T432 Amplidect 350 - Action on Hearing Loss

AMPLIDECT 350
CONTENTS
CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION
Unpacking
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DESCRIPTION
General Description
Keys Description
LCD Window Icons Description
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14
INSTALLATION
Connecting Lines
Installing Batteries
Charging Handset
Using Handset Carrying Clip
Using Headset (optional)
Base Ringer Volume Switch
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Turning Handset On/Off
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Making a call
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CONTENTS
Receiving a call
Muting the Microphone
Amplification Function
Menu Navigation
Menu Map
Handset Ringer Setting
Last Number Redial
CID Book
Torch
Key Lock
Auto Answer
Selecting a Language
HS Name
Range Alarm
Paging
Dial Mode
Handsfree
Flash Signal
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29
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35
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41
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Phone Book
One-Touch Memories
HS Settings
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51
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CONTENTS
BS Settings
Registration
Calling with more than one Handset
Caller ID on call waiting
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62
63
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FEATURE LIST
TROUBLESHOOTING
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SAFETY INFORMATION
GUARANTEE
RECYCLING DIRECTIVES
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on purchasing your Geemarc AD350
telephone. This telephone offers all the advantages of
cordless technology (compliant with Digitally Enhanced
Cordless Telecommunications-DECT standard) together
with an easy to see big button keypad, ideal for those
who suffer with poor sight. This telephone is also
hearing aid compatible.
Its is important that you read the instructions below in
order to use your Geemarc telephone to its full potential.
Keep this user guide in a safe place for future reference.
This guide explains how to use the following telephone:
AD350
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INTRODUCTION
Unpacking
When unpacking the telephone, you should find the
following in the box:
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1 AD350 handset
1 AD350 base
1 Mains power adaptor
3 AAA Ni-MH Batteries
1 Telephone line cord
1 Carrying clip
1 User Guide
* The shape of the plugs can vary according to each country’s
specification.
For product support and help visit our website at
www.geemarc.com
Telephone 01707 384438
Or fax 01707 832529
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DESCRIPTION
General Description
Handset Description (front)
Visual ringer
Earpiece
One-touch
Memories
M1 to M4
Up/CID key
Display
Int key
Left soft key
Right soft key
Dial/
Speaker key
Redial key
End key
Alphanumeric
keys
*
Down
/Phonebook
key
# key
Torch function
key
Keypad
locked
function
Microphone
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Vibrator Function
DESCRIPTION
Handset Description (Rear)
Carrying clip
Speaker
Battery
compartment
cover
Charging contacts
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DESCRIPTION
PRIOR
TO USE
Handset Description (Side)
Tone Control
Volume
Control
Amplify
(AMP)
Button
Headset
Jack
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DESCRIPTION
Base Description (Top) : AMPLIDECT350
Charge pins
Page
botton
In use indicator flashes when
key.
you press the
It also flashes when you page
the handset.
Charge indicator
lights steadily
while the handset
is charging.
Base Description (Base)
Phone
Line
Jack
Mains
power
adaptor
Ringer
volume
switch
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DESCRIPTION
Base Description (Top) : AMPLIDECT350 HS
Charge pins
Charge indicator
lights steadily
while the handset
is charging.
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DESCRIPTION
Keys Description
Dial/Speaker key
Make/Answer a call.
Activates the speakerphone if pressed
during a call, as described in page 41.
End key
End a call.
Long press to activate power on/off, as
described in page 20.
Navigation key:
Up/CID key
Scroll up through lists and menu
options.
Increase the earpiece/speakerphone
volume during a call.
Enter the CID book, as described in
page 31.
Down/Phonebook key
Scroll down through lists and menu
Decrease the earpiece/speakerphone
volume during a call.
Enter the Phonebook, as described in
page 44.
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DESCRIPTION
Int key
Set up an internal call to another
handset.
Transfer an incoming call to another
handset.
Set up a conference call with an
external line and an internal handset.
Redial key
Enter the redial book, as described in
page 29.
Insert a pause when pre-dialing a number.
Left/Right soft key
Perform the functions indicated by the
text immediately over it (on the bottom
line of the display) which changes time
by time.
key
Press and hold to turn on/off keypad
lock function.
Set up a conference call, as described
in page 63.
One-touch memories
You can store up to 4 numbers in
One-touch memories (M1 to M4).
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DESCRIPTION
key
In standby mode press and hold this
icon appears to
key until the
activate the shaker and visual ringer
function. Press and hold this key again
until the icon disappears to deactivate
it.
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DESCRIPTION
LCD Window Icons Description
New Call
Indicates you have missed one or more
calls.
MSG Waiting
Indicates you have one or more voice
messages.
Off Hook
Indicates the line is engaged.
Hands-free
Indicates the handsfree function is enabled.
Battery Icon
Indicates battery charge level.
Shaker Icon
Indicates the shaker and visual ringer is
enabled.
Signal Icon
Indicates whether the current signal
exists or not. If the handset is too far from
the base, this icon will blink on the LCD.
Alarm Icon
This icon appears when you set an alarm
to ring at a specified time.
Keypad Lock
This icon appears when the keypad is
locked.
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INSTALLATION
Connecting Lines
1. Connect one end of the phone line cord to the phone
line jack of the base, and the other end to a standard
phone wall outlet.
2. Connect the modular end of the AC power adapter to
the power jack of the base, then plug the AC adapter into
a standard AC wall outlet.
CAUTION : During a mains power failure there is no
manner to receive or make any calls; including the SOS
call number (112 )
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INSTALLATION
Installing Batteries
The rechargeable Ni-MH batteries (AAA size) come with
your phone. Install the battery before using your phone.
1. Slide the battery cover in the direction of the arrow and
pull it out.
2. Insert new batteries as indicated, matching correct
polarity (+,-).
Note: Reversing the polarity may damage the handset.
3. To replace the battery cover, slide the cover up until it
snaps in place.
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INSTALLATION
Notes:
The batteries need to be replaced if they do not recover
their full storage capacities after recharging.
When replacing the batteries, always use good quality
Ni-MH re-chargeable batteries. Never use other batteries
or conventional alkaline batteries.
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INSTALLATION
Charging Handset
! Important Note: Before initial operation, YOU
SHOULD FULLY CHARGE THE HANDSET for about 15
hours.
To charge the handset, you should place it on the base.
Result: When you place the handset on the base, the
handset automatically turns on and the Charge indicator
lights during the charge.
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5
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INSTALLATION
Using Handset Carrying Clip
The supplied handset carrying clip allows you to
conveniently carry the handset with you. It clips easily to
your belt, waist band, or shirt pocket.
If you want to remove the carrying clip:
Insert a screw driver along the edge of one of its arms
and release the clip. Then lift it off.
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INSTALLATION
Using Headset (optional)
The headset jack is located in the left side of the handset
and is a 2.5mm standard plug. Simply plug the headset
into this jack and the headset will be activated.
Earphone
Microphone
Headset Jack
Clip
Note: When the headset is plugged into the headset jack
the microphone on the handset will be deactivated.
Base Ringer Volume Switch
The switch located on the bottom of the base unit allows
the ringer to be switched to High, Medium, Low or Off.
Ringer
volume
switch
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Turning Handset On/Off
If the handset is in power off mode, when you place the
handset on the base, it automatically turns on. To turn
the handset on or off in standby mode, follow these
steps:
1. To turn on the handset when it's off, press and hold the
key until you switch the display on. On power up,
the handset will enter subscription mode and search for a
registered base. A message as shown below will be
displayed to the user, and the signal icon will flash.
Searching...
2. To turn off the handset, keep the
key pressed
until the display disappears.
If the handset is successful in finding a base, the handset
will enter the standby mode, the display will show
handset number and the handset name (if you have one
saved as described on page 37), signal icon, battery icon
and current time. If the handset is unsuccessful in finding
a base, the handset will behave according to the Out of
Range condition.
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HANDSET SETTINGS
Note:
When battery power is very low, if you place the handset
on the base, the display will show as below. YOU
SHOULD FULLY CHARGE THE HANDSET BEFORE
USING.
Charging...
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
All descriptions in this manual assume that the handset is
in standby mode. Set the telephone to standby mode by
pressing the
key.
Making a Call
1. Pick up the handset and press the
key.
Result: The In use indicator flashes and the
icon
appears on the LCD.
2. Dial a telephone number.
3. To end the call, either press the
the handset on the base.
key or replace
Note: To make a call to the last number you dialed, use the
Redial feature. For details, see page 29.
You can enter the desired phone number in standby
mode, which allows you to make corrections before
dialing. Follow these steps:
1. Enter a telephone number (up to 32 digits). Check it.
You can also use the
key to insert a pause.
Note: If you make a mistake while entering a number,
press the Erase soft key to clear the last digit.
2. When the number appears correctly, press the
key.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Receiving a Call
When a call is received, the New Call information will
appear. If the caller can be identified, the caller's phone
number is displayed. If the caller cannot be identified,
only the New Call information displays. If you have a
voice message, the
be shown on the LCD.
icon and "MSG WTG ON" will
key. If you have
1. To answer the call, press the
activated the Auto Answer function, when the handset is
on the base, simply lift it up to answer.
key or replace
2. To end the call, either press the
the handset on the base.
Result: After you hang up the call, the LCD displays the
call duration.
Notes: You can select the ringer volume by using the
or
key when the phone rings with an
incoming call.
If you want to deactivate the
icon, press the
key in standby mode, then press and hold the
key.
After that, press the
key to return to standby mode.
(The handset must be registered to the base.)
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
If the polyphonic ring tone (Melody 8~10) is set, the ring
tone may continue for 4 seconds after the caller's
hang-up or after the parallel phone had answered the
call.
Muting the Microphone
During a conversation, you can temporarily switch your
phone's microphone off, so that the other party cannot
hear you.
Example: You want to say something to another person
in the room but do not want the other party to hear you.
To mute your microphone, press the Mute soft key during
the conversation. The "Call Muted" appears on the LCD.
To unmute the microphone, press the Mute soft key
again. You will return to your caller.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Amplification Function
Your phone is equipped with a specialized amplification
function designed to fit your needs. During a
conversation you can adjust the Vol+ or Vol- control on
the left side of the handset and use the AMP key on the
right side. You can also adjust the Tone control to fit the
levels to your hearing requirements. The selected volume
will be displayed on the LCD.
When you press the AMP key in receiver mode during a
conversation, the Amplify indicator on the handset lights
up. If you press the AMP key again, the indicator will go
out.
You can also select the earpiece volume or the speaker
volume by the Audio Setup in Menu under HS Settings,
as described in page 51.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
You can also use the Vol+ or Volcontrol in standby mode to adjust the
ringer volume. Menu Navigation
To access a menu option:
1. To display menu items, press the Menu soft key.
or
2. To scroll through menu options, press the
key repeatedly.
3. To select a menu, press the Select soft key when the
desired menu appears on the LCD.
4. Repeat if necessary.
To return to standby mode:
If you press the Back soft key from any menu, the phone
returns to the previous screen.
To return to standby mode, press the
key.
Also, the phone will automatically return to standby mode,
from any menu if a key is not pressed within 40 seconds.
Note: In standby mode, you can press
switch the backlight on/off.
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key to
BASIC FUNCTIONS
Menu Map
1. CID Book (see page 31)
2. Phonebook
New (see page 43)
Edit (see page 46)
Delete (see page 47)
Delete All (see page 47)
PB Status (see page 47)
3. BS Settings
Terminate HS (see page 59)
Dial Mode (see page 40)
Flash Time (see page 60)
Modify PIN (see page 60)
BS Reset (see page 61)
4. HS Settings
Alarm (see page 50)
Audio Setup (see page 51)
Ring Setup (see page 28)
Tone Setup (see page 52)
Language (see page 36)
HS Name (see page 37)
Auto Answer (see page 35)
LCD Contrast (see page 53)
Date & Time (see page 53)
Select Base (see page 55)
HS Reset (see page 56)
Amplified (see page 57)
Talk Keypad (see page 57)
5. Registration (see page 62)
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Handset Ringer Setting
You can select your own external (from the telephone
Network) or internal (from other handsets registered to
the same base) ring tone and adjust the volume.
1.Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose HS Settings
2.Press
menu, then press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose Ring Setup,
3.Press
press the Select soft key.
4.Press the Select soft key to choose INT Ring or press
the
key.
key to choose EXT Ring, press the Select soft
or
key to choose Melody or
5.Press
Volume, press the Select soft key.
Result: You can select the ring tone from Melody 1 to 10
or adjust the volume from Volume 1 to 5, or off. When
you adjust the ring tone or volume, the phone plays the
selected melody or sounds the selected loudness.
6.Press the Save soft key to confirm.
Notes: If you set the volume to "Off", when a call comes
in, only the New Call information appears on the LCD.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Last Number Redial
1. Press the
key or the Redial soft key in standby
mode.
Result: The LCD displays the last number you dialed.
key to dial out the number.
2. Press the
Your phone allows you to retrieve the last 10 numbers
you have dialed and recall them quickly.
Search for and dial a number in Redial Book
1. Press the Redial soft key in standby mode.
2. If you want to scroll through the memory, press
or
key repeatedly until you find out the number
you want to dial.
key to dial out the number.
3. Press the
Notes: If no numbers are found, "Empty" is displayed.
When the redial book is full, each time you dial a new
number, the oldest number stored in the redial book is
automatically erased.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Use Redial Book options
Using the redial book options, you can add a number to
phone book or delete a number in the redial book.
1. Press the Redial soft key.
2. Scroll to the desired number by using the
or
key.
3. When the number appears on the display, press the
More soft key to choose the desired option:
Add to PB: allows you to add the number to the phone
book. Complete storing the entry by starting from step 4
described in part."Adding the Phone Book Entries"
(obviously, you will find the number already entered in
the appropriate field).
Delete: allows you to delete the selected number.
Delete All: allows you to delete the whole redial book.
key.
4. To return to standby mode, press the
Note: At step 3, when you select Delete or Delete All
options, a message "Confirm ?" will further ask you to
confirm the deletion. To confirm press the Del or Del All
soft key, to escape press the Cancel soft key.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
CID Book
When you receive a call, if the caller's information is
transmitted from the network on which the call was made
(and the caller doesn't hide it), the caller's phone number
is displayed. Moreover, if you missed one or more calls,
the
full, the
icon will appear on the LCD. If the CID memory is
icon will flash on the LCD.
Out Of Area - This message will display when someone
calls from an area where the telephone company is not
offering the caller identification services or is not yet
providing number delivery to your area.
Private - If the caller has exercised the option to prevent
his name and number from being sent, the message will
show on the LCD.
View and dial any of the CID numbers
1. Press the Menu soft key.
2. Use the Select soft key to choose the CID Book, and
if available, the numbers are displayed. (You can
also access the CID book directly by pressing the
key in standby mode.)
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
3. Use
or
key to view the numbers, you
can make a call by pressing the
also add the entry to the phonebook.
key. You can
Note: At step 3, each item of the incoming list is marked
with the
icon if the call has been reviewed or with the
icon if the call hasn't been reviewed yet.
Add CID Number to Phone Book
1. Press the Menu soft key.
2. Use the Select soft key to choose the CID Book.
or
key to view the numbers, when
3. Use
the desired number displays on the LCD, press the More
soft key to enter Add to PB menu.
4. Press the Select soft key, you are prompted to enter
the name.
5. Enter the name and press the Next soft key, then you
can modify the number you want to store.
6. Press the Next soft key, you are able to select the ring
tone from Melody 1 to Melody 10, press the Save soft
key to confirm and exit, you will hear a beep to confirm.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Delete a number in the CID Book
1. Press the Menu soft key.
2. Use the Select soft key to choose the CID Book.
3. Scroll to the number you want to delete by using
or
key.
4. When the desired number appears on the display,
press the More soft key.
or
key to choose Delete, press the
5. Use
Select soft key. The display will show "Confirm ?". Press
the Del soft key to confirm, you will hear a beep and the
LCD shows the next number.
Delete all numbers in the CID Book
1. Press the Menu soft key.
2. Use the Select soft key to choose the CID Book.
or
3. Press the More soft key and use the
key to choose Delete All menu, then press the Select
soft key.
4. The display shows "Confirm ?", press the Del All soft
key to confirm.
Result: You hear a beep and the phone returns to the
standby mode after clearing all the CID numbers.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Torch
If you turn this feature on, the visual ringer will light
steadily. You can use the phone as a torch.
To turn on this feature, in the Standby mode just keep the
key pressed till the visual ringer lights up.
To turn off this function, keep the
again till the visual ringer goes out.
key pressed
Key Lock
If you turn on this feature, all keys will be locked except
M1~M4. You can answer calls by using the
key.
But when you hang up, the phone returns to the locked
mode. This feature is useful to avoid pressing keys by
mistake.
To lock the keys, in the standby mode just keep the
key pressed till the display shows "HS Locked",
then the
icon appears.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
To unlock the keys, keep the
till the key lock icon
key pressed again
disappears from the display.
Note: In locked mode, if you press any key, the phone
will generate a warning tone, and the "HS Locked"
message will be redisplayed.
Auto Answer
With this feature, you can answer a call by just picking up
the handset from the base without pressing any key.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key repeatedly to choose HS
2. Press
Settings, press the Select key.
or
key to choose Auto Answer,
3. Use
then press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose On/Off to
4. Use the
enable/ disable the function, then press the Save soft key,
you will hear a beep to confirm.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Selecting a Language
The handset supports up to 8 predefined languages:
English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch,
Russian and Polish. You can change the language used
to display the menu messages.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key repeatedly to choose HS
2. Press
Settings, press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose Language, then
3. Use
press the Select soft key.
4. The languages will be displayed. Use the
or
key to scroll through the options. Each language
will be displayed in its own native translation.
5. Press Save soft key to select the required language
and you will hear a beep to confirm.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
HS Name
Using this feature, you can define a name to the handset
in order to easily recognize your handset if you have
more than one registered to the same base, but when
you reset the handset, the handset name will be deleted.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key repeatedly to choose HS
2. Press
Settings, press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose HS Name, then
3. Use
press the Select soft key.
4. You can enter the handset name (up to 12 characters)
by using the alphanumeric keys (use the Erase soft key
to delete the incorrect characters), then press the Save
soft key to confirm and exit. The handset name will be
displayed above your handset number in standby mode.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Range Alarm
A beep will sound when the handset is out of range of the
Base. You are able to select to enable/disable this
audible warning.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key repeatedly to choose HS
2. Press
Settings, press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose Tone Setup, then
3. Use
press the Select soft key.
key to choose Range Alarm, then
4. Press the
press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose On/Off to
5. Use
enable/disable this audible warning, then press the Save
soft key, you will hear a confirm beep.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Paging
You can page the handset from the base unit making it
ring with a special tone. It's useful to locate a lost
handset.
Press the
key on the base unit (less than 5
seconds), all the handsets registered to the base will ring
for about 60 seconds.
To stop paging, press the
any key on the handset.
key on the base again or
Note: On a long
key press, more than or equal to 5
seconds, the base will enter subscription mode. For
details, see page 61.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Dial Mode
You can select to change the dial mode by the following
steps:
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key repeatedly to choose BS
2. Press
Settings, and press the Select soft key.
key to choose Dial Mode, then press
3. Press the
the Select soft key.
or
key to select the
4. You can press
required dial mode options (Tone/Pulse) and press the
Save soft key. A confirm beep will be heard.
Note: If you are not sure which dialing mode to select,
please contact your local service provider.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Handsfree
During a call, you may turn on the speakerphone built in
the handset. In this mode you can simply put your
handset on a surface (e.g. a desk) and enjoy the comfort
of the handsfree conversation.
To turn the feature on, press the
during a call (line engaged). The
the LCD.
key
icon appears on
To turn the feature off, and keep on talking in normal
mode, press the
icon will disappear.
key again. The
Notes: Before putting the handset near your ears, be
sure you have turned the speakerphone off.
To adjust the speakerphone volume, page 25 or page 51.
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BASIC FUNCTIONS
Flash Signal
When the line is engaged, pressing the Flash soft key
sends the Flash signal. This key is used in conjunction
with special services (e.g. call waiting) which can be
available from your phone network. For further details
please contact your network telephone company.
To use the said special services, just press the Flash soft
key while the line is engaged: the display will show R.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Phone Book
The phonebook built in your cordless phone allows you to
store frequently used numbers so that you can easily
make a call without having to remember or enter the
phone number.
Character Map
To enter a specific alphanumeric character, press one or
more times the relevant key for the required character
according to the following table: once for the first
character, twice for the second and so on.
Key
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Characters in the displayed order
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Adding the Phone book Entries
1. Press the Menu soft key.
key to choose the Phonebook, press
2. Press the
the Select soft key.
3. Press the Select soft key to choose New.
4. The display shows "Name ?". Enter the name you
want to use, then press the Next soft key to confirm. The
display shows "Number ?". Enter the desired number (up
to 20 digits), press the Next soft key.
or
key to select the ring you like to
5.*Use
associate with the number, press the Save soft key to
confirm.
6. Repeat if necessary.
* If you want to set a VIP number, you should select a
special ring tone for it. The ring tone should be different
from the external ring you have set. You can set up to 9
VIP ring tones associate with 9 VIP numbers/groups.
Note:
If you make a mistake while entering a name or a number,
use the Erase soft key to correct it. Each time you press
the key, the last character or digit is deleted.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Using a Pause
A pause is useful when you access an interactive voice
response system, such as an automated banking system.
A pause provides a delay of 3 seconds. If you want to
insert a pause when you dial a number in standby mode
key. The
or store a number in memory, press the
letter P will appear at the pause entry.
Viewing the Phone book Entries
1. In the standby mode, press the
2. Press
or
entry is displayed.
key.
key repeatedly until the desired
Dialing a Number from Phone book
Find out the number you want to dial. Refer to "Viewing
the Phone book Entries". Then press the
Dial soft key.
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key or
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Editing the Phone book Entries
1. Press the Menu soft key.
key to choose the Phonebook, press
2. Press the
the Select soft key.
3. Press the
Select soft key.
key to choose Edit menu. Press the
or
key repeatedly until the entry
4. Press
you want to edit displays, press the Select soft key to
confirm.
5. If necessary, press the Erase soft key to clear the
digit(s) then enter the desired name and number, press
the Next soft key to save.
or
key to select the ring you like to
6. Use
associate with the number, press the Save soft key to
confirm.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Deleting the Phone book Entries
1. Press the Menu soft key.
key to choose the Phonebook, press
2. Press the
the Select soft key.
or
3. Press
Select soft key.
key to choose Delete. Press the
or
key repeatedly until the name
4. Press
you want to delete displays, then press the Select soft
key. The display shows "Confirm ?". You can press the
Del soft key to delete it or press the Cancel key to exit.
5. At step 3, if you choose Delete All menu and press the
Select soft key, the display will show "Confirm ?". You
can press the Del All soft key to delete all the entries or
press the Cancel key to exit.
PB Status
The PB Status shows the number of phone book entries
already stored. When the PB Status shows on the LCD,
press the Select soft key to enter it.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
One-Touch Memories
You can store up to 4 numbers in direct memories. All the
numbers will be stored in the phone book.
Storing Memory Numbers
1. Press the memory key (M1 to M4) in standby mode.
2. The display shows "Number ?". Enter the desired
number (up to 20 digits), press the Next soft key.
or
key to select the ring you like to
3. Use
associate with the number, press the Save soft key to
confirm.
Viewing Memory Numbers
1. In the standby mode, press the
2. Press
or
number is displayed.
key.
key repeatedly until the desired
Dialing from One-touch Memories
In the standby mode, press M1 to M4 to dial out the
corresponding number.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Editing Memory Numbers
Perform the steps of the “Editing the Phone book Entries”
paragraph. Please refer to page 46.
Note:
The memory default names are M1: to M4:, you can add
something following them but cannot delete the default
name. e.g. you can modify M1 to M1: home.
Deleting Memory Numbers
Perform the steps of the “Deleting the Phone book
Entries” paragraph. Please refer to page 47.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
HS Settings
Setting Alarm
You are able to set the alarm on the handset and adjust
the alarm settings.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose HS Settings,
2. Press
then press the Select soft key.
3. Press the Select soft key to choose Alarm menu.
4. The display shows the current set. Use the
or
key to select On/Off, press the Select soft key.
5. If you select On, the display
invites you to enter the time in HH:MM format. Use the
numeric keypad to enter.
6. Press the Next soft key, a beep sounds and the
display shows Snooze On/Off, you can press
or
key to enable or disable the snooze function on the
alarm and press the Save soft key.
7. When the alarm sounds, press any key to switch it off.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Notes:
At step 5 you need to enter the time in 24-Hour format.
If you press any key when the alarm rings, the alarm will
be silent.
If you choose Snooze On, the alarm will ring at regular
key when
intervals of 11 minutes. If you press the
the alarm sounds, the option will be switched to Snooze
Off.
Audio Setup
You can also use the menu to adjust the audio volume.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose HS Settings,
2. Press
then press the Select soft key.
key to choose Audio Setup menu,
3. Press the
press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose Speaker V. or
4. Use
Earpiece V., press Select soft key.
5. The display shows the current setting. Use the
or
key to choose the volume level (Volume 1
-Volume 5), press the Save soft key.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Key Tone
Every time you press a key, your handset acknowledges
it with a key tone. You can disable the key tones for a
silent use. In certain error conditions, a warning tone will
sound when an incorrect key is pressed.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose HS Settings,
2. Press
then press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose Tone Setup
3. Press
menu, press the Select soft key.
4. Press the Select soft key again to choose Key Tone.
or
key to choose On or Off
5. You can use
to enable or disable the function.
6. Press the Save soft key.
Note:
For normal use, we recommend you leave the key tone
enabled. This makes the phone easier to use.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
LCD Contrast Setting
The adjustment allows you to optimize the visibility of the
display by changing its contrast according to the
environment conditions.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose HS Settings,
2. Press
then press the Select soft key.
or
key repeatedly to choose LCD
3. Press
Contrast, then press the Select soft key.
or
key repeatedly to choose among
4. Use
the 17 available contrast levels, then press the Save soft
key.
5. Press the
key to return to standby mode.
Setting Date & Time
Date & Time Format
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose HS Settings,
2. Press
then press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose Date & Time
3. Press
menu, press the Select soft key.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
4. Use
or
key to choose Date Format or
Time Format, press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose the Date
5. You can use
Format (DD-MM/MM-DD) or the Time Format
(12-Hour/24-Hour), press the Save soft key to save.
Setting date & time
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose HS Settings,
2. Press
then press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose Date & Time
3. Press
menu, press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose Set Date or Set
4. Press
Time menu, press the Select soft key.
5. Enter the current date/time by numeric keypad and
press the Save soft key to save and exit.
Notes:
If you select 12-Hour, AM/PM will appear on the right of
the time in standby mode.
At step 5 you need to enter the time in 24-Hour format.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Selecting a Base
This function allows you to select a base from those
already registered to the handset. You can access the
options by scrolling the menu.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose HS Settings,
2. Press
then press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose Select Base
3. Press
menu, press the Select soft key.
or
key to select the base
4. You can use
you want, then press the Select soft key. If you select a
non-existent base, the handset will sound a warning
tone.
5. The display will show Selected BSX. Press the Select
soft key to confirm. A confirm tone will be heard.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
HS Reset
If you reset the handset, all the features under HS
Settings menu will be restored to the factory initial
setting: Alarm, Audio Setup, Ring Setup, Tone Setup,
Language, HS Name, Auto Answer and Date & Time. But
LCD Contrast can not be restored.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose HS Settings,
2. Press
then press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose the HS Reset
3. Press
menu, press the Select soft key. You will be prompted to
enter the PIN code.
4. Enter the PIN code (the default one is 0000), then
press the Reset soft key. If the PIN code is validated all
handset settings will return to the factory default,
otherwise a warning tone will be heard and the settings
will remain.
Result: After resetting, the handset will return to standby
mode.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Amplified
Your phone is equipped with a specialized amplification
function designed to fit your needs. If you switch this
function on, the handset receiver volume adjustment is
15-30dB. Otherwise the receiver volume adjustment is
0-15dB.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose HS Settings,
2. Press
then press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose the Amplified
3. Press
menu, press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose On or Off
4. You can use
to enable or disable the function.
5. Press the Save soft key.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
BS Settings
Terminate HS
This function allows you to delete a handset registration
from the base.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose BS Settings,
2. Press
then press the Select soft key.
3. Press the Select soft key to choose the Terminate HS
menu. The display shows "PIN?" to prompt you to enter
the PIN Code (The default PIN Code is "0000"). Then
press the OK soft key.
or
key to select a handset, press
4. Use
the Select soft key to confirm. Then the selected handset
will behave according to the unregistered condition. If
you select the current handset you are using or if you
select a non-existent handset, a warning tone will be
heard.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Flash Time
You can select to change the Flash time by the
following steps:
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose BS Settings,
2. Press
then press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose Flash Time menu.
3. Use
Press the Select soft key.
4. The display shows the current setting. Use the
or
key to select Flash-1(100ms:UK and
European countries) /Flash-2(300ms:France), press
the Save soft key.
Modify PIN
This function allows you to change the PIN number of the
currently active Base. The default PIN is 0000.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose BS Settings,
2. Press
then press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose Modify PIN menu,
3. Use
press the Select soft key.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
4. The display shows "PIN?". Enter the current PIN, then
press the Next key. If the old PIN code is correct, you will
be prompted to enter a new PIN code, otherwise a
warning beep will sound and the handset will return to the
Modify PIN menu.
5. Enter the new PIN, press the Next key. You will be
requested to confirm the PIN code. Enter the new PIN
again then press the Save soft key to confirm and exit.
BS Reset
If you reset the base, all the features under BS Settings
menu will be restored to the factory initial setting: Dial
Mode and Flash Time.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key to choose BS Settings,
2. Press
then press the Select soft key.
or
key to choose BS Reset menu,
3. Press
press the Select soft key. You will be prompted to enter
the PIN code.
4. Enter the PIN code (the default PIN is 0000), then
press the Reset soft key. If the PIN code is validated all
Base settings will be reset to the factory default,
otherwise the settings will remain.
Result: After resetting, the handset will return to standby
mode.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Registration
The supplied handset is already registered with the
number 1. You can register up to 5 handsets to the same
base in order to share the same line with other people.
Before registering a handset to the base, you should
key on the base for about 5
press and hold the
seconds then release it when you have eared an Beep.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
or
key repeatedly to choose the
2. Press
Registration, then press the Select soft key.
3. Use
or
key to scroll through the Base
names list, press the Select soft key to choose a base.
The handset will search for the requested base and the
relevant information will flash on the LCD.
4. If the base is found, you will be prompted to enter the
PIN code (the default one is 0000). Enter it then press the
Select soft key. If the PIN code is correct, the
Registration tone will sound and then the base assigns a
number to the handset, otherwise a warning tone will
sound, and then the handset returns to the previous
registration state.
5. If the base is not found, the handset will behave
according to the Out of Range condition.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Calling with more than one Handset
If you have more than one handset registered to the
same base, you can make internal calls and transfer an
external call between the registered handsets.
Making an internal call
1. Press the
key, the LCD displays as follows,
then input the number of the handset you want to call.
2. If the destination handset is not available, the handset
will return to standby mode. If the handset entered is
valid, the called handset will ring and display HSX
Calling. The handset user can press the
answer the internal call.
3. At the end of your conversation, press the
key to
key.
Note:
During the internal call, if an external call comes in, the
LCD will show the caller's number. You should press the
key to end the internal call first then press the
key to answer the call.
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ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
Call transfer between handsets
You can transfer an external call between the handsets
that are registered to the same base.
key then input
1. During an external call, press the
the number of the handset you want to transfer the call
to.
2. If the called party can answer your call, he/she can
key to talk with you. At this time you can
press the
inform him/her of the incoming call.
3. When the called party answers, press the
key or replace the handset to the base to complete the
transfer.
Setting up a 3-way conference call
When you have both an external call and an intercom call
in progress, you can set up a three-way conference call,
like this:
key and then
1. During an external call, press the
input the number of the handset you want to join the
3-way call.
key to answer.
2. The called party press
3. The calling party can press the
3-way call.
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key to start the
ADVANCED FUNCTIONS
4. Either of the two internal handsets can press the
key to leave the conference call at any time.
Note: If one of the handsets drops the conference call,
the remaining handsets will continue the conference.
Caller ID on call waiting
When you subscribe to Call Waiting service from your
local telephone company, the telephone will display the
name and number of the second caller while you are
having a conversation.
1.When you are on the line, the telephone will
automatically display the name and number of the
second caller.
2.Press the Flash soft key + 2 to answer the second
caller.
3.When you have finished, press the Flash soft key + 2
to continue with your conversation with the first caller.
Note: If you have transferred an external call to another
Handset, you cannot use the call waiting function via the
second handset
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FEATURE LIST
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
1.8GHz DECT technology with GAP
2.0" large LCD display (128 x 64 dots matrix display)
Up to 5 handsets to one base
Up to 4 bases to one handset
LCD contrast adjustable
Phonebook with up to 50 entries
9 VIP ring tones setting for phonebook entries
Redial book with up to 10 entries
10 handset ring tones and volume selectable (5
levels+off)
Base ringer volume switch (3 levels+off)
Vibrating loud ring signaler
Headset compatible
4 one-touch memory speed dial buttons
Full handsfree speakerphone
Internal call
Call transfer
3-way conference call
Audio volume & tone adjustable
PIN protection
Redial, Flash, Pause, Mute
TONE/PULSE dialing mode selectable
FLASH time selectable
Call duration display
Real time clock (set time)
Keypad lock
8 languages selectable
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FEATURE LIST
y
y
y
y
y
Auto answer ON/OFF selectable
Alarm clock include snooze option
Handset Name setting
Backlit LCD screen and keypad
Low radiation (optional)
Caller ID
FSK and DTMF dual system Caller ID
Caller ID / Call Waiting
Caller ID list with up to 40 entries
Incoming calls can be called back/added to
phonebook/deleted
y New call indicator
y Message waiting
y
y
y
y
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
Check & Remedy
No operation
y
y
y
y
No dial tone
y
y
Nothing
appears
on the display
Handset
seems
to have very
short
battery life
Caller’s
number
is not
displayed
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
Check that the power adapter is properly
connected.
Check that the telephone line cord is
properly connected.
Check that the handset batteries have full
power.
Check that the handset batteries are
installed properly.
Check that the telephone line cord is
properly connected.
Check that the power adapter is properly
connected.
Check that the handset batteries are
installed properly.
Check that the handset batteries have full
power.
Check that the handset is on.
Check the charge contacts.
Consistently short battery life may indicate
that replacement of the batteries is
necessary.
Make sure the correct batteries are used.
Make sure you have subscribed to a Caller
ID service via your network provider.
The caller may have withheld their details.
Let the phone ring a couple of times as
there may be a delay in receiving the
Caller ID information.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency Range
Channels
Carrier Power
Modulation
Frequency Stability
Charging time
Ambient
temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (mm)
Power Supply
1.88~1.90GHz
120 Duplex channels
<250mW
GFSK
< ± 50 KHz
15 hours
Normal: 15℃ ~ 35℃, Extreme: 0℃
~ 40℃
0%~90%
Base: 136 x 100 x 59; Handset:
160 x 58 x 38
Base input: 7.5V, 500mA; Handset
input: Ni-MH: 1.2V x 3, 600mAh
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
If you subscribe to a DSL service
Please attach a noise filter (contact your DSL provider) to
the telephone line between the base unit and the
telephone line jack in the event of the following:
- Noise is heard during conversations.
- Caller ID features do not function properly.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
General
Only use the power supply included with the product.
Only use the approved rechargeable batteries supplied.
Do not open the handset (except to replace the handset
batteries) or base. Contact the helpline for all repairs.
Never dispose of batteries in a fire. There is a serious risk
of explosion and/ or the release of toxic chemicals.
Do not place objects on the line cord or power cable that
may cause damage.
If you are sure you are not going to use the telephone for
over a month, remove the batteries.
Cleaning
Unplug the telephone. Clean the telephone with a soft
cloth. Keep the base and handset charging contacts
clean. Never use polishes or cleaning agents - they could
damage the finish or the electrics inside.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Environmental
Do not expose to direct sunlight.
Always ensure there is a free flow of air over the surfaces
of the telephone.
Do not place any part of your product in water and do not
use it in damp or humid conditions e.g. bathrooms.
Do not expose your product to fire or other hazardous
conditions.
Unplug your phone from the telephone socket during
thunderstorms because it could damage your telephone.
Your guarantee does not cover thunderstorm damage.
The telephone is designed for working within a
temperature range of 5°C to 45°C.
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GUARANTEE
From the moment your Geemarc product is purchased,
Geemarc guarantee it for the period of one year. During
this time, all repairs or replacements (at our discretion)
are free of charge. Should you experience a problem
then contact our help line or visit our website at
www.geemarc.com. The guarantee does not cover
accidents, negligence or breakages to any parts. The
product must not be tampered with or taken apart by
anyone who is not an authorized Geemarc representative.
The Geemarc guarantee in no way limits your legal
rights.
IMPORTANT: YOUR RECEIPT IS PART OF YOUR
GUARANTEE AND MUST BE RETAINED AND
PRODUCED IN THE EVENT OF AWARRANTY CLAIM.
Please note: The guarantee applies to
the United Kingdom only
DECLARATION: Geemarc Telecom SA hereby declares
that this product is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of the Radio
and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive
1999/5/EEC and in particular article 3 section 1a, 1b and
section 2. The telephone does not operate if the line
current is lower than 18 mA.
The declaration of conformity may be consulted at
www.geemarc.com
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GUARANTEE
Electrical connection: The apparatus is designed to
operate from a 230V 50Hz supply only. (Classified as
‘hazardous voltage’ according to EN60950 standard).
The apparatus does not incorporate an integral power
on/off switch. To disconnect the power, either switch off
supply at the mains power socket or unplug the AC
adaptor. When installing the apparatus, ensure that the
mains power socket is readily accessible.
Telephone connection: Voltages present on the
telecommunication network are classified TNV-3
(Telecommunication Network Voltage) according to the
EN60950 standard.
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RECYCLING DIRECTIVES
The WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment)
has been put in place for the products at the end of their
useful life are recycled in the best way.
When this product is finished with, please do not put it in
your domestic waste bin.
Please use one of the following disposal options:
- Remove the batteries and deposit them in an
appropriate WEEE skip. Deposit the product in an
appropriate WEEE skip.
- Or, hand the old product to the retailer. If you purchase
a new one, they should accept it.
Thus if you respect these instructions you ensure human
health and environmental protection.
For product support and help visit our website at
www.geemarc.com
Telephone 01707 384438
Or fax 01707 832529
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GERMANY
Walter Kolb Str. 9-11
60594 Frankfurt am Main
Deutschland
Tel: 069 / 96 217 635
Fax: 069 / 96 217 620
www.geemarc.com
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