Sony MP-7001 User's manual

Sony MP-7001 User's manual
3-866-383-11(2)
Alphanumeric
Pager
Operating Instructions
MODEL NO. MP-7001
Tested To Comply
With FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
MP-7001
c1999 by Sony Corporation
Owner’s record
The model and serial numbers are located on the rear of the
unit. Record the serial number in the space provided below.
Refer to these numbers when you call your service provider
regarding this product.
Model No. MP-7001
Serial No.
WARNING
To prevent fire or shock hazard,
do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
CAUTION
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this manual could void your
authority to operate this equipment.
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: SONY
Model No.: MP-7001
Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc.
Address: 1 Sony Drive, Park Ridge, NJ.07656 USA
Telephone No.: 201-930-6970
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
This product is not intended to be serviced. Should the
product cease to function in its intended manner, it should
be returned to the manufacturer or be discarded.
2
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the condition that this device
does not cause harmful interference.
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Getting Started
INFORMATION
IMPORTANT SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
1) Read Instructions - All the safety and operating
instructions should be read before the product is
operated.
2) Retain Instructions - The safety and operating
instructions should be retained for future reference.
3) Heed Warnings - All warnings on the product and
in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
4) Follow Instructions - All operating and use
instructions should be followed.
5) Water and Moisture - Do not use this product near
water-for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl,
kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; or
near a swimming pool; and the like.
6) Object and Liquid Entry - Never push objects of
any kind into this product through openings as
they may touch dangerous voltage points or shortout parts that could result in a fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
7) Servicing - Do not attempt to service this product
yourself as opening or removing covers may
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8) Replacement Parts - When replacement parts are
required, be sure the service technician has used
replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or
have the same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,
electric shock, or other hazard.
9) Safety Check - Upon completion of any service or
repairs to this product, ask the service technician to
perform safety checks to determine that the
product is in proper operating condition.
10) Heat - The product should be situated away from
heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
11) Avoid exposure to extreme temperatures, direct
sunlight, moisture, sand, dust, or mechanical
shock. Never leave the unit in a car parked in the
sun or near a car heater.
12) Clean the pager body with a soft dry cloth.
Do not use any type of solvent which may damage
the finish of the casing.
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Getting Started
expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Table of contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .......... 4
Features ....................................................... 8
Before operating the pager ....................... 9
Getting Started
Looking at your pager .............................. 10
Pager ........................................................ 10
Display ...................................................... 11
Inserting the battery ................................ 13
Turning the power on .............................. 14
Setting the time and date ...................... 15
Turning the power off ............................ 16
Receiving Messages
Receiving and reading messages .............
Selecting a menu ......................................
Reading a message ...................................
Reading the next message .......................
Locking and unlocking a message ...........
Deleting messages ....................................
17
19
20
22
23
24
Deleting one message ............................. 24
Deleting all messages .............................. 25
Moving a message to a folder .................. 26
6
Reading a message in a folder ............... 27
Moving a message to another folder .... 28
Deleting a message in a folder ............... 29
Memo Function
Searching for a memo ............................. 32
Editing a memo ....................................... 33
Deleting a memo ..................................... 33
Settings
Troubleshooting ........................................ 44
Specifications ............................................ 46
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Settings
34
35
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
Memo Function
Setting alert notification ..........................
Setting the alarm clock ............................
Selecting an audible alert type ................
Setting the “Do Not Disturb” time ..........
Changing the banner ...............................
Changing an inbox or folder name .........
Changing the scroll mode ........................
Adjusting the contrast ..............................
Viewing the product information ...........
Receiving Messages
Entering a memo ...................................... 30
Getting Started
Managing the message folders ............... 27
Features
– Unique Jog Dial  navigator provides
quick access to messages and menu
– Displays four lines, 80 characters
– 90,000 character memory
– 12 audio alerts
– Do Not Disturb mode
C 1999 Sony Corporation. All rights reserved.
Reproduction in whole or in part without written
permission is prohibited. Sony and Jog Dial are
trademarks of Sony. All other trademarks are the
property of their respective owners. Design and
specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Before operating the pager
Number of stored messages
PERSONAL INBOX:
Up to 40 Personal Messages can be stored.
INFORMATION INBOXES :
Up to 15 different Information Service messages
from your carrier can be received.
FOLDERS :
Both Personal Messages and Information Service
Messages can be stored in the four folders.
MEMOS :
You can write and store up to 50 memos. The
maximum for each memo is 78 characters.
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Getting Started
Congratulations on purchasing a Sony MP-7001
pager. These operating instructions explain how
to use your new pager. Please keep this guide
for future reference and enjoy learning about
your new MP-7001!
This pager has four main sections: Personal
Messages, Information Service Messages,
Folders and Memos.
Personal Messages and Information Service
Messages can be transferred to the folders.
There are four folders for your convenience.
Looking at your pager
Pager
Front
1
2
3
Back
4
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1 Display
2 POWER/ESC button
This button turns the pager on or returns you to the
previous display.
3 Jog Dial navigator
Scroll to the desired display, select an item, or
program your options.
Operating the Jog Dial
Press in : Selects the setting.
Turn up or down :
Moves the cursor up and down or right and
left to select an item.
4 Battery cover
5 Battery lock
6 Speaker
10
12
3 45
6
7
9
!º
!¡
!™
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Getting Started
Display
8
Out-of-service area indicator
With this feature enabled, appears when the pager
is out of the carrier service area. A message cannot
be received when this icon is displayed.
2
3
Lock indicator
Appears when a locked Personal Message is
displayed on the screen.
Unread message indicator
Appears when there is one or more unread Personal
Message.
4
Low battery indicator
Appears when the pager battery needs replacement.
Disappears after replacement.
5
Alarm indicator
Appears when the alarm clock is set.
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6 Date/time/message number display
Displays :
• time or date while in standby.
Press and hold POWER/ESC to display the date,
instead of the time.
• the message number while being read.
• total number of memos stored.
7 AM/PM indicator
Appears when the time is displayed in 12-hour
mode. Does not appear if the clock is in 24-hour
mode.
8 Character display
Displays 80 characters maximum, four lines with
20 characters per line.
9
Upwards indicator
Appears when the message or menu continues
upwards.
!º
Audible alert indicator
Indicates that the pager will sound for incoming
messages. Disappears when the pager is in “Do
Not Disturb” time.
!¡
Vibration indicator
Indicates that the pager vibrates for incoming calls.
Disappears when the pager is in “Do Not Disturb”
time.
!™
Downwards indicator
Appears when the message or menu continues
downwards.
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Inserting the battery
1
2
3
Slide the battery lock up 1. 2
Slide the battery cover until
the “•” mark on the cover
aligns with the “•” mark on
the pager body 2, then
remove it.
Insert the battery “–”
(contact) side first.
Align the “•” mark on the
cover with the “•” mark on
the body and push in the
cover until a click is heard.
Then slide the battery lock down.
1
To replace the battery
Replace the battery when the
icon and LOW
BATTERY! messages appear on the display.
Insert a new size AA alkaline battery within one
minute after you remove the old one to retain
the stored contents.
Cautions
• Turn off the pager when replacing a battery.
• Sony does not take responsibility for lost memory
contents while replacing a battery.
• Insert a battery so the “+” and “–” on the battery line
up with the “+” and “–” on the pager.
• If the LOW BATTERY! message appears on the
display, messages will no longer be received after
approximately 24 hours.
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Getting Started
Insert the supplied size AA alkaline battery.
Turning the power on
Press POWER/ESC for more than POWER/ESC
two seconds.
The pager sounds or vibrates, and
the display appears as follows.
The banner appears.
You can change the
banner.
Approximate battery level
appears :
Full Medium Low
b
b
The standby display
appears.
To view the date, instead
of the time, press and hold
POWER/ESC.
Use the Jog Dial!
It's Fun and Easy!
v
BATTERY INDICATOR
v
About Backlighting
The pager screen will illuminate if any button is
pressed. If no buttons are pressed, the
backlighting will turn off in ten seconds.
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1
While in the standby
display, press the Jog
Dial in to go to the
MAIN MENU.
2
Turn the Jog Dial, select FUNCTION
MENU, then press in.
---- MAIN MENU ----PERSONAL INBOX
01
INFORMATION
00
FUNCTION MENU
3
-- FUNCTION MENU -POWER OFF
SET NOTIFICATION
MEMO
Turn the Jog Dial, select SET TIME &
DATE, then press in.
-- FUNCTION MENU -SILENT AUDIBLE ALERT
DO NOT DISTURB
SET TIME & DATE
4
b
---- MAIN MENU ----PERSONAL INBOX
01
INFORMATION
00
FUNCTION MENU
b
Turn the Jog Dial,
select 12-hour mode
or 24-hour mode, then
press in.
TIME & DATE
12H / 24H
7/ 4/99 12:00AM
TIME & DATE
12H / 24H
7/ 4/99 12:00AM
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Getting Started
Setting the time and date
5
Turn the Jog Dial, set the month, then press
in.
The cursor moves to the day.
Turn and press the Jog Dial in to set the day, year,
hour and minute by following the same process.
If you set the 12-hour mode, be sure to select either
AM or PM. Return to the Function Menu, after the
last selection.
If there is any error in your selection, the pager will
alert you with a beep.
Turning the power off
1
While in the standby
display, press the Jog
Dial in to go to the
MAIN MENU.
2
Turn and press the Jog
Dial in to select the
FUNCTION MENU.
3
Press the Jog Dial in,
to select POWER OFF.
4
Turn and press the Jog
Dial in to select YES.
The pager turns off.
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---- MAIN MENU ----PERSONAL INBOX
01
INFORMATION
00
FUNCTION MENU
v
-- FUNCTION MENU -POWER OFF
SET NOTIFICATION
MEMO
POWER OFF?
YES / NO
Receiving and reading messages
When a message is
received, the pager
informs you with the
previously set alert
(sound, vibration, or no
alert).
Press POWER/ESC or
the Jog Dial.
To read a message
Message number
Please call me
later. This is James
from Sony
Corporation.
v
from Sony
Corporation
--PERSONAL
7/ 4/99 7:15AM
While in the MAIN
Time stamp
MENU display, press in
Message type
the Jog Dial twice.
The received message is displayed with the time
stamp appearing on the last line.
When the memory is full
Personal Message:
The new message will be stored and the oldest
unlocked and read message is deleted.
Information Service:
The new message will be stored and the oldest
read message is deleted.
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Receiving Messages
To stop the sound or
vibration
MESSAGE RECEIVED
<PERSONAL
>
PLEASE PUSH ESCAPE
Note
The Information Service alert mode is set to NO
ALERT at the factory. You can set the pager so
that it informs you of an incoming message.
(Refer to page 37.)
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Selecting a menu
You can use the Jog Dial to read the contents of a
message or to set up your options.
While in the standby
display, press the Jog
Dial in to go to the
MAIN MENU.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select the desired
item, then press in.
---- MAIN MENU ----PERSONAL INBOX
01
INFORMATION
00
FUNCTION MENU
---- MAIN MENU ----PERSONAL INBOX
01
INFORMATION
00
FUNCTION MENU
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Receiving Messages
1
Reading a message
To read a received message.
1
Press in the Jog Dial while in standby
mode.
---- MAIN MENU ----PERSONAL INBOX
01
INFORMATION
00
FUNCTION MENU
2
Number of the
unread messages
Turn the Jog Dial, select PERSONAL INBOX
or INFORMATION INBOXES (the title of
INBOXES appears), then press in.
You can change the title of the INFORMATION
INBOX. (Refer to Page 40.)
Four messages are displayed, with the most recent
message at the top.
Highlighted message
Message number
Please call me lat
Can I have your ph
Good morning! Shal
Can I change my ti
Symbols for confirmation
Unread
Read
Locked (Personal Message only)
Appears when there are more than four messages.
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3
Turn the Jog Dial, select the desir ed
message, then press in.
The message appears with the text wrapped.
When “v”or “V” appear to the left of the display
“v” : There are more lines of message below.
Turn the Jog Dial downwards to continue.
“V” : There are more lines of message above.
Turn the Jog Dial upwards to continue.
If there was an error in receiving a message, “–––”
appears on the display. If part of the message could
not be received, “<⋅⋅⋅ ∼ ⋅⋅⋅>” appears.
4
Press POWER/ESC after you have finished
reading the message.
Press once : The selection display returns.
You can select another message.
Press twice : The MAIN MENU display returns.
When there are no messages to read
NO MESSAGE! appears. Press POWER/ESC to
return to the MAIN MENU display.
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Receiving Messages
Please call me
later. This is James
from Sony
Corporation.
icon indicates the
message status.
: Locked
Reading the next message
You can skip to the next message while a
message is displayed.
1
While the message is
displayed, press in the
Jog Dial.
2
Press the Jog Dial
again to select NEXT.
The next (older) message
is displayed.
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Please call me
NEXT
LOCK
FOLDER
DELETE DELETE ALL
Can I have your
phone number?
--PERSONAL
7/ 4/99 5:10 AM
Locking and unlocking a message
You can lock up to 20 Personal Messages to
prevent erasing accidentally. Note that you
cannot lock Information Service Messages.
Open the message
you want to lock, then
press the Jog Dial in.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select LOCK, then
press in.
The messages are
displayed with the
next to the locked
message.
Please call me
NEXT
LOCK
FOLDER
DELETE DELETE ALL
Please call me lat
Can I have your ph
Good morning! Shal
Can I change my ti
icon
When LOCK FULL appears
You cannot lock any more messages. The pager’s
capacity is full.
Unlocking a message
1
Open the message to be unlocked, then
press the Jog Dial in.
2
Turn the Jog Dial, select UNLOCK, then
press in.
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Receiving Messages
1
Deleting messages
You can delete Personal Messages and
Information Service Messages.
The pager has two types of deleting : either
deleting one message or deleting all messages at
once.
Deleting one message
1
Open the message to
be deleted, then press
the Jog Dial in.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select DELETE,then
press in.
3
Turn the Jog Dial, select YES, then pr ess in.
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Please call me
NEXT
LOCK
FOLDER
DELETE DELETE ALL
Please call me
later. This is James
DELETE?
YES / NO
If you do not want to delete the message, select
NO to cancel.
Deleting all messages
You can delete all unlocked and read Personal
Messages or all read Information Service
Messages in the same INBOX.
Open the message to be deleted then press
in the Jog Dial.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select DELETE ALL,
then press the Jog
Dial in.
Please call me
later. This is James
DELETE ALL?
YES / NO
Selecting DELETE ALL
will delete as follows;
Personal Message : deletes read and unlocked
messages.
Information Service : deletes read messages.
3
Turn the Jog Dial, select YES, then pr ess in.
If you do not want to delete all the messages, select
NO to cancel.
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Receiving Messages
1
Moving a message to a folder
You can move messages into one of the four
folders, which you can name at your
convenience. (Refer to page 40.)
1
Open the message to
be moved, then press
in the Jog Dial.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select FOLDER, then
press in.
3
Turn the Jog Dial, select a folder , then pr ess
in.
Please call me
NEXT
LOCK
FOLDER
DELETE DELETE ALL
FOLDER
FOLDER
FOLDER
FOLDER
1
2
3
4
The original message is moved to the specified
folder.
When FOLDER MEMORY FULL appears
The folder is full.
Search for an unwanted message in the folder,
delete it, and move your new message to the
folder again. (Refer to page 29 for deleting a
message in a folder.)
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Managing the message folders
Reading a message in a folder
1
While in the standby display, press the Jog
Dial in to go to the MAIN MENU.
2
Turn the Jog Dial, select the folder to open,
then press in.
Message number
Good Morning! Let'
Hello James
You have a phone c
Shall we have dinn
The first 18 characters
are displayed for each
message.
3
Turn the Jog Dial,
select a message, then
press in.
4
Press POWER/ESC after you have finished
reading the message.
Good Morning! Let's
have the meeting at
the hotel.
-- FOLDER 1
Press once: The selection display returns.
You can select another message.
Press twice: The MAIN MENU display returns.
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Receiving Messages
Four messages are displayed.
Moving a message to another folder
You can move messages into one of the three
another folders, which you can name at your
convenience. (Refer to page 40.)
1
Open the message to
be moved, then press
in the Jog Dial.
Good Morning! Let's
have the meeting at
NEXT
MOVE
DELETE DELETE ALL
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select MOVE, then
press in.
FOLDER 2
FOLDER 3
FOLDER 4
3
Turn the Jog Dial, select a folder , then pr ess
in.
The original message is moved to the specified
folder.
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Deleting a message in a folder
Open the message to
be deleted, then press
in the Jog Dial.
2
To delete the
displayed message
only, tur n and pr ess in
the Jog Dial to select
DELETE.
To delete all messages
in the folder, tur n and
press in the Jog Dial
to select DELETE
ALL.
3
Good Morning! Let's
have the meeting at
NEXT
MOVE
DELETE DELETE ALL
Good Morning! Let's
have the meeting at
DELETE?
YES / NO
Good Morning! Let's
have the meeting at
DELETE ALL?
YES / NO
Turn and pr ess in the Jog Dial to select
YES.
If you do not want to delete the message(s), select
NO to cancel.
Note
Selecting DELETE ALL will delete all messages in the
selected folder.
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Receiving Messages
1
Entering a memo
You can enter phone numbers or names and
store them as a memo. Up to 78 characters can
be stored in a memo.
A memo cannot be stored in a folder.
1
While in the
FUNCTION MENU
display, tur n and
press in the Jog Dial
to select MEMO.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select NEW, then
press in.
NEW
SEARCH
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ
RSTUVWXYZ
Character group
Input area
3
Turn the Jog Dial to
select a character from
the character group,
then press in.
SONY
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ
RSTUVWXYZ
The selected character appears in the input area
and the cursor shifts to the right.
The pager has four character groups that can be
used.
The next page explains how to switch character
groups, as well as additional operations.
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Select and press
to save your new memo.
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ
RSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopq
rstuvwxyz
1234567890+-=*/#%
[email protected]<>()[]^
!?.:_',"&
Select :
change character groups
move the cursor to an
entered character
include a space
>,.
,
,
,
delete an entered character
insert a character
, then a character
save memo entry
When MEMO MEMORY FULL appears
This means the memory is full.
Press POWER/ESC to return to the memo
selection display.
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Memo Function
To :
Searching for a memo
In addition to scrolling
through memos, you can
also search for an
individual memo.
NEW
SEARCH
SONY Corporation
Hotel
1
While in the FUNCTION MENU, turn the
Jog Dial to select MEMO, then press in.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select SEARCH, then
press in.
3
4
Enter a key word or
number (18 characters
maximum).
Turn the Jog Dial,
select , then press in.
The search results appear.
5
6
Press in the Jog Dial
to open the memo.
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ
RSTUVWXYZ
My
abcdefghijklmnopq
rstuvwxyz
My home
My office
Bank
SONY Corporation
My home
TEL:1234567890
FAX:1112223334
Press POWER/ESC after you have finished
reading the memo to return to the search
32 screen.
Editing a memo
1
Open the memo to be
edited, then press in
the Jog Dial.
2
Press the Jog Dial in
to select EDIT.
3
Edit the memo.
4
When you have finished editing, turn the
Jog Dial to select , then press in.
My home
TEL:123-4567
EDIT / DELETE
My home
TEL:123-4567
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ
RSTUVWXYZ
Refer to page 30 for details on character entry.
Memo Function
Deleting a memo
1
Display the memo to
be deleted, then press
in the Jog Dial.
2
Turn the Jog Dial to
select DELETE then
press in.
3
Turn and pr ess the Jog Dial to select YES.
My home
TEL:123-4567
EDIT / DELETE
My home
TEL:123-4567
DELETE?
YES / NO
If you do not want to delete the memo, select NO
to cancel.
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Setting alert notification
You can select an alert of either sound (alert and
melody) or vibration for all new messages. The
same alert will be used for all new messages.
1
While in the MAIN MENU, turn the Jog
Dial, select FUNCTION MENU, then press
in.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select SET
NOTIFICATION,
then press in.
3
ALERT
AUDIBLE / VIBRATION
Turn the Jog Dial, select AUDIBLE or
VIBRATION, then press in.
Audible :
the
icon will appear on the display
with a short beep.
icon will appear on the display
Vibration : the
and the pager vibrates momentarily.
Note
The
or
icon do not appear on the display while in
“Do Not Disturb” time.
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Setting the alarm clock
You can set the alarm clock to alert you at a
specified time. At the same time, you can
display a comment you have prepared in
advance. Up to four alarm times can be set.
1
While in the MAIN MENU, turn the Jog
Dial, select FUNCTION MENU, then press
in.
2
Turn the Jog Dial, select ALARM CLOCK,
then press in.
Alarm
icon
12:00AM
12:00AM
12:00AM
12:00AM
ON/OFF
setting
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
DAILY
DAILY
DAILY
DAILY
Date
setting
DAILY˜ MON-FRI ˜ SAT-SUN
31st••• 1st ˜ SAT•••SUN
Alarm time
3
Turn the Jog Dial,
select an item, then
press in.
12:00AM OFF DAILY
4
Settings
The cursor moves to the
time.
Turn the Jog Dial, select the time desired,
then press in.
The cursor moves to the minutes.
Repeat to set the alarm ON/OFF and the date.
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5
6
Press the Jog Dial in
after you have
finished setting the
alarm.
8:00AM ON MON-FRI
ADD COMMENT?
YES / NO
Turn the Jog Dial, select YES to add a
comment, then press in.
Select NO if you do not want to add a
comment.
The input area appears and you can enter a
comment of up to 20 characters.
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8
Add a comment
following the same
procedures as to enter
a memo. (Refer to
page 30.)
Turn and select
Dial to save.
8:00AM ON MON-FRI
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ
RSTUVWXYZ
, then press in the Jog
The alarm clock selection display returns. To set
another alarm, move the cursor downwards and
repeat steps 3 through 8.
To cancel the alarm
Select OFF in Step 4.
Note
After setting an alarm, the
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icon appears.
Selecting an audible alert type
The alarm clock, Personal Messages, and
Information Service Messages can each have a
different alert.
1
While in the MAIN MENU, turn the Jog
Dial, select FUNCTION MENU, then press
in.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select SELECT
AUDIBLE ALERT,
then press in.
3
Turn the Jog Dial to select for which item
you wish to set an alert, then press in.
ALARM CLOCK
PERSONAL
INFORMATION
The alert options appear.
The highlight alert type sounds.
ALERT 1
ALERT 2
ALERT 3
CHIRP
Beethoven’s No.9
Waltzing Matilda
Sweetheart
Auld lang syne
NO ALERT
ALARM
( Except
)
CLOCK
Turn the Jog Dial to select the alert type,
then press in.
Settings
4
Dixieland
Yankee doodle
Irish eyes
Brahms’ Lullaby
Note
Even when “NO ALERT” is selected, the pager will
alert you when a priority message is received.
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Setting the “Do Not Disturb” time
While in the “Do Not Disturb” time, your pager
will receive messages without activating the
sound (alert and melody) or vibration during
the set time frame.
While in the MAIN MENU, turn the Jog
Dial, select FUNCTION MENU, then press
in.
Turn the Jog Dial,
DO NOT DISTURB
select DO NOT
ON / OFF
START
END
DISTURB, then press
12:00AM - 12:00AM
in.
Turn the Jog Dial, select ON, then press in.
1
2
3
4
5
The cursor moves to the starting time position.
Turn the Jog Dial to select the starting time,
then press in.
Turn the Jog Dial to select the ending time,
then press in.
The FUNCTION MENU returns.
Notes
• While in the “Do Not Disturb” time, the alert and
vibration icons disappear from the display.
• Even in “Do Not Disturb” time, the pager will alert
you when a priority message is received.
Turning off the ”Do Not Disturb“ time
Select OFF in step 3 and press the Jog Dial in.
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Changing the banner
You can change the banner that appears after the
power is turned on and before the standby
screen appears. The message can include up to
two lines, 40 characters total.
1
While in the MAIN MENU, turn the Jog
Dial, select FUNCTION MENU, then press
in.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select BANNER, then
press in.
The input area appears.
3
Use the Jog Dial!
It's Fun and Easy!
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ
RSTUVWXYZ
Enter your text using the instructions for
entering a memo. (Refer to page 30.)
Select and press
to save your new banner.
Settings
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Changing an inbox or folder name
An information inbox or folder can be
personalized with a new name of up to 12
characters.
1
While in the MAIN MENU, turn the Jog
Dial, select FUNCTION MENU, then press
in.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select INBOX OR
FOLDER NAME, then
press in the Jog Dial.
INFORMATION
FOLDER 1
FOLDER 2
FOLDER 3
3
Turn the Jog Dial,
select the inbox or
folder name you want
to change, then press
in.
FOLDER 1
4
Enter your text using the instructions for
entering a memo. (Refer to page 30.)
Select and press
folder name.
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ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQ
RSTUVWXYZ
to save your new inbox or
Changing the scroll mode
You can change the screen scroll setting to either
line-by-line or screen-by-screen while displaying
messages only.
1
While in the MAIN MENU, turn the Jog
Dial, select FUNCTION MENU, then press
in.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select SCROLL
MODE, then press in.
3
SCROLL
LINE-BY-LINE /
SCREEN-BY-SCREEN
Turn the Jog Dial, select LINE-BY-LINE or
SCREEN-BY-SCREEN, then press in.
The FUNCTION MENU display returns.
Settings
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Adjusting the contrast
The contrast of the display can be adjusted.
1
While in the MAIN MENU display, turn
the Jog Dial, select FUNCTION MENU,
then press in.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select CONTRAST,
then press in.
3
Turn the Jog Dial to adjust the contrast of
the display and press in.
CONTRAST
To lighten the contrast, turn the Jog Dial up.
To darken the contrast, turn the Jog Dial down.
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Viewing the product information
You can view the product information of this
pager.
1
While in the MAIN MENU display, turn
the Jog Dial, select FUNCTION MENU,
then press in.
2
Turn the Jog Dial,
select “ABOUT...”,
then press in.
VERSION
XX.XX
SERIAL No.XXXXXXXXXX
The product information
is displayed.
3
Press POWER/ESC or Jog Dial after you
have finished viewing the product
information.
The FUNCTION MENU display returns.
Settings
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Troubleshooting
Problem
•Potential cause/m Solution
The pager is not on.
• Turn the pager on.
m Press the POWER/ESC button for more
than two seconds.
• The battery is not installed correctly.
m Check to see if the battery is correctly
installed.
• Battery power is too low.
m Insert a new battery.
The display disappears.
• If you do not operate the pager for more than
a specified time the display returns to
standby mode to conserve the batteries. This
is not a sign of trouble.
The data you are entering is not saved.
• If the following occurs during information or
memo input, the data cannot be saved.
– An alarm activates.
– “LOW BATTERY!” is displayed.
– An extended delay occurs during
information or memo input causing the
display to disappear.
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The pager is not receiving messages.
• The dialing party is entering an incorrect
phone number or pin number.
• The pager is outside the service area.
m Move to where the signal can be received.
•The pager is not on.
m Turn the pager on.
•The pager is in an area prone to frequency
jams, such as near a fax machine or personal
computer.
m Move to another location.
LOW BATTERY! message appears on the
display when you go to the FUNCTION MENU.
•You cannot use the FUNCTION MENU items
except for POWER OFF and MEMO while the
icon appears on the display.
m Insert a new battery.
Note
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Settings
If you need Messaging / Information service assistance
or resolution to a Messaging / Information service
problem, please contact your service provider.
Specifications
Display
20 characters × 4 lines
Power requirements
One 1.5V AA alkaline battery
Dimensions (w/h/d)
Approx. 3.31 × 1.89 × 0.69 in.
Approx. 84 × 48 × 17.5 mm
Weight
Approx. 2.4 oz.
Approx. 69 g
(including battery)
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
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