CLT-D11
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
CLT-D11
DECT
with Caller ID
Important
Charge the handset battery for 16 continuous hours prior to first use.
The initial battery charge is important for best performance.
SANYO Electric Co.,Ltd.
TABLE OF CONTENT
INTRODUCTION -------------------------------------------------------------- 4
Important Warning ------------------------------------------------------- 4
GETTING STARTED --------------------------------------------------------Checking Package Contents ----------------------------------------Battery Setup ------------------------------------------------------------Telephone line connection -------------------------------------------Charging the handset batteries --------------------------------------
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NAMES AND CONTROLS ------------------------------------------------Handset -------------------------------------------------------------------Base Unit -----------------------------------------------------------------LCD Screen Messages ------------------------------------------------
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BASICS ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 10
Receiving a call -------------------------------------------------------- 10
Making a call ------------------------------------------------------------ 10
Call timer ---------------------------------------------------------------- 10
To adjust the receiver volume --------------------------------------- 11
Mute Key ----------------------------------------------------------------- 11
To mute the microphone ---------------------------------------------- 11
Pre-dialing ---------------------------------------------------------------- 11
Redialing ----------------------------------------------------------------- 12
The Phone Book memories ----------------------------------------- 12
To store a number in the phone book ---------------------------- 12
To dial a number from memory ------------------------------------ 13
To delete memory content ------------------------------------------- 13
Recall --------------------------------------------------------------------- 13
Handset Locator (Paging Function) ------------------------------- 13
Low battery warning -------------------------------------------------- 14
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TABLE OF CONTENT
CALLER ID FEATURES -------------------------------------------------Reviewing Caller ID List --------------------------------------------Dialing a Caller ID number -----------------------------------------Deleting entries from the caller list --------------------------------
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BABY MODE ----------------------------------------------------------------To set a Baby Mode phone number -----------------------------To set Baby Mode ON -----------------------------------------------To set Baby Mode OFF ----------------------------------------------
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HANDSET SETTING ------------------------------------------------------Select Ringer Tones -------------------------------------------------Select Ringer Volume -----------------------------------------------Key Lock Mode -------------------------------------------------------System PIN number -------------------------------------------------Handset initial setting ------------------------------------------------CHANGING THE BATTERY --------------------------------------------Battery replacement and handling -------------------------------Replace the batteries -------------------------------------------------
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POWER FAILURE ---------------------------------------------------------- 22
TROUBLE-SHOOTING ---------------------------------------------------- 23
MAINTENANCE ------------------------------------------------------------- 24
REFRESH BATTERY ------------------------------------------------------ 25
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of this Sanyo cordless telephone.
Your Sanyo DECT cordless telephone is a high-quality home
communications product. It is carefully designed and produced by a
world leader of consumer and industrial electronic equipment. With
proper maintenance and care, it will provide you with years of
enjoyment and convenience.
Important Safety Warnings
– This cordless phone will be inoperable when mains power fails
(see page 22)
– Due to magnetic fields in the handset, please ensure that no sharp
metal objects such as pins or needles are attached to the handset,
BEFORE use.
– Please ensure this product is turned off near fuel depots, petrol
stations, chemical plants or any explosive atmosphere.
Main Features
1.9 GHz Technology
Superior Range – The use of 1.9 GHz frequency band for signal
transmission between base and handset means greater
communication range compared to conventional 43-49MHz cordless
telephones.
Ultra-Low-Noise – The high frequency communication also has
significantly reduced noise level.
IMPORTANT: To use Caller ID feature, you must subscribe to Caller ID Service
from your telephone company, you can see the caller’s phone number on the
LCD.
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GETTING STARTED
Checking Package Contents
Make Sure your package includes the items show here.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Handset
Base unit
Battery cover
AAA batteries, 2 pieces.
Telephone Line Cord.
AC Adaptor (Model No. KA24D060030033S)
Installation tips
To minimize or prevent interference with other electrical devices, the
base of the DECT cordless should not be placed near or on top of a
TV, microwave oven, or VCR.
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GETTING STARTED
Battery Setup
1. Remove the battery compartment cover on the handset, insert the
batteries into the battery compartment according to the +/- markings
and replace the cover.
2. Plug the AC adaptor into the Power DC socket on the back of the
base. Plug another end into an electrical outlet.
3. Place the handset in the base. The CHARGE indicator comes on
verifying that the battery is charging. Charge the handset for at
least 16 continuous hours prior to first use. The initial battery charge
is important for best performance.
Note: It is normal for the handset and base to get warm when the
handset is charging in the base.
Caution: Use only the Sanyo adapter that is supplied with this
phone. Using other AC adapter may damage the telephone.
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GETTING STARTED
Telephone line connection
4. Plug the telephone line cord into the TEL LINE socket on the back
of the base. Plug the other end into the telephone line socket.
Charging the handset batteries
You must charge the handset batteries for 16 continuous hours
the first time you use them. During charging, the battery icon is as
shown below.
Note: Batteries and handset may become warm during charging.
This is normal.
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NAMES AND CONTROLS
Handset
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10.
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12.
13.
14.
1. Belt clip
2. CID (Caller ID retrieve
key)/Recall.
3. Cancel key / Mute
4. Intercom Key (used on for
system with 2 handsets)
5. Charging contacts
6. Receiver
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LCD screen
Program Key
Phone key
Memory key
Keypad 0-9
* / Lock key
# key
Redial key
NAMES AND CONTROLS
Base Unit
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2
1. Handset cradle
2. CHARGE LED
3. Page key
LCD SCREEN MESSAGES
Missed Call
Key lock
Microphone Mute
OFF Hook
Battery
Antenna
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BASICS
Receiving a call
When an incoming call is received, the phone will ring on the handset
and the handset will show the caller information .
*Note: A subscription is required from your local phone company to
receive Caller ID information on your phone. See Caller ID Features,
page 15.
1. Press the
key to answer the call.
Note: If the handset is in the base cradle, the phone will enter talk
mode automatically as soon as you pick the handset up from the
base cradle.
2. Press the
key once again to hang up the call.
Making a call
1. Press the
key to go off hook.
Note: If the handset is in the base cradle, pick the handset up
before pressing the
key.
2. Dial the phone number. The screen shows the number as you
enter it.
3. To end the call, press
key again or place the handset on the
base cradle.
Call timer
The handset will automatically time the duration of all outgoing or
incoming calls.
The handset display shows the call duration when the call is ended
for 5 seconds.
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BASICS
To adjust the receiver volume
1. When the phone is on hook, press
and then the [4] key. The
handset enters the receiver volume adjustment mode. There are
three receiver levels of low, medium and high selections by
pressing the [1], [2] and [3] keys respectively.
2. Once the selection key is pressed, press the
key again to store
the new setting. If the
key is pressed instead, the original
receiver level is restored.
Mute Key
To have a private, off-line conversation, use the MUTE feature. The
caller on the other end of the line cannot hear you, but you can hear
them
To mute the microphone
1. While a call is in progress, press the
key once. The Mute
symbol (
) will appear on the LCD.
2. Press the
key again to resume your telephone conversation.
Pre-dialing (up to 18 digits)
1. When the phone is OFF (not in TALK mode), enter the telephone
number. The number is displayed as you enter it. If you want to
correct a wrong entry digit, press the
key to remove the last
entered digit.
2. After you have completed the entry of the telephone number, press
the
key to switch to TALK mode and the entered number will
be dialed automatically.
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BASICS
Redialing (up to 18 digits)
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in TALK mode).
2. To call one of the last five numbers dialed, press
repeatedly
until the number you want is displayed on the LCD, then press
the
key.
OR
1. Make sure the phone is ON by pressing
key.
2. Press
key to redial the last number
The Phone Book memories
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You can store up to 10 of your most frequently used numbers.
To store a number in the phone book
1. Press
then
to enter the memory editing mode.
2. Press the
key to scroll to one of the (0-9) locations for storing
the number (if the location shown already has a number, that
number may be over-written by the new number).
3. If the location selected already has a number stored and you want
to replace it, long press the
key will clear the stored number.
Otherwise press
key repeatedly to select an empty location.
4. Enter the desired telephone number. In case a wrong digit is
entered, press the
key to delete the digit for correction. If you
wish to add a pause, press
key at the desired location
5. Press the
key to store the new number into the memory.
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BASICS
To dial a number from memory
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in TALK mode).
2. Press
repeatedly to scroll to the number you want to dial.
OR
Press
key then press numeric key (0-9) to select the desired
number.
3. Press the
key
Remark: If the phone number contains more than 10 digits, press
the
key will toggle the display to display the "remaining" digits.
To delete memory contents
1. Press
then
to enter the memory editing mode.
2. Press
key repeatedly until the number you wish to delete is
displayed.
3. Long press
key to clear the stored number.
4. Press
key to confirm, and confirmation tone can be heard.
Recall
Recall is used to access special telephone service. Contact your
local telephone company for details. If your unit is connected to a
PBX, press the / R key allows you to access some features of your
PBX such as transferring an extension call.
Handset Locator (Paging Function)
This feature helps to locate a misplaced handset.
Press [ Page ] button on the base, the handset will
beep continuously for 60 seconds or until until you
do one of the following:
1. Press
key on the handset.
2. Press [ Page ] key again.
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BASICS
Low battery warning
There are three short beeps to alarm that the battery is empty and
the battery is needed to recharge. After the beeps, the battery icon
will indicate the battery is empty as showing (
).
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CALLER ID FEATURES
To use the Caller ID you must first subscribe to your network Service
Providers' Caller ID Service. The network operator may apply a small
regular charge for this service. If you subscribe to Caller ID Service,
you can see on the display the caller's phone number (unless the
number has been withheld).
When you receive a call, the caller's telephone number will appear
the display. If the caller has withheld their number, the LCD will show
"------"or empty.
When there is an incoming call and has not been answered, the
unanswered call will be stored in the Caller ID List and the New Missed
Call Icon will be displayed.
When there is an unanswered incoming call, the caller's number is
stored in the Caller ID List. The Caller ID List holds the telephone
numbers of the last 15 unanswered calls. You can check the Caller
ID List and scroll through the list and dial numbers from the list
(described in Reviewing Caller ID List section). When there is a call
received and the calls list is full, then the oldest entry will be deleted
automatically from the memory.
Remark: If the phone number contains more than 10 digits, press
the
key will toggle the display to display the "remaining" digits.
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CALLER ID FEATURES
Reviewing Caller ID List
When the handset is at standby mode, press
key and the Caller
ID list of the last 15 unanswered calls will show. The most recent
unanswered call will be show as first record. The user may press the
[ key to scroll from the most recent to the oldest. If it has reached
the oldest record, the display will show "------------ ". Further press of
the
key will go back to the first record and continue scrolling from
there.
Press
will exit and return to standby mode.
Note:
● If there is no unanswered call, the display will show “-----------”
when you press
key at standby mode.
● After you review unanswered calls and return to standby mode,
the new missed call icon will disappear from LCD.
Dialing a Caller ID number
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in TALK mode).
2. Press
key repeatedly to select the desire Caller ID entry.
3. Press
key. The number dials automatically.
Deleting entries from the caller list
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in TALK mode).
2. Press
key repeatedly until find the entry you want to delete.
3. Long press
key to delete the present number and then next
entry will be shown.
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BABY MODE
The Baby Mode feature is very useful and has many applications.
This feature is available only when the baby mode is ON. In Baby
Mode when the
key or any one of the dial keys are pressed the
phone will automatically dial any number that you have preprogrammed. Parents could pre-program their mobile number for their
children to make contact in the event of an emergency. A mobile
number can be pre-programmed for the baby-sitter, for example.
To set a Baby Mode phone number
This is the number that will be called when the
or any other dial
keys are pressed.
1. Press
and then [3] to enter the Baby Call number editing.
2. The screen will show "---- ".
3. Enter the PIN number (the default setting is "0000" if it has not
been changed) followed by
key.
4. Enter the phone number followed by
key (In case there has
been a previously programmed number, if you want to replace it,
long press the
key to clear the previous number and then enter
new phone number followed
key. Otherwise long press
key
to clear all and then press
key once again to exit. The previous
number will be restored).
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BABY MODE
To set Baby Mode ON
1. Press the
and then the [2] key.
NOTE: If the Baby Mode phone number has not been programmed,
the phone will not enter the Baby Mode and will return to STANDBY
mode.
2. The screen will show "---- "as below
3. Enter the PIN number (the default setting is "0000" if it has not
been changed)
4. Press
key. The handset will enter the Baby Mode. A beep tone
will be emitted and the Baby Mode number will be flashing to
indicate the handset in the Baby Mode
To set Baby Mode OFF
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the
and then the [2] key.
The screen will show "---- " to prompt for the PIN number.
Enter the PIN number then followed by
key.
The Baby Mode number will disappear from LCD and the handset
will return to normal mode.
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HANDSET SETTING
Select Ringer Tones
1. To enter the Ringer tone selection, press the
and then the [5]
key. There are 6 different ringer melodies selectable via the [1] to
[6] keys. The handset ringer will provide the respective ringing
melody when any of these keys is pressed.
2. Press
when the required melody is selected.
Select Ringer Volume
1. To enter the ringer volume selection, press the
and then the [6]
key. There are 3 ringer volume levels, low, medium and, high levels,
selectable via the [1], [2] and [3] keys.
2. Press
key to store the setting.
Key Lock Mode
You can lock the keypad to prevent keys from accidentally being
pressed. To lock the keypad:
1. Long press
key and the key icon will be displayed.
2. To unlock, long press
key again. When the handset is unlocked,
the key icon will disappear on the display.
Note: Key lock is disabled in the event of an incoming call, but return
to key lock when the call ends.
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HANDSET SETTING
System PIN number
The Sanyo DECT has built-in a system PIN which is used for
preventing misuse of certain features or accidental mis-programming
of certain features such as Baby Mode (described in the previous
section). The factory default setting for the Pin Number is 0000. You
can change it to any other four digits you can remember easily. If you
forget it, please consult your nearest Sanyo Service Centre.
To change the PIN number proceed as follows:
1. Press
and then [1] key.
2. The screen shows "----" to prompt you to input the current PIN
(factory default is 0000).
3. Enter the current PIN number then followed by
4.
5.
6.
7.
The "----" will be shown again.
Enter the new 4 digit numeric PIN followed by
The "----" will be shown again.
Enter the new 4-digit numeric PIN followed by
reconfirmation.
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key.
key.
key again for
HANDSET SETTING
Handset Initial Setting
Function
Initial Setting
Dialing Mode
Tone
Handset Ringer Volume
3
Handset Ringer Pattern
2
Handset Receiver Volume
2
PIN Number
0000
Recall Time
100ms
Baby Mode
OFF
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CHANGING THE BATTERY
Battery replacement and handling
When the operating time becomes short even after a battery is
recharged, please replace the batteries.
With normal usage, your battery should last about one year.
Caution:
● Use only the specified battery type (AAA Ni-MH 1.2V, 550mAh).
● Only use rechargeable batteries.
● Never throw the battery into a fire, disassemble it or heat it.
● Do not remove or damage the battery casing.
Replace the batteries
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Slide off the battery compartment cover.
Remove the batteries from the compartment.
Insert the new batteries according to the polarity printed.
Put the battery compartment cover back on.
Place handset on the base to charge for 16 hours.
Note: Charge the handset batteries for at least 16 hours continuously
prior to first use. The initial charge is important for best performance.
Batteries and handset may become warm during charging. This is
normal
Caution: To reduce the risk of fire or personal injury, use AAA 1.2V,
550mAh rechargeable batteries.
Under no circumstances should non-rechargeable batteries be used.
Only use the approved batteries will invalidate your warranty and
may damage the telephone.
POWER FAILURE
When power is off, you will not be able to make or receive calls
with the DECT telephone.
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TROUBLE-SHOOTING
CALLER-ID
No Display
• Is the battery fully charged? Try to replace the batteries.
• Make sure that the base is connected to a non-switched AC
outlet. Disconnect the base from the plug and plug it in again.
• Have you subscribed to the Caller ID service from your local
telephone company? The display will not work unless you do
this.
Telephone
No dial tone
• Check installation:
- Is the base power cord connected to a working outlet?
- Is the telephone line cord connected to the base unit and the
wall jack?
- Disconnect the base from the wall jack and connect another to
the same jack. If there is no dial tone in the second phone, the
problem might be your wiring or local service.
- Is the handset out of range of the base?
- Make sure the batteries properly charged (at least 16
continuous hours).
- Are the batteries installed properly?
- Did the handset beep when you press the ? Did the CHARGE
indicator come during battery charging? The batteries may need
to be charged.
Phone Beeps
• If it does not work, charge the batteries for 16 continuous hours.
• Replace batteries.
Dialing from memory
• Did you program the memories correctly?
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TROUBLE-SHOOTING
Causes of poor reception
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Aluminum siding.
Foil backing on insulation.
Heating ducts and other metal construction can shield radio signals.
You are too close to appliances such as microwaves, stoves,
computers etc.
Atmospheric conditions, such as storms.
Base is installed in the basemen or lower floor of the house.
Handset batteries are low.
You are out of range of the base.
MAINTENANCE
The freedom that your cordless telephone can offer is fully dependent
on the performance of the rechargeable batteries in the handset. To
maximize the battery performance, follow these guidelines:
Charge it for at least 16 continuous hours.
Before initial use of your new battery, charge it for at least 16 hours
continuously. The proper initial charging is very important to maximize
the battery performance.
Battery Performance
To keep your batteries in the best condition, leave the handset off the
base for a few hours at a time. Running the batteries right down at
least once a week will help them last as long as possible.
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REFRESH BATTERY
If your batteries seem to need recharging more often than usual, it
may have lost part of its charging capacity because of premature
recharges. To bring back its full capacity, try “refreshing” the batteries:
1. First discharge the batteries by leaving the handset in TALK mode
until Battery Low indicator turns on (Disconnect the base from the
phone line, so that your line is not busy all the time.)
2. Then charge it for 16 continuous hours.
3. Repeat the above once more.
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SANYO Electric Co.,Ltd.
086-732808000-00
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