Uniden XSA 975 User's Manual

Uniden XSA 975 User's Manual
XSA
975
Quick Start
Guide
Digital Answering
Machine
Speakerphone
900 MHz
Caller ID
10 Number
Memory
Plus
Rocket Dial
INSTALLATION & SAFETY
INSTALLATION
Choosing the best location for your phone.
When choosing a location for your phone there are a number of appliances the phone should not be near, and areas you should avoid.
This symbol
indicates
important
operating
and servicing
instructions.
CHARGE the new phone
for 20 - 25 hrs.
AVOID Moisture
CHOOSE a central location
AVOID Television sets and
other electronic
appliances
AVOID Microwave
ovens
AVOID Moisture
DON’T overload the
power outlet.
AVOID multi power
boards.
AVOID Computers
The earcapof
this telephone
may attract and
retain small
metallicobjects.
AVOID other cordless phones
AVOID connecting
more than
Note: Ringing will not be impaired by adding extra cordless handsets.
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phones as ringing
may be impaired
QUICK START GUIDE
Make sure the AC
Adaptor/s remains
switched ON at all
times. Use only
the Uniden AC
Adaptor/s supplied
with this unit.
Start
Here!
This page is a very condensed version of the Owners Manual. It
is designed to allow you to get your phone installed and
operating as quickly as possible - however it does not attempt to
explain any of the advanced features of the XSA975.
New Zealand
Installing the Base Unit
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Plug the telephone cord into the Base
Unit, then into the telephone socket on
the wall.
Plug the AC Adaptor cord into the Base
Unit, then the AC Adaptor into the wall
power point.
Press the AC Adaptor cord into the
curved recess under the Base Unit.
Raise the antenna.
Power point
Australia
Tel Line Adaptor
(adaptor not supplied)
AC adaptor
Telephone cord
Installing the Charge Cradle
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Plug the AC Adaptor cord into the Charge Cradle,
then the AC Adaptor into the wall power point.
AC adaptor
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Power point
QUICK START GUIDE
You must charge
the batteries
continuously for
20 hours before
using the phone.
Installing the Handset Battery
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Press the battery cover and slide it off.
Connect the battery plug to the socket at the rear of
the battery compartment.
Make sure the plug is the right way round.
The RED and BLACK battery wires must match the
RED and BLACK printed on the phone case for the
plug to fit properly.
Press firmly until it clicks into place.
Position the battery in the compartment and slide the
cover into place.
Repeat process for second handset.
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Place one handset on the main base and place the
other handset in the extra charging cradle. It does
not matter which handset is placed on the main
base and extra charging cradle.
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QUICK START GUIDE
Making a Call
Registration of Dual Handset
IMPORTANT
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After fully charging the handsets, remove the handset from the extra charging cradle and
place it on the main base. (The in use/charge LED will begin to flash indicating
registration is occurring).
Wait for at least 5 seconds before removing the extra handset from the main base.
The registration has been completed, and your dual handset cordless phone is ready for use.
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Pick up the handset and press
. Dial the phone number
OR
Dial the phone number - then press
To hang up - press
OR
Place the handset on the Base Unit
To use the speakerphone on the Base Unit press speaker then dial the phone number.
Answering a Call
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sp. phone vol
Dual Handset
memo
ans vol.
greeting
play/stop
delete
speaker
in use
charge
1
rep/rew
2
skip/ff
abc
3
5
jkl
6
8
tuv
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ans on/off
def
menu
4
ghi
mno
set/ring
pause
select delete
mem
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redial channel transfer
Handset on the Base Unit:
Remove the handset from the base and speak (Autotalk on).
Handset off the Base Unit:
Pick up the handset, press
and speak.
To hang up - press
OR
Place the handset on the Base Unit.
If using the speakerphone on the Base Unit press speaker to answer a call and press
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pqr
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wxy
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redial
0
find hs
flash
mic
speaker
to end a call.
speaker
900MHz
QUICK START GUIDE
Your outgoing
message can be
recorded up to 30
seconds long.
Setting Up the Answering System
sp. phone vol
To turn the answering system on:
l Press answer
- the pre-recorded greeting will play and your system is ready to accept calls.
on
memo
To record your outgoing message:
. After you hear a short tone, release the key.
l Press and hold
l "Record Greeting" is announced followed by a long tone.
l Record your greeting while speaking within 15cm of the base.
again.
l When finished, press
Using the Answering System
To play your message:
l Press
- new messages play first.
To repeat a message:
l Press
during playback of messages.
To skip a message:
Press
anytime during playback to skip to the next message. The system beeps and begins to play the next
message.
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To delete messages:
Delete one message:
Press
during a message. The system beeps and begins to play the next message.
l Delete all messages:
After reviewing all messages. Press
, "To delete all messages, press delete again" is announced.
Press
again.
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ans vol.
greeting
play/stop
delete
speaker
in use
charge
1
rep/rew
skip/ff
2
abc
3
def
5
jkl
6
mno
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tuv
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ans on/off
menu
4
ghi
set/ring
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pqr
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wxy
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redial
0
find hs
flash
mic
speaker
900MHz
QUICK START GUIDE
If the transferred
call is not picked
up after 5 minutes,
the call will be
disconnected.
CALL TRANSFER
To have the ability to transfer calls from one handset to the other handset:
Initial Setup:
(Important - Please make sure you have registered your dual handset - refer to instructions on page iv).
TO TRANSFER CALLS
To transfer your call from handset 1 to handset 2:
l Press transfer .
l The call is placed on hold on the first handset, while handset 2 begins to ring. The call is transferred when
the 2nd handset is answered.
l Repeat the process to transfer the call back to handset 1. Calls can be transferred from either handset.
or transfer .
l If the transferred call is not answered, you can retrieve the call by pressing
3 Way Conference
l During Handset talk mode press the speaker button on the Base then you can talk 3 ways.
If you are already using the Base speaker phone, press the
button on one Handset.
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CONTENTS
Installation & Safety ............................................................................................i
Quick Start Guide ...............................................................................................ii
Contents vii
Getting Started
Controls and Functions .........................................................................1
Welcome ................................................................................................3
Included in your Package ......................................................................4
Mounting the Base Unit on a wall .........................................................5
Installing the Beltclip ............................................................................5
Headset Installation ..............................................................................5
Battery Maintenance .............................................................................6
Using your Phone
Setting Menu Options ............................................................................7
Autotalk .................................................................................................7
Pop Up Name ........................................................................................7
Making and Receiving Calls ...................................................................8
Adjusting the Handset Ringer Volume and Earpiece Volume ................9
Adjusting the Speakerphone Volume .....................................................9
Redial ....................................................................................................9
Travelling Out-of-Range .......................................................................10
Selecting a Different Channel ..............................................................10
Find Handset .......................................................................................10
Call Waiting/Flash ................................................................................10
Memory Dialing
Storing Phone Numbers ......................................................................11
Making Calls with Memory Dialing ......................................................12
Memory Dialing from Talk Mode ........................................................12
Chain Dialing ......................................................................................12
Editing a Stored Name and/or Phone Number ....................................13
Erasing a Stored Name and/or Phone Number ...................................13
Call Transfer.........................................................................................14
Rocketdial
Rocketdial ...........................................................................................15
Storing and Editing the Rocketdial ......................................................15
Making Calls with Rocketdial ...............................................................15
Deleting the Rocketdial .......................................................................15
Caller ID
Caller ID .............................................................................................16
When the Telephone Rings .................................................................16
Viewing the Caller ID Message List .....................................................17
Deleting Information from the Caller ID List .....................................17
Deleting a Caller ID Message ..............................................................17
Deleting all Caller ID Names and Numbers ........................................17
Calling a Party from the Caller ID List ................................................18
Dial Edit .............................................................................................18
Stored Caller ID Messages in Memory Dialing ....................................18
Answering System
Answering System ...............................................................................19
Turning the Answering System On/Off ................................................19
Setting the Time .................................................................................20
Setting a Personal Security Code (PIN) ...............................................20
Setting the Ring Time .........................................................................21
Setting the Message Record Time .......................................................21
Announce Only Feature ......................................................................22
Setting the Message Alert Tone ...........................................................22
Setting Your Outgoing Message (Greeting) .........................................23
Setting the Base Ringer Volume ..........................................................24
Adjusting the Answering System Speaker Volume Level .....................24
Using Your Answering System .............................................................25
Playing Your Messages ........................................................................25
Repeating a Message ...........................................................................25
Skipping a Message ............................................................................26
Deleting a Message .............................................................................26
Voice Memo ........................................................................................27
Remote Access Away From Home .......................................................28
Turn on the Answering System Remotely ...........................................29
Notes ..................................................................................................30
Remote Operation Card ......................................................................31
Troubleshooting ...............................................................................................33
Warranty ...........................................................................................................34
Notes .................................................................................................................35
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GETTING STARTED
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
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Dual Handset
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select delete
mem
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XSA975
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Handset antenna
Handset earpiece
LCD display
key
/ flash key
/< key
/ pause key
select
/ channel key
Handset microphone
and ringer speaker
Volume up key
key
key
Volume down key
/> key
key
/ transfer key
Handset charging contacts
cid/
menu
redial
GETTING STARTED
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
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memo
ans vol.
greeting
play/stop
delete
speaker
in use
charge
1
rep/rew
skip/ff
2
abc
3
def
5
jkl
6
mno
8
tuv
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ans on/off
menu
4
ghi
set/ring
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pqr
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wxy
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redial
0
find hs
flash
mic
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speaker
900MHz
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Telephone line jack
Speakerphone volume switch
AC Adaptor input
Handset retainer clip
memo key
greeting
key
Delete key
Speaker LED
In use/charge LED
Base speaker
Message counter display
/
Answering machine volume keys
repeat/rew key
Play/Stop key
skip/ff key
answer
/off key
on
menu key
set /ringer key
redial key
find key
Base Antenna
speaker key
flash key
Microphone
Base charging contacts
GETTING STARTED
WELCOME
Congratulations on your purchase of this Uniden cordless telephone. This Product is designed for reliability, long life and
outstanding performance utilising the latest in 900MHz Technology.
FEATURES
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Multiple Handsets (up to 2)
900MHz SCR Technology (Sound Clarity and Range)
Caller ID Display*
Digital Telephone Answering Device
Pop Up Name - Caller Name Identification #
30 Caller ID Memories
Alphanumeric Memory Dialing
Super Chat Battery
Maxi-Sound - Extra Loud Handset Volume Control
Rocketdial - One Touch VIP Dial
LCD Back Light
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Wall or Desk Mountable
Page/Find Handset Feature
AutoTalk
32 Digit Redial
Pause
Flash Button (Call Waiting Compatible)
2 Type Tone Ringer
2 Step Ringer Volume Control
Speakerphone
3 Way Communcation (Handset to Base to Outside Caller)
NOTES
*
Caller ID feature only works if you subscribe to the service by your local telephone company.
There is usually a fee for this service.
# Pop Up Name feature only works if you subscribe to your telephone company Caller ID service and
record names into your phones memory.
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GETTING STARTED
INCLUDED IN YOUR PACKAGE
Make sure you have received the following items in the package. If any of these items are missing or damaged, contact the
Uniden Parts Department.
NOTES
Super Chat
Rechargeable Battery
2nd Super Chat
Rechargeable Battery
Dual Handset
Dual Handset
Telephone Cord
pause
select delete
mem
redial channel transfer
Belt Clip
pause
select delete
mem
redial channel transfer
2nd Belt Clip
Handset
2nd Handset
sp. phone vol
AC Adaptor
memo
ans vol.
greeting
play/stop
delete
speaker
in use
charge
1
rep/rew
skip/ff
2
abc
3
def
5
jkl
6
mno
8
tuv
9
ans on/off
charge
menu
4
ghi
set/ring
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pqr
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redial
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find hs
flash
mic
speaker
900MHz
Main Base
Charge
Cradle
Owners Manual
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2nd AC Adaptor
GETTING STARTED
MOUNTING THE BASE UNIT ON A WALL
If you are using
an optional
headset, you
must still use the
handset keypad
for phone
operations.
Direct Wall Mounting
You can 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.
• Mount your phone within distance of a working phone jack.
TOP
• Make sure the wall material is capable of supporting the weight of the base and handset.
3mm
• Use screws with anchoring devices suitable for the wall material where the base unit will be placed.
1. Insert two mounting screws into a wall (with their appropriate anchoring device), 85mm apart.
Allow about 3mm between the wall and screw heads for mounting the phone.
2. Plug the AC adaptor into the Base Unit and then into a power point.
3. Plug the telephone cord into the Base Unit and then into the telephone socket on the wall.
4. Align the mounting slots on the base with the mounting posts on the wall.
5. Then push in and down until the phone is firmly seated.
INSTALLING THE BELTCLIP
85mm
35mm
To attach the beltclip:
Insert the beltclip into the holes on each side of the handset. Press down until it clicks.
To remove the beltclip:
Pull both sides of the beltclip to release the tabs from the holes.
HEADSET INSTALLATION
Your phone may be used with an optional headset. To use this feature,
simply plug the headset into the headset jack.
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Headset Jack
GETTING STARTED
BATTERY MAINTENANCE
Use only the
genuine Uniden
Super Chat
Battery supplied
with your phone.
Replacement
Super Chat
Batteries are
available
through the
Uniden Parts
Department.
Battery use time (per charge)
• 10 hours continuous use
• 12 days when handset is in the standby mode
When the Battery charge becomes low
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.
• You cannot overcharge the battery.
• You may return the handset to the charger after each call or when the battery is low.
Cleaning the battery contacts
To maintain a good charge, it is important to clean the battery contacts on the handset and base unit with a dry cloth or a pencil
eraser about once a month. Do not use any liquids or solvents.
SPECIAL
NOTE
Genuine Handset Batteries
The high quality rechargeable batteries supplied with your phone will perform for up to two years or more. In
order to enjoy the best performance from your phone, we recommend you replace your batteries every two years
with a genuine Uniden battery.
Simply visit our website to order a replacement battery:
Uniden Australia PTY Limited
Service Division
www.uniden.com.au
Uniden New Zealand Limited
Service Division
www.uniden.co.nz
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USING YOUR PHONE
Functions will
need to be
programmed in
both handsets
separately.
SETTING MENU OPTIONS
Options available include AutoTalk and Pop Up Name.
AUTOTALK
AutoTalk allows you to answer the phone without pressing the
button. If the phone rings when Autotalk is on, simply remove
the handset from the base and the phone automatically answers the call. If the phone rings when Autotalk is off, you must press
to answer the call.
POP UP NAME
If the displayed Caller ID telephone number is exactly the same as a number stored in memory, then the stored name will also be
displayed with the caller ID telephone number.
To change your AutoTalk and Pop Up Name (Name Tag)
1. Press and hold
1
2
2. Use
Press
3. Press
cid/menu
. The following screen appears.
Auto Talk :On
Name Tag :On
and
or a number key ( 1 and 2 ) to move the pointer to the selection that you would like to change.
to toggle between 'On' and 'Off' for AutoTalk and Pop Up Name (Name Tag).
and return the handset to the base unit. The handset returns to the standby mode.
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USING YOUR PHONE
MAKING AND RECEIVING CALLS
Handset On Base
To answer a call
Pick up the handset (Autotalk
on) or pick up the handset and
press
(Autotalk off).
Press
or
To make a call
1. Pick up the handset.
2. Press
.
3. Listen for the dial tone.
4. Dial the number.
OR
1. Pick up the handset.
2. Dial the number, then
press
.
1. Press
.
2. Listen for the dial tone.
3. Dial the number.
Refer to page 7
"Autotalk" to turn
on/off the Autotalk
feature.
1. Pick up the handset.
2. Press
.
3. Listen for the dial tone.
4. Press
.
OR
1. Pick up the handset.
2. Press
, then press
Press
, any number,
(Autotalk on).
speaker
.
1. Press speaker .
2. Listen for the dial tone.
3. Dial the number.
OR
Dial the number, then
press
.
To hang up
To redial
Base Speakerphone
Handset Off Base
.
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Press
, or return
the handset to the base
or extra charging cradle
(AutoStandby).
1. Press speaker .
(The speaker LED will
then turn off)
1. Press
.
2. Listen for the dial tone.
3. Press
.
1. Press speaker .
2. Listen for the dial tone.
3. Press
.
OR
Press
, then press
.
USING YOUR PHONE
Settings will need
to be
programmed in
both handsets
separately.
ADJUSTING THE HANDSET RINGER VOLUME AND EARPIECE VOLUME
Handset ringer tone and volume
Press
or
in standby mode to select one of five ringer tones and volume
combinations. The telephone will keep this setting for all future calls.
Earpiece Volume
Pressing
or
during a call will change the earpiece volume of the handset. The
telephone will keep this setting for all future calls.
Ringer Mute
You can temporarily mute the ringer tone. When the handset is off the base and the
phone is ringing,press
. The ringer tone will return to normal with the next
incoming call.
ADJUSTING THE SPEAKERPHONE VOLUME
To adjust the Speakerphone Volume move the Speakerphone Volume Switch to
either Lo, Mid or Hi.
REDIAL
The
key redials the last number dialed. The redialed number
can be up to 32 digits long.
1. Press
.
2. Press
. The last number dialed will be called.
To redial on the speakerphone.
1. Press speaker .
2. Press
. The last number dialled will be called.
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Speakerphone
Volume Switch
USING YOUR PHONE
You must
subscribe
through your
local telephone
company to
receive Call
Waiting services.
TRAVELLING OUT-OF-RANGE
During a call, noise will increase if you move your handset too far from your base unit. If the range limit of your
base unit is exceeded, your call will terminate within five minutes.
SELECTING A DIFFERENT CHANNEL
If you encounter interference while using your phone, you can manually change the phone's channel for clear
operation. This function works only when the phone is in use.
• Press channel /select. 'Scanning' appears on the display, indicating the phone is changing to another channel.
FIND HANDSET
memo
To locate the handset (while it's off the base), press
beeps for 60 seconds.
on the base. The handset
ans vol.
greeting
play/stop
delete
Both handsets will ring when paged. Paging is cancelled by pressing any key on either
handset.
speaker
in use
charge
1
rep/rew
skip/ff
2
abc
3
def
5
jkl
6
mno
ans on/off
menu
4
ghi
set/ring
7
CALL WAITING/FLASH
NEW ZEALAND: Press
switch between callers.
/flash, then
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If the call waiting tone sounds during a call:
AUSTRALIA: Press
pqr
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to switch between callers.
/flash on the handset or
flash
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on the base speakerphone to
speaker
MEMORY DIALING
STORING PHONE NUMBERS
In memory
dialling operation,
you must press
a key within 30
seconds or the
phone will return
to standby.
The pause
feature is useful
for long distance
calling, credit
card dialling or
sequences of
numbers that
require a pause
between digits.
There is no
memory store
in the Base
Speakerphone.
Memory Dialing allows you to dial a number using just a few key presses. Your XSA975 stores up
to 10 names/numbers in each handset.
1. Press and hold
, 'Memory Store' is displayed.
2. Press
or
or enter a number ( 0 - 9 ) to select the memory location where
you would like to store the number.
3. Press
. 'Store Name' is displayed on the screen and a cursor flashes indicating that
the display is ready for a name to be entered.
If the screen shown to the right appears, the selected memory location is already stored. Then
you must either edit the entry in this location, delete the entry in this location (page 13) or select
"Go Back" to choose another location.
4. Use the Alpha Numeric keys to enter a name. The name cannot exceed 14 characters.
• Use
and
to move the cursor to the desired location.
• Use
to delete characters as needed.
• Press and hold
to delete all the characters.
• If a name is not required, go to step 5.
5. Press
, 'Store Number' is displayed. The cursor flashes indicating that the display
is ready for the number to be entered.
6. Use the number keys to enter the phone number. The phone number cannot exceed 20
digits. Use the
/pause to enter a pause in the dialing sequence if required. The display
shows a 'P'. Each pause counts as one digit and represents a two second delay of time
between the digits. Use
to delete digits as needed.
7. Press
, you will hear a confirmation tone, and the following screen appears. Memory
storage is complete. For example, if you store a number into the memory location number
1, the display shows 'Memory 1 Stored'. After about 2 seconds, 'Memory Store'
is displayed. Repeat steps 2-7 to store more numbers.
8. Press
to return to standby mode.
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Memory Store
1
2
Store Name
Edit Memory 1
Delete Memory 1
Go Back
Store Number
Store Number
8002971023
Memory 1 Stored
1
2
Memory Store
UNIDEN AUS
<Memory 2>
MEMORY DIALING
MAKING CALLS WITH MEMORY DIALING
Numbers stored
in one handset
can not be
accessed from
the other.
Memory dialing from Standby Mode.
1. Press
. The handset displays your programmed memory locations.
2. Press
or
, or enter the number ( 0 - 9 ) to select the memory location you
would like to dial.
3. Press
'Talk' and the volume settings are displayed. Then the displayed number is
dialed.
1
2
3
UNIDEN AUS
JOE BLOGGS
JOHN DOE
Talk
0800123456789
Display a Programmed Number
Press
Use
1
2
3
. The handset displays your programmed memory locations.
and
to toggle between the names and numbers displayed.
UNIDEN AUS
JOE BLOGGS
JOHN DOE
1
2
3
0800123456789
5452930
6567983
MEMORY DIALING FROM TALK MODE
1. Press
. 'Talk' and the volume setting appears.
2. Press
.
3. Enter a number ( 0 - 9 ) to select the memory location of the desired phone number. The selected phone number is displayed.
Then the number is dialed. If the memory location selected does not have a number stored, a series of beeps is sounded.
4. To hang up, press
.
CHAIN DIALING
On certain occasions after dialing a number, you may be required to enter an access code such as your account number for
phone banking. You can enter this number into a memory location for later use by doing the following:
1. Store the access code into one of the memory locations ( 0 - 9 ) following the steps on page 11.
2. Dial the party or service main number.
3. When you need to enter the special number, press
followed by the memory location ( 0 - 9 ).
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MEMORY DIALING
EDITING A STORED NAME AND/OR PHONE NUMBER
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Press and hold
. 'Memory Store' is displayed.
Press
or
, or enter a number ( 0 - 9 ) to select the memory location you would like to edit.
Press
. The edit screen is displayed.
Press
again to select 'Edit Memory X'. The cursor flashes indicating that the display is ready for the name
to be edited.
Use the number keys,
,
, or
to edit the name. To edit only the phone number, skip this step.
Press
. The cursor flashes indicating that the display is ready for the number to be edited.
Use the number key,
/pause and
to edit the phone number. The phone number cannot exceed 20 digits.
If you don't want to change the phone number, skip this step.
Press
. You hear a confirmation tone. Memory Storage is complete. For example, if you store a name and number
into memory location number 1, the display shows 'Memory 1 Stored'.
Press
to return to standby mode.
ERASING A STORED NAME AND/OR PHONE NUMBER
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Press and hold
. 'Memory Store' is displayed.
Press
or
or enter a number ( 0 - 9 ) to select the memory location you would like to erase.
Press
. The edit screen is displayed with the memory location number that you have selected.
Press
to move the pointer down to 'Delete Memory X'.
Press
.
Press
to move the pointer to 'Yes'.
Press
or
. A confirmation tone is sounded, and 'Memory X Deleted' is displayed.
After about 2 seconds, 'Memory Store' is displayed. You may delete the information in another memory location
(return to step 2) or press
to return to standby mode.
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CALL TRANSFER
Call Transfer is
only available
from handset to
handset.
To have the ability to transfer calls from one handset to the other handset:
Initial Setup:
(Important - Please make sure you have registered your dual handset - refer to instructions on page iv).
TO TRANSFER CALLS
To transfer your call from handset 1 to handset 2:
l Press transfer .
l The call is placed on hold on the first handset, while handset 2 begins to ring. The call is transferred when
the 2nd handset is answered.
l Repeat the process to transfer the call back to handset 1. Calls can be transferred from either handset.
or transfer .
l If the transferred call is not answered, you can retrieve the call by pressing
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ROCKETDIAL
The Memory
Location for
Rocketdial is
independent
from the memory
location used for
memory dialling.
If the Rocketdial
does not have a
stored number,
the handset will
beep rapidly and
the phone will
not dial.
You can store your most frequent dialed number in the Rocketdial location. The Rocketdial allows you to dial a number with
one key press (there is no need to press
. The phone will automatically dial the number stored).
STORING AND EDITING THE ROCKETDIAL
1. When the phone is in standby mode, press and hold
. 'Store Number' is
displayed.
If the screen shown to the right appears, there is a number already stored. Press
to
select 'Edit Number'.
2. Store the number by following step 6 under "Storing Phone Numbers" on page 11.
3. Press
. A confirmation tone sounds. Memory storage is complete. 'Number
Stored' is displayed.
Store Number
Edit Number
Delete Number
Go Back
Store Number
800
MAKING CALLS WITH ROCKETDIAL
When the phone is in the standby mode, simply press
memory location is instantly dialed.
. The number stored in the Rocketdial
DELETING THE ROCKETDIAL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
When the phone is in the standby mode, press and hold
. The following display appears.
Press
to select 'Delete Number'.
Press
. The following display appears.
Press
to move the pointer to 'Yes'.
Press
or
. 'Number Deleted' is displayed and a confirmation tone
sounds. After 2 seconds, the handset returns to standby mode.
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Edit Number
Delete Number
Go Back
Delete Number?
Yes
No
Number Deleted
CALLER ID
CALLER ID
You must subscribe to a Caller ID service to use these facilities. 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 telephone. The handset displays the phone
number of the incoming call, the name, time and number of calls. Additionally, you can dial the displayed number and store
the information for memory dialing.
If you answer a
call before the
Caller ID
message is
received (i.e:
before the second
ring), the Caller
ID message will
not appear.
WHEN THE TELEPHONE RINGS
When the Caller ID message 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 record. If the Caller ID service includes the callers name, the caller's
name appears on the display (currently not supported in Australia or New Zealand).
The date and time received
Caller's name
Caller's phone number
21/12 12:30PM
JIM STATEN
0295979035
Here are some typical displays:
When the mobile phone
number and date are received.
21/12 12:30PM
Mobile
0295979035
When invalid data is
received.
When a private number is
received.
21/12 12:30PM
Private
When an unknown number is
received.
21/12 12:30PM
Unavailable
When a call is coming from a
payphone (Australia only).
21/12 12:30PM
Payphone
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VIEWING THE CALLER ID MESSAGE LIST
CALLER ID
In Caller ID
operation, if no
key is pressed for
more than 30
seconds, an error
tone sounds and
the telephone
returns to the
standby mode.
If you get an
incoming call or
page, the deleting
operation is
cancelled so you
can answer the
call or page.
Caller ID
numbers need to
be deleted from
each handset
separately.
The Caller ID list stores information for up to 30 incoming calls - even unanswered calls.
cid/
1. Press menu
. The summary screen appears. The screen shows the number of new messages and total messages.
2. Press
to display the latest Caller ID message.
3. Press
to see the next message. Or press
to see the previous message.
4. Press
to return to standby mode.
DELETING INFORMATION FROM THE CALLER ID LIST
The XSA975 stores up to 30 messages. If the phone receives the 31st message, the oldest one in the list is automatically deleted.
Caller ID data can also be deleted manually.
DELETING A CALLER ID MESSAGE
cid/
1. Press menu
. Display the message to be deleted from the
Caller ID list by pressing
or
.
2. Press
.
3. Press
or
to select 'Yes' or 'No'.
4. Press
or
.
When the pointer is at 'Yes':
A tone sounds and the Caller ID message is deleted.
The next Caller ID message is then displayed.
When the pointer is at 'No':
The display returns to Caller ID message.
DELETING ALL CALLER ID NAMES AND NUMBERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press
Press
Press
Press
cid/
menu
.
.
or
or
When the pointer is at 'Yes':
A tone sounds all stored Caller ID messages are
deleted.
When the pointer is at 'No':
The display returns to the summary screen.
to select 'Yes' or 'No'.
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CALLING A PARTY FROM THE CALLER ID LIST
CALLER ID
New Zealand:
Calling from the
Caller ID list may
not be functional.
You cannot store a
Caller ID message
if no phone
number appears
in the message.
You can place a call from the Caller ID list.
1. Press
2. Press
cid/
menu
. Select the phone number that you want to dial by pressing
. The displayed phone number dials automatically.
or
.
DIAL EDIT
You can temporarily edit the Caller ID number that is displayed by pressing
. A cursor appears in the display. Press
move the cursor left, make your changes and then press
. This will not change the number in the Caller ID list memory.
to
STORED CALLER ID MESSAGES IN MEMORY DIALING
Messages shown in the Caller ID list can be stored in memory dialing. Using the incoming call information (i.e., Caller ID list), the
phone number of the party on the Caller ID can be stored in memory.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
cid/
menu
. Select the phone number to be stored from the Caller ID list by pressing
or
.
.
or
or enter a number ( 0 - 9 ) to select the memory location to be stored.
. A confirmation tone sounds and the number is stored in memory. The display returns to the Caller ID list.
to return to standby mode.
If a message has already been stored in the selected memory number location, a confirmation screen is displayed. Press
select 'Yes'. Press
to replace. The display returns to the Caller ID list.
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ANSWERING SYSTEM
You can use your answering systems to leave a voice memo message for others who use the phone, or to announce a special
message to callers when you're away from your phone.
FEATURES
l
l
l
l
Digital Tapeless Recording
Call Screening
Time and Day Announcement
Toll Saver
l
l
l
l
13 minutes of Recording Time
Selecting Outgoing Messages
Remote Message Retrieval
Voice Memo
Digital Tapeless Recording allows you to quickly review, save or delete the messages you choose. You will never have to worry about
a tape wearing out, jamming or resetting improperly. The Integrated Answering System is easy and convenient to use, but please
read through all of the instructions carefully.
TURNING THE ANSWERING SYSTEM ON/OFF
on
1. To turn the answering system on, press answer
. The current greeting message will
be played and you will hear a confirmation tone. The message counter displays the
number of messages stored in memory. If the display flashes, then there are new
messages waiting for you.
2. To turn the answering system off, press answer
/off. 'Answer Off', is
on
announced and the message counter display will no longer be illuminated.
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Press and hold
'Skip/ff' or
'Repeat/rew'
to quickly scroll
through the
numbers on the
display.
The PIN code is
set to '80' when
you purchase the
XSA975.
SETTING THE TIME
1. Press menu . 'Time' is announced along with the current time. The message counter displays
the current numbers [1] through [7] indicating the day of the week.
2. Press
or
until the correct day is announced. The numbers [1] through [7]are
displayed on the base.
3. Press set .
4. The current recorded hour is announced. Press
or
until you hear the correct hour
setting. The numbers [1] through [12] are displayed on the base as each hour is announced.
5. Press set .
6. The current recorded minute is announced. Press
or
until you hear the correct
minute setting. The numbers [00] through [59] are displayed on the base as each minute is
announced.
7. Press set .
8. The current recorded AM or PM setting is announced. Press
or
until you hear the
correct AM or PM setting. The message counter displays [A] or [P].
9. Press set . A confirmation tone sounds, then the announcement 'Time' and the time and day
are announced for your review. The base LED displays the number that corresponds with the
day of the week.
10. Press
to exit menu options.
SETTING A PERSONAL SECURITY CODE (PIN)
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To play your messages from a remote location, you will need to enter a two-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN)
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1. Press menu twice. 'Security Code' and the current PIN code is announced as it is displayed on the base.
2. Press
or
until the desired number appears.
3. Press set to select the PIN code. A confirmation tone sounds, then the announcement 'Security Code'
and the new PIN code is announced.
4. Press play to exit menu options.
5. Record your PIN number on pages 31 and 35 for future reference.
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When using the
Announce Only
feature, you may
want to change
your outgoing
message, if the
message prompts
the caller to leave
a message. The
prerecorded
message changes
automatically.
SETTING THE RING TIME
The ring time setting allows you to set the number of rings the caller hears before your
answering system plays the outgoing message. You can set the ring time to answer after six, nine
or twelve rings. Setting (Toll Saver), the answering system picks up after six rings if you have
new messages, and after nine rings if there are none. This way, if you make a long distance call
to check your messages, you can hang up after the seventh ring to avoid billing charges.
1. Press menu three times. You hear 'Ring Time' and the current ring time ([6] 6, [9] 9,
[12] 12, [ ] Toll Saver), and it is displayed on the base.
2. Press
or
until the desired ring time appears.
3. Press set /ringer to select the new ring time, a confirmation tone sounds, then the
announcement 'Ring Time' and the new ring time is announced.
4. Press
to exit menu options.
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SETTING THE MESSAGE RECORD TIME
You have three record time options. The options '1 minute' or '4 minutes' set the
duration for recording incoming messages. 'Announce Only' answers the call with the
preset greeting or your personal greeting but prevents the caller from leaving a message.
1. Press menu four times. 'Record Time' is announced and the current recording time
([1] 1 minute, [4] 4 minutes, [A] Announce Only) and it is displayed on the base.
2. Press
or
until the desired time appears.
3. Press set to select the new recording time, a confirmation tone sounds, then the
announcement 'Record Time' and the new recording time is announced.
4. Press
to exit menu options.
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ANNOUNCE ONLY FEATURE
The 'Announce Only' feature plays a prerecorded outgoing message, "Hello, no one is
available to take your call. Please call again," but it will not allow the caller to leave a message.
SETTING THE MESSAGE ALERT TONE
The Message Alert feature lets you know that you have new messages by sounding a short
beeping tone. If the Message Alert has been set to 'On' and a new message has been received,
the alert tone will sound every 15 seconds. Set the Message Alert tone to 'On' or 'Off' by
using the following procedure:
1. Press menu five times. 'Message Alert' is announced and the current setting
([OF] Off or [On] On), and it is displayed on the base.
2. Press
or
to select.
3. Press set to select the new setting, a confirmation tone sounds, then the
announcement 'Message Alert' and the current setting you have selected is
announced. When the first new message is received, the beeping tone will begin to
sound.
4. Press
/stop to exit menu options.
l
l
To quickly turn 'Message Alert' tone off, press any key on the base unit and the
tone will automatically deactivate. To reset, go back into the menu setup mode.
When all new messages are played using the remote playback feature (page 28) the
'Message Alert' tone will automatically deactivate.
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ANSWERING SYSTEM
To delete the
personal greeting,
press
during the
announcement
and the system
announces
"Greeting has
been deleted."
SETTING YOUR OUTGOING MESSAGE (GREETING)
When you receive a call, the answering system automatically plays either a preset message or
your own greeting.
Preset Message
The following message is prerecorded, "Hello, no one is available to take your call. Please leave a
message after the tone."
Recording A Personal Outgoing Message (Greeting)
1. Press and hold greeting . 'Record Greeting' is announced and a confirmation
tone is heard. [- - ] flashes on the message counter. Release key.
2. Start recording your message. You have 30 seconds, and the message counter starts to count
down [30] to [1] every second.
3. When you are finished recording your greeting, press greeting , a confirmation tone
sounds, and then your greeting plays back for you.
MEMORY DIALING FROM TALK MODE
Choosing Between the Two Outgoing Messages
Press
once quickly. Then press
again when the outgoing message is
played. This switches between the prerecorded greeting or the personal greeting. After
finishing playing back the message, a confirmation tone is heard.
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When you have
set the base
ringer to off and
the handset is on
the base, you will
still hear the
ringer from the
handset.
When you press
at 9 or
at 0, an error tone
sounds.
SETTING THE BASE RINGER VOLUME
You have three ringer options. One allows you to turn the ringer off. The other two are volume
levels.
1.
Press set /ringer. You hear the ringer at the current volume level ([Hi] High, [Lo] Low,
[OF] Off) (if you set the base ringer volume to off, 'Off' is announced) and it is displayed
on the base.
2. Press set /ringer while the current ring volume is being played until the desired ringer
option appears.
3. The system displays new ringer volume.
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ADJUSTING THE ANSWERING SYSTEM SPEAKER VOLUME LEVEL
You can adjust the volume of the Answering System speaker by pressing the 'Volume' keys on
the base. Press
for softer or
for louder while the base speaker is being used.
The numbers 0-9 are displayed on the base indicating the volume levels. 0 being the softest
and 9 being the loudest.
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ANSWERING SYSTEM
When the
answering system
is full, 'FL' is
displayed on the
base, and the
system announces
"No Remaining
Time". You should
delete some
messages so that
the system can
record new
messages.
To stop playing
your messages,
press
at any
time.
USING YOUR ANSWERING SYSTEM
The message counter displays the number of messages stored in memory. If the display
flashes, then there are new messages waiting for you. The flashing number represents the
number of new messages, not total messages. After you play all your new messages, you can
then play your old messages.
PLAYING YOUR MESSAGES
memo
1. Press
. The system announces the number of new and old messages. The LED
displays the number of new messages. The day and time that each message was received
is announced after the message is played. The message counter displays the number of
current messages stored.
When all new messages have been played, a confirmation tone sounds and "End of
Messages" is announced. The system returns to standby.
2. After you have reviewed your new messages, you can play your old messages by again
pressing
. Once you have listened to a new message, it becomes an old message.
The old messages will be played in the order in which they were received.
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1. While a message is being played, press
, to replay the message. If you have several
messages, press
repeatedly until you return to the message you want to replay.
2. Press
at any time to stop reviewing messages and return to standby. The message
counter shows the number of messages stored in memory.
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When you press
you are
permanently
deleting the
message. Once
deleted, the
message cannot
be replayed.
SKIPPING A MESSAGE
1. Press
to review your messages. The number of messages is announced.
2. Press
at anytime to skip to the next message. Each time
is pressed, the system
scans forward one message. If you have several messages, press
to find the message
you want to play.
3. Press
, at any time to stop reviewing your messages and return to standby. The
message counter shows the number of messages stored in memory.
To quickly scroll forwards through a message, press and hold
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DELETING A MESSAGE
To maintain maximum recording time, delete any old messages.
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1. Press
to review your messages.
2. Press
anytime during the message to delete.
3. A confirmation tone sounds after the message has been deleted.
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2. Press
. "To delete all messages, press delete again" is announced.
again. A confirmation tone sounds after all the messages have been deleted.
If you try to delete all messages without first listening to your new messages, you will hear
several short beeps followed by the announcement "Please playback all messages". This
protects you from accidentally erasing messages you have not yet reviewed.
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The voice memo
function is
completely
independent of the
greeting message.
The voice memo
messages are
recorded as
incoming
messages.
VOICE MEMO
The voice memo function allows the user to record messages (up to 10 minutes).
1. Press and hold memo . "Record memo message" is announced and a
confirmation tone sounds. [- -] flashes on the message counter.
2. Start your recording.
3. When you have finished, press
, or memo to stop recording. A confirmation tone
sounds and the system returns to standby.
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You must enter a
command within
15 seconds of
entering command
waiting mode or
the answering
system
automatically
hangs up and
returns to standby.
REMOTE ACCESS AWAY FROM HOME
You can operate your answering system from a remote location using any touch-tone telephone. Use this
function to check for recorded messages, to play or delete messages, even to record a new greeting
message.
1. Call your telephone number.
2. During the greeting message, press
and enter your PIN code (Factory Setting: 80).
(See "Setting a Personal Security Code", page 20)
3. The answering system announces the current time and the number of messages stored in memory.
0 ".
2 . For help, press
Then you hear "To play incoming messages, press
4. You may continue to listen to the Help Guidance, or you may select a command from the following
chart:
Command
then 1
then 2
then 3
then 4
then 5
Function
Repeat a Message
Playing Incoming Messages
Skipping a Message
Deleting a Message
Stop Operation
Command
then 6
then 7
then 8
then 9
then 0
Function
Answering System On
Memo Record/Stop*
Greeting Message Record/Stop*
Answer System Off
Help Guidance
*For Memo Record and Greeting Message Record function, the first time you enter the corresponding
command, it starts the Recording function. If you want to stop the recording, enter the command again.
5. After all of the Help Guidance prompts have played, you hear intermittent beeps indicating that the
system is in the command waiting mode. You may enter another command at this time from the
chart.
6. When you are finished, hang up to exit the system. The answering system automatically returns to
standby.
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TURN ON THE ANSWERING SYSTEM REMOTELY
If you have forgotten to turn on your answering system, you can turn it on remotely from any touch-tone
telephone.
1. Call your telephone number.
2. After 15 rings, the system will answer. A tone sounds.
3. Press
and then enter your PIN code. The answering system announces the number of
2 . For help
messages stored in memory. You hear "To play incoming messages, press
0 ."
press
4. Press
then 6 to turn the answering system on. You will hear the outgoing message and a
confirmation tone sounds.
5. Hang up the phone and subsequent calls will be answered by the system.
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REMOTE OPERATION CARD
Handy wallet sized instructions for easy use of remote answer machine functions.
Remote Operation Card - Uniden XSA975
PIN Code:
Remote access away from home:
1. Call your telephone number.
2. During the greeting message, press
and enter your PIN code.
3. The answering system announces the current time and the number of
messages stored in memory. Then you hear "To play incoming messages,
2 . For help, press
0 ".
press
4. You may continue to listen to the Help Guidance, or you may select a
command from the chart.
Remote Operation Card - Uniden XSA975
PIN Code:
Remote access away from home:
1. Call your telephone number.
2. During the greeting message, press
and enter your PIN code.
3. The answering system announces the current time and the number of
messages stored in memory. Then you hear "To play incoming messages,
2 . For help, press
0 ".
press
4. You may continue to listen to the Help Guidance, or you may select a
command from the chart.
*For Memo Record and Greeting Message Record function, the first time
you enter the corresponding command, it starts the Recording function. If
you want to stop the recording, enter the command again.
*For Memo Record and Greeting Message Record function, the first time
you enter the corresponding command, it starts the Recording function. If
you want to stop the recording, enter the command again.
Remote Operation Card - Uniden XSA975
Remote Operation Card - Uniden XSA975
PIN Code:
Remote access away from home:
1. Call your telephone number.
2. During the greeting message, press
and enter your PIN code.
3. The answering system announces the current time and the number of
messages stored in memory. Then you hear "To play incoming messages,
2 . For help, press
0 ".
press
4. You may continue to listen to the Help Guidance, or you may select a
command from the chart.
*For Memo Record and Greeting Message Record function, the first time
you enter the corresponding command, it starts the Recording function. If
you want to stop the recording, enter the command again.
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PIN Code:
Remote access away from home:
1. Call your telephone number.
2. During the greeting message, press
and enter your PIN code.
3. The answering system announces the current time and the number of
messages stored in memory. Then you hear "To play incoming messages,
2 . For help, press
0 ".
press
4. You may continue to listen to the Help Guidance, or you may select a
command from the chart.
*For Memo Record and Greeting Message Record function, the first time
you enter the corresponding command, it starts the Recording function. If
you want to stop the recording, enter the command again.
Handy wallet sized instructions for easy use of remote answer machine functions.
Command
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Command
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
Repeat a Message
Playing Incoming Messages
Skipping a Message
Deleting a Message
Stop Operation
Answering System On
Memo Record/Stop*
Greeting Message Record/Stop*
Answer System Off
Help Guidance
Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Repeat a Message
Playing Incoming Messages
Skipping a Message
Deleting a Message
Stop Operation
Answering System On
Memo Record/Stop*
Greeting Message Record/Stop*
Answer System Off
Help Guidance
Command
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Command
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
then
Repeat a Message
Playing Incoming Messages
Skipping a Message
Deleting a Message
Stop Operation
Answering System On
Memo Record/Stop*
Greeting Message Record/Stop*
Answer System Off
Help Guidance
Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
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Repeat a Message
Playing Incoming Messages
Skipping a Message
Deleting a Message
Stop Operation
Answering System On
Memo Record/Stop*
Greeting Message Record/Stop*
Answer System Off
Help Guidance
ANSWERING SYSTEM
REMOTE OPERATION CARD
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
The in use/charge LED wont
illuminate when the handset
is placed on the base.
• Make sure the AC adaptor is plugged into the base and wall outlet
• Make sure the handset is properly seated in the base.
• Make sure the charging contacts on the handset and base are clean.
The audio sounds weak
and/ or scratchy.
• Move the handset and/or base to a different location away from
metal objects or appliances and try again.
• Make sure that you are not too far away from the base.
/channel while on a call to change the
• Press
operating channel.
Can’t makeor receive calls.
• Checkboth endsof the telephoneline cordare plugged in firmly.
• Make surethe AC adaptoris plugged into the baseand wall outlet.
• Disconnect the AC adaptor for a few minutes, then reconnect it.
• Make surethat you are not too far fromthe base.
• Charge the handset.
The handset doesn't ring or
receive a page.
• The battery pack may be weak.Charge the battery for 20-25hours.
• The handset may be too far away fromthe baseunit.
• Place the baseunit away from appliances or metal objects.
Handset number 1 or
number 2 not working
• Place one handset at a time on the main base for 5 seconds each.
If you still have a problem.
Australia: www.uniden.com.au
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New Zealand: www.uniden.co.nz
WARRANTY
One Year Limited Warranty
WARRANTY
Important:
Warrantor:
Evidence of original purchase is required for warranty service.
Uniden Australia Pty Limited A.B.N. 58 001 865 498
Uniden New Zealand Limited
ELEMENT OF WARRANTY: Uniden warrants to the original retail owner for the duration of this warranty, its XSA975 (herein after referred to as the
Product), to be free from defects in materials and craftsmanship with only the limitations or exclusions set out below.
WARRANTY DURATION: This warranty to the original retail owner only, shall terminate and be of no further effect 12 months after the date of original
retail sale. This warranty will be deemed invalid if the product is; (A) Damaged or not maintained as reasonable and necessary, (B) Modified, altered or
used as part of any conversion kits, subassemblies, or any configurations not sold by Uniden. (C) Improperly installed, (D) Repaired by someone other
than an authorised Uniden Repair Agent for a defect or malfunction covered by this warranty. (E) Used in conjunction with any equipment or parts or as
part of a system not manufactured by Uniden, (F) Warranty is only valid in original country of purchase.
PARTS COVERED: This warranty covers for one (1) year, the Base Unit and Handset only. All accessories (AC Adaptor etc) are covered for 90 days only.
STATEMENT OF REMEDY: In the event that the product does not conform to this warranty at any time while this warranty is in effect, the warrantor at its
discretion, will repair the defect or replace the product and return it to you without charge for parts or service. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER OR
PROVIDE FOR THE REIMBURSEMENT OR PAYMENT OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. THIS GUARANTEE IS IN ADDITION TO AND DOES
NOT IN ANY WAY AFFECT YOUR RIGHTS UNDER THE CONSUMER GUARANTEE ACT.
PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING PERFORMANCE OR WARRANTY: In the event that the product does not conform to this warranty, the Product should
be shipped or delivered, freight pre-paid, with evidence of original purchase (eg. a copy of the sales docket), to the warrantor at:
UNIDEN AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
SERVICE DIVISION
345 Princes Highway,
Rockdale NSW 2216
Fx (02) 9599 3278
www.uniden.com.au
UNIDEN NEW ZEALAND LIMITED
SERVICE DIVISION
150 Harris Road,
East Tamaki, Auckland
Fx (09) 274 4253
www.uniden.co.nz
Customers in other states should ship or deliver the Product freight pre-paid to their nearest Uniden Authorised Repair Centre (Contact Uniden for the
nearest Warranty Agent to you).
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NOTES
For your future reference, please fill in the panel below and attach your Purchase Receipt/Sales Docket.
Serial:
(found on the bottom of the product or on the box)
NOTES
Date of Purchase:
Name & Address of Dealer:
PIN Code:
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FOR PURCHASING A UNIDEN PRODUCT
THANK YOU
© Uniden Australia Pty Limited
Uniden New Zealand Limited
Printed in China
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