Model 27907 Series DECT 6.0 Cordless Handset Speakerphone

Model 27907 Series DECT 6.0 Cordless Handset Speakerphone
Model 27907 Series
DECT 6.0 Cordless
Handset Speakerphone
Answering System User’s Guide
Your new GE telephone system is EXPANDABLE up to a total of 4 handsets
(by purchase of optional Model 27907 handset with charge cradle)
Equipment Approval Information
Your telephone equipment is approved for connection to the
Public Switched Telephone Network and is in compliance with
parts 15 and 68, FCC Rules and Regulations and the Technical
Requirements for Telephone Terminal Equipment published by
ACTA.
1Notification to the Local Telephone Company
On the bottom of this equipment is a label indicating, among
other information, the US number and Ringer Equivalence
Number (REN) for the equipment. You must, upon request,
provide this information to your telephone company.
The REN is useful in determining the number of devices
you may connect to your telephone line and still have all of
these devices ring when your telephone number is called. In
most (but not all) areas, the sum of the RENs of all devices
connected to one line should not exceed 5. To be certain
of the number of devices you may connect to your line
as determined by the REN, you should contact your local
telephone company.
A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the
premises wiring and telephone network must comply with
the applicable FCC Part 68 rules and requirements adopted
by the ACTA. A compliant telephone cord and modular plug
is provided with this product. It is designed to be connected
to a compatible modular jack that is also compliant. See
installation instructions for details.
Notes
• This equipment may not be used on coin service provided
by the telephone company.
• Party lines are subject to state tariffs, and therefore, you
may not be able to use your own telephone equipment if
you are on a party line. Check with your local telephone
company.
• Notice must be given to the telephone company upon
permanent disconnection of your telephone from your line.
• If your home has specially wired alarm equipment
connected to the telephone line, ensure the installation of
this product does not disable your alarm equipment. If you
have questions about what will disable alarm equipment,
consult your telephone company or a qualified installer.
US Number is located on the cabinet bottom.
REN Number is located on the cabinet bottom.
2Rights of the Telephone Company
Should your equipment cause trouble on y our line which may
harm the telephone network, the telephone company shall,
where practicable, notify you that temporary discontinuance
of service may be required. Where prior notice is not
practicable and the circumstances warrant such action, the
telephone company may temporarily discontinue service
immediately. In case of such temporary discontinuance, the
telephone company must: (1) promptly notify you of such
temporary discontinuance; (2) afford you the opportunity to
correct the situation; and (3) inform you of your right to bring
a complaint to the Commission pursuant to procedures set
forth in Subpart E of Part 68, FCC Rules and Regulations.
The telephone company may make changes in its
communications facilities, equipment, operations or
procedures where such action is required in the operation
of its business and not inconsistent with FCC Rules and
Regulations. If these changes are expected to affect the use
or performance of your telephone equipment, the telephone
company must give you adequate notice, in writing, to allow
you to maintain uninterrupted service.
Interference Information
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference; and (2) This device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation.
Privacy of Communications may not be ensured when using this
product.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna (that is, the
antenna for radio or television that is “receiving” the
interference).
• Reorient or relocate and increase the separation between
the telecommunications equipment and receiving antenna.
• Connect the telecommunications equipment into an outlet
on a circuit different from that to which the receiving
antenna is connected.
If these measures do not eliminate the interference, please
consult your dealer or an experienced radio/television technician
for additional suggestions. Also, the Federal Communications
Commission has prepared a helpful booklet, “How To Identify
and Resolve Radio/TV Interference Problems.” This booklet is
available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington,
D.C. 20402. Please specify stock number 004-000-00345-4 when
ordering copies.
Notice: The changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's
authority to operate the equipment.
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC)
This telephone system meets FCC standards for Hearing Aid
Compatibility.
Licensing
Licensed under US Patent 6,427,009.
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits
set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment
should be installed and operated with a minimum distance
of 20 centimeters between the radiator and your body. This
transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction
with any other antenna or transmitter.”
For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and
meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with the belt
clip supplied with this product. Use of other accessories may
not ensure compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines.
Information for DECT Product
This 27907 telephone is compliant with the DECT 6.0
standard which operates in the 1.92GHz to 1.93GHz
frequency range.
CAUTION:
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING: TO
PREVENT FIRE OR
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
HAZARD, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS
PRODUCT TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
THE LIGHTNING
FLASH AND ARROW
HEAD WITHIN THE
TRIANGLE IS A
WARNING SIGN
ALERTING YOU OF
“DANGEROUS
VOLTAGE” INSIDE
THE PRODUCT.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT REMOVE COVER (OR
BACK). NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
THE EXCLAMATION
POINT WITHIN THE
TRIANGLE IS A
WARNING SIGN
ALERTING YOU OF
IMPORTANT
INSTRUCTIONS
ACCOMPANYING
THE PRODUCT.
SEE MARKING ON BOTTOM / BACK OF PRODUCT
Table of Contents
Equipment Approval Information..................................... 2
Interference Information. ............................................... 4
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC)..................................... 6
Licensing......................................................................... 6
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement............................ 6
Information for DECT Product...................................... 6
Table of Contents........................................................... 7
Introduction................................................................. 12
Before You Begin.......................................................... 12
Parts Checklist (for model 27907)...................................................................... 12
Telephone Jack Requirements...............................................13
Installation .................................................................. 13
Digital Security System..........................................................13
Important Installation Guidelines........................................14
Handset Layout............................................................. 15
Base Layout................................................................... 16
Installing the Phone. .................................................... 17
Installing the Handset Battery............................................17
Base Station. ............................................................................18
Answering System Setup................................................ 19
Setting the Voice Prompt Language....................................20
Voice Time/Day Stamp and Real Time Clock. .....................20
Speaker Volume.......................................................................21
Voice Instruction. ...................................................................21
Recording the Outgoing Announcement............................21
Reviewing and Choosing the Announcement.....................22
Programming the Telephone.......................................... 23
Standby Screen........................................................................23
Programming Functions. .......................................................23
Room Monitor (applicable only with additional
handsets)...............................................................................23
Handset Setup. ........................................................................25
Language..............................................................................25
Handset Name.....................................................................26
Ringer Tone.........................................................................27
Ringer Volume. ...................................................................27
VIP Melody..........................................................................28
Storing VIP Melody...........................................................29
Changing a Stored VIP Melody Record........................30
Reviewing And Deleting Stored VIP Melody Record. 30
Key Tone...............................................................................31
Audio Predial .....................................................................31
Message Alert (for answering system)...........................32
Rings to Answer (for answering system)........................32
Security Code (for answering system)............................33
Area Code............................................................................34
Tone/Pulse..........................................................................35
Registration.........................................................................35
De-Registration..................................................................36
Global De-registration.....................................................38
Default Setting...................................................................38
Telephone Operation..................................................... 39
Visual Indicators.....................................................................39
Base.......................................................................................39
Handset................................................................................40
VMWI / Visual Ringer Indicator on Handset..............40
Speakerphone Operation....................................................................................................................... 40
Making a Call..........................................................................41
Answering Calls. ....................................................................41
Call Timer.................................................................................42
Auto Standby. ..........................................................................42
Ringer HI/LO/OFF (Shortcut).............................................42
Flash/Call Waiting................................................................43
Last Number Redial. ...............................................................43
Exit.............................................................................................44
Page. ..........................................................................................44
Handset to Handset Paging (applicable only with
additional handsets)...........................................................45
Paging All Handsets from a Handset (applicable only
with additional handsets)..................................................45
Paging from the Base/Group Page.................................46
Mute. .........................................................................................46
Receiver Volume Control......................................................46
Volume Boost ....................................................................47
Intercom Operation (applicable only with additional
handsets).................................................................. 47
Making an Intercom Call. .....................................................47
Receiving an Intercom Call...................................................48
Advanced Intercom Features. ...............................................49
Receiving an Incoming Call During an Intercom Call49
Using Intercom with External Telephone Calls..........49
Two-Way Calling. .............................................................49
Three-Way Calling ...........................................................50
Transferring External Calls to Other Handsets........51
Caller ID (CID)............................................................. 52
Call Waiting Caller ID..........................................................52
Receiving CID Records...........................................................53
Storing CID Records (In CID Memory)...............................53
Reviewing CID Records. ........................................................54
Dialing a CID Number............................................................54
Storing CID Records in Internal Memory.........................55
To Replace a Stored CID Record. .......................................56
Deleting a CID Record..........................................................56
Deleting All CID Records....................................................57
Memory......................................................................... 57
Storing a Name and Number in Memory.............................57
Storing the Last Number Dialed..........................................59
Inserting a Pause in the Dialing Sequence (of a Stored
Number).................................................................................60
Reviewing Records Stored in Memory................................60
Changing Records Stored in Memory.................................60
Deleting Records Stored in Memory...................................61
Dialing a Number from Memory...........................................61
Chain Dialing from Memory..................................................62
Answering System Operation......................................... 63
Message Counter Indicator...................................................63
Leaving a Message/Memo......................................................64
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Screening Calls from the Base............................................65
Message Playback. ..................................................................65
Memory Full. ...........................................................................66
Erasing Messages....................................................................66
Remote Access............................................................... 67
Cordless Handset...................................................................67
Screening Calls from the Handset. ....................................68
Accessing the Answering System from Another
Location. ...............................................................................68
Memory Full. ...........................................................................69
Belt Clip and Optional Headset.................................... 70
Connecting the Belt Clip.......................................................70
Connecting an Optional Headset to the Handset............70
Changing the Battery.................................................... 71
Battery Safety Precautions........................................... 72
Display Messages........................................................... 73
Answering System Display Messages.............................. 76
Handset Sound Signals................................................. 77
Troubleshooting Guide. ................................................ 77
Telephone Solutions...............................................................77
Caller ID Solutions. ..............................................................79
Battery Solutions. ..................................................................80
Answering System Solutions......................................... 80
Causes of Poor Reception............................................. 81
General Product Care.................................................. 82
Service.......................................................................... 83
Index............................................................................. 84
Limited Warranty. ........................................................ 89
Accessory Information.................................................. 93
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Introduction
CAUTION: When using telephone equipment,
there are basic safety instructions that
should always be followed. Refer to the
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS provided
with this product and save them for future
reference.
IMPORTANT: Because cordless phones operate
on electricity, you should have at least one
phone in your home that isn’t cordless, in case
the power in your home goes out.
Before You Begin
Parts Checklist (for model 27907)
Make sure your package includes
the items shown here.
AC power
adaptor
Handset battery
pack
Battery
compartment cover
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Belt clip
Base
Handset
Wall mount
bracket
Telephone line
cord
Telephone Jack Requirements
Wall plate
To use this phone, you need an RJ11C type Modular
modular telephone jack, which might look telephone
like the one pictured here, installed in your line jack
home. If you don’t have a modular jack,
call your local phone company to find out how to get one
installed.
Installation
Digital Security System
Your cordless phone uses a digital security system to protect
against false ringing, unauthorized access, and charges to
your phone line.
INSTALLATION NOTE: Some cordless telephones
operate at frequencies that may cause
or receive interference with nearby TVs,
microwave ovens, and VCRs. To minimize or
prevent such interference, the base of the
cordless telephone should not be placed near
or on top of a TV, microwave ovens, or VCR. If
such interference continues, move the cordless
telephone farther away from these appliances.
Certain other communications devices
may also use the 1.9 GHz frequency for
communication, and, if not properly set, these
devices may interfere with each other and/
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or your new telephone. If you are concerned
with interference, please refer to the owner’s
manual for these devices on how to properly
set channels to avoid interference. Typical
devices that may use the 1.9 GHz frequency for
communication include wireless audio/video
senders, wireless computer networks, multihandset cordless telephone systems, and some
long-range cordless telephone systems.
Important Installation Guidelines
• Avoid sources of noise and heat, such as motors,
fluorescent lighting, microwave ovens, heating
appliances and direct sunlight.
• Avoid areas of excessive dust, moisture and low
temperature.
• Avoid other cordless telephones or personal computers.
• Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
• Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the
jack is specifically designed for wet locations.
• Never touch non-insulated telephone wires or terminals,
unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the
network interface.
• Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
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Handset Layout
Voice Mail Waiting
Indicator (VMWI) /
Visual Ringer
display
Vol Boost
(volume boost
button)
TALK/CALL BACK
(button)
CALLER ID/VOLUME
5(caller id/volume
up button)
CALLER ID/VOLUME
6(caller id/volume
down button)
format/conf
(format/conference
button)
SPEAKER (button)
delete (button)
redial (button)
program/mute
(button)
INT
(intercom button)
8 (skip button)
7 (review button)
4/<
(play/stop button)
* exit (button)
#pause/ringer
(button)
memory (button)
erase (button)
flash/answerer
(button)
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Base Layout
DAY/CHECK (button)
SPEAKER
language (button)
HOUR (button)
MIN
(minute button)
VMWI / Visual Ringer
(Indicator)
review
(button)
Message Counter
(indicator)
PLAY/STOP
(button)
skip (button)
delete (button)
message speed
(button)
announce (button)
page (button)
charge/in use
(indicator)
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memo (button)
volume 5/6
(buttons)
ans on/off
(answerer on/off
button)
Installing the Phone
Installing the Handset Battery
NOTE: You must connect the handset battery
before use.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of fire or
personal injury, use only the Thomson Inc.
approved model 5-2721 Nickel-metal Hydride
battery (Ni-MH), which is compatible with this
unit.
1. Locate battery and battery door which are packaged
together inside a plastic bag and are separate from the
handset.
2. Locate the battery compartment on the back of the
handset.
3. Plug the battery pack cord into the jack inside the
compartment.
NOTE: To ensure proper battery installation, the
connector is keyed and can be inserted only one
way.
battery
pack
PRESS DOWN
FIRMLY
black wire
red wire
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4. Insert the battery pack.
5. Close the battery compartment by pushing the door up
until it snaps into place.
Base Station
1. Choose an area near an electrical outlet and a telephone
wall jack (RJ11C), and place your cordless telephone on a
level surface, such as a desktop or tabletop, or you may
mount it on the wall.
2. Plug one end of the telephone line cord into the TEL LINE
jack on the back of the base and the other end into a
modular jack.
3. Plug the AC power converter into the electrical outlet and
the DC connector into the jack on the back of the base.
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4. Place the handset in the base cradle. The charge/in use
indicator turns on, verifying the battery is charging.
5. Allow the phone to charge for 16 hours prior to first use. If
you don’t properly charge the phone, battery performance
is compromised.
CAUTION: To reduce risk of personal injury,
fire, or damage use only the 5-2760 power
adaptor listed in the user’s guide. This power
adaptor is intended to be correctly orientated
in a vertical or floor mount position.
Answering System Setup
This section shows you how to set up your answering
system to receive incoming calls. Before you begin the set up
process, you must turn on the answering system.
• Press the ans on/off button to turn the answering system
on and off.
The MESSAGES indicator lights when the answering
system is on. The indicator blinks when you have new
messages.
NOTE: The answering system displays “- -” when
it is off.
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Setting the Voice Prompt Language
The default voice prompt language is English.
To change the answering system’s voice prompt language,
• Press the language button on top of base to change to
the FRENCH voice prompt. The unit announces “OPTION
FRANCAISE “ and Fr shows in the message counter.
• Press the language button again to change to the
SPANISH voice prompt. The unit announces “SELECCION
ESPANOL” and SP shows in the message counter.
NOTE: To change to English, press the language
button again. En shows in the message counter.
NOTE: In remote access mode, the system
follows the selected language. The voice prompt
language cannot be switched remotely.
Voice Time/Day Stamp and Real Time Clock
1. Make sure the answering system is ON.
2. Press and hold the DAY/CHECK button to set the day of the
week.
3. Press and hold the HOUR button to set the hour (a.m. or
p.m.). Example: 12AM, 1AM, or 12PM, 1PM.
4. Press and release the MIN button to advance the clock in
one minute intervals. Press and hold to increase by 5minute increments.
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5. After the time is set, the real time clock will be displayed
on the handset within 1 minute.
NOTE: You must set the day manually. You may
choose to set the time manually as well, although
the time is automatically transmitted by your
local phone company as part of Caller ID service.
If you subscribe to Caller ID service, the current
time is set automatically when you receive your
first CID record.
Speaker Volume
Use the volume (5 or 6) buttons to adjust speaker volume
on the base to a comfortable level. L1 is the minimum
speaker volume and L8 is the maximum.
Voice Instruction
If you need additional assistance, press the review button in
standby mode and follow the voice instructions.
Recording the Outgoing Announcement
For best results when recording, you should be about
nine inches from the microphone, and eliminate as much
background noise as possible.
You may record an outgoing announcement in the
answerer or choose the default for your current outgoing
announcement.
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1. Make sure the answering system is ON.
2. Press and hold the announce button until the speaker
announces “RECORD ANNOUNCEMENT AFTER TONE“.
3. Begin speaking after you hear the beep.
4. Release the button when you finish your announcement.
NOTE: If you choose not to record an outgoing
announcement, a default announcement plays
instead. To return to the default announcement
after you have recorded your own outgoing
announcement, press the announce button and
release it when you hear the beep. Or, press
the delete button while the announcement is
reviewing.
Sample Outgoing Announcement
Hi, this is (use your name here), I can’t answer the phone
right now, so please leave your name, number and a brief
message after the tone, and I’ll get back to you. Thanks.
NOTE: The maximum recording time for the
outgoing announcement is 2 minutes.
Reviewing and Choosing the Announcement
Press and release the announce button to review and select
this one as your outgoing announcement.
NOTE: Press the PLAY/STOP button at any time
to stop playing the announcement.
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Programming the Telephone
Standby Screen
The handset displays the handset number and user name.
Programming Functions
The system uses a menu structure to give you access to all
of the built-in features. You may program the following items
in main menu: Room Monitor and Handset Setup.
Room Monitor (applicable only with additional
handsets)
1. Make sure your phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the mute/program button to go to the main menu.
3. Press caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to ROOM
MONITOR.
4. Press mute/program button to enter ROOM MONITOR
menu, ROOM MONITOR EXTENSION? shows in the display.
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5. Use the touch tone pad to enter the handset number to be
monitored.
NOTE: When this phone system is expanded (up
to 4 handsets by purchase of optional Model
27918 handset with recharge cradle), handsets
are named HANDSET 1, HANDSET 2, HANDSET 3
and HANDSET 4 respectively.
6. The receiving handset will turn on the microphone and
the originating handset will turn on the speakerphone to
monitor sound from the receiving handset.
NOTE: For room monitoring mode to work, the
originating handset must NOT be on the cradle.
NOTE: While in room monitoring mode, the
handsets will emit an alert tone approximately
every 5 seconds if there is an incoming call. You
may press the SPEAKER button to quit room
monitor and answer the call.
NOTE: While in room monitoring mode, the originating
handset can be switched to monitor by handset
earpiece by pressing the TALK/CALL BACK button once.
Switch back to speakerphone by pressing the SPEAKER
button once.
NOTE: Press the exit button on the handset to
exit room monitor mode.
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Handset Setup
1. Make sure your phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the mute/program button to go to the main menu.
3. Press caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to
HANDSET SETUP.
4. Press mute/program button to confirm and you may
program the following items: Language, Handset Name,
Ringer Tone, Ringer Volume, VIP Melody, Key Tone, Audio
Predial, Message Alert, Rings to Answer, Security Code,
Area Code, Tone/Pulse, Registration, Deregistration and
Default Setting.
NOTE: During programming, you may press the
exit button at any time to exit the sub-menu
and return to the menu.
Language
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
SET LANGUAGE sub-menu.
2. Press mute/program button to enter the menu. SET
LANGUAGE 1ENG 2FRA 3ESP shows in the display.
3. Use the touch tone pad on the handset to select 1ENG,
2FRA, 3ESP, or use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5)
button to scroll to the desired language. English is the
default setting.
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4. Press the mute/program button to save your selection.
You will hear a confirmation tone and the selected
language shows in the display.
Handset Name
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
HANDSET NAME sub-menu.
2. Press mute/program button to enter the menu. HANDSET
NAME shows in the display.
3. Use the touch-tone pad to enter a name (up to 15
characters). More than one letter is stored in each of the
number keys. For example, to enter Bill Smith, press the 2
key twice for the letter B. Press the 4 key 3 times for the
letter I. Press the 5 key 3 times for the letter L. Press the 5
key 3 times for the second letter L, and press the 1 key to
insert a space between the first and last name. Press the
7 key 4 times for the letter S; press the 6 key once for the
letter M; press the 4 key 3 times for the letter I; press the 8
key for the letter T; press the 4 key twice for the letter H.
NOTE: If you make a mistake, use the delete
button to backspace and delete one character
at a time.
4. Press the mute/program button to save your name. You
will hear a confirmation tone and the handset name
shows in the display.
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Ringer Tone
You may choose from ten different ringer tones and ten
different melodies.
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
RINGER TONE sub-menu.
2. Press mute/program button to enter the menu. SET
RINGER TONE 01 shows in the display. 01 is default
setting.
3. Use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
desired setting (1 through 20). You will hear a sample of
the ringer tone/melody you select.
4. Press the mute/program button to save your selection.
You will hear a confirmation tone and the selected ringer
tone shows in the display.
NOTE: You must have the Ringer Volume set to
ON for ring tone to signal an incoming call.
Ringer Volume
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
RINGER VOLUME sub-menu.
2. Press mute/program button to enter the menu. SET
RINGER 1HI 2LO 3OFF shows in the display.
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3. Use the touch tone pad on the handset to select 1, 2 or 3, or
use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to your
selection. HI is the default setting.
4. Press the mute/program button to save your selection.
You will hear a confirmation tone and the new volume
setting shows in the display.
NOTE: If you turn the ringer OFF, the ringer off icon
shows in the display.
VIP Melody
This features allows you to assign a specific melody to
someone you want to get your attention when the person
calls. When a VIP melody is assigned and that person
calls, the unit rings the normal ring for the first ring and
then follows with VIP melody ring. You may choose from
ten different polyphonic melodies and may store up to 10
VIP records.
NOTE: This feature ONLY works when the
following conditions are met.
1. You have subscribed to Caller ID.
2. You have your Caller ID record previously
transferred to the memory. (Refer to Storing CID
Records in Internal Memory). NO USER MEMORY
will show in the display to remind the user to do
CID record transfer first.
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Storing VIP Melody
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to VIP
MELODY sub-menu.
2. Press mute/program button to select VIP melody feature
and then display VIP 1 record.
- If VIP1 does NOT contain any specific number/records, it
will display EMPTY.
3. Press caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to select the
specific VIP melody memory location (10 VIP locations)
that does not contain any record.
4. Press mute/program button to display SELECT MEMORY.
NOTE: If the memory location does not contain any CID
memory records and you are trying to mark a specific
record as VIP MELODY, then SELECT MEMORY will not
be displayed. Instead, NO USER MEMORY will display in
prompt to alert the user.
5. Press caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to view the records
from memory to be selected as VIP.
6. Press mute/program button to confirm and then display
VIP MELODY 01 to wait for the melody tone selection.
7. Press caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to select from
melody 01 to melody 10 (a testing tone is generated while
making melody selection)
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8. Press mute/program button to confirm.
NOTE: If the desired number/record was
previously stored in any one of the ten VIP
melody records, DUPLICATE NUMBER shows in
the display.
Changing a Stored VIP Melody Record
Use the Storing VIP Melody procedure to change the number
of a selected record and replace the old phone number with
new phone number.
When REPLACE VIP# ? shows in the display, you must
press mute/program button on the handset to confirm
replacement.
Reviewing And Deleting Stored VIP Melody
Record
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the mute/program button to enter to VIP MELODY
menu.
2. Use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
desired VIP Melody Record.
3. If you want to delete the information, press the delete
button on the handset while the entry displays. The
display show DELETE VIP# ?.
4. Press delete again to confirm. You will hear a confirmation
tone and VIP# DELETED shows in the display.
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Key Tone
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
KEY TONE sub-menu.
2. Press mute/program button to enter the menu. SET KEY
TONE 1ON 2 OFF shows in the display.
3. Use the touch tone pad on the handset to select 1 or 2, or
use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to your
selection. 1ON is the default setting.
4. Press the mute/program button to confirm and the key
tone setting shows in the display.
Audio Predial
The handset will announce the numbers as you press 0-9 on
the keypad while in pre-dialing mode.
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
AUDIO PREDIAL sub-menu.
2. Press mute/program button to enter the menu. AUDIO
PREDIAL 1ON 2 OFF shows in the display.
3. Use the touch tone pad on the handset to select 1 or 2, or
use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to your
selection. 2OFF is the default setting.
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4. Press the mute/program button to confirm your selection.
NOTE: If both AUDIO PREDIAL and KEY TONE are
set to on, AUDIO PREDIAL will take the priority
in dialing mode.
Message Alert (for answering system)
This feature sets your answering system to give an alert tone
every 10 seconds when there are new messages.
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
MESSAGE ALERT sub-menu.
2. Press mute/program button to enter the menu. NEW MSG
ALERT 1ON 2OFF shows in the display.
3. Use the touch-tone pad to enter the selection, or use the
caller ID-volume (6 or 5) button to scroll to the 1ON or
2OFF. The default setting is 2OFF.
4. Press the mute/program button to confirm. You will hear
a confirmation tone and the new setting shows in the
display.
Rings to Answer (for answering system)
This feature lets you select the number of times you want the
phone to ring before the answering system answers a call.
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the RING
TO ANSWER sub-menu.
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2. Press mute/program button to enter the menu. RING TO
ANSWER 3 4 5 6 TS shows in the display.
3. Use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
your selection. The default setting is 5.
4. Press the mute/program button to confirm. You will hear
a confirmation tone and the new setting shows in the
display.
NOTE: If you select Toll Saver (TS) the unit
answers after the 3rd ring if there are NEW
messages, OR the unit answers after the 5th
ring if there are NO new messages. This allows
user to access their answerer from another
location and then hang up after 4 rings to save
long distance charges.
Security Code (for answering system)
You can access the answering system from a tone dialing
telephone in another (remote) location. The security code
is required for remote access, and it prevents unauthorized
access to your answering system.
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1.Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
SECURITY CODE sub-menu.
2. Press mute/program button to enter the menu. SECURITY
CODE 1 2 3 shows in the display.
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3. Use the touch-tone pad to enter your new 3-digit security
code. The default setting is 123.
4. Press the mute/program button to confirm. You will hear a
confirmation tone and the new security code shows in the
display.
NOTE: If you make a mistake, use the delete
button to delete the security code and begin
again.
Area Code
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
AREA CODE sub-menu.
2. Press mute/program button to enter the menu. SET AREA
CODE - - - shows in the display.
3. Use the touch-tone pad to enter your 3-digit area code.
4. Press the mute/program button to confirm. You will hear
a confirmation tone and the new area code shows in the
display.
NOTE: To restore the default setting to - - -, press
and release delete when SET AREA CODE shows in
the display.
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Tone/Pulse
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 5 or 6) button to scroll to the
TONE PULSE sub-menu.
2. Press mute/program button to enter the menu. TONE/
PULSE 41TONE 2PULSE shows in the display. The default
setting is “1 TONE”.
3. Use the touch-tone pad or caller ID-volume ( 5 or 6) to
enter 1 TONE or 2 PULSE.
4. Press the mute/program button to confirm. You will hear a
confirmation tone and your selection shows in the display.
Registration
Your packaged handset(s) are pre-registered and ready to
use. It is not recommended that a handset be registered
again unless absolutely necessary.
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
REGISTRATION sub-menu.
2. Press the mute/program button to enter the menu.
REGISTRATION 1YES42NO - - - shows in the display The
default setting is 2NO.
3. Use the touch-tone pad to select 1 for YES or 2 for NO. Or
use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to 1YES
or 2NO.
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4. If you select 1YES, press the mute/program button. HOLD
BASE PAGE FOR 5 SECONDS, THEN PRESS HANDSET
PROGRAM shows in the display. (Your handset should be
held near the base during registration process.)
5. Press and hold the page button on the base unit, the
charge/in use indicator flashes. Press the handset mute/
program button. REGISTERING shows in the display.
HANDSET X REGISTERED shows in the handset display,
where X is the handset number. You may now rename
your handset. (Refer to Step 3 & 4 of Handset Name
Section)
NOTE: IF you are re-registering the handset
through the handset menu; to rename your
handset you must go to the Handset Name
Section and start from the beginning step.
De-Registration
De-registration cancels registration. During the deregistration process, keep the handset near the base.
From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
DEREGISTRATION sub-menu.
2. Press the mute/program button to enter the menu.
DEREGISTRATION 1YES42NO - - - shows in the display
The default setting is "2NO".
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3. Use the touch-tone pad to select 1 for YES or 2 for NO. Or
use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to 1YES
or 2NO.
WARNING: It is not recommended that a
handset be de-registered unless absolutely
necessary because once a handset is deregistered, that handset’s telephone features
cannot be used until the handset is reregistered.
4. Select NO, if you do not want to de-register.
5. If you select 1YES, press the mute/program button
and MOVE NEAR TO BASE displays for 2 seconds, then
CONFIRM? 1YES 2NO appears in the display.
6. Press the touch-tone pad to select 1YES or 2NO, or use the
caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to 1YES or 2NO.
7. If you select YES, press the mute/program button
to confirm. DE-REGISTER... shows in the display.
You will hear a confirmation tone. Then HANDSET X
DEREGISTERED shows in the display to confirm the
handset is deregistered.
NOTE: When you complete the de-registration
process, HANDSET NEEDS REGISTRATION shows
in the display. To use the handset, you MUST
re-register the handset using the Registration
process.
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Global De-registration
If one or more handsets becomes lost, you should deregister all handsets to ensure proper system operation.
WARNING: It is not recommended that a
handset be de-registered unless absolutely
necessary because once a handset is deregistered, that handset’s telephone features
cannot be used until the handset is reregistered.
1. Disconnect power from the base by pulling the plug out of
the back of the unit.
2. Press and hold the Page button and while holding the
Page button reconnect the power.
3. Continue to hold the Page button until the charge/in use
light flashes rapidly.
4. Release the Page button
5. Press and release the page button on the base once.
All handsets are de-registered and HANDSET NEEDS
REGISTRATION shows in the display.
Default Setting
As you become familiar with this system, you may prefer to
use the system’s original settings. Follow the steps below to
return to the factory default settings.
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From the Handset Setup Menu:
1. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
DEFAULT SETTING sub-menu.
2. Press the mute/program button to enter the menu.
DEFAULT SETTING 1YES 2NO shows in the display. The
default setting is 2NO.
3. Use the touch-tone pad to select 1YES or 2NO, or use the
caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to move the cursor to
1YES or 2NO.
NOTE: If you choose YES all the settings in the
programmable menu are returned to factory
default setting.
4. Press the mute/program button to save your selection.
You will hear a confirmation tone.
Telephone Operation
Visual Indicators
Base
The indicator on the base will flash to alert you to an
incoming call, during paging, or if you have a message
waiting from your service provider. The indicator will remain
lit when a handset is in the base charging or when the line is
in use.
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Handset
The TALK/CALL BACK and SPEAKER indicator buttons flash
when you receive a call and remain lit during a call.
The keypad and CID will also light when a call is received.
VMWI / Visual Ringer Indicator on Handset
IMPORTANT: In order to use this unit’s Voice
Mail Waiting Indicator (VMWI) feature, you
must subscribe to this service from your
phone company.
The VMWI indicator on the top of the handset flashes when
you receive a new message from your service provider. Also,
it serves as a Visual Ringer function. It will flash when there is
an incoming call.
Speakerphone Operation.
NOTE: If you are using the speakerphone,
remain close to handset so the party you are
speaking to can hear you.
If you are using the handset and want to switch to the
speakerphone, press the SPEAKER button, press SPEAKER
again to end conversation.
If you are using the speakerphone and want to switch to
the handset, press the TALK/CALL BACK button, press TALK/
CALL BACK again to end conversation.
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Making a Call
1. Press the TALK/CALL BACK or SPEAKER button. Dial the
desired number.
- OR Dial the number first, then press the TALK/CALL BACK or
SPEAKER button.
- OR Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to select
the desired record, then press the TALK/CALL BACK or
SPEAKER button.
2. When finished, press the TALK/CALL BACK or SPEAKER
button to hang up.
NOTE: You may enter up to 32 pre-dial digits.
NOTE: If you want to delete the pre-dial number
you entered, press the delete button until all of
the digits are erased.
Answering Calls
1. When the phone rings, press the SPEAKER button on the
handset.
- OR Pick up the handset and press the TALK/CALL BACK
button.
2. When finished, press SPEAKER or TALK/CALL BACK to hang
up.
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NOTE: Adjust the handset volume by pressing the
caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button during a call.
Call Timer
After you press the TALK/CALL BACK button on the handset, the
built-in call timer shows on the display and counts the length of
time of the call in minutes and seconds.
Auto Standby
If you place the handset in the cradle while the handset
is off the hook (during a call), the call is automatically
disconnected.
Ringer HI/LO/OFF (Shortcut)
There are two ways to set the ringer to HI/LO/OFF. One is the
traditional way as described in the Programming Functions;
Handset Setup; Ringer Volume menus. The other one is this
short cut to ringer menu.
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the #pause/ringer button to display SET RINGER 1HI
2LO 3OFF.
3. Use the touch tone pad on the handset to select 1, 2 or
3, or use the caller ID-volume (6 or 5) button to scroll to
your selection. HI is the default setting.
4. Press #pause/ringer button again to save and display the
new selection for a few seconds.
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Flash/Call Waiting
If you subscribe to the combined Call Waiting Caller ID service
from your local telephone company, you will receive Caller ID
information (if available) on Call Waiting calls. During a phone
call, you will hear a beep to indicate another call is waiting on
the line and Caller ID information for the waiting call shows on
the handset display.
• To connect to the waiting call, press the flash/answerer
button on the handset, and your original call is put on
hold.
• To switch between the two calls, press the flash/answerer
button.
TIP: Do not press the TALK/CALL BACK button
on the handset to activate a custom calling
service, such as call waiting, or call will
disconnect.
Last Number Redial
You may redial a number up to 32 digits long. To quickly
redial the last number you dialed:
1. Press the TALK/CALL BACK button.
2. Press the redial button.
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3. Press the redial button first, then use the caller ID-volume (
6 or 5) button to select the desired redial number.
- Press the caller ID-volume ( 5) to review the oldest call
and scroll toward the most recent calls (higher numbers).
- Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 ) to review the newest call
and scroll to older calls (lower numbers).
NOTE: You may choose from three last dialed
numbers.
4. Press the TALK/CALL BACK button. The number dials
automatically.
If you get a busy signal and want to keep dialing the number,
press the redial button to quickly redial the number.
Exit
Press the exit button to exit a menu function and return to
the standby screen.
Page
The page feature helps you locate a misplaced handset. To
send and receive pages, all handsets must be registered. If
your handset is not registered, follow the instructions in the
Registration section of this manual.
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Handset to Handset Paging (applicable only
with additional handsets)
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press and release the int button on a handset. PAGING
EXTENSION? shows in the display.
3. Use the touch-tone pad to enter the handset number you
want to page.
4. To cancel the page, press the exit, int, or TALK/CALL BACK
button on the originating handset, or press the exit button
on the receiving handset.
Paging All Handsets from a Handset
(applicable only with additional handsets)
1. Make sure the originating phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press and release the int button on a handset. PAGING
EXTENSION? shows in the display.
3. Use the touch-tone pad to enter the handset number you
want to page. (1= to page Handset 1, 2=to page handset
2, etc., and 5=to page all handsets)
4. To cancel the page, press the exit, int, or TALK/CALL BACK
button on the originating handset, or press the exit button
on the receiving handset.
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Paging from the Base/Group Page
Use the base-only to page all registered handsets at the
same time.
1. Press the page button on the base. All handsets beep for
two minutes, and PAGING FROM BASE shows on each
handset’s display.
2. To cancel the page, press the page button on the base,
or press the TALK/CALL BACK button or the exit button on
each handset.
Mute
To have a private, off-line conversation, use the MUTE
feature. The party on the telephone line cannot hear you,
but you can hear them.
1. Press the mute/program button. The handset display
shows MUTE ON.
2. Press the mute/program button to cancel and return to
your phone conversation.
Receiver Volume Control
When the handset is ON (in talk mode) you may adjust the
receiver volume by pressing the caller ID-volume ( 6 or
5) button. There are four volume levels to choose from.
When the maximum or minimum volume level is reached,
the phone beeps twice. VOL 1 is minimum and VOL 4 is
maximum.
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Volume Boost
During a conversation, you may increase the volume by
pressing the Volume Boost button on the side of the handset,
AUDIO BOOST will show in display. The volume will return
to its original setting when you hang up the phone or if you
press the Vol Boost button again during conversation.
NOTE: The Volume Boost feature can be
turned on at any Volume Level setting during
conversation. Also, the volume level can still
be adjusted after the Audio Boost Feature is
enabled by using the CALLER ID-VOLUME (6 or
5) button.
Intercom Operation (applicable only with
additional handsets)
The intercom feature allows you to have a conversation with
another registered handset without tying up the telephone
line, allowing you to still receive incoming calls.
Making an Intercom Call
1. Make sure the handset is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the int button on the handset.
3. Use the touch-tone pad to select the handset you want to
page.
NOTE: To cancel page, press the int button again
or the exit button on the sending handset.
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4. Wait for the person at the receiving handset to press the int
button.
NOTE: If the receiving handset does not
answer within two minutes, the intercom call
is automatically canceled. The originating
handset displays NO ANSWER.
5. When finished, press the exit button or int button on either
handset to deactivate the intercom.
NOTE: The system is expandable up to 4
handsets (by purchase of optional Model
27918 handset with recharge cradle). When
4 handsets are registered, the system can
handle 2 separate intercom operations at once,
for example, 1st handset intercoms with 2nd
handset while 3rd handset intercoms with 4th
handset.
Receiving an Intercom Call
When you receive an intercom call, your handset beeps.
To answer the call press the int button or TALK/CALL BACK
button.
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Advanced Intercom Features
Receiving an Incoming Call During an
Intercom Call
If you receive a telephone call during an intercom call, the
intercom call is immediately terminated and both handsets
ring. Either handset user may press the TALK/CALL BACK
button to answer the call.
Using Intercom with External Telephone Calls
During a telephone call, you may use the intercom/paging
function to page another handset and have an off line,
private (two-way) intercom conversation. You may also have
a three-way conversation between the external caller and
the handsets, or you may transfer the external telephone call
to another handset.
NOTE: Before you intercom/page another
handset, you must decide whether you want to
create a two-way or a three-way conversation.
Two-Way Calling
1. During an external call, press the int button, and use the
touch-tone pad to enter the handset number you want to
call.
NOTE: The receiving handset presses the
int button to answer the intercom call. Both
intercom users may speak privately. The external
caller will not hear the intercom conversation.
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2. When finished, press the exit button or int button to end
the intercom call, return to the talk mode, and resume
your original telephone conversation.
Three-Way Calling
1. During an external call, press the int button. LINE ON
HOLD EXTENSION? shows in the display.
2. Use the touch-tone pad to select Handset #. You will
hear a paging tone and PAGING shows in the originating
handset’s display.
NOTE: PAGING FROM... shows in the display
on the receiving handset, and the receiving
handset presses the int or TALK/CALL BACK
button to answer the intercom.
3. When the receiving handset connects, press the format/
conf button on the originating handset to conference
with the receiving handset and the external caller.
CONFERENCE shows in the display on the originating and
receiving handsets.
NOTE: A handset can enter conference mode
directly by pressing TALK/CALL BACK on the
second handset during a call.
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Transferring External Calls to Other Handsets
During an external call, you may transfer the external call to
another handset.
1. Press the int button on the originating handset to put
an external call on hold, and then page the receiving
handset.
2. Use the touch-tone pad on the handset to select Handset
#. You will hear a paging tone. PAGING shows on the
originating handset’s display, and PAGING FROM... shows
on the receiving handset’s display.
3. When the receiving handset connects, press the TALK/
CALL BACK button on the originating handset to transfer
the call.
-OR4. Press the TALK/CALL BACK button on the originating
handset to transfer the call. If the receiving handset does
not answer within 30 seconds, the originating handset
rings back and displays CALLBACK. If the originating
handset does not answer within 30 seconds, the call is
automatically dropped.
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Caller ID (CID)
IMPORTANT: In order to use this unit’s Caller
ID features, you must subscribe to either the
standard Name/Number Caller ID Service or Call
Waiting Caller ID Service. To know who is calling
while you are on the phone, you must subscribe
to Call Waiting Caller ID Service.
This unit receives and displays information transmitted by
your local phone company. This information can include the
phone number, date, and time; or the name, phone number,
date, and time.
Time
Date
Number of calls
Caller ID phone
number
Caller ID name
Call Waiting Caller ID
Provided you subscribe to Call Waiting Caller ID service from
your phone company; if you receive an incoming call and you
are using the GE multi handset system, a beep indicates the
presence of a Call Waiting call on the line. The Call Waiting
Caller ID information will be displayed and stored in the
history of all handsets in the system.
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• When you hear the call waiting beep in the handset
receiver, press the flash/answerer button to put the
current call on hold and answer the incoming call.
Press FLASH/ answerer again to return to the original call.
Receiving CID Records
When you receive a call, the Caller ID information is
transmitted between the first and second ring. The Caller ID
information appears on the display while the phone rings,
giving you a chance to monitor the information and decide
whether or not to answer the call.
Storing CID Records (In CID Memory)
If you are not at home or cannot answer, your telephone’s
Caller ID memory stores the data for the 40 most recent
calls you received so you can see who called while you were
unavailable. When the 41st call is received, the oldest Caller
ID record (1st call) is automatically deleted.
You may review the stored information at any time. Calls
received since your last review show as NEW in the display.
Calls that have not been previously reviewed but were
received from the same number more than once show as
REPT in the display.
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Reviewing CID Records
As calls are received and stored, the display is updated to let
you know how many calls have been received. To scroll CID
records:
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 ) button to review the
newest CID record.
3. Press the caller ID-volume ( 5 ) button to review the oldest
CID record first.
Dialing a CID Number
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in TALK mode).
2. Use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to display the
desired record.
3. Press the TALK/CALL BACK or SPEAKER button. The
number dials automatically.
NOTE: Depending on (a) how the incoming
caller’s phone number is formatted when it is
received, and (b) whether or not you previously
pre-programmed your local area code into the
set up menu, you may need to adjust the format
of the incoming caller’s stored phone number
before making the call, press the format/conf
button to adjust the number, and try again.
Available formats include:
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Number of digits Explanation Example
Eleven digits long distance code “1 ”
1-317-888-8888
+3-digit area code
+7-digit telephone number.
Ten digits3-digit area code +317-888-8888
7-digit telephone number.
Seven digits 7-digit telephone number. 888-8888
Storing CID Records in Internal Memory
You may also store CID information in the phone’s internal
memory.
NOTE: It is important that you format CID
records correctly BEFORE storing in internal
memory as you cannot reformat CID records
stored in memory.
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
desired CID record.
3. Press the Memory button to display SELECT MEMORY 0150.
4. Use the touch-tone pad to enter a memory location to
store the number in that memory location. You will hear a
confirmation tone.
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NOTE: If the memory location is occupied,
REPLACE MEMO? is displayed, and you must
confirm replacement by pressing the memory
button.
NOTE: Press the exit button once to keep the
previous setting (making no changes) and
return to the menu.
NOTE: If the selected CID record contains any
information that is non-numeric, the unit will not
allow this record to transfer to the internal user
memory. The handset will display UNABLE TO
STORE.
To Replace a Stored CID Record
1. Repeat steps 1 through 3 in Storing CID Records in Internal
Memory. After you enter the memory location, REPLACE
MEMO? shows in the display.
2. Press the Memory button again, and the new CID record
replaces the old memory in that location. You will hear a
confirmation tone.
Deleting a CID Record
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in TALK mode).
2. Use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to display the
CID record you want to delete.
3. Press the delete button. The display shows DELETE CALL
ID?
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4. Press the delete button to erase the record showing in the
display. The display shows DELETED.
NOTE: Press the exit button to return to the
standby mode without deleting any CID records.
Deleting All CID Records
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in TALK mode).
2. Use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to display any
Caller ID record.
3. Press and hold the delete button until DELETE ALL? shows
in the display.
4. Press delete button to erase all of the current CID records.
The display shows DELETED followed by NO CALLS.
NOTE: Press the exit button to return to the
standby mode without deleting any CID records.
Memory
Each handset can store up to fifty 20-digit numbers with
up to 15-character names in memory for quick dialing. This
memory feature is in addition to the CID memory log, which
stores up to 40 CID records in each handset.
Storing a Name and Number in Memory
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the memory button to display SELECT MEMORY 0150.
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3. Press the desired memory location button (01 through 50)
or use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to
desired the memory location.
NOTE: If the memory location is occupied, the
memory location number and stored name and
telephone number shows in the display. If the
memory location is empty, EMPTY shows in the
display.
4. Press the memory button. The display shows ENTER
NAME.
5. Use the touch-tone pad to enter a name (up to 15
characters). More than one letter is stored in each of the
number keys. For example, to enter Bill Smith, press the 2
key twice for the letter B. Press the 4 key 3 times for the
letter I. Press the 5 key 3 times for the letter L. Press the 5
key 3 times for the second letter L, and press the 1 key to
insert a space between the first and last name. Press the
7 key 4 times for the letter S; press the 6 key once for the
letter M; press the 4 key 3 times for the letter I; press the 8
key for the letter T; press the 4 key twice for the letter H.
NOTE: If you make a mistake press the delete
button to backspace and erase the wrong
character(s) or number(s).
6. Press the memory button to confirm and save the record.
The display shows ENTER TEL NUMBR.
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7. Use the touch-tone pad to enter the telephone number
(up to 20 digits, including pauses (press #pause/ringer
button), and press the memory button again to save the
record. The unit beeps to confirm.
NOTE: The system treats PAUSES as delays or
spaces in the dialing sequence.
8. To enter another name and number in a different memory
location, return to step 2 and repeat the process.
Storing the Last Number Dialed
You may transfer all three redial numbers into internal user
memory.
1. Make sure the phone in OFF (not in TALK mode).
2. Press redial button to display the most recent redial
number.
3. Use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to
desired redial number.
4. Press memory button to display SELECT MEMORY 01 - 50.
5. Use touch-tone pad to enter two digit desired memory
location (01 through 50). Display will show ENTER NAME.
6. Follow step 5 in the “Storing a Name and Number in
Memory” section to enter name.
NOTE: If the memory location is occupied,
REPLACE MEMO? is displayed, and you must
confirm replacement by pressing the memory
button.
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7. Press memory button to save.
8. To enter another name and number in a different memory
location, return to step 2 and repeat the process.
NOTE: If the redial number has more than 20
digits, it cannot be stored in memory.
Inserting a Pause in the Dialing Sequence (of a
Stored Number)
Press the #pause/ringer button on the handset’s touch-tone
pad to insert a delay in dialing sequence when a pause is
needed to wait for a dial tone (for example, after you dial 9
for an outside line, or to wait for a computer access tone.)
Each pause counts as one digit in the dialing sequence.
Reviewing Records Stored in Memory
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the memory button to display SELECT MEMORY 0150.
3. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) buttons to scroll the
records, or use the handset’s touch-tone pad to enter the
memory location number.
Changing Records Stored in Memory
Follow the procedure for Storing Names and Numbers in
Memory, except replace a stored telephone number with a
new one.
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Deleting Records Stored in Memory
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
2. Press the memory button to display SELECT MEMORY 0150.
3. Press the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button to scroll to the
record you want to delete or use the touch-tone pad to
enter the desired memory location.
4. Press the delete button to mark the record for deletion.
The display shows DELETE?
5. Press the delete button to delete the record. DELETED
shows in the display.
NOTE: If you don’t want to change or delete
a record, simply press the exit button, or
wait for one minute to exit the review mode
automatically.
Dialing a Number from Memory
1. Make sure the phone is ON (in talk mode) by pressing the
TALK/CALL BACK or SPEAKER button.
2. Press the memory button to display MEMO # - -.
3. Use the touch tone pad to enter the memory location
number. The number dials automatically.
-OR1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode).
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2. Press the memory button to display SELECT MEMORY 0150.
3. Press the memory location for the phone number you
want to dial, or use the caller ID-volume ( 6 or 5) button
to scroll to the number you want to dial.
4. Press the TALK/CALL BACK or SPEAKER button. The
number dials automatically.
Chain Dialing from Memory
Use this feature to make calls from records stored in memory
which require a sequence of numbers, such as a calling card
number used for a frequently called long distance number.
The following example shows how you can store each part
of the dialing sequence and use chain dialing to make a call
through a long distance service:
The Number For Memory Location
Long Distance Access Number
7
Authorization Code
8
Frequently called long distance number 9
1. Make sure the phone is ON (in talk mode) by pressing the
TALK/CALL BACK or SPEAKER button.
2. Press the memory button, and then press 07.
3. When you hear the access tone, press the memory button,
and then press 08.
4. At the next access tone, press the memory button and
then 09.
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Answering System Operation
This section discusses the buttons and features on the
answering system.
Message Counter Indicator
The message counter gives you a numeric display of how
many messages you have. The new message indicator
flashes to indicate you have new messages. See below for
the details.
a) Message counter has a number displayed without flashing
- No new messages. Shows total number of old messages.
b) Message counter has a flashing number displayed - There
are new messages. Shows total number of old and new
messages.
c) Message counter has bars ( - - ) - Answerer is off.
d) Message counter has an “F“ flashing on the display Memory is full.
e) Message counter has a “CL” flashing on the display - Clock
is not set since power up or after power failure.
f) Message counter has six horizontal bars flashing on the
display - MEMO recording.
g) Message counter has a “An“ flashing on the display Answering incoming calls and recording an incoming call.
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h) Message counter has “LA” - The answering system is
being accessed remotely.
i) Message counter has “En“ on the display - English is
selected as the current voice prompt during language
selection.
j) Message counter has “Fr“ on the display - French is
selected as the current voice prompt during language
selection.
k) Message counter has “SP“ on the display - Spanish is
selected as the current voice prompt during language
selection.
NOTE: While the messages are playing, the
message counter will display the messages in
the order they were received.
NOTE: The maximum recording time for each
message is 3 minutes and the total recording
time of this unit is 12 minutes.
Leaving a Message/Memo
Use the memo feature to leave a message.
1. Press and hold the memo button.
2. Begin speaking after you hear “RECORD MESSAGE” and
start tone.
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3. Release the memo button when you are finished recording
the memo.
NOTE: Maximum recording time for memo is 3
minutes.
Screening Calls from the Base
1. When the answering system answers the call, listen while
the caller leaves a message (to determine who is calling).
2. To speak to the caller, pick up the handset, and press the
TALK/CALL BACK or SPEAKER button.
The answering system automatically stops recording when
you activate the handset or pick up an extension phone.
TIP: Make sure the volume on the base is set
loud enough to hear your incoming calls.
Message Playback
The message counter lets you know when you have
message(s) or new message(s). To play the messages, press
the PLAY/STOP button.
While a message is playing, you may do the following:
• Press the corresponding PLAY/STOP button to stop the
message playback.
• Press and release the message speed button to listen to
the message playback at half of its normal speed. Press
again to cancel and return to standard playback mode.
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• Press and release the review button to restart the current
message.
• Press and release the review button twice to go to the
previous message.
• Press and release the skip button to go to the next
message.
• Press the delete button to erase the current message.
Memory Full
When the answering system memory is full, the system
answers after 10 rings. You should erase some messages so
the answering system may record new messages.
Erasing Messages
You may erase messages in the following three ways:
To erase a message while it is playing
1. Press and release PLAY/STOP button.
2. Press the review and skip buttons to select and play the
message you want to erase.
3. Press the delete button, the current message is erased,
and the next message plays.
To erase all previously played Messages in a mailbox
1. Make sure the phone is OFF (not in talk mode)
2. Press and hold the delete button until “ALL OLD
MESSAGES ERASED” is announced.
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To erase a message from the handset :
1. Press the flash/answerer button on the handset
2. Press the play/stop (key 2) on the handset.
3. Press the erase (key 0) on the handset to erase a message
during playback.
NOTE: Erased messages cannot be restored.
Remote Access
You may access the answering system with the cordless
handset or from any tone-dial compatible telephone.
Cordless Handset
Use the corresponding handset keys just like you would use
the base buttons (see “Answering System Setup”). The button
functions are located on the handset above each number
key. For example, to play messages:
• Press the flash/answerer button. The display shows
ANSWERER REMOTE ACCESS.
• Press the play/stop button to play the message.
• When you are finished listening to your messages, press
the flash/answerer button again.
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Screening Calls from the Handset
Use the handset to screen calls even when you can’t hear
the answering system.
When the answering system picks up:
1. Press the flash/answerer button to access the answering
system. CALL SCREENING shows on the display.
2. Listen as the caller leaves a message.
3. Press the TALK/CALL BACK or SPEAKER buttons to speak
to the person or press the flash/answerer button to stop
screening the call.
Accessing the Answering System from
Another Location
You can access your answering system from any touchtone phone by entering your 3-digit security code during the
playing of outgoing announcement or after you hear the
outgoing announcement.
1. Dial the telephone number to which the answering system
is connected.
2. While the outgoing announcement is playing, enter the
security code “123”
OR
After the announcement has played and you hear a tone,
enter security code “123”
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3. Follow the voice menu to use the answering system’s
remote functions.
The remote feature lets you perform the following functions:
To
Press this button
Review message 1
Play back messages 2
Stop message playback 2
Erase message 0 (during message playback)
Skip message 3
Turn off/on answerer 4
Review voice menu options 7
Memory Full
When answering system memory is full, the system answers
after 10 rings, beeps and waits for you to enter the 3-digit
security code. If you don’t enter the security code within 8
seconds, the phone hangs up.
You should erase some messages so the answering system
can record new messages.
NOTE: The unit also answers after the 10th
ring if it is turned off. To access the answering
system, enter your 3-digit security code.
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Belt Clip and Optional Headset
Connecting the Belt Clip
1. To attach the belt clip, insert the sides of the belt clip into
the slots on each side of the handset.
2. Snap the ends of the belt clip into place.
Connecting an Optional Headset to the
Handset
Each handset can be used with an optional headset hands
free operation.
1. Connect the headset to the headset jack on the side of
the handset. The handset receiver and microphone are
disabled when the headset is connected.
2. Adjust the headset to rest comfortably on top of your head
and over your ear. Move the microphone to approximately
two to three inches from your mouth.
3. Press the TALK/CALL BACK button to answer a call or make
calls using the headset.
4. To return to normal operation, unplug the headset from
the jack.
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Changing the Battery
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of fire or
personal injury, use only the Thomson Inc.
approved model 5-2721 Nickel-metal Hydride
battery (Ni-MH), which is compatible with this
unit.
1. Make sure the telephone is OFF (not in TALK mode) before
you replace the battery.
2. Remove the battery compartment door.
3. Disconnect the battery plug from the jack inside the
battery compartment and remove the battery pack from
the handset.
4. Insert the new battery pack and connect the cord to the
jack inside the battery compartment.
5. Put the battery compartment door back on.
6. Place handset in the base or handset charge cradle to
charge. Allow the handset battery to properly charge
(for 16 hours) prior to first use or when you install a new
battery pack. If you do not properly charge the phone,
battery performance will be compromised.
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Battery Safety Precautions
• Do not burn, disassemble, mutilate, or puncture. Like other
batteries of this type, toxic materials could be released
which can cause injury.
• To reduce the risk of fire or personal injury, use only the
Nickel-metal Hydride battery listed in the User’s Guide.
• Keep batteries out of the reach of children.
• Remove batteries if storing over 30 days.
NOTE: The RBRC seal on the battery used in your
Thomson Inc. product indicates that we are
participating in a program to collect and recycle
the rechargeable battery (or batteries).
For more information go to the RBRC web site at
www.rbrc.org or call 1-800-8-BATTERY or contact
a local recycling center.
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Display Messages
The following messages shows the status of the phone,
provides Caller ID information, or helps you set up and use
your phone.
BLOCKED NUMBER
Indicates the person is calling from
a number which is blocked from
transmission.
CHARGING...
Indicates the handset needs to
charge for a period of time before it
can resume normal function.
DELETE ALL?
Prompt asking if you want to erase
all CID records.
Prompt asking if you want to erase
DELETE CALL ID?
the CID record showing on
the display.
DELETE?
Prompt asking if you want to erase
one of the 50 records stored in the
phone’s memory.
DUPLICATE NUMBER Under VIP melody feature, if the
desired number/record was selected
in any one of TEN VIP melody records
before, DUPLICATE NUMBER shows
in the display.
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END OF LIST
ENTER NAME
ENTER TEL NUMBR
NEW
HANDSET NAME HANDSET NEEDS
REGISTRATION
INCOMPLETE DATA
LINE IN USE
LONG DISTANCE
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Indicates that there is no additional
information in CID memory.
Prompt telling you to enter a name
in one of the 50 memory locations.
Prompt telling you to enter a
telephone number in one of the 50
memory locations.
Indicates call or calls which have not
been reviewed.
Prompt telling you to enter the user
name for the registered handset.
Indicates you must register a nonregistered handset prior to use.
Caller information is interrupted
during transmission or the phone
line is excessively noisy. Indicates no
CID information was received, you
are not subscribed to CID service, or
CID service is not working.
Displays on handset while the line is
in use.
Indicates CID record is from a long
distance call.
LOW BATTERY
NEW VOICE MAIL
CALL SCREENING
MSG WAITING OFF
NEW CALL XX
NO CALLS
NO USER MEMORY
OUT OF RANGE
PAGING or
PAGING FROM
Indicates the battery needs to be
charged.
Indicates voice mail has not been
retrieved from service provider.
Indicates you may use the handset
to screen calls before answering the
call.
Indicates voice mail has been
retrieved from service provider.
XX represents the number of new
CID records not reviewed.
Indicates there are no CID records in
memory.
Indicates the memory location
contains no user memories and
the user is trying to mark a specific
user record for VIP MELODY.
May indicate handset is too far away
from the base or that the power has
been interrupted. Move closer and
check connections.
Someone pressed the page button
on the base or int button on the
handset.
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REPT
Indicates a repeat call message.
Indicates a new call from the same
number was received more than
once.
SEARCHING
Indicates handset is searching for
the base.
Indicates the handset is in
SPKR
speakerphone mode.
UNKNOWN CALLER/ Indicates incoming call is from an
NAME/NUMBER
area not serviced by CID or
the CID information was not sent.
Answering System Display Messages
The following messages show the status of the answering
system or help you set up and use the system.
0-59
Indicates the total number of
messages.
The voice time/day stamp needs to
CL (blinking)
be set.
Answering system is turned off.
- -
An (blinking)
The system is answering a call.
F (blinking)
Answering system memory is full.
Six bars (blinking)
The system is recording a memo or
an announcement.
External line remote answering
LA (Line Access)
system.
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Handset Sound Signals
Signal
A long warbling tone
(with ringer on)
Three short beeps
(several times)
One beep every 7 seconds
Meaning
Signals an incoming call
Page signal
Low battery warning
Troubleshooting Guide
Telephone Solutions
No dial tone
• Check or repeat installation steps:
Make sure the base power cord is connected to a working
electrical outlet.
Make sure the telephone line cord is connected to the
base and the wall jack.
• Connect another phone to the same jack. If it doesn’t
work, the problem might be your wiring or local service.
• The handset may be out of range of the base. Move closer
to the base.
• Make sure the battery is properly charged (for 16 hours).
• Make sure the battery pack (in the handset) is properly
installed.
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• The handset should beep when you press the TALK/
CALL BACK button, and the charge indicator on the base
should be lit when the handset rests in the cradle. If not,
the battery may need to be charged.
• Place handset in charge cradle for at least 20 seconds to
reset the unit.
Handset does not ring
• Make sure the handset ringer software switch is set to on.
• The handset may be out of range of the base. Move closer
to the base.
• You may have too many extension phones on your line.
Try unplugging some extensions.
• Check for a dial tone.
You experience static, noise, or fading in and out
• The handset may be out of range of the base. Move closer
to base.
• Make sure base is not plugged into an electrical outlet
with another household appliance. If necessary, relocate
the base.
• Charge the battery (for 16 hours).
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Unit beeps
• Clean the charging contacts on the cordless handset and
base charge cradle with a soft cloth or an eraser.
• See solutions for “No dial tone ” on previous page.
• Replace the battery.
Memory dialing doesn’t work
• Did you program the memory location keys correctly?
• Did you follow proper dialing sequence?
Unit locks up and no communication between the base and
cordless handset
• Unplug the power adaptor from the electrical outlet and
the back of the base. Remove the handset battery. Wait
for 30 seconds and plug the power adaptor back into the
base and electrical outlet. Reconnect the battery and
charge for 16 hours.
Caller ID Solutions
No Display
• Charge the battery (for 16 hours). Or replace the battery.
• Make sure the unit is connected to a non-switched
electrical outlet. Disconnect the power adaptor from the
base and reconnect it.
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Caller ID Error Message
• The unit displays this message if it detects anything other
than valid Caller ID information during the silent period
after the first ring. This message indicates the presence of
noise on the line.
No Caller ID
• You must be subscribed to the standard Name/Number
Caller ID service from your local telephone company to
receive CID information.
Battery Solutions
If you experience any of the following problems, even after
recharging the battery, you may need to replace the battery
pack:
• Short talk time
• Poor sound quality
• Limited range
• Charge indicator fails to turn on
Answering System Solutions
Can’t hear messages, beep, etc.
• Adjust speaker volume.
Time/Day setting stuck at 12 a.m Mon.
• Set the time clock.
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Answers on 10th ring
• Make sure answering system is turned on.
• Answering system memory may be full. Erase some
messages.
Incoming messages are incomplete
• An extension phone may have been lifted as a message is
received.
• Answering system memory is full. Erase some messages.
• You may have accidently pressed the play/stop button
during playback and stopped the message.
Won’t respond to remote commands
• You must use a tone-dial phone. This phone does not
support pulse (rotary) dialing.
• Make sure to enter the correct security code.
• Did unit hang up? If you take no action for a period of
time,
it automatically hangs up.
Causes of Poor Reception
• Aluminum siding.
• Foil backing on insulation.
• Heating ducts and other metal construction that can
shield radio signals.
• You ’re too close to appliances such as microwaves,
stoves, computers, etc.
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• Atmospheric conditions, such as strong storms.
• Base is installed in the basement or lower floor of the
house.
• Base is plugged into AC outlet with other electronic
devices.
• Baby monitor is using the same frequency.
• Handset battery is low.
• You’re out of range of the base.
General Product Care
To keep your unit working and looking good, follow these
guidelines:
• Avoid dropping the handset, as well as other rough treatment
to the phone.
• Clean the phone with a soft cloth.
• Never use strong cleaning agents, paint thinner, abrasive
powder, alcohol, or other chemical products to clean the
unit. Doing so will damage the finish.
• Retain the original packaging in case you need to ship the
phone at a later date.
• Periodically clean the charge contacts on the handset and
base with a clean pencil eraser.
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Service
If trouble is experienced with this equipment, for repair or
warranty information, please contact customer service at
1-800-448-0329. If the equipment is causing harm to the
telephone network, the telephone company may request that
you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved.
This product may be serviced only by the manufacturer or
its authorized service agents. Changes or modifications not
expressly approved by Thomson Inc. could void the user’s
authority to operate this product. For instructions on how to
obtain service, refer to the warranty included in this guide or
call customer service at 1-800-448-0329.
Or refer inquiries to:
Thomson Inc.
Manager, Consumer Relations
P O Box 1976
Indianapolis, IN 46206
Attach your sales receipt to the booklet for future reference
or jot down the date this product was purchased or received
as a gift. This information will be valuable if service should be
required during the warranty period.
Purchase date ____________________________
Name of store ____________________________
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Index
A
Accessing the Answering
System from Another
Location 68
Accessory Information 93
Advanced Intercom
Features 49
Answering Calls 41
Answering System Display
Messages 76
Answering System
Operation 63
Answering System Setup 19
Answering System Solutions
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Area Code 34
Audio Predial 31
Auto Standby 42
B
Base Layout 16
Base Station 18
Battery Safety Precautions
72
Battery Solutions 80
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Before You Begin 12
Belt Clip and Optional
Headset 70
C
Caller ID (CID) 52
Caller ID Solutions 79
Call Timer 42
Call Waiting Caller ID 52
Causes of Poor Reception
81
Chain Dialing from Memory
62
Changing a Stored VIP
Melody Record 30
Changing Records Stored in
Memory 60
Changing the Battery 71
Connecting an Optional
Headset to the Handset
70
Connecting the Belt Clip 70
Index
D
G
De-Registration 36
Default Setting 38
Deleting a CID Record 56
Deleting All CID Records 57
Deleting Records Stored in
Memory 61
Dialing a CID Number 54
Dialing a Number from
Memory 61
Digital Security System 13
Display Messages 73
General Product Care 82
Global De-registration 38
E
Equipment Approval
Information 2
Erasing Messages 66
Exit 44
F
FCC RF Radiation Exposure
Statement 6
Flash/Call Waiting 43
H
Handset Layout 15
Handset Name 26
Handset Setup 25
Handset Sound Signals 77
Handset to Handset Paging
45
Hearing Aid Compatibility
(HAC) 6
I
Important Installation
Guidelines 14
Information for DECT
Product 6
Inserting a Pause in the
Dialing Sequence 60
Installation 13
Installing the Handset
Battery 17
Installing the Phone 17
Intercom Operation 47
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Index
P
Interference Information 4
Introduction 12
K
Key Tone 31
L
Language 25
Last Number Redial 43
Leaving a Message/Memo
64
Licensing 6
Limited Warranty 89
M
Making a Call 41
Making an Intercom Call 47
Memory 57
Memory Full 66, 69
Message Alert (for
answering system) 32
Message Counter Indicator
63
Message Playback 65
Mute 46
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Page 44
Paging All Handsets from a
Handset 45
Paging from the Base/Group
Page 46
Parts Checklist 12
Pre-Dialing 41
Programming Functions 23
Programming the Telephone
23
R
Receiver Volume Control 46
Receiving an Incoming Call
During an Intercom Call
49
Receiving an Intercom Call
48
Receiving CID Records 53
Recording the Outgoing
Announcement 21
Registration 35
Remote Access 67
Reviewing and Choosing the
Announcement 22
Index
Reviewing And Deleting
Stored VIP Melody
Record 30
Reviewing CID Records 54
Reviewing Records Stored in
Memory 60
Ringer HI/LO/OFF (Shortcut)
42
Ringer Tone 27
Ringer Volume 27
Rings to Answer (for
answering system) 32
Room Monitor (applicable
only with additional
handsets) 23
S
Screening Calls from the
Base 65
Screening Calls from the
Handset 68
Security Code 33
Service 83
Setting the Voice Prompt
Language 20
Speakerphone Operation.
40
Speaker Volume 21
Standby Screen 23
Storing a Name and
Number in Memory 57
Storing CID Records (In CID
Memory) 53
Storing CID Records in
Internal Memory 55
Storing the Last Number
Dialed 59
Storing VIP Melody 29
T
Table of Contents 7
Telephone Jack
Requirements 13
Telephone Operation 39
Telephone Solutions 77
Three-Way Calling 50
Tone/Pulse 35
To Replace a Stored CID
Record 56
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Index
Transferring External Calls
to Other Handsets 51
Troubleshooting Guide 77
Two-Way Calling 49
U
Using Intercom with
External Telephone Calls
49
V
VIP Melody 28
Visual Indicators 39
VMWI / Visual Ringer
Indicator on Handset 40
Voice Instruction 21
Voice Time/Day Stamp and
Real Time Clock 20
Volume Boost 47
W
Wall Mounting the Base 20
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Limited Warranty
What your warranty covers:
• Defects in materials or workmanship.
For how long after your purchase:
• One year, from date of purchase.
(The warranty period for rental units begins with the first
rental or 45 days from date of shipment to the rental firm,
whichever comes first.)
What we will do:
• Provide you with a new or, at our option, a refurbished unit.
The exchange unit is under warranty for the remainder of
the original product’s warranty period.
How you get service:
• Properly pack your unit. Include any cables, etc., which
were originally provided with the product. We recommend
using the original carton and packing materials.
• ”Proof of purchase in the form of a bill of sale or receipted
invoice which is evidence that the product is within the
warranty period, must be presented to obtain warranty
service.” For rental firms, proof of first rental is also
required. Also print your name and address and a
description of the defect. Send via standard UPS or its
equivalent to:
Thomson Inc.
11721 B Alameda Ave.
Socorro, Texas 79927
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• Pay any charges billed to you by the Exchange Center for
service not covered by the warranty.
• Insure your shipment for loss or damage. Thomson Inc.
accepts no liability in case of damage or loss.
• A new or refurbished unit will be shipped to you freight
prepaid.
What your warranty does not cover:
• Customer instruction. (Your Owner’s Manual provides
information regarding operating instructions and user
controls. Any additional information, should be obtained
from your dealer.)
• Installation and setup service adjustments.
• Batteries.
• Damage from misuse or neglect.
• Products which have been modified or incorporated into
other products.
• Products purchased or serviced outside the USA.
• Acts of nature, such as but not limited to lightning damage.
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Product Registration:
• Please complete and mail the Product Registration Card
packed with your unit. It will make it easier to contact you
should it ever be necessary. The return of the card is not
required for warranty coverage.
Limitation of Warranty:
• The warranty stated above is the only warranty
applicable to this product. All other warranties,
express or implied (including all implied warranties of
merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose) are
hereby disclaimed. No verbal or written information
given by Thomson Inc., its agents, or employees shall
create a guaranty or in any way increase the scope of
this warranty.
• Repair or replacement as provided under this warranty
is the exclusive remedy of the consumer. Thomson
Inc. shall not be liable for incidental or consequential
damages resulting from the use of this product or
arising out of any breach of any express or implied
warranty on this product. This disclaimer of warranties
and limited warranty are governed by the laws of the
state of Indiana. Except to the extent prohibited by
applicable law, any implied warranty of merchantability
or fitness for a particular purpose on this product is
limited to the applicable warranty period set forth
above.
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How state law relates to this warranty:
• Some states do not allow the exclusion nor limitation
of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations
on how long an implied warranty lasts so the above
limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
• This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you also
may have other rights that vary from state to state.
If you purchased your product outside the USA:
• This warranty does not apply. Contact your dealer for
warranty information.
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Accessory Information
DESCRIPTION
Handset Replacement Battery
AC Power converter
Belt Clip
Headset
Accessory Handset with Charge Cradle
MODEL NO.
5-2721
5-2760
5-2717
5-2425
27918
To place order, have your Visa, MasterCard, or
Discover Card ready and call toll-free
1-800-338-0376.
A shipping and handling fee will be charged
upon ordering. We are required by law to collect
appropriate sales tax for each individual state,
country, and locality to which the merchandise is
being sent. Items are subject to availability.
*Prices are subject to change without notice.
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Model 27907
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Printed in China
Thomson Inc.
10330 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46290
© 2007 Thomson Inc.
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