory02 Stored
Memory Store
01 SANYO
02 Alison McNab
Press MEMORY or place the handset on the base to return to standby mode.
Display a programmed number
Use
and
number display.
Name display
Memory Store
01 SANYO
02 Alison McNab
to switch between the name display and the
Number display
Memory Store
01 9057609944
02 5452930
• When the stored phone number has 14 or more digits, “ \” is displayed next to
the 12th digit.
Press
to see the extra digits and
to return.
Memory Store
06 011813554329
07
E24
to edit
Memory Store
300000
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Erasing a stored name and phone number
1
Press and hold MEMORY until the display shows the
Memory Store screen and any stored name/number.
A beep sounds.
Memory Store
01 SANYO
02 Alison McNab
2
Press
and
, or enter a two-digit number (01– 20)
to select the memory location you want to edit.
Memory Store
01 SANYO
02 Alison McNab
3
Press INTERCOM/SELECT.
The following screen appears with the memory location
number that you have selected in the display.
DELETE/SCAN
4
Press
Edit Memory02
Delete Memory02
Go Back
to move the cursor down to the
Delete Memory command line.
5
6
7
8
Press INTERCOM/SELECT. The following
confirmation screen appears.
Press
to move the cursor to
Edit Memory02
Delete Memory02
Go Back
Delete Memory02?
Yes
No
Yes.
Press INTERCOM/SELECT or DELETE/SCAN.
There is a confirmation tone and the entry is
deleted. The following screen appears.
Memory02 Deleted
After a few seconds the display returns to the
Memory Store screen.
You may select another number to delete (return
to step 4) or press MEMORY to return to standby.
Memory Store
01 SANYO
02
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Using the base station speed-dial memory
Storing numbers in the speed-dial memory
You can store only numbers in the base memory.
1
2
3
Press MEMORY. The CHARGE/IN USE
indicator blinks.
Dial the number you want to store.
(up to 16 digits)
Press MEMORY and enter the memory location
number (0–9) on the keypad.
A confirmation tone sounds.
Note:
If you store a phone number in one of speed-dial locations and
attempt to store different number in the same location later, the
new number will replace the previous one.
Note:
You cannot use the speed-dial memory feature from the handset
and the handset directory from the base station.
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Dialing a number from the speed-dial memory
1
Press SPEAKER. The SPEAKER indicator
lights.
2
Press MEMORY and enter the memory location
number (0–9) on the keypad.
Then the stored number will be dialed.
Erasing a number in the speed-dial memory
1
Press MEMORY. The CHARGE/IN USE
indicator blinks.
2
Press MEMORY again.
3
Enter the memory location number (0–9) you
want to delete. A confirmation tone sounds
and the number is erased.
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Caller ID
You must subscribe to the Caller ID service from your local telephone
company to use this feature.
When the telephone rings, the Caller ID feature allows you to view the caller's name and
phone number on the display before you answer the phone.
When you review the Caller List, the handset displays the phone number of the incoming
calls, the caller’s name, time called, and the number of calls received. You can dial the
displayed number and store the information in the directory for memory dialing.
Note:
You must subscribe to Caller ID on Call Waiting (Visual Call Waiting) if you want to see the
name/number of the second caller while you are already on the phone. (See page E36.)
Setting Caller ID options
There are four Caller ID setup options available:
AutoTalk On/Off,
CIDCW (Caller ID on Call Waiting) On/Off/Opt,
Area Code and
Language (English or French).
See next page for more detailed instructions.
AutoTalk On/Off allows you to turn on or off the AutoTalk feature that automatically
turns the handset into talk mode when you pick it up from the base. The factory default
setting is Off.
Note:
When you subscribe to Caller ID service, you may not want to answer every incoming call
before you know who is calling. When AutoTalk is set to off, you must press TALK/END
to answer the call.
Caller ID on Call Waiting (CIDCW) performs the same as regular Caller ID on a second
call. You must subscribe to this service (Visual Call Waiting, for example) from your
phone company in order to use this feature.
The Area Code option can be used to program your area code in the Caller ID memory.
When an incoming call has the same area code as yours, the phone automatically
recognizes it as a local number and drops the area code when dialing or storing the
number directly from the Caller ID list. You may wish to enter your local area code before
you use this phone for the first time or if you move to a new area.
The Language option can be used to choose the language of your display.
You can choose either English or French.
Note:
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To change your Caller ID options:
1
Press SERVICE MENU. The following screen appears:
Select Service
1 Voice Mail
2 Network Svc
2
Press 3 (or
twice) to select
The following screen appears:
Option, then press INTERCOM/SELECT.
1 Auto Talk:Off
2 CIDCW
:On
3 Area Code:
3
Use
or
to move the cursor to the selection that you would like to change.
Press INTERCOM/SELECT to switch between On and Off for Auto Talk.
Press INTERCOM/SELECT to switch between On, Off and Opt for CIDCW.
4
To program your Area Code, press
to move the cursor to select Area
Code.
Then press INTERCOM/SELECT and enter the 3-digit area code by using the number
keypad 0 – 9 . After entering your Area Code, press INTERCOM/SELECT.
5
To set up the language of your display, press
4 Language.
Press INTERCOM/SELECT to select
to move the cursor to
Eng (English) or Fr (French).
2 CIDCW
:On
3 Area Code:
4 Language :Eng
6
After you have made your selections, press SERVICE MENU to return to standby.
Note:
CIDCW Settings
• When you subscribe to Call Waiting or Visual Call Waiting service, select On.
• When you subscribe to Call Waiting with Options service (Call Director), select Opt.
Please see page E47 for more information.
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When the telephone rings
1
When a call is received, the display shows the caller’s phone number, along with the
date and time. The incoming call information is stored in the Caller ID list.
If the Caller ID service includes the caller’s name, it appears on the display (up to
15 letters).
Number of calls from the same phone number
The date and time received
5/11 12:30PM
Caller's name
SANYO
Caller's phone number
905-760-9944
01
Here are some typical displays:
2
When the phone number and
name data are received
When invalid data is received
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SANYO
905-760-9944
Incomplete Data
When a private name is
received
When a private number
is received
5/11 12:30PM 01
Private Name
905-760-9944
5/11 12:30PM 01
SANYO
Private Number
When an unknown name
is received
When an unknown number
is received
5/11 12:30PM 01
Unknown Name
905-760-9944
5/11 12:30PM 01
SANYO
Unknown Number
When you answer the call, the display changes to Talk. (See page E14.)
Data errors appear
as “■”.
5/11 12:30PM 01
SAN O
905-7 -9944
Notes:
• If you answer a call before the Caller ID data is received (Example: before the second ring),
the Caller ID display will not appear.
• When the call is via a private branch exchange (PBX), the caller's phone number and name
may not appear.
• When the call is received via a telephone company that does not offer Caller ID service, the
caller's phone number and name do not appear. (This includes international calls.)
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Viewing the Caller ID list
The Caller ID list stores information for up to 50 incoming calls including
unanswered calls.
1
Press CID/FLASH.
The summary screen appears.
The screen shows the number of new calls and total
calls.
New :01
Total:02
2
3
Press
to display the latest caller information.
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SANYO
905-760-9944
1
3
4
Press
Or press
to see the next caller.
to see previous caller.
Press CID/FLASH or return the handset on the base to
return to standby.
Notes:
• In Caller ID operation, if no key is pressed for more than 20 seconds, an error tone sounds
and the telephone returns to the standby mode.
Long distance number and area code setting
To call back a long distance number from the Caller
ID list, press 1 while the number is displayed in
step 2. The prefix 1- will be displayed at the
beginning of the phone number. (When the phone
number is 15 digits or longer, only 1 is displayed.)
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SANYO
1-905-760-9944
Press 1
again to remove the long distance prefix 1-.
Press 3
to add or delete the area code from the displayed phone number.
Note:
The phone numbers and names of the Caller ID list can be up to 15 characters each.
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Deleting information from the Caller ID list
The Caller ID list of the CLT-2430 stores up to 50 entries. If the phone receives the 51st
call, the oldest one in the list is automatically deleted.
Any Caller ID entry can be deleted manually.
Deleting a Caller ID entry
1
Press CID/FLASH.
Display the name/number to be deleted from the Caller
ID list by pressing
or
.
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SANYO
905-760-9944
2
Press DELETE/SCAN.
Delete Message?
Yes
No
3
Press
4
Press INTERCOM/SELECT or DELETE/SCAN.
or
to select Yes or
No.
When the pointer is at Yes:
A beep tone sounds and the next Caller ID
name/number is displayed.
When the pointer is at No:
The display returns to the Caller ID display.
Note:
If you receive an incoming call, the deleting operation is cancelled.
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Deleting all Caller ID names/numbers
1
Press CID/FLASH.
New :01
Total:02
2
Press DELETE/SCAN.
Delete All?
Yes
No
3
4
Press
or
to select Yes or
No.
Press INTERCOM/SELECT or DELETE/SCAN.
When the pointer is at Yes:
A beep tone sounds and all stored Caller ID entries
are deleted.
Total:00
When the pointer is at No:
The display returns to the summary screen.
New :01
Total:02
Note:
If you receive an incoming call, the deleting operation is cancelled.
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Using the Caller ID list
Calling a party from the Caller ID list
You can place a call from the Caller ID list.
1
Press CID/FLASH.
Select the phone number that you want to dial by
pressing
or
.
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SANYO
905-760-9944
2
Press TALK/END.
The displayed phone number dials automatically.
Talk
9057609944
Notes:
• When a long distance number is selected, 1 appears in the display.
• You cannot make a call from the Caller ID list if your CLT-2430 is connected to private
branch exchange (PBX).
Long distance numbers
Press 1 to add or remove the long distance prefix
number in step1.
1- from the displayed
Area code setting
Press 3
to add or delete the area code from the displayed number.
Number editing
Press INTERCOM/SELECT after step 1 to edit the displayed phone number.
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Storing a Caller ID entry in the directory memory
Names and numbers shown in the Caller ID list can be stored in the directory memory.
1
Press CID/FLASH.
Select the phone number to be stored from the Caller ID list
by pressing
or
.
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SANYO
905-760-9944
2
Press MEMORY.
Select Location
01 SANYO
02 Alison McNab
3
Press
or
to select the memory location.
Or press the dial button ( 0
number (01–20).
4
–
9
) and select the
Press INTERCOM/SELECT.
A beep tone will sound. The number is stored in memory
and the display returns to the Caller ID list.
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SANYO
905-760-9944
Notes:
• You cannot store a Caller ID entry that includes no phone number.
• If there is an incoming call or page during memory storing, the operation is cancelled and
the telephone is set to receive the incoming call or page.
If a number has
Replace Memory?
already been stored in
Yes
the selected memory
No
location of the directory,
a confirmation screen is displayed. Press
to select Yes.
Press INTERCOM/SELECT to overwrite. The display returns to the Caller ID list.
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Using Caller ID on Call Waiting service
Caller ID and Call Waiting are separate services. Caller ID on Call Waiting (CIDCW or
Visual Call Waiting for example) performs the same as regular Caller ID on a waiting call.
You must subscribe to the Caller ID on Call Waiting service before you can use the
following features. The Call Waiting service can also be used independently. Please
contact your telephone company for details.
1
When an incoming call arrives while you are already on the
phone, you hear a beep and the phone number and name of
the new caller is displayed.
Talk
10:30
SANYO
905-760-9944
2
Press CID/FLASH.
You will be able to talk with the second caller. The first caller
will be put on hold.
3
To return to the first caller, press CID/FLASH again.
Note:
When you subscribe to Call Waiting with Options service and CIDCW is set to Opt. in the
Caller ID setup menu, you can press the CID/FLASH key after receiving a call waiting signal
and view a list of options for handling the new call. Choose an option using the
and
keys and press INTERCOM/SELECT to activate. (See pages E29 and E47.)
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You can access a list of calling services provided by your local telephone company by
using the SERVICE MENU key on the handset. You may be required to subscribe to these
services before they can be used. Please contact your local telephone company for more
details or subscription. Availability of these services varies.
Note:
A subscription may be required and fees may apply for using each of the features listed
below. Contact your local telephone company for more details or subscription.
List of features
Voice Mail* Access (page E38)
Many telephone companies offer an electronic mailbox service. When you
subscribe to this service, your callers can leave messages for you. The
CLT-2430 allows you to program your Voice Mailbox access number into
its memory for quick retrieval of your messages.
Network Features (page E43)
The following calling features offered by many telephone companies are
pre-programmed for easy access.
•
•
•
•
Last Call Return
Busy Call Return
Cancel Call Waiting
Select Blocking
Call Waiting with Options (page E47)
The following options are pre-programmed to use with Call Waiting with
Options (Call Director) service.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Switch/FLASH
Ask to hold
Tell busy
Take message
Answer/drop first
Conference
Drop first
Drop last
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Voice Mail access
If you subscribe to voice mail service, you can program your CLT-2430 to easily access
your voice mailbox. The voice mail indicator on the base of your phone flashes whenever
you have messages waiting in your voice mailbox.
Programming your access number
1
Press and hold SERVICE MENU.
2
Press INTERCOM/SELECT.
The handset displays:
If you have previously stored a number,
the display will show:
3
4
Edit Service
01 Voice mail
02 Network Svc
Store Number
Edit Number
Delete Number
Go Back
Enter your Mailbox access number.
Press INTERCOM/SELECT. You will hear a
long beep and the display shows:
Number Stored
Note:
You must subscribe to a voice mail service from
your telephone company in order to use this feature.
Retrieving your voice mail messages
The VOICE MAIL indicator on the base will flash when you have received new
voice messages.
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1
To access your Voice Mailbox, press SERVICE/MENU
and select VOICE MAIL.
2
Then press TALK/END or SPEAKER.
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Resetting the message waiting
indicator
You may need to occasionally reset the VOICE MAIL
indicator if it remains on after you have retrieved your
messages.
To reset the indicator, put the handset on the base
then press and hold the INTERCOM/PAGE/FIND key
for two seconds, or until the indicator stops flashing.
VOICE MAIL indicator
INTERCOM/PAGE/FIND Key
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Call transfer feature
Transferring a call
To transfer from the handset to the base
1
Press INTERCOM/SELECT on the handset during Talk mode.
The caller is put on hold and a series of beeps sound on the
base.
Hold
Paging Base
2
Press INTERCOM/PAGE/FIND or SPEAKER on the base.
The intercom mode is activated, but the caller is still on hold.
3
To transfer the call to the base, press TALK/END on the
handset. To cancel the transfer, press SPEAKER on the base.
To transfer from the base to the handset
1
Press INTERCOM/PAGE/FIND on the base
during speaker phone mode.
The caller is put on hold and a series beeps
sound on the handset.
Hold
Paging
2
3
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Press INTERCOM/SELECT or TALK/END on the
handset. The intercom mode is activated, but
the caller is still on hold.
To transfer the call to the handset, press
SPEAKER on the base. To cancel the transfer,
press TALK/END on the handset.
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Intercom feature
Using the intercom of your phone
Paging from the base to handset
1
Press INTERCOM/PAGE/FIND on the base. The
handset beeps. (If the handset does not answer,
press INTERCOM/PAGE/FIND again to
disconnect.)
Paging
The INTERCOM indicator on the base flashes.
2
Press INTERCOM/SELECT or TALK/END on the
handset to answer. “Intercom” appears on
the display.
3
To turn off the intercom, press TALK/END on the
handset or SPEAKER on the base.
Paging from the handset to base
1
Press INTERCOM/SELECT on the handset.
(If the base does not answer, press INTERCOM/SELECT again
to disconnect.)
Paging Base
The INTERCOM indicator on the base flashes.
2
At the base, press INTERCOM/PAGE/FIND or SPEAKER to
answer. Speak into the base microphone.
3
To turn off the intercom, press TALK/END on the handset or
SPEAKER on the base.
Note:
• If the page is not answered within one minute, the paging stops automatically.
• The CHARGE/IN USE and INTERCOM indicators light during intercom conversation.
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3-way conference feature
3-way conference
The CLT-2430 allows 3-way conversation between the handset, base and an outside line.
When a call is in progress on the handset
1
Press SPEAKER on the base.
This will establish the 3-way conversation
mode.
2
Press SPEAKER on the base to cancel the 3way conference. The handset remains
connected to the outside line.
When a call is in progress on the base
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1
Press TALK/END on the handset.
This will establish the 3-way conversation mode.
2
Press TALK/END on the handset to cancel the 3-way
conference. The base remains connected to the outside line.
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Accessing calling features
To access the network calling features programmed into your phone, follow the
instructions below. General descriptions of each service are given in the following section.
For complete instructions for using each service, please contact your local telephone
company.
1
Press SERVICE MENU.
The following screen appears.
Select Service
1 Voice mail
2 Network SVC
2
Use
or press 2 to select Network SVC
and then press INTERCOM/SELECT.
The display shows the pre-programmed calling features.
01 Call Return
02 Busy Redial
03 Cnc1 Call Wtg
3
4
Use the
or
key or enter a two-digit number
(01-12) to select the feature you would like to use.
Press TALK/END or SPEAKER. Talk and the volume
setting appear for a few moments. The display shows the
activation code being dialed.
Talk
*69
Note:
You must select a service from the menu before pressing TALK/END (or SPEAKER).
Notes:
• When using certain calling features, local toll or long distance charges may apply.
• Certain calling features may not be used on some long distance calls or from certain types
of business lines.
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Pre-programmed calling features
The following calling features and activation codes are pre-programmed in the CLT-2430.
Activation codes may vary depending on local telephone company. See next page to
reprogram a different code of any of these features.
No.
Calling feature
Display
01
02
03
04
Last Call Return
Busy Call Return
Cancel Call Waiting
Select Blocking
Call Return
Busy Redial
Cncl Call Wtg
Select Block
Preprogrammed
activation codes
✱69
✱66
✱70
✱67
Displaying the pre-programmed activation codes
Use the
activation code.
and
keys to switch between the calling feature and its
Calling features
01 Call Return
02 Busy Redial
03 Cnc1 Call Wtg
Activation codes
01 *69
02 *66Ł
03 *70
Descriptions of calling features
The following descriptions are typical and may vary depending on local calling area and
service availability. For complete instructions, please contact your telephone company.
Last Call Return remembers the number of the person who called you last and
automatically dials that number. This feature is useful if you just missed an incoming call.
Busy Call Return continually redials a busy number for you. When a number is busy,
Busy Redial monitors the busy number and lets you know when the line is free.
Cancel Call Waiting temporarily cancels call waiting service. This feature is useful if
you have call waiting service, but don’t want to be disturbed during a call.
Select Blocking allows you to block your caller ID information from being displayed to
the party you are calling. Select this option before dialing.
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Adding new features
The last eight calling feature locations are available for you to program new features into
your CLT-2430. You may also reprogram features in any of the other locations or restore
the pre-programmed service at any time.
Add or edit a service
1
Press and hold SERVICE MENU.
The following screen appears.
Use
or press 2 to select
Network SVC.
Edit Service
1 Voice mail
2 Network Svc
2
Press INTERCOM/SELECT and the edit menu is
displayed.
Select to Edit
01 Call Return
02 Busy Redial
3
Use the
and
keys to select the feature location
you would like to edit.
Select to Edit
01 Call Return
02 Busy Redial
4
Press INTERCOM/SELECT.
The following screen appears with the service location number that you have selected
in the display.
Edit Svc02
Restore Svc02
Go Back
You can restore a feature to its original pre-programmed service. Just
select Restore Svc02 and follow the instructions below.
If you have selected Restore
following display appears:
Svc02, the
Select Yes to restore Busy Redial. The
following display appears. The phone
returns to step2.
Restore Svc02?
Yes
No
Service Setting
Restored
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5
FEATURES
Press INTERCOM/SELECT to edit the feature stored in location two.
The following screen appears:
Service Name
Busy Redial
The cursor flashes indicating that the name can be edited. Use the
,
and
keys to enter a new name.
and
Press the DELETE/SCAN key to delete a character.
Press and hold DELETE/SCAN to delete all characters at once.
6
Press INTERCOM/SELECT when you have entered a new name.
The following screen appears:
Service Number
*66
The cursor flashes indicating that the code can be edited or entered. Use the keypad to
enter a new code.
If you enter a wrong digit, press DELETE/SCAN.
To delete wrong digits all together, press and hold DELETE/SCAN.
7
Press INTERCOM/SELECT. The following screen appears:
Service02 Stored
8
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Press SERVICE MENU or return the handset to the base to return to standby mode.
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FEATURES
Call Waiting with Options
This feature gives you more options for Caller ID on Call Waiting (Visual Call Waiting). At
the touch of a button, you can ask the waiting caller to hold, send the caller to your voice
mail service or have a conference with both first and second callers. You may be required
to subscribe to voice mail service, Call Waiting and Call Waiting with Options to use these
features. Not all features are available in all areas. Check with your local telephone
company for details.
Setting CIDCW option
1
2
Press SERVICE MENU.
Press 3 (or
twice) to select Option, then press
INTERCOM/SELECT. The following display appears.
1 Auto Talk:off
2 CIDCW
:on
3 Area code:
3
to select CIDCW.
Press
1 Auto Talk:off
2 CIDCW
:on
3 Area code:
4
Press INTERCOM/SELECT to select opt.
1 Auto Talk:off
2 CIDCW
:opt
3 Area code:
Selecting an option
1
2
When you receive a call waiting signal, you may see the
caller’s name/number in the display.
Press CID/FLASH for a list of options.
Press the
option.
key or enter a number (1–8) to select an
1 Switch/FLASH
2 Ask to Hold
3 Tell Busy
3
Press INTERCOM/SELECT.
A confirmation screen appears.
Talk
0:15
Call Holding
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Your CLT-2430 is pre-programmed with 8 call waiting options.
No.
Option
Message
1
Switch/FLASH
Press CID/FLASH to switch callers
2
Ask to Hold
Pre-recorded message asks 2nd caller to hold
3
Tell Busy
Pre-recorded message tells 2nd caller you are busy
4
Take Message
Asks 2nd caller to leave a voice message
5
Answer/Drop first
Disconnects the 1st caller and answers the 2nd
6
Conference
Starts a 3-way conference call with both callers
7
Drop first
Disconnects 1st caller
8
Drop Last
Disconnects 2nd caller
Check with your local telephone company for a full list of options.
Changing the digital security code
The digital security code is an identification code used to connect the handset and the
base unit. Normally, setting the code is not necessary.
The first time you charge your handset, the security code is automatically set.
(See page E2.)
In the rare situation that you suspect another cordless telephone is using the same
security code, you can change the code.
1
2
Remove the handset from the base unit. Press
and hold INTERCOM/PAGE/FIND.
While holding INTERCOM/PAGE/FIND, return
the handset on the base unit. The paging stops.
Leave the handset on the base more than 5
seconds.
A new security code is set.
Note:
If the handset battery pack is completely discharged or the battery pack is removed, the
digital security code will be lost. If this happens, a new security code is set automatically
the next time the battery pack is charged.
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Installing the belt clip
To attach the belt clip
To remove the belt clip
Insert the belt clip into the holes on
each side of the handset. Press down
until it clicks.
Insert a standard flat head screwdriver
into a notch of the belt clip, then remove
the belt clip as shown below.
Note:
If you have wall-mounted the base,
you must install the belt clip to hold
the handset in the proper charging
position. Do not hang the handset
with the display facing inside.
Headset installation
Your phone may be used with an optional
headset. To use this feature, simply plug a
standard shielded headset with a 2.5-mm plug
into the headset jack. Your phone is ready for
hands-free conversation.
headset
jack
Note:
Not all headsets are the same. Some headsets may
lower volume levels or performance of the phone.
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Note on power source
RECYCLING NICKELCADMIUM BATTERIES
Battery replacement and
handling
NICKEL-CADMIUM
BATTERIES MUST
BE DISPOSED OF
PROPERLY.
When the operating time becomes
short, even after a battery is recharged,
please replace the battery.
With normal usage, your battery should
last about one year.
For a replacement battery, please
contact your place of purchase or fill out
the attached order form and mail it.
Ni-Cd
Nickel-cadmium cells are used in the
battery pack. Please take your used
nickel-cadmium battery packs to a store
that recycles nickel-cadmium batteries.
Power Failure
During the period that the power is off, you will not be able to make or receive calls
with the telephone.
Caution
•
•
•
•
Use only the specified battery pack. (See page E9.)
Do not remove the battery from the handset to charge it.
Never throw the battery into a fire, disassemble it, or heat it.
Do not remove or damage the battery casing.
Maintenance
When slightly dirty
Wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
When very dirty
Wipe with a soft cloth that has been
dampened with diluted, neutral
detergent. Dry with a dry cloth.
When the charging terminals
become dirty
Wipe with a dry cloth.
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Caution
Do not use paint thinner, benzene,
alcohol, or other chemical
products. Doing so may discolor
the surface of the telephone and
damage the finish.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If your phone is not performing to your expectations, please try these simple steps first.
Symptom
Suggestion
The CHARGE/IN USE
indicator won't come on
when the handset is
placed in the base unit.
• Make sure the AC adaptor is plugged into the base unit
and wall outlet.
• Make sure the handset is properly seated in the base
unit.
• Make sure the charging contacts on the handset and
base unit are clean.
Weak and/or scratchy
sound
• Make sure that the base unit antenna is in a vertical
position.
• Interference by other electronics equipment such as
TVs, computers, microwaves, fluorescent lighting, etc.
• Move the handset and/or base unit to a different
location away from metal objects or appliances and try
again.
• Make sure that you are not too far from the base.
Can't make or receive calls. • Check both ends of the base unit telephone line cord.
• Make sure the AC adaptor is plugged into the base unit
and wall outlet.
• Disconnect the AC adaptor for a few minutes, then
reconnect it.
• Reset the digital security code (See page E48).
• Make sure TALK/END is pressed.
The handset doesn't ring
or receive a page.
• The battery pack may be weak. Charge the battery on
the base unit for more than 15 hours.
If the handset still does not work, you may need to
replace the battery.
• The handset may be too far away from the base unit.
• Place the base unit away from appliances or metal
objects.
• Reset the digital security code (See page E48).
The Caller ID does not
display.
• The call was answered before the second ring.
• The call was placed through a switchboard.
• Call your local telephone company to verify your Caller
ID service is current.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
REN Number:
NOTICE:
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each
terminal device provides an indication of the maximum number
of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface.
The REN number of this unit is located on the bottom of the
base unit. The termination on an interface may consist of any
combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the
sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does
not exceed 5.
Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this
telephone. Other devices, including other cordless telephone
telephones, may interfere with the operation of this cordless
telephone or cause noise during operation. Units without coded
access may be accessed by other radio communication
systems. Cordless telephones must not cause interference to
any licensed radio service.
CAUTION
This Product is intended for use in CANADA only. Sale or use in
other countries may violate local laws.
Cordless telephones use radio frequencies to allow mobility.
This affects the performance of your unit.
1. NOISE
Electrical pulse noise is present in most homes at one time or
another. This is most intense during electrical storms. Certain
kinds of electrical equipment, such as light dimmers, fluorescent
bulbs, motors, fans, etc., also generate pulse noise.
Because radio frequencies are susceptible to this, you may on
occasion hear pulse noise through the handset. This is usually
only a minor annoyance and should not be interpreted as a
defect of the unit.
2. RANGE
Because radio frequencies are used, the location of the base
station can affect the operating range of the unit. Try several
locations and choose the one that gives the clearest signal to
the handset. (Turning in a circle while holding the handset may
also increase the operating range.)
3. INTERFERENCE
Electronic circuits activate a relay to connect the unit to your
telephone line. These electronic circuits operate in the radio
frequency spectrum. While several protection circuits are used
to prevent unwanted signals, there may be periods when these
unwanted signals enter the base station. You may hear click or
hear the relay activate when you are not using the cordless
handset. If this occurs frequently, you can minimize or eliminate
the problem by lowering the height of the base station or
relocating the base station. It may also be helpful to change the
operating channel and/or the security code setting.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this
device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference, including interference that may cause
undesired operation of the device.
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The Industry Canada Label identifies certified equipment. This
certification means that the equipment meets certain
telecommunications network protective, operational and safety
requirements. The ministry does not guarantee that the
equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is
permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local
telecommunications company. The equipment must also be
installed using an acceptable method of construction.
In some cases, the company’s inside wiring associated with
single-line individual service may be extended by means of a
certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord). The
customer should be aware that compliance with the above
conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some
situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized
Canadian maintenance facility designated buy the supplier. Any
repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or
equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications
company cause to request that the user disconnect the
equipment.
The user should ensure for his own protection that the
electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone
lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are
connected together. This precaution may be particularly
important in rural areas.
CAUTION
Users should not attempt to make such connections
themselves, but should contact the appropriate electrical
inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended
to alert the user to the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the product.
This symbol on the product is used to identify the following
important information. Use only with specified SANYO power
adaptor.
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THE SANYO COMFORT WARRANTY
WARRANTY APPLICATION
Sanyo Communications products purchased
new, unused in Canada through a Sanyo
Authorized Dealer are warranted against
manufacturing defects in materials and
workmanship for ONE YEAR covering parts and
labour, from the date of purchase by the original
retail purchaser. This warranty only applies in
favour of the original retail purchaser of the
warranted product.
SANYO CANADA INC.’S RESPONSIBILITY
During the warranty period, SANYO Canada Inc.
will repair, or at our option, replace a
Communications product which shows
evidence of a manufacturing defect in materials
or workmanship. Replacement PARTS are
warranted for the remaining portion of the
warranty period.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
(a) Communications products purchased
outside Canada.
(b) Communications products purchased in a
used condition.
(c) Communications products purchased from
non Sanyo-authorized dealer.
(d) Communications products not intended for
Canadian usage or products without
appropriate Canadian regulatory approvals.
(e) Problems due to product set-up and
installation.
(f) Adjustments that are outlined in the
Operating Manual.
(g) Accessory items including antenna, and
batteries,
(h) Damage in or due to transportation.
(i) Damage due to improper maintenance,
accident, abuse, misuse or negligence.
(j) Damage caused by lightning and power
surges.
ORIGINAL RETAIL PURCHASER’S
RESPONSIBILITY
You, the original retail purchaser, must present
your original, dated bill-of-sale together with this
warranty to SANYO Canada Inc. or to an
authorized Sanyo Service Depot when you
make a claim under this warranty.
You, the original retail purchaser, are
responsible for any costs of TRANSPORTING
the product to and from SANYO Canada Inc. or
an authorized Sanyo Service Depot. You also are
responsible for the cost of any MAINTENANCE
necessary in respect of the product.
WARRANTY BECOMES VOID
This warranty becomes void if the product’s
serial numbers are altered or removed or if any
repair to the product is made other than by
SANYO Canada Inc. or by an authorized Sanyo
Service Depot.
LIMITATIONS
(a). SANYO Canada Inc. reserves the right to
change or improve the design of the model
of the product warranted hereunder
without incurring any obligation to make
any modifications to or to install any
improvement in or on the product.
(b). In no event shall SANYO Canada Inc. or any
of its Authorized Dealers be liable for
special or consequential damage arising
from the use of this product.
STATUTORY WARRANTIES
The above provisions do not preclude the
operation of any applicable provincial statute
which in certain circumstances may not allow
some of the limitations and exclusions
described in this Warranty. Where any terms of
this Warranty are prohibited by such a statute,
they shall be deemed null and void but the
remainder of this warranty shall remain in effect.
HOW TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE
Please contact the Sanyo Authorized Dealer
from whom the product was purchased, or
contact us directly at:
SANYO Canada Inc.
300 Applewood Cres.
Concord, Ont. L4K 5C7
(905) 760-9944
1-800-263-2244
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At Sanyo, fulfilling the needs of our customers is a priority. That’s why we created our Sanyo
On Site (SOS) customer service program that guarantees satisfaction. We’re so confident
about the quality of our products that we’re expanding our warranty to include the following
exceptional, new level of service.
SOS guarantees you:
Nationwide Customer Support
SOS is there to help you. Our friendly and knowledgeable product specialists will quickly
answer your questions about setup and use of Sanyo telephone products. Simply call toll free
from anywhere in Canada to connect to our no-charge, SOS support and service network.
1-800-263-2244 between 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM EST
Stay-At-Home Convenience
It’s a nuisance making another trip to the store when you’re stuck. Now with SOS,
all that’s necessary is a quick call from your home for product assistance
or exchange. SOS – it’s the ultimate in convenience.
Hassle-Free Exchange
Should your Sanyo telephone/telephone with answering system require servicing during the
warranty period, SOS will have a free replacement unit at your door within 48 hours.* For
security reasons, you will be asked to give us your credit card number (VISA or MasterCard).
Guaranteed Quality
All SOS replacement sets are checked and serviced by factory-authorized technicians before
being sent out. SOS means you never have to worry.
With SOS,
we’ve got you
covered!
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* Two business days required
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