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Uniden DECT1363BK Owner Manual
DECT1363 Series User's Guide
What's in the box?
DECT1363 base
with cordless
Not pictured:
- Rechargeable battery
- AC adapter (PS-0035)
- Telephone cord
 If any items are missing or damaged, contact our Customer Care Line
immediately. Never use damaged products!
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Ft. Worth, Texas
Printed in Vietnam
What’s in the manual?
Chain Dialing.............................. 11
Getting Started............................. 3
Using a Voice Mail Service......... 11
Installing Your Phone................... 3
Getting to Know Your Phone....... 4 Important Information............... 12
Using the Menu........................... 6
Solving Problems....................... 12
AC Adapter and Battery
Using Your Phone......................... 8
Information............................. 15
Basics........................................... 8
Compliance Information............ 16
Using the Phonebook................ 10
Warranty (1 Year, Limited)........ 19
Finding the Handset................... 11
Using Special Features................ 11
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:
 This unit is NOT waterproof. DO NOT expose it to rain/moisture.
 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.
 Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an
electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from
 Do not use a telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
 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.
 Do not place the handset in any charging cradle without the battery
installed and the battery cover securely in place.
CAUTION! Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type!
Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions. Do not open
or mutilate the battery. Disconnect the battery before shipping this
For more details, see the Important Information section.
Getting Started
Installing Your Phone
Charge the Battery
1. Unpack the handset, battery pack,
and battery cover. If you need to
remove the battery cover, press in
on the notch and slide the cover
down and off.
2. Line up the battery connector with the jack inside the handset.
(The battery connector will only fit one way.)
. Push the connector in until it clicks into place; tug gently on the
wires to make sure the battery pack is securely connected.
4. Replace the battery cover and slide it into place.
. Connect the AC adapter to the AC IN 8V jack on the base. Set the
plug into the notch.
6. Plug the other end of the adapter into a standard 120V AC outlet.
7. Place the handset in the base with the display facing forward. The
display on the handset should light up; if it doesn’t, reseat the
handset or try plugging the AC adapter into a different outlet.
Charge the handset completely (about 15 hours) before using it.
Connect the Telephone Cord
Use the telephone cord to connect the TEL LINE jack on the base to a
standard telephone wall jack.
Test the Connection
1. Pick up the handset from the cradle and press Talk. You should
hear a dial tone, and the display should say Talk.
 If you don't hear a dial tone or the display says Check Tel Line,
check the connection between the base and the phone jack.
2. Make a quick test call. (Press End to hang up.)
 If you keep hearing a dial tone, try changing to pulse dialing mode.
 If there is a lot of noise, see page 13 for tips on avoiding
Changing from Tone to Pulse Dialing
Your phone communicates with the telephone network in two ways:
tone dialing or pulse dialing. Most telephone companies use tone
dialing. If your phone company uses pulse dialing, you will need to
change your phone’s dial mode.
1. From the handset, open the menu and select Global Setup. (See
page 6 for details on using the menu.)
2. Select Dial Mode, then select Pulse. The phone sounds a
confirmation tone.
If you use pulse dialing and you need to send DTMF tones during a call
(if you're using an automated response system, for example), press
to temporarily switch to tone dialing. When the call ends, the phone
automatically returns to pulse dialing mode.
Getting to Know Your Phone
12-key dial pad
Base key and how it works
Key (icon)
What it does
- In standby: page the handset.
Handset keys/LEDs and how they work
Key (icon)
What it does
- In standby: start a telephone call (get a dial tone).
- During a call: switch to a waiting call.
- During a call: hang up.
- In the menu or any list: exit and go to standby.
- In standby: increase the ringer volume.
- During a call: increase the audio volume.
Up (
- In any menu or list: move the cursor up one line.
- In standby: decrease the ringer volume.
- During a call: decrease the audio volume.
Down ( )
- In any menu or list: move the cursor down one line.
- In standby or during a call: open the phonebook.
- In the menu: go back to the previous screen.
left ( )
- During text entry: move the cursor to the left.
- In standby or during a call: open the Caller ID list.
Caller ID
- During text entry: move the cursor to the right.
- In standby: open the menu.
- In the menu or any list: select the highlighted item.
- In standby: open the redial list.
- While entering a phone number: insert a 2-second
- In standby: access your voice mail service.
- During a call: mute the microphone.
mute-CLEAR - If the phone is ringing: mute the ringer for this call
- While entering text: Delete the entered text.
What it means
- On: the battery is charging.
- Blinking: there are new messages.
Reading the Display
This table shows possible status icons and what they mean. Since the
icons appear based on what you're doing with the phone, you won't
ever see all of these icons at the same time.
What it means
The ringer is turned off and will not ring for new calls.
You have a voice message waiting.
The microphone is muted; the caller can't hear you.
T-coil mode is on (see page 13).
The battery is 1) fully charged, 2) half charged, 3) getting
low, or 4) empty.
[Aa] [aA]
Enter 1) capital or 2) lower case letters (see page 7).
Using the Menu
To open the
menu, press
to choose the
highlighted option.
The cursor
shows the
To move the
cursor, use
Ringer Tones
Handset Setup
Day & Time
Global Setup
To go back a
screen, press
press END
to exit the
 If you open the
menu during a call,
use LEFT to back out
of the menu without
hanging up.
 If you don't press
any keys for about
thirty seconds, the
handset exits the
Handset Setup Menu
Ringer Tones
Turn on T-coil mode to reduce noise on some hearing
aids (for more details, see page 13).
Choose the handset's ring tone. As you highlight each
ring tone, the phone plays a sample. When you hear
the tone you want, press Menu/select.
Have the handset answer a call when you pick it up
from the cradle (without pressing any buttons).
Have the handset answer a call when you press any
key on the 12-key dialpad.
Any Key
Change the display language.
Key Touch Tone Have the keypad sound a tone when you press a key.
Day & Time Menu
Use this menu to set the clock manually. (If you have Caller ID, the
phone sets the day and time from the CID data.) Select the day of week,
then use the number keypad to enter the hour and minutes in HHMM
format (e.g., enter 0345 for 3:45). Use UP or DOWN to select AM/PM.
Global Setup Menu
Dial Mode
Edit Voice
VMWI Reset
Change the way your phone communicates with the
telephone network (see page 4).
Program your voice mail access number so you can get
messages by pressing one button (see page 11).
Reset your Visual Message Waiting Indicator to bring it
back in sync with your voice mail service.
Entering Text on Your Phone
Use the 12-key dial pad when you want to enter text into your phone
(a name in the phonebook, etc.).
 The phone defaults to a capital letter for the first letter and any
letter after a space; otherwise, it uses small letters.
 To switch to all capital letters, press . The phone defaults to all
capital letters first (e. g. ABCabc2) until you enter a blank space or
press again. (Any time you want to change case, just press .)
 If two letters in a row use the same number key, enter the first letter
and wait a few seconds (or press RIGHT); the cursor will move to the
next space. Enter the next letter.
 Press # to enter a blank space.
 To change a letter, move the cursor to that letter and press CLEAR to
erase the letter. Then, enter the new letter.
 To erase the entire entry, press and hold CLEAR.
 Press 0 to cycle through all available symbols and punctuation.
Using Your Phone
To do this...
make a call
answer a call
hang up
mute the microphone
during a call
mute the ringer for this
call only
Do this...
Dial the number, then press Talk/flash.
Press Talk/flash.
Press End or put the handset in the cradle.
Press MESSAGES/MUTE-CLEAR. Press again to
turn the microphone back on.
While the phone is ringing, press MESSAGES/
Changing the Volume
Anytime you are listening to the earpiece, press Up to increase the
volume and Down to decrease it.
To set the ringer volume: when the phone is in standby, press Up to
increase the ringer volume and Down to decrease it. If you turn the
ringer volume all the way down, the ringer turns off.
Using the Caller ID and Redial Lists
Caller ID (CID) is a service available from your telephone provider
that shows the phone number (and sometimes the caller’s name) of
incoming calls. Contact your telephone provider for more information.
Caller ID list
Redial list
- When a call comes in, the phone displays the
number and name (if available) of the caller.
- The handset
- The phone saves the information for the last
remembers the
30 received calls to the CID list.
last 5 numbers
- When it’s in standby, the handset shows how
you dialed on it.
many calls came in since the last time you
checked the CID list.
Open the CID list
Open the redial list
Scroll through the
Dial a number from
the lists
Close the lists
Follow these steps:
Press Caller ID/right.
Press DOWN to scroll from newest to oldest.
Press UP to scroll from oldest to newest.
Highlight the number you want and press
Press Phonebook/left.
* If the number is a toll or long distance call, but there's no 1 at the front of
the CID record, press to add the 1 before dialing.
To select a number, highlight the number and press Menu/select. The
phone gives you the following options:
Delete Entry Erase the number from the list.
Add the number to the phonebook. The handset prompts
Store Into Pb
you to edit the name and number.
Delete All
(CID list only) Erase all numbers from the list.
Using Call Waiting
Call Waiting, a service available from your telephone provider, lets you
receive calls while you are on another call. Caller ID on Call Waiting
(CIDCW) service displays Caller ID information for a waiting call.
If you get a Call Waiting call, the phone sounds a tone and displays any
CID information received from the waiting call. Press Talk/flash to
switch between the current call and the waiting call; each time you
switch, there is a short pause before you're connected to the other call.
Using the Phonebook
The phone can store up to 30 entries in its phonebook.
Open/close the phonebook
Scroll through the entries
Jump to entries that start
with a certain letter
Dial an entry
Down (to scroll through the phonebook
from A to Z) or Up (to scroll from Z to A).
the number key corresponding to the
letter you want.
Up or Down to find the entry you want to
dial, then press Talk/flash.
Phonebook Menu Options
Open the phonebook with the phone in standby, then press Menu/
select to open the phonebook menu. Choose one of these options:
Create New
Delete All
Add an entry to your phonebook. The phone prompts you
to enter a name and number.
Erase all the entries in the phonebook.
 If you need the phone to pause before sending the next set of digits,
press Redial/pause to insert a 2-second pause. The pause shows as a
P in the display.
 You can insert as many pauses as you need, but each pause counts
as one of your 20 digits.
Phonebook Entry Options
With the phone in standby, open the phonebook and find the entry
you want. Press Menu/select to open the individual phonebook entry
menu. The phone prompts you to edit or delete the entry.
Finding the Handset
With the phone in standby, press Find on the base. The handset will
beep in a 3-beep pattern for 1 minute or until you press Find again.
You can also end the page by pressing any key from the found handset.
Using Special Features
Chain Dialing
If you often have to enter a series of digits or a code number during a
call, you can save that code number to a phonebook entry and use the
phonebook to send the code number.
1. Enter the code number (up to 20 digits) into the phonebook just
like a regular phonebook entry. Be sure to enter the code number
into the phonebook exactly as you would enter it during a call.
2. When you hear the prompt that tells you to enter the number,
open the phonebook and find the entry that contains your code
number. Press Menu/select to transmit the code. The phone
transmits the code number entered in the previous step. If you
change your mind, use Phonebook/left to close the phonebook.
Using a Voice Mail Service
If you subscribe to a voice mail service, your phone can notify you
when you have a new message and give you one-touch access to your
voice mailbox.
To Program Your Access Number
The voice mail company will provide you with the access number.
1. With the phone in standby, open the menu and select Global Setup.
2. Select Edit Voice Mail.
. Enter the access number (up to 20 digits) that your voice mail
provider gave you. Be sure to enter the number exactly as you
would dial it.
4. When you’re finished, press Menu/select.
To access your mailbox, just press MESSAGES/MUTE-CLEAR when the
phone is in standby. The phone dials the access number exactly as you
entered it.
New Message Notification
 This feature supports Frequency-Shift Keying (FSK) message
notification. Contact your voice mail provider for more information.
 When you have new messages, the voice message icon appears in
the display, and the Status light on the handset blinks.
 After you listen to your messages, the voice message icon turns off.
If it doesn’t, you can reset it: With the phone in standby, open the
menu and select Global Setup; select VMWI Reset, then select Yes.
Important Information
Solving Problems
If you have any trouble with your phone, try these simple steps first. If
you need help, call our Customer Care line listed on the front cover.
- Checking the telephone cord connection.
I can’t make or receive - Disconnecting the base AC adapter. Wait
a few minutes, then reconnect it.
- Making sure the base is plugged in.
The handset won’t ring. - Making sure the ringer is turned on.
- Charging the battery for 15-20 hours.
The handset is not
- Checking the battery connection.
- Letting calls ring twice before answering.
The handset won’t
display CID information. - Making sure your CID service is active.
- The battery is getting low. Check the
I hear a beeping during
handset for a low battery alert. Finish
your conversation and return the handset
a call.
to the cradle as soon as possible.
Weak or Hard To Hear Audio
If a caller’s voice sounds weak or soft,
the signal might be blocked by large
metal objects or walls; you might
also be too far from the base or the
handset’s battery may be weak.
 Try moving around while you’re
on a call or moving closer to
the base to see if the sound gets
 Make sure the handset’s battery is
fully charged.
 Try adjusting the earpiece volume.
Do you use a T-Coil hearing aid?
• If you have a hearing aid
equipped with a telecoil (T-coil)
feature, the interaction between
the hearing aid & digital cordless phones can cause noise
in the handset. If you have a
T-coil hearing aid & you have
problems with noise on the
line, try turning on T-coil mode.
Open the menu. Select Handset
Setup, then select T-coil.
• Using T-coil mode can shorten
the handset’s talk time; make
sure to watch the battery status
and keep the battery charged.
oise or Static
on the Line
Interference is the most common cause of noise or static on a cordless
phone. Here are some common sources of interference:
 electrical appliances, especially microwave ovens
 computer equipment, especially wireless LAN equipment and DSL
 radio-based wireless devices, such as room monitors, wireless
controllers, or wireless headphones or speakers
 fluorescent light fixtures (especially if giving off a buzzing noise)
 other services that use your phone line, like alarm systems,
intercom systems, or broadband Internet service
If static is in 1 location:
- Check nearby for one of the
common interference sources.
- Try moving the handset away
from a suspected source, or try
moving the suspected source so
it’s not between the handset and
the base.
- There is always more noise at the
edges of the base's range. If an
Out of Range message displays,
try moving closer to the base.
If static is in all locations:
- Check near the base for the
source of interference.
- Try moving the base away from
a suspected source, or turn off
the source if possible.
- If the base has an adjustable
antenna, try raising the antenna
so it stands straight up.
- If you have any service that
uses the phone line, you might
need a filter (see below).
Installing a Line Filter or DSL Filter
Sometimes, broadband Internet services that use the telephone line
can interfere with phones. One of these services−DSL−often causes
static on telephones. A DSL filter or telephone line filter usually solves
this problem. The technician who installed your DSL service might
have left some filters for you; if not, call your DSL provider or look in
any electronics store.
Plug the DSL filter into the telephone wall jack and plug your phone’s
base into the filter. Make a test call to make sure the noise is gone.
Liquid Damage
Moisture and liquid can damage your cordless phone.
 If the exterior housing of the handset or base is exposed to moisture
or liquid, wipe off the liquid, and use as normal.
 If moisture or liquid is inside the plastic housing (i.e. liquid can
be heard in the phone or liquid has entered the handset battery
compartment or vent openings on the base), follow these steps:
1. Remove the battery cover and disconnect
the battery.
2. Let dry for at least 3 days with the battery
disconnected and the cover off for
3. After the handset dries, reconnect the
battery and replace the cover. Recharge the
battery fully (15-20 hours) before using.
1. Disconnect the AC
adapter to cut off
the power.
2. Disconnect the
telephone cord.
3. Let dry for at least
3 days before
CAUTION! DO NOT use a microwave oven to speed up the drying
process. This will cause permanent damage to the handset, base and
the microwave oven.
AC Adapter and Battery Information
• Use only the supplied AC
Part number
adapters. Be sure to use the
proper adapter for the base & adapter Input voltage 120V AC, 60 Hz
any chargers.
Output voltage 8V AC @ 300mA
• Do not place the power cord
Battery Part number
where it creates a trip hazard pack
500mAh, 2.4V DC
or where it could become
chafed and create a fire or electrical hazard.
• Do not place the unit in direct sunlight or subject it to high temperatures.
• Fully charged, the battery should provide about 10 hours of talk time and about
7 days of standby time. For best results, return the handset to the cradle after
each call to keep it fully charged.
• When the battery gets too low, the handset shows a low battery alert. If you
hear a strange beep during a call, check the display: if you see the low battery
alert, finish your conversation as quickly as possible and return the handset to
the cradle. If the handset is in standby, none of the keys will operate.
• With normal use, the battery should last about one year. Replace the battery
when the talk time becomes short even when the battery is charged. To buy a
replacement battery, call the Parts Department listed on the front cover.
Rechargeable Nickel-Cadmium Battery Warning
• This equipment contains a rechargeable Nickel-Cadmium (Ni-Cd) battery.
• Cadmium and Nickel are chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer.
• Do not short-circuit the battery.
• The rechargeable Ni-Cd batteries contained in this equipment
may explode if disposed of in a fire.
• Do not charge the battery used in this equipment in any charger other than the
one designed to charge this battery as specified in the owner's manual. Using
another charger may damage the battery or cause it to explode.
• As part of our commitment to protecting our environment and conserving
natural resources, Uniden voluntarily participates in an RBRC® industry program
to collect and recycle used Ni-Cd batteries within the United States. Please call 1800-8-BATTERY for information on Ni-Cd battery recycling in your area. (RBRC® is
a registered trademark of the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation.)
Rechargeable batteries must be recycled or disposed of properly.
Uniden works to reduce lead content in PVC coated cords in our
products & accessories.
Warning! The cords on this product and/or accessories contain lead,
a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or
other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.
Compliance Information
FCC Part 68 information
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the bottom of this equipment is a label that
contains, among other information, a product identifier in the format US:
AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this number must be provided to the phone
An applicable Universal Service Order Codes (USOC) certification for the jacks
used in this equipment is provided (i.e., RJ11C) in the packaging with each piece
of approved terminal equipment. A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and telephone network must comply with the applicable FCC Part 68 rules and requirements adopted by the ACTA. A compliant
telephone cord and modular plug is provided with this product. It is designed to
be connected to a compatible modular jack that is also compliant. See installation instructions for details.
The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected
to a phone line. Excessive RENs on a phone line may result in devices not
ringing in response to an incoming call. In most but not all areas, the sum of
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
telephone provider. The REN for this product is part of the product identifier
that has the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits represented by ## are the
REN without a decimal point (e.g., 03 is a REN of 0.3).
If this equipment 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. The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or
procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens
the telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to make
necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
Please follow instructions for repairing, if any (e.g. battery replacement section); otherwise do not substitute or repair any parts of the device except as
specified in this manual. Connection to party line service is subject to state
tariffs. Contact the state public utility commission, public service commission
or corporation commission for information. This equipment is hearing aid
If you experience trouble with this equipment, contact the manufacturer (see
the cover of this manual for contact information) or an authorized agent.
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.
If your home has wired alarm equipment connected to a phone line, be sure
that installing the system does not disable your alarm equipment. If you have
questions about what will disable alarm equipment, contact your telephone
company or a qualified installer.
Any changes or modifications to this product not expressly approved by the
manufacturer or other party responsible for compliance could void your authority
to operate this product.
NOTICE: According to telephone company reports, AC electrical surges, typically resulting from lightning strikes, are very destructive to telephone equipment connected to AC power sources. To minimize damage from these types
of surges, a surge arrestor is recommended.
FCC Part 15 information
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Privacy of communications may not
be ensured when using this phone.
FCC PART 15.105(b): 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.
FCC RF Exposure Information
This product complies with FCC radiation exposure limits under the following
• The base must be placed to allow a minimum of 20 cm (8 inches) between the
antenna and all persons during normal operation.
• The base must not be collocated or operated in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
• The handset is designed for body-worn operation and meets FCC RF exposure
guidelines when used with any belt clip, carrying case, or other accessory supplied with this product. (All necessary accessories are included in the package;
any additional or optional accessories are not required for compliance with
the guidelines.) Third party accessories (unless approved by the manufacturer)
should be avoided as these might not comply with FCC RF exposure guidelines.
Industry Canada (I.C.) Notice
Terminal equipment
NOTICE: This equipment meets the applicable ��������������������������
Industry Canada Terminal
Equipment Technical Specifications. This is confirmed by the registration
number. The abbreviation IC before the registration number signifies that
registration was performed based on a Declaration of Conformity indicating
that Industry Canada technical specifications were met. It does not imply that
Industry Canada approved the equipment.
NOTICE: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this terminal equipment
is marked on the equipment itself. The REN assigned to each terminal equipment provides an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed to
be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may
consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the
sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 5.
Radio equipment
The term IC before the radio certification number only signifies that Industry
Canada technical specifications were met. 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 of the device. "Privacy of communications may not be
ensured when using this telephone".
Warranty (1 Year, Limited)
Evidence of original purchase is required for warranty service.
ELEMENTS OF WARRANTY: Uniden warrants, for one year, to the original retail
owner, this Uniden Product to be free from defects in materials and craftsmanship with only the limitations or exclusions set out below.
WARRANTY DURATION: This warranty to the original user shall terminate and
be of no further effect 12 months after the date of original retail sale. The
warranty is invalid if the Product is (A) damaged or not maintained as reasonable or necessary, (B) modified, altered, or used as part of any conversion
kits, subassemblies, or any configurations not sold by Uniden, (C) improperly
installed, (D) serviced or repaired by someone other than an authorized
Uniden service center for a defect or malfunction covered by this warranty,
(E) used in any conjunction with equipment or parts or as part of any system
not manufactured by Uniden, or (F) installed or programmed by anyone other
than as detailed by the owner's manual for this product.
STATEMENT OF REMEDY: In the event that the product does not conform to
this warranty at any time while this warranty is in effect, warrantor will either,
at its option, repair or replace the defective unit and return it to you without
charge for parts, service, or any other cost (except shipping and handling)
incurred by warrantor or its representatives in connection with the performance of this warranty. Warrantor, at its option, may replace the unit with a
Some states do not allow this exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
LEGAL REMEDIES: This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
also have other rights which vary from state to state. This warranty is void
outside the United States of America and Canada.
PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING PERFORMANCE OF WARRANTY: If, after following the instructions in the owner's manual you are certain that the Product
is defective, pack the Product carefully (preferably in its original packaging).
Disconnect the battery from the Product and separately secure the battery
in its own separate packaging within the shipping carton. The Product should
include all parts and accessories originally packaged with the Product. Include
evidence of original purchase and a note describing the defect that has caused
you to return it. The Product should be shipped freight prepaid, by traceable
means, to warrantor at:
Uniden America Service
4700 Amon Carter Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76155
As an Energy Star® Partner, Uniden has determined that this
product meets the Energy Star® guidelines for energy efficiency.
Energy Star® is a U.S. registered mark.
• Uniden® is a registered trademark of Uniden America Corporation.
• The pictures in this manual are for example only. Your phone may
not look exactly like the pictures.
May be covered under one or more of the following U.S. patents:
Other patents pending.
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