Response 110 user guide

Response 110 user guide
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 3
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
At a glance
A
At a glance
Handset park
To rest the handset
during a call when the
Response 110 is wall
mounted.
Redial/Pause
Redials the last number
called. Inserts a pause.
Response 110
Secrecy
Allows you to talk to
someone in the same
room without the person
on the other end of the
line hearing your
conversation.
Telephone & Answering Machine
✱
0
R
Recall button for use with
switchboards and BT Select Services.
ANSWER
ON/OFF
WX
9
YZ
R
NO
8
LED
Indicates when
the answering
machine is
switched on/off,
or any incoming
messages or
memos, have
been left.
REW
PLAY
MIC
Microphone
For recording outgoing
messages and memos.
Cover
Lift to access
further control
buttons and the
microcassette.
F
QUICKDIAL
6
V
STORE
Quickdial
Enables you to dial
phone numbers
stored in the
memory.
1
7
RS
REDIAL
M
JK
5
TU
PQ
SECRECY
DE
3
L
HI
G
AB
2
C
1
4
Store
Allows you to
store up to 10
numbers in the
memory.
Handset catch
Retains handset if
wall mounted.
Answer On/Off
Switches the answering
machine on and off.
Rewind/Play
Press to play
back messages
and memos.
Rewinds the tape
during playback.
2
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 4
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
At a glance
Directory label
Allows you to note down
the numbers stored in the
memory.
Recording MC30
cassette
15 minutes per side,
fits under the cassette
safety cover.
Microcassette lid
Lift to access the
microcassette.
To record an outgoing
message. Press and hold
the OGM button. Speak
after the tone. Press stop
to end the recording.
SECURITY CODE:
OPEN TO
ACCESS CASSETTE
Volume
Adjusts the volume
during message
playback and when
recording memos
or your outgoing
message.
M EM
1 ................
M EM
–
+
2 ...............
M EM
3 ...............
M EM
4 ...............
SAVE
M EM
5 ...............
M EM
STOP
6 ...............
M EM
7 ...............
M EM
8 ................
M EM
OGM
MEMO
FF
9 ................
M EM
0 .................
OGM
Allows you to record and check
your outgoing message.
2
Save/Stop
Stops certain
functions and saves
messages after
playback.
Memo/
Fast Forward
Press to record a
memo message.
Fast forwards the
tape during
message playback.
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 5
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Contents
In this guide
At a glance
1
Introduction
4
Setting up
5
Using your Response 110
answering machine
8
Using your Response 110
telephone
14
Additional features
16
Help
19
Maintenance
21
Technical information
22
Index
23
Hints and tips boxes
In this user guide, we’ve included helpful tips and
useful notes. They are shown in a grey box.
3
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 6
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Introduction
Introduction
Your Response 110 is designed for ease of use and made to the high
standards set by BT
We thank you for making the right choice and
trust that your Response 110 will give you
many years of quality service.
Please read the instructions carefully before
use, and keep this user guide for future
reference.
For your records
Date of purchase:
Place of purchase:
Serial number:
(on the underside of the machine)
Purchase price:
For guarantee purposes, proof of purchase
is required, so please keep your receipt
safe.
Check that your Response 110 is complete.
When you unpack you should have:
• Response 110 with telephone line cord
attached.
• Mains power adaptor.
• 30 minute MC30 cassette (already fitted)
(15 minutes per side).
• 2 screws and 2 Rawlplugs for wall mounting.
• Spare memory label.
4
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 7
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Setting up
Setting up
Follow these steps to get your Response 110 ready for use
Plan where you will put your Response 110.
It should be within two metres of a power socket
and the phone socket.
1 Plug your Response 110 into
the phone socket
Warning
1 Do not try to use any power adaptor
except the one provided (item code
871036) if you do you may
permanently damage your Response 110
and this will invalidate the warranty.
If you do not have a modern phone socket,
call Freefone 0800 800 150 and ask for a BT
engineer to come and fit the correct socket.
This is a chargeable service.
5
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 8
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Setting up
2 Plug the power cord into the
back of the machine
To prevent the power cord being pulled out
accidentally, route it behind the clip on the
back of the unit.
4 Set the dial mode
P
TB
Your Response 110 is pre-set to TONE (TB)
dialling. This ensures the phone will work with
all modern digital exchanges.
If you dial a number and continue to hear the
dialling tone, you may need to switch the
phone to PULSE (P) dialling.
5 Set the ringer volume
The ringer switch is located on the back of the
base unit. There are three settings.
3 Now plug the adaptor into a
convenient mains power socket
When the power is switched on you hear
a single beep, the MC30 cassette operates
briefly.
OFF LO HI
• HI – a loud ring.
Your Response 110 is pre-set to this position.
• LO – a quiet ring.
• OFF – no ring.
6
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 9
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Setting up
6 Wall mounting (optional)
Before you start, make sure that the telephone
is in easy reach of the power supply and a
telephone socket, and that the wall can support
the weight of your Response 110.
Pull out and turn the handset clip around to
prevent the handset from falling off the base
when wall mounted.
A template is printed at the back of this guide
(page 25) which you can use to mark where you
will put the screws into the wall.
Drill two holes for the screws and insert the
Rawlplugs provided (if you need them).
Insert the screws leaving about 2 - 3 mm
sticking out to hang the bracket from.
Rawlplug
Handset park
When wall mounted, if you need to
temporarily move away from the phone
during a conversation, you can hook the
handset on the handset park on the top
of your Response 110.
Screw
Wall
Attach the Response 110 by hooking it over the
screws protruding from the wall.
SECRECY
REDIAL
R
7
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 10
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Using your Response 110
answering machine
Using your Response 110
answering machine
Switching the answering machine
on and off
To change your MC30 cassette
To switch on
• Open the cassette safety cover.
• Check that the A side of the MC30 cassette
is facing upwards.
ANSWER
ON/OFF
REW
Lift the main cover to reveal the control buttons
and the cassette safety cover.
PLAY
• Press the ANSWER ON/OFF button. You will
hear a short beep. The tape motor operates
briefly and the red LED comes on.
To switch off
• Press the ANSWER ON/OFF button. You will
hear a short beep. The red LED goes out.
To record an outgoing
message. Press and hold
the OGM button. Speak
after the tone. Press stop
to end the recording.
SECURITY CODE:
OPEN TO
ACCESS CASSETTE
Any messages recorded will be saved.
–
Your Response 110 is supplied and fitted with a
30 minute cassette which gives a total recording
time of 15 minutes per side, including the time
allowed for your outgoing message. If desired, the
tape can be turned over by hand. You will need to
record a new outgoing message.
8
+
SAVE
STOP
OGM
MEMO
FF
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 11
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Using your Response 110
answering machine
To adjust the speaker volume
–
+
To record your own outgoing message
The outgoing message is the message people
hear when they call you.
OGM
+ side to
increase the volume. You hear beeps getting
louder to indicate the volume level.
• Press the volume button on the – side to
reduce the volume. The beeps get quieter to
indicate the changing volume level.
• Press the volume button on the
Pre-recorded outgoing message
The outgoing message is the greeting a caller
hears when your Response 110 answers a call.
It is supplied with the following pre-recorded
outgoing message: ‘Hello your call cannot be
taken at the moment, so please leave your
message after the tone’. This message can be
kept as your outgoing message, or if you
prefer, you can replace it by recording your
own message.
Please note
Once you have recorded over the pre-recorded
message it is permanently erased and you will not
be able to retrieve it.
• Press and hold down the OGM button for
about 10 seconds or until you hear a long
beep.
• Release the OGM button and record your
message. Speak clearly from about 15/30 cm
from the microphone.
• Press the SAVE/STOP button to end the
recording. Your Response 110 will
automatically replay your message.
• You can record an outgoing message of up
to 30 seconds.
Your outgoing message may sound something like
this “Hello, I’m sorry I can’t take your call at
present. If you would like to leave a message please
speak after the tone”.
To record a new outgoing message, repeat the
steps above.
To check your outgoing message
OGM
• Press and release the OGM button.
Your message will be played back.
9
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 12
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Using your Response 110
answering machine
Receiving messages
Your Response 110 will automatically record
incoming calls once it is connected to the
mains power and telephone socket and
switched to answer on.
Your Response 110 is supplied with a 30 minute
cassette which gives a total recording time of
15 minutes per side, including the time allowed for
your outgoing message. If desired, the tape can be
turned over by hand. You will need to record a new
outgoing message.
When you get an incoming call, your Response
110 will answer the call after four rings. It will
then play your outgoing message and record
any incoming messages.
To pause playback
SAVE
STOP
• Lift the main cover.
• Press the SAVE/STOP button.
Playback pauses. To resume playback press
the REW/PLAY button.
To stop playback
SAVE
STOP
• Lift the main cover.
• Press the SAVE/STOP button. Playback stops.
To fast forward during playback
MEMO
FF
To play back your messages
REW
PLAY
New messages indicator
Check the red LED. If you have new messages,
the light flashes.
If there are no new messages, the LED will
be on.
• Press the REW/PLAY button. Your messages
are played back in the order they were
received.
During playback you can stop, fast forward or
rewind the tape.
10
• Lift the main cover.
• Press and hold down the MEMO/FF
button. When you release the button,
message playback resumes. If you
hear two short beeps, you have reached
the end of all the messages. The tape will
automatically rewind to the start of the
messages.
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 13
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Using your Response 110
answering machine
To rewind during message playback
SAVE
REW
PLAY
STOP
• Press and hold down the REW/PLAY button.
When you release the button, message
playback resumes. If you hear two short
beeps, you have reached the start of all the
messages. The tape will automatically start
message playback again.
To save messages
You can save messages you have played back.
New incoming messages will be recorded from
the end of the old messages.
Play back your messages and wait for the two
short beeps that tells you there are no more
messages.
SAVE
STOP
• Lift the main cover and press the SAVE/STOP
button within 6 seconds.
To set your Response 110 to record over
existing messages
REW
Your Response 110 resets the tape to record from
the end of the previous messages and the red
LED flashes to indicate that messages are saved.
PLAY
• Press the REW/PLAY button to play back
your messages.
When all your messages have been played,
wait until you hear two short beeps to indicate
that the end of the messages has been reached.
To save messages after the machine has
reset the tape to the beginning
You can still save your old messages as long as
no new messages have been received.
SAVE
STOP
The tape automatically rewinds and resets at
the start of the tape. The red LED is on
continuously.
• Lift the main cover.
• Press and hold down the SAVE/STOP button
New incoming messages will be recorded over
any existing messages.
This may take a little while if you have a lot of
messages. The red LED flashes to indicate
saved messages.
until you hear a beep.
11
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 14
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Using your Response 110
answering machine
To delete messages
Once messages have been played back, your
Response 110 automatically resets to the
beginning of the MC30 cassette. If your
messages have not been saved they will be
automatically recorded over when new
messages are received.
Recording a memo
You can use your Response 110 to record a
memo to be played back later. Your machine
stores a memo and treats it in exactly the same
way as an incoming message. Memos are
saved with incoming messages.
To record a memo
Make sure the answering machine is
switched on.
SAVE
MEMO
FF
STOP
• Press and release the MEMO/FF button and
wait until you hear the beep.
• Record your memo message. Speak clearly
into the microphone from about 30 cms.
• Press the SAVE/STOP button when you have
finished recording.
In the event of a mains power failure.
If your Response 110 answering machine is
switched on, it will automatically reset itself when
mains power is restored. Your outgoing message
and any recorded incoming messages are kept and
the red LED will f lash to indicate the number of
messages recorded.
During power failure, your Response 110 answering
machine will not work, but the telephone will
continue to work as normal.
12
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 15
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Using your Response 110
answering machine
Call screening
When the answering machine is switched on,
you can hear incoming messages and decide
whether to answer them or let your Response
110 continue to take their message. If you
decide to answer the call, lift your Response
110’s handset and the answering machine will
stop and allow you to speak to the caller.
Make sure the speaker volume is set to an
audible level when using call screening.
Automatic Call Termination
Your Response 110 will terminate a call under
certain conditions.
• If the caller pauses for longer than six seconds
when recording a message.
• If your outgoing message (including any tones) is
longer than two and a half minutes.
• If the tape comes to an end during recording.
• If the incoming call is longer than 1 minute.
BT recommends that your outgoing message should
be as brief as possible and that you play back any
messages left regularly. This will reset the tape to
the beginning and maximise the time available for
incoming messages.
13
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 16
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Using your Response 110
telephone
Using your Response 110
telephone
Using the memory to store and dial numbers
Your Response 110 can store up to 10 phone
numbers, each up to 16 digits long, which can
be dialled by pressing just two buttons.
Each stored number is allocated one of the ten
keypad numbers (0-9).
To store a number
STORE
• Lift the handset. The dialling tone can be
heard.
Press the STORE button.
Enter the number you want to store.
Press the STORE button again.
Press the keypad number (0-9) under which
you want to store the phone number.
• Replace the handset.
•
•
•
•
To insert a pause in a number stored in the
memory
REDIAL
When entering a phone number in the memory,
press the REDIAL button to insert a pause.
When you dial the number stored in the
memory, your Response 110 will automatically
insert a pause where it was stored.
To dial a stored number
QUICKDIAL
• Lift the handset.
• Press the QUICKDIAL button.
• Press the (0-9) keypad number where you
have stored the number you want to dial.
Your number is dialled automatically.
Directory label
Use the directory label to note down the numbers
you have stored in the memory. The directory label
is on the handset. Please use pencil and not pen.
Stored numbers can include switchboard and BT
Select Services using ✱ and # buttons as well as
PAUSE and R (recall).
To change a stored number
Repeat the steps for storing a number. The new
number will replace the existing stored number.
14
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 17
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Using your Response 110
telephone
To redial the last number called
Using the R (Recall) button
REDIAL
R
• Lift the handset.
• Press the REDIAL button. The last number
you called is redialled automatically.
Using the secrecy button
During a conversation you can speak to
another person in the room without the caller
hearing you.
SECRECY
The R button can be used in conjunction with
BT’s Select Services. If you are a BT customer
connected to a digital exchange, you can
subscribe to a range of BT Select Services.
If you wish to subscribe to any of these services,
contact us on Freefone 0800 800 150 for
residential customers (8am to 8pm Monday to
Saturday) and Freefone 0800 800 152 for
business customers (8am to 8pm, Monday to
Friday and 8am to 6pm Saturday).
• Press and hold down the SECRECY button.
Your caller will not be able to hear your
voice while you talk to someone else in the
room.
• Release the SECRECY button and your caller
can hear you again.
If your Response 110 is connected to a
switchboard, the R button enables you to use
features provided by the switchboard. Ask your
communications manager or switchboard
supplier for details.
Connecting to a PBX
If you are not a BT customer, please contact
your network provider for information about
their network-based services.
Your Response 110 can be used with all
approved PBX’s. With some PBX’s, after dialling
the access number (for an outside line), you
may have to wait for a moment while the PBX
connects you to the outside line. If this is the
case, dial the access number and then press
the REDIAL/PAUSE button before dialling the
number you want.
15
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 18
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Additional features
Additional features
Remote access
You can switch on your Response 110 or play
back messages and memos from another
phone using a TouchToneTM telephone keypad.
To play back messages and memos you need
to use your machine’s security code. The code
is printed on a label on the cassette lid.
During playback, your Response 110 will pause
after approximately 3 minutes. You will hear 2
short beeps. If you wish to continue playing your
messages, enter your security code WITHIN 5
SECONDS of hearing the beeps, holding it down
for 3 seconds. If you do not, your Response 110
will hang up and rewind to the beginning of the
messages. Remember, your code must be held down
for 3 seconds. The beeps indicate a pause and will
be repeated every 3 minutes throughout the call
until the end of the messages.
16
To switch on your Response 110 from
another phone
If you forget to switch on your Response 110:
• Dial your phone number. After 10-12 rings,
your Response 110 will answer and you hear
two beeps.
• Enter your security code after the two beeps,
holding the button down for 3 seconds. You
hear a beep to indicate the number has been
accepted.
• Your outgoing message is played.
• Hang up. Your Response 110 is now
switched on.
Certain telephones and some public payphones may
not generate a continuous tone. If so we recommend
that you purchase a tone caller, these are readily
available from BT.
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 19
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Additional features
To record a new outgoing message remotely
Changing your outgoing message
A new outgoing message can only be
recorded from another phone when there are no
incoming messages saved or stored. If you have
messages, play them back as shown above and hang
up to reset the tape to the beginning.
Dial your number and let your Response 110
answer your call. Wait until you hear your
current outgoing message followed by a melody
then a beep.
• Enter your security code, holding the
•
•
•
•
•
button down for 3 seconds. You hear four
short beeps.
Enter your security code again, holding the
button down for 3 seconds. You hear two
beeps and and a melody while your
Response 110 sets the tape ready for
recording.
When you hear a single beep, record your
new outgoing message, speaking clearly into
the mouthpiece.
When you have finished recording, wait for
2 seconds and enter your security code,
holding the button down for 3 seconds.
You hear one beep and a melody then your
new outgoing message is played back to you.
Hang up. The new message is now set.
To play back your messages remotely
• Dial your phone number. Wait until your
outgoing message has finished and you hear
the beep.
• Enter your security code, holding the button
down for 3 seconds.
If you have messages:
• You hear two beeps then a melody followed
by your messages.
After the last message has been played, you
hear two beeps.
Hang up to reset the MC30 cassette to the
beginning – or you can save your messages or
replay your messages.
If you have no messages:
• You hear four short beeps, you can then
hang up.
To save your messages:
After your messages have been played, wait
until you hear the two short beeps.
• Enter your security code, holding the
button down for 3 seconds. You hear two
short beeps.
• Hang up. Your Response 110 will record
any new messages after the end of your old
messages.
17
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 20
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Additional features
To replay your messages
After your messages have been played, wait
until you hear the two short beeps.
• Enter your security code, holding
the button down for 3 seconds. You hear two
short beeps.
• Enter your security code again,
holding the button down for 3 seconds.
You hear two beeps followed by a melody
while your tape is rewinding.
• Your messages are played back to you.
You can now hang up to reset your machine, or
follow the steps above to save or replay your
messages once more.
If the MC30 cassette becomes full
Your Response 110 answers the call as normal
but your outgoing message is followed by four
beeps.
• Enter your security code, holding the button
down for 3 seconds. 2 beeps are heard
followed by the melody and a long beep.
• The MC30 cassette will be reset to the
beginning and start to play messages.
18
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 21
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Help
Help If you have any problems using your Response 110, try the
following solutions
No dialling tone
Is the line cord connected to the socket and
the telephone? Has the handset been left off
by mistake?
You dial and nothing happens
The machine cannot be operated from
another phone
You may be calling through an old-style
exchange or the phone you are using may not
be set to tone dialling.
You may be connected to an exchange
which has not been modernised. Call BT on
Freefone 0800 800 150 for information.
You may be pressing the buttons too quickly.
Set the mode switch to P (See Setting up,
page 6.)
Note: some cordless telephones or payphones
may not be compatible.
The phone does not ring
The machine won’t save messages
Check that the phone is connected to the line.
You must play back all incoming messages
before you can save them. Wait until you hear
two beeps and allow the tape to rewind before
attempting to save messages. (See Setting up
page 11.)
Are there too many other phones or fax
machines plugged in which could be
overloading the line? (See Ringer Equivalence
Number, page 22.) Have you turned the ringer
off? (See page 6.)
Check that you are using the correct security
code.
Poor sound quality
Is the answering machine switched on?
The tape may be worn out and need replacing.
You can fit only an MC30 cassette in to your
Response 110.
There is a silence on the tape in the middle
of the messages
You may have pressed the MEMO/FF button
The tape head may need cleaning.
(See Maintenance page 21.)
and recorded a ‘silent’ message.
Call screening does not appear to work
The machine doesn’t take messages.
Is the volume set too low?
19
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 22
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Help
Emergency calls
The emergency services can be contacted in the
UK by dialling 999 or 112 which is valid in any
country that is a member of the European
Community.
If your Response 110 is connected to a switchboard,
you may have to dial an access number before 999
or 112 to contact the emergency services. Some
switchboards cannot dial out during a power failure.
Customer Helpline
If you still experience problems, please call the
BT Helpline between 9.00am and 5.30pm Monday
to Friday on 0845 769 7146 (calls charged at the
local BT rate).
20
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 23
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Maintenance
Maintenance
General
• Wipe the case clean with a damp cloth.
Service
• Clean the tape heads, pinch rollers and
Within the guarantee period
capstan every few months with a proper tape
machine cleaning fluid.
• Blow any dust from the tape deck.
• Do not use spray or abrasive cleaners as
they can damage the internal components or
polished surfaces.
• Avoid areas of high humidity.
• Keep out of direct sunlight.
If you experience a problem with your
Response 110, you should contact the BT Helpline
between 9.00am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday on
0845 769 7146 (calls charged at local BT
rate). If the problem is not remedied, you will
be advised to contact your original point of
purchase.
Some suppliers offer extended warranty
schemes for cover outside the initial 12-month
period. Please ask them for details.
Outside the guarantee period
If your Response 110 is over 12 months old or
it has been accidently damaged you will have
to pay for its repair, you will need to ring
0845 304 346 who will then advise you of
how to arrange this.
21
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 24
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Technical information
Technical information
Official approval
The Response 110 is tested and approved for connection to the
UK telecommunications network, provided that it is used in
accordance with the guidelines in this booklet.
You may connect it to
• direct exchange lines;
• extensions with new plug and socket; arrangements provided
with these direct exchange lines;
• compatible PBX’s.
You may not connect it
• to shared service (party) lines;
• as an extension to a payphone.
This product is designed for UK use only.
Using it overseas may violate local laws.
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
If you connect too many telephones or other devices to your
telephone line, they may not ring correctly. To work out how
many telephones and devices can be connected to your line, add
together all the RENs of all the apparatus you wish to connect.
If this total exceeds 4, they may not ring or operate correctly.
The REN of your Response 110 and the majority of telephones in
the UK (unless otherwise marked) is 1.
If you are connecting your Response 110 to a PBX
Your Response 110 is only approved for use with compatible
PBX’s. For a list of suitable PBX’s, telephone BT on
Freefone 0800 800 154. If you do not have a compatible PBX,
the Response 110 cannot be guaranteed to operate correctly
under every possible condition of connection.
Safety advice
• Don’t install the Response 110 near a sink, bath or shower.
Electrical appliances can cause serious injury if used when
you are wet or standing in water.
• Don’t install the Response 110 where the various leads can be
tripped over, walked on or moved. This may cause injury or
damage to the leads and your Response 110.
22
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 25
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Index
Index
Adaptor
Additional features
Answer machine
switch On/Off
Call screening
Dialling numbers in the memory
Dial mode
Handset park
Help
Helpline
MC30 cassette
Memo
Messages
Outgoing messages
recording
pre-recording
checking
Receiving messages
playback
fast forward
to stop playback
rewind
record over
existing messages
save
delete
Message indicator
6
16
8
13
14
6
7
19
20
8
12
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
11
Pause
PBX
Phone socket
Power cord
Recall
Redial last number
Remote access
REN
Ringer volume
Secrecy
Service
Storing numbers in the memory
Technical information
Volume
Wall mounting
Wall-mounting template
10
15
5
6
15
15
16
22
6
15
21
14
22
9
7
25
11
11
12
10
23
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 26
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
24
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 27
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Wall mounting template
If wall mounting your Response 110, use this
guide to position two 5mm drill holes 73mm
apart (one above the other).
25
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 28
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
26
Response 110 user guide 19/1/2000 12:43 pm Page 29
Edition 9 – 10 March 1999
Offices in Europe, North America,
Japan and Asia Pacific.
The Telecommunications services described in this publication
are subject to availability and may be modified from time to time.
Services and equipment are provided subject to British
Telecommunications plc’s respective standard conditions of contract.
Nothing in this publication forms any part of any contract.
TouchToneTM is a registered trade mark of
British Telecommunications plc in the UK.
© British Telecommunications plc 1999.
Registered Office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJ.
Registered in England No. 1800000.
Printed in China. Issue No.2 (4/99).
Designed by The Art & Design Partnership Limited.
CE compliant to 89/336/EEC
(EMC Directive) & 73/23/EEC (Low
Voltage Directive)
APPROVED for connection to
telecommunication systems specified
in the instructions for use subject to
the conditions set out in them
5 0 410 3
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement