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Sony Cordless Telephone SPP-A2770 User manual
3-232-389-12 (1)
Cordless
Telephone
with Answering System
Operating Instructions
Hearing-Aid Compatible
SPP-A2770
©2001 Sony Corporation
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IMPORTANT
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
When using your telephone
equipment, basic safety precautions
should always be followed to reduce
the risk of fire, electric shock and
injury to persons, including the
following:
1. Do not use this product near
water, for example, near a bath
tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or
laundry tub, in a wet basement, or
near a swimming pool.
2. Avoid using a telephone (other
than a cordless type) during an
electrical storm. There may be a
remote risk of electric shock from
lightning.
3. Do not use the telephone to report
a gas leak in the vicinity of the
leak.
4. Use only the power cord and
batteries indicated in this manual.
Do not dispose of batteries in a
fire. They may explode. Check
with local codes for possible
special disposal instructions.
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
Owner’s Record
The model and the serial numbers are
located at the bottom of the unit. Record
the serial number in the space provided
below. Refer to these numbers
whenever you call upon your Sony
dealer regarding this product.
Model No. SPP-A2770
Serial No. ________________
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Caution
You are cautioned that any changes or
modifications not expressly approved in this
manual could void your authority to operate this
equipment.
Privacy of communications may not be ensured
when using this phone.
Note
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following
measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/
TV technician for help.
Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1)This device may not cause
interference, and (2)This device must accept any
interference, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
IMPORTANT NOTE
To comply with FCC RF exposure compliance
requirements, please follow the following
guidelines in order to protect body from
exposing to RF electromagnetic energy.
1. Avoid direct body contact with transmitting
antenna during telephone conversation.
2. Do not replace or modify the transmitting
antenna in any way.
INFORMATION FOR FCC
REGURATION CLAIM
1. This equipment complies with Part 15
and Part 68 of the FCC rules for the
United States. On the bottom of this
equipment is a label that contains,
among other information, the FCC
certification number and ringer
equivalence number (REN) for this
equipment. If requested, this
information must be provided to the
telephone company.
2. This equipment connect to
nationwide telephone network
through a modular telephone jack
which applicable certification jack
(connector) is USOC-RJ11C.
3. The FCC compliant telephone cord
and modular plug is provided with
this equipment. This equipment is
designed to be connected to the
telephone network or premises
wiring using a compatible modular
jack that is part 68 compliant.
4. The REN is used to determine the
quantity of devices that may be
connected to the telephone line.
Excessive RENs on the telephone line
may result in the devices not ringing
in response to an incoming call.
Typically, the sum of the RENs
should not exceed five (5.0).To be
certain of the number of devices that
may be connected to a line, as
determined by the total RENs, contact
the local telephone company.
5. If this equipment (SPP-A2770) causes
harm to the telephone network, the
telephone company will notify you in
advance that temporary
discontinuance of service may be
required. But if advance notice isn’t
practical, the telephone company will
notify the customer as soon as
possible. Also, you will be advised
of your right to file a complaint with
the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
6. The telephone company may make
changes to it’s facilities, equipment,
operations or procedures that could
affect the operation of the equipment.
If this happens the telephone
company will provide advance notice
so you can make the necessary
modifications to maintain
uninterrupted service.
7. If trouble is experienced with this
equipment (SPP-A2770), for repair or
warranty information, please contact
Sony Direct Response Center: Tel 1800-222-7669. If the equipment is
causing harm to the telephone
network, the telephone company may
request that you disconnect the
equipment until the problem is
resolved.
8. All repairs will be performed in an
authorized Sony service station.
9. This equipment may not be used on
coin service provided by the Phone
Company or Party Lines.
10.This equipment is hearing aid
compatible.
When programming emergency
numbers and (or) making test calls to
emergency numbers:
1. Remain on the line and briefly
explain to the dispatcher the reason
for the call.
2. Perform such activities in the off-peak
hours, such as early morning or late
evenings.
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IMPORTANTES
INSTRUCCIONES
DE SEGURIDAD
A fin de reducir el riesgo de
incendio, descarga eléctrica y
lesiones a las personas cuando usted
use su equipo telefónico, siempre
debe observar precauciones básicas
de seguridad, entre ellas:
1. No use este producto cerca del
agua, por ejemplo, cerca de una
bañera, lavabo, fregadero de
cocina o lavadora, en un sótano
mojado o cerca de una piscina.
2. Evite usar un teléfono (que no sea
del tipo inalámbricos) durante una
tormenta eléctrica. Existe la
remota posibilidad de shock
eléctrico debido a rayos.
3. Para notificar una fuga de gas, no
utilice el teléfono en la vecindad
de dicha fuga.
4. Utilice solamente el cable de
alimentación y las pilas indicados
en este manual. No tire las pilas al
fuego. Podrían explotar.
Compruebe los códigos locales
con respecto a las instrucciones
especiales sobre cómo deshacerse
de ellas.
GUARDE ESTAS
INSTRUCCIONES
Precaución
Se le advierte que cualquier cambio o
modificación no aprobado expresamente en el
presente manual podría anular su autorización
para operar este equipo.
El secreto de las comunicaciones puede no
asegurarse cuando utilice este teléfono.
Nota
Este equipo se ha sometido a pruebas y se ha
determinado que cumple los límites para un
aparato digital Clase B de conformidad con la
Parte 15 de las Reglas FCC. Dichos límites están
diseñados para brindar protección razonable
contra interferencia dañina en una instalación
residencial. Este equipo genera, utiliza y puede
radiar energía de radiofrecuencia y, si no se
instala y se usa de acuerdo con las instrucciones,
puede ocasionar interferencia dañina en las
radiocomunicaciones. Sin embargo, no hay
garantía de que no ocurra interferencia en una
instalación específica. En caso de que este equipo
ocasione interferencia dañina en la recepción de
radio o televisión, que se puede determinar
apagando y encendiendo el equipo, se le insta al
usuario a que trate de corregir la interferencia
mediante una o más de las siguientes medidas:
– Reorientar o reubicar la antena de recepción.
– Aumentar la separación entre el equipo y el
receptor.
– Conectar el equipo en un enchufe de un
circuito distinto al circuito al cual está
conectado el receptor.
– Consultar con el disstribuidor o con un
técnico experimentado de radio / televisión
para ayuda.
La operación está sometida a las dos condiciones
siguientes: (1) Este dispositivo puede no causar
interferencia, y (2) Este dispositivo deberá
aceptar cualquier interferencia, incluyendo la
que pueda causar una operación indeseada.
NOTA IMPORTANTE
Para cumplir los requisitos de exposición a RF
de la FCC, siga las guías indicadas a
continuación a fin de proteger el cuerpo contra
la exposición a la energía electromagnética de
RF.
1. Evite el contacto directo con la antena de
transmisión durante la conversación
telefónica.
2. No reemplace ni modifique de ninguna
manera la antena.
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INFORMACIÓN PARA LA
DEMANDA DE LA
REGLAMENTACIÓN DE LA FCC
1. Este equipo cumple con la Parte 15 y
la Parte 68 de las reglas de la FCC
para EE.UU. En la base de este
equipo hay una etiqueta que contiene,
entre otra información, el número de
certificado de la FCC y el número de
equivalencia de timbre de llamada
(REN) para este equipo. Cuando se
solicite, esta información deberá
ofrecerse a la compañía telefónica.
2. Este equipo se conecta a la red
telefónica nacional a través de una
toma telefónica modular cuya toma
(conector) de certificado aplicable es
USOC-RJ11C.
3. Con este equipo se suministran un
cable telefónico y una clavija modular
que cumplen las normas de la FCC.
Este equipo ha sido diseñado para
conectarse a la red telefónica o la
instalación de un usuario utilizando
una toma modular compatible que
esté de acuerdo con la Parte 68.
4. El REN se utiliza para determinar la
cantidad de dispositivos que podrán
conectarse a la línea telefónica. El
exceso de REN conectados a la línea
telefónica puede resultar en que los
dispositivos no contesten a llamadas
entrantes. Normalmente, la suma de
REN no deberá ser superior a cinco
(5,0). Para enterarse del número total
de REN que puede conectarse a una
línea, póngase en contacto con la
compañía telefónica.
5. Si este equipo (SPP-A2770) produce
daños en la red telefónica, la
compañía telefónica le notificará con
antelación que es posible que se
requiera la interrupción temporal del
servicio. Pero si la notificación con
antelación no es práctica, la compañía
telefónica lo notificará al cliente lo
antes posible. Además, se le
notificará el derecho a realizar una
reclamación a la FCC si usted lo
considera necesario.
6. La compañía telefónica puede realizar
cambios en sus instalaciones, equipos,
operaciones, o procedimientos que
pueden afectar la operación del
equipo. Cuando suceda esto, la
compañía telefónica le avisará con
antelación para que pueda realizar las
modificaciones necesarias a fin de
mantener ininterrumpido el servicio.
7. Si experimenta algún problema con
este equipo (SPP-A2770), con respecto
a la reparación o a la información
sobre la garantía, póngase en contacto
con Sony Direct Response Center: Tel
1-800-222-7669 (EE. UU. solamente).
Si el equipo causa problemas en la
línea, la compañía telefónica puede
solicitarle que desconecte el equipo
hasta que se resuelva el problema.
8. Todas las reparaciones deberá
realizarlas un centro de reparaciones
Sony.
9. Este equipo puede no utilizarse en el
servicio de pago previo
proporcionado por la compañía
telefónica o la línea compartida.
10.Este equipo es compatible con
dispositivos para ayuda a la audición.
Cuando programe números de
emergencia y (o) realice llamadas de
prueba a los mismos:
1. Permanezca poco tiempo en la línea y
explique a la otra parte la razón de la
llamada.
2. Realice tales actividades en horas no
punta, como por la mañana temprano
o a últimas horas de la tarde.
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Table of contents
Getting Started
8 Welcome
9 Read this first
10 Step 1: Checking the package
contents
11 Step 2: Setting up the base unit
14 Step 3: Preparing the battery
pack
16 Step 4: Choosing the dialing
mode
17 Step 5: Entering the area code
21 Step 6: Setting the day and time
23 Setting up the EZ Access function
25 Registering additional cordress
handsets
27 Changing the language of the
display
28 Identifying the parts
Basics
32 Making calls
35
Redialing
37 Receiving calls
Telephone Features
39 Phone Directory
39
Storing phone numbers and
names
42
Making calls from the Phone
Directory
44
Changing a stored name
and/or phone number
45
Erasing a memory location
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46
Transferring the Phone
Directory memory
48 Locating the handset
49 Switching the phones during a
call
Intercom Operation
50 Talking between the phones
– Intercom – Walkie-Talkie
function
51 Transferring a call
Answering Machine
Features
52 Preparing the answering machine
52
Recording the greeting
54
Selecting the ring time
55
Selecting the recording
quality
56
Selecting the answering
mode
58
Setting the audible message
indicator
59
Turning on the answering
function
60 Playing back messages
62
When you come home
62
Displaying remaining
available recording time for
message
63
Erasing messages
64 Screening incoming calls
64
Screening incoming calls on
the cordless handset
64
To answer the call
65 Recording a memo
66 Operating from an outside
phone
66
Setting the remote ID code
(security code)
67
Picking up new messages
Caller ID Features
68 Understanding the Caller ID
service
68
When you receive a call
69 Looking at the Caller ID list
69
Viewing the Caller ID list
70
Erasing data from the
Caller ID list
72 Using the Caller ID list
72
Calling back a number from
the Caller ID list
73
Playing back a message from
the Caller ID list – Direct
Message Access function
74
Storing a number of the
Caller ID list into the Phone
Directory
75
To change the number of
digits of the phone number
77 Using “Caller ID with call
waiting” service
Additional Information
78 Carrying the cordless handset by
the belt clip
79 Notes on power sources
80 Maintenance
81 Troubleshooting
85 Specifications
86 Index
Back cover LIMITED WARRANTY
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Getting Started
Welcome
Thank you for purchasing Sony QuadraStation 2.4!
The phone systems can be expanded to a total of four cordless
handsets and realizes the Intercom conversation between a couple of
cordless handsets (walkie-talkie function).
First, read the followings.
• The system includes a cordless handset. If you utilize the walkietalkie feature, it is necessary to purchase the SPP-H273 Sony cordless
handset used for the QuadraStation 2.4 exclusively.
• Be sure to register the additional cordless handset(s) to the base unit
before use. (See “Registering additional cordless handsets” on page
25.)
• Some procedures may vary according to the number of the cordless
handset assigned to the system. The distinctions are explicitly
explained in this manual. In such a case, see the appropriate
procedure.
Other convenient features are as follows:
• Walkie-Talkie function — enables you to make an intercom
conversation between a couple of cordless handsets of the same
phone system far from the base unit (e.g. use out of doors) (page 50).
• Direct Message Access function — enables you to play back the
recorded messages from the caller ID list (page 73).
• EZ Access function — enables you to access to any set of numbers
up to 32 digits long by simple one-touch (page 23).
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Getting Started
Read this first
Before you use your phone, you must first set it up. Here’s a quick way
to set up your phone: Steps 1 to 6.
Step 1
(page 10)
First, unpack the phone and the supplied accessories.
(pages 11 to 13)
You need to do two things to set up the
base unit, including finding the best
location for the base unit.
Step 3
Base unit
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Step 2
(pages 14 to 15)
Insert the battery pack into the cordless
handset and charge it for more than 12
hours.
Step 4
(page 16)
Choose an appropriate dialing mode.
Step 5
(pages 17 to 20)
Enter the area code to use the Caller ID
service.
Step 6
(pages 21 to 22)
Set the day and time to stamp day and
time for the incoming messages.
Cordless handset
That’s it!
For using the EZ Access function, follow the procedure in
“Setting up the EZ Access function” on page 23.
For using optional cordless handsets, follow the procedure
in “Registering additional cordless handsets” on page 25.
For changing the language of the display, follow the
procedure in “Changing the language of the display” on
page 27.
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Step 1
Checking the package contents
Make sure you have received the following items in the package.
If anything is missing, contact your local Sony dealer.
AC power adaptor (AC-T133)
Telephone
line cord
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Base unit
Rechargeable
battery pack
(BP-T38)
Cordless handset
Step 2
Setting up the base unit
Do the following steps:
• Choose the best location
• Connect the base unit
Where you place the base unit affects the reception quality of the
cordless handset.
Away from noise sources such as a window
by a street with heavy traffic
Away from television
sets and other
electronic equipment
Away from heat sources, such as radiators,
airducts, and sunlight
Away from a microwave
oven
Away from excessive
moisture, extremely low
temperatures, dust,
mechanical vibration, or
shock
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Choose the best location
Away from a personal
computer
Near a central location
and on a level surface
Away from another
cordless telephone
CAUTION: • Should you experience intermittent loss of audio during a conversation, try
moving closer to the base or move base unit away from other noise sources.
• The cordless telephone operates at a frequency that may cause interference to
nearby TVs, VCRs, and microwave oven; the base unit should not be placed
near or on the top of a TV or VCR; and, if interference is experienced, moving
the cordless telephone farther away from the TV, VCR, or microwave oven will
often reduce or eliminate the interference.
continued
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Step 2: Setting up the base unit (continued)
Connect the base unit
3
Hook the cord.
2 To an AC outlet
To DC IN 9V
AC power adaptor
(supplied
AC-T133)
1 To a telephone
To LINE
Telephone line cord
(supplied)
outlet
1 Connect the telephone line cord to the LINE jack and to a
telephone outlet.
2 Connect the AC power adaptor to the DC IN 9V jack and to
an AC outlet.
“PF” flashes on the message counter*.
3 Raise the antenna. Make sure it points towards the ceiling.
* “PF” flashes on the message counter when you connect the base unit to the
AC outlet for the first time, or when the day and time is cleared or delayed
due to a power failure. To terminate the flashing of “PF,” set the clock
correctly; or press any button other than (ANSWER ON/OFF) on the base unit
(pages 21 to 22).
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Getting Started
Notes
• Use only the supplied AC-T133 AC power adaptor.
Do not use any other AC power adaptor.
• Connect the AC power adaptor to a continuous power
supply.
• Place the base unit close to the AC outlet so that you
can unplug the AC power adaptor easily.
–
+
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Tip
If your telephone outlet is not modular, contact your
telephone service company for assistance.
Polarity of the plug
Modular
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Step 3
Preparing the battery pack
Charge the battery pack for more than 12 hours before you start using
your cordless handset.
1 Slide open the battery
compartment lid of the cordless
handset.
2 Connect the battery connector
BP-T38
Red
with correct polarity (black wire
goes on lower side and red wire
goes on upper side).
Black
Hook
3 Hook the cords and insert the
battery pack. Then close the lid.
4 Place the cordless handset on
the base unit.
Front side
CHARGE lamp
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The CHARGE lamp on the base
unit lights up and “HANDSET
1” appears on the display of the
cordless handset when the
cordless handset is properly
seated on the charge terminals
of the base unit. Charge the
battery pack for more than 12
hours so that the battery is fully
charged. The CHARGE lamp
remains lit even after charging
is completed.
About the station number
HANDSET 1
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
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When you start charging the battery, “HANDSET 1”
appears on the display of the cordless handset. This
shows the ID number for each cordless handset and base
unit of the system, called “station number.” The station
number of the base unit is set to 0 and that of the cordless
handset (supplied with the base unit) is set to 1 at the
factory. The station number of the cordless handset
newly added to the system will be one of the number 2
through 4 in the order of registration. (See “Registering
additional cordless handsets” on page 25.)
Battery duration
A fully charged battery pack lasts for about:
• Approx. 5 hours when you use the cordless handset continuously
• Approx. 6 days when the cordless handset is in standby mode.
Notes
• The battery pack will gradually discharge over a long period of time, even
when not in use.
• If you leave the battery pack in the cordless handset without charging it, the
battery pack will be completely discharged.
It may require several times of charging to recover to its full capacity.
• While charging, the battery pack warms up. This is not a malfunction.
To obtain the best performance from the battery
Do not place the cordless handset on the base unit after each call. The
battery works best if the cordless handset is returned to the base unit
after two or three calls. However, do not leave the cordless handset off
the base unit for a long period of time as this will completely discharge
the battery pack.
When to purchase a new battery pack
If the battery lasts only a few minutes even after 12 hours of charging,
the usable life of the battery has expired and needs replacement.
Contact your local Sony authorized dealer or service center, and ask
for a Sony BP-T38 rechargeable battery pack.
Note
Battery life may vary depending on usage condition and ambient temperature.
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Step 4
Choosing the dialing mode
For the telephone to work properly, select an appropriate dialing mode
(tone or pulse).
Setting the dialing mode is only possible on the cordless handset.
Make sure the base unit* is not in use before you start the setting. You
cannot set the dialing mode while the system is in use.
* If the system includes additional cordless handsets, it is necessary to stop
using them before you start the setting as well.
1 Press (PGM).
2 Press (*TONE).
You hear a confirmation beep.
DIAL MODE
1:TONE
2:PULSE
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
3 Press (1) for tone dialing or (2)
for pulse dialing.
You hear a long confirmation
beep.
If you aren't sure of your dialing system
Make a trial call with the dialing mode set to TONE.
If the call connects, leave the setting as is; otherwise, set to PULSE.
Note
Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
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Step 5
Entering the area code
If you live in an area where calls from or to other local areas can also be made by 10-digit dialing
(area code + number), you can register up to 5 local area codes with this telephone to take
advantage of this system. See “To enter the local area code (For 10 digits phone number users)”
on page 19.
Case 2.
If 10-digit dialing (area code + number) is required for all local calls in your area, see
“To enter the local area code (For 10 digits phone number users)” on page 19.
Entering the area code is only possible on the cordless handset. Make sure the base
unit* is not in use before you start the setting. You cannot set the dialing mode while
the system is in use.
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When you use this phone for the first time, or move to an area that has a
different area code, you must enter the area code. Otherwise, you cannot use
some functions of this phone and the Caller ID functions.
This is also necessary because the phone must be able to select an area code to
properly dial a call from the Caller ID list.
Depending on your region, enter the 3-digit area code as follows:
Case 1.
If 7-digit dialing (no area code) is accepted for local calls in your area, see “To enter
your home area code” below.
* If the system includes additional cordless handsets, it is necessary to stop using them before
you start the setting as well.
To enter your home area code
Turn
Press
1 Press (PGM).
2 Turn Jog Dial to choose “AREA
CODE”, and then press Jog Dial.
(GO BACK)
HOME
:
LOCAL 1:
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
3 Press Jog Dial again.
“ENTER HOME AREA
CODE” appears on the display.
(ERASE)
ENTER
HOME AREA CODE
_
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
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Step 5: Entering the area code (continued)
4 Enter the three digits of your home area code
using the dialing keys.
5 Press (PGM).
You hear a long confirmation beep.
Notes
• If the home area code is already entered, it appears on the display in step 2.
To enter a different home area code, see “To change the home area code”
below.
• Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
• If the area code has not been entered, calling back from the Caller ID list and
storing the Caller ID data into the Phone Directory cannot be performed.
• If the home area code is not correctly entered, “ERROR” will appear on the
display and five short error beeps will be heard after (PGM) is pressed in
step 5. Move the cordless handset closer to the base unit, make sure the base
unit* is not in use before you start the setting.
* If the system includes additional cordless handsets, it is necessary to stop
using them before you start the setting as well.
Tips
• When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
• To check the current home area code, perform steps 1 and 2. The home area
code appears on the display for about 60 seconds.
To change the home area code
1 Perform steps 1 to 3 on page 17.
The current home area code appears on the display.
2
3
4
Press (ERASE) to erase the current home area code.
Enter a new home area code using the dialing keys.
Press (PGM).
You hear a long confirmation beep.
To erase the home area code
You can erase the home area code. Perform steps 1 and 2 above, then
press (PGM).
The home area code will be erased, and you hear a long confirmation
beep.
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To enter the local area code (For 10 digits
phone numbers users)
1
2
Perform steps 1 and 2 on page 17.
Select the number (“LOCAL 1” to “LOCAL 5”)
to enter the local area code by turning Jog Dial.
HOME
:
LOCAL 1:
LOCAL 2:
NEW
3
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If a call matches one of the local area codes you entered, the phone
number will be registered with 10 digits in the Caller ID list (area code
+ number). If a call does not match one of the local area codes you
entered, the phone number will be registered with 11 digits in the
Caller ID list (1 + area code + number). Some regions of the country
allow you to have more than one local area code. (Up to five local area
codes can be entered in this phone.)
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
Press Jog Dial.
“ENTER LOCAL AREA CODE 1” appears on
the display when you select “LOCAL 1” in step
2.
4
Enter the three digits of the local area code using
the dialing keys.
5
Press (PGM).
You hear a long confirmation beep.
Notes
• If the local area code is already entered, it appears on the display in step 2.
To enter a different local area code, see “To change the local area code” on
page 20.
• Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
• If the local area code is not correctly entered, “ERROR” will appear on the
display and five short error beeps will be heard after (PGM) is pressed in
step 5. Move the cordless handset closer to the base unit, make sure the base
unit* is not in use before you start the setting.
* If the system includes additional cordless handsets, it is necessary to stop
using them before you start the setting as well.
Tips
• When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
• To check the current local area code, perform steps 1 and 2. The local area
code appears on the display for about 60 seconds.
continued
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Step 5: Entering the area code (continued)
To change the local area code
1 Perform steps 1 to 3 on page 19.
The current local area code appears on the display.
2
3
4
Press (ERASE) to erase the current local area code.
Enter a new local area code using the dialing keys.
Press (PGM).
You hear a long confirmation beep.
To erase the local area code
You can erase the local area code. Perform steps 1 and 2 avobe, then
press (PGM). The local area code will be erased, and you hear a long
confirmation beep.
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Step 6
Setting the day and time
* If the system includes additional cordless handsets, it is necessary to stop
using them before you start the setting as well.
Turn
Press
1 Press (PGM).
2 Turn Jog Dial to choose “DAY/
TIME”, and then press Jog Dial.
Getting Started
Set the day and time so that you can stamp day and time for the
incoming messages. You will hear the recorded day and time when
you play back messages. You can set the day and time only with the
cordless handset. Make sure the base unit* is not in use before you
start the setting.
(GO BACK)
SUNDAY
MONDAY
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
3 Set the correct day of the week
by turning Jog Dial, and then
press Jog Dial. The time that has
been last set appears on the
display.
ENTER HOUR AND
PRESS JOG DIAL
12:00AM
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
4 Set the hour (1 to 12) by turning
Jog Dial
ENTER HOUR AND
PRESS JOG DIAL
11:
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
continued
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21US
Step 6: Setting the day and time (continued)
5 Press Jog Dial.
ENTER MIMUTE AND
PRESS JOG DIAL
11:00
NEW
6 Set the minute (00 to 59) by turning Jog Dial.
OLD
OLD
8 Select “AM” or “PM” by turning Jog Dial, and
then press Jog Dial.
You hear a long confirmation beep. Then the
phone starts counting time.
Notes
• Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
• “PF” flashes on the message counter when the day and time is cleared due to
a power interruption, or when you connect the base unit to the AC outlet for
the first time.
• If the current day and time are not set, you will not hear a time stamp when
you play back recorded messages.
• When “ERROR ” appears on the display and five short error beeps are heard
after Jog Dial is pressed in step 8, move the cordless handset closer to the
base unit, make sure the base unit* is not in use before you start the setting.
* If the system includes additional cordless handsets, it is necessary to stop
using them before you start the setting as well.
Tip
When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
Press (DAY/TIME) on the base unit.
You hear the current day and time by voice guidance.
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Getting Started
RING OFF
MASSAGE
RING OFF
SELECT AM/PM AND
PRESS JOG DIAL
11:01AMAM
NEW
To check the current day and time
MASSAGE
ENTER MINUTE AND
PRESS JOG DIAL
11:01
NEW
7 Press Jog Dial.
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
Setting up the EZ Access function
The EZ Access function enables you to access to any set of numbers up
to 32 digits long by simple one-touch. Use for calling cards plus PIN,
voice mail, long distance provider, or any other set of frequently used
number.
Getting Started
After setting up the access number, you only need to press
(EZ ACCESS) for dialing the access number of your special services
e.g. long distance provider.
Also, you can set up just a phone number with the function for onetouch dialing.
When the system has two or more cordless handsets, you can assign a
different access number or phone number to each cordless handset.
1 Press (PGM).
2 Press (EZ ACCESS).
EZ ACCESS
ENTER NUMBER
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
3 Enter the access number using
the dialing keys.
(ERASE)
(REDIAL/PAUSE)
4 Press (PGM).
You hear a long confirmation
beep.
Notes
• Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
• You can register up to 32 digits as an access number.
Tip
When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
continued
Getting Started
23US
Setting up the EZ Access function (continued)
To use the EZ Access
–for making calls, see page 33.
–for redialing, see page 35.
–for making calls from the Phone Directory, see page 43.
–for making calls from Caller ID list, see page 72.
To change the access number
Perform steps 1 and 2 on page 23.
1
The current access number appears on the display.
2
3
4
Press (ERASE) to erase the current access number.
Enter a new access number using the dialing keys.
Press (PGM).
You hear a long confirmation beep.
To store a number to be dialed via Private Branch Exchange
(PBX)
Before entering a phone number in step 3 on page 23, do as follows:
1
2
24US
Enter the outside line access digit (e.g., 9).
Press (REDIAL/PAUSE).
Getting Started
Registering additional cordless handsets
Getting Started
The phone system includes a cordless handset. You can expand the
system including a total of four cordless handsets. Be sure to register
the ID number of the additional cordless handset called “station
number” to the base unit before using the additional cordless handset.
The station number of the cordless handset (supplied with the base
unit) is set to 1 at the factory. The station number of the cordless
telephone newly added to the system will be one of the number 2
through 4 in the order of registration.
Before you start registering, set all the unit of the system in standby
mode and place them close to each other (within a distance of 12
inches). Then do the following procedure only on the additional
cordless handsets one bye one.
Caution
Do not register two or three cordless handsets at the same time.
Doing so may result in more than one cordless handsets having an
identical station number.
within 12 inches
Base unit
cordless handset
1 Press (PGM).
2 Press (INTERCOM).
You hear a confirmation beep.
ENTER SYSTEM ID
_
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
continued
Getting Started
25US
Registering additional cordless handsets (continued)
3 Enter the 10 digits system ID by
pressing the dialing keys.
The system ID is shown on a sticker
affixed to the bottom of the base unit.
4 Press (PGM).
You hear a long confirmation beep and
the assigned station number is
displayed.
System ID
Notes
• Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
• Once you add a cordless handset to the base unit system, you cannot change the
station numbers, or cancel the additional registrations.
• When you press any button other than (PGM) to use an unregistered cordless
handset, the message “PLEASE REGISTER THIS HANDSET” will appear on the
display, and five short error beeps will be heard. You must first register the cordless
handset you want to add to the system.
• If you try to register a cordless handset which you have already added to the system,
the five short error beeps will be heard and the registration will be canceled.
• If the registration is unsuccessful, “ERROR” will appear on the display, and five short
error beeps will be heard after (PGM) is pressed in step 4. Move all the cordless
handsets closer to the base unit, and then start over the procedure.
To check the station number assigned to the additional
cordless handset
The station number of the cordless handset appears on
the display of the cordless handset while it is seated on
the charger. You can also utilize the supplied sticker of
the station number and attaching on the cordless
handset. (For details, see Operating Instructions of
SPP-H273.)
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Getting Started
HANDSET 2
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
Changing the language of the display
You can choose English or Spanish as the display language by
following the procedure below.
To change the language from English to Spanish
Press
“ESPANOL”, and then press Jog
Dial.
(GO BACK)
NO
SI
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
Getting Started
Turn
1 Press (PGM).
2 Turn Jog Dial to choose
RING OFF
3 Turn Jog Dial to choose “SI”,
and then press Jog Dial.
You will hear a long
confirmation beep.
Note
Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
To change the language from Spanish to English
1
2
Press (PGM).
3
Turn Jog Dial to choose “YES”, and then press
Jog Dial.
Turn Jog Dial to choose “ENGLISH”, and then
press Jog Dial.
(REGRESAR)
NO
YES
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
You will hear a long confirmation beep.
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27US
Identifying the parts
Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses for details.
Base unit
8
9
0
qa
1
2
3
4
qs
5
6
7
1 CHARGE lamp (p. 14)
Lights while the battery is being
charged.
2 IN USE lamp (p. 32)
Lights when the handset is in use.
3 Speaker
4 ANSWER ON/OFF button
(p. 59, 60)
Turns the answering function on or
off. Lights when the answering
function is on, and flashes when a
new message is recorded.
5 REPEAT ./REVIEW button
(p. 61)
Press once to repeat the current
message or twice to go back to the
previous message.
Keep the button pressed for a
playback review of the current
message.
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Getting Started
qd
qf
qg
qh
qj
6 MESSAGE PLAY/STOP button
(p. 60)
Plays back recorded messages.
7 SKIP >/QUICK button (p. 61)
Press to skip to the next message.
Keep the button pressed for quick
playback of messages.
8 ERASE button (p. 24, 63)
9 MEMO REC button (p. 65)
Records a memo message.
0 VOL – button (p. 61)
Adjusts the speaker volume.
qa VOL + button (p. 61)
Adjusts the speaker volume.
qk
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ql
w; wa
qs Message counter (p. 60, 84)
Indicates the number of new
messages recorded. “An” appears
in the announcement only mode.
“FL” appears when there is no
space to record messages. “PF”
flashes when the power is turned
on.
qd GREETING REC button (p. 52)
qj MIC (microphone) (p. 52, 65)
qk Antenna (p. 12)
ql Hook for AC power adaptor
cord (p. 12)
w; DC IN 9V jack (p. 12)
wa LINE (telephone line) jack
(p. 12)
Press to record a greeting.
qf GREETING PLAY button (p. 53)
Plays back a greeting.
qg DAY/TIME button (p. 22)
Press to check the current time.
qh HANDSET LOCATOR button
(p. 48)
Allows you to page the handset.
continued
Getting Started
29US
Identifying the parts (continued)
Cordless handset
1
2
3
9
0
4
5
qa
6
qs
7
8
qd
1 Antenna
2 Speaker
3 Display window (p. 32, 68)
4 TALK button (p. 32)
Lets you make or receive a call.
5 HOLD/PLAY button
(p. 33, 60, 64)
Puts a call on hold/plays back
recorded messages.
6 Battery compartment (p. 14)
7 CALL WAITING/FLASH button
(p. 33, 77)
Switches to a second call if you
have “call waiting” service, or lets
you make a new call.
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Getting Started
8 EZ ACCESS button (p. 23, 33)
Lets you make a call with the
registered access number.
9 Jog Dial (p. 17, 39, 69)
0 OFF button (p. 32, 38)
Allows you to disconnect the call.
qa INTERCOM button (p. 50, 51)
Lets you talk between the cordless
handsets (when the system has any
other additional cordless handsets).
qs Dialing keys (p. 32)
qd ERASE button (p. 18, 41, 63)
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qj
qk
qf
qg
ql
w;
wa
ws
qh
qf REPEAT . button (p. 61)
Press once to repeat the current
message or twice to go back to the
previous message.
qg
TONE button (p. 33)
Allows you to switch temporarily to
tone dialing.
qh RINGER
qj I (HEADSET) jack (p. 33, 37, 78)
qk VOL (volume) switch (p. 33)
Adjust the cordless handset
volume.
wd
w; # button (p. 75)
Used to change the number of
digits of the phone number in the
Caller ID list.
wa PGM (program) button
(p. 17, 39)
ws REDIAL/PAUSE button
(p. 24, 35)
Redials one of the last five numbers
called/inserts a pause in the dialing
sequence.
wd MIC (Microphone)
ql SKIP > button (p. 61)
Press to skip to the next message.
Getting Started
31US
Basics
Making calls
1 Pick up the cordless handset
from the base unit.
2 Press (TALK) and wait until
I (HEADSET)
jack
VOL switch
“TALK” appears on the display
and the display also shows the
talk time in hours, minutes and
seconds.
The dialing keys light up.
You then hear a dial tone.
(HOLD)
The IN USE lamp on the base
unit lights up.
(*TONE)
If you hear five short error
beeps and “NO
CONNECTION” appears on the
display, move closer to the base
unit.
(EZ ACCESS) (ERASE)
(CALL WAITING/FLASH)
3 Dial the phone number.
4 When you’re done talking, press
(OFF) or replace the cordless
handset on the base unit.
The display turns off.
To make a call after checking the phone number
You can dial the phone number before pressing (TALK) or
(EZ ACCESS). If you make a mistake when dialing the phone number,
press (ERASE) to erase the number.
32US
Basics
Making calls when the headset is connected
When a headset (optional) is connected to the I
(HEADSET) jack on the cordless handset, you can
talk through the headset.
Open
Making calls using the EZ Access function
1
2
Pick up the cordless handset from the base unit.
3
Press (EZ ACCESS).
Dial the phone number (e.g.,
1-201-123-4567, or 011-...).
The system dials first, the access number set up
with the EZ access function, and then the phone
number you dialed in step 2. “TALK” appears
on the display.
4
Basics
To set up the access number, see “Setting up the EZ
Access function” on page 23.
TALK
E12011234567
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
When you’re done talking, press (OFF) or
replace the cordless handset on the base unit.
Note
If you have set up a phone number with the EZ access function, just press
(EZ ACCESS) to dial the phone number (i.e. skip step 2).
Additional tasks
To
Do this
Adjust the cordless
handset volume
Set the VOL switch to H (high), M (middle) or L (low).
Put a call on hold*1
Press (HOLD). “HOLD” appears on the display.
Press (HOLD) again or pick up the cordless handset
from the base unit (When Quick talk is set to “ON”; see
page 38) to resume the conversation.
Switch to tone dialing
temporarily
Press (*TONE) after you’re connected.
The line will remain in tone dialing until disconnected.
Switch to another call
(“call waiting” service*2)
Press (CALL WAITING/FLASH).
Press (CALL WAITING/FLASH) again to return to the first
caller.
*1 If four minutes has passed after you put a call on hold, the connection will be
broken automatically.
*2 You need to subscribe to this service from your telephone company.
continued
Basics
33US
Making calls (continued)
Notes
• When making a call on the cordless handset, “ ” appears on the display
indicating the receiver sensitivity with the base unit. Three bars indicate a
good reception, no bar indicates a bad reception. When calling from an area
with poor reception, you may experience interference or the call may be
disconnected, so try to use the cordless handset in areas that have a good
reception.
• When you increase the sound volume, in some cases the back ground noise
may be increased as well. You should adjust the volume accordingly.
• If the cordless handset beeps every second during a conversation and “ ”
appears on the display, move closer to the base unit; otherwise, you will hear
five short error beeps and “NO CONNECTION” will appear on the display,
and the call will be disconnected after 30 seconds.
• When the talk time exceeds 9:59:59, the display counts from 0:00:00 again.
If the battery becomes weak during a call
The cordless handset will beep twice per second, “BATTERY LOW”
appears on the display. Finish your call and replace the cordless
handset on the base unit to charge the battery pack.
For optimum performance, charge the battery for a full 12 hours.
Note that during the initial charge time (approx. 10 minutes), “PLEASE
WAIT...” and “BATTERY LOW” appear on the display and the
cordless handset cannot be used.
After “BATTERY LOW” turns off, you may be able to use the cordless
handset, but the battery duration will be very short; thus it is
recommended that you fully charge the battery before next use.
34US
Basics
Redialing
The cordless handset stores five dialed phone numbers.
Turn
1 Press (REDIAL/PAUSE).
2 Display the name or phone
Press
number you want to call by
turning Jog Dial.
Basics
3 Press Jog Dial.
4 Turn Jog Dial to choose “DIAL”,
and then press Jog Dial.
The phone number will be
redialed.
(PGM)
(EZ ACCESS)
Notes
• The redial memory only registers up to 32 digits. Exceeding numbers will not
be redialed.
• If an access number of the long distance call is registered in (EZ ACCESS), the
number cannot be stored for the redial button use. To redial long distance
calls with (EZ ACCESS), press (EZ ACCESS) instead of above steps 3 and 4.
Tips
• Although the phone number displayed on the redial list is up to 15 digit, the
redialing will be successful.
• If you redial the same number repeatedly, this number will only be counted
as one number of the total five registered numbers that can be redialed.
• When dialing from a phone number with a registered name, that name will
be displayed in the list in step 2.
continued
Basics
35US
Making calls (continued)
To erase the dialed phone number one by one
1 Display the name or phone number you want to erase by
doing steps 1 to 3 on page 35.
2
Turn Jog Dial to choose “ERASE REDIAL”, and then press
Jog Dial.
3
Turn Jog Dial to choose “YES”, and then press Jog Dial.
You hear a long confirmation beep, and the number is
erased.
To erase the entire dialed phone numbers at once
1 Press (PGM).
2
Turn Jog Dial to choose “MEMORY MANAGE”, and then
press Jog Dial.
3
Turn Jog Dial to choose “ERASE ALL RDL”, and then press
Jog Dial.
4
Turn Jog Dial to choose “ERASE REDIAL”, and then press
Jog Dial.
You hear a long confirmation beep, and the entire number
are erased.
To store the dialed phone number into the Phone Directory
See page 41.
36US
Basics
Receiving calls
1 When you hear the phone ring:
• Press (TALK).
or
VOL switch
(HOLD)
“TALK” appears on the display
and the display also shows the
talk time in hours, minutes and
seconds.
Basics
• Pick up the cordless handset
from the base unit when the
cordless handset is placed on
the base unit. (When Quick
talk is set to “ON”; see page
38)
I (HEADSET)
jack
The IN USE lamp on the base
unit lights up.
(CALL WAITING/FLASH)
(PGM)
2 When you’re done talking, press
(OFF) or replace the cordless
handset on the base unit.
The display turns off.
Receiving calls when the headset is connected
When a headset (optional) is connected to the I
(HEADSET) jack on the cordless handset, you can
talk through the headset.
Open
continued
Basics
37US
Receiving calls (continued)
Additional tasks
To
Do this
Adjust the cordless handset
volume
Set the VOL switch to H (high), M (middle) or L
(low).
Put a call on hold*1
Press (HOLD). “HOLD” appears on the display.
Press (HOLD) again or pick up the cordless
handset from the base unit (When Quick talk is
set to “ON”; see below) to resume the
conversation.
Switch to another call
(“call waiting” service*2)
Press (CALL WAITING/FLASH).
Press (CALL WAITING/FLASH) again to return to
the first caller.
Receive a call by only picking
up the cordless handset from
the base unit, without pressing
(TALK)(Quick talk)
Press (PGM). Turn Jog Dial to choose “QUICK
TALK”, then press Jog Dial.
Turn Jog Dial to choose “ON”, then press Jog
Dial.
Adjust the ringer volume of
the cordless handset
While the cordless handset is ringing: Turn Jog
Dial to adjust the volume.
While the cordless handset is not in use: Press
(PGM). Turn Jog Dial to choose “RINGER
VOLUME” then press Jog Dial to adjust the
volume. Press (OFF).
The ringer volume can be adjusted to three
different levels: high, low and off. If the ringer
is set off, “RING OFF” will appear on the
display.
*1 If four minutes has passed after you put a call on hold, the connection will be
broken automatically.
*2 You need to subscribe to this service from your telephone company.
Tip
To inform you of an incoming call, the display shows “** RINGING **” even
when you set the ringer volume on the cordless handset to off. You can still
make calls, and also receive calls if another telephone connected to the same
line rings to inform you of incoming calls.
If you have subscribed to the Caller ID service;
• the caller’s number and/or name appears on the display when you receive a
call (see page 68) or when another call comes in by “call waiting” service.
• the name stored in the Phone Directory appears on the display if the call
matches the number stored in the Phone Directory (memory match function;
see page 68).
• the ringer sound changes to a higher tone if the call matches the number
stored in the Phone Directory (memory match function; see page 68).
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Basics
Telephone Features
Phone Directory
You can dial a number by scrolling through the Phone Directory, in
which up to 50 phone numbers can be stored. When the system has
two or more cordless handsets, you can store a different set of phone
numbers to each cordless handset.
Storing phone numbers and names
Example: to store “SONY” “1234567”.
1 Press (PGM).
Turn
(GO BACK)
PHONE DIRECTORY
MEMORY MANAGE
Press
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
2 Press Jog Dial.
“ENTER NAME” appears on
the display.
Telephone Features
If “PHONE DIRECTORY” is
not selected, turn Jog Dial to
select it.
ENTER NAME
ABCDEFGHIJKLMN
OPQRSTUVWXYZ
(ERASE)
NEW
(REDIAL/PAUSE)
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
3 Enter the name by turning Jog
Dial.
You can enter up to 15
characters.
Turn Jog Dial until the desired
character is selected, and then
press Jog Dial.
continued
Telephone Features
39US
Phone Directory (continued)
Each press of Jog Dial after choosing “M” or
“m” switches the characters from upper case
letters t lower case letters t numbers and
symbols.
ENTER NAME
ABCDEFGHIJKLMN
OPQRSTUVWXYZ
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
ENTER NAME
abcdefghijklmn
opqrstuvwxyz
NEW
Enter successive characters in the same way.
To enter a “space”, turn Jog Dial to choose
“ ” (space), and then press Jog Dial.
“ENTER NUMBER” appears on the display.
keys.
You can enter up to 20 digits, including a tone
and a pause, each of which is counted as one
digit.
When the phone number of 16 digits or more
has been entered, the phone number appears in
two lines.
6 Press (PGM).
You hear a long confirmation beep, and the
name and the number are stored.
The display goes off.
40US
Telephone Features
RING OFF
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
SONY
ENTER NUMBER
NEW
5 Enter the phone number by pressing the dialing
MASSAGE
ENTER NAME
0123456789"#$&
'()*+,-./:;
NEW
4 Press (PGM).
OLD
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
SONY
1234567_
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
SONY
1234567890123456
78_
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
Notes
• If you try to save a 51st phone number, you will hear five short error beeps
and “THE MEMORY IS FULL” will be displayed. You cannot store the
phone number. To store another phone number, erase one of the stored
phone numbers (see page 45).
• Names cannot be entered using the dialing keys.
• Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
Tips
• When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
• If you have entered a wrong name or number in step 3 or 5, turn Jog Dial to
choose “P” then press Jog Dial or press (ERASE) to erase it. Then enter the
correct name or number.
To store a number to be dialed via Private Branch Exchange
(PBX)
Telephone Features
Before entering a phone number in step 5 on page 40, do as follows:
1
2
Enter the outside line access digit (e.g., 9).
Press (REDIAL/PAUSE).
To store the dialed phone number into the Phone Directory
The dialed phone numbers of up to 20 digits can be stored in the
Phone Directory.
1
2
Press (REDIAL/PAUSE).
3
Turn Jog Dial to choose “PROGRAM”, and then press Jog
Dial.
4
5
Enter the name by doing steps 3 and 4 on pages 39 to 40.
Display the name or phone number you want to call by
turning Jog Dial, and then press Jog Dial.
Press (PGM).
You hear a long confirmation beep, and the name and the
number are stored.
continued
Telephone Features
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Making calls from the Phone Directory
Turn
Press
1 Press Jog Dial.
“PHONE DIRECTORY”
appears on the display.
PHONE DIRECTORY
ABC
DEF
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
(TALK)
(PGM)
(EZ ACCESS)
2 Turn Jog Dial to select an alphabet group
([ABC], [DEF]...) which includes the initial
character of the name you want to search for,
and then press Jog Dial.
TUV
WXYZ
etc
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
If a numbers or a symbol is the initial character,
select the “[etc]” group.
3 Select the name you want to call by turning Jog
Dial.
BROWN JOHN
SONY
SMITH JOHN
NEW
4 Press Jog Dial.
Telephone Features
MASSAGE
RING OFF
(GO BACK)
DIAL
EDIT
NEW
42US
OLD
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
5 Turn Jog Dial to choose “DIAL”, and then press
Jog Dial.
The phone number will be dialed.
Telephone Features
Tips
• When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
• If there is no data recorded in the selected alphabet group in step 2, the data
memory of the next following group will be displayed.
• You may press (TALK) on the cordless handset to make a call instead of
doing steps 4 and 5.
• If an access number of the long distance call is set up with the EZ access
function, you can add the access number to the phone number and make a
call by pressing (EZ ACCESS) after step 3. For setting up the EZ access
function, see page 23.
continued
Telephone Features
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Phone Directory (continued)
Changing a stored name and/or phone
number
1
Display the name you want to change by doing
steps 1 to 3 on page 42.
BROWN JOHN
SONY
SMITH JOHN
NEW
2
Press Jog Dial.
Turn Jog Dial to choose “EDIT”, and then press
Jog Dial.
The cursor “_” is at the right of the name.
Turn Jog Dial to choose “P”, then press Jog Dial
or press (ERASE) to erase the characters, and
enter the new name.
If you want to change only the number, skip this
step.
5
Press (PGM).
The cursor is at the right of the phone number.
Press (ERASE) to erase the number, and enter
the new number.
If you don’t want to change the number, skip
this step.
7
Press (PGM).
You hear a long confirmation beep and the
name and/or the number is changed.
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Telephone Features
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
SONY
1234567_
NEW
6
RING OFF
SONY_
ABCDEFGHIJKLMN
OPQRSTUVWXYZ
NEW
4
MASSAGE
(GO BACK)
DIAL
EDIT
NEW
3
OLD
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
Erasing a memory location
To erase the phone number one by one
Display the name you want to erase by doing
steps 1 to 3 on page 42.
1
BROWN JOHN
SONY
SMITH JOHN
NEW
2
Press Jog Dial.
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
(GO BACK)
NO
YES
NEW
4
RING OFF
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
Turn Jog Dial to choose “YES”, and then press
Jog Dial.
You hear a long confirmation beep and the
memory location is erased.
Telephone Features
Turn Jog Dial to choose “ERASE DIRECTORY”,
and then press Jog Dial.
MASSAGE
(GO BACK)
DIAL
EDIT
NEW
3
OLD
To erase the entire memory at once
Press (PGM).
1
2
Turn Jog Dial to choose “MEMORY
MANAGE”, and then press Jog Dial.
(GO BACK)
PHONE DIRECTORY
MEMORY MANAGE
NEW
3
Turn Jog Dial to choose “ERASE ALL DIR”,
and then press Jog Dial.
Turn Jog Dial to choose “ERASE DIRECTORY”,
and then press Jog Dial.
You hear a long confirmation beep and the
entire memory is erased.
MASSAGE
RING OFF
(GO BACK)
NO
ERASE DIRECTORY
NEW
4
OLD
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
continued
Telephone Features
45US
Phone Directory (continued)
Transferring the Phone Directory memory
(when the system has any other additional
cordless handsets)
The Phone Directory memory can be transferred one by one or all at
once (with a maximum of 50 numbers) from a cordless handset to an
additional cordless handset. This function works only when one or
more additional cordless handsets are available on the system.
Make sure the base unit and the other cordless handsets to receive the
memory are not in use before you start the setting.
To transfer one phone number from the Phone Directory
Example: From HANDSET 1 to HANDSET 2.
1
Display the name you want to transfer by doing
steps 1 to 3 on page 42.
BROWN JOHN
SONY
SMITH JOHN
NEW
2
Press Jog Dial.
Turn Jog Dial to choose “SEND DIRECTORY”,
and then press Jog Dial.
4
When the system has an additional cordless
handset
MASSAGE
RING OFF
(GO BACK)
DIAL
EDIT
NEW
3
OLD
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
You hear a long confirmation beep and the
memory is transferred.
When the system has two or more additional
cordless handsets
Turn Jog Dial to choose “TO HANDSET 2” or
station number of the cordless handset to which
you are forwarding the memory, and then press
Jog Dial.
You hear a long confirmation beep and the
memory is transferred.
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Telephone Features
(GO BACK)
TO HANDSET 2
TO HANDSET 3
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
To transfer all phone numbers from the Phone Directory
The Phone Directory receiving the transfer will be totally overwritten.
1
Press (PGM).
2
Turn Jog Dial to choose “MEMORY
MANAGE”, and then press Jog Dial.
3
Turn Jog Dial to choose “SEND ALL DIR”, and
then press Jog Dial.
4
When the system has an additional cordless
handset
(GO BACK)
REC. CAPACITY
SEND ALL DIR
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
Skip this step.
Turn Jog Dial to choose “TO HANDSET 2” or
station number of the cordless handset to which
you are forwarding the memory, and then press
Jog Dial.
5
Turn Jog Dial to choose “SEND DIRECTORY”,
and then press Jog Dial.
“SENDING…” appears on the display during
the transfer.
You hear a long confirmation beep and the
entire memory is transferred.
(GO BACK)
TO HANDSET 2
TO HANDSET 3
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
(GO BACK)
NO
SEND DIRECTORY
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
Telephone Features
When the system has two or more additional
cordless handsets
RING OFF
Notes
• If there are already 50 numbers stored in the Phone Directory receiving the
transferred number one by one from the other Phone Directory,
“RECEIVER’S MEMORY IS FULL” will appear on the display and five
short error beeps will be heard to indicate that the transfer was unsuccessful.
To make the transfer possible, erase one of the stored phone numbers existing
in the Phone Directory (see page 45).
• If the transfer is unsuccessful, “ERROR” will appear on the display, and five
short error beeps will be heard. Move the sending unit closer to the receiving
unit, make sure the receiving unit is not in use, and then start over the
procedure.
• To check the station number assigned to the cordless handset, see page 26.
Telephone Features
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Locating the handsets
You can page the handsets from the base unit.
Note that you cannot page if the handset is in use.
Press (HANDSET LOCATOR).
All the cordless handsets on the
system ring for about one
minute.
To stop ringing, press (OFF) on
any of them.
Tip
You can page the handset even when “RINGER VOLUME” is set to “RING
OFF”.
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Telephone Features
Switching the phones during a call
(when the system has any other additional cordless
handsets)
You can easily switch from the cordless handset to another cordless
handset without disconnecting the call. This function works only when
one or more additional cordless handsets are available on the system.
1 Press (HOLD) on the cordless
handset.
The call is on hold and “HOLD”
appears on the display.
2 Pick up another cordless
Telephone Features
Telephone Features
(TALK)
handset from the base unit or
the charger (When Quick talk is
set to “ON”; see page 38),
otherwise press (TALK) or
(HOLD) on another cordless
handset.
You can continue talking to the
caller through another cordless
handset.
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Intercom Operation
Talking between the phones – Intercom
– Walkie-Talkie function
(when the system has any other additional cordless
handsets)
You can make an intercom conversation between a couple of cordless handsets
(Walkie-Talkie function) of the same phone system far from the base unit (e.g. use out
of doors). You can start the intercom from any cordless handset. This function works
only when one or more additional cordless handsets are available on the system.
Example: Making intercom call from station
number 1 to station number 2.
Press (INTERCOM).
1
2 When
the system has an additional cordless
handset
Skip this step.
When the system has two or more
additional cordless handsets
Turn Jog Dial to choose “TO HANDSET 2”,
and then press Jog Dial.
(TALK)
3 Both
cordless handsets ring and
“** INTERCOM 2 **” appears on the
display of the cordless handset whose station
number is 1 and “** INTERCOM 1 **”
appears on the display of the cordless handset
whose station number is 2.
When a person at the cordless handset whose
station number is 2 picks up the cordless
handset from the charger (When Quick talk is
set to “ON”; see page 38), or presses (TALK)
or (INTERCOM), you can talk with each other.
4 When
you are done talking, replace the
cordless handset on the base unit or the
charger, or press (OFF).
If no one answers the phone
Press (INTERCOM) again.
Notes
• If there is an incoming outer line call during the intercom conversation between a couple of
cordless handsets (Walkie-Talkie function), intercom call will not be disconnected. When you
answer the outer line call, press (OFF) to end the intercom conversation.
• To check the station number assigned to the cordless handset, see page 26.
Tip
You can receive an intercom call on the cordless handset even when the ringer volume is set to
off. The cordless handset will ring at a low level.
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Intercom Operation
Transferring a call
(when the system has any other additional cordless
handsets)
You can transfer a call between the cordless handsets without disconnecting the call.
This function works only when one or more additional cordless handsets are
available on the system.
Example: Transferring a call from station
number 1 to station number 2.
1 Press (INTERCOM).
(OFF)
The call is put on hold.
2 When
the system has an additional
cordless handset
Skip this step.
When the system has two or more
additional cordless handsets
Turn Jog Dial to choose “TO HANDSET 2”,
and then press Jog Dial.
of the cordless handset whose station
number is 1 and “** INTERCOM 1 **”
appears on the display of the cordless
handset whose station number is 2.
4 Pick
up the cordless handset whose station
number is 2 from the charger (When Quick
talk is set to “ON”; see page 38), or press
(TALK) or (INTERCOM) on the cordless
handset.
You can talk with each other.
Intercom Operation
3 Both
cordless handsets ring and “**
INTERCOM 2 **” appears on the display
5 To
talk to the caller with the cordless handset whose station number is 2,
replace the cordless handset on the base unit or press (OFF) on the
cordless handset whose station number is 1.
“TALK” appears on the display of the cordless handset whose station
number is 2.
If no one answers the phone
Press (INTERCOM) again.
Tip
You can receive an intercom call on the cordless handset even when the ringer volume is set to
off. The cordless handset will ring at a low level.
Intercom Operation
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Answering Machine Features
Preparing the answering machine
Recording the greeting
This answering machine has prerecorded greetings (see page 53).
However, you can record your own greeting.
The greeting must be between two seconds and one minute long.
You can record only one greeting, and it is used regardless of the
answering mode (“normal” and “announcement only” modes. See
page 56). Therefore, if you decide to change the mode, make sure that
you record a new greeting to match the answering mode.
Greeting recording is only available on the base unit.
(ERASE)
1 Press (GREETING REC).
You hear a voice guidance and a
long confirmation beep.
2 After the tone, start recording.
Speak about 12 inches (30 cm)
away from the microphone.
MIC (Microphone)
3 Press (MESSAGE PLAY/STOP) to
stop recording.
The phone automatically
replays the recorded greeting.
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Answering Machine Features
Notes
• If recording did not succeed, you hear five short error beeps. Start over the
procedure.
• If a call comes in while recording a greeting, recording is cancelled. Start
over the procedure.
• If you hear five short error beeps while recording, the recording area may be
full. In this case, erase unnecessary messages (see page 63).
Tips
• If one minute have passed in step 2, recording stops automatically.
• To record the greeting from a touch-tone phone, see page 67.
Prerecorded greeting
Normal mode:
“Hello, I’m unable to answer your call right now.
Please leave your name, number and message after
the tone.”
Announcement only mode: “Hello, I’m unable to answer your call right now.
Please call again. Thank you.”
Tips
• If you wish to record your own “announcement only” greeting, follow the
above sequence after setting “ANSWERING MODE” to “ANNOUNCE
ONLY” (page 56). Otherwise, the “normal” greeting will be recorded.
• You have to change the message each time you change the mode.
To check the greeting
Press (GREETING PLAY).
Answering Machine Features
To change the greeting
Record a new greeting. The new greeting replaces the old one.
To erase the greeting
Press (GREETING PLAY) to start playback of the recorded greeting, and
then press (ERASE) on the base unit during playback.
To go back to the factory preset greeting
Erase your own greeting by doing step above. This will bring back the
original greeting.
continued
Answering Machine Features
53US
Preparing the answering machine (continued)
Selecting the ring time
You can select the number of rings before the answering machine starts
to play back the greeting and records incoming messages. There are three
options of ring time. The ring time is preset to “TOLL SAVER”.
You can set the ring time only with the cordless handset. Make sure
the base unit* is not in use before you start the setting.
* If the system includes additional cordless handsets, it is necessary to stop
using them before you start the setting as well.
Turn
1 Press (PGM).
2 Turn
Jog Dial to choose
“ANSWERING”, and then press
Press
Jog Dial.
3 Turn Jog Dial to choose
“RINGER TIMES”, and then
press Jog Dial.
(GO BACK)
2 TIMES
5 TIMES
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
4 Turn Jog Dial to select a ring
duration, and then press Jog
Dial. (See the table for details.)
You hear a long confirmation
beep.
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Set “RINGER TIMES” to
Mode
“TOLL SAVER”
If new messages have been recorded, the phone
answers at the second ring and records incoming
messages; if no new messages are recorded, it
answers at the fifth ring. When you call from an
outside phone and hear three rings, you know that
there are no new messages. If you hang up at this
point before the phone answers, you can save the
toll for the call.
“5 TIMES”
The phone always answers at the fifth ring and
records incoming messages.
“2 TIMES”
The phone always answers at the second ring and
records incoming messages.
Answering Machine Features
Note
• Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
• When “ERROR” appears on the display and five short error beeps are heard
after Jog Dial is pressed in step 4, move the cordless handset closer to the
base unit, and then start over the procedure.
Tip
When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
Selecting the recording quality
For the user who does not utilize the maximum recording capacity
(about 20 minutes), you can select a higher recording grade and enjoy
superior sound quality and clarity compared to the standard (NORM)
grade. As higher sound quality uses up more memory capacity, the
maximum recording time changes accordingly.
You can set the recording quality only with the cordless handset. Make
sure the base unit* is not in use before you start the setting.
* If the system includes additional cordless handsets, it is necessary to stop
using them before you start the setting as well.
Turn
Press
1 Press (PGM).
2 Turn Jog Dial to choose
3 Turn Jog Dial to choose
“RECORD QUALITY”, and
then press Jog Dial.
(GO BACK)
HI(SHORT PLAY)
MID
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
4 Turn Jog Dial to choose “HI
(SHORT PLAY)”, “MID” or
“NORM (LONG PLAY)”, and
then press Jog Dial.
Answering Machine Features
“ANSWERING”, and then press
Jog Dial.
You hear a long confirmation
beep.
continued
Answering Machine Features
55US
Preparing the answering machine (continued)
Notes
• Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
• The approx. length of the three recording grades are:
“HI (SHORT PLAY)”– 8 minutes
“MID”– 15 minutes
“NORM (LONG PLAY)”– 20 minutes
Actual recording time may vary.
• When “ERROR” appears on the display and five short error beeps are heard
after Jog Dial is pressed in step 4, move the cordless handset closer to the
base unit, and then start over the procedure.
Tip
When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
Selecting the answering mode
You can set the answering machine to record incoming messages
(normal mode), or just make an announcement without recording
messages (announcement only mode). You can record your own
greeting, or use the factory pre-recorded greetings.
You can set the answering mode only with the cordless handset. Make
sure the base unit* is not in use before you start the setting.
* If the system includes additional cordless handsets, it is necessary to stop
using them before you start the setting as well.
Turn
Press
1 Press (PGM).
2 Turn Jog Dial to choose
“ANSWERING”, and then press
Jog Dial.
(GO BACK)
ANSWERING MODE
AUDIBLE INDIC.
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
3 Turn Jog Dial to choose
“ANSWERING MODE”, and
then press Jog Dial.
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Answering Machine Features
4 Turn Jog Dial to choose “ANNOUNCE ONLY” or “NORMAL”, and
then press Jog Dial.
You hear a long confirmation beep.
Answering mode
When you wish to
Pre-recorded greeting
“ANSWERING MODE”
is set to “NORMAL”
(normal mode)
play a greeting to ask the caller
to leave a message.
“Hello, I’m unable to answer
your call right now. Please leave
your name, number and
message after the tone.”
“ANSWERING MODE”
is set to “ANNOUNCE
ONLY” (announcement
only mode)
make an announcement to the
caller without accepting
incoming messages when, for
example, you are away on a
long vacation.
“Hello, I’m unable to answer
your call right now. Please call
again. Thank you.”
Notes
• Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
• The same greeting is used regardless of the answering mode. Therefore, if
you decide to change the mode, make sure that you record a new greeting to
match the answering mode.
• When “ERROR” appears on the display and five short error beeps are heard
after Jog Dial is pressed in step 4, move the cordless handset closer to the
base unit, make sure the base unit is not in use, and then start over the
procedure.
Answering Machine Features
Tips
• When the base unit is in announcement only mode, “An” will appear on the
message counter.
• When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
continued
Answering Machine Features
57US
Preparing the answering machine (continued)
When the memory is full
The recording area of this phone’s memory is about 20 minutes*
(including the greeting, messages, and memo). If the remaining
recording area becomes less than 30 seconds, “FL” flashes on the
message counter and the phone automatically switches to
announcement only mode, which does not record messages, and the
greeting will be switched to the pre-recorded greeting. Confirm the
available time left for recording (page 62).
* Available time for recording at “NORM (LONG PLAY)” sound quality.
If you wish to record more messages, erase the existing messages (see
page 63). You can also erase the messages from an outside phone (see
page 67).
Setting the audible message indicator
You have the option of having a beep to tell you if you have received
any new messages. The audible message indicator is preset to “ON”.
You can set the audible message indicator only with the cordless
handset. Make sure the base unit* is not in use before you start the
setting.
* If the system includes additional cordless handsets, it is necessary to stop
using them before you start the setting as well.
1
2
Press (PGM).
3
Turn Jog Dial to choose “AUDIBLE INDIC.”, and then press
Jog Dial.
4
Turn Jog Dial to choose “ON” or “OFF”, and then press Jog
Dial.
Turn Jog Dial to choose “ANSWERING”, and then press Jog
Dial.
You hear a long confirmation beep.
Note
When “ERROR” appears on the display and five short error beeps are heard
after Jog Dial is pressed in step 4, move the cordless handset closer to the base
unit, make sure the base unit is not in use, and then start over the procedure.
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Answering Machine Features
Turning on the answering
function
Press (ANSWER ON/OFF) so that it
lights up in red.
Notes
• When the memory is full, you hear five short error beeps and you cannot turn
on the answering function. Erase unnecessary messages (see page 63).
• If four minutes have passed while recording the incoming message, the line is
automatically disconnected.
• If the message is shorter than two seconds, it will not be recorded.
Tips
• The answering machine will automatically answer a call after 10 rings even if
the answering function is off.
• You can also turn on or off the answering function from an outside phone
(see page 67).
To turn off the answering function
Answering Machine Features
Press (ANSWER ON/OFF) so that the red light goes off.
Answering Machine Features
59US
Playing back messages
You can play back messages on both the base unit and the cordless handset.
When the phone is not in use and not in announcement only mode, the message
counter shows the following.
When you come home
(ANSWER ON/OFF)
(VOL +)
(VOL -)
(ERASE)
Message counter
SKIP >/QUICK
REPEAT ./REVIEW
(MESSAGE PLAY/STOP)
Jog Dial
VOL switch
(HOLD/PLAY)
(1) REPEAT .
(ERASE)
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Answering Machine Features
(OFF)
(3) SKIP >
(PGM)
If (ANSWER ON/OFF) and the
number of new messages on the
message counter flash in red,
press (MESSAGE PLAY/STOP) on
the base unit or
(HOLD/PLAY) on the cordless
handset.
The machine plays back from
the newest message received.
Additional tasks when playing back messages
To
Do this
Adjust the answering volume
Press (VOL +) or (VOL -) on the base unit.
There are 7 steps for the answering volume
level.
Adjust the cordless handset
Set the VOL switch on the cordless handset to
volume H (high), M (middle) or L (low).
Stop playback
Press (MESSAGE PLAY/STOP) on the base unit
or (OFF) on the cordless handset.
Skip to the next message
Press
/QUICK on the base unit or
(3) SKIP > on the cordless handset while the
current message is playing.
Repeat the current message
Press
/REVIEW on the base unit
or (1) REPEAT . on the cordless handset
while the current message is playing.
Go back to previous messages Press
/REVIEW on the base unit
or (1) REPEAT . on the cordless handset
within the first three seconds of the current
message.
Review playback
Keep
/REVIEW on the base unit
pressed during playback.
Play back quickly
Keep
/QUICK on the base unit
pressed during playback.
Answering Machine Features
Notes
• The message counter shows the total number of “new” messages. Therefore,
it is reset to “ 0” when you play back all new messages, even they are not
erased yet. Be sure to erase unnecessary messages before the memory
becomes full. Confirm the available time left for recording (page 62).
• The phone can record up to 99 messages including the greeting and memo.
• If a call comes in during playback, the playback stops.
• You cannot reproduce a message in quick play or review play with the
cordless handset.
Tips
• You can also listen to the messages or erase the messages from a outside
phone (page 67).
• During playback of messages with Caller ID data, the name and phone
number will appear on the display. If there is no name and phone number
data, “NO CALLER ID” will appear on the display.
During playback of memo, “MEMO MESSAGE” will appear on the display
on the cordless handset.
continued
Answering Machine Features
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Playing back messages (continued)
Displaying remaining available recording
time for message
You can see how much recordable message quantity remains available
simply by checking the display.
The message recordable quantity is displayed in 14 levels. When all of
the squares on the display are black, it means that the memory is full.
You can perform the following procedure only with the cordless
handset.
1
2
Press (PGM).
3
Turn Jog Dial to choose “REC. CAPACITY”,
and then press Jog Dial.
Turn Jog Dial to choose “MEMORY
MANAGE”, and then press Jog Dial.
RECORDING MEMORY
CAPACITY
E
F
NEW
4
OLD
Press (OFF) to return to the standby mode
display.
Note
When the memory is full, “FL” will flash on the message counter on the base
unit.
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Answering Machine Features
MASSAGE
RING OFF
Erasing messages
To erase the message one by one
Press (ERASE) while the message is being played back.
You hear a voice guidance and the message is erased.
To erase the entire messages at once
Entire message deletion can only be made on the base unit.
You cannot erase the entire messages at once if there is a new message
that has not yet been played back.
Press (ERASE).
You hear a voice guidance “All of your messages have been
erased” and then the entire messages are erased.
Note
If a power interruption occurs or the AC power adaptor is disconnected while
erasing a message, all recorded message may be erased.
Answering Machine Features
Answering Machine Features
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Screening incoming calls
You can screen calls by leaving the answering function on (see page 59) while you are
at home. When a call is answered, you can hear the message being recorded through
the base unit or cordless handset but the caller cannot hear you. Then, you can decide
whether to answer the call or not. This function is available both the base unit and the
cordless handset. However, the following procedures are required in order to screen
incoming calls on the cordless handset.
Screening incoming calls
on the cordless handset
Press (HOLD/PLAY) while
“** ANSWERING **” is displayed.
(OFF)
“CALL SCREENING” appears on
the display of the cordless handset.
(TALK)
To answer the call
Press (TALK) on the cordless
handset.
Recording is stopped and you can
speak to the caller.
Note
If the answering volume is set to minimum, you cannot screen the calls on the base unit.
Tips
• You can conclude call screening by pressing (OFF) on the cordless handset.
• You can also answer the call by picking up the handset on another phone if it is connected to
the same line.
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Answering Machine Features
Recording a memo
You can record a “memo” (up to four minutes) as a personal reminder
or as a message for other people. You can play back the recorded
memo like any incoming messages (see page 60).
Memo recording is only available on the base unit.
1 Press (MEMO REC).
You hear a voice guidance and a
long confirmation beep.
2 After the tone, start recording.
Speak about 12 inches (30 cm)
away from the microphone.
3 Press (MEMO REC) to stop
MIC (Microphone)
recording.
The message number in the
display increases by one.
Tip
If four minutes have passed in step 2, recording stops automatically, and the
recorded memo is counted as a new message.
Answering Machine Features
Answering Machine Features
Notes
• If you press (MEMO REC) when the memory is full (available time for
recording is displayed as running short), you hear five short error beeps and
you cannot record a memo.
• If a call comes in while recording a memo, recording is canceled. Start over
the procedure.
• If the remaining memory becomes full while recording, recording stops
automatically.
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Operating from an outside phone
You can call from a touch-tone phone and pick up new messages
recorded on the phone. First, you just set the remote ID code (security
code) and turn on the answering function before going out.
The remote ID code (security code) setting can only be made on the
cordless handset.
Setting the remote ID code (security code)
Turn
Press
1 Press (PGM).
2 Turn Jog Dial to choose
“ANSWERING”, and then press
Jog Dial.
3 Turn Jog Dial to choose
“SECURITY CODE”, and then
press Jog Dial.
4 Enter four digits of remote ID
code (security code) between
0000 and 9999 using the dialing
keys.
5 Press (PGM).
The remote ID code (security
code) is set, and you hear a long
confirmation beep.
Note
Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
Tip
When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
To change the remote ID code (security code)
Enter a new remote ID code (security code). The new code will replace
the old one.
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Answering Machine Features
Picking up new messages
1
2
Call your phone from a touch-tone phone.
While you hear your greeting play, press (#). The greeting
stops.
After confirming the greeting stops, enter your remote ID
code (security code). You hear a long confirmation beep.
Following the voice guidance informing you of the number
of messages recorded, the phone stands by for you to enter a
control code.
3
To do other operations, enter the control code within 20
seconds (see the table below). To quit, hang up the phone.
Control codes for remote operations
Press
Play back messages
(#) (2)
Repeat the current message
(#) (1) while the message is being played back
Skip the current message
(#) (3) while the message is being played back
Erase the current message
(#) (9) while the message is being played back
Erase all messages
(#) (9)
Record a new greeting
(up to one minute)
(*) (7). When you hear a long beep, start recording your
greeting. Press (*) (*) to stop recording.
Turn on the answering function
(*) (0)
Turn off the answering function
(#) (0)
Stop the current operation
(*) (*)
If you forgot to turn the answering function on
Call your phone and let it ring 10 times until it answers. Then do steps
2 and 3 above. The control code for turning on the answering function
is (*) and (0).
Note
If you enter a wrong remote security code three times, the line will be
disconnected.
Answering Machine Features
To
To use the toll-saver feature
Set “RINGER TIMES” to “TOLL SAVER”. See page 54 for details.
Answering Machine Features
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Caller ID Features
Understanding the Caller ID service
Caller ID allows the caller’s phone number to be shown on the display
before you answer the call. In order to use this feature, you must first
subscribe to Caller ID service. The name of this service may vary
depending on your telephone company.
To use this feature, be sure to enter the area code (see page 17).
When you receive a call
The phone number appears on the display as shown in the following
example.
If your Caller ID service includes the caller name service or if the
phone number stored in the Phone Directory matches with the Caller
ID data phone number, the caller’s name also appears on the display
(up to 15 letters).
The caller’s name will appear by the name stored in the Phone
Directory if you receive a call from a phone number which is stored in
the Phone Directory.
Caller’s name
Caller’s phone number
SMITH
JOHN
1-201-123-4567
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
When you answer the call, the Caller ID display changes to the
“TALK” display.
Notes
• The caller’s phone number and/or name will not appear in the following
cases:
—“UNKNOWN NUMBER/NAME/CALLER” (out of area) : when the call is
made through a telephone company which does not offer Caller ID service
(including international calls).
—“BLOCKED NUMBER/NAME/CALL” (private) : when the call is
“blocked”. For privacy reasons, many states allow callers the option to
prevent his or her telephone data from being displayed on the other
party’s Caller ID display.
• If the call is from an office which uses multiple lines, the displayed phone
number may not match the number you use to call the extension.
About the memory match function
The name stored in the Phone Directory will appear on the display and
the ringer sound will change to a higher tone from the second ring if
you receive a call from a phone number which is stored in the Phone
Directory on the cordless handset (see page 39).
Note
The memory match function does not work with “UNKNOWN NUMBER/
NAME/CALLER” or “BLOCKED NUMBER/NAME/CALL” calls; and it may
not work with calls made from an office which uses multiple lines because the
number does not always match the one you stored in this phone.
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Caller ID Features
Looking at the Caller ID list
The phone stores the data of the last 70 calls received including
“UNKNOWN NUMBER/NAME/CALLER” and “BLOCKED
NUMBER/NAME/CALL” calls. It keeps track of all calls received;
even if they were not answered.
Viewing the Caller ID list
You can look through the Caller ID list on the cordless handset to
check the phone number and/or name of the calls received.
Turn
1 Turn Jog Dial.
Press
The display shows the number
of “NEW CALL” (calls which
you have not viewed) and
“OLD CALL” (calls which you
have viewed) calls.
CALLER ID
NEW CALL
OLD CALL
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
08
12
RING OFF
2 Turn Jog Dial down to display
(PGM)
older data or up to display
newer data.
Caller ID Features
Notes
• If a 71st call is received, the oldest data is automatically erased.
• When you have checked all data, “END OF LIST” appears.
Tips
• After playing back messages, a voice guidance will provide notice in regards
to new calls.
• When there are messages in the displayed Caller ID data, “MESSAGE” will
appear at the very bottom of the display. See “Playing back a message from
the Caller ID list” on page 73.
continued
Caller ID Features
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Looking at the Caller ID list (continued)
Erasing data from the Caller ID list
Old data will be erased automatically when a 71st call comes in, but
you can also manually erase unnecessary data one by one or erase the
entire list.
To erase the phone number one by one
1 Display the phone number you want to erase
from the Caller ID list (see page 69).
SMITH JOHN
1-201-123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
2
Press Jog Dial.
Turn Jog Dial to choose “ERASE CALLER ID”,
and then press Jog Dial.
OLD
OLD
Turn Jog Dial to choose “YES”, and then press
Jog Dial.
You hear a long confirmation beep and the data
is erased.
Note
Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
Tip
When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
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Caller ID Features
MASSAGE
RING OFF
(GO BACK)
NO
YES
NEW
4
MASSAGE RING OFF
(GO BACK)
DIAL
PLAY BACK
NEW
3
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
To erase the entire list at once
Entire Caller ID list deletion can only be made on the cordless handset.
Note that Caller ID data in the list that has not been viewed will also
be erased.
1
Press (PGM).
2
Turn Jog Dial to choose “MEMORY
MANAGE”, and then press Jog Dial.
(GO BACK)
REC. CAPACITY
SEND ALL DIR
NEW
3
Turn Jog Dial to choose “ERASE ALL CID”,
and then press Jog Dial.
MASSAGE
RING OFF
(GO BACK)
NO
ERASE CALLER ID
NEW
4
OLD
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
Turn Jog Dial to choose “ERASE CALLER ID”,
and then press Jog Dial.
You hear a long confirmation beep and the
entire list is erased.
Caller ID Features
Notes
• Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
• When “ERROR” appears on the display and five short error beeps are heard
after Jog Dial is pressed in step 4, move the cordless handset closer to the
base unit, make sure the base unit* is not in use, and then start over the
procedure.
* If the system includes additional cordless handsets, it is necessary to stop
using them before you start the setting as well.
Tip
When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
Caller ID Features
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Using the Caller ID list
By using the Caller ID list, you can call back a phone number from the
Caller ID list easily, play back messages, or store numbers from the
Caller ID list into the Phone Directory.
Calling back a number from the Caller ID list
Turn
Press
1 Display the phone number you
want to call from the Caller ID
list (see page 69).
SMITH JOHN
1-201-123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE RING OFF
2 Press Jog Dial.
(TALK)
(GO BACK)
DIAL
PLAY BACK
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
3 Turn Jog Dial to choose “DIAL”,
(EZ ACCESS)
and then press Jog Dial.
The phone automatically dials
the displayed number.
Notes
• If the area code is not entered, “ENTER AREA CODE” will appear on the
display, and you will not be able to call back. Enter the area code (see page
17).
• Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
• If the number displayed in step 1 is not the one you should call back, you can
change the number of digits of the phone number as described on page 75.
• If the phone is connected to a Private Branch Exchange (PBX), you may not
be able to call back from the Caller ID list because an outside line access digit
is necessary.
Tips
• You may press (TALK) on the cordless handset to make a call instead of
doing steps 2 and 3.
• If an access number of the long distance call is set up with the EZ access
function, you can add the access number to the phone number and make a
call by pressing (EZ ACCESS) after step 3. For setting up the EZ access
function, see page 23.
• When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
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Caller ID Features
Playing back a message from the Caller ID list
– Direct Message Access function
When there is a message in the received Caller ID data, you can play
back the message while continuing to display the Caller ID list.
Turn
Press
1 Display the phone number you
want to play back a message
from the Caller ID list (see page
69).
SMITH JOHN
1-201-123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
OLD
MESSAGE RING OFF
“MESSAGE” appears on the
display.
2 Press Jog Dial.
(HOLD/PLAY)
(GO BACK)
DIAL
PLAY BACK
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
3 Turn Jog Dial to choose “PLAY
BACK”, and then press Jog Dial.
Note
Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
Tips
• When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
• Messages can be played back by pressing (HOLD/PLAY) on the cordless
handset in step 1.
Caller ID Features
The message is played back.
continued
Caller ID Features
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Using the Caller ID list (continued)
Storing a number of the Caller ID list into
the Phone Directory
1
Display the name and phone number you want
to store from the Caller ID list (see page 69).
SMITH JOHN
1-201-123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
2
Confirm the number and press Jog Dial.
Turn Jog Dial to choose “PROGRAM”, and then
press Jog Dial.
The cursor “_” is at the right of the name.
MASSAGE RING OFF
(GO BACK)
DIAL
PLAY BACK
NEW
3
OLD
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
SMITH JOHN_
ABCDEFGHIJKLMN
OPQRSTUVWXYZ
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
Enter or change the name, if necessary (see page
44).
4
Press (PGM).
The cursor is at the right of the phone number.
Enter or change the phone number, if necessary
(see page 44).
5
Press (PGM).
You hear a long confirmation beep and the
name and number are stored.
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Caller ID Features
SMITH JOHN
12011234567_
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE
RING OFF
Notes
• If the area code is not entered, “ENTER AREA CODE” will appear on the
display, and you will not be able to store into the Phone Directory. Enter the
area code (see page 17).
• Do not allow more than 60 seconds to elapse during the operation procedure.
• If the number displayed in step 1 is not the one you should store, you can
change the number of digits of the phone number as described below.
• If the phone is connected to a Private Branch Exchange (PBX), you may need
to add an outside line access digit.
Tip
When you select “(GO BACK)”, you can return to the previous set display by
pressing Jog Dial.
To change the number of digits of the phone
number
If the number of digits of the phone number in the Caller ID list is
different from the actual phone number, you need to adjust the
number of digits of the phone number to call back or store into the
Phone Directory.
1
While the phone number from the Caller ID list is displayed,
press (#) repeatedly until the phone number with the
correct number of digits appears on the display.
Each time you press (#), the number of digits changes as
follows:
When the home area code and the local area code do
not match
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE RING OFF
SMITH JOHN
123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE RING OFF
SMITH JOHN
201-123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
OLD
Caller ID Features
SMITH JOHN
1-201-123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
MASSAGE RING OFF
SMITH JOHN
1-123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE RING OFF
continued
Caller ID Features
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Using the Caller ID list (continued)
When the home area code matches
SMITH JOHN
123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE RING OFF
SMITH JOHN
1-123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE RING OFF
SMITH JOHN
1-201-123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE RING OFF
SMITH JOHN
201-123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE RING OFF
When the local area code matches
SMITH JOHN
201-123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE RING OFF
SMITH JOHN
1-201-123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
2
OLD
MASSAGE RING OFF
SMITH JOHN
1-123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE RING OFF
SMITH JOHN
123-4567
01 7.04 4:53PM
NEW
OLD
MASSAGE RING OFF
Continue the operation to call or store the phone number
with the correct number of digits (pages 72 and 74).
Notes
• You need to adjust the number of digits each time you call back from the
Caller ID list as the changes to the Caller ID data is not stored in memory.
• You may not be able to change the number of digits depending on the Caller
ID data.
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Caller ID Features
Using “Caller ID with call waiting”
service
This telephone is compatible with the “Caller ID with call waiting”
service. Make sure that your telephone company offers this service.
Like the basic Caller ID service, you need to subscribe to “Caller ID
with call waiting” in order to use this service.
Even though you may have already subscribed to “Caller ID” and
“call waiting” as two separate services, you need to request a
subscription to “Caller ID with call waiting” as a single service.
This is a new service that combines the two services.
Even though you now have a “Caller ID with call waiting”
compatible phone, unless you subscribe to the combined “Caller ID
with call waiting” service, you will not be able to see the name
and number of the second caller.
When a new call comes in while you are talking, the caller’s name
and/or phone number of the new call appears on the display for about
20 seconds.
To switch to another caller
1 To switch to the new caller,
press (CALL WAITING/FLASH).
2 To switch back to the first caller,
Caller ID Features
Caller ID Features
press (CALL WAITING/FLASH)
again.
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Additional Information
Carrying the cordless handset by the
belt clip
You can hang the cordless handset on the belt using the belt clip.
Open the belt clip of the cordless
handset by pressing the top of it,
and then attach the cordless handset
to the belt.
Using the headset
You can talk on the cordless
handset without using your hands
by connecting a headset (optional)
to the I (HEADSET) jack on the
cordless handset.
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Additional Information
I (HEADSET)
jack
Notes on power sources
On battery pack
For the customers in the USA
• Store the battery pack at a
temperature between 41°F (5°C) and
95°F (35°C) for best performance.
RECYCLING NICKEL-CADMIUM
BATTERIES
• If you do not use the cordless handset
for a long period of time, remove the
battery pack after charging for more
than 12 hours.
On power failure
During a power interruption, you
cannot make or receive calls, and you
cannot use the answering machine.
Nickel-Cadmium batteries
are recyclable. You can help
preserve our environment
by returning your
unwanted batteries to your
nearest point for collection,
recycling or proper
disposal.
Note: In some areas the disposal of nickelcadmium batteries in household or
business trash may be prohibited.
RBRC (Rechargeable Battery Recycling
Corporation) advises you about spent battery
collection by the following phone number.
Call toll free number: 1-800-822-8837
(United States and Canada only)
Caution: Do not handle damaged or leaking
nickel-cadmium batteries.
Additional
Information
Additional Information
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Maintenance
• Clean the cabinets with a soft cloth
slightly moistened with water or a
mild detergent solution. Do not use
any type of abrasive pad, scouring
powder or solvent such as alcohol or
benzine as they may damage the
finish of the cabinet.
• If the charge terminals of the base unit
and cordless handset are soiled, wipe
them with a soft cloth.
If you have any questions or problems
concerning your phone, please consult
your nearest Sony dealer.
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Additional Information
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Remedy
You hear five short error
beeps when you press (TALK).
• Make sure you have set up the base unit correctly
(page 11).
• Move the cordless handset closer to the base unit.
• Make sure other cordless handsets are not making
intercom call, or another cordless handset is not
making outside call.
• Make sure another cordless handset is not checking
the Caller ID list, etc.
You hear no dial tone.
• Make sure the telephone line cord is securely
connected to the telephone outlet (page 12).
• Make sure the battery is fully charged (page 14).
The phone does not connect at
all, even though the number
you dial is correct.
• Make sure the dialing mode is set correctly (page 16).
The phone does not redial
correctly.
• Make sure the dialed number is really the one you
want to dial.
Even by pressing (EZ ACCESS), • Make sure that the registered call number is correct
(page23).
the desired call is not being
made.
The cordless handset does not
ring.
• Set the ringer volume on the cordless handset to high
or low. (page 38)
• The battery may be weak. Charge the battery for more
than 12 hours (page 14).
• Make sure you have set up the base unit correctly
(page 11).
• Move the cordless handset closer to the base unit, and
confirm a dial tone is heard by pressing (TALK) on the
cordless handset.
You hear interference during
conversation.
• Move the cordless handset closer to the base unit.
• Place the base unit away from noise sources (page 11).
• Place the base unit so that the antenna keeps away
from metal products.
You hear a beep every second
during a conversation and “ ”
appears on the display.
• This is the out-of-range alarm. Move the cordless
handset closer to the base unit within 30 seconds.
You hear a beep twice per
second and “BATTERY LOW”
appears on the display.
• The battery is weak. Charge the battery for more than
12 hours (page 14).
Additional
Information
During conversation
Receiving calls
EZ Access
function
Making calls
If you’ve experienced any of the following difficulties while using your
phone, use this troubleshooting guide to help you remedy the problem.
Should any problem persist, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
continued
Additional Information
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Remedy
Phone
Directory
You hear five short error beeps
and “NO OTHER HANDSET
REGISTERED” appears on the
display.
• You tried to transfer the Phone Directory memory
although the system has no additional cordless
handset.
You cannot make a call to an
additional cordless handset
even if you press (INTERCOM)
on the cordless handset and
you hear five short error beeps,
or the cordless handset does
not ring on reception of a call
from an additional cordless
handset.
• The battery may be week. Charge the battery for more
than 12 hours (page 14).
• Move the cordless handset closer to the other cordless
handset.
• Place the cordless handset away from noise sources
(page 11).
• Make sure a station number is assigned on the
additional cordless handset.
• Make sure another cordless handset is not in use.
You cannot assign a station
number on the additional
cordless handset.
• Make sure the system ID is correct.
• Make sure the cordless handset is fully charged (page
14).
• Make sure all the cordless handset is placed close to
the base unit.
• If the cordless handset was registered once, you
cannot change the registration, it can only be done by
service center. Please contact 1-800-222-7669 for Sony
Direct Response Center to get the service location.
Additional cordless handset
Symptom
Intercom
Troubleshooting (continued)
• Place the cordless handset on the charger. The station
You do not know the station
number of the cordless handset appears on the
number of the cordless handset.
display.
• Attach the supplied station number sticker on the
cordless handset for remembrance’ sake.
Answering machine
You cannot hear anything from • Press (VOL +) on the base unit to increase the
answering volume.
the speaker.
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No time stamp is heard.
• Make sure the day and time are set (page 21).
• The day and time may have been cleared due to a
power interruption. Set them again (page 21).
You cannot record the greeting
properly.
• Keep your message between two seconds and one
minute.
• Make sure you speak about 12 inches (30 cm) away
from the microphone when recording.
The phone does not record
messages.
• Check the answering mode. The phone cannot record
messages in announcement only mode (page 56).
• Make sure that the memory is not full. When the
remaining recording area is less than 30 seconds, the
phone switches to announcement only mode
automatically.
• The phone does not record a message that is shorter
than two seconds.
• Even if the message is longer than four minutes, the
phone only records up to four minutes.
Additional Information
Operating from an
outside phone
Caller ID
Symptom
Remedy
The phone does not accept
your remote ID code (security
code).
• Make sure you call from a touch-tone phone.
• Make sure you entered your remote ID code (security
code) within two seconds after you have entered (#).
You hear error beeps when you • Make sure the remote ID code (security code) is
enter your remote ID code
correct.
(security code).
A long confirmation beep does • Enter your remote ID code (security code) while the
not sound when you enter your
greeting is being played back.
remote ID code (security code). • Make sure you are calling from a touch-tone phone.
• Make sure you have subscribed to Caller ID service.
• Caller ID service may not work when the phone is
connected to a Private Branch Exchange (PBX).
• The call is made through company which does not
offer Caller ID service. “UNKNOWN NUMBER/
NAME/CALLER” will appear on the display.
• The call was “blocked.” “BLOCKED NUMBER/
NAME/CALL” will appear on the display.
• You have answered the call while “** RINGING **”
was displayed. Please answer the call after the second
ringer sound.
The caller’s name and/or
phone number does not
appear on the display during
call waiting.
• Make sure you have subscribed to “Caller ID with call
waiting” service (page 77).
• Make sure nobody is talking with another phone on
the same telephone line.
You cannot dial the number
from the Caller ID list.
• Make sure you entered your area code correctly
(page 17).
• You may need to change the number of digits of the
phone number (page 75).
• This function may not work when the phone is
connected to a Private Branch Exchange (PBX).
The memory match function
does not work.
• If the call is from an office which uses multiple lines,
the phone number may not match the number you
put in the memory.
• If you have stored phone number with an outside line
access digit in the Phone Directory because the phone
is connected to a Private Branch Exchange (PBX), the
phone number will not match the Caller ID data.
• If you have stored phone number of less than 7 digits
in the Phone Directory, the phone number will not
match the Caller ID data.
Additional
Information
The caller’s name and/or
phone number does not appear
on the display.
continued
Additional Information
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Troubleshooting (continued)
Power source/battery
Symptom
Remedy
The CHARGE lamp on the base • Wipe the charge terminals of the base unit, cordless
unit does not light up when
handset, and charger (supplied with the additional
you place the cordless handset
cordless handset) with a soft cloth for better contact of
to charge.
the charge terminals.
• Make sure the cordless handset is placed on the base
unit or the charger properly.
• Make sure the cordless handset is placed on the base
unit with front side facing forward.
• Use only the supplied AC-T133 AC power adaptor for
the base unit.
The battery duration is short.
• The battery pack was charged less than 12 hours (due
to power failure, etc.).
• The usage life of the battery has expired and needs
replacement.
• Use only the supplied AC-T133 AC power adaptor for
the base unit.
Note
Should any problems persist, press RESET on the bottom of the base unit with
the tip of a toothpick or some other sharp instrument. This has no effect on the
memory in the base unit.
RESET
Message counter
The message counter on the base unit shows the following information.
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When the counter shows
It means
Flashing number
Number of messages not yet played back.
PF
Flashes when the day and time is cleared or delayed
due to a power interruption, or when you connect the
base unit to the AC outlet for the first time. Reset the
time correctly (pages 21 to 22).
An
The announcement only mode is selected (pages 56 to 57).
FL
The recording area is full. Erase unnecessary messages
(page 63).
Additional Information
Specifications
General
Base unit
Spread method
Direct-Sequence Spread-Spectrum
Access method
FDMA-TDD
Frequency band
2.4075 - 2.4720 GHz
Operating channel
40 channels
Dial signal
Tone, 10 PPS (pulse) selectable
Supplied accessories
See page 10.
Power source
DC 9V from AC power adaptor
AC-T133
Dimensions
Approx. 6 5⁄8 × 3 3⁄8 × 7 7⁄8 inches (w/h/d),
antenna excluded
(approx. 167.5 × 84 × 200 mm)
Antenna: Approx. 4 3⁄ 8 inches
(approx. 108 mm)
Mass
Approx. 1 lb 1 oz
(approx. 485 g)
Cordless handset
Power source
Rechargeable battery pack BP-T38
Battery life
Standby: Approx. 6 days
Talk:
Approx. 5 hours
Battery charging time
Approx. 12 hours
Dimensions
Approx. 2 3⁄8 x 6 5⁄8 x 1 15⁄16 inches (w/h/d),
antenna excluded
(approx. 58 x 166 x 48 mm)
Antenna: Approx. 2 7⁄8 inches
(approx. 72 mm)
Mass
Approx. 8.1 oz
(approx. 230 g), battery included
Answering machine
Maximum recording time
About 20 minutes (at “NORM (LONG
PLAY)” recording quality), using
incorporated IC
Greeting message
Up to one minute
Incoming message
Up to 4 minutes/message
Memo
Up to 4 minutes/message
Design and specifications are subject to
change without notice.
Additional
Information
Additional Information
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Index
A
D
M
Adjusting volume
answering 61
cordless handset volume
33, 38
ringer volume 38
Answering machine
turning on 59
Answering mode 56
Area code 17
Audible indicate 58
Day and time stamp 21
Dialing mode
choosing 16
switching to the tone
temporarily 33
Direct Message Access
function 73
Directory
Phone Directory 39
Making calls 32
Memo 65
Memory match function
68
Messages 60
B
Erasing
Caller ID data 70
phone numbers dialed
36
messages 63
Phone Directory 45
EZ Access function 23, 33
Battery pack
charging 14
duration 15
BLOCKED NUMBER/
NAME/CALL 68
C
Call waiting service 33, 38
Caller ID 68
Caller ID list 69
calling back 72
memory match function
68
playing back a message
from the Caller ID list
73
storing in Phone
Directory 74
Caller ID with call waiting
77
Carrying the cordless
handset by the belt clip 78
Connection 12
Control codes for remote
operations 67
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E, F
G
Greeting 52
H
Headset 33, 37, 78
Hold 33, 38
Home area code 17
I, J, K
Identifying the parts 28
Intercom 50
L
Language of the display
27
Local area code 19
Locating the handset 48
Location, base unit 11
N
NO CONNECTION 32
O
Operating from an outside
phone 66
P, Q
Package contents 10
Playing back a message
from the Caller ID list 73
Phone Directory 39
Playing
announcement only 56
messages 60, 73
Pulse dialing 16
R
Receiving calls 37
Recording
greeting 52
memo 65
Recording quality 55
Redialing 35
Registering additional
cordless hansets 25
Remote ID code
(security code) 66
S
Screening calls 64
Setting up
base unit 11
cordless handset 14
Stamping messages with
day and time 21
Storing Caller ID list into
Phone Directory 74
Switching phones during a
call 49
T
Toll-saver feature 54
Talking between the
phones 50
Tone dialing
dialing mode 16
switching to 33
Transferring a call 51
Troubleshooting 81
U
UNKNOWN NUMBER/
NAME/CALLER 68
V
Volume
answering 61
cordless handset 33, 38
ringer 38
W, X, Y, Z
Walkie-Talkie function 50
Additional
Information
Additional Information
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For the customers in the USA
Be sure to save the receipt and attach it to your WARRANTY card when having
your equipment repaired at an authorized Sony service center.
For online product registration, please contact
www.sony.com/productregistration
Sony Corporation Printed in Taiwan, R.O.C.
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