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USER GUIDE
Symphony 2210
DIGITAL CORDLESS
TELEPHONE WITH
ANSWERING
MACHINE
THIS EQUIPMENT IS NOT DESIGNED FOR
MAKING EMERGENCY TELEPHONE CALLS
WHEN THE POWER FAILS. ALTERNATIVE
ARRANGEMENTS SHOULD BE MADE FOR
ACCESS TO DIAL EMERGENCY SERVICES.
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User Guide - Back Page
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please read these instructions carefully.
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User Guide - Front Page
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Symphony 2210
Remote operation
1
Using a tone-dialling phone, dial your home number
2
While your outgoing message is playing, press
3
Key in your remote PIN (security code)
The default PIN is 00 000.. To set a new PIN, see the User Guide.
4
Press
5
You can also use the keys shown on the other side of this card
2
to play back your messages
Bypass the outgoing
message (OGM)
Play/Stop
Delete the message
currently being played
6
Switch the machine ON
0
2
Skip forward to the
next message
3
Go back to the
previous message
1
Switch the machine OFF
–
0
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Important note — emergency calls
The Symphony 2210 is not designed for making
emergency calls when the mains power fails. So
you should make alternative arrangements for access
to Emergency Services.
(This means that you should also have a basic phone
that does not need mains power, connected to your
line so that you can make calls during a power failure.)
If you need help …
The Binatone Help Line is available from 9.00 am to
5.00 pm, Monday to Friday, on
0845 345 9677
Calls are charged at Local Call rate.
Or visit our website, at:
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Unpacking your Symphony 2210 system
In the box are:
■ the base unit telephone/answering machine
■ a telephone line cable for the base unit
■ a mains power lead and adapter for the base
unit
■ the cordless handset (up to five, depending on
which Symphony 2210 system you’ve bought)
■ three rechargeable batteries and a battery
compartment cover for each handset
■ up to five charger pods, each with a separate
mains power lead and adapter, for multi-handset
systems
Keep the packaging materials in a safe place in case
you later need to transport the unit.
Keep your sales (till) receipt, which is your
guarantee.
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Where to find it
MENU button
Press to start using Menu
functions.
PHONE BOOK
button
Press to open the Phone Book.
PHONE
/ OK
button
Press to begin or answer a
phone call.
When using Menu functions,
press to confirm your selection.
Press switch the speakerphone
on or off.
UP
and DOWN
buttons
Press during programming
to move through the
menus and options.
Press to move through
the Caller D
Display or
Redial list.
Press during a call to
adjust the volume
o
in the earpiece or
speakerphone.
Ringer Off /
Scroll button
Press and hold for 2 seconds
to turn the ringer off.
When viewing a number with
more than 12 digits, press to
scroll back along the display.
CHARGE light(Red)
This comes on when the handset’s
batteries are being charged.
If the handset’s display is blank
Redial
/ CDS/ PAUSE button
Press to open a list of the last 10 phone numbers you called.
Press and hold to open the list of Caller Display records.
Press while dialling a number to insert a pause (you might
need this on a PBX).
Press the
button to switch
the handset on
R (Recall) button
You may need this if your
phone is connected to a
PBX, or if you use
network-based services.
HANG UP
/ON–OFF /C (Cancel) button
Press to end a call.
Press and hold for 3 seconds to switch the handset on or off.
Press while editing or using Menu functions, to cancel what
you’re doing and return the display to Standby mode.
INT button
Press to make an intercom call, if you have more than one handset .
Keypad Lock
/MUTE
/ Scroll
button
Press and hold for 2 seconds to lock and unlock the keypad.
Press during a call to mute the mouthpiece.
When viewing a number with more than 12
digits, press to scroll forward along the display.
IN USE light(Green)
Comes on when the handset is in connection with base station.
This blinks when there is new missed call.
HANDSET LOCATOR(PAGE) button
Press to make all registered handsets ring ( this is usefull if
you've forgotten where you put a handset.)
For details of the answering machine
buttons and lights, go to the ‘Answering
machine’ section of this guide (page 26 )
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Symbols on the handset's display
The handset’s name
(the default is BINATONE)
JANny 2
16-25
The handset’s number(if you have
more than one handset on your
Symphony 2210 system).
The current time
What the symbols mean
Radio link/
signal level
The first symbol on steadily when there’s a radio link between
the handset and base unit. It flashes while the handset is trying
to establish a link to the base unit. If this symbol flashes while
you’re on a call, move closer to the base unit.
The second symbol shows the strength of the signal.
New call
You have new Caller Display records.
Phone
Appears when you have a connection to the outside line.
Flashes when there’s an incoming call to be answered
(even if the ringer is turned off).
Phone
Book
Comes on when you’re storing numbers in the Phone Book, and
when you’re making calls to stored numbers.
Ringer off
Comes on when the handset’s ringer is turned off.
Mute
Comes on when your handset’s microphone is muted.
TAM
Appears when the answering machine function is on.
Flashes when a new message is received.
Provider
network
Appears when the handset is set to route non-local calls via an
alternative network service provider (using the Prefix code).
Lock
Comes on when your handset’s keypad is locked.
Battery
charge
level
When this shows ‘nearly empty’ (
), put the handset on the
base unit or charger pod as soon as possible, to charge the
batteries. While the batteries are being charged, this blinks.
Sp eaker
pho ne
Your handset's loudspeaker on.
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Contents
Symbols on the handset’s display
1
Read these notes first
4
Choosing a site for the base unit
telephone and charger pod, 4
Radio signals between handset and base
unit, 4
Mains power connection, 4
Installation and set-up
5
Before you start
8
To delete all Phone Book entries, 18
To store a number from the Redial list,
18
Caller Display on the handset
19
Examples of Caller Display records, 19
To check Caller Display records, 20
To return a call, 20
To delete a Caller Display record, 20
To delete all Caller Display records, 20
To store a number in the Phone Book 21
Using a multi-handset system
Electrical safety, 8
Interference, 8
‘Out of range’ warning, 8
22
To page all handsets, 22
Intercom call from the handset, 23
Transfer a call, 24
Three-way conference, 25
New call tone, 25
Switching on and off
9
Setting the date and time
10
Your handset's names
11
Answering machine - Quick Ref
26
12
Answering machine - Basis use
27
Ringer melody and volume
Base unit ringer, 12
Handset ringer, 13
Making & answering calls
14
To make a call, 14
To answer a call, 14
To end a call , 14
Earpiece volume, 14
Muting the microphone, 15
Last Number Redial, 15
To delete an entry from the Redial list, 15
To delete all entries from the Redial list,15
Using the Phone Book
16
To store names and numbers, 16
To call a stored number, 16
To modify (change) a Phone Book entry,
17
To delete a Phone Book entry, 17
Switch on and off, 27
Answering modes, 28
To change answering mode, 28
Outgoing messages ( OGMs), 29
To record a new outgoing messages, 29
To play back the OGM , 30
To record a memo , 30
To play your Messages and Memos , 31
Call screening, 32
To delete individual messages, 33
To delete all old messages, 33
Answering machine - Remote use
34
To activate remote control, 34
Remote operation, 34
Answering machine - Advanced use 35
To set the Ring delay, 36
Toll saver 37
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Contents
When the memory is full 37
Default settings on TAM 37
Customisze your phone system
38
44
49
Guarantee and service information 50
Handset name, 38
Key tone, 38
Display language, 38
PIN code, 39
Dial mode, 39
Flash (recall) timing, 40
Default setting, 41
Handset registration
Troubleshooting
Cleaning and care
Technical details
51
Declaration of conformity
52
42
To register a new handset, 42
To register to a different brand of
base unit,43
To de-register a handset, 43
Connection and conditions for use
You can connect your Symphony 2210 to a direct exchange line (DEL) — a
line connected to a local exchange, with its own phone number; to an
extension socket connected to a DEL; or to an extension on an
approved compatible PBX. Do not connect the Symphony 2210 as an
extension to a payphone.
The ringer equivalence numbers (RENs) of all instruments (phones,
fax machines, etc.) connected to an exchange line must not add up to
more than 4 — otherwise, one or more of them may not ring and/or
answer calls correctly. The Symphony 2210 has a REN of 1, and most other
telephones have a REN of 1 unless marked otherwise.
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Read these notes first
Before you install your Symphony 2210 —
Choosing a site The base unit and charger pod(s) should be placed on a
for the base
level surface, in a position where:
unit telephone I the mains adapter plug will reach an easily accessible
and charger
230-V ACswitched mains supply socket — never try
pod
to lengthen the mains power cable
I the base unit’s telephone line cable will reach your
telephone line socket or extension socket (the charger
pod does not have a telephone line connection)
I it is not close to another telephone - this can cause
radio interference
I it is not close to a sink, bath or shower, or anywhere
else where it might get wet
I it is not close to other electrical equipment - fridges,
washing machines, microwave ovens, fluorescent
lights, TVs etc.
Radio signals
between
handset and
base unit
To use your cordless handset and base unit together,
you must be able to establish a radio link between
them. Be aware that:
I Any large metal object - like a refrigerator, a mirror
or a filing cabinet - between the handset and the
base unit telephone may block the radio signal.
I Other solid structures , like walls, may reduce the
signal strength.
Mains power
connection
IMPORTANT - The Symphony 2210 base unit and
charger pod must be used with the mains adapters
supplied. Using any other adapter will result in noncompliance with EN60950, and will invalidate any
approval given to this apparatus.
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Installation and set-up
1
Choose a suitable site for the
base unit telephone
See page 4
2
Connect the mains power
lead and the telephone
line cord into the
back of the base unit
Use the telephone line
cord supplied with your
DECT Phone- don’t
use any other
telephone line cord
3 Plug the mains adapter into a
230 V AC, 50 Hz mains socket,
with the switch on the socket
set to OFF,the socket-outlet
need to be near the
equipment and shall be
easily accessible.
See the note
on page 4
4
Install the charger pod(s) …
Plug the mains adapter into a 230 V AC,50Hz
mains socket, with the switch on the socket
set to OFF,the socket-outlet need to be
near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
See the note
on page 4
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Installation and set-up
5
Switch on at the mains socket(s)
6 Fit the batteries in the cordless handsets
A.Insert the three rechargeable
batteries as shown
DON'T use non-rechargeable batteries in the
handset -t hey may bur st, causing damage. Use
the rechargeable batteries supplied (1.2V AAA
size 300mAh NiCd or 550mAh NiMH).
+
-
7 Charge the batteries
+
-
+
-
B.Fit the battery compartment
cover, sliding it into place and
pressing firmly to make sure
it is secure.
for 15 hours
Before you use the cordless
handsets for the first time,
it’s important to charge
the batteries fully.
The bars on the
battery level symbol
continuously change
as the batteries are
being charged
You hear a ‘beep’ when
the handset is correctly placed on the
charging cradle.
Leave the handsets on the base unit
a nd charger pod(s) for 15 hours.
To keep the batteries charged,
whenever you don’t need to use the handset
(such as overnight, or when you go out), leave
it on the base unit or charger pod.
8
The CHARGE
light comes
on
Connect the base unit to the telephone line
Switch off power at the mains socket. Insert the
telephone line plug into the socket Switch mains
power back on
Make sure the mains socket is
switched on — the phone won’t
work without electrical power
6
NOTE: the charger
pod doesn't have
a connection to the
telephone line.
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Installation and set-up
9 If you have a Broadband line
If you connect your telephone to a line with a broadband connection,
you will need to insert a microfilter(not included) between the telephone
and the telephone line, otherwise you may get interference between
the telephone and the broadband, which could cause problems.
In a home with broadband, every telephone must have a microfilter
connected, not just the one at the telephone point that your
modem is connected to. If you need more broadbank microfilters,
contact your broadband supplier.
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Before you start
Electrical
safety
Interference
■
DON’T let the base unit telephone or charger pod get
wet. Electrical equipment can cause serious injury if
used while you are wet or standing in water.
■
If the base unit telephone or charger pod ever falls into
water, DON’T retrieve it until you have unplugged the
power lead from the mains and the telephone line plug
from the telephone socket (base unit telephone only);
then pull it out by the unplugged cables.
■
NEVER use your Symphony 2210 outdoors during a
thunderstorm - unplug the base unit telephone from
the telephone line and the mains socket when there are
storms in your area. Damage caused by lightning is not
covered by the guarantee.
If the sound quality gets worse as you move around
while using the cordless handset, this is probably
caused by interference between the handset and the
base unit, perhaps because you are too near to another
phone or other electrical equipment.
Move to a different position to clear the interference.
If you do not move, your call may be cut off.
‘Out of range’
warning
If you hear a warning tone during a call, and/or the
sound in the earpiece becomes faint or distorted, you
may be going out of range of the base unit telephone.
Move nearer to the base unit telephone within 20
seconds, until the tone stops. Otherwise, your call may
be cut off.
While you are out of range and you are not on a call,
the handset’s display shows SEARCHING- and the ‘signal
level’ symbol flashes. Before you make a call, you must
move closer to the base unit until the handset’s name
and number are displayed and the symbol stops
flashing.
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Switching on and off
To switch the
handset on
and off
To lock the
handset
keypad
To switch the handset off and save battery
power:
◗
Press the HANG UP/C button and hold it
until you hear a beep. When you release
the button,the display will go blank.
◗
To switch the handset back on:
Press and hold the HANG UP/C button. Or,
place the handset on the base or charger pod.
◗
Press the # (HASH) button and hold it
until the ‘key’ symbol appears on the display
◗
Press the # (HASH) button and hold it for
2 second until the ‘key’ symbol disappears
from the display
Or simply replace the handset on the base
unit or charger pod
To lock the keypad:
To unlock the keypad:
◗
Notes
■
When the handset is switched off, it can’t be used for
making calls, including emergency calls.
■
When the handset is switched off, it won’t ring for
incoming calls, but the base unit will still ring. To
answer a call when the handset is switched off, you
need to switch it back on. Remember that it may take
a few moments for the handset to re-establish a radio
link with the base unit.
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Setting the date and time
If you subscribe to Caller Display (see pages 19 ) your
Symphony 2210 should take the date and time setting from
the network when you receive an incoming call. So you
won’t need to set the time and date yourself,but you
may need to change the year.
If you don’t subscribe to Caller Display, you’ll need to
set the date and time using the cordless handset.
To set the
date and
time
1
2
Press the MENU button
Ú The display shows PHONEBOOK
▼
Press the ▼ button
Ú The display shows DATE/TIME
3
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows the date (DD-MM-YY ) with
the first digit flashing.
4
Key in the date, as a six-digit number
After you key in each digit, wait a moment for
the cursor to move to the next position before
you key in the next digit. Remember to include
any 0s if necessary.
5
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows the time (HH-MM ) with
the first digit flashing.
6
Key in the time, as a four-digit number, then
press the PHONE/OK button
Use the 24-hour clock and include any 0s if
necessary.
7
10
Press the HANG UP/C button to go back to
standby mode
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Your handset's names
Before you start to use your cordless handsets, you’ll
probably want to personalise their displays. Each display
shows a name (up to eight characters) and number.
The default name is BINATONE , and each handset
registered to your base unit is numbered 1, 2, 3 … etc.
◗
If the handset’s display is blank, press the
HANG UP/C button to switch it on.
1
2
Press the MENU button
Ú The display shows PHONEBOOK
▼
Press the ▼ button FOUR times
Ú The display shows HANDSET
3
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows H/SNAME
4
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows the current name.
5
Press the HANG UP/C button to delete
characters from the current name, then key
in your chosen name
The name can have up to eight characters
(including spaces). To find out how to key in
letters using the keypad, see page 21.
6
Press the PHONE/OK button
7
Press the HANG UP/C button to go back to
standby mode
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▼
Ringer melodies and volumes
Base unit
ringer
1
2
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows PHONEBOOK
▼
3
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows BS VOLUME
4
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows the current volum e
level and the base rings.
▼
5
▼
6
▼
7
▼
8
▼
9
12
Press the ▼ button to go to BS RINGER
▼
▼
button to go to the
Press the ▼ or
volume level 1 to 3qyou prefer.
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows BS VOLUME
Press the ▼ or
BS MELODY
▼
button to display
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows the current m elody
and the base rings.
▼
button to go to the
Press the ▼ or
melody 1 to 3qyou prefer.
10
P ress the P HO NE/O K button to confirm
the change
11
P ress the HANG UP/C button to go back to
standby mode
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Ringer melodies and volumes
Handset
ringer
1
2
Press the MENU button
Ú The display shows PHONEBOOK
▼
Press the ▼ button twice
Ú The display shows HS RINGER
3
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows HS VOLUME
4
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows the current volume level
and the handset rings.
▼
5
▼
6
▼
Press the ▼ or ▲ button to go to the
volume level (1 to 3 or OFF) you prefer
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows HS VOLUME
7
▼
▼
Press the ▼ or ▲ button to display
HS MELODY
8
▼
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows the current melody
and the handset rings.
Press the ▼ or ▲ button to go to the
melody(1 to 8 ) you prefer
▼
9
10
11
▼
Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm
the change
Press the HANG UP/C button to go back to
standby mode
To switch the handset’s ringer off temporarily:
◗
Press and hold the Ü button for 2 seconds
Ú While the ringer is off,
is shown on the
display. Press and hold the same button to switch
the ringer on again.
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Making & answering calls
To make a
call
1
Key in the telephone number
If you make a mistake, press the HANG UP/C
button to clear digits from the display.
2
Press the PHONE/OK button
Note: you can press the PHONE/OK button to
get Dial tone before you key in the number if
you prefer. But that way, you won’t be able to
correct any dialling mistakes.
To answer a
call
To end a call
When there’s an incoming call, the handset
rings. CALL appears on the display.
If you subscribe to Caller Display (page 19), the
caller’s number may be shown. If the number is
stored in your handset’s Phone Book, the
caller’s name may be shown.
◗
Press the PHONE/OK button to answer
◗
Press the HANG UP/C button
Or simply replace the handset on the base
unit or charger pod
Make sure the symbol disappears from the
top line of the handset’s display.
Earpiece
volume
14
▼
◗
▼
During a call, to adjust the volume:
Press the ▲ or ▼ button
Ú Each time you press the ▲/▼ button, the
volume changes by one step. The volume level
(1 to3 ) is shown on the display. After you end
your call, the volume will stay at that level.
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Making & answering calls
To mute the microphone during a call so the
person on the other end can’t hear you:
Press and hold the #/MUTE button for
2 seconds (press and hold again to un-mute)
Ú The display shows a ‘Mute’
symbol while
the microphone is muted.
Muting the
microphone
◗
The 10 most recent numbers you dialled (up to
20 digits each) are stored for redialling. To call
one of these numbers:
Last Number
Redial
1
▼
2
To delete an
entry from
the Redial list
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to go to the
number you want
3
Press the PHONE /OK button to dial the
number
1
2
Display the number using steps 1 and 2 above
3
To delete all
entries from
the Redial list
▼
Press the Redial button once
Ú The most recently dialled number is shown
on the display.
▼
▼
Press the MENU button
Press the ▼ or ▲ button to display DELETE
4
Press the PHONE/OK button to delete the
entry
1
Press and hold the Redial/CDS button to
open the Redial list
2
3
▼
▼
Press the MENU button
Press the ▼ or ▲ button to display
DELETE ALL
4
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows DELETE ALL?
5
Press the PHONE/OK button to delete all
entries or the HANG UP/C button to cancel
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Using the Phone Book
You can store up to 40 names and numbers in each
handset’s Phone Book. Each name can have up to 10
characters (including spaces) and each number can
have up to 20 digits.
To store
names and
numbers
1
Press the MENU button
2
Press the PHONE/OK button twice
Ú The display shows _NAME
3
Key in the name* then press the PHONE/OK
button
4
Key in the number then press the
PHONE/OK button
Ú The name and number are stored in memory,
the dispaly shows ADD for new entry.
5
When you’ve finished, press the HANG UP/C
button to go back to standby mode
* For details of how to key in letters and other
characters, refer to page 21.
To call a
stored
number
1
▼
2
3
16
Press the PHONE BOOK button
▼
Ú The display shows the first entry.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to go to the entry
you want.
Or, use the digit keys as a short-cut to entries
beginning with the corresponding letters.
Press the PHONE/OK button to dial the
number
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Using the Phone Book
To modify
(change) a
Phone Book
entry
1
2
▼
▼
3
To delete a
Phone Book
entry
Press the PHONE BOOK button to open
the phonebook
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to go to the
entry that you want
Press the MENU then the ▲ or ▼
button to displayMODIFY
4
Press the PHONE /OK button
Ú Modify the name if necessary - Use the
HANG UP/C button to delete characters.
5
Press the PHONE /OK button
Ú Modify the number if necessary.
6
Press PHONE/OK button to confirm the
change
7
When you’ve finished, press the HANG UP/C
button to go back to standby mode.
1
▼
2
3
4
5
Press the PHONE BOOK button to open the
phonebook
▼
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to go to the entry
that you want
▼
Press the MENU then the ▲ or ▼ button to
display DELETE
▼
Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm
Ú The entry is deleted. The display shows
DELETE for next entry.
When you’ve finished, press the HANG UP/C
button to go back to standby mode
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Using the Phone Book
To delete all
Phone Book
entries
1
▼
2
▼
Press the PHONE BOOK then M ENU button
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to display
DELETE ALL
3
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows CONFIRM?
4
Press the PHONE/OK button to delete
all entries
(or press the HANG UP/C button to cancel)
Ú The display goes back to standby mode.
To store a
number
from the
Redial list
1
▼
▼
2
Press the the MENU button
Ú The display shows COPY TO PB
3
Press the PHONE/OK button
4
Key in a name then press the PHONE/OK
button
Ú The number appears with the cursor at the end.
5
Press the PHONE/OK button
You can edit the number (using HANG UP/C)
before storing it if you wish.
6
7
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Press the Redial button once then the
▲ or ▼ button to go to the number
Press the the PHONE/OK button
Ú The number is stored.
Press the HANG UP/C button to go back to
standby mode
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Caller Display on the handset
This network feature lets you see the phone numbers of
your callers on the display, before you answer. To subscribe to Caller Display, all you need to do is contact the
company that supplies your telephone line.
When you have new Caller Display records, the display
shows the
symbol.
DAVID
08-25 14-06
▼
A call from someone whose name
and number are stored in your
Phone Book.
The call was received on 14th June
at 8:25 am.
Press
or
button on the
handset if you want to
. check the
number.
0207321987
08-25 14-06
PRIVATE
08-25 14-06
unKNOWN
08-25 14-06
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Examples of
Caller Display
records
A call from someone whose name
and number are not stored in your
Phone Book.
The call was received on 14th June
at 8:25 am.
A call from someone who withheld
their number by dialling 141 (or
whose service provider withheld
their number).
A call from someone whose
number is unavailable (for
example, an international call).
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Caller Display on the handset
To check
1
Caller Display
records
2
To return a
call
▲
▼
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to scroll through
the records
1
Display the Call Display records as described
above steps
2
Press the PHONE /OK button to dial the number
Display the Call Display records as described
above steps
To delete a
1
Caller Display
record
2
3
Press the MENU button
▲
▼
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to display DELETE
4
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The entry is deleted. The display shows the
next entry.
5
When you’ve finished, press the HANG UP/C
button to go back to standby mode
To delete all 1
Caller Display
records
Press and hold the Redial/CDS button to
open the Caller Display list
2
3
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Press and hold the Redial/CDS button
Or simply press ▲ button
Ú The display shows the most recent record.
Press the MENU button
▲
▼
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to display
DELETE ALL
4
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows CONFIRM?
5
Press the PHONE/OK button to delete all
records (or the HANG UP/C button to
cancel)
Ú The display goes back to standby mode.
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Caller Display on the handset
To store a
1
number
in the Phone
Book
▲
▼
Press and hold the Redial/CDS button then
press the ▲ or ▼ button to go to the number
2
Press the the MENU button
Ú The display shows COPY TOPB
3
Press the PHONE/OK button
4
Key in a name then press the PHONE/OK
button
Ú The number appears with the cursor at the end.
You can edit the number (using HANG UP/C)
before storing it if you wish.
5
Press the the PHONE/OK button
The number is stored, the display goes back to
the caller display record.
6
Press the HANG UP/C button to go back to
standby mode
How to key in letters and other characters
Press the button a number of times to display the character you want. Then
wait a moment until the cursor (flashing bar) moves to the next position.
1
space _ 1
4
ghi4
7
PQRS7
Q
2
ABC2
5
JKL5
8
TUV8
3
dEF3
6
MNO6
9
WXYZ9
0
+ - .+0
*
*
For example, to key inJANE, press 5 once, press 2 once, press 6 twice
then press 3 twice.
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Using a multi-handset system
If you have a Symphony 2210 multi-handset system,
you already have more than one handset registered
to your base unit. You can register additional handsets
- up to Five per base unit. With two or more handsets,
you can:
• make intercom calls from one handset to another.
• transfer an outside call from one handset to anther.
• set up a three-way conference call.
Each handset’s number( 1 to 5 ) is shown on its display.
!
To page all
handsets
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◗
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Only one handset can be connected to the outside
line at once. If you try to make a call while another
handset is already on the line, an alerting tone is
heard.
Press the HANDSET LOCATOR button on
the base unit
Ú All registered handsets ring, and their
displays show<PAGING>>
To stop the ringing:
Press the HANDSET LOCATOR button again,
or press any button on any handset
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Intercom
1
call from the
handset
2
Press the INTERCOM button on the handset.
The display show CALL INT briefly, then
the numbers of any other handsets registered to
the base.
Press the appropriate number to select
and call that handset
The other handset rings, and its display shows
INT # (where # is the number of the number
of the calling handset).
When the other hands et user ans wers , you’ll
be connected.
To answer the intercom call:
3
When someone makes an intercom call to you,
Press the PHONE/OK button on the ringing
handset to answer.
To end the intercom call:
4
On either phone, press the HANG UP/C
button on the handset, or replace on the base
unit or charger pod.
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To transfer
a call
1
Make or answer an outside call using the
handset
2
Briefly press the INTERCOM button then key
in a handset number
Ú The outside call is put on hold. When the
user of the other handset unit answers, you
can talk on an intercom call.
3
Press the HANG UP/C button to transfer
the call
If the handset user does not answer,
you can get back to the outside call by
pressing the INTERCOM button again.
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You can press the HANG UP/C to transfer the
outside call before the other handset user answers.
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Three-way
conference
When you have an outside call (either one
you’ve made or answered, or one that’s been
transferred to you) in progress —
1
Press the INTERCOM button then key in a
handset number
Ú The outside call is put on hold.
When the other handset user answers, and you
have an intercom call in progress:
2
Press and hold the *(ASTERISK) button to
set up a three-way conference
Ú Both you and the other user are connected
to the outside call.
If you press HANG UP/C during the conference
call, you’ll leave the other user connected to
the outside call.
If the other user presses HANG UP/C, you’ll be
left connected to the outside call.
New call
tone
When both handsets are on an intercom call and
an outside call comes in,you will hear NEW CALL
TONE over your conversation to tell you that
someone is calling you.
To answer the outside call and end the intercom call:
Press the R button
To answer the outside call and the established
intercom call.
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Answering machine - Quick Ref
Buttons to pre ss...
Switch to TAM mode
on the handset
long press at idle mode
Play message
Stop to play
message
Back to previous
message
(while message
playback)
Skip to next
message
(while message
playback)
Del current
message
(while message
playback)
Adjust volume
(while message
playback)
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Answering machine - Basis use
The Symphony2210 is supplied with answering machine
that will allow the caller leave a message after the
machine play a predefined message.
Switch answer 1
machine on
and off
2
3
Press the MENU button
▲
Press the ▲ then PHONE/OK button to select TAM
▼
Press the ▼ button to go to ANS ON/ OFF
Press the PHONE/OK button
4
5
6
Ú The display shows PLAY
▲
▼
Press the ▲ and ▼ button to select OFF or ON
and then using PHONE/OK to confirm
Press HANG UP/C button to exit the menu
Ú If the machine is switched on, the message indicator is turn
on and displays relevant message related to an answer
machine operation. The
symbol appears on handset
display.
Ú The message indicator is off and handset
disappear when the machine is turn off.
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The Symphony2210 has two answering modes,
Answering
modes
ANS ONLY# and ANS/REC mode.
ANS/REC – this invites callers to leave a message.
This mode is switched on by default
and will remain on unless you change
mode.
ANS ONLY# – this simply asks callers to try later and
does not give them the opportunity to
leave a message.
To change
answering
mode
Press the MENU button
1
2
▲
Press the ▲ then PHONE/OK button to
select TAM
Ú The display shows PLAY
3
▼
4
5
Press the ▼ button to go to ANS MODE
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows ANS/REC or ANS ONLY
▲
▼
Press the ▲ and ▼ button to select the new
mode and then press the PHONE /OK to confirm
Ú The display shows OGM defined PREDEFINEd
or PERSONAL , to indicate whether you want to use
the predefined message or you own personally recorded
message.
6
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows PLAy msg and the handset
plays the OGM through loudspeaker.
7
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* Turn to page to set up the outgoing message if
you select PERSONAL outgoing message.
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Outgoing
messages
(OGMs)
OGM is what callers hear when the machine answers.
The Symphony 2210 has two predefined outgoing
messages (OGMs), one is for use in ANS/REC
mode, it is pre-defined as “ Sorry — we cannot
answer your call now. Please leave your message
after the beep”, another is forANS.ONLY mode,
it is pre-recorded as “Please call later”.
Both of these can be replaced with your own
personalised message if you prefer.
To record your own outgoing message you must first
follow the procedure set the answer mode.
1
To record a
new outgoing
2
message
Follow setps 1 to 5 on page 28
▲
▼
Press the PHONE/OK button to play the
existing outgoing message if you have
3
4
Press ▲ and ▼ button to select PERSONAL
then press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows PLAY MSG
▲
▼
Or, press the▲ and ▼ button to RECORD Msg
then press PHONE/OK button to record a new
outgoing message
Ú The display shows RECORD MSG
5
6
Speak clearly into handset
Press the PHONE/OK button to end the
recording
Ú The machine will playback the OGM automaticly,
and the display shows PERSONAL after playback.
7
Press the PHONE/OK button twin to play the
new outgoing message again.
If you are not happy with the result repeat steps
4 and 6.
8
Using HANG UP/C button to exit the menu
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Answering machine-Basis use
The Symphony 2210 will allow you to record a memo
that can be replayed with messages. This can be
useful if you want to leave a message for other users
of the phone.
To record
a memo
1
2
▲
3
▲
▼
4
5
6
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Press the MENU button
Press the ▲ button display TAM then press the
PHONE/OK button
Use ▲ and ▼ to go toREC MEMO and seclect it
using PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows RECORDING after the “beep”.
Speak clearly into handset
As soon as you' ve finished speaking, press the
PHONE/OK button to stop recording.
ÚYou memo is recorded.
Using HANG UP/C button to exit the menu
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Answering machine-Basis use
When there are new messages and/or memos waiting,
the message indicator on base flashes and shows you
how many; The symbol
is blinking on handset
display. Memos are counted as messages,
To play your
Messages and
Memos
1
Press the MENU button
2
▲
Press the ▲ button to display TAM then press
the PHONE/OK button
▲
Select PLAY manu using PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows PLAY and the machine
tells y ou how many new messages you have.
3
4
5
** You can use the Q uick Ref list on page 26.
Or s top playback by pressing HANG UP/C button.
Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go
back to standby mode
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Answering machine-Basis use
While a caller is leaving a message, you can listen
over the loudspeaker when the call screening is
set to on.
Call Screening
1
2
Press the MENU button
▲
▲
▲
Press the ▲ button display shows TAM
then press the PHONE/OK button
▲
Press ▲ and button to go to SETTINGS
then press the PHONE/OK button
3
▲
4
▲
▲
Press ▲ and button to go to HS SCREEN
then press the PHONE/OK button
5
▲
▲
Press ▲ and button to select ON then press
the PHONE/OK button to confirm
▲
While the machine is recording an incoming message,
you can pick up the call and talk to the caller, by
pressing the MENU button on any registered
cordless handset while the handset's display
shows RECORDING..
You can talk as you normally do using the
handset on a call, the machine will stop
recording the caller's message.
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Answering machine-Basis use
After you' ve listened to your messages, remember
to delete them. Otherwise, the memory may
become full.
To delete
individual
message
Simply press the 6 button while the message
is playing
* Whether this is a new message or an old message
( one you've listened to before) it will stop being
played, and will be deleted immediately.
To delete all
old messages 1
Press the MENU button
2
▲
3
▲
▲
Press the ▲ button display shows TAM
then press the PHONE/OK button
▲
Use ▲and to go to DELETE ALL and select
it using PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows CONFIRM?
4
Press the PHONE/OK to delete all recorded
messages
5
Press the HANG UP/C button to go back to
standby mode
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Answering machine - Remote use
The Symphony 2210 will allow you to check your message
remotely from another phone. To use this function you must
call using a tone dialing telephone and you will need to enter
your Symphony 2210 master PIN. The remote control function
must be activated before it can be used.
To activate
remote
control
1
2
▲
Press the ▲ button display shows TAM
then press the PHONE/OK button
3
▲
▲
Use ▲and to go to SETTINGS and select it
using PHONE/OK button
4
▲
▲
Use ▲and to go to REM ACCESS and select it
using PHONE/OK button
5
▲
▲
Use ▲and to go to select ACTIVATED then
press the PHONE/OK button to activate remote
control
6
Remote
operation
Press the MENU button
▲
▲
▲
Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go
back to standby mode.
1 Using a tone dialing phone,dial your home number
2 When you hear you outgoing message, press
3 Key in your remote PIN (default is 0000) within 3
seconds.
Ú You will hear a long beep tone, press 2 , the machine
tells you how many new messages you have and then the
messages will be played automaticly.
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... Remote
operation
4 Once the message have been played you can use
the buttons listed on below table
Ú If you stop pressing the buttons within 15 seconds , your
Symphony 2210 will hang up.
Codes to use during remote operation
Switch answering machine on/off
0
Play/Stop
2
Back to previous message
1
Skip to next message
3
Current message to be deleted
6
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Answering machine - Advanced use
You can adjus t the number of rings that sound before the
machine answers the call. The machine can be set to answer
calls after three to eight rings . If you don’t set a number,
it will answer after five rings.
To set the
ring delay
!
If you have a network answer machine service set with
your line provider (1571 service) and you wish your
telephone to answer your calls then you must
1) Disable the network answer service. OR,
2) Set the answer machine rings to five or less.
1
Press the MENU button
2
▲
Press the ▲ button display shows TAM
then press the PHONE/OK button
3
▲
▲
Use ▲ and
to go toSETTINGS then
press the PHONE/OK button twice.
▲
Ú The display shows 5RINGS
4
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▲
▲
▲
Use ▲ and
to go to adjust the delay rings
between 3RINGS to 8RINGS or TOLL SAVER
Ú See next page If you select TOLL SAVER
5
Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm the new
setting
6
Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go
back to standby mode
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Answering machine — Advanced use
If you check your message remotely, you can set Toll
Saver - the machine will answer after two rings if there
are new mes s ages ; after five rings if there are
no new mes s ages . S o, if it has n’t answer after
three rings, you can hang up to save the cost of the
call.
Toll saver
When the
memory
is full
1
Go to the steps 4 on page 36 to display
TOLL SAVER
2
Press the PHONE/OK button to select
3
When you’ve finished, press and hold the
HA NG UP / C button to go back to standby mode
When memory is full, the machine will not seize the line
even if there is incoming call, memory full condition occurs
when digital memory has been filled. The machine's memory
has room for about 15 minutes of recording time (included
OGMs and memos), or up to 59 individual messages.
The machine switch to ANS ONLY# mode and doesn't
allow the callers to leave message.
When you have deleted messages to make room, the
machine will automatically switch back on.
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Customise your phone system
The Symphony 2210 can be customised to suit your
preferences in number of ways .Some of these functions
have been covered earlier in this User Guide. This section
is roundup of items that have not yet been mentioned.
Handset name
See page 11.
Normally, each time you press a button on the handset,
you hear a tone. Y ou can turn this off if you prefer.
Key tone
v
Display
language
1
Press the MENU button then the ▲ or▼ button
to go to HANDSET
2
Press the PHONE/OK then the ▲ or ▼ button
to go to KEY TONE
3
Press the PHONE/OK to select X (cross) or v
(tick) to switch key tone off or on
4
Press and hold the HANG UP/C button to go
back standby mode
To select the language of information on the
display.
1
Press the MENU button then the ▲ or ▼ button
to go to HANDSET
2
Press the PHONE/OK then the ▲ or ▼ button
to go to LANGUAGE
3
4
Handset
default
v
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▲
▲
Press the PHONE/OK button and select the
▲
LANGUAGE Use ▲ or button
Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm the
change
By selecting this option you return the Handset to
HS default settings
1
Press the MENU button then the ▲ or▼ button
to go to DEFAULT
2
Select it using PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows CONFIRM?
3
Press the PHONE/OK to confirm
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Customise your phone system
This is the system PIN -- a four-digit code you may
need if you want to register new handsets to your
base unit or access your answering machine remotely.
The default PIN is 0000; you can change it to any
four-ditgit number you' ll remember.
PIN code
1
2
Press the MENU then the ▲ or ▼ button to go
to BASE
Press the PHONE/OK button twice
Ú The display shows PIN CODE. If the current
PIN is still at default 0000, it will skip this input.
3
Key in the current PIN and confirm using
PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows NEW PIN
4
Key in the new PIN and confirm using
PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows NEWPin
5
Key in the new PIN again and confirm using
PHONE/OK button
Ú The PIN code is changed after ‘beep’.
(If you key in a wrong PIN code on step, the display
will exit the setting, you have to repeat above steps.)
You should normally leave the this setting at
TONE, but if you use the phone as an extension
on a PBX, you may need to change to PULSE.
Dial mode
1
Press the MENU button, then the ▲ or ▼ button
to go to BASE
2
Press the PHONE/OK button then ▲ or ▼
button to dialmode
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... Dial mode
3
Press the PHONE/OK button, then the ▲ or ▼
button to select PULSE or TONE
4
Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm the
setting changed
Flash (recall)
timing
It's very unlikely that you'll need this function, and it's
usually best to leave the setting at its default SHORT.
But if your Symphony 2210 is connected to an extension
on a PBX, you may need to change this setting ( also called
the recall length) to LONG If applicable, consult the PBX
documentation for details.
1
Press the MENU then the ▲ or ▼ button to
go to BASE
2
Press the PHONE/OK then the ▲ or ▼ button
to select FLASH
3
4
5
40
▲
▼
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows SHORT
Using the ▲ or ▼ button to select the flash
time between SHORT , MEDIUM or LONG
Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm the
setting changed
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Customise your phone system
1
By selecting this option,you return the Base
unit to its default settings,
Press the MENU then the ▲ or ▼ to go to
DEFAULT
2
Select it using PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows CONFIRM?
3
Press the PHONE/OK button to confirm
Ú The display shows BASE PIN
4
Key in the current PIN and confirm using
PHONE/OK button
and
Ú The display shows WAITING...
your phone unit is default after ‘beep’.
Base default
Default
settings
The default values are setting as follows
■ Keypad unlocked
■ Redial list - empty
■ Caller Display record - empty
■ Earpiece volume – level 3
■ Handset ringer Volume – 2; Melody-4
■ Base unit ringer volume – 2; Melody-1
■ Keytone - ON
■ Handset name – BINATONE
■ Language - English
■ Dial mode - Tone
■ Flash time – Short
■ System PIN - 0000
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Handset registration
The handsets supplied with your Symphony 2210
system are already registered to the base unit. You
don’t need to register them yourself.
If you buy new handsets separately, you’ll need to
register them. Up to FIVE handsets can be registered to
each base unit; but each handset is registered to one
base unit only.
To register a
new handset
(Or to re-register an existing handset that has
accidentally become de-registered).
Make sure the handset you’re registering is in
standby mode.
1
2
Press and hold the HANDSET LOCATOR
button on the base unit until you hear
Registration tone (slow ‘beeps’)
▲
▼
On the handset, press the MENU button,
then the ▲ or ▼ button to display REGISTER
3
Press the PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows BASE PIN
4
Key in the system PIN (default 0000) and
press the PHONE/OK button
ÚThe display shows WAIT for a few moment,
The handset is registered to the base unit
while you hear two 'beeps' from the base unit.
Ú The display should show the handset's
name and number, you can change the name
as described on page 11.
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Handset registration
To register to
a different brand
of base unit
Your Symphony 2210 handset can be registered to any
GAP-compatible base unit; or you can register other GAPcompatible handsets to your S ymphony 2210 base unit.
!
But we do not guaratee that all features or display
message will be available using other manufacturer’s
equipment.
1
Follow the instructions in the base unit’s User Guide to
put the base unit into registration mode (for example,
steps7 on page 42) .
2
Follow the instructions in the handset’s User Guide to
register the handset (for example, steps 1 to 5 on page 42).
If you need to enter a PIN for the base unit, refer to the
base unit’s User Guide
Be careful about using this function — if you
de-register a handset by mistake, you’ll need to
re-register it to the base unit.
To de-register
a handset
1
Press the MENU then the ▲ or ▼ button
to go to DELH/S
2
Press the PHONE/OK then the ▲ or ▼ button
to confirm
Ú The display shows BASE PIN
3
Key in the system PIN (default 0000) and
confirm using PHONE/OK button
Ú The display shows a list of registered
handset numbers .
4
Key in a handset number to de-register
' eep'
Ú The handset is de-registered after ' b
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Troubleshooting
!
ALWAYS check
first that:
The DECT Phone must be serviced by trained engineers.
NEVER attempt any repairs or adjustments yourself
— you could make the problem worse and invalidate
the Guarantee.
■
you have followed all the steps listed on pages 5 to 7
to install and set up your DECT Phone
■ all connectors are firmly inserted in their sockets
■ mains power is switched on at the socket
■ the handset’s batteries are correctly and securely
installed, and are not run down
Everyday use
“I cannot make
If the handset’s display is blank, it may be switched off.
or answer calls.” Press the HANG UP/C button to switch it back on.
Check that the base unit’s mains power adapter is
plugged in and power is switched on. The base unit
needs mains power for normal operation of the phone
— not just for charging the batteries.
Make sure you’re using the telephone line cable that
was supplied with your DECT Phone. Other telephone
line cables might not work.
Move the handset closer to the base unit.
Check the Battery Level symbol on the display. If it’s
low, replace the handset on the base unit or charger
pod to recharge the batteries.
Switch off power at the mains socket, wait for a
minute and then switch back on. This may help.
“My answer
machine is not
answering calls”
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Check the following :
1) Your answer machine is switched on and set to
answer mode.
2) If you have a network answer machine service set
with your line provider (1571 service) and you wish
your telephone to answer your calls then you must,
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disable the network answer service Or set the
answer machine rings to five or less.
“I cannot make
a call.”
The handset’s keypad may be locked (see page 9).
Unlock it before you make a call.
“When I press
keys, nothing
happens.”
Make sure the batteries are correctly fitted in your
handset. If the ‘battery charge level’ symbol on the
display shows ‘low’, recharge the batteries.
“When I key in a
number, it
appears on the
display, but I
can’t make an
outside call.”
Try a different position for the base unit — somewhere
higher if possible, or further from other electrical
equipment.
“The phone
does not ring”
Try moving the handset closer to the base unit.
If you have more than one registered handset, make
sure another handset isn’t already using the line.
Check that the base unit’s mains power adapter is
plugged in and power is switched on. The base unit
needs mains power for normal operation of the phone
— not just for charging the batteries.
Make sure you’re using the telephone line cable that
was supplied with your DECT Phone. Other telephone
line cables might not work.
Check that the total REN value of all equipment
connected to your telephone line is no more than 4
(see page 3). Disconnect one or more telephones and
see whether that helps.
“There is interference and
noise on the
line.”
Move the handset closer to the base unit, or to a
different position.
Try moving the base unit so that it’s not near other
electrical equipment, such as a television or a
computer.
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You’ll get the best results if you site the base unit as
high as possible. For example, in a two-storey house,
the first-floor landing is an ideal place for the base unit.
“My call was cut
off when I went
out of range.
Now I can’t use
my handset.”
Move the handset closer to the base unit before you try
again to make a call.
“I hear ‘beeps’
from my
handset while
I’m on a call.”
You may be going out of range of the base unit. Move
closer, or your call may be cut off.
“The Caller
Display feature
isn’t working.”
Check the ‘battery charge level’ symbol on the display.
If it is low, recharge the batteries.
You need to subscribe to the Caller Display feature.
Contact your service provider.
The caller may have withheld their number.
Or they may be calling from a network that does
not transmit the Caller ID (for example, it may be an
international call).
“When I try to
make a call, I
hear Busy
tone.”
If you have more than one handset registered to your
base unit, make sure that another handset isn’t already
using the line.
“The volume in
the earpiece is
low when I’m
on a call.”
Make sure you’re holding the earpiece correctly over
your ear.
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Adjust the volume using the ▲ or ▼ button.
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Using a multi-handset system
“I can’t transfer
a call.”
Make sure the other handset is in range of the base unit.
Make sure you’re dialling the correct number for the
other handset (1 to 5) .
Batteries
“The handset‘s
batteries are
running low
within an
hour or two.”
Before you first used the handset, you should have left it
on the base unit or charger pod for up to 15 hours to
charge the batteries fully.
You may need to replace the batteries (see below).
Clean the battery charging contacts on the base unit
with a dry cloth.
Check the connections between the base unit and the
mains power socket.
“I try to
recharge the
batteries, but I
still get a
warning that
they are low.”
You need to replace the batteries. To find out how to
obtain replacements, call 0845 345 9677, between
9.00 am and 5.00 pm, Monday to Friday.
Dispose of used batteries safely — never burn them,
or put them where they could get punctured.
ALWAYS use the batteries supplied with your
Symphony 2210 — other batteries may burst, causing
damage.
PBX use
You may need to change the recall signal length from
“The Recall
function doesn’t its default short. Consult your PBX documentation for
help if necessary. To change the recall setting, please
seem to work.”
see page 40.
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“Last Number
Redial and/or
memory dialling
don’t work on
a PBX.”
When you first make a call, after keying in the outside
line access code (e.g. 9), press and hold the
Last
Number Redial button until a P appears on the display.
This inserts a pause between the access code and the
telephone number. You should later be able to redial
the number.
When storing numbers in memory, you can include the
outside line access code (e.g. 9) with each number.
If your PBX requires you to wait for a second Dial tone
before dialling the telephone number, press and hold
the
Last Number Redial button for a pause
between the access code and the number.
If the fault persists …
Disconnect all other instruments connected to the
same line as the Symphony 2210 and see whether you
can make a call.
Disconnect the base unit from the telephone line and
plug a different phone into the master telephone
socket. Try making a call. If this works, the line is OK.
If the call does not work, and you are using a two-way
socket adapter, remove it and plug a telephone
directly into the socket. If the call now works, the
adapter may be faulty.
If you cannot make a call, the fault may be on the
exchange line. Contact the service provider.
If you still cannot identify the cause of the problem,
contact the Help Line on 0845 345 9677
.
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Cleaning and care
■
Don’t clean any part of your Symphony 2210 with
benzene, thinner or other solvent chemicals — this may
cause permanent damage which is not covered by the
Guarantee. When necessary, clean it with a damp
cloth.
■
Keep your Symphony 2210 away from hot, humid
conditions or strong sunlight, and don’t let it get
wet.
■
Every effort has been made to ensure high standards of
reliability for your Symphony 2210. However, if something
does go wrong, please do not try to repair it yourself
— consult your supplier or the Binatone Help Line.
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Guarantee and service information
This product is guaranteed against manufacturing defects
for a period of 1 Year.
This does not cover the product where the fault is due to
misuse, abuse, use in contravention of the instructions,
or where the product has been the subject of unauthorised
modifications or alterations, or has been the subject of
commercial use.
In the event of a problem with the product within the
guarantee period please return it to your nearest Argos store.
If the item is shown to have had an inherent defect present at
the time of sale, the store will provide you with a replacement.
Your statutory rights remain unaffected.
Guarantor; Argos Ltd
489 - 499 Avebury Boulevard
Central Milton Keynes
MK9 2NW
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Technical details
Standard
Digital Enhanced Cordless
Telecommunications (DECT)
Frequency range 1.88 to 1.9 GHz (bandwidth = 20 MHz)
Channel bandwidth 1.728 MHz
Operating range up to 300 m outdoors; up to 50 m
indoors
standby: 100 hours approx.
Operating time
talking: 10 hours approx.
for cordless
battery charge time: 15 hours
handset
o
Temperature
Operating 0 oºC to 40 ºC
o
o
range
Storage -20 ºC to 60 ºC
Electrical power Cordless handset — three AAA-size
550 mAH Ni-MH rechargeable batteries
Base unit — input 230 V AC, 50 Hz; output DC 7.5 V, 300 mA
Charger pod — input 230 V AC, 50 Hz; output
AC 9 V, 300 mA
Port specification The
port (connected to the mains
power supply) is a SELV port with respect to EN41003.
The
port (connected to the telephone line) is a TNV
port with respect to EN41003.
PBX compatibility Timed break recall: programmable as
Short (recommended for most PBX system), Medium or Long.
Pause length: 3 seconds. Signalling type: DTMF (dual-tone
multifrequency), also called tone dialling; or Loop-Disconnect,
also called pulse dialling.
Network connection
This equipment is intended to be used in the UK only.
Operation on other countries’ PSTN termination points
cannot be guaranteed.
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BINATONE TELECOM PLC
UNIT 1, PONDERS END INDUSTRIAL ESTATE
EAST DUCK LEES LANE, ENFIELD
MIDDLESEX, EN3 7SP UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44(0) 20 8344 8888 Fax: +44(0) 20 8344 8877
e-mail: binatoneuk@binatonetelecom.co.uk
________________________________________
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EC Declaration of Conformity
We the manufacturer / Importer :
Binatone Telecom Plc
Unit1, Ponders End Industrial Estate
East Duck Lees Lane, Enfield,
Middlesex EN3 7SP
United Kingdom
Declare under our sole responsibility that the following product
Digital cordless telephone
Symphony 2210 series
China
Binatone
Type of equipment:
Model Name:
Country of Origin:
Brand:
complies with the essential protection requirements of R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC on the
approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to Radio Spectrum Matters, the
Council Directive 89/336/EEC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States
relating to electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and the European Community Directive
2006/95/EC relating to Electrical Safety.
Assessment of compliance of the product with the requirements relating to the essential
requirements according to Article 3 R&TTE was based on Annex III of the Directive
1999/5/EC and the following standard:
Radio Spectrum:
EMC:
EN 301406: V1.5.1:2003;
EN 301489-1:V1.6.1:2005;
EN 301489-6:V1.2.1;2002;
EN 60950-1:2001+A11:2004。
Electrical Safety:
Manufacturer / Importer
(signature of authorized person):
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Date
Paul Tsui(General Manager)
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Waste electrical products must not be disposed of with
household waste. This equipment should be taken to
your local recycling centre for safe treatment.
Binatone Telecom plc operates a policy of continuous product
improvement, and so reserves the right to make changes to
the product and functions without notice.
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