The BeoCom 2500 is an advanced telephone with

The BeoCom 2500 is an advanced telephone with a
modern and user-friendly design.
The operation and the settings of the telephone are
done by menu driven operations.
The BeoCom 2500 has built-in Caller ID capability which
allows you to see who is calling. The last 24 calls to the
telephone are stored in the Caller ID list. The numbers
can be shown in the display together with date and
time of each call. The BeoCom 2500 also supports the
Call Waiting DeLuxe service.
In the electronic Phone Book you can store up to 121
telephone numbers with names attached. It is easy to
enter numbers/names into the Phone Book as the telephone display automatically asks whether you want to
store the number after a call.
An optional module for remote volume control of Bang
& Olufsen audio and video systems can be added to the
BeoCom 2500.
INSTALLATION ↓
INSTALLATION
• Insert the three supplied batteries in the battery holder on the bottom of
the table base.
• Connect the telephone plug to the wall socket.
BATTERIES
The batteries are used for the advanced features of the telephone while the
built-in Phone Book and the settings stored are independent of power supply
from the batteries and the telephone network. Unplug the telephone wall
cord before opening the battery cover.
THE HANDSET
The telephone is provided with a magnetic switch which disconnects the call
when the handset is placed in the table base as indicated on the drawing.
Press the
button to begin a new call.
HANDSFREE
Under normal conditions the telephone can be used
handsfree. Place the handset in front of the table base
and press .
MENU OVERVIEW
A menu overview is under the lid at the rear of the
table base.
PRESET TYPE OF CALL WAITING
Before being able to use the Call Waiting
options you have to preset the relevant
type of Call Waiting according to your
subscription:
• NO CALL WAIT (default)
• BASIC CWD
• ADVANCED CWD
A Basic Call Waiting DeLuxe subscription
offers some of the Call Waiting menu
functions described in this manual. The
attached Caller ID data depends on the
subscription.
TO PRESET THE TYPE OF CALL WAITING
Press
Menu, X
MENU *
< SETUP MENU >
Press
Enter
SETUP MENU
< CALL WAITING >
Press
> until CALL WAITING is shown in the display.
CALL WAITING
Press
Enter
< NO CALL WAIT >
Press
< > to select the relevant setting.
Press
Enter
STORED
ADVANCED CWD
An Advanced Call Waiting DeLuxe subscription offers all Call Waiting menu
functions described in this manual as well
as the Caller ID data with name, number
and time (Caller ID subscription is required).
PRESET CALL WAITING
PRESET AREA CODE ↓
MAKING CALLS ↓
TO STORE YOUR AREA CODE
Store your area code followed by X or :
– X if the area code is not needed when
dialing within your own area.
–
if the area code is needed when
dialing within your own area.
TO PRESET YOUR AREA CODE
Press
Menu, X
Press
Press
Press
Enter
Press
MENU *
< SETUP MENU >
Enter
SETUP MENU
< CALL WAITING >
> until AREA CODE is shown in the display.
Enter
AREA CODE_
your area code
Enter
STORED
MAKE A CALL
Calls can be made to:
• Manually dialed phone numbers.
• Phone numbers in the Phone Book.
• Phone numbers from Redial.
• Phone numbers from Caller ID.
VOLUME
During a call you can increase or decrease
the volume of the loudspeaker.
If you want to start all calls at the same
volume please refer to PRESET VOLUME.
TO DIAL A DISPLAYED PHONE NUMBER
Lift
the handset, or press
Press
Redial to call the number
TO SET THE VOLUME DURING A CALL
Press
Press
>
<
to increase the volume.
to decrease the volume.
MICROPHONE
The microphone can be muted temporarily during a call so that you can talk to
somebody elso in the room without the
person on the telephone hearing you.
A beep signal indicates that the microphone is muted.
LOUDSPEAKER
Other people can listen to the conversation with the loudspeaker connected.
TO DISCONNECT THE MICROPHONE
Press
flashes.
TO CONNECT THE MICROPHONE
Press
TO CONNECT THE LOUDSPEAKER
Press
TO DISCONNECT THE LOUDSPEAKER
Press
is on.
DISPLAY SYMBOLS
P
S
• Programming (storing or editing a name/number in the Phone Book).
• Searching in the directory.
• Is on when the loudspeaker is connected.
• Flashes when the microphone is muted.
• Is on during an incoming call.
• Flashes when the tone ringer is disconnected.
• Flashes when the batteries are low.
Please note! The display turns off automatically when the telephone has not been used for 30 seconds.
MICROPHONE / LOUDSPEAKER
DISPLAY
KEYPAD ↓
KEYPAD FUNCTIONS
Clear
• Press Clear to delete the latest entry.
• The display shows why the indicator lamp is flashing.
• Cancel the function in progress.
• Starts editing function for numbers in the Redial and Caller ID lists.
< >
•
•
•
•
•
Menu
• Activate the menu operations/settings.
Enter
• Select the displayed menu setting/menu function.
• Store number/name.
Caller ID
• Show the contents of the Caller ID list.
Shift between menu functions.
Search the Phone Book.
Search the Redial list/the Caller ID list.
Move the cursor when editing name/number in the Phone Book.
Set the volume during a conversation.
Memory
• Search the Phone Book.
Redial
• Search the Redial list.
• Call the displayed number.
• Release pause when performing a call.
• Connect/disconnect microphone (handset off-hook).
Pause
• Insert pause in a telephone number (between the first and the second part of the telephone
number).
• Insert space when editing name/number in the Phone Book.
0 ... 9, X ,
• Dial a phone number.
• Enter a name. Letters are selected by pressing the appropriate key one, two, three or four times.
• Connect/disconnect the loudspeaker.
• Begin a new call when handset is off the hook.
• Disconnect current function and erases the display.
Flash
• Switches calls when used with Basic Call Waiting.
MAIN MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
1)
2)
3)
4)
FUNCTION
CLEAR MWI
ANSWER
FORWARD
ANNOUNCEMENT
DROP
HOLD
CONFERENCE
RETURN
DROP
CONFERENCE
DROP FIRST
DROP LAST
Clear Message Waiting Indicator (1)
Connect to the waiting party (2)
Forward the waiting party to a preset destination (2)
Connect the waiting party to an announcement (2)
Drop your talking party and connect to the waiting party (2)
Connect the waiting party to an announcement with request to hold (2)
Join the waiting party to the existing connection (2)
Alternate between the talking party and the held party(3)
Drop your talking party and connect to the held party (3)
Join the held party to the existing connection (3)
Drop your first talking party (4)
Drop your second talking party (4)
Only active when the telephone is off-line and the Message Waiting Indicator flashes.
Only active when the telephone is on-line and when there is a Call Waiting (only these menus are available).
Only active when the telephone is on-line and when a call is on Hold (only these menus are available).
Only active when the telephone is on-line and a conference is established (only these menus are available).
Please note! The menu options listed may not be available in your area. Please contact your local telephone
carrier for services offered.
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
MENU
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
X
STORE ENTRY
EDIT ENTRY
DELETE ENTRY
DELETE REDIAL
DELETE CALL ID
RINGER LEVEL
RINGER MELODY
SETUP MENU
SETUP MENU
CALL WAITING
PRESET VOLUME
AREA CODE
CONTRAST
SWITCHBOARD
FLASH TIME
DELETE & RESET
MENU SURVEY
Store a new name/number
Edit a stored name/number
Delete a stored name/number
Delete the telephone numbers in Redial
Delete the telephone numbers in the Caller ID list
Set the tone ringer level
Set the tone ringer melody
Special settings
Preset the Call Waiting DeLuxe option
Preset the volume
Store your area code
Adjust the display contrast
Store the public line prefix
Set the flash time
Delete all settings to presettings
INDICATOR LAMP ↓
THE INDICATOR LAMP
The indicator lamp on the front of the telephone flashes when one or more
functions is activated:
• Slow flashes when there are new numbers in the Caller ID list or when
there are messages waiting.
• Fast flashes when a parallel telephone is in use.
TO SEE WHY THE INDICATOR LAMP IS FLASHING
By pressing Clear one or more times
the display will show which of the
functions is activated:
Handset must be on-hook.
Press
Clear
one, two or three
times
Display reading when there are
new numbers in the Caller ID list:
CALLER ID
Please note!
• The indicator lamp will not flash
when the call has been answered
by a telephone answering
machine.
• Connection to fax machines and
some switchboards may cause the
indicator lamp to flash constantly.
Display reading when a parallel telephone is being used:
LINE BUSY
Display reading when there are
message(s) from the operator:
MESSAGE WAITING
THE TELEPHONE’S MEMORY (PHONE BOOK)
Phone numbers can be stored in the
Phone Book immediately after the call is
completed when STORE ENTRY? is
shown in the display. This way the Phone
Book can be completed gradually.
The Phone Book can store:
• Manually dialed phone numbers.
• Phone numbers from Redial.
• Phone numbers from Caller ID.
BeoCom 2500 can memorize 121 phone
numbers and names. Each name can have
up to 16 letters or characters and each
number can have up to 40 digits.
If your telephone is connected to a
switchboard we recommend you to
review the SWITCHBOARD section
before storing numbers in the Phone
Book.
TO STORE THE NUMBER AFTER A CALL
STORE ENTRY?
<number>
Press
Enter
ENTER NAME_
<number>
Enter the name (as shown
below in Entering Names)
STORED
Press
Enter
<name>:<number>
TO STORE A DISPLAYED PHONE NUMBER
Enter the phone number or
retrieve the number in the Redial list or the
Caller ID list.
ENTER NAME:
Press
Enter
<number>
Enter the name
Press
Enter
STORED
<name>:<number>
Entering names:
• Press each key repeatedly to make the
letters and digits appear.
• If two letters are on the same key: Wait
for 2 seconds or press > after the first
letter.
• Enter a space: Press Pause.
• Delete a character: Press Clear.
Cancel entry: Press and hold Clear until
the display is off.
When there is no space left in the directory the display shows
*****FULL*****.
An existing phone number must be deleted before a new number can be stored.
MEMORY (PHONE BOOK)
SEARCH THE PHONE BOOK ↓
EDIT THE PHONE BOOK ↓
SEARCH THE PHONE BOOK – MAKING A CALL
TO SEARCH IN THE PHONE BOOK WITH HANDSET ON HOOK
Entries in the Phone Book are arranged
Press
as follows:
> to search forward.
• Numbers without names
Press
< to search backward.
• Names starting with & - . /
• Names starting with numbers
(Ex. 1 Stop Shop)
• Names arranged alphabetically (Ä Ö Ü
TO SEARCH BY LETTER
Æ Ø Å at the end).
Press
Memory
ENTER LETTER_
S
• Under each letter the last called
name/number is placed first, the
Press
the first letter of the
The first name with the entered
second-last called name/number in the
name
letter is shown in the display.
2nd spot etc.
Press
>
Search forward until the name/
If a number exceeds 16 characters only
number is shown.
the first 15 characters are shown. The
symbol > is shown last.
Lift
the handset, or press
Press
Redial to call the number
EDIT
You edit an entry in the Phone Book
when you:
• add a character.
• write over a character.
• delete a character with Clear.
• insert a space with Pause.
Exit editing:
Press and hold Clear until the display is
off.
TO EDIT A NAME AND NUMBER IN THE PHONE BOOK
Locate the desired entry using the Search the Phone Book
instructions.
Press
Menu, 2
MENU 2
< EDIT ENTRY >
Press
Enter
Move the cursor with < > to the place you want to edit.
Edit the name and number
Press
Enter
STORED
<name>:<number>
S
DELETE
Exit deleting:
Press
Clear
TO DELETE A NAME AND NUMBER IN THE PHONE BOOK
Locate the desired entry using the Search the Phone Book instructions.
Press
Menu, 3
MENU 3
< DELETE ENTRY >
Press
Enter
DELETE ENTRY?
<name>:<number>
Press
Enter
DELETED
<name>:<number>
S
The entry is now deleted and the next name and number in the
Phone Book is now displayed.
CALLER ID (subscription only)
BeoCom 2500 supports Caller ID which is
available in two options:
Caller ID with number
The phone number of the incoming calls
are received immediately after the first
ring. If the number is stored in the telephone’s electronic Phone Book, you will
see the name you have attached to the
number.
TO SEARCH THE CALLER ID LIST – MAKE A CALL
Press
Press
Lift
Press
Caller ID
<number>
< > to search the number in the Caller ID list
the handset, or press
Redial to call the number
New/unread Caller ID numbers and Message Waiting numbers
are marked with a X in the display.
Caller ID with number and name
The phone numbers of the incoming calls
are received immediately after the first
ring. If the number is stored in the telephone’s electronic Phone Book, you will
see the name you have attached to the
number. If the number has not been stored in the Phone Book, the name will be
transmitted by your telephone company.
DELETE THE PHONE BOOK
CALLER ID
Functionality
The last 24 calls are stored in the Caller
ID list. The indicator lamp flashes when
there have been unanswered calls. The
numbers can be shown in the display
and, if supported by the telephone
company, also date and time of the call.
If there have been several calls from the
same number, the display shows the time
and date of the most recent call received.
At the same time, the number of calls
from the number is shown (max. 9).
In some cases the Caller ID is not available. In those cases, the
telephone company transmits information codes which appear
in the display in the following way:
Display reading in cases of
technical limitations:
OUT OF AREA
Display reading when the call is
from a restricted number:
PRIVATE CALL
Telephone numbers from the Caller ID list
can be stored in the telephone’s directory. You may need to edit the number
before storing, as the area code may not
be needed or a 1 may be needed to dial
long distance.
Please see MEMORY (PHONE BOOK) for
storing.
Display reading when no number
has been transferred:
UNAVAILABLE
Please note! Caller ID is normally not possible when the telephone is connected to
a switchboard.
TO DELETE NUMBERS IN THE CALLER ID LIST
Press
Menu, 5
MENU 5
<
CALLER ID >
Press
Enter
DELETE CALL ID?
Press
Enter
DELETED
CALLER ID
Please note! All numbers in the Caller ID list are deleted.
REDIAL
BeoCom 2500 memorizes the last 24
phone numbers dialed from the telephone.
Numbers in Redial can be stored in the
Phone Book. See MEMORY (PHONE
BOOK).
As a safety precaution while using a telephone service the digits pressed after X
and
are not stored in Redial.
TO SEARCH THE REDIAL LIST WITH HANDSET ON-HOOK
Press
Redial
Press
< >, or Redial to search the number in the Redial list
Lift
the handset, or press
Press
Redial to call the number
TO SEARCH THE REDIAL LIST WITH HANDSET OFF-HOOK
Press
and hold the
key
Press
Redial to search the number
Release
Press
Redial to call the number
TO EDIT AND CALL A REDIAL NUMBER
Press
Redial one or more times to find the number
Press
Clear
number
Press
< > to find the digit you want to edit
Edit
the number
Lift
the handset
TO DELETE NUMBERS IN REDIAL
MENU 4
Press
Menu, 4
< DELETE REDIAL>
Press
Enter
DELETE REDIAL?
Press
Enter
DELETED
REDIAL
Please note! All numbers in Redial are deleted.
REDIAL
CALL WAITING ↓
CALL ON HOLD ↓
CALL WAITING
BeoCom 2500 supports the Call Waiting
DeLuxe service. Before being able to use
the Call Waiting options mentioned
below you have to preset the relevant
type of Call Waiting according to your
subscription. Please refer to PRESET CALL
WAITING in this manual.
TO HANDLE A SECOND CALL
Press
Press
<>
Enter
to select the option of your choice.
PARKED
name:number
When a second party calls, you will hear
a beep in the handset. At the same time
you will see the phone number (+ name
if stored) in the display.
You now have the following options:
• ANSWER
(hold call A – change to call B)
• FORWARD
(forward call B to another phone number – continue call A)
• ANNOUNCEMENT (connect call B to an announcement – continue call A)
• DROP
(end call A – change to call B)
• HOLD
(connect call B to an announcement with request to hold – continue call A)
• CONFERENCE
(make a 3-way call with A and B)
The Flash key allows switching between calls with the Basic Call Waiting function. It is also used to
make a 3-way call with the Advanced Call Waiting service.
CALL ON HOLD
When you have set a call on hold, you
have the following options:
• RETURN
(alternate between A and B)
• DROP
(end call A – change to call B)
• CONFERENCE
(make a 3-way call with A and B)
CONFERENCE
When you are on a 3-way call you have
the following options:
• DROP FIRST
(end call A – continue call B)
• DROP LAST
(end call B – continue call A)
TO HANDLE A CALL ON HOLD
Press
Menu
Press
Press
name
< PARK & CHANGE>
< > to select the option of your choice.
PARKED
Enter
name:number
TO HANDLE A 3-WAY CALL
Press
Menu
Press
Press
<>
Enter
name
to select the option of your choice.
MESSAGE WAITING (subscription only)
With a Message Waiting subscription it is
possible for people to leave a message
with an answering service when your line
is busy or you are not able to answer the
phone.
TO CLEAR THE MESSAGE WAITING INDICATOR
(THE FLASHING INDICATOR LAMP)
Press
Menu
CLEAR MWI?
Press
Enter
Press
When there are new messages, the indicator lamp flashes, and the phone number of the mailbox is stored in the Caller
ID list.
The Message Waiting Indicator is shown
in the display as MWI.
Normally, after you have listened to the
messages, the Message Waiting Indicator
will be cleared automatically from the
answering service. If this fails, you may
clear the indicator lamp manually:
Enter
DELETED
MESSAGE WAITING
TONE RINGER
The tone ringer can be set in four levels:
• LOW
• MEDIUM
• LOUD
• OFF
While setting, the levels are audible
when
is pressed in advance.
The tone ringer has eight melodies:
• SLOW
1...4
• FAST
1...4
While setting the tones, pressing
in
advance enables you to hear the tones.
MESSAGE WAITING
TO SET THE TONE RINGER LEVEL
Press
Menu, 6
MENU 6
< RINGER LEVEL >
Press
Enter
RINGER LEVEL
<
LOUD
>
Press
< > to select the setting of your choice.
Press
Enter
STORED
MEDIUM
TO SET THE TONE RINGER MELODY
Press
Menu, 7
MENU 7
< RINGER MELODY>
Press
Enter
RINGER MELODY
<
SLOW 1
>
< > to select the setting of your choice.
Press
Press
Enter
STORED
FAST 2
TONE RINGER
PAUSE ↓
USING THE PAUSE BUTTON
If, when dialing a number, it is necessary
to wait for a new dial tone before dialing the 2nd part of the number, a pause
must be inserted.
The pause must be included when entering numbers in the Phone Book.
A new dial tone may be needed by telephone services and numbers with an
extension.
TO STORE WITH ONE PAUSE
Press
Menu
Press
Enter
Press
Enter
Press
Enter
Press
Enter
the 1st part of the
phone number
Pause
the 2nd part of the
phone number
Enter
the name
Enter
MENU 1
< STORE ENTRY >
FREE ENTRIES:121
ENTER NUMBER_
ENTER NAME_
<number>
STORED
<name>:<number>
P
P
S
TO DIAL WITH A STORED PAUSE
With a phone number from the directory or Redial displayed
Lift
the handset or press
Press
Redial (the 1st part of the phone number is transmitted)
Wait
for the dial tone
Press
Redial (the 2nd part of the number is transmitted)
If two or more pauses are stored, the
extension number is transmitted automatically.
Press Pause twice and you obtain a one
second’s pause. Each additional press on
Pause adds a one second’s pause.
Display with one pause:
Display with two pauses:
=
You may need to experiment to get the
correct pause length for your service. This
delay may also vary from call to call.
PRESET VOLUME
The telephone can be preset to start all
calls at the same volume:
TO PRESET THE VOLUME
Press
Menu, X
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
MENU *
< SETUP MENU
>
SETUP MENU
Enter
< CALL WAITING >
> until PRESET VOLUME is shown in the display.
Enter
PRESET VOLUME
<
OFF
>
< > until ON is shown in the display.
Enter
PRESET VOLUME
<
========
>
< > to select the volume of your choice.
Enter
STORED
<
========
>
TO ADJUST THE DISPLAY CONTRAST
TO ADJUST THE DISPLAY CONTRAST
Press
Menu, X
MENU *
< SETUP MENU
Press
Enter
SETUP MENU
< CALL WAITING
Press
> until CONTRAST is shown in the display.
Press
Enter
CONTRAST
<
========
Press
< > to select the setting of your choice.
Press
Enter
STORED
<
========
PRESET VOLUME
DISPLAY CONTRAST
>
>
>
>
SWITCHBOARD ↓
SWITCHBOARD
If your BeoCom 2500 is connected to a
switchboard you have to store the
switchboard code in order to ensure
correct function of the operator code.
As well, it is often necessary to enter a
pause between the switchboard code and
the telephone number.
BeoCom 2500 inserts this pause automatically when it is once stored into the
telephone together with the switchboard
code.
If the R-button is used for recalls subsequent key entries will not be stored for
redialing.
TO STORE THE SWITCHBOARD CODE
Press
Menu, X
MENU *
< SETUP MENU >
Press
Enter
SETUP MENU
< CALL WAITING >
> until SWITCHBOARD is shown in the display.
Press
Press
Enter
SWITCHBOARD
<
NO
>
Press
< > until YES is shown in the display.
Press
Enter
SWITCHBOARD
CODE:_
Enter the code
Press
Enter
PAUSE
<
WAIT
>
Press
< > to select the pause required.*)
Press
Enter
STORED
SWITCHBOARD
*) The pause between the
prefix and the telephone
number can be set from one
to twelve seconds or you can
enter a stop (WAIT or NO
DELAY).
TO DELETE THE STORED SWITCHBOARD CODE
Press
Menu, X
MENU *
< SETUP MENU >
Press
Enter
SETUP MENU
< CALL WAITING >
Press
> until SWITCHBOARD is shown in the display.
Press
Enter
SWITCHBOARD
<
YES
>
Press
< > until NO is shown in the display.
Press
Enter
STORED
<
NO
>
SET THE FLASH TIME (TIMED LOOP BREAK)
The correct flash time depends on the
type of operator, and is normally preset
from the factory.
• 100 milliseconds
• 270 milliseconds
• 400 milliseconds
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
DELETE AND RESET
This function deletes all numbers and
names in the directory and all stored
settings will go back to the presettings.
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Menu, X
MENU *
< SETUP MENU >
Enter
SETUP MENU
< CALL WAITING >
> until FLASH TIME is shown in the display.
Enter
FLASH TIME
<
100 MSEC
>
< > to select the setting of your choice.
Enter
STORED
270 MSEC
Menu, X
MENU *
< SETUP MENU >
Enter
SETUP MENU
< CALL WAITING >
> until DELETE & RESET is shown in the display.
Enter
DELETE & RESET
<
NO
>
< > to select the function of your choice.
Enter
SETUP MENU
DELETE & RESET
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
LOCATION AND CLEANING
Do not place the telephone in a dusty or
dirty room. Do not expose the telephone
to excessive moisture.
DATA
Power supply
To clean the telephone use a soft cloth
tipped in water containing a few drops
of mild detergent.
Ambient temperature
SPECIAL SETTINGS
TECHNICAL INFO
from the telephone
network
3 x 1.5 V type AAA
Batteries
Relative humidity
the telephone
the display
-25°C to +55°C
0°C to +55°C
15% to 95%
TROUBLE SHOOTING ↓
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Possible cause
Correction
The batteries are low.
Insert new batteries.
The ringer does not work.
The ringer is switched off.
Switch the ringer on.
Redialing does not work.
• The prefix is not stored
(switchboard).
• A pause between 1st and 2nd
part of the phone number has
not been stored.
• See SWITCHBOARD.
• You have not subscribed to the
Caller ID service.
• The batteries have not been
inserted, have been incorrectly
inserted, or are dead.
• Contact your telephone company
to subscribe.
• Check that the batteries have
been correctly inserted and are
not dead.
Symptoms
The display shows a flashing
.
Caller ID and other special functions do not work.
• See USING THE PAUSE BUTTON.
FCC REGULATIONS
This equipment complies with part
68 of the FCC rules. On the cord of
this equipment is a label that contains, among other things, the FCC
Registration Number and Ringer
Equivalence Number (REN) for this
equipment. If requested, this information must be given to the telephone company.
The REN is useful to determine the
quantity of devices you may connect
to your telephone line and still have
all of those devices ring when your
telephone number is called. In most
but not all areas, the sum of all RENs
of all devices connected to one line
should not exceed five (5.0). To be
certain of the number of devices you
may connect to your line, as determined by the REN, you should contact your local telephone company
to determine the maximum REN for
your calling area. If your telephone
equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may discontinue your service
temporarily. If possible, they will
notify you in advance. But if advance
notice is not practical, you will be
notified as soon as possible. You will
be informed of your right to file a
complaint with the FCC.
Your telephone company may make
changes in its facilities, equipment,
operations or procedures that could
effect the proper functioning of
your equipment. If they do, you will
be notified in advance to give you
an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted telephone service.
If you experience trouble with this
telephone equipment, please contact this address for information on
obtaining service or repairs:
The telephone company may ask
you to disconnect this equipment
from the network until the problem
has been corrected or until you are
sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning. You are prohibited
from directly connecting the telephone to coin operated telephone
services. You may not be able to
connect to party line services. Check
with your telephone company for
state regulations.
BANG & OLUFSEN OF AMERICA INC.
1200 Business Center Drive
Mt. Prospect
Ill.60056
Phone 847 299 9380
Hearing aid compatibility:
This telephone is Hearing Aid Compatible
Dear Customer,
Your needs as the user of our products are always given careful consideration during the design and
development process, and we strive to make our products easy and comfortable to operate.
We hope that you will take time to drop us a line, telling us about your experiences with your Bang &
Olufsen telephone. Anything which you consider important – positive or negative – may help us in
our constant efforts to refine our telephones.
Please write to:
Bang & Olufsen Telecom a/s
Customers’s Support
Kjeldsmarkvej 1
7600 Struer
Denmark
or fax to:
Bang & Olufsen Telecom a/s
Customers’ Support
+45 96 84 44 01
or send an e-mail to:
telecom@bang-olufsen.dk
www.bang-olufsen.com
3500750 08-99
Patent Pending
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