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User’s manual
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Models:
CS6328-2/CS6328-3/
CS6328-4/CS6328-5/
CS6329/CS6329-2/
CS6329-3/CS6329-4/
CS6329-5
Congratulations
on purchasing your new VTech product. Before using this telephone, please
read the Important safety instructions on page 56 of this manual.
This manual has all the feature operations and troubleshooting necessary
to install and operate your new VTech telephone. Please review this manual
thoroughly to ensure proper installation and operation of this innovative and
feature rich VTech product. For support, shopping, and everything new at
VTech, visit our website at www.vtechphones.com. In Canada, please visit
www.vtechcanada.com.
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and encourages the use of products that save energy and help
protect our environment. We are proud to mark this product with
the ENERGY STAR ® label indicating it meets the latest energy
efficiency guidelines.
Compatible with
Hearing Aid T-Coil
T
TIA-1083
Telephones identified with this logo have reduced noise and
interference when used with most T-coil equipped hearing aids and
cochlear implants. The TIA-1083 Compliant Logo is a trademark of the
Telecommunications Industry Association. Used under license.
Table of contents
Getting started............................... 1
Parts checklist.................................. 1
Telephone base and
charger installation....................... 2
Battery installation .......................... 3
Battery charging............................... 4
Installation options........................... 5
Tabletop to wall mount
installation . .................................. 5
Wall mount to tabletop
installation..................................... 6
Telephone base layout..................... 7
Handset layout................................. 8
Telephone settings...................... 10
Ringer volume (telephone base).... 10
Ringer volume (handset)................ 10
Ringer tone..................................... 10
LCD language................................ 11
Clear voicemail............................... 11
Key tone......................................... 12
Set date/time.................................. 12
Home area code............................. 13
Dial mode....................................... 13
Answering system settings........ 14
Answering system set up............... 14
Answer ON/OFF............................. 14
Call screening................................ 15
Number of rings.............................. 15
Remote access code .................... 16
Message alert tone........................ 16
Announcement............................... 16
Play your announcement .............. 17
Record your own announcement .. 17
Delete your announcement............ 17
Telephone operation.................... 18
Make a call .................................... 18
Predial a call................................... 18
Answer a call.................................. 18
End a call........................................ 18
Speakerphone................................ 18
Volume........................................... 18
Make a call using speed dial.......... 18
Mute............................................... 19
Temporary ringer silencing............. 19
Temporary tone dialing................... 19
Find handset.................................. 19
Call waiting..................................... 20
Chain dialing.................................. 20
Redial list........................................ 21
Dial a redial entry........................... 21
Delete from redial list..................... 21
Multiple handset use...................... 21
Intercom......................................... 22
Answer an incoming call during
an intercom call........................... 22
Share an outside call...................... 23
Directory......................................... 24
Store a directory entry.................... 25
Character chart.............................. 26
Search the directory....................... 27
Alphabetical search........................ 27
Dial a directory entry...................... 27
Edit a directory entry...................... 28
Delete from the directory................ 28
Speed dial...................................... 29
Store a speed dial entry................. 29
Dial a speed dial number............... 29
Delete a speed dial entry............... 30
About caller ID................................ 30
Memory match............................... 31
Table of contents
Call log........................................... 31
Missed calls indicator . .................. 32
Review the call log ........................ 32
View dialing options....................... 33
Dial a call log entry . ...................... 33
Save a call log entry to
the directory................................ 34
Delete from the call log.................. 35
Call log display screen
messages.................................... 35
Maintenance................................... 58
About cordless telephones............ 59
The RBRC ® seal............................. 59
Warranty......................................... 60
FCC, ACTA and IC regulations...... 62
Technical specifications................. 64
Index.............................................. 65
Answering system operation...... 36
Answering system and
voicemail..................................... 36
Message capacity.......................... 36
New message indication................ 37
Call intercept.................................. 37
Message playback......................... 37
Delete all messages....................... 38
Record and play memos................ 39
Message window displays............. 40
Remote access.............................. 41
Appendix....................................... 42
Handset display screen
messages.................................... 42
Handset and telephone base
indicators.................................... 44
Battery............................................ 45
Expand your telephone system...... 46
Add and register a handset
(optional)..................................... 46
Replace a handset......................... 47
Troubleshooting.............................. 48
Important safety instructions.......... 56
Precautions for users of
implanted cardiac pacemakers... 57
Operating range............................. 57
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Getting started
Parts checklist
Your telephone contains the following items. Save your sales receipt and
original packaging in the event warranty service is necessary.
Charger and charger adapter
(1
2
3
4
for
for
for
for
CS6328-2
CS6328-3
CS6328-4
CS6328-5
Telephone
line cord
and
and
and
and
CS6329-2,
CS6329-3
CS6329-4, and CS6329-5)
Handset
(1 for CS6329, 2 for CS6328-2 and CS6329-2, 3 for CS6328-3 and CS6329-3, 4 for CS6328-4 and CS6329-4, and 5 for CS6328-5 and CS6329-5)
Telephone base Battery
(1 for CS6329, 2 for CS6328-2 power adapter
Telephone base
and CS6329-2, 3 for CS6328-3 and CS6329-3, 4 for CS6328-4 and CS6329-4, and 5 for CS6328-5 and CS6329-5)
User’s manual
Wall mount
bracket
Battery
compartment cover
(1 for CS6329,
2 for CS6328-2
CS6329-2,
3 for CS6328-3
CS6329-3,
4 for CS6328-4
CS6329-4, and
5 for CS6328-5
CS6329-5)
and and
and
and
Quick start guide
To purchase replacement batteries or power adapters, visit our website at
www.vtechphones.com or call 1 (800) 595-9511. In Canada, go to
www.vtechcanada.com or dial 1 (800) 267-7377.
Getting started
Telephone base and charger installation
Install the telephone base and charger(s) as shown below.
Make sure that the electrical outlet is not controlled by a wall switch.
If you subscribe to DSL (digital subscriber line) high-speed Internet service
through your telephone line, you must install a DSL filter between the
telephone line cord and the telephone wall jack. The filter prevents noise and
caller ID problems caused by DSL interference. Contact your DSL service
provider for more information about DSL filters.
Charger adapter
Telephone
base power
adapter
Telephone
wall jack
Electrical outlet
not controlled by
a wall switch
If you have DSL high speed
Internet service,
a DSL filter (not
included) is
required.
Telephone
line cord
Charger
Telephone base
• Use only the power adapters supplied with this product. To order a replacement,
visit our website at www.vtechphones.com or call 1 (800) 595-9511. In Canada,
go to www.vtechcanada.com or dial 1 (800) 267-7377.
• The power adapters are intended to be correctly oriented in a vertical or floor mount position. The prongs are not designed to hold the plug in place if it is plugged into a ceiling, under-the-table or cabinet outlet.
Getting started
Battery installation
Install the battery as shown below.
1. If the battery compartment cover is on the handset, press on the
indentation and slide the cover to remove.
2. Plug the battery connector securely into the socket inside the handset
battery compartment, matching the color-coded label.
3. Place the battery with the label THIS SIDE UP facing up and the wires
inside the battery compartment.
4. Align the cover flat against the battery compartment, then slide it towards
the center of the handset until it clicks into place.
5. Charge the handset by placing it in the telephone base or charger. The
CHARGE light is on when the handset charges.
1
4
2
3
5
Charge
light
• If the handset will not be used for a long time, disconnect and remove the battery to prevent possible leakage.
• To purchase replacement batteries, visit our website at www.vtechphones.com or call 1 (800) 595-9511. In Canada, go to www.vtechcanada.com or dial 1 (800) 267-7377.
Getting started
Battery charging
Once you have installed the battery, the screen indicates the battery status
(see the table below). If necessary, place the handset in the telephone base
or charger to charge the battery. For best performance, keep the handset in
the telephone base or charger when not in use. The battery is fully charged
after 16 hours of continuous charging. See the table on page 45 for battery
operating times.
If the screen is blank, you need to charge the handset without interruption for
at least 10 minutes to give the handset enough charge to use the telephone
for a short time. When the battery is low, the handset beeps four times every
minute, shows LOW BATTERY and a flashing icon. If you are on a call in
low battery mode, the handset has four short beeps to alert you.
The following table summarizes the battery charge indicators and actions
to take.
Battery indicators
Battery status
Action
The screen is blank.
Battery has no charge
and the handset cannot
be used.
Charge without interruption (at
least 10 minutes).
The screen shows
PLACE IN CHARGER
and flashes.
Battery has very little
charge and the handset
cannot be used.
Charge without interruption (at
least four minutes).
The screen shows
LOW BATTERY and
flashes. The handset
beeps four times every
minute.
Battery has enough
charge to be used for a
short time.
Charge without interruption until
the screen shows HANDSET X
(about 30 minutes).
The screen shows
HANDSET X.
Battery is charged.
To keep the battery charged,
place it in the telephone base
or charger when not in use.
If you do not plug in the battery into the handset and place it in the telephone base
or charger, the screen displays NO BATTERY.
Getting started
Installation options
Your telephone base is ready for tabletop use. If you want to mount your�
telephone on a wall, use the provided wall mount bracket to connect with a standard dual-stud telephone wall mounting plate. If you do not have this mounting plate, you can purchase one from many hardware or consumer electronics retailers. You may need a professional to install the
mounting plate.
Tabletop to wall mount installation
1. Plug one end of the telephone line cord into the TEL LINE jack on the
bottom of the telephone base. Plug the small end of the power adapter into
the POWER jack on the bottom of the telephone base.
2. Position the telephone base as shown below. Insert the extended tabs of
the wall mount bracket into the slots on the back of the telephone base.
Push the telephone base down until it clicks securely in place.
3. Route the telephone line cord through the wall mount bracket hole and plug
it into the telephone wall jack. Route the power cord out of the bottom of the
telephone and plug it into an electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch.
4. Align the holes on the bracket with the standard wall plate and slide the
bracket down until it locks securely. Bundle the telephone line cord and
power adapter cord neatly with a twist tie.
1
2
3
4
Getting started
Wall mount to tabletop installation
1. If the telephone line cord and power adapter cord are bundled, untie
them first.
2. Slide the black wall mount bracket up and remove it from the wall plate.
Unplug the telephone line cord (or DSL filter) from the wall. Unplug the
power adapter from the power outlet.
3. Slide the telephone base up and remove it from the wall mount bracket.
4. See Telephone base and charger installation on page 2.
Getting started
Telephone base layout
Message window
Shows the number of
messages and other
answering system
information (page 40).
X/DELETE
Press to delete the message currently
playing (page 37).
When the phone is not in use, press
twice to delete all previously reviewed
messages (page 38).
IN USE light
Flashes when there is an incoming call, or another telephone
sharing the same line is in use.
On when the handset is in use.
/FIND HANDSET
Press to page all
system handsets
(page 19).
/VOL+ and /VOLPress to adjust the
volume during playback
(page 37).
When the phone is not
in use, press to adjust
the telephone base
ringer volume (page 10).
/ANS ON/OFF
Press to turn the
answering system
on or off (page 14).
/SKIP
Press to skip to the next message
(page 37).
/REPEAT
Press to repeat a message
or press twice to play the
previous message (page 37).
/PLAY/STOP
Press to play messages (page 37).
Press to stop message playback
(page 37).
Getting started
Handset layout
CHARGE light
On when the handset is charging in the
telephone base or charger (page 3).
VOL/CID (volume/caller ID)
ress to review the call log when the telephone
P
is not in use (page 32).
While in a menu, press to scroll down.
During a call, press to decrease the listening
volume (page 18).
(speakerphone)
ress to make or answer a call (page 18).
P
During a call, press to switch between
speakerphone and handset (page 18).
/FLASH
Press to make or answer a call (page 18).
During a call, press to answer an incoming call
when you receive a call waiting alert (page 20).
1
While reviewing a call log entry, press
repeatedly to add or remove 1 in front of the
telephone number before dialing or saving it in
the directory (page 33).
TONE
hile you have set the dial mode to pulse and
W
on a call, press to temporarily change to tone
dial mode (page 19).
REDIAL/PAUSE
Press to review the redial list (page 21).
While dialing or entering numbers into the
directory, press and hold to insert a dialing
pause (page 18).
Getting started
Handset layout
MENU/SELECT
Press to show the menu.
While in a menu, press to select an item, or
save an entry or setting.
VOL/
(volume/directory)
Press to enter the directory when the telephone
is not in use (page 27).
While in a menu, press to scroll up.
During a call, press to increase the listening
volume (page 18).
OFF/CLEAR
uring a call, press to hang up (page 18).
D
While the handset is ringing, press to silence
the ringer temporarily (page 19).
While the telephone is not in use, press and
hold to erase the missed calls indicator (page 32).
During programming, press to exit without
making changes.
#
Press repeatedly to show other dialing options
when reviewing a call log entry (page 33).
INT (intercom)
Press to start an intercom conversation or
transfer a call (page 22-23).
MUTE/REMOVE
While on a call, press to mute the microphone
(page 19).
While reviewing the call log, directory or redial
list, press to delete an individual entry (page 35,
28 and 21 respectively).
Press to delete digits when predialing (page 18).
Telephone settings
Ringer volume (telephone base)
• Press /VOL+ or /VOL- on the telephone base to adjust the ringer
volume when the telephone is not in use. When you set the ringer volume to zero, the base ringer is off and the system announces, “Base
ringer is off.”
Ringer volume (handset)
You can set the ringer volume or turn the ringer off. When
the ringer is off,
appears on the screen.
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >RINGERS, then press MENU /SELECT.
3. Press MENU /SELECT to select >RINGER VOLUME.
4. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to adjust the volume.
A sample of each ringer volume plays as you scroll
through the choices.
5. Press MENU /SELECT to confirm your selection.
>RINGERS
Settings
>RINGER VOLUME
RINGER TONE
RINGER VOLUME
The setting also determines the ringer volume of the
intercom call and paging tone. However, paging volume
ranges between level 4 to 6 only.
Ringer tone
You can choose from different ringer tones or melodies.
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >RINGERS,
then press MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >RINGER TONE, then press MENU /SELECT.
4. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select the desired
ringer tone or melody. A sample of each ringer tone or
melody plays as you scroll through the choices.
5. Press MENU /SELECT to confirm your selection.
>RINGER TONE
RINGER VOLUME
RINGER TONE
>1
If you turn off the ringer volume, you will not hear ringer tone samples.
10
Telephone settings
LCD language
You can select English, Français or Español to be
used in all screen displays.
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Settings,
then press MENU /SELECT.
3. Press MENU /SELECT to select >LCD language.
4. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to scroll through the choices.
5. Press MENU /SELECT to confirm your selection.
>LCD LANGUAGE
CLR VOICEMAIL
LCD LANGUAGE
>ENGLISH
Clear voicemail
If you subscribe to voicemail service offered by your telephone service
provider, NEW VOICEMAIL and
appear on the handset when you have
new voicemail messages. Contact your telephone service provider for more
information and assistance about using your voicemail service.
After you have listened to all new voicemail messages, the indicators on the
handset turn off automatically.
Use the clear voicemail feature when the telephone indicates that there is
new voicemail but there are none (for example, when you have accessed
your voicemail while away from home). Clearing the voicemail waiting
indicator only turns off the indicators; it does not delete your voicemail
messages. As long as you have new voicemail messages, your telephone
service provider continues to send the signal to turn on the indicators.
To manually turn off these indicators:
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Settings,
then press MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Clr voicemail, then press MENU /SELECT. The
screen shows Turn off indicator?
4. Press MENU /SELECT to confirm your selection and you
hear a confirmation tone.
>CLR VOICEMAIL
KEY TONE
TURN OFF
INDICATOR?
• Your telephone service provider may alert you of new messages with a
stutter (broken) dial tone. Contact your telephone service provider for details.
• Voicemail is different from answering system messages recorded in your answering system. For more information about the difference, see page 36.
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Telephone settings
Key tone
You can turn the key tone on or off.
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Settings,
then press MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Key tone,
then press MENU /SELECT.
4. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to choose On or Off.
5. Press MENU /SELECT to confirm your selection.
>KEY TONE
SET DATE/TIME
KEY TONE
>ON
Set date/time
he answering system announces the day and time of each message prior
T
to playing it. Before using the answering system, set the date and time as
follows. If you subscribe to caller ID service, the day, month and time are set
automatically with each incoming call. However, the year must be correct so
that the day of the week can be calculated from the caller ID information.
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
>SET DATE/TIME
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Settings,
HOME AREA CODE
then press MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Set date/time, then press MENU /SELECT.
4. Press the dialing keys (0-9) to enter a two-digit SET DATE
12/25/09
number or press VOL/ or VOL/CID until the
screen displays the correct month, day and year. Press
MENU /SELECT to advance to time setting.
5. Repeat step 4 until the time is set. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to choose AM or PM. Press MENU /SELECT
SET TIME
to confirm your selection.
10:45 AM
If the date and time are not set, the system announces, “Time
and date not set,” before each message plays.
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Telephone settings
Home area code
If you dial your local calls using only seven digits (area
>HOME AREA CODE
code not required), you can program your home area code DIAL MODE
so that when you receive a call within your local area, the
telephone number is automatically stored without the area
code in the call log.
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
HOME AREA CODE
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Settings,
___
then press MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Home area code, then press MENU /SELECT.
4. Use the dialing keys to enter the desired home area code.
• Press MUTE /REMOVE to delete a digit.
• Press and hold MUTE /REMOVE to delete the entire entry.
5. Press MENU /SELECT to confirm.
If, in the future, your telephone service provider requires you to dial the area
code when making a local call, or, if you move to a location that requires it,
delete the home area code you have already programmed, following the steps above. After you have deleted the home area code, _ _ _ will appear in
the display.
Dial mode
The dial mode is preset to tone dialing. If you have pulse
(rotary) service, you must change the dial mode to pulse
dialing before using the telephone.
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Settings,
then press MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Dial mode,
then press MENU /SELECT.
4. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to choose Tone or Pulse.
5. Press MENU /SELECT to confirm your selection.
>DIAL MODE
LCD LANGUAGE
DIAL MODE
>TONE
While on a call, press TONE to temporarily change to tone dial mode.
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Answering system settings
Answering system set up
You must use a system handset to change your answering system settings.
Answer ON/OFF
The answering system must be turned on to answer and record messages.
When the answering system is turned on, the /ANS ON/OFF light on the
telephone base will be on and ANS ON will display on the handset.
To turn on or off with the telephone base:
• Press /ANS ON/OFF to turn the built-in answering
system on or off. When the answering system is turned
on, it announces, “Calls will be answered.” When the
answering system is turned off, it announces, “Calls will
not be answered.”
To turn on or off with a handset:
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Answering Sys, then press
MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Answer on/off, then press
MENU /SELECT.
4. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to choose On or Off, then press MENU /SELECT.
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Answering system settings
Call screening
You can listen at the telephone base to a caller leaving a message. If you
want to turn off the call screening feature, set the call screening off on the
handset. Remember to increase the volume in order to hear your messages
during playback.
To turn on or off with a handset:
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Answering Sys, then press
MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >ans sys setup, then press
MENU /SELECT.
4. Press MENU /SELECT to select >Call screening.
5. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to choose On or Off, then press MENU /SELECT.
While the answering system is answering a call, you can press /VOL+ once on the
telephone base to temporarily turn the call screening on. Press /VOL- to level 1 to
temporarily turn down the volume of the call screening, or press /PLAY/STOP
to turn off call screening temporarily.
Number of rings
You can choose from two, four, or six rings; or toll saver. With toll saver
selected, the answering system answers after two rings when you have
new messages, and after four rings when you have no new messages. This
enables you to check for new messages and avoid paying unnecessary long
distance charges if you are calling from out of your local area.
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Answering Sys, then press
MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Ans sys setup, then press
MENU /SELECT.
4. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select ># of rings, then press MENU /SELECT.
5. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to choose from 6, 4, 2 or TOLL SAVER,
then press MENU /SELECT to confirm your selection.
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Answering system settings
Remote access code
A two-digit security code is required to access the answering system
remotely from any touch-tone telephone. The preset code is 19. You can set
the code from 00 to 99.
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Answering Sys, then press
MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Ans sys setup, then press
MENU /SELECT.
4. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Remote code, then press
MENU /SELECT.
5. Press the dialing keys (0-9) to enter the code or VOL/ or VOL/CID to
select from 00 to 99, then press MENU /SELECT to confirm.
Message alert tone
This telephone can beep every 10 seconds to alert you of new messages.
The tone stops when all new messages have been reviewed.
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Answering Sys, then press
MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Ans sys setup, then press
MENU /SELECT.
4. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Msg alert tone, then press
MENU /SELECT.
5. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select from On or Off, then press MENU /SELECT to confirm your selection.
• The answering system must be turned on for the message alert tone to function.
• Press any key on the telephone base (except /FIND HANDSET) to temporarily
silence the message alert tone.
Announcement
The telephone is preset with a greeting that answers calls with “Hello, please
leave a message after the tone.” You can use this preset announcement, or
replace it with your own.
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Answering system settings
Play your announcement
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Answering Sys, then press
MENU /SELECT.
3. Press MENU /SELECT to select >Announcement.
4. The handset announces, “To play, press 2. To record, press 7.” Press 2
to play.
Record your own announcement
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Answering Sys, then press
MENU /SELECT.
3. Press MENU /SELECT to select >Announcement.
4. The handset announces, “To play, press 2. To record, press 7.” Press 7
to record.
5. The handset announces, “Record after the tone. Press 5 when you are done.”
6. After the tone, speak towards the microphone of the handset.
7. Press 5 when finished.
8. The answering system automatically plays back the newly recorded
announcement. Press 5 to stop the playback at any time; 2 to replay the
recorded announcement; or 7 to record again if desired.
• Your announcement can be up to 90 seconds in length.
• Announcements shorter than two seconds will not be recorded.
Delete your announcement
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Answering Sys, then press
MENU /SELECT.
3. Press MENU /SELECT to select >Announcement.
4. The handset announces, “To play, press 2. To record, press 7.” Press 3
to delete your own recorded announcement. The handset announces,
“Announcement deleted.”
When your announcement is deleted, calls are answered with the preset announcement.
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Telephone operation
Make a call
1. Press /FLASH or
2. Dial the number.
. You hear a dial tone.
Predial a call
1. Dial the number.
2. Press /FLASH or
.
Answer a call
Press
/FLASH,
or any of the dialing keys (0-9, #, TONE ).
• The screen shows the elapsed time as you talk (in hours, minutes and seconds).
• When predialing (preview numbers before dialing), press MUTE/REMOVE or
OFF/CLEAR to backspace and delete; press and hold REDIAL/PAUSE to insert
a dialing pause (a p appears).
End a call
Press OFF/CLEAR or put the handset in the telephone base or charger.
Speakerphone
During a call, press
to switch between speakerphone and normal
handset use. When the speakerphone is active, the handset screen shows SPEAKER.
Volume
During a call, press
listening volume.
VOL/
or
VOL/CID to adjust the
Make a call using speed dial
1. Press and hold a dialing key (0-9) to display the speed
dial number.
2. Press /FLASH or
.
If you try to make a call on a empty speed dial location, the system will prompt
you to the setup of the speed dial location (see page 29).
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Telephone operation
Mute
The mute function allows you to hear the other party but the
other party cannot hear you.
1. During a call, press MUTE/REMOVE on the handset. The
handset screen shows MUTED for a few seconds and
MUTE appears until the mute function is turned off.
2. Press MUTE/REMOVE again to resume the conversation.
The handset screen temporarily shows
MICROPHONE ON.
MUTED
3:15PM MUTE 12/25
Temporary ringer silencing
When the telephone is ringing, you can temporarily silence the ringer of the
handset or telephone base without disconnecting the call. The next call rings
normally at the preset volume.
To silence the handset ringer:
RINGER MUTED
• Press OFF/CLEAR or MUTE/REMOVE, RINGER MUTED and
display.
To silence the telephone base ringer:
• Press /VOL- to turn off the base ringer.
Temporary tone dialing
If you have pulse (rotary) service only, you can switch from pulse to tone
dialing temporarily during a call. This is useful if you need to send touch-tone
signals to access your telephone banking or long distance services.
1. During a call, press TONE .
2. Use the dialing keys to enter the relevant number. The telephone sends
touch-tone signals.
3. The telephone automatically returns to pulse dialing mode after you end
the call.
Find handset
Use this feature to page all system handsets.
1. Press /FIND HANDSET on the telephone base. All idle
handsets ring and the screens show ** PAGING **.
2. To end paging, press /FLASH,
, any dialing keys (0-9, #,
TONE ) on the handset, or press /FIND HANDSET on the
telephone base.
Paging rings all the registered handsets even if the ringer
volume is set to off.
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Telephone operation
Call waiting
When you subscribe to call waiting service from your telephone service
provider, you hear an alert tone if there is an incoming call while you are on
another call.
Press /FLASH to put your current call on hold and take the new call. Press
/FLASH at any time to switch back and forth between calls.
Chain dialing
Use this feature to initiate a dialing sequence from numbers stored in the
directory, call log or redial while you are on a call.
Chain dialing can be useful if you wish to access other numbers (such as
bank account numbers or access codes) from the directory, call log or redial list.
To access a number in the directory while on a call:
1. Press MENU/SELECT twice to select >Directory.
2. Press MENU /SELECT and then press VOL/ or VOL/CID to scroll to
the desired entry.
3. Press MENU /SELECT to dial the displayed number.
To access a number in the call log while on a call:
1. Press MENU/SELECT and then press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select
>Call log.
2. Press MENU /SELECT and then press VOL/ or VOL/CID to scroll to
the desired entry.
3. Press MENU /SELECT to dial the displayed number.
To access a number in the redial list while on a call:
1. Press REDIAL/PAUSE and then press VOL/ , VOL/CID or REDIAL/PAUSE to browse to the desired entry.
2. Press MENU /SELECT to dial the displayed number.
• You cannot edit a directory entry while on a call. For more details about the directory, see page 24.
• You cannot copy a call log entry into the directory while on a call. For more details about call log, see page 31.
• You cannot erase a redial entry while on a call. For more details about the
redial memory, see page 21.
• Press OFF/CLEAR to exit redial, directory or call log when you are on a call.
• When there is more than one handset on a call, only the first handset that
answered the call can access the directory, call log or redial list.
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Telephone operation
Redial list
The telephone stores the 20 most recently dialed numbers.
• When there are already 20 entries, the oldest entry is deleted to make
room for the new entry.
• Entries are shown in reverse chronological order.
• Press REDIAL/PAUSE to browse the redial list.
• Press OFF/CLEAR to exit the redial list.
Dial a redial entry
1. Press REDIAL/PAUSE, then press VOL/ , VOL/CID or REDIAL/PAUSE to browse.
2. Press /FLASH or
to dial the displayed number.
Delete from redial list
1. Press REDIAL/PAUSE, then press VOL/ , VOL/CID or REDIAL/PAUSE to browse.
2. Press MUTE /REMOVE to delete the selected entry.
Multiple handset use
You can use up to two system handsets at a time on an outside call. If a
handset is already on a call and you would like to join the call, press /FLASH
or
on another handset to join the call.
To end the call, press OFF/CLEAR or place the handset in the telephone base
or charger. The call will not end until all handsets hang up.
You can buy additional expansion handsets (model CS6309) for this
telephone base. You can register up to five handsets to the telephone base.
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Telephone operation
Intercom
Use the intercom feature for conversation between two
CALLING
system handsets.
HANDSET X
1. Press INT on your handset when not in use.
• If you have a two-handset system, your handset screen shows Calling handset X.
• If you have more than two handsets, your screen HANDSET X
shows Intercom to:. Use the dialing keys to
IS CALLING
select the destination handset. Your handset screen
shows Calling handset X.
The destination handset rings and its screen shows Handset X is calling.
INTERCOM
2. To answer the intercom call, press /FLASH,
, INT or
any of the dialing keys (0-9, #, TONE ) on the destination
handset. Both handsets now show INTERCOM.
3. To end an intercom call, press OFF/CLEAR or place
the handset back in the telephone base or charger. Both screens show
INTERCOM ENDED.
• You can cancel the intercom call before it is answered by pressing OFF/CLEAR
or INT on your originating handset.
• If the destination handset does not answer the intercom call within 100
seconds, is in the directory or call log, or is out of range, your originating
handset screen shows Unable to call. try again and returns to idle mode.
• Press OFF/CLEAR or MUTE/REMOVE on the destination handset to temporarily
silence the intercom ringer.
• You can use a maximum of four handsets at a time. When two handsets are
used on an intercom call, use two other system handsets for an outside call.
• If there is an incoming call while the originating handset screen shows
INTERCOM TO:, the intercom request is stopped and the screen will show
INCOMING CALL.
Answer an incoming call during an intercom call
If you receive an incoming outside call during an intercom call, there will be
an alert tone.
• To answer the call, press /FLASH. The intercom call ends automatically.
• To answer the call without ending the intercom call, press INT. Press INT at
any time to switch back and forth between intercom call and the call.
• To end the intercom call without answering the incoming call, press OFF/CLEAR . The telephone continues to ring.
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Telephone operation
Share an outside call
INTERCOM TO:
You can call another system handset to join an outside call.
1. During a call, press INT. The outside call is put on hold.
• If you have a two-handset system, your handset
screen shows Calling Handset X.
• If you have more than two handsets, your screen
shows INTERCOM to:. Use the dialing keys to select
the destination handset. Your screen then shows
Calling handset X.
The destination handset rings and its screen shows HANDSET X IS CALLING.
2. To answer the call on the destination handset, press
/FLASH,
, INT or any of the dialing keys (0-9, #,
TONE ) . The outside call is still on hold and both handsets now show INTERCOM. You can now have a
private conversation between the system handsets.
CALLING
HANDSET X
HANDSET X
IS CALLING
INTERCOM
• If you want to cancel an intercom call and reconnect to the outside call before the destination handset
answers, press /FLASH, OFF/CLEAR or INT on your originating handset.
• If the destination handset does not answer the intercom call within 100
seconds, is in the directory or call log, or is out of range, your originating
handset screen shows Unable to call. try again and reconnects to
the outside call automatically.
3. From this intercom call, you have the following options:
• You can let the destination handset join you on the outside call in a
three-way conversation. Press and hold INT on your originating handset.
• You can transfer the call. Press OFF/CLEAR, or place your handset back in the telephone base or charger. Your screen shows Call transferRed. The destination handset is automatically connected to
the outside call.
• You can alternate between the outside call (OUTSIDE CALL appears on
the screen) and the intercom call (INTERCOM appears on the screen).
Press INT repeatedly on your originating handset.
• The other person can leave the intercom call by pressing OFF/CLEAR, or placing the destination handset back in the telephone base or
charger. The outside call continues with the original system handset.
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Telephone operation
Directory
The directory can store up to 100 entries with up to 30
digits for each phone number and 15 characters for each name.
• Directory entries are shared by all system handsets. Any
additions, deletions or edits made on one handset affect
the directory on all handsets.
• When there are no records in the directory, the screen
shows Directory empty.
• When the directory is full and you try to save an entry,
the screen shows Directory full.
• If you try to save an entry already stored in the directory,
the screen shows Already saved.
• If the telephone number in the directory exceeds 15
digits, <* appears in front of the telephone number.
Press TONE to move towards the end of the telephone
number or press # to move towards the beginning of the telephone number.
• Only one handset can review the directory at a time.
If a handset tries to enter the directory while another
handset is already in it, Not available at this
time appears.
DIRECTORY EMPTY
DIRECTORY FULL
ALREADY SAVED
ELIZABETH JONES
<*180012345678
ELIZABETH JONES
<* 800123456 #>
ELIZABETH JONES
123456789012 #>
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Telephone operation
Store a directory entry
Use the following steps to store an entry in the directory.
1. Enter the number when the handset is not in use and press MENU /SELECT, then go to step 4.
-OR Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
>DIRECTORY
CALL LOG
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Directory
and then press MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Add contact, then press MENU /SELECT. The
screen shows ENTER NUMBER.
>ADD CONTACT
SPEED DIAL
4. Use the dialing keys to enter or modify the number.
• Press MUTE /REMOVE to backspace and erase a digit.
• Press and hold MUTE /REMOVE to erase the ENTER NUMBER
entire entry.
_
• Press VOL/CID to move the cursor to the left or VOL/ to the right.
• Press and hold REDIAL /PAUSE to insert a dialing pause (a p appears).
ENTER NAME
-OR_
Copy a number from the redial list by pressing REDIAL/PAUSE and then press VOL/ , VOL/CID or
REDIAL/PAUSE repeatedly to select a number. Press
MENU /SELECT to copy the number.
5. Press MENU /SELECT to move to the name. The screen shows ENTER NAME.
6. Use the dialing keys (see page 26) to enter the name.
• Press MUTE /REMOVE to backspace and erase a character.
• Press and hold MUTE /REMOVE to erase the entire entry.
• Press VOL/CID to move the cursor to the left or VOL/ to the right.
7. Press MENU /SELECT to confirm. The screen displays SAVED and you
hear a confirmation tone.
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Telephone operation
Character chart
Use the dial pad and the chart below to enter a name (up to 15 characters).
Each press of a particular key causes the characters to be displayed in the
following order:
Number
key
Characters by number of key presses
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
#
&
/
,
s
7
z
9
1
1
.
-
’
(
)
*
2
A
B
C
a
b
c
2
3
D
E
F
d
e
f
3
4
G
H
I
g
h
i
4
5
J
K
L
j
k
l
5
6
M
N
O
m
n
o
6
7
P
Q
R
S
p
q
r
8
T
U
V
t
u
v
8
9
W
X
Y
Z
w
x
y
0
space
0
TONE
#
When entering a name in the directory, the first letter of each word is
automatically capitalized. Press the number key repeatedly until the desired
character appears.
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Telephone operation
Search the directory
Entries are sorted alphabetically. To search the directory:
1. Press VOL / when the handset is not in use.
-ORPress MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Directory
and then press MENU /SELECT twice.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to browse.
>REVIEW
ADD CONTACT
Mike Smith
800-595-9511
Alphabetical search
To start an alphabetical search:
1. Press VOL / when the handset is not in use.
-ORPress MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Directory and then press MENU /SELECT twice.
2. Use the dialing keys to enter the letters associated with the name. For
example, if you have name entries Jenny, Kristen and Linda in your
directory, press 5 (JKL) once to find Jenny, twice to find Kristen, or three
times to find Linda. If there is no name entry matching your search, the
next closest match in alphabetical order appears. If necessary, press VOL/ or VOL/CID to browse.
Dial a directory entry
1. Press VOL / when the handset is not in use.
-ORPress MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Directory and then press MENU /SELECT twice.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID, or use the alphabetical search to browse.
3. Press /FLASH or
.
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Telephone operation
Edit a directory entry
Use the following steps to edit an entry in the directory.
1. Press VOL / when the handset is not in use.
-ORPress MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Directory and then press MENU /SELECT twice.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID, or use the alphabetical search (see page 27)
to browse.
3. Press MENU /SELECT to select an entry. The screen
EDIT NUMBER
shows EDIT NUMBER.
800-595-9511_
4. Use the dialing keys to edit the number.
• Press MUTE /REMOVE to backspace and erase a digit.
• Press and hold MUTE /REMOVE to erase the entire entry.
• Press VOL/CID to move the cursor to the left or VOL/ to the right.
• Press and hold REDIAL /PAUSE to insert a dialing pause (a p appears).
5. Press MENU /SELECT to move to the name. The screen
EDIT NAME
shows EDIT NAME.
Mike Smith_
6. Use the dialing keys (see page 26) to edit the name.
• Press MUTE /REMOVE to backspace and erase a character.
• Press and hold MUTE /REMOVE to erase the entire entry.
• Press VOL/CID to move the cursor to the left or VOL/ to the right.
7. Press MENU /SELECT to save. The screen shows SAVED and you hear a
confirmation tone.
Delete from the directory
1. Press VOL / when the handset is not in use.
-ORPress MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Directory and then press MENU /SELECT twice.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID, or use the alphabetical search (see page 27)
to browse.
3. Press MUTE /REMOVE to remove the selected entry and the screen shows
Delete contact?
4. Press MENU /SELECT to confirm. The screen shows Contact deleted
and you hear a confirmation tone.
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Telephone operation
Speed dial
You can store up to 10 telephone numbers with names in the speed dial
memory locations you assign from the directory you wish to dial using fewer
keys than usual. You must create an entry in the directory (see page 25)
before you set the speed dial memory location.
The speed dial memory locations are stored in the telephone base and are
shared by all handsets. Changes made to speed dial entries on one handset
apply to all.
Store a speed dial entry
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Directory, then press MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Speed dial, then press MENU /SELECT.
4. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to choose the desired speed dial location,
then press MENU /SELECT. The directory list displays.
5. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to choose the desired directory entry, then
press MENU /SELECT to confirm.
• If you choose an existing speed dial entry in step 4, the entry will be
replaced by the new directory entry.
• The entries stored in the speed dial memory are numbered 0 to 9 and share
the memory in the directory.
• If the location is not empty, the new entry replaces the old entry. The old
entry will still be saved in the directory.
Dial a speed dial number
1. Press and hold the dial pad key (0-9) to display the speed dial entry.
2. Press /FLASH or
to dial the displayed number.
If the speed dial location you selected is empty, the screen displays <EMPTY>.
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Telephone operation
Delete a speed dial entry
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Directory, then press MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Speed dial, then press MENU /SELECT.
4. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to choose the desired speed dial location,
then press MUTE /REMOVE to confirm.
The deleted speed dial entry is only removed from speed dial memory, not from
the directory.
About caller ID
This product supports caller ID services provided by most telephone service
providers. Depending on your service subscription, you may see the caller’s
number, or the caller’s name and number that are sent by your telephone
service provider after the first or second ring. Caller ID allows you to see the
name, number, date and time of calls.
Caller ID with call waiting lets you see the name and telephone number of the
caller before answering the telephone, even while on another call.
It may be necessary to change your telephone service to use this feature.
Contact your telephone service provider if:
• You have both caller ID and call waiting, but as separate services (you may
need to combine these services).
• You have only caller ID service, or only call waiting service.
• You do not subscribe to caller ID or call waiting services.
There are fees for caller ID services. In addition, services may not be
available in all areas.
This product can provide information only if both you and the caller are in
areas offering caller ID service and if both telephone service providers use
compatible equipment. The time and date are sent by your telephone service
provider along with the call information.
You can use this product with regular caller ID service, or you can use this
product’s other features without subscribing to either caller ID or combined
caller ID with call waiting service.
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Telephone operation
Memory match
If the incoming telephone number is an exact match with a telephone
number in your directory, the name that appears on the screen matches the
corresponding name in your directory.
For example, if Elizabeth Jones calls, her name appears as LIZ if this is how
you entered into your directory.
The number shown by your caller ID is in the format sent by the telephone service
provider. The telephone service provider usually delivers ten-digit telephone numbers
(area code plus telephone number). If the telephone number of the caller does not
exactly match a number in your directory, the name appears as it is delivered by the
telephone service provider. For example, if the telephone service provider includes
the area code and the directory number does not, the name appears as delivered
by the telephone service provider.
Call log
If you subscribe to caller ID service, information about each caller will appear
after the first or second ring. If you answer a call before the caller information
appears on the screen, it will not be saved in the call log.
• The call log stores up to 50 entries. Each entry has up to 24 digits for the
phone number and 15 characters for the name. If the phone number has
more than 15 digits, only the last 15 digits appear. If the name has more
than 15 characters, only the first 15 characters are shown and saved in the
call log.
• You can review, redial, and copy an entry into the directory.
• Entries appear in reverse chronological order.
HANDSET X
• When the call log is full, the oldest entry is deleted to
XX MISSED CALLS
make room for new incoming call information.
• XX Missed call(s) shows when there are new call
12:15PM
12/25
log entries that have not been reviewed.
• Call log empty shows when there are no records CALL LOG EMPTY
in the call log.
• Only one handset can review the call log at a time. If a handset tries to enter the call log while another handset is already in it, Not available at this
time appears.
• The caller ID information may not be available for every incoming call. The callers
may intentionally block their names and/or telephone numbers.
• For call log entries with numbers between 16 and 24 digits, in order to view the entire number, you must save the entry to the directory (see page 34).
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Telephone operation
Missed calls indicator
When there are calls that have not been reviewed in the
call log, the handset shows XX Missed call(s).
Each time you review a call log entry marked NEW, the
number of missed calls decreases by one.
When you have reviewed all the missed calls, the missed
calls indicator no longer shows.
If you do not want to review the missed calls one by one,
press and hold OFF/CLEAR when the handset is not in use
to erase the missed calls indicator. All the entries are then
considered old and kept in the call log.
HANDSET X
XX MISSED CALLS
12:15PM
12/25
Mike Smith
595-9511
NEW
12:15PM
12/25
Review the call log
1. Press VOL /CID when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to browse through the
call log.
-OR1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Call log,
then press MENU /SELECT.
3. Press MENU /SELECT to select >Review.
4. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to browse through the
call log.
Mike Smith
595-9511
12:15PM
12/25
>CALL LOG
RINGERS
• The name (if available), telephone number, date and time of all incoming calls
are shown on the screen.
• You hear a double beep when it reaches the beginning or end of the call log list.
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Telephone operation
View dialing options
800-595-9511
1-800-595-9511
Although the call log entries received have 10 digits (the
595-9511
area code plus the seven-digit number), in some areas,
1-595-9511
you might need to dial only the seven digits, or 1 plus
the seven digits, or 1 plus the area code plus the seven
595-9511
digits. You can change the number of digits that you dial
1-595-9511
from the call log and store to the directory.
While reviewing the call log, press # repeatedly to show
800-595-9511
1-800-595-9511
different dialing options for local and long distance
numbers before dialing or saving the telephone number in
the directory.
Press 1 repeatedly if you need to add or remove 1 in front of the telephone
number before dialing or saving it in the directory.
When the number is shown in the correct format for dialing, press /FLASH or
to call the number.
Dial a call log entry
1. When in the call log (see Review the call log on page 32), press
or VOL/CID to browse to the desired entry.
2. Press /FLASH or
to dial.
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VOL/
Telephone operation
Save a call log entry to the directory
1. When in the call log, press VOL/ or VOL/CID to browse.
2. Press MENU /SELECT to select an entry. The screen
displays EDIT NUMBER.
EDIT NUMBER
800-595-9511_
3. Use the dialing keys to edit the number.
• Press MUTE /REMOVE to backspace and erase a digit.
• Press and hold MUTE /REMOVE to erase the entire entry.
• Press VOL/CID to move the cursor to the left or VOL/ to the right.
• Press and hold REDIAL /PAUSE to insert a dialing pause (a p appears).
4. Press MENU /SELECT to move to the name. The screen
EDIT NAME
displays EDIT NAME.
Mike Smith_
5. Use the dialing keys (see page 26) to edit the name.
• Press MUTE /REMOVE to backspace and erase a character.
• Press and hold MUTE /REMOVE to erase the entire entry.
• Press VOL/CID to move the cursor to the left or VOL/ to the right.
6. Press MENU /SELECT to save. The screen shows SAVED and you hear a
confirmation tone.
• If the entry is already saved in the directory, the handset shows Already saved.
• If there is no caller ID information, the handset shows Unable To save.
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Telephone operation
Delete from the call log
To delete one entry:
1. When in the call log, press VOL/ or VOL/CID to browse.
2. Press MUTE /REMOVE to delete the selected entry.
To delete all entries:
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
DELETE ALL
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Call log,
CALLS?
then press MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Del all
calls, then press MENU /SELECT. The screen shows
Delete all calls?
4. Press MENU /SELECT to confirm. The screen shows DELETING... and you
hear a confirmation tone.
Call log display screen messages
Displays
When
PRIVATE NAME
The caller is blocking the name.
PRIVATE NUMBER
The caller is blocking the telephone number.
PRIVATE CALLER
The caller is blocking the name and number.
UNKNOWN NAME
This caller’s name is unavailable.
UNKNOWN NUMBER
This caller’s number is unavailable.
UNKNOWN CALLER
No information is available about this caller.
LONG DISTANCE
It is a long distance call.
-ORL (before the caller’s number)
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Answering system operation
Answering system and voicemail
Your telephone has separate indicators for two different types of voice
messages: those left on its built-in answering system and those left at your
service provider’s voicemail. Your telephone’s built-in answering system
messages and voicemail messages are separate. Each alerts you to new
messages differently.
• If
and New voicemail display on the handset, your telephone
service provider is indicating that it has new voicemail for you. To listen
to your voicemail, you typically dial an access number provided by your
telephone service provider, followed by a security code or PIN.
• To listen to messages recorded on your digital answering system, press
/PLAY/STOP on the telephone base (page 37).
Some service providers bundle or combine multiple services like voicemail
and call waiting, so you may not be aware that you have voicemail. To check
what services you have and how to access them, contact your telephone
service provider.
To use your voicemail service rather than your answering system, turn off
your answering system. To use your answering system rather than your
voicemail service, contact your telephone service provider to deactivate
your voicemail service. You can also use your telephone answering system
and voicemail together by setting your built-in answering system to answer
before voicemail answers as described below. To learn how to program your
voicemail settings, contact your telephone service provider. Then, if you are
on a call, or if the answering system is busy recording a message and you
receive another call, the second caller can leave a voicemail message.
Set your answering system to answer calls at least two rings earlier than your
voicemail is set to answer. For example, if your voicemail answers after six
rings, set your answering system to answer after four rings. Some voicemail
providers may program the delay before answering calls in seconds instead
of rings. In this case, allow six seconds per ring when determining the
appropriate setting.
Message capacity
The answering system can record and store up to 99 messages. Each
message can be up to four minutes in length. The total storage capacity for
the announcement, messages and memos is approximately 14 minutes.
The actual recording time depends on individual message characteristics.
Messages remain available for replay until you delete them.
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New message indication
The message window on the telephone base flashes and
shows on the
handset when there are new answering system messages.
If the new message alert tone is turned on, the telephone base beeps every
10 seconds when there are messages that have not been reviewed.
Call intercept
If you want to talk to the person whose message is being recorded, press /FLASH or
on the handset.
Message playback
If you have new messages, the telephone plays only the new messages
(oldest first). If there are no new messages, the telephone plays back all
messages (oldest first).
When playback begins, you hear the total number of messages followed
by the day and time of the message. After the last message, the telephone
announces, “End of messages.”
To play messages with the telephone base:
1. Press
/PLAY/STOP when the phone is not in use.
Options during playback:
• Press /VOL+ or /VOL- to adjust the speaker volume.
• Press /SKIP to skip to the next message.
• Press /REPEAT to repeat the message currently playing. Press
/REPEAT twice to listen to the previous message.
• Press X/DELETE to delete the current message. The system advances to the next message.
• Press
/PLAY/STOP to stop.
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Message playback (continued)
To play messages with a handset:
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the phone is not in use.
2. Press MENU /SELECT to select >Play messages.
Options during playback:
•
•
•
•
•
Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to adjust the speaker volume.
Press 6 to skip to the next message.
Press 4 to repeat the message currently playing. Press 4 twice to listen to the previous message.
Press 3 to delete the current message. The system advances to the next message.
Press 5 to stop.
During message playback, if there is an incoming call or another handset
makes a call, message playback will be stopped.
Delete all messages
To delete all messages with the telephone base:
1. Press X/DELETE when the phone is not in use.
2. The telephone announces, “To delete all old messages, press DELETE
again.” Press X/DELETE again. All previously heard messages are
erased and the telephone announces, “All old messages deleted.”
To delete all messages with a handset:
1. Press MENU/SELECT to show the menu when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Answering Sys, then press
MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Delete all old, then press
MENU /SELECT. The handset shows Delete all old messages?
4. Press MENU /SELECT to confirm your selection.
• When the answering system has less than three minutes of recording time left,
the remaining time is announced.
• When F and number or messages are flashing alternately in the message
window or the handset displays REC MEM FULL, the memory is full. Delete
some messages to make room for more.
• You can only delete old messages, which are messages you have played.
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Record and play memos
Memos are your own recorded messages used as reminders for yourself or
others using the same answering system. You can record your own memos
using a system handset. Playback and delete them in the same way as
incoming messages.
To record a memo:
1. Press MENU/SELECT when the handset is not in use.
2. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Answering Sys, then press
MENU /SELECT.
3. Press VOL/ or VOL/CID to select >Record memo, then press
MENU /SELECT.
4. The handset announces, “Record after the tone. Press 5 when you are
done.” After the tone, speak towards the microphone of the handset.
5. Press 5 when finished recording. The handset announces, “Recorded.”
• “Memory is full” is announced if you record a memo when the memory is full.
• Each memo can be up to four minutes in length.
• Memos shorter than two second are not recorded.
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Message window displays
Window display
Description
0
No messages.
1-99
Total number of old messages recorded.
Current message number during old message playback.
0-99 (flashing)
When time and date are not set, it flashes 0, total number
of new messages recorded, or total number of old
messages recorded.
The telephone base may have lost and regained power.
The clock needs to be set.
1-99 & F (alternating)
Memory is full with total number of messages recorded.
1-8
Telephone base speaker volume level while adjusting.
--
The system is answering a call, recording a memo or
announcement.
Telephone is answering a call or being accessed remotely.
The answering system is being programmed.
0-5
Telephone base ringer level while adjusting.
When the memory is full, the answering system answers incoming calls after
10 rings and announces, “Memory is full. Enter the remote access code.”
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Remote access
A two-digit security code is required to access the answering system
remotely from any touch-tone telephone. The preset code is 19; see
Remote access code on page 16 to change it.
1. Dial your telephone number from any touch-tone telephone.
2. When the system plays your announcement, enter the two-digit
security code.
3. Then you can enter one of the following remote commands.
Command
Function
1
Play all messages.
2
Play only new messages.
3
Delete the current message (during playback).
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Delete all old messages.
4
Repeat the current message (during playback).
5
Stop.
*5
Hear a list of remote commands.
6
Skip to the next message (during playback).
*7
Record a new announcement.
8
End the call.
0
Turn the answering system on or off.
4. Hang up or press 8 to end the call.
• If you do not press any keys after you enter the remote access code, all new messages play. If there are no new messages, all old messages play.
• Once the new messages have played, the telephone announces the help menu options. If you do not press any key within 20 seconds, the remote access call automatically disconnects.
• When the answering system is turned off, the telephone answers after 10 rings, and announces, “Please enter your remote access code.”
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Handset display screen messages
Call log empty
The telephone number entered is already
stored in the directory.
There are no call log entries.
Calling handset X
Calling another handset.
Directory empty
There are no directory entries.
DIRECTORY FULL
The directory is full.
Ended
You have just ended a call.
Handset X is calling
Another system handset is calling.
Incoming call
There is an incoming call.
Intercom
The handset is on an intercom call.
Intercom ended
You have just ended an intercom call.
Line in use
A system handset or another telephone
on the same line is in use.
The battery needs to be recharged.
Already saved
LOW BATTERY
Microphone ON
Muted
New voicemail
No BATTERY
No line
MUTE is turned off and the person on the
other end can hear you.
You have turned off the handset
microphone. The other party cannot hear
you but you can hear the other party.
There are new voicemail messages from
your telephone service provider.
No battery is installed. Follow the
directions for battery installation on page 3
to install the battery before charging.
There is no telephone line connected.
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Handset display screen messages
No signal,
call ended
Communication between handset and
telephone base is lost during a call.
** Paging **
One handset is already viewing the call
log or directory and another handset
attempts to review it.
The handset cannot communicate with
the telephone base. Check the telephone
base power connection or move closer.
The system handset is being paged.
Phone
The handset is on a call.
Place in
charger
Saved
The battery is very low. Place the
handset in the telephone base or charger
for recharging.
Answering system has no recording
time left.
The ringer is muted temporarily during an
incoming or intercom call.
Your selection has been saved.
SPEAKER
The handset speakerphone is in use.
Unable to call.
You have attempted to make an intercom
call, but the handset you are calling is in
the directory, in the call log, out of range
or on an outside call.
You are attempting to save a caller ID
entry without a name and number.
There are calls that have not been
reviewed in your call log.
There are new messages in the
answering system.
Not available
at this time
OUT OF RANGE OR
NO PWR AT BASE
rec mem full
Ringer MUTED
Try again
Unable to save
XX Missed calls
XX NEW MESSAGES
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Handset and telephone base indicators
Handset lights
On when the handset speakerphone is in use.
CHARGE
On when the handset is charging in the telephone base
or charger.
Telephone base lights
IN USE
/ANS ON/OFF
On when the telephone line is in use.
On when the answering system is answering a call.
On when you are registering a handset.
Flashes quickly when there is an incoming call.
Flashes when another telephone sharing the same line
is in use.
Flashes when you are deregistering all handsets.
On when the answering system is turned on.
Handset icons
Battery status - flashes when the battery is low and
needs charging.
Battery status - animates when the battery is charging.
Speakerphone is in use.
Handset ringer off.
New voicemail received from your telephone
service provider.
ANS ON
Answering system is turned on.
New answering system messages.
NEW
New call log entries.
MUTE
Microphone is muted.
1/13
Message number currently playing and total number of
messages recorded.
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Battery
It takes up to 16 hours for the battery to be fully charged. When it is fully
charged, you can expect the following performance:
Operation
Operating time
While in handset use (talking*)
Up to seven hours
While in speakerphone mode (talking*)
Up to five hours
While not in use (standby**)
Up to seven days
*Operating times vary depending on your actual use and the age of the battery.
**Handset is not charging or in use.
The battery needs charging when:
•
•
•
•
A new battery is installed in the handset.
The handset beeps.
A battery is properly installed and the screen is blank.
LOW BATTERY or PLACE IN CHARGER shows on the handset screen.
CAUTION:
To reduce the risk of fire or injury, read and follow these instructions:
• Use only the battery(ies) provided or equivalent. To order a replacement, visit our website at www.vtechphones.com or call 1 (800) 595-9511. In Canada, go to
www.vtechcanada.com or dial 1 (800) 267-7377.
• Do not dispose of the battery(ies) in a fire. Check with local waste management
codes for special disposal instructions.
• Do not open or mutilate the battery(ies). Released electrolyte is corrosive and may
cause burns or injury to the eyes or skin. The electrolyte may be toxic if swallowed.
• Exercise care in handling batteries in order not to create a short circuit with
conductive materials.
• Charge the battery(ies) provided with or identified for use with this product only in
accordance with the instructions and limitations specified in this manual.
• Observe proper polarity orientation between the battery and metallic contacts.
• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this product to water or any type of moisture.
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Expand your telephone system
The handsets provided with your telephone system are already registered.
Each handset is assigned a number that displays on the handset. Additional
handsets registered to the telephone system are assigned in sequential
order. For instance, if the telephone system already has HANDSET 1 and
HANDSET 2, the new registered handset is assigned HANDSET 3. This
telephone system accommodates up to five handsets.
Add and register a handset (optional)
You can add new handsets (CS6309, purchased separately) to your
telephone system. Each handset must be registered with the telephone
base before use. When first purchased, each handset shows 1.Press
Find HS on base 4 sec and 2.Then press # on Handset
alternately. You may need to charge the handset before registering to the
telephone base. For more details on battery charging, see page 4.
To register a handset:
1. Place the unregistered handset in the telephone base or charger. If
1.Press Find HS on base 4 sec and 2.Then press # on Handset do not appear alternately on the handset screen after a
few seconds, remove the handset and place it in the telephone base or
charger again.
2. On the telephone base, press and hold /FIND HANDSET for about four seconds (until the red
IN USE light on the telephone base turns on) and then
release the button.
3. Remove the handset from the telephone base
or charger. Press # and the handset displays
Registering...Please wait. It takes about 10
seconds to complete the registration. The handset shows
Handset registered and you hear a beep when the
registration completes.
• If the registration fails, the handset shows 1.Press
Find HS on base 4 sec and 2.Then press # on
Handset alternately. To reset the handset, remove the
handset from the telephone base and place it back in. Try
the registration process again.
• You cannot register a handset if any other system handset
is in use.
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Replace a handset
If you want to replace a handset or reassign the designated handset number
of a registered handset, you must deregister all the handsets and then
individually register each handset.
To make deregistration easier, read all of the instructions on this page before
you begin.
To deregister all handsets:
1. Press and hold /FIND HANDSET on the telephone base for about 10 seconds (until the IN USE light on the telephone base turns on and
starts to flash), then release /FIND HANDSET.
2. Press and release /FIND HANDSET again. You must press
/FIND HANDSET while the IN USE light is still flashing. The IN USE light
flashes for approximately seven seconds.
3. The deregistration process takes about 10 seconds to complete. All
handsets show 1.Press Find HS on base 4 sec and 2.Then press
# on Handset alternately when the deregistration completes.
If deregistration fails, you may need to reset the telephone and try again.
To reset:
1. Pick up the registered handset and then press /FLASH.
2. Press OFF/CLEAR and place the handset back in the telephone base.
-OR1. Unplug the power from the telephone base, then plug it back in.
You cannot deregister a handset if any system handset is in use.
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Troubleshooting
If you have difficulty with your telephone, please try the suggestions below.
For Customer Service, visit our website at www.vtechphones.com, or call
1 (800) 595-9511. In Canada, go to www.vtechcanada.com or dial
1 (800) 267-7377.
My telephone does not work at all.
• Make sure the battery is installed and charged correctly (page 3-4). For optimum
daily performance, return the handset to the telephone base or charger after use.
• Make sure the power adapter is securely plugged into an outlet not controlled by a
wall switch.
• Make sure the telephone line cord is plugged firmly into the telephone base and the
telephone wall jack.
• Unplug the electrical power to the telephone base. Wait for approximately 15
seconds, then plug it back in. Allow up to one minute for the cordless handset and
telephone base to synchronize.
• Charge the battery in the handset for up to 16 hours.
• If the battery is completely depleted, it can take up to 10 minutes to charge the
handset before LOW BATTERY appears on the screen (page 4).
• Completely remove and install the battery again. If that still does not work, it might be
necessary to purchase a new battery.
• Disconnect the telephone base from the telephone wall jack and plug in a working
telephone. If the other telephone does not work, the problem is probably in the
wiring or the local service. Call your telephone service provider.
There is no dial tone.
•
•
•
•
First, try all the above suggestions.
Move the handset closer to the telephone base. It might be out of range.
The telephone line cord might be malfunctioning. Install a new telephone line cord.
Disconnect the telephone base from the telephone wall jack and connect a different
telephone. If there is no dial tone on this telephone either, the problem is in your
wiring or local service. Contact your telephone service provider.
I cannot dial out.
• First, try all the above suggestions.
• Make sure there is a dial tone before dialing. It is normal if the handset takes a
second or two to synchronize with the telephone before producing a dial tone. Wait
an extra second before dialing.
• If the other telephones in your home are having the same problem, the problem is in
the wiring or local service. Contact your telephone service provider.
• Eliminate any background noise. Mute the cordless handset before dialing, or dial
from another room in your home with less background noise.
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LOW BATTERY shows on screen.
• Place the handset in the telephone base or charger for recharging.
• Completely remove and install the battery again and use it until fully depleted, then
recharge the handset in the telephone base or charger for up to 16 hours.
• If the above measures do not correct the problem, replace the battery.
The battery does not charge in the handset or the handset battery does
not accept charge.
• Make sure the handset is placed in the telephone base or charger correctly. The
CHARGE light on the handset should be on.
• Completely remove and install the battery again, then charge for up to 16 hours.
• If the handset is in the telephone base or charger but the CHARGE light on the
handset is not on, refer to The charge light is off in this section.
• If the battery is completely depleted, it can take up to 10 minutes to charge the
handset before LOW BATTERY appears on the screen (page 4).
• Purchase a new battery. Refer to the Battery section (page 45).
The CHARGE light is off.
• Clean the charging contacts on the handset and telephone base each month with a
pencil eraser or a dry non-abrasive fabric.
• Make sure the power adapter and telephone line cord are plugged in correctly and securely.
• Unplug the power adapter. Wait for 15 seconds before plugging it back in. Allow up
to one minute for the handset and telephone base to reset.
The telephone does not ring when there is an incoming call.
• Make sure the handset ringer volume is not set to the lowest level (page 10) and the
telephone base ringer volume is not set to zero (page 10).
• Make sure the telephone line cord and power adapter are plugged in properly
(page 2).
• The handset may be too far from the telephone base. Move it closer to the
telephone base.
• There may be too many extension phones on the telephone line to allow all of them
to ring simultaneously. Unplug some of them.
• If the other telephones in your home are having the same problem, the problem is in
the wiring or local service. Contact your telephone service provider.
• Other electronic products such as HAM Radios and other DECT Phones can cause
interference with your cordless phone. Try installing your phone as far away as
possible from these types of electronic devices.
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Troubleshooting
• Test a working telephone at the telephone wall jack. If another telephone has the
same problem, the problem is in the telephone wall jack. Contact your telephone
service provider.
• The telephone line cord may be malfunctioning. Install a new telephone line cord.
• Completely remove and install the battery again and place the handset in the
telephone base or charger.
• Wait for the handset to synchronize with the telephone base. Allow up to one minute
for this to take place.
My handset beeps and is not performing normally.
• Make sure the power cord is securely plugged into the telephone base. Plug the
telephone base into a different working electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch.
• Move the handset closer to the telephone base. It may be out of range.
• Reset the telephone base by unplugging the electrical power to the base. Wait for 15 seconds and plug it back in again. Allow up to one minute for the cordless handset and the telephone base to synchronize.
• Other electronic products such as HAM Radios and other DECT Phones can cause
interference with your cordless phone. Try installing your phone as far away as
possible from these types of electronic devices.
There is interference during a telephone conversation.
My calls fade out when I am using the cordless handset.
• The handset may be out of range. Move it closer to the telephone base.
• If you subscribe to high-speed Internet service (digital subscriber line - DSL) through
your telephone line, you must install a DSL filter between the telephone line cord
and the telephone wall jack. The filter prevents noise and caller ID problems caused
by DSL interference. Contact your DSL service provider for more information about
DSL filters.
• Appliances or other cordless telephones plugged into the same circuit as the
telephone base can cause interference. Try moving the appliance or telephone base
to another outlet.
• Other electronic products such as HAM Radios and other DECT Phones can cause
interference with your cordless phone. Try installing your phone as far away as
possible from these types of electronic devices.
• If your telephone is plugged in with a modem or a surge protector, plug the telephone
(or modem/surge protector) into a different location. If this doesn’t solve the problem,
relocate your telephone or modem farther apart from each other, or use a different
surge protector.
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Troubleshooting
• The location of your telephone base can impact the performance of your cordless
phone. For better reception, install the telephone base in a centralized location within
your home or office, away from walls or other obstructions. In many environments,
elevating the telephone base improves overall performance.
• Disconnect the telephone base from the telephone wall jack and plug in a corded
telephone. If calls are still not clear, the problem is probably in the wiring or local
service. Contact your telephone service provider (charges may apply).
• If the other telephones in your home are having the same problem, the problem is in
the wiring or local service. Contact your telephone service provider.
I hear other calls when using the telephone.
• Disconnect the telephone base from the telephone wall jack. Plug in a different
telephone. If you still hear other calls, the problem is probably in the wiring or local
service. Call your telephone service provider.
I hear noise on the cordless handset and the keys do not work.
• Make sure the telephone line cord is plugged in securely.
REGISTRATION FAILED appears on the handset.
• Only one handset can be registered at a time. If you have multiple handsets to
register, please follow the instructions on page 46 for the first handset. Once a
handset has been successfully registered, repeat the steps for each handset that
needs to be registered.
• Make sure that the telephone base and handset(s) are in idle mode when registering
a handset.
• Follow the steps on page 55 for the common cure for electronic equipment, then try
again to register a handset.
My caller ID features are not working properly.
• Caller ID is a subscription service. You must subscribe to this service from your
telephone service provider for this feature to work on your telephone.
• The caller may not be calling from an area which supports caller ID.
• Both your and your caller’s telephone service providers must use equipment
compatible with the caller ID service.
• The caller ID information shows after the first or second ring.
• If you subscribe to high-speed Internet service (digital subscriber line - DSL) through
your telephone line, you must install a DSL filter between the telephone line cord
and the telephone wall jack. The filter prevents noise and caller ID problems caused
by DSL interference. Contact your DSL service provider for more information about
DSL filters.
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The telephone does not receive caller ID or the telephone does not
show caller ID during call waiting.
• Make sure you subscribe to caller ID with call waiting features provided by your
telephone service provider.
• The caller may not be calling from an area which supports caller ID.
• Both your and your caller’s telephone service providers must use equipment
compatible with caller ID service.
• If you subscribe to high-speed Internet service (digital subscriber line - DSL) through
your telephone line, you must install a DSL filter between the telephone line cord
and the telephone wall jack. The filter prevents noise and caller ID problems caused
by DSL interference. Contact your DSL service provider for more information about
DSL filters.
Caller ID entries do not match the numbers I need to dial.
• Caller ID service delivers 10 digits (the area code plus the seven-digits number). If
you need to dial something other 10 digits, see page 33 for instructions on changing
the number.
• If you dial seven digits for local calls, you may want to use the home area code
feature (page 13).
OUT OF RANGE OR NO PWR AT BASE shows in the handset screen.
• The handset may be out of range. Move it closer to the telephone base.
• Make sure the power cord is securely plugged into the telephone base. Use a
working electrical outlet not controlled by a wall switch.
• Reset your telephone by unplugging the power adapter from the telephone base.
Disconnect the battery from the cordless handset. Wait for 15 seconds, then plug in
the power adapter and install the battery again. Place the handset in the telephone
base and allow up to one minute for the handset and telephone base to synchronize.
• Other electronic products such as HAM Radios and other DECT Phones can cause
interference with your cordless phone. Try installing your phone as far away as
possible from these types of electronic devices.
NEW VOICEMAIL and
show on the display and I don’t know why.
• Your telephone has voicemail indication that is separate from the built-in answering
system. If NEW VOICEMAIL and
appear on the display, then your telephone
has received a signal from your telephone service provider that you have a
voicemail message waiting for you to retrieve from your telephone service provider.
Contact your telephone service provider for more information on how to access your voicemail.
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Troubleshooting
I cannot retrieve voicemail messages.
• Your telephone has both a built-in answering system and voicemail indication. They
are independent features and each alerts you to new messages differently (page 36).
If you subscribe to voicemail service from your telephone service provider (charges
may apply), contact your telephone service provider for more information on how to
access your voicemail.
The answering system does not answer after the correct number of rings.
• Make sure the answering system is on. When the answering system is on, the
/ANS ON/OFF light on the telephone base should be lit and ANS ON should show
on the handset.
• If toll saver is selected, the number of rings changes to two when there are new
messages waiting (page 15).
• If the memory is full or if the answering system is off, the answering system answers
after 10 rings.
• In some cases, the answering system is affected by the ringing system used by your
telephone service provider.
• If you subscribe to voicemail service, change the number of rings so that your
answering system answers before your voicemail answers (page 36). To determine
how many rings will activate your voicemail, please contact your local telephone
service provider.
• If there is a fax machine connected to the same telephone line, try disconnecting the
fax machine. If that solves the problem, consult your fax machine documentation for
information on compatibility with answering systems.
The outgoing announcement is not clear.
• When recording the announcement, make sure you speak in a normal tone of voice
towards the microphone of the handset.
• Make sure there is no background noise when recording.
The answering system does not record messages.
• Make sure the answering system is on.
• When the answering machine memory is full, it does not record new messages until
some old messages are deleted.
• If you subscribe to voicemail service, change the number of rings so that your
answering system answers before your voicemail answers (page 36). To determine
how many rings will activate your voicemail, please contact your local telephone
service provider.
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Troubleshooting
• If there is a fax machine connected to the same telephone line, try disconnecting the
fax machine. If that solves the problem, consult your fax machine documentation for
information on compatibility with answering systems.
The messages on the answering system are very difficult to hear.
• Press /VOL+ on the telephone base or VOL/ on the handset to increase the
speaker volume.
The messages on the answering system are incomplete.
• If a caller leaves a very long message, part of it may be lost when the answering
system disconnects the call after four minutes.
• If the memory on the answering system becomes full during a message, the
answering system stops recording and disconnects the call.
• If the caller’s voice is very soft, the answering system may stop recording and
disconnect the call.
The answering system does not respond to remote commands.
• Make sure your remote access code is correct (page 16).
• Make sure you are calling from a touch-tone telephone. When dialing a number,
there should be tones. If there are clicks, then it is not a touch-tone telephone and
cannot activate the answering system.
• The answering system may not detect the remote access code when your
announcement is playing. Wait until the announcement is over before entering
the code.
• There may be interference on the telephone line you are using. Press the dial pad
keys firmly when dialing.
I subscribe to a nontraditional telephone service that uses my
computer to establish connections, and my telephone doesn’t work.
• Make sure your computer is powered on.
• Make sure your Internet connection is working properly.
• Make sure that the software is installed and running for your nontraditional
telephone service.
• Make sure to plug your USB telephone adapter into a dedicated USB port on
your computer. Do not plug into a multiple port USB hub (USB splitter) that is not
powered.
• In a few rare instances, the USB port on your computer may not have enough
power. In these instances, try using a USB hub with its own external power supply.
• If you are using a firewall, it may prevent access to your nontraditional telephone
service. Contact your service provider for more information.
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Troubleshooting
Common cures for electronic equipment.
• If the telephone is not responding normally, put the cordless handset in the
telephone base. If it does not respond, try the following (in the order listed):
• Disconnect the power to the telephone base.
• Disconnect the battery on the cordless handset.
• Wait a few minutes before connecting power to the telephone base.
• Completely remove and install the battery again and place the cordless handset in
the telephone base
or charger.
• Wait for the cordless handset to synchronize with the telephone base. Allow up to
one minute for this to take place.
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Important safety instructions
When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to
reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury, including the following:
1. Read and understand all instructions.
2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
3. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners.
Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
4. Do not use this product near water.
5. Do not place this product on an unstable table, shelf, stand or other unstable surfaces.
6. Slots and openings in the back or bottom of the telephone base and handset are provided for
ventilation. To protect them from overheating, these openings must not be blocked by placing
the product on a soft surface such as a bed, sofa or rug. This product should never be placed
near or over a radiator or heat register. This product should not be placed in any area where
proper ventilation is not provided.
7. This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking
label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply in your home or office, consult your dealer
or local power company.
8. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not install this product where the cord may
be walked on.
9. Never push objects of any kind into this product through the slots in the telephone base or
handset because they may touch dangerous voltage points or create a short circuit. Never spill
liquid of any kind on the product.
10. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this product, but take it to an
authorized service facility. Opening or removing parts of the telephone base or handset other
than specified access doors may expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect
reassembling can cause electric shock when the product is subsequently used.
11. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords.
12. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to an authorized service facility
under the following conditions:
A. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
B. If liquid has been spilled onto the product.
C. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
D. If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust
only those controls that are covered by the operation instructions. Improper adjustment of
other controls may result in damage and often requires extensive work by an authorized
technician to restore the product to normal operation.
E. If the product has been dropped and the telephone base and/or handset has been
damaged.
F. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
13. Avoid using a telephone (other than cordless) during an electrical storm. There is a remote risk
of electric shock from lightning.
14. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
15. Only put the handset of your telephone next to your ear when it is in normal talk mode.
16. The power adapters are intended to be correctly oriented in a vertical or floor mount position.
The prongs are not designed to hold the plug in place if it is plugged into a ceiling, under-the-table or cabinet outlet.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Precautions for users of implanted cardiac pacemakers
Cardiac pacemakers (applies only to digital cordless telephones):
Wireless Technology Research, LLC (WTR), an independent research entity, led a
multidisciplinary evaluation of the interference between portable wireless telephones and
implanted cardiac pacemakers. Supported by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, WTR
recommends to physicians that:
Pacemaker patients
•
Should keep wireless telephones at least six inches from the pacemaker.
•
Should NOT place wireless telephones directly over the pacemaker, such as in a breast
pocket, when it is turned ON.
•
Should use the wireless telephone at the ear opposite the pacemaker.
WTR’s evaluation did not identify any risk to bystanders with pacemakers from other persons
using wireless telephones.
Operating range
This cordless telephone operates with the maximum power allowed by the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC). Even so, this handset and telephone base can communicate over only a certain
distance - which can vary with the locations of the telephone base and handset, the weather, and the
layout of your home or office.
When the handset is out of range, the handset displays oUT OF RANGE OR NO PWR AT BASE.
If there is a call while the handset is out of range, it might not ring, or if it does ring, the call might not
connect well when you press
/FLASH. Move closer to the telephone base, then press
/FLASH to
answer the call.
If the handset moves out of range during a telephone conversation, there might be interference.
To improve reception, move closer to the telephone base.
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Maintenance
Taking care of your telephone
Your cordless telephone contains sophisticated electronic parts, so it must be treated with care.
Avoid rough treatment
Place the handset down gently. Save the original packing materials to protect your telephone if
you ever need to ship it.
Avoid water
Your telephone can be damaged if it gets wet. Do not use the handset outdoors in the rain, or
handle it with wet hands. Do not install the telephone base near a sink, bathtub or shower.
Electrical storms
Electrical storms can sometimes cause power surges harmful to electronic equipment. For your
own safety, take caution when using electrical appliances during storms.
Cleaning your telephone
Your telephone has a durable plastic casing that should retain its luster for many years. Clean
it only with a soft cloth slightly dampened with water or a mild soap. Do not use excess water or
cleaning solvents of any kind.
Remember that electrical appliances can cause serious injury if used when you are wet or standing
in the water. If the telephone base should fall into the water, DO NOT RETRIEVE IT UNTIL YOU
UNPLUG THE POWER CORD AND TELEPHONE LINE CORD FROM THE WALL. Then remove
the telephone by the unplugged cords.
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About cordless telephones
• Privacy: The same features that make a cordless telephone convenient create some
limitations. Telephone calls are transmitted between the telephone base and the cordless
handset by radio waves, so there is a possibility that the cordless telephone conversations
could be intercepted by radio receiving equipment within range of the cordless handset. For this
reason, you should not think of cordless telephone conversations as being as private as those
on corded telephones.
• Electrical power: The telephone base of this cordless telephone must be connected to a
working electrical outlet. The electrical outlet should not be controlled by a wall switch. Calls
cannot be made from the cordless handset if the telephone base is unplugged, switched off or if
the electrical power is interrupted.
• Potential TV interference: Some cordless telephones operate at frequencies that may cause
interference to televisions and VCRs. To minimize or prevent such interference, do not place
the telephone base of the cordless telephone near or on top of a TV or VCR. If interference is
experienced, moving the cordless telephone farther away from the TV or VCR often reduces or
eliminates the interference.
• Rechargeable batteries: Exercise care in handling batteries in order not to create a short
circuit with conducting material such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The battery or conductor
may overheat and cause harm. Observe proper polarity between the battery and the battery
charger.
• Nickel-metal hydride rechargeable batteries: Dispose of these batteries in a safe manner.
Do not burn or puncture the battery. Like other batteries of this type, if burned or punctured,
they could release caustic material which could cause injury.
The RBRC ® seal
The RBRC ® seal on the nickel-metal hydride battery indicates that VTech Communications, Inc. is
voluntarily participating in an industry program to collect and recycle these batteries at the end of
their useful lives, when taken out of service within the United States and Canada.
The RBRC ® program provides a convenient alternative to placing used nickel-metal hydride
batteries into the trash or municipal waste, which may be illegal in your area.
VTech’s participation in RBRC ® makes it easy for you to drop off the spent battery at local retailers
participating in the RBRC ® program or at authorized VTech product service centers. Please call
1 (800) 8 BATTERYTM for information on Ni-MH battery recycling and disposal bans/restrictions
in your area. VTech’s involvement in this program is part of its commitment to protecting our
environment and conserving natural resources.
RBRC ® is a registered trademark of Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation.
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Warranty
What does this limited warranty cover?
The manufacturer of this VTech Product warrants to the holder of a valid proof of purchase
(“Consumer” or “you”) that the Product and all accessories provided in the sales package
(“Product”) are free from defects in material and workmanship, pursuant to the following terms
and conditions, when installed and used normally and in accordance with the Product operating
instructions. This limited warranty extends only to the Consumer for Products purchased and used
in the United States of America and Canada.
What will VTech do if the Product is not free from defects in materials and workmanship
during the limited warranty period (“Materially Defective Product”)?
During the limited warranty period, VTech’s authorized service representative will repair or replace
at VTech’s option, without charge, a Materially Defective Product. If we repair the Product, we may
use new or refurbished replacement parts. If we choose to replace the Product, we may replace
it with a new or refurbished Product of the same or similar design. We will retain defective parts,
modules, or equipment. Repair or replacement of the Product, at VTech’s option, is your exclusive
remedy. VTech will return the repaired or replacement Products to you in working condition. You
should expect the repair or replacement to take approximately 30 days.
How long is the limited warranty period?
The limited warranty period for the Product extends for ONE (1) YEAR from the date of purchase.
If VTech repairs or replaces a Materially Defective Product under the terms of this limited warranty,
this limited warranty also applies to the repaired or replacement Product for a period of either
(a) 90 days from the date the repaired or replacement Product is shipped to you or (b) the time
remaining on the original one-year warranty; whichever is longer.
What is not covered by this limited warranty?
This limited warranty does not cover:
1. Product that has been subjected to misuse, accident, shipping or other physical damage,
improper installation, abnormal operation or handling, neglect, inundation, fire, water or other
liquid intrusion; or
2.Product that has been damaged due to repair, alteration or modification by anyone other than
an authorized service representative of VTech; or
3.Product to the extent that the problem experienced is caused by signal conditions, network
reliability, or cable or antenna systems; or
4.Product to the extent that the problem is caused by use with non-VTech accessories; or
5.Product whose warranty/quality stickers, product serial number plates or electronic serial
numbers have been removed, altered or rendered illegible; or
6.Product purchased, used, serviced, or shipped for repair from outside the United States of
America or Canada, or used for commercial or institutional purposes (including but not limited
to Products used for rental purposes); or
7. Product returned without a valid proof of purchase (see item 2 below); or
8.Charges for installation or set up, adjustment of customer controls, and installation or repair of
systems outside the unit.
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Warranty (continued)
How do you get warranty service?
To obtain warranty service in the United States of America, visit www.vtechphones.com or call
1 (800) 595-9511. In Canada, go to www.vtechcanada.com or dial 1 (800) 267-7377. NOTE: Before calling for service, please review the user’s manual - a check of the Product’s
controls and features may save you a service call.
Except as provided by applicable law, you assume the risk of loss or damage during transit and
transportation and are responsible for delivery or handling charges incurred in the transport of
the Product(s) to the service location. VTech will return repaired or replaced Product under this
limited warranty. Transportation, delivery or handling charges are prepaid. VTech assumes no
risk for damage or loss of the Product in transit. If the Product failure is not covered by this limited
warranty, or proof of purchase does not meet the terms of this limited warranty, VTech will notify
you and will request that you authorize the cost of repair prior to any further repair activity. You
must pay for the cost of repair and return shipping costs for the repair of Products that are not
covered by this limited warranty.
What must you return with the Product to get warranty service?
1. Return the entire original package and contents including the Product to the VTech service
location along with a description of the malfunction or difficulty; and
2. Include a “valid proof of purchase” (sales receipt) identifying the Product purchased (Product
model) and the date of purchase or receipt; and
3. Provide your name, complete and correct mailing address, and telephone number.
Other limitations
This warranty is the complete and exclusive agreement between you and VTech. It supersedes all
other written or oral communications related to this Product. VTech provides no other warranties
for this Product. The warranty exclusively describes all of VTech’s responsibilities regarding the
Product. There are no other express warranties. No one is authorized to make modifications to this
limited warranty and you should not rely on any such modification.
State/Provincial Law Rights: This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have
other rights, which vary from state to state or province to province.
Limitations: Implied warranties, including those of fitness for a particular purpose and
merchantability (an unwritten warranty that the Product is fit for ordinary use) are limited to one
year from the date of purchase. Some states/provinces do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. In no event shall VTech be
liable for any indirect, special, incidental, consequential, or similar damages (including, but not
limited to lost profits or revenue, inability to use the Product or other associated equipment, the
cost of substitute equipment, and claims by third parties) resulting from the use of this Product.
Some states/provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
Please retain your original sales receipt as proof of purchase.
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FCC, ACTA and IC regulations
FCC Part 15
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the requirements for a Class B digital
device under Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules. These requirements
are intended to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Privacy of
communications may not be ensured when using this telephone.
To ensure safety of users, the FCC has established criteria for the amount of radio frequency energy
that can be safely absorbed by a user or bystander according to the intended usage of the product.
This product has been tested and found to comply with the FCC criteria. The handset may be safely
held against the ear of the user. The telephone base shall be installed and used such that parts of
the user’s body other than the hands are maintained at a distance of approximately 20 cm (8 inches)
or more.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
FCC Part 68 and ACTA
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and with technical requirements adopted by
the Administrative Council for Terminal Attachments (ACTA). The label on the back or bottom of this
equipment contains, among other things, a product identifier in the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX.
This identifier must be provided to your telephone service provider upon request.
The plug and jack used to connect this equipment to premises wiring and the telephone network
must comply with applicable Part 68 rules and technical requirements adopted by 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. An RJ11 jack should normally be used for connecting
to a single line and an RJ14 jack for two lines. See Installation Instructions in the user’s manual.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) is used to determine how many devices you may connect
to your telephone line and still have them ring when you are called. The REN for this product is
encoded as the 6th and 7th characters following the US: in the product identifier (e.g., if ## is 03,
the REN is 0.3). In most, but not all areas, the sum of all RENs should be five (5.0) or less. For more
information, please contact your telephone service provider.
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FCC, ACTA and IC regulations (continued)
This equipment may not be used with Party Lines. If you have specially wired alarm dialing
equipment connected to your telephone line, ensure the connection of this equipment does not
disable your alarm equipment. If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment,
consult your telephone service provider or a qualified installer.
If this equipment is malfunctioning, it must be unplugged from the modular jack until the problem
has been corrected. Repairs to this telephone equipment can only be made by the manufacturer
or its authorized agents. For repair procedures, follow the instructions outlined under the Limited
Warranty.
If this equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, your telephone service provider may
temporarily discontinue your telephone service. Your telephone service provider is required to
notify you before interrupting service. If advance notice is not practical, you will be notified as soon
as possible. You will be given the opportunity to correct the problem and your telephone service
provider is required to inform you of your right to file a complaint with the FCC. Your telephone
service provider may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operation, or procedures that could
affect the proper functioning of this product. Your telephone service provider is required to notify you
if such changes are planned.
If this product is equipped with a corded or cordless handset, it is hearing aid compatible.
If this product has memory dialing locations, you may choose to store emergency telephone
numbers (e.g., police, fire, medical) in these locations. If you do store or test emergency numbers,
please:
Remain on the line and briefly explain the reason for the call before hanging up.
Perform such activities in off-peak hours, such as early morning or late evening.
Industry Canada
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
The term ‘’IC:‘’ before the certification/registration number only signifies that the Industry Canada
technical specifications were met.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this terminal equipment is 0.1. The REN is an
indication of the maximum number of devices allowed to be connected to a telephone interface.
The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the
requirement that the sum of the RENs of all the devices does not exceed five.
This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications.
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Technical specifications
Transmit
frequency
Handset: 1921.536-1928.448 MHz
Telephone base: 1921.536-1928.448 MHz
Channels
5
Nominal
effective range
Maximum power allowed by FCC and IC. Actual operating range
might vary according to environmental conditions at the time
of use.
Size
Handset: 6.37 X 1.85 X 1.14 in (161.85 X 47.00 X 28.9 mm)
Telephone base: 6.05 X 4.31 X 2.28 in (153.7 X 109.45 X 57.8 mm)
Charger: 2.96 X 3.33 X 1.80 in (75.3 X 84.6 X 45.8 mm)
Weight
Handset: 4.47oz (126.7g) (including battery)
Telephone base: 6.64oz (188.3g)
Charger: 1.81oz (51.3g)
Power
requirements
Handset: 2.4V 400mAh Ni-MH battery
Telephone base: 6V DC @ 400mA
Charger: 6V AC @ 300mA
Memory
Handset directory: 100 memory locations
(including 10 speed dial entries);
up to 30 digits and 15 characters
Handset call log: 50 memory locations;
up to 24 digits and 15 characters
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Index
A
E
About cordless telephones 59
Add a handset 46
Alphabetical search 27
Announcement 16
Answer a call 18
Answer an incoming call during
an intercom call 22
Answering system and voicemail 36
Answering system setup 14
Answer ON/OFF 14
Edit a directory entry 28
End a call 18
Expand your telephone system 46
F
FCC, ACTA and IC regulations 62
Find handset 19
H
B
Battery 4, 45
Handset display screen messages 42, 43
Handset icons 44
Handset lights 44
Home area code 13
C
I
Caller ID 30
Call intercept 37
Call log 31
Call log display screen messages 35
Call screening 15
Call waiting 20
Chain dialing 20
Character chart 26
Charging 4
Clear voicemail 11
Important safety instructions 56
Installation 2, 3, 5
Intercom 22
K
Key tone 12
L
Layout 7, 8, 9
LCD language 11
D
M
Date and time 12
Delete announcement 17
Delete answering system messages 38
Delete from redial list 21
Delete from the call log 35
Delete from the directory 28
Dial a call log entry 33
Dial a directory entry 27
Dial a redial entry 21
Dial a speed dial number 29
Dialing pause 18, 25
Dial mode 13
Directory 24
DSL filter 2
Maintenance 58
Make a call 18
Make a call using speed dial 18
Memory match 31
Message alert tone 16
Message capacity 36
Message playback 37, 38
Message window displays 40
Missed calls indicator 32
Multiple handset use 21
Mute 19
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N
T
New message indication 37
Number of rings 15
Technical specifications 64
Telephone base installation 2
Telephone base layout 7
Telephone base lights 44
Temporary tone dialing 19
The RBRC seal 59
Troubleshooting 48
O
Operating range 57
P
Parts checklist 1
Phonebook 24
Play announcement 17
Precautions for users of
implanted cardiac pacemakers 57
Predial a call 18
V
View dialing options 33
Voicemail 11, 36
Volume 10, 18
W
R
Wall mounting 5
Wall mount installation 5
Warranty 60, 61
Record and play memos 39
Record announcement 17
Redial list 21
Register a handset 46
Remote access 41
Remote access code 16
Replace a handset 47
Review the call log 32
Ringer tone 10
Ringer volume (handset) 10
Ringer volume (telephone base) 10
S
Save a call log entry to the directory 34
Search the directory 27
Share an outside call 23
Silence the ringer 19
Speakerphone 18
Speed dial 29
Store a directory entry 25
Store a speed dial entry 29
Store from redial 25
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