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Uniden TRU346 Owner Manual
2.4GHz Owners Manual TRU346
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O W N E R’S
MANUAL
T RU 346
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Contents
W elcome / Features
inside front cover
Controls and Functions
2, 3
Caller ID Features
Getting Started
Read this f irst
Step 1: Checking the package contents
Step 2: Setting up the base unit
Step 3: Preparing the battery pack
Adjusting the ringer and earpiece volume
4
5
6
9
11
Basics
Making a call
Receiving a call
Redialing a call
Traveling out-of-range
12
14
15
16
Telephone Features
Memory dialing
Storing phone numbers and names
Making calls with memory dialing
Chain dialing
Editing a stored name and/or
phone number
Erasing a stored name and phone number 24
Paging
25
17
19
20
21
Caller ID
When the telephone rings
Viewing the Caller ID Message list
Deleting information from the Caller ID list
Using the Caller ID list
Using “Caller ID on call waiting“ service
Call Waiting features
26
28
29
30
32
34
35
Additional Information
Changing the digital security code
Beltclip installation
Headset installation
Note on power sources
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
General Information
Index
36
37
37
38
38
39
41
42
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Congratulations on your purchase of the TRU 346 cordless telephone. This phone is
designed for reliability, long life, and outstanding performance utilizing the latest in
2.4 GHz Spread Spectrum technology.
Note: Some illustrations in this manual may differ from the actual unit for
explanation purposes.
Features
• 2.4 GHz Spread Spectrum Technology
• Caller ID and Call Waiting Caller ID
• 50 Number Caller ID Memor y
• Advanced Caller ID with Call Waiting Options
• Lighted Keypad
• 3-Line, 16 Character Backlit Handset Display
• 20 Enhanced Memor y Dial Locations
• 32 Digit Redial
• 3 Redial Memories
• Flash
• Pause
• Pulse/Tone Dialing
• Page/Find
• 10 Day Standby Batter y Life
• 6 Hour Talk Time
• Handset Earpiece and
Ringer Volume Control
• Hearing Aid Compatible
D i g i t a l S p r e a d S p e c t r u m T e c h n o l o g y utilizes a “wider frequency band“ vs. a “single
narrow band“ used in standard digital transmissions. The 2.4 GHz frequency range was
recently released to commercial communications. The result is a more secure conversation
with the clarity of digital sound, extended range, and minimal interference from other
cordless phones.
R a n d o m C o d e TM digital security automatically selects one of approx. 65,000 codes for the
handset and base.
These features enhance your phone´s security and also prevent unauthorized calls as a
result of your phone being activated by other equipment.
Uniden ® is a registered trademark of Uniden America Corporation.
Random Code and AutoTalk are trademarks of Uniden America Corporation.
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Controls and Functions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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10.
11.
12.
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19.
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CONTROLS
AND
FUNCTIONS
Handset antenna
Headset jack cover
Handset batter y compar tment
Handset earpiece
LCD display
Memor y key
Talk key
Volume/Cursor down key
* /tone key
Redial/Pause key
Options key
Handset microphone
Volume/Cursor up key
Flash key
Caller ID key
# key
Delete key
Select/Channel key
Handset charging contacts
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20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
CONTROLS
Pulse-Tone switch
DC power input
Phone jack
Base charging contacts
Base antenna
Status LED
Page key
AND
FUNCTIONS
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Read This First
This cordless telephone must be set up before use. Follow these steps;
Step 1
(page 5)
Unpack and check the telephone
and accessories.
Step 2
(page 6 to 8)
Next, choose the best location
to set up the base unit.
Base
Step 3
(page 9 to 10)
Then, inser t the batter y pack into
the handset. You must charge the
batter y pack for 1 5 h o u r s b e f o r e
using the phone .
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GETTING
S TA R T E D
Handset
About the digital security code
This cordless telephone uses a digital
security code to prevent unauthorized
access to your base unit. This security
code prevents other cordless handsets
from making calls through your base unit.
A random security code will be assigned
automatically between your base unit and
handset when you charge the batter y pack
for the f irst time.
If you want to reset the security code,
see page 36.
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GETTING
Checking the Package Contents
Make sure you have received the following items in the package.
S TA R T E D
• Rechargeable battery
• Base unit
• AC adapter
• Handset
• This Owner´s Manual
• Precautions and Important Safety Instructions
• Quick Reference Guide
• Beltclip
• Telephone cord
• Registration Card
Uniden Par ts Depar tment
(800) 554-3988
Hours: M-F 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM CST.
We can also be reached on the web at www.uniden.com
GETTING
S TA R T E D
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Setting up the Base Unit
Do the following steps.
• Choose the best location
• Connect the base unit
• Choose the dialing mode
Choose the best location
Before choosing a location for your new phone, read the INSTALLATION
CONSIDERATIONS included in the PRECAUTIONS AND IMPORTANT SAFET Y
INSTRUCTIONS brochure. Here are some important guidelines you should consider:
Avoid heat sources, such as
radiators, air ducts, and sunlight
Avoid television sets and
other electronic equipment
Avoid noise sources such as a window
by a street with heavy traffic
Avoid microwave ovens
Avoid excessive moisture,
extremely low temperatures,
dust, mechanical vibration, or shock
Avoid personal computers
Choose a central location
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GETTING
S TA R T E D
Avoid other cordless telephones
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GETTING
S TA R T E D
• Af ter installing the batter y pack in the handset, charge your handset at
least 1 5 h o u r s b e f o r e u s i n g t h e p h o n e . Once the handset batter y pack is
fully charged, connect the telephone line cord to the base and telephone
wall outlet.
• The location should be close to both a phone jack and a continuous power
outlet which is not switchable.
• Keep the base and handset away from sources of electrical noise such as
motors and fluorescent lighting.
• Be sure there is suf ficient space to raise the base antenna to a
ver tical position.
Place the power cord so it
does not create a trip
hazard or where it could
become chafed and
create a fire or
electrical hazard.
Connect the base unit
1 Connect the telephone line cord
to the TEL LINE jack and to a
telephone outlet.
2 Connect the AC adapter to the
DC IN 9V jack and to a standard
120V AC wall outlet.
3 Set the base unit on a desk or tabletop and place the
handset on the base unit as shown.
Then raise the antenna to a ver tical position.
GETTING
S TA R T E D
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Use only the supplied AD-311 AC adapter. Do not use any other
AC adapter.
Connect the AC adapter to a continuous power supply.
Place the base unit close to the AC outlet so that you can unplug the
AC adapter easily.
If your telephone outlet isn´t modular,
contact your telephone company for assistance.
Modular
Choose the dialing mode
Depending on your dialing system,
set the P U L S E - T O N E switch as follows:
If your dialing system is
Tone
Pulse
Set the switch to
TONE
PULSE
If you aren´t sure of your dialing system
Make a trial call with the PULSE-TONE switch set to TONE .
If the call connects, leave the switch as is; otherwise, set to P U L S E .
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GETTING
S TA R T E D
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GETTING
Preparing the Battery Pack
Charge the battery pack for at least 15 hours before you start using your phone.
S TA R T E D
1 Press in on the batter y cover release and slide the
cover down until it comes of f.
2 Connect the batter y pack connector with the correct
polarity (black and red wires), then inser t the
batter y pack into the batter y compar tment.
3 Securely close the batter y compar tment cover by
sliding it up until it snaps into place.
4 Place the handset on the base as shown.
4, 5
5 Make sure that the s t a t u s LED lights. If the LED doesn´t
light, check to see that the AC adapter is plugged in
and that the handset makes good contact with the base
charging contacts.
Use only the Uniden Batter y (BT-905) supplied
with your phone. Replacement batteries are also
available through the Uniden Par ts Depar tment.
(see page 5)
status LED
GETTING
S TA R T E D
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Battery use time (per charge)
From fully charged
• Six hours continuous use.
• Ten days when the handset is in the standby mode.
• Even when the battery
pack is not being used,
it will gradually
discharge over a long
period of time.
For optimum
performance, be sure
to return the handset
to the base unit after a
telephone call for
charging the battery.
When the battery charge becomes low
When the batter y pack is ver y low and needs to be
charged, the phone is programmed to eliminate functions
in order to save power. If the phone is not in use, “ Low
Battery “ flashes and none of the keys will operate.
If the phone is in use, “ Low Battery “ flashes and the handset beeps.
Complete your conversation as quickly as possible and return the handset to
the base unit for charging.
• The redial memory
numbers backup for up
to 2 minutes while you
replace the battery pack.
• If you must replace
the battery pack
during a telephone
call, complete the
replacement of the
battery pack within
30 seconds, and you
can return to the
original call.
The built-in memor y backup can hold numbers and names stored in
the memor y even if the batter y pack is completely discharged.
Cleaning the battery contacts
To maintain a good charge, it is impor tant to
clean the batter y contacts on the handset and
base unit with a dr y cloth or a pencil eraser
about once a month.
Do not use any liquids or solvents.
contacts
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S TA R T E D
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GETTING
Adjusting the Ringer and Earpiece Volume
Ringer tone and volume
S TA R T E D
The phone has four ringer tone and volume combinations.
In the standby mode, press
or
on the handset repeatedly.
The display shows the setting.
Earpiece volume
Pressing
or
during a call will change the earpiece volume of the
handset. This setting will remain in ef fect af ter the telephone call has ended.
When you press
tone sounds.
in Loud mode or press
in Normal mode, the error
GETTING
S TA R T E D
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Making a Call
Dialing from standby
• Press
if you
enter a wrong number
in step 1. To delete all
the numbers that you
have entered, press
and hold
until
the display clears.
• You must press a key
within 20 seconds or
the phone will return
to standby.
1 Enter the phone number.
(Up to 32 digits.)
Example: Enter 8178583300
2 Press
.
“ Talk “ flashes on the display.
Then the volume setting is displayed.
Example: Volume level High
3 The number is dialed.
Af ter about 5 seconds, the call-time
display appears.
4 To hang up, press
or place the
handset on the base. The call-time will
be displayed for about 5 seconds.
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Other Operations
To
To adjust the earpiece volume
To temporarily switch to tone dial
(When the base is set to pulse mode)
To enter a pause within the
dialing sequence
To improve the reception
Do this
Press
or
during a call.
Press
. The following numbers
will be sent as tone dialing.
Press
. “ P “ appears in the display
which represents a pause.
Press
during a call.
“ Scanning “ appears on the display.
If the operation fails, the error tone sounds.
BASICS
Dialing from talk mode
1 Press
.
“ Talk “ flashes on the display.
Then the volume setting is displayed.
Example: Volume level High
2 Dial the phone number.
Example: Enter 8178583300
3 To hang up, press
or place the
handset on the base. The call-time will
be displayed for about 5 seconds.
BASICS
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Receiving a Call
From the handset
1 The phone rings. “ Incoming call“
appears on the display.
2 Press
. “ Talk “ and volume setting
appear on the display.
3 Talk with the caller.
4 To hang up, press
or place the
handset on the base.
The call time will be displayed for about
5 seconds.
AutoTalk when ringing
When the AutoTalk setting is on and there is an incoming call, simply lif t the
handset from the base unit to answer the phone. See “Setting Caller ID
options“ on page 26 for more details.
Any key answer when ringing
When the AutoTalk setting is on and the handset is of f the base, press any
handset key to answer the incoming call.
Call Waiting
Note: You must subscribe to Call Waiting service to use this feature.
When a call is received during a telephone call already in progress, press
to switch to the new call. If you also subscribe to Call Waiting on Caller ID,
you will see the name and number of the caller in call waiting. (See page 34.)
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Redialing a Call
The last three phone numbers dialed can be quickly redialed.
Redial from standby
1 Press
.
The phone number that was last dialed appears
on the display.
Most
recent
3 Press
• If the number exceeds
32 digits, only the
first 32 digits are
retained for redialing.
• Press and hold
to delete the displayed
redial number.
. The number will be dialed.
BASICS
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BASICS
2 Press
again.
Each press of
will display one of the last three
numbers dialed.
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Redial from talk mode
1 Press
.
“ Talk “ and the volume setting appear
on the display.
2 Press
.
The last number dialed will be displayed
and redialed.
3 To hang up, press
or place the
handset on the base. The call-time will
be displayed for about 5 seconds.
Only the last number dialed can be
accessed af ter
has been pressed.
Traveling Out-of-Range
During a call, as you begin to move your handset too far from your base unit,
noise increases. If you pass the range limits of the base unit, your call will
terminate within 30 seconds.
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Storing Phone Numbers and Names
Memor y Dialing allows you to dial a number using just a few key strokes. You
can store up to 20 phone numbers in the memor y.
1 Press and hold
until “ Memory
Store “ is displayed.
2 Press
and
or enter a two-digit
number (01 - 20) to select the memor y
location where you would like to store
the number.
4 Use
,
, or
to enter the name.
The name cannot exceed 13 characters.
• Use and to scroll through the character menu.
It contains upper and lower case letters and
various characters.
• Use
and
to move the cursor to the
desired location.
• Use
to delete characters as needed.
TELEPHONE
F E AT U R E S
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T E L E P H O N E F E AT U R E S
3 Press
.
The following screen appears and a cursor
flashes indicating that the display is
ready for the name to be entered.
If this screen appears, the selected
memory location is already stored. Then,
you must either change the entry in this
location, clear the location, or select
“ Go Back“ to choose another location.
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5 Press
.
“ Store Numbe r“ is displayed. The cursor flashes
indicating that the display is ready for the number to
be entered.
6 Use the number keypad to enter the phone number.
The phone number cannot exceed 20 digits.
• Use
to enter a pause in the dialing sequence. The
display shows a “ P “. Each pause counts as one digit and
represents a two second delay in time between digits.
The pause feature is useful for long distance calling,
credit card dialing, or sequences that require a pause
between digits.
• Use
to delete digits as needed.
7 Press
.
The handset beeps and displays the conf irmation screen.
Memor y storage is complete.
For example, if you store a name and number into memor y
location number 07, the display shows “ Memory07
Stored “ .
After about 2 seconds, “ Memory Store “ is displayed.
8 Press
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F E AT U R E S
to return to standby mode.
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Making Calls with Memory Dialing
Memory dialing from standby
1 Press
.
The handset displays your programmed
memor y locations.
• If you press
before
, you can confirm
the name and number
stored in the selected
memory location.
To exit this mode,
press and hold
.
The handset returns
to standby.
2 Press
and
or enter a two-digit
number (01 - 20) to select the memor y
location you would like to dial.
3 Press
. “ Talk “ and the volume
setting appear on the display.
Then the displayed number is dialed.
Display a Programmed Number
• To exit the memory
function without
dialing, press
.
The handset returns
to standby.
Use
and
to toggle between the
names display and the numbers display.
Program number
When the stored phone number
has 14 or more digits, “\ “ i s
displayed next to the 12th digit.
Press
to see the extra digits
and
to return.
TELEPHONE
F E AT U R E S
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T E L E P H O N E F E AT U R E S
Program name
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Memory dialing from talk mode
1 Press
.
“ Talk “ and the volume setting appear
on the display.
If you select a memory
location that does not
have a stored number,
the handset will beep
rapidly and the phone
will not dial.
2 Press
.
3 Enter a two-digit number (01 - 20) to
select the memor y location of the desired
phone number.
The selected phone number is displayed.
Then the number is dialed.
Chain Dialing
On cer tain occasions af ter dialing a number, you may be requested to enter
an access code, such as your account number. You can enter this number into
a memor y location for later use by doing the following:
1 Store the access code into one of the memor y locations (01-20) following
the steps on page 17.
2 Dial the par ty or service main number.
3 When you need to enter the special number, press
followed by the
memor y location (01-20).
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F E AT U R E S
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Editing a Stored Name and/or Phone Number
1 Press and hold
until “ Memory
Store “ is displayed.
2 Press
and
or enter a two-digit
number (01 - 20) to select the memor y
location you would like to edit.
3 Press
.
The following screen appears with the
memor y location number that you have
selected in the display.
4 Press
or
to select “ Edit
Memory “ , then press
5 Press
,
,
,
, or
to
edit the name. (See page 17.) To edit only
the phone number, skip this step.
TELEPHONE
F E AT U R E S
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T E L E P H O N E F E AT U R E S
.
The following screen appears.
The cursor flashes indicating that the
display is ready for the name to be
edited. When a name has not been
stored, the cursor appears at the
beginning of the second line.
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6 Press
.
The following screens appears.
The cursor flashes indicating that the
display is ready for the number to
be edited.
7 Use the number keypad,
or
to edit the phone number.
The phone number cannot exceed 20
digits. (See page 18.)
If you don´t want to change the phone
number, skip this step.
8 Press
. The handset beeps and
displays the conf irmation screen. The
memor y storage is complete.
For example, if you store a name and
number into memor y location number 01,
the display shows
“ Memory01 Stored “ .
Af ter about 2 seconds, “ Memory
Store “ is displayed.
9 Press
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F E AT U R E S
to return to standby mode.
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Display a Programmed Number
Use
and
numbers display.
to toggle between the names display and the
Program name
Program number
• When the stored phone number has 14 or more digits, “\ “ is displayed next
to the 12th digit. Press
to see the extra digits and
to return.
F E AT U R E S
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T E L E P H O N E F E AT U R E S
TELEPHONE
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Erasing a Stored Name and Phone Number
1 Press and hold
until “ Memory
Store “ is displayed.
2 Press
and
or enter a two-digit
number (01 - 20) to select the memor y
location you would like to edit.
3 Press
.
The following screen appears with the
memor y location number that you have
selected in the display
4 Press
to move the pointer down to the
“ Delete Memory “ command line.
5 Press
. The following
conf irmation screen appears.
6 Press
to move the pointer to “ Yes “ .
7 Press
or
.
There is a conf irmation tone and the
entr y is deleted. The following screen
appears.
8 Af ter a few seconds the display returns
to th e “ Memory Store “ s c reen.
You may select another number to delete
(return to step 2) or press
to
return to standby.
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F E AT U R E S
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Paging
To locate the handset
1 Press
on the base.
2 The handset beeps for 5 seconds.
The following screen appears;
3 Press any key except
on the
handset to end the page.
By holding
for more
than 2 seconds, the
handset beeps for
60 seconds.
When an incoming call is received during paging, paging is canceled
and the telephone is switched to the incoming call.
TELEPHONE
F E AT U R E S
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T E L E P H O N E F E AT U R E S
If you press
during paging, the handset will be placed in
of f-hook (talk) mode.
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Caller ID
You must subscribe to Caller ID service to use this feature.
When the telephone rings, the Caller ID feature allows you to view the
caller´s name and phone number on the display before you answer the phone.
The handset displays the phone number of the incoming call, the name, time,
and the number of calls. Additionally, you can dial the displayed number and
store the information for memor y dialing.
You must subscribe to
Caller ID on Call Waiting in
order to use this feature.
Setting Caller ID options
There are three Caller ID setup options available; they are AutoTalk, CIDCW
(Caller ID on Call Waiting), and Area Code.
AutoTalk allows you to answer the phone without pressing
. If the phone
rings when AutoTalk is on, simply remove the handset from the base and the
phone automatically answers the call. Or, if the handset is not on the base,
press any key to answer the call. If the phone rings when AutoTalk is of f, you
must press
to answer the call.
C a l l e r I D o n C a l l W a i t i n g ( C I D C W ) performs the same as regular Caller ID on a
call waiting number. Call Waiting options allow you to handle call waiting
calls in seven dif ferent ways. (See page 35.)
If you enter a 3-digit area code number in the A r e a C o d e option, your local
area code does not appear in Caller ID messages. When reviewing Caller ID
messages, you will see only the local seven digit number. For calls received
from outside your local area code, you will see a full 10-digit number.
If your calling area requires 10-digit dialing, do not program this option.
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ID
F E AT U R E S
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C A L L E R I D F E AT U R E S
To change your Caller ID options:
1 Press
. The following screen appears.
2 Use ,
, or a number key (1-3) to move the pointer to the selection
that you would like to change.
Press
to toggle betwe e n “ On “ a n d “ Off “ fo r “ Auto
Talk “ . Fo r “ CIDCW “ , choose “ On “ , “ Off “ , o r “ Opt “, depending
upon the type of service to which you subscribe.
3 When you wish to enter Area Code, press
or the number key
to move
the pointer to select “ Area Code “. Then press
and enter
the 3 digits area code by using the number keypad - . Af ter entering
the area code, press
.
4 Af ter you have made your selections, press
to the base.
and return the handset
CALLER
ID
F E AT U R E S
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When the Telephone Rings
1 When the Caller ID message is received, the display shows the caller´s
phone number along with the date and time. The incoming call information
is stored in the Caller ID record.
If the Caller ID service includes the caller´s name, the caller´s name
appears on the display (up to 15 letters).
• If you answer a call
before the Caller ID
message is received
(Example: before the
second ring), the Caller
ID message will
not appear.
Here are some typical displays;
• When the call is
received via a
telephone company
that does not offer
Caller ID service, the
caller´s phone number
and name do not
appear. (This includes
international calls.)
• When the call is via a
private branch
exchange (PBX),
the caller´s phone
number and name may
not appear.
When the phone number
and name data are received
When invalid data is received
When a private name is received
When a private number is received
When an unknown name is received
When an unknown number is received
2 When you pick up the phone, the display changes to “ Talk “. (See page 14.)
Data errors appear as “ 2 2 “ .
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ID
F E AT U R E S
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The Caller ID list stores information for up to 50 incoming calls - even
unanswered calls.
1 Press
.
The summar y screen appears.
The screen shows the number of new
messages and total messages.
• In Caller ID operation,
if no key is pressed for
more than 20 seconds,
an error tone sounds
and the telephone
returns to the
standby mode.
2 Press
to display the latest Caller
ID message.
3 Press
press
4 Press
to see the next message, or
to see previous message.
• If a call comes in via a
telephone system that
does not offer Caller ID
service, no information
is stored.
to return to standby.
• “ End“ appears when
you have reviewed all
messages in the Caller
ID list. Press
repeatedly to return to
the summary screen.
• Each message can be
up to 15 characters for
the phone number and
the name.
CALLER
ID
F E AT U R E S
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C A L L E R I D F E AT U R E S
Viewing the Caller ID Message List
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Deleting Information from the Caller ID List
The TRU 346 stores up to 50 messages. If the phone receives the 51st
message, the oldest one in the list is automatically deleted.
Caller ID data can also be deleted manually.
Deleting a Caller ID message
If you get an incoming
call or page, the deleting
operation is canceled.
The telephone returns to
standby so you can
answer the call or page.
1 Press
.
Display the message to be deleted from
the Caller ID list by pressing
or
.
2 Press
3 Press
4 Press
.
or
to select “Yes “ o r “No “ .
or
.
W h e n t h e p o i n t e r i s a t “ Yes “ :
A tone sounds and the Caller ID message
is deleted. The next Caller ID message is
then displayed.
W h e n t h e p o i n t e r i s a t “ No “ :
The display returns to the Caller
ID display.
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ID
F E AT U R E S
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1 Press
.
2 Press
3 Press
4 Press
.
or
If you get an incoming
call or page, the deleting
operation is canceled and
the telephone returns to
standby so you can
answer the call or page.
to select “Yes“ o r “No“ .
or
.
W h e n t h e p o i n t e r i s a t “ Yes “ :
A tone sounds and all stored Caller ID
messages are deleted.
W h e n t h e p o i n t e r i s a t “ No “ :
The display returns to the
summar y screen.
CALLER
ID
F E AT U R E S
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C A L L E R I D F E AT U R E S
Deleting all Caller ID names/numbers
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Using the Caller ID List
Calling a party from the Caller ID list
You can place a call from the Caller ID list. The TRU 346 stores up to 50 messages.
1 Press
.
Select the phone number that you want
to dial by pressing
or
.
• You cannot make a call
from the Caller ID list if
your TRU 346 is
connected to private
branch exchange (PBX).
2 Press
.
The displayed phone number will be
dialed automatically.
• When a long distance
call has been set, “1 “
appears in the display.
Long Distance call and Area Code setting
Pressing
while the incoming call information is displayed (in step 1) will
set or cancel a Long Distance call. Pressing
will set or cancel the area
code setting.
Dial edit
You can edit the phone number of Caller ID data when you press
af ter step 1.
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ID
F E AT U R E S
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The phone number of the par ty on the Caller ID list can be stored in
memor y dialing.
1 Press
.
Select the phone number to be stored from
the Caller ID list by pressing
or
.
2 Press
• You can not store a
Caller ID message if no
phone number appears
in the message.
.
• If there is an incoming
call or page, memory
storage is canceled and
the telephone is set to
receive the incoming
call or page.
3 Press
and
or enter a two-digit
number (01 - 20) to select the
memor y location.
4 Press
.
A conf irmation tone will sound.
The number is stored in memor y, and
the display returns to the Caller ID list.
Long Distance call and Area Code setting
When you need to store Long Distance call pref ix “1“ and area code, edit the
number at step 1. Press
for Long Distance call and
for area code setting.
If a message has already been stored in the selected
memory number location, a confirmation screen is
displayed. Press
to select “Yes“. Press
to overwrite. The display returns to the Caller ID list.
CALLER
ID
F E AT U R E S
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C A L L E R I D F E AT U R E S
Storing Caller ID messages in Memory dialing
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Using Caller ID on Call Waiting Service
“Caller ID“ and “Call waiting“ are separate services. CIDCW (Caller ID on
Call Waiting) performs the same as regular Caller ID on a call waiting number.
You must subscribe to the “Caller ID on call waiting (CIDCW) services“ before
you can use the following features. The “Call waiting“ service can also be
used independently. Please contact your local telephone company for details.
1 When a new incoming call is received
during your current telephone call, the
phone number and the name of the caller
are displayed.
2 Press
.
You will be able to talk with the
second caller. The f irst caller will be put
on hold.
3 To return to the f irst caller,
press
again.
When CIDCW is set to Opt in the Caller ID setup menu (see page 27),
you can press the
key af ter receiving a call waiting call and
view a list of ways to handle the new call. Choose an option using the
and
keys and press
to activate.
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ID
F E AT U R E S
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C A L L E R I D F E AT U R E S
Call Waiting Features
Your TRU 346 gives you new options for call waiting. At the touch of a
button, you can ask the caller to hold, send them to your voice mail service,
or conference them into your current call. You may be required to subscribe
to a voice mail service, call waiting, and call waiting options to use these
features. Not all features are available in all areas. Check with your local
telephone company for details.
Selecting an Option
1 When you receive a call waiting call,
press
for a list of options.
2 Press
and
keys or a number key
(1-7) to select an option.
You can also answer a call
waiting call immediately
by pressing the
key.
The first caller will be
placed on hold. To return
to the original caller,
press
again.
3 Press
.
A conf irmation screen will appear.
Your TRU 346 is pre-programmed with seven call waiting options. You may
select to ask the calling par ty to h o l d , send them a busy message, f o r w a r d
them to your voice mail service or c o n f e r e n c e them into the current call. You
may also select to a n s w e r a n d d r o p the f irst caller or, at any time, choose to
d r o p t h e f i r s t or d r o p t h e l a s t caller.
Check with your local telephone company for a full list of options.
CALLER
ID
F E AT U R E S
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Changing the Digital Security Code
If the handset battery
pack is completely
discharged or the battery
pack is removed, the
digital security code will
be lost. If this happens,
a new security code is
set automatically next
time the battery pack
is charged.
The digital security code is an identif ication code used to connect the
handset and the base unit. Normally, setting the code is not necessar y.
The f irst time you charge your handset, the security code is automatically set.
(See page 4.)
In the rare situation that you suspect another cordless telephone is using the
same security code, you can change the code.
[ 36 ] A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M A T I O N
1 Remove the handset from the
base unit. Press and hold
.
2 While the handset is emitting the
paging sound, replace the
handset on the base unit. The
paging tone stops.
Leave the handset on the base for
more than 3 seconds. A random,
new security code is set.
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Beltclip Installation
To attach the beltclip
To remove the beltclip
Inser t the beltclip into
the holes on each side
of the handset.
Press down until
it clicks.
Pull both sides of the
beltclip to release the
tabs from the holes.
A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M AT I O N
Headset Installation
Your phone may be used with an optional headset,
the Uniden HS910. To use this feature, simply plug
the headset plug into the headset jack. Your phone
is ready for hands-free conversation. (Headsets
may be purchased by calling the Uniden Par ts
Depar tment or visiting the website. See page 5)
A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M AT I O N
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Note on Power Sources
Battery replacement and handling
When the operating time becomes shor t, even af ter a batter y
is recharged, please replace the batter y.
With normal usage, your batter y should last about one year.
Please contact your place of purchase or the Uniden Parts
Department for a replacement battery. (See page 5)
Power Failure
During the period that the power is of f, you will not
be able to make or receive calls with the telephone.
•
•
•
•
RECYCLING NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES
Nickel-cadmium cells are used in the batter y
pack. Please take your used nickel-cadmium
batter y packs to a store that recycles nickelcadmium batteries.
Caution
Use the specif ied batter y pack.
Do not remove the batter y from the handset to charge it.
Never throw the batter y into a f ire, disassemble it, or heat it.
Do not remove or damage the batter y casing.
Maintenance
When slightly dirty
Wipe with a sof t, dr y cloth.
When very dirty
Wipe with a sof t cloth that has been dampened with
diluted, neutral detergent. Dr y with a dr y cloth.
When the charging terminals become dirty
Wipe with a dr y cloth or a pencil eraser, if necessar y.
[ 38 ] A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M A T I O N
Caution
Do not use paint thinner,
benzene, alcohol, or other
chemical products.
Doing so may discolor the
surface of the telephone and
damage the f inish.
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Troubleshooting
If your phone is not performing to your expectations, please tr y these simple steps f irst.
Symptom
Suggestion
• Make sure the AC adapter is plugged into the base unit
and wall outlet.
• Make sure the handset is properly seated in the base unit.
• Make sure the charging contacts on the handset and
base unit are clean.
The audio sounds weak
and/or scratchy.
• Press
during a call to help eliminate
background noise.
• Make sure that the base unit antenna is in a ver tical position.
• Move the handset and or base unit to a dif ferent location
away from metal objects or appliances and tr y again.
• Make sure that you are not too far from the base.
Can´t make or receive calls.
• Check both ends of the base unit telephone line cord.
• Make sure the AC adapter is plugged into the base unit
and wall outlet.
• Disconnect the AC adapter for a few minutes,
then reconnect it.
• Reset the digital security code (See page 36).
• Make sure
is pressed.
A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M AT I O N
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A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M AT I O N
The s t a t u s LED won´t light
when the handset is placed
in the base unit.
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Symptom
The handset doesn´t ring
or receive a page.
Suggestion
• The batter y pack may be weak.
Charge the batter y on the base unit for more than 15 hours.
• The handset may be too far away from the base unit.
• Place the base unit away from appliances or metal objects.
• Reset the digital security code (See page 36).
The Caller ID does not display. • The handset was picked up before the second ring.
• The call was placed through a switch board.
• Call your local telephone company to verify your Caller ID
service is current.
Severe noise interference.
• Keep the handset away from microwave ovens, computers,
remote control toys, wireless microphones, alarm systems,
intercoms, room monitors, fluorescent lights, and
electrical appliances.
• Move to another location or turn of f the source
of interference.
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General Information
The TRU 346 complies with FCC Par ts 15 and 68.
Operating Temperature:
-10 ºC to +50 ºC (+14ºF to +122 ºF)
AC Adapter Information
AC Adapter par t number:
Input Voltage:
Output Voltage:
AD-311
120V AC 60Hz
9V DC 210 mA
Batter y par t number:
BT-905
Capacity:
600 mAH, 3.6V
Batter y Use Time (per charge)
From fully charged:
Talk Mode duration
6 hours
Standby Mode duration 10 days
If the handset is lef t of f of the base, the actual Talk mode duration will be reduced respective to
the amount of time the handset is of f the base.
Recharge your phone on a regular basis about once a week by placing the handset on the base for 15
hours. When the operating time becomes shor t, even af ter the batter y is recharged, please replace the
batter y. With normal usage, the batter y should last about one year.
Replacement batteries may be purchased at your local Uniden dealer or by contacting the Uniden Par ts
Depar tment (800) 554-3988. Hours are from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Central Time, Monday through Friday.
We can also be reached on the web at www.uniden.com
Specif ications, features, and availability of optional accessories are all subject to change without prior notice.
A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M AT I O N
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A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M AT I O N
Battery Information
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Index
A
Adjusting ringer and earpiece volume ............11
H, I, J, K, L
Headset installation ................................ 37
B
Battery pack
Preparing and charging ............................ 9
Replacement and handling ...................... 38
Beltclip installation.................................. 37
M, N, O
Maintenance ..........................................
Making a call ..........................................
Memory dialing
Making calls with memory dialing..............
Erasing a stored name
and phone number ................................
Storing phone
numbers and names ..............................
C
Caller ID
Caller ID service ...................................... 26
Call Waiting.......................................... 34
Deleting .............................................. 30
Setting Caller ID options ........................ 26
Using .................................................. 32
Viewing .............................................. 29
Connection .............................................. 7
D
Dialing mode ............................................ 8
Digital security code .............................. 4,36
E, F, G
Earpiece volume ...................................... 11
38
12
19
24
17
P, Q
Package contents ...................................... 5
Paging .................................................. 25
R
Receiving a call ...................................... 14
Redialing a call ...................................... 15
Ringer tone and volume ............................ 11
S
Setting up the Base unit ............................ 6
Setting up the Handset .............................. 9
T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
Troubleshooting ...................................... 39
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At Uniden, we´ll take care of you!
If you need any assistance with this product, please call our Customer Hotline at
1-800-297-1023
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO THE PLACE OF PURCHASE.
Our Uniden representatives will be happy to help you with any matters regarding
the operation of this unit, available accessories, or any other related matters.
Thank you for purchasing a Uniden product.
Hours: M-F 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM CST.
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