Panasonic KXT4036E Operating Instructions

Panasonic KXT4036E Operating Instructions
Panasonic
CORDLESS PHONE
MODEL NO. KX-T4036 E
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Please read before use.
= Charge the battery for about 10 hours before Initial use. |
Important information =e ————————
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* APPROVED for connection
to telecommamicáfion systems
- specified in he instructions for
use sulifect to the conditions
set out in them.
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Do not connect the AC adaptor to
any AC outlet other than the
standard AC 230-240 Y. 50 Hz.
eOutiet voltage DC 13.5 Y,
400 MA
e The apparatus is approved for
use with the KX-A11DBE or
KX-A311E via KX-A91E power
supply.
sCAUTION: Do not remove
cover. Live parts inside.
This apparatus has been
approved for the use of the
following facilities:
1) Storage of telephone
numbers for retrieval by a
predetermined code
2} Last number redial
3) Simple telephone facility
4} PBX earth register recall
PBX timed break register
recall
8) MF signalling
5) LD signalling
7) Mercury dialing compatibility
8) 1way paging
Any other usage will invalidate
the approval cf the apparatus if
as a resuit, it then ceases to
conform to the standards against
which approval was granted.
Ringer Equivalence Number
(REN):
This relates to the performance
of the apparatus when used in
combination with other items of
apparatus. lt enables the
calculation of the maximum
number of tems of apparatus
that may be connected
simultaneously to the line by
summing the REN values of each
tem. A BT supplied instrument
has a REN value of 1 uniess
otherwise marked. A maximum
REN value of 4 should not be
exceeded. The REN value of this
apparatus 1s 1.
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This ts connected to the
exchange line ar PABX/PMBX
(Private Automatic/Manual
Branch Exchange} extension by
the new standard British Telecom
plug and socket. Arrangements
for provision of this type of
termination can be made through
the nearest British Telecom
Sales Office. The apparatus may
be connected to the following
types of installation. The
apparatus has been approved for
use under the following
conditions:
a) This apparatus may be used
on telecommunication
systems employing LD and
MF signalling. It is suitable for
connection to a direct
exchange line on the PSTN
(Public Switched Telephone
Network) or via a compatible
PBX (Private Branch
Exchange). (Contact the
supplier for an up to date list
of compatible PBX's.}
b) This apparatus 15 not suitable
as an extension to a
payphone or tor use on a
party line with shared service.
This cordiess telephone has
been designed to operate on
radio frequencies which have
been assigned to the exclusive
use of cordless telephones. As
the use of cordless telephones
becomes more widespread users
may experience a reduction in
the quality of service obtainable
from this apparatus.
You may receive some
interference on domestic radio
receivers because the cordless
telephone transmission is around
1.7 MHz.
There is a possibility of
occurrence of overhearing
between cordless telephones
operating on the same radio
channel. And such interference
may increase with greater usage
of cordless telephones.
999 or 112 can be dialled on the
apparatus for the purposes of
making outgoing calls to the BT
Emergency (999 or 112) Service.
KX-T4036E
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73/23/EEC
89/336/EEC
92/31/EEC
93/68/TEC
WARNING:
The apparatus may be unable to
make emergency 999 or 112
telephone calls, under certain
conditions, e.g.
e Radio interference caused by
another cordless telephone
operating on the same radio
frequency.
eThe portable handset battery
needs recharging. or has failed.
e The base unit back-up batteries
are exhausted. With the
batteries in good condition the
base unit will be able to operate
without mains power for at least
seven hours, including one hour
in the TALK mode.
e The portable handset cannot be
used while charging.
Any cases of difficuity shouid be
referred in the first instance to
the supplier of the apparatus.
NOTE:
if vou experience any problems
with the normal use of your
apparatus, you should unplug it
from the telephone outlet and
connect a known working
telephone in its place. If the
known working telephone still
gives problems, then call British
Telecom Engineers. If it operates
properly, then the problem is
likely to be a fault in your
apparatus. in this case, contact
your supplier for advice. British
Telecom will charge you if they
attend a service call that is not
due to apparatus supplied by
them,
Contents
Important information... ...................... 2
Locationofcontrols ........ LL. 5
Installation ............... i... 7
Batterycharge ........... LoL. 9
Operatingrangeandnoise ................... 10
Settingthe selectors .......... .............. 11
Making/Answeringcalls ...................... 12
Automatic diallitg 040201414120 13
Paging the handset from the base unit .......... 14
The Mercury Residential Service ............... 15
Other features ................ ............. 18
Wall mounting ........... —..acrerrrervacrre. 19
Battery replacement . ............ LL. 20
Troubleshooting guide . .......... ........... 21
Connection to another telephone .............. 22
Safety instructions ........._— ee... mex a... 23
Location of controls
Handset
Aerial
CH (Channel)
Button (p. 12)
|
TALK Button and
[Indicator (p. 12)
RECALL Button
(p. 18)
REDIAL Button
(p. 12)
POWER/RINGER
Switch (p. 12)
1. BATT (Battery) LOW
PROGRAM Indicator
(p. 9)
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(р. 18) — / VE [ \— PROGRAM
Button (p. 13)
TONE Button
(p. 18)
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MERCURY |
Button (p. 15) |
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AUTO Button —— — ——~Charge Contacts
(p. 13) (p. 9)
Base unit
Aerial (p. 10) ——
Wire Aerial (p. 8)
CHARGE Indicator
(Pp. 9)
IN USE Indicator
(p. 14)
Selector (p. 11)
RECALL Seiector
(р. 11)
PAGE Button (p. 14)
Charge Contacts (p. 9)
Check the accessories
J AC Adaptor : ] Battery Box í] Wall Mounting
(KX-A11DBE or (KX-AQ1E) Adaptor
KX-A311E)
one one
installation
Connection | Fasten the cord to the hook. |
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Wire aerial (see page 8)
DC IN Jack
DC Miniplug
To Mains Qutlet
| Battery Box (AC 230-240 V. 50 Hz)
| 78
| DC Miniplug
To B.T. Socket
—
Notes:
— USE ONLY Panasonic AC ADAPTOR KX-A11DBE OR
KX-AS11E VIA BATTERY BOX KX-A91E. These must remain
connected at all times.
—The AC adaptor may feel warm durmg use. This is normal.
—If you connect a reserve telephone on the same line, see
page 22.
CONNECTION OF POWER SUPPLY
This apparatus is intended for use when powered by the
KX-A11DBE or KX-A311E via KX-A91E. Using other power
supplies will invalidate any approval given to this apparatus.
— 7 —
To install wire aerial
The base unit has a wire aerial and a telescopic one.
The wire aerial is used to transmit sounds to the handset while
the {elescopic aerial is used to
receive them from the handset. —
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Uncoil the wire aerial to its full
extent and fix its end at the highest
position in your room. Avoid metal
objects such as window frames for
best performance.
Note:
-—-Do not cut the wire aerial or connect other wires.
Battery installation into the Battery box
Installing eight optional batteries (AA, Нб or UM-3 size) into the
Battery box enables you to operate the unit during a power
failure. You can use the unit for up to about 1 hour when new
batteries are installed.
(4 Loosen the screw and > ( 2 insert the batteries in the proper
open the battery | order as indicated, matching the
compartment. correct polarity.
a —When you finish, close the
cover and tighten the screw.
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Battery precautions:
The batteries should be used correctly. otherwise, the unit may
be damaged due to battery leakage.
—Do not mix old. new or different types of batteries.
—Do not charge, short-circuit, disassemble, heat or dispose in
fire,
— Do not use Nickel-Cadmium batteries.
—Please renew the batteries annually as a matter of routine.
—Afier a power failure has taken place, you should replace the
batteries with new ones.
— Battery life depends on operating temperature and quality of
batteries.
-8—
Battery charge
To power the handset, charge the battery before initial use.
Place the handset on the base unit for about 10 hours. The base
unit must be connected to the mains for the handset to charge.
| —The CHARGE indicator lights.
The battery ! —The battery cannot be
is beneath > overcharged.
this cover. sg, —Once the battery is fully
charged, you do not have to
place the handset on the base
unit until the BATT LOW/
PROGRAM indicator flashes.
Note:
-—Clean the charge contacts with a soft cloth once a month, or
the battery may not charge properly.
Recharge the battery when the | puisse mea |
BATT LOW/PROGRAM indicator = IN
flashes or beep tones sound every | == | |
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15 seconds during a conversation. : 7
BATT LOW/PROGRAM
Indicator
E Standard battery life
If your Panasonic battery is fully charged, the expected usage
time is:
While the phone is in use (TALK) Up to about 7 hours
While the phone is not use (Stand-by) Up to 14 days
Battery life may vary depending on actual use and ambient
temperature.
Operating range and noise
Calls are transmitted between the base unit and the handset
using wireless radio waves. The range of operation depends on
the construction of your home, weather or usage conditions.
Normally you may get a longer range outdoors than indoors.
Obstacles such as metal shelves or cement-iron walls may
shorten the operating range.
Electrical appliances such as a personal computer or TV might
interfere with the telephone conversation or shorten the operating
range. In this case, keep the base unit, telephone line cord or AC
adaptor cord away from electrical appliances.
For maximum range, it is best to place the base unit at a HIGH
and CENTRAL location of the house, with no obstructions or
interference from electrical appliances. Extend the aeriais of the
base unit for best reception.
Away from such as a
personal computer er TV.
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Place the base unitata
HIGH and CENTRAL
location of the house.
- 10 —
Setting the selectors
(1) DIALLING MODE Selector
DIALLING MODE
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pursed Lone
Set to TONE” when your
telephone line has touch tone
service. If it has rotary service, set
to "PULSE".
You can ascertain which type of local BT exchange you are
connected to using the following procedure.
1. Ensure that the DIALLING MODE selector is set to "TONE".
. Press TALK, then identify the dial tone.
2
3. Dial a number you are familiar with.
4
. If the call is successful, you are connected to a Tone
exchange, therefore leave the DIALLING MODE selector on
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If the call is not successful, you are connected to a Pulse
exchange. Therefore, switch the DIALLING MODE selector
back to “PULSE”.
(2) RECALL Selector
RECALL
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Set Io "T BR" if the unit is to be
connected directly to an
exchange line. If the unit is to be
connected via a PBX
(switchboard) then you may need
to switch to “E RE”. If. you are in
any doubt, then please contact
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supplier for advice.
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Making/Answering calls
Making calls
1 Press TALK to
get dial tone. 3 To hang up.
The indicator press TALK or
lights. place the
handset on the
base unit.
2 Dial a phone
The indicator
number.
light goes out.
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Set to “ON”, or
the handset will
not operate or
ring.
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Note:
—If alarm tone sounds when you press TALK, move toward the
base unit or place the handset on the base unit. Then try again.
HB To redial
Press TALK to get dial tone, then press REDIAL. The last dialled
i tama
TIA
E If noise interferes with conversation
Press CH to select another of the 6 available channels.
—If the handset user is too far from the base unit, the CH button
may not function fully. Move toward the base unit.
Answering calls
If the handset is off the base unit, press TALK.
If the handset is on the base unit, just lift it.
— 12 —
Automatic dialling
The dialling buttons (0 through 9) function as memory locations.
A 16-digit phone number can be stored in each location.
To store phone numbers in memory
Make sure that the TALK indicator light is off.
1 Press PROGRAM.
—The BATT LOW/PROGRAM indicator lights to show the
unit is in the programming mode.
2 Enter a phone number up to 16 digits.
—l|f you misdial, press PROGRAM to end the programming.
then start from step 1.
3 Press AUTO.
4 Press a memory location number (0 through 9).
—The phone number is stored there.
—To store other numbers, repeat steps 1 through 4.
HE To confirm a stored number
Store the phone number again in the same memory location.
If you hear 2 beeps, the newly stored number is the same as the
previously stored one. If you hear 1 beep, the number is different.
E To erase a stored number
1. Press PROGRAM, then AUTO.
2. Press the memory location of the phone number to be erased.
Pull out the memory card and write down the names or phone
numbers associated with automatic dialling.
Memory Card
— 13 --
To dial a stored number from memory
1 Press TALK to get dial tone.
2 Press AUTO.
3 Press the memory location number (0 through 9).
— The stored number is dialled automatically.
Paging the handset from
the base unit
The base unit user can page the handset user by alerting him/her
with beep tones. This feature also helps you to find the handset if
you misplace it.
Press PAGE,
— The IN USE indicator flashes and
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the handset beeps.
—To stop paging, press PAGE again.
IN USE Indicator
PAGE Button
Helpful hint:
—The handset user can acknowledge receiving the page by
pressing the TALK button. The TALK indicator light is on and
the handset stops beeping. The IN USE indicator on the base
unit turns from flashing to a steady light. To hang up the
phone, press the TALK button again. The IN USE indicator
light goes out.
— 14 —
The Mercury Residential Service —
Mercury's Residential Service is a highly competitive telephone
service for the residential and smali business user.
Most UK long distance and international calls are cheaper over
Mercury, especially in the Economy period.
Mercury calls are rounded to the second, and charged to the
nearest tenth of a penny. You will also receive fully itemized hills.
Mercury Customer Services are available 24 hours a day to
provide the highest [evel of customer service.
There are two ways to access Mercury, the Residential 132
Service and the Mercury PIN Codes Service. You can find out
the best method for you by calling Mercury Customer Services
on FreeCall 0500-500 194 (24 hours). Most homes and
businesses are now able to access the Mercury network via their
existing BT line, Mercury Customer Services will be able to check
whether Mercury is available in your area.
All Mercury’s charges and tariffs are the same for both methods
of accessing Mercury—the only difference is how you connect to
the Mercury network.
For Residential 132 Service customers
Once you have become a Mercury Residential 132 customer,
you simply dial 132 before a long distance or international call to
send it over the Mercury network.
The MERCURY button on your unit comes with the digits
“132” pre-stored in it.
To check that you have access to Mercury, press the TALK
button, wait for the dial tone, press the MERCURY button, and
dial 139. This call is free of charoe, Yon should be connected to
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a recorded message welcoming you to the Mercury network. If
you have any difficulties, please contact Mercury Customer
Services (Fault Reporting) on FreeCall 0500-500 193 (24 hours).
To send your long distance and international calls over Mercury,
press the MERCURY bution before the STD code and telephone
number of the person you are calling.
- 15 —
For Mercury PIN Codes Service customers
After you apply for Mercury PIN Codes Service you will receive a
Mercury PIN code in two separate parts. The PIN code, which is
similar to a bank PIN number, identifies you as a Mercury
customer and will need to be stored in the unit's memory using
the MERCURY button.
E Programming the MERCURY button
Before programming your unit with the Mercury PIN code;
1} You must ascertain which type of local BT exchange you are
connected (p. 11).
2) Reset the Mercury stations memory (p. 17).
Ensure that the unit Is plugged into the BT socket.
1 Press PROGRAM.
—The BATT LOW/PROGRAM indicator lights to show the
unit is in the programming mode.
2 Press MERCURY.
3 Dial 131.
4
If you are connected to a Tone exchange;
Press PAUSE once (twice if programming proves
unsuccessful).
OR
If you are connected to a Pulse exchange;
Press x (TONE), then press PAUSE once.
& Enter the digits of the Mercury PIN code (part 1 then part 2).
—To correct an error while programming, press PROGRAM,
then proceed from step 1 again.
O Press AUTO to store the program into memory.
Note:
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—if programming proves unsuccessful res Ne Mercury
memory as described on page 17 then re-program the
memory from step 1.
To check if the PIN code has been programmed correctly, press
the TALK button, wait for the dialling tone, and press the
MERCURY button (followed by 2 or 3 digit Cost Centre Code” if
applicable) and dial 1500. This call is free of charge. During
connection you will hear a series of short beeps. This is the
Mercury dial tone. After a few seconds you should be connected
to a recorded message welcoming you to the Mercury network. If
you have any difficulties, please contact Mercury Customer
Services on FreeCall 0500-500 193 (24 hours). ("Cost Centre
Code: see page 17.)
— 16 —
B Confirming the Mercury station’s memory
Store the Mercury code you want to confirm in the Mercury
button. If you hear 1 beep, the code is newiy stored in the
memory. If you hear 2 beeps, the code is same as previously
stored one. If you hear 6 beeps, the code is different from
previously stored one. To store the code newly, reset the
Mercury memory, then reprogram.
Making a call via Mercury
| Press TALK to get dial tone.
2? Press MERCURY.
— A series of short beeps will be heard.
3 Dial the chosen Cost Centre Code” (any 2 or 3 digit number
except 112 or 999) 1f applicable (see below).
A Dial either the phone number required, or automatic dia!
memory.
Please note that Cost Centre Codes are not currently
available with Residential 132 Service.
"Cost Centre Codes
Cost Centre Codes are selectable on your Mercury order form.
By keying in a code number (either 2 or 3 digits) before dialling
each and every Mercury call, businesses can allocate calls ta
different jobs, or residential users can see who is responsible for
each call.
Resetting the Mercury memory (Returning to
Residential 132 Service}
If you want to change your Mercury code to a new one or if you
need to send your telephone away for repair, you must reset the
Mercury memory using the following procedure.
1 Press PROGRAM.
—The BATT LOW/PROGRAM indicator lights to show the
unit is in the programming mode.
2 Press MERCURY.
3 Press AUTO.
—The Mercury memory is reset to 132 (Residential 132
Services). You can store a new Mercury code (see
page 16).
— 17 —
Other features
For PBX users
If your unit is connected to a PBX, you need to dial an access
number (usually 9) to get an outside line. In this case, inserting a
pause between ihe access number and the phone number is
necessary, especially when redialling or storing the number in
memory. Pressing PAUSE once causes a 3.5-second pause.
Temporary tone dialling
if your line has rotary service, pressing TONE (3) allows you to
change the dialling mode temporarily to tone. You can dial the
numbers or codes needed ta operate an answering system, to
use electronic banking services or other special services. When
you hang up, the dialling mode returns to pulse automatically.
Automatic security code setting
Whenever you place the handset on the base unit, the unit
automatically selects one of 60,000 security codes. This code
helps to avoid unauthorized use of your telephone line by
another cordiess telephone in your area.
Using the recali feature
The RECALL button is used to access special telephone services
(optional) such as call waiting. Contact your telephone company
business office for details.
cxample: British Telecom call waiting
1. Ensure that you have set the RECALL selector to “7 BR".
2. When the call waiting tone is heard during a conversation,
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3. When dial tone is heard, dial 2.
The first cali is put on hold and you can have a conversation
with the second party.
4. To keep the present call and return to the first call:
Press RECALL, then dial 2.
To hang up the first call:
Press RECALL, then dial 0.
To hang up the present call and return to the first call:
Press RECALL, then dial 1.
If your unit is connected to a PBX. pressing RECALL allows you
to access some features of your host PBX such as transferring
an extension call.
— 18 —
This unit can be wall mounted on a wall using screws and
washers together with suitable wall fixings, if required.
1 FP Remove the handset guide from
EZ the base unit (7) then turn over
К (7) and repiace it with the tab
upward (3).
Tuck the telephone line cord
inside the wall mounting adaptor.
Insert the tabs of the adaptor into
the openings of the unit, then
push it in the direction of the
arrow. “UP” should face upward.
Install screws and washers using
the wall template indicated on this
page.
ı 8.5 cm
: 1 Connect the telephone line cord
to B.T. socket, then mount the
unit securely on the screws as
shown.
= To B.T. Socket
To charge the battery:
Place the handset as shown.
—The CHARGE indicator lights.
—The handset cannot ha
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mounted on the base unit with
the dialling buttons facing
upward,
Note:
—The battery continues to charge in the wall mount position.
It cannot be overcharged.
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Battery replacement
Replace the battery with a new one if the BATT LOW/PROGRAM
indicator flashes after a few telephone calls. even when the
battery has been charged for 10 hours.
1 POWERRINGER Set the POWER/RINGER switch
on the handset to “OFF”. in order
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to prevent memory loss.
и Remove the battery compartment
cover.
3 Replace the battery.
—When you finish, close the
cover and set the POWER/
RINGER switch to “ON”,
— Complete the replacement
within 5 minutes, or memory
may be lost.
Notes:
—Please only use a Panasonic KX-A36A battery.
— Remember to charge the battery for about 10 hours after
battery replacement.
— At the end of its useful life, the nickel-cadmium battery must be
disnnsed of nronerly
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— 20 —
Troubleshooting guide
The unit does not work.
—The connection of the unit
was made improperly (p. 7).
—The handset has become
discharged. Recharge the
battery (p. 9).
— The security codes in the
handset and the base unit
are not the same. Place the
handset on the base unit.
— Connect your unit to the
main (first) socket in your
premises. If it operates
correctly then there is a
fault in your extension
wiring, if it still fails to ring
then contact your supplier
for advice.
The unit stops working
during operation.
— Disconnect the AC adaptor
and set the POWER/
RINGER switch to “OFF” to
reset. Reconnect the AC
adaptor and set the switch
to “ON”, then try again.
Static, sound cuts in and
out, fades. Interference
from other units.
— Electrical interference may
cause static and poor
range. Set the handset and
the base unit away from
other electrical appliances.
—-You may be too far from
the base unit. Move toward
it.
—Extend the wire and
telescopic aerials of the
base unit fully (p. 8, 10).
—Change the channel.
When ! press the TALK
button, alarm tone sounds.
—Move toward the base unit
and try again.
—Place the handset on the
base unit and try again.
—Make sure that the AC
adaptor is connected.
The handset does not
operate or ring.
—The POWER/RINGER
switch is set to “OFF”.
Set to "ON".
{ cannot store a phone
number in memory.
—You cannot store the |
number while the unit is in
the talk mode.
— Do not pause for over
30 seconds while storing.
While storing a phone
number, the unit starts to
ring.
—To answer the call, press
TALK. The programming
will be cancelled, store the
phone number again.
| cannot page the handset
from the base unit.
-—Set the POWER/RINGER
switch to “ON”.
—The handset is too far from
the base unit or having an
outside call.
The BATT LOW/PROGRAM
indicator flashes.
Beep tones sound every
15 seconds during a
conversation.
—Charge the battery fully
(p. 9).
| charged the battery fully,
but the BATT LOW/
PROGRAM indlcator
flashes after a few
telephone calls.
-—Clean the charge contacts
and charge again.
— It is time to change the
battery. Please replace with
a new one (p. 20).
The CHARGE indicator tight
never goes out while the
handset is on the base unit.
— This is normal.
| cannot use the unit during
a power fallure.
—The unit will not function
during a power failure. We
recommend that you install
eight optional batteries in
the Battery box tor power
failure protection (p. 8).
—You can connect a reserve
telephone on the same line
for power failure protection
(see below).
Connection to another telephone ==
То В.Т. Socket
aa T-Adaptor
Telephone Line Cord
It you connect a reserve
telephone on the same line,
please use a T-adaptor. y
Another Telephone
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Registered No. 1485987
CONNECTION REQUEST
For B.T. owned wiring:
The sliowing subscriber requests you to install a wall socket to enable connecton of a “direct
exchange line "P.B.X. extension iine for the Panasonic KX-T4036E Cordless Telephone
which is filed with a norma: 431A connector,
Approval Number S:1019-3:R-503339
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"Delete :f rot required.
For w:ring rot owned by BT.
Request shou'd be made to the Authorized maintainer of the PBX for extension wiring and
socket installation within 14 days. Expiry of the perod cr notce wiii allow another installer to
be employed.
GUARANTEE \¢ >
CONDITIONS OF GUARANT LE
This guarantee is in addition to and does not in any way affect any
statutory or other rights of consumer purchasers. If within the applicable
guarantee period, the appliance proves to be defective by reason of
faulty design. workmanship or materials, we undertake subject to the
following conditions to have the detective appliance {or any part or parts
there of) repaired or replaced free of charge.
1. The appliance shall have been purchased and used solely within the
UK and in accordance with standard operating instructions and the
technical and/or Safety Standards required in the UK. |
2. The purchaser will within 7 days of purchase complete the inciuded
card and send it to us for registration. Failure to retum such card
could result in delay in providing the guarantee service.
3. The appliance should be returned together with this guarantee and
proof of date of purchase promptly on being found defective at the
purchaser's risk and expense to the authorized dealer from whom
the appliance was purchased or to the nearest authorized dealer. All
enquiries must be through such dealers.
4. This guarantee shall not apply to damage caused through fire.
accident, lightning, misuse, wear and tear, neglect. incorrect
adjustment or repair. to damage caused through installation,
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adaption. modification or use in an improper manner or inconsisient
with the technical and/or safety standards required in the country
where this appliance is used, or to damage occurred during transit to
ar from the purchaser.
5. H at any time during the guarantee period any part or parts of the
appliance are replaced with a part or parts not supplied or approved
by us or of an objective quality safe and suitable for the appliance, or
the appliance has been dismantled or repaired by any person not
authorized by us, we shall have the right to terminate this guarantee
in whole or in part immediately without further notice.
6. The purchaser's sole and exclusive remedy under this guarantee
against us is for the repair or replacement of the appitance or any
defective part or parts and no other remedy, including. but not limited
to, incidental or consequential damage or loss of whatsoever nature
shall be available to the purchaser.
7. This guarantee shall not apply to cassette tapes, batteries and any
other items of limited natural life.
8. Our decision on all matters relating to complaints shall be final. Any
appliance or defective part which has been replaced shall become
our property.
9. The guarantee period applicable to this product shall be 12 months.
Please keep these Operating Instructions with your receipt.
Panasonic Business Systems U.K.
Receipt No. Date of Purchase
Model No. KX-T4036E Serial No.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Central P.O. Box 288, Osaka 530-91, Japan
Printed in Japan PQQX11417ZA F0595B0
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