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Contents
Important Safety Instructions.................................4
Making Calls from a Handset.................................42
Getting Started..........................................................6
Cordless Handset and Charger Base.....................45
Set Up..........................................................................7
Cordless Phone Handset Display Icons................46
Corded Phone Base...................................................8
Menu Options – Cordless Phone...........................47
Corded Phone Base Display Icons...........................9
Changing Menu Settings – Cordless Phone.........49
Phone Menu and Display Guide.............................10
Phone Book – Cordless Phone................................52
Calling Functions..................................................... 11
Incoming Calls – Cordless Phone...........................56
Menu Options – Corded Phone.............................. 17
Wrist Shaker.............................................................58
Changing Menu Settings – Corded Phone...........19
Using the Wrist Shaker...........................................64
Phone Book – Corded Phone..................................22
Help and Support.....................................................68
Incoming Calls – Corded Phone.............................26
Troubleshooting Guide...........................................68
Using the Answering Machine...............................28
Technical Details......................................................71
Use on a Private Branch Exchange........................36
Default Settings ......................................................72
Adding a Handset....................................................40
Maintenance And Warranty...................................74
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Instructions available in other languages at www.amplicomusa.com.
FCC Compliance
FCC Compliance
The FCC requires that you will be advised of certain requirements involving the use of this telephone.
1. This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. A label on the base unit of this equipment contains, among other information, the ACTA Registration Number
(US:AAAEQ##TXXXX) and the Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment. You must, upon request, provide this information to your telephone company.
2. An applicable certification jacks Universal Service Order Codes (USOC) for the equipment is provided (i.e., RJ11C) in the packaging with each piece of approved
terminal equipment.
3. A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and telephone network must comply with the applicable FCC Part 68 rules and requirements
adopted by the ACTA. A compliant telephone cord and modular plug is provided with this product. It is designed to be connected to a compatible modular jack that is
also compliant. See installation instructions for details.
4. The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices you may connect to your telephone line and still have all of those devices ring when your number is called.
In most, but not all areas, the sum of the REN of all devices should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of devices you may connect to your line, as
determined by the REN, you should call your local telephone company to determine the maximum REN for your calling area.
NOTICE: If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone line, ensure the installation of this equipment does not disable your alarm
equipment. If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment, consult your telephone company or a qualified installer.
5. If your telephone causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may discontinue your service temporarily. If possible, they will notify you in
advance. But if advance notice is not practical, you will be notified as soon as possible. You will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC.
6. Your telephone company may make changes to its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures that could affect the proper operation of your equipment. If they
do, you will be given advance notice so as to give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted service.
7. If you experience trouble with the telephone, please contact the Amplicom Service Center at 1-866-AMPLICOM (267-5426) for repair/warranty information. The
telephone company may ask you to disconnect this equipment from the network until the problem have been corrected or you are sure that the equipment is not
malfunctioning.
8. This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company. Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs. (Contact your state public
utility commission or corporation commission for information.)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using
this phone. Changes or modifications not expressly approved in writing by Amplicom may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
Some cordless phones operate at frequencies that may cause interference to nearby TVs and VCRs; to minimize or prevent such interference, the base of the cordless
phone should not be placed near or on top of a TV or VCR; and, if interference is experienced, moving the cordless telephone farther away from the TV or VCR will
often reduce or eliminate the interference.
9.This product is equipped with a cordless handset, it is hearing aid compatible.
10. Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public utility commission, public service commission or corporation
commission for information.
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. for Handset unit it has been tested and meets
the FCC RF exposure Guidelines,
For base unit it should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20 centimeters between the radiator and your body.
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Safety
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 to persons,
including the following:
1..Do not use this product near water, for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl,
kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a wet basement or near a swimming pool.
2..Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
3. Use only the power cord and batteries indicated in this manual. Do not
dispose of batteries in a fire. They may explode. Check with local codes for
possible special disposal instructions. Save these instructions for future use.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Avoid using a Telephone(other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm.
There may be a remote risk of electrical shock from lightning.
Intended use
This phone is suitable for use on a public telephone network. Any other use is
considered unintended use. Unauthorized modification or reconstruction is not
permitted. Do not open the device and attempt any repair work yourself.
Phone location
Locate the base, corded phone, and wrist-shaker base:
• On a dry, flat and stable surface
• Where the power cable will not be a trip hazard
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Safety
• Where it is not obstructed by furniture
• At least three feet from other electrical appliances
• Away from smoke, dust, vibration, chemicals, moisture, heat or direct
sunlight.
Power failure – What to do
Power failure can affect your phone and equipment. Only the corded phone will
work if there is a power failure.
Medical equipment
Do not use the phone near emergency or intensive care medical equipment, or
during an electrical storm. If you have a pacemaker check with a medical expert
before using this product.
Hearing aid compatibility
This phone works with most popular hearing aids. However, given the wide
range of hearing aids available, the phone may not function fully with every
hearing aid.
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.
Caution: The phone will produce high volume when Boost is switched on.
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Getting started
Getting Started — Included Equipment
PowerTel 760 Assure - Amplified Corded Phone with Answering Machine and DECT
• 1 corded base and Handset (PT760 has an integrated Answering Machine)
• 1 power adapter
• 1 telephone cable
PowerTel 765 Assure Responder - Amplified Corded Phone with Answering Machine, DECT,
and Wrist Shaker
As PowerTel 760 and includes:
• 1 Wrist Shaker with Strap
• 1 Charger unit for Wrist Shaker (with Power Adapter Plug attached)
PowerTel 780 Assure - Amplified Corded Phone with Answering Machine, DECT, and Cordless
Accessory Handset
• 1 corded base and Handset
• 1 cordless Handset
• 1 Rechargable Battery Pack & 3 AAA 3.6V NiMH
• 1 charger base for cordless Handset( with Power Adapter Plug Attached)
• 1 power adapter
• 1 telephone cable
PowerTel 785 Assure Responder - Amplified Corded Phone with Answering Machine, DECT,
Cordless Accessory Handset and Wrist Shaker
As PowerTel 780 Assure+ and includes: • 1 Wrist Shaker with Strap
• 1 Charger unit for Wrist Shaker (with Power Adapter Plug attached)
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Getting started
Set Up
Note: The Amplicom customer service toll free number has been pre-installed in
the phone book of every telephone and cannot be edited or removed.
1. Connect the corded phone base
i. Plug the power adapter into the base of the corded phone base and the other end into a
wall socket. The unit should power on and the display will light up.
ii. Plug the telephone cable into the base of the corded phone base and the other end into the
phone wall jack.
iii. Plug one end of the handset cable into the handset and the other end into the side of the
base.
AC POWER
TEL LINE
2. Connect the cordless phone charger base (Optional if included)
Plug the other power adapter that is already attached to charger base into the wall
socket and switch the power on.
3. Install the battery pack
Insert the rechargeable battery pack into the handset as shown.
Dispose of battery pack properly. Do not allow battery pack to come into contact with fire or
water.
4. Charge the handset
Place the handset on its base to charge for a minimum of 16 hours before use.
5. Connect telephone cable
After initial charge, plug the telephone cable into the telephone wall socket.
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Corded Phone Base
1
1 Menu/OK
19 18 17 16 15 14
2 Play/Pause
3 Stop/Esc/
Ans on off
2
4 Mute/
3
MENU
PLAY/PAUSE
4
Delete
REDIAL/P
OGM MEMO
STOP
5
13
CID/FLASH
6 Boost
DEL
MUTE
TONE
PAGE
6
7
8
5 Equalizer
12
11
VOL
SPEAKER
PowerTel 7 Series
9
10
(under
handset)
7 Volume up
8 Volume
down
9 Keypad
10 Handsfree
11 Headset
13 Quick dial
memories/
User profiles
14 Phonebook
15 Fast forward/
Memo
16 Up/Redial/
Pause
17 Incoming
call light/
New
messages
received
18 Down/Calls
list/Recall
19 Rewind/
OGM
12 Find handset/
Intercom/
Registration
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Getting started
Corded Phone Base Display Icons
The following icons can appear in the handset display:
Phone book mode
Ringer off
Handsfree mode
Call in progress
Boost receiver volume is on (Icon will flash)
Handset microphone is muted
You have new calls
Internal call in progress
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Phone Menu and Display Guide
Getting started
Phone Menu and Display Guide
The phone menu display allows access to each phone’s functionality. These
REDIAL/P
features work from both the corded phone and the cordless handset.
Open main menu: Press
MENU
.
OGM
REDIAL/P
OGM MEMO
Browse sub menu: Open the main menu and
then press REDIAL/P or
Select sub menu item: Scroll using REDIAL/P or
is highlighted and press MENU.
CID/FLASH
highlighted and press MENU.
OGM
CID/FLASH
.
REDIAL/P
OGM MEMO
CID/FLASH
OGM MEMO
CID/FLASH
Browse a function: Open the sub menu
and press REDIAL/P or
Select a function: Scroll using REDIAL/P or
CID/FLASH
OGM MEMO
until
the menu item desired
REDIAL/P
MEMO
OGM
MEMO
CID/FLASH
.
OGM MEMO
until
the required function is
CID/FLASH
MEMO
Enter digits or letters: Use theCID/FLASH
keypad.
Confirm or save an entry or action: Press MENU.
Cancel and return to standby: Press
STOP
(corded phone) or
(cordless handset).
Note: After 20 seconds, the phone will go into standby mode unless a
button is pressed.
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Calling Functions
Calling Functions
Make a call using the corded phone
1. Enter the phone number.
2.Press
DEL
to delete a mistaken entry.
MUTE
3. Dial the number by picking up the handset or by pressing
SPEAKER
.
Make a call using the cordless phone
1. Enter the phone number.
2. Press A or DEL to delete a mistaken entry.
3. Dial the number by pressing
.
End a call
Return the corded phone to its base, or press
on the cordless handset.
Answer a call
1. Lift the handset off the base or press
2. For the cordless handset, press
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SPEAKER
on the corded handset.
and then speak into the phone.
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Calling Functions
Redial a number using the corded phone base
REDIAL/P
The phone stores the last 5 numbers dialed.
OGM
1. Open the redial list by pressing REDIAL/P .
MEMO
CID/FLASH
2. Scroll through the redial list using
OGM REDIAL/P
MEMO or
to redial is highlighted.
until the desired number
OGM MEMO
CID/FLASH
3. To dial the number lift the handset CID/FLASH
or press
SPEAKER
to dial in handsfree mode.
Note: Each phone number will be announced from the redial list provided
the Read Number feature is enabled.
Redial a number using the cordless handset
The phone stores the last 10 numbers dialed.
1. Open the redial list by pressing
REDIAL
INT
2. Scroll through the redial list using
highlighted and then press
.
INT
REDIAL
FLASH
or
REDIAL
FLASH
TONE
CID
until the desired number is
TONE
to
dial the
number.
INT
FLASH
CID
TONE
CID
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Calling Functions
REDIAL/P
Call back a previous caller
OGM
MEMO REDIAL/P
The phone stores the last 30 incoming phone numbers.
1. Open the incoming calls list by pressing
CID/FLASH OGM
2. Scroll to find the desired number using REDIAL/P or
corded handset or press
CID/FLASH
, and pick up the
on the cordless
handset.
OGM MEMO
Dial a number in the phone book
CID/FLASH
1. Open the phone book by pressing
.
REDIAL/P
OGM
2. Scroll to find the desired number using REDIAL/P or
handset or press
MEMO
.
MEMO
CID/FLASH
, pick up the corded
on the cordless handset.
OGM MEMO
Dial a number using the speed dial
buttons
CID/FLASH
1. Choose a speed dial number by pressing
phone or
,
, or
,
or
on the corded
on the cordless handset.
2. Pick up the corded handset or press
number.
on the cordless handset to dial the
Adjust the handset earpiece volume
Note: The handset earpiece volume is louder than a standard phone.
To adjust the volume during a call, push the button on the side of the handset
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VOL
.
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Calling Functions
Boost the handset earpiece volume
To boost the handset earpiece volume during a call, press
and boost
button will light red (cordless phone) or
(corded phone). An image of
an ear will flash in the display the red boost indicator will light on the left side of
the handset will be lit to show that boost is on.
BOOST
BOOST
P
Handsfree feature
Use the handsfree feature to talk to the caller without holding the handset or to
let other people in the room listen to the conversation.
Corded Phone: Switch on handsfree mode by pressing
handsfree volume, press
VOL
SPEAKER
. To adjust
(there are 5 levels).
Cordless Phone:
1. Switch on handsfree mode during a call by pressing the
key a second
time.
2. Exit handsfree mode by pressing
.
3. To adjust the handsfree volume, use the
Note: Boost volume using
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BOOST
VOL
on right side of handset.
is not available during handsfree calling.
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Calling Functions
Use a headset (not included) with the corded phone
Plug a headset into the
socket on the back of the base and press
.
Use a headset (not included) with the cordless phone
Plug your headset into the headset socket marked
handset.
on the right side of the
Mute the phone
Muting the phone during a call will silence the mouthpiece on the phone so it
does not transmit any noise to parties on the other end of the line.
Corded Phone:
To switch off the mouthpiece, press
To switch it on again, press
DEL
MUTE
DEL
MUTE
. Mute will be displayed.
. The display will show Unmute.
Cordless Phone:
To switch off the mouthpiece, press A or MUTE. Mute On will be displayed.
To switch it on again, press A or MUTE . The display will show Off.
Switch the cordless handset ringer on and off
To switch the ringer on and off, press and hold
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for five seconds.
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Calling Functions
Lock and unlock the cordless handset keypad
Calls can still be answered as usual when the keypad is locked.
1. To lock the keypad, press and hold
for 2 seconds. The
icon will
be displayed.
2. To unlock, press and release A or
MENU
then immediately, press and hold
until unlock confirmed.
Find a handset
A missing handset can be located from the base.
1.Press
PAGE
on the base. The handset(s) will beep.
2. Press any button on the handset to stop the handset(s) beeping.
Answer call waiting on corded and cordless handsets
1. When incoming call beep is heard, another call is incoming.
2. To answer call waiting Press FLASH.
3. To go back simply repeat step 1 and 2.
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Menu Options - Corded Phone
Menu Options – Corded Phone
User Profiles
The phone can store 3 different user profiles with different settings for the
Volume, Boost and Equalizer features. Each Profile can be given a personalized
REDIAL/P
name.
Change a profile name
OGM
REDIAL/P
1. Open the menu by pressing MENU, then scroll using
highlight Profile.
REDIAL/P
OGM
MEMO
Then press MENU.
2. Scroll using REDIAL/P or
DEL
MUTE
OGM
or
CID/FLASH
to
MEMO
OGM
MEMO
CID/FLASH
to highlight Profile 1, 2,CID/FLASH
or 3. Then, press MENU.
3. Scroll using
REDIAL/P
OGM
MEMOor
4.Press
REDIAL/P
MEMO
CID/FLASH
to highlight Name. Then, press MENU .
toOGM
delete
current name.
MEMO
CID/FLASH
REDIAL/P
5. Enter a new CID/FLASH
name (up to ten letters). Then,
press MENU .
OGM
MEMO
Change a profile’s handset volume, boost or equalizer
REDIAL/P
1.Press MENU , then scroll using
MENU
again.
2. Scroll using
REDIAL/P
REDIAL/P
OGM
MEMO
OGM
or
CID/FLASH
MEMO
OGM
MEMO
CID/FLASH
to highlight
REDIAL/P or
CID/FLASH
3. Scroll usingOGM
or
REDIAL/P
MEMO
CID/FLASH
to highlight Profile and press
Profile 1,2, or 3. Then, press MENU .
until the desired setting (Volume, Boost, or
Equalizer) isOGM
highlighted.
Press MENU .
MEMO
CID/FLASH
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REDIAL/P
Menu Options
- Corded Phone
OGM
MEMO
4. The current setting will be displayed.
5.Use
REDIAL/P
OGM
or
CID/FLASH
to change the setting. Press MENU .
MEMO
Note: After changing any profile settings, press
standby.
CID/FLASH
to put the base back to
STOP
Choose a profile for a call
A handset is required in order to choose a profile. A profile cannot be chosen
using handsfree.
Before answering a phone call or before dialing a number to make a call, press
,
or
to select a profile. The display will confirm the choice, and the
selected profile settings will be used.
Note: The system will return to its default settings if a call is not placed
within 30 seconds after a profile has been selected.
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Menu Options - Corded phone
Changing Menu Settings
Handset ringer melody — There are nine ringer melodies.
Handset ringer volume — There are five volume levels plus Off.
Base key tone — Pressing a button makes a key tone sound if On.
Base display contrast — There are five positive and five negative
contrast levels.
Base display language — There are three languages: English, French,
and Spanish.
Remember boost — When this feature is set to ON, pressing
causes
the handset to remember and use the last boost setting for all calls.
Read number — With this feature set to On, each number is announced
when someone: enters a phone number, presses a quick dial button, scrolls
through entries in the phone book redial list, or accesses a call list.
Change to upper or lower case — In phone book, press
to change
the case setting on the display (e.g. abc or ABC).
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Menu Options - Corded Phone
REDIAL/P
OGM
Change settings
1. Open menu by pressing MENU, then scroll using REDIAL/P or
MEMO
CID/FLASH
to highlight
REDIAL/P
the desired menu setting (see above) and press
.
OGMMENU
MEMO
OGM
2. The current setting will be displayed.
3. Change the setting using REDIAL/P or
Change date/time
OGM
MEMO
CID/FLASH
CID/FLASH
and press MENU.
OGM
MEMO
REDIAL/P
MENU
1. Open menu by pressingCID/FLASH
, then scroll using REDIAL/P or
2.
OGM MEMO
TIME and press MENU.
CID/FLASH
Scroll using REDIAL/P or
to
REDIAL/P
OGM
MEMO
CID/FLASH
to highlight
MEMO
highlight Date &CID/FLASH
Time and press MENU.
3. Enter the day,
and year and press MENU.
OGM month
MEMO
4. Enter the hours
(the handset has a 24-hour clock) and press MENU.
CID/FLASH
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Menu Options REDIAL/P
- Corded phone
OGM
MEMO
Change clock hours to 12- or 24-hour format display
REDIAL/P
1. Open menu by pressing MENU, then scroll using REDIAL/P or
OGM
Time. Press MENU again.
2. Scroll using REDIAL/P or
CID/FLASH
to highlight
MEMO
CID/FLASH
OGM
MEMO
REDIAL/P
until you highlightCID/FLASH
Format and press MENU.
OGM
MEMO
3. The displayOGM
will MEMO
show the current time format setting (e.g. 24 hour).
4. Change the CID/FLASH
time format using REDIAL/P or
OGM
Reset to default settings
CID/FLASH
and press MENU.
MEMO
It is easy to reset your handset toCID/FLASH
its default settings.
REDIAL/P
Note: Doing this will delete the phone book, calls and redial lists and any
answering machine messages.
OGM MEMO
1. Open the menu by pressing MENU, then scroll using REDIAL/P or
highlight Reset. Press MENU again.
OGM
to
MEMO
2. The display will show Base Reset? Press MENU to confirm
CID/FLASHor
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CID/FLASH
STOP
to cancel.
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Phone Book - Corded Phone
Phone Book – Corded Phone
Up to 200 names with phone numbers can be alphabetically stored in the phone
book. To quickly find a phone book entry, simply enter the first letter of a stored
name.
Note: The Amplicom customer service toll free number has been pre installed
in the phone book of every telephone and cannot be edited or removed.
Note: Each phone book entry allows for up to 16 letters for any name and up
to 24 digits for any phone number.
Important: Enter the area code for each phone number in the phone book
Keypad use for phone book
The keypad contains alpha-numeric keys. Pressing one key multiple times will
scroll through the available letters and numbers which that key represents.
Other useful keys:
•Press
•Press
•Press
22
for a space
DEL
MUTE
to delete a number or letter
or
for certain special characters
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Phone Book - Corded Phone
Note: To enter the same letter twice, enter the letter and then pause until
the cursor moves to the next space before entering it again.
Enter a name and number in the phone book
and then MENU. You will be given the option to select one of the
1.Press
following:
REDIAL
Edit, add new, copy, or delete a phone book entry
INT
1. Scroll using REDIAL or
INT
FLASH
TONE
CID
REDIAL/P
to find desired option. 1. Add New, 2. Edit, 3. Delete,
FLASH
4. Delete All, 5. Copy Entry, 6. Copy Append, 7. Copy All.
TONE
CID
OGM
2. Open options by pressing MENU, then scroll using REDIAL/P or
MENU.
highlight desired function. Press
REDIAL/P
REDIAL/P
3. Add or edit the name using
letters, and press MENU.
or
OGMOGM
MEMO
MEMO
5. Scroll using REDIAL/P or
to
MEMO
to moveCID/FLASH
the cursor, enter the new
REDIAL/P
REDIAL/P
4. Add or edit the phone number using
the new digits, and press
CID/FLASH
CID/FLASH
CID/FLASH
REDIAL/P
OGM
OGM
MEMO
MEMO
MENU.
CID/FLASH
or
OGMOGM
MEMO
MEMO
to move the cursor, enter
CID/FLASH
CID/FLASH
to choose a ringer melody and press
MENU
.
The displayOGM
will MEMO
show Saved with an extended beep.
CID/FLASH
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Phone Book - Corded Phone
Delete a phone book entry or delete all entries
See EDIT PHONE BOOK and follow the instructions.
Using speed dial memory – corded phone
A phone can store a name (max. 16 characters) and telephone number
(max. 24 digits) under each of its quick dial memory buttons:
,
and
.
Store a speed dial name and number
1. Choose the quick dial button under which to store a name and number by
pressing either
,
or
.
2.Press MENU.
REDIAL/P
3. Enter the name to store and press MENU.
OGM
MEMO
4. Enter the phone number to store and press MENU.
5.Scroll REDIAL/P or
CID/FLASH
to choose a ringer melody for this name and number
MENU. The display shows Saved.
OGM MEMO
and press
CID/FLASH
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Phone Book - Corded Phone
Edit or delete a speed dial entry
1. Choose the speed dial entry to edit by pressing either
,
or
.
2.Press MENU
. Edit is displayed, press MENU again.
REDIAL/P
REDIAL/P
REDIAL/P
or
to move the cursor, enter the new letters, and press MENU.
or
to move the cursor, enter the new digits, and press MENU.
3.Use
OGMOGM
MEMO
MEMO
REDIAL/P
REDIAL/P
4.Use
CID/FLASH
CID/FLASH
OGMOGM
MEMO
MEMO
OGM
CID/FLASH
CID/FLASH
REDIAL/P or
5. Scroll using
MEMO
CID/FLASH
to choose a ringer melody for this name and
MENU. The display will show Saved.
OGM
MEMO
number and
press
CID/FLASH
Delete a speed
dial entry
See EDIT SPEED DIAL above and follow the instructions.
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Incoming Calls
Incoming Calls – Corded Phone
Note: You must subscribe to your phone service provider’s Caller Display/
Caller ID service for this feature to work.
Incoming call telephone numbers will appear in the calls list. If the caller’s
number is stored in the phone book, the name will be displayed instead. A
total of 30 incoming calls can be stored in the calls list (16 letters per name and
24 digits per number). The number of new
calls received will be shown in the
REDIAL/P
display with the flashing
icon. If the number does not appear, the caller’s
REDIAL/P
OGM MEMO
identification (Call Line ID) has been withheld by the caller.
OGM
MEMO
Open and view the calls list by pressing
press REDIAL/P or
CID/FLASH
CID/FLASH
. To scroll through the calls list,
. Other displayed information:
OGM MEMO NUMBER – withheld number, or ID information isn’t available
• WITHHELD
• INTERNATIONAL
– call is from another country or using an internet service
CID/FLASH
• PAYPHONE – caller is calling from a public payphone
Store, delete,
or delete all numbers from a call list in the
REDIAL/P
phoneOGM
book
or speed
dial memory (M1, M2, M3)
REDIAL/P
MEMO
To store incoming call numbers to your phone book or speed dial list:
1.Press
CID/FLASH
OGM
2. Scroll using REDIAL/P or
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OGM
MEMO
to open the calls list at the most recent entry.
MEMO
CID/FLASH
to find the entry to store.
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Caller List OGM
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3. Open options by pressing MENU, then scroll using REDIAL/P or
CID/FLASH
to highlight
MEMOSave to M3, and
Delete, Delete All, Save to PB, Save to M1, SaveOGM
to M2,
press MENU.
CID/FLASH
REDIAL/P
4. Enter a name for this stored number and press MENU.
OGM
MEMO
5. Edit the number for this name, if necessary, and press MENU.
6. Scroll using REDIAL/P or
CID/FLASH
to choose a ringer melody and press MENU.
OGM MEMO
Delete a single
call list entry
CID/FLASH
See the previous
procedure to DELETE and follow the instructions.
Delete all incoming calls from the call list
See the previous procedure to DELETE ALL NUMBERS FROM THE CALL LIST
and follow the instructions.
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Answering Machine
Using the Answering Machine
After setting up the phone system, use the following steps to set up and use the
answering machine.
Switch the answering machine on or off
Press
to turn the answering machine off and on.
The current answer mode will be announced.
STOP
When new messages are received, the message counter on the base and the
base indicator light flash. The message counter also indicates the number of
messages.
Set the language
Choose the answering machine voice prompt language: English, Spanish or
REDIAL/P
French.
1. Press MENU twice.
OGM
2. Scroll using REDIAL/P or
MEMO
CID/FLASH
REDIAL/P
OGM
MEMO using REDIAL/P or
3. Choose theOGM
language
CID/FLASH
MEMO
to highlight Language and press MENU.
OGM
CID/FLASH
and press MENU.
MEMO
CID/FLASH
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Answering Machine
Set the answer mode
Choose the answer mode: Answer & Record or Answer only. With the machine
in Answer only mode, callers will not be able to leave a message.
1.Press
to switch the answering machine on.
2. To change the mode between Answer & Record, Answer Only or
STOP
Answer Off, press and hold
STOP
for two seconds.
Check the
REDIAL/P outgoing message
Press
OGM
toMEMO
hear the current outgoing message.
RecordCID/FLASH
an outgoing message
The outgoing message must be less than two minutes long. To change the
default answering message:
REDIAL/P
1. Press and hold
after the beep.
OGM
MEMO
on
the base for two seconds. Record the new message
CID/FLASH
2. To stop recording, press
REDIAL/P
STOP
. To listen to the recorded message, press
.
OGM
MEMO
CID/FLASH
Note: to return to the default message, press and hold
ing message is playing.
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MUTE
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Set the answer delay
Choose the number of times the phone will ring before the answering machine
answers an incoming call. Or, choose Time Saver, if no one will be available
to answer the phone. Time Saver is useful if someone will be calling in from
a different phone to listen to messages: if the machine answers after 2 rings,
there are new messages to listen to. If it answers after 5 rings, there are no new
messages. This feature gives the option of hanging up after 3 rings (because
there are no new messages) to save time and avoid being charged for the call.
REDIAL/P
1.Press
MENU
twice.
OGM
MEMO
2. Scroll using REDIAL/P or CID/FLASH to highlight Answer Delay. Press MENU.
3. The displayOGM
willMEMO
show the current answer delay setting (e.g. 5 rings).
REDIAL/P
CID/FLASH
MEMO
4. OGM
Choose
the number of desired rings (2–15) or Time Saver using REDIAL/P or
CID/FLASH
, and press MENU.
OGM
MEMO
CID/FLASH
Record a memo
Memo messages can be played back like normal messages.
REDIAL/P
OGM
1. Press and hold
MEMO
for two seconds.
CID/FLASH
2. After the beep, record the memo.
3.Press
30
STOP
to stop recording.
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Listen to messages or memos using the corded phone
Messages and memos are played in reverse order, with newer messages
played first. The time and date of each message or memo is announced before
playback.
Use the following buttons to control message playback:
• To play or pause, press
• To stop, press
REDIAL/P
STOP
• To rewind, press
REDIAL/P
OGM
MEMO
OGM
MEMO
CID/FLASH
• To fast forward, press
CID/FLASH
Delete a single message
or memo
1.Press
to play a message or memo.
2. To delete it, press
DEL
MUTE
during playback.
Delete all messages and memos
REDIAL/P
1. Press
MENU
twice.
OGM
MEMO
2. Scroll using REDIAL/P or CID/FLASH to highlight Del. All Msgs. Press MENU.
3. The displayOGM
willMEMO
show Delete All?
CID/FLASH
4. To confirm, press
DEL
MUTE
. Or to cancel, press
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Memory full
When the memory is full, the answering machine announces that fact,
automatically stops taking more messages, and switches to Answer Only
mode. Some existing messages or memos must be deleted before any new
messages can be recorded.
Access the answering machine from a remote location
Messages on the answering machine can be listened to from other phones,
including mobile phones.
A PIN (Personal Identification Number) code is required to access the answering
machine. The default code is 000. Change the PIN code to keep messages
secure.
REDIAL/P
Change the PIN
OGM
MEMO
1.Press MENU twice, then scroll using REDIAL/P or CID/FLASH to highlight Remote PIN,
and press MENU.
2. Enter the old PIN, and press MENU.
OGM
MEMO
CID/FLASH
3. Enter the new PIN, and press MENU. Display will confirm “Saved”.
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Answering Machine
Call in to check messages
1. Dial the system’s phone number from a remote phone and wait until the
answering machine picks up the call.
2.Press
twice, then enter the 3 digit PIN after the voice prompt.
3. Refer to the next section, “Manage messages from another phone” for
additional instructions.
Note: If the wrong PIN is entered three times, the answering machine will
hang up, and it will be necessary to call again and enter the correct PIN.
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Manage messages using another phone
Use these numbers to manage messages from a remote location.
Press…
1 to Rewind
2 to Play or Pause your messages
3 to Fast Forward through your messages
4 to Hear the outgoing message
5 to Record outgoing message (6 to stop recording)
6 to Stop messages
7 to Delete current message 8 to Turn OFF answering machine
8 to Turn OFF answering machine
9 to Turn ON answering machine
# to Record a memo (6 to stop recording)
Use the cordless handset
REDIAL
1. Open the answering machine menu by pressing A or MENU.
INT
FLASH
2.When Ans Machine is displayed, press B or OK.
3. Scroll using REDIAL or
TONE
CID
to display desired function
INT On/Off,
FLASH Record Memo, Outgoing Msg, Ans Settings, then press
Play Msgs, Ans
B or OK.
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TONE
CID
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Answering Machine
If Play msg you will be given further choice to Play New Msgs or Play All Msgs.
Ans On/Off turns Answering Machine ON or OFF. Outgoing Msg will give you
the option to either Record Message or Play Message. Ans Settings will give
you the option to setup your Answering Machine. AnswerMode - Answer Only
or Answer and record, Answer Delay - (2-15 rings) or Time Saver, Security
Code - option to set a new pin code is for remote access Language - English
French or Spanish.
4.Press
to return to standby.3. The display will confirm action.
REDIAL
5. Using the keypad, enter a name for this stored number and press
INT
FLASH
6. Edit the number for this name, if needed, and press
7. Scroll using
INT
REDIAL
or
TONE
CID
.
.
to choose the ringer for this entry and press
.
FLASH
TONE
CID
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Use on a private branch exchange
Use on a Private Branch Exchange
If the phone is on an exchange (e.g. dial 9 to get an outside line), calls can be
transfered or called back by using the FLASH button. Check with the system
administrator for system set-up and instructions. Private exchanges are
normally used in a business-setting.
REDIAL/P
Set the recall time using the corded phone
OGM
MEMO
1. Open your menu by pressing MENU , then scroll using REDIAL/P or CID/FLASH to
REDIAL/P
MENU .
OGM press
MEMO
highlight Settings and
OGM
MEMO
CID/FLASH
2. Scroll using REDIAL/P or CID/FLASH to highlight Recall and press MENU .
REDIAL/P
3. The current recall timing setting (e.g. Short) will be displayed.
OGM
MEMO
OGM
MEMO
CID/FLASH
4. Choose the desired recall time setting (Short or Long) using REDIAL/P or CID/FLASH
and press MENU.
OGM
MEMO
Set the recall time using the cordless handset
CID/FLASH
1. Open the menu by pressing A or MENU, then scroll using
or
REDIAL
OGM
settings is highlighted and press B or OK.
2. Scroll using
REDIAL
OGM
or
FLASH
FLASH
until Base
MEMO
TONE
CID
until Recall is highlighted and press B or OK.
MEMO
TONE
3. The current recall
timing setting (e.g. Short) will be displayed.
CID
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Use on a private branch exchange
4. Choose the desired recall timing setting (Short or Long) using
REDIAL
OGM
and press B or SAVE.
or
FLASH
MEMO
TONE
CID
Insert a dialing pause
Insert a pause before the dial tone if the system requires an outside line which
takes awhile to connect.
To insert a dialling pause using your corded phone, enter the number to reach
the outside line and then press REDIAL/P . A P on your display will show dialling
pause is active.
OGM MEMO
To insert a dialling pause usingCID/FLASH
your cordless handset, enter the number to
reach the outside line and then press
for two seconds. A P on the display
will show dialing pause is active.
Note: A dialing pause can be used with a phone number in the phone book.
Set the dial mode
There is a choice of two dialing modes: tone and pulse. The default setting is
TONE and this is the correct setting for use within the United States.
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Use on a private branch exchange
REDIAL/P
Change dial mode using the corded phone
OGM
MEMO
1.Press MENU, then scroll using REDIAL/P or CID/FLASH to highlight Settings and press
REDIAL/P
MENU.
OGM
MEMO
OGM
MEMO
CID/FLASH
2. Scroll using REDIAL/P or CID/FLASH to highlight Dial Mode and press MENU .
REDIAL/P
3. The current dial mode setting (e.g. Tone) will be displayed.
OGM
MEMO
OGM
MEMO
CID/FLASH
4. Choose the desired dial mode setting (Tone or Pulse) using REDIAL/P or CID/FLASH and
press MENU.
OGM MEMO
REDIAL
CID/FLASH
INT
FLASH
Change the dial mode using the cordless handset
REDIAL
1. Open the menu by pressing
A or MENU, scroll using
INT
FLASH
settings is highlighted
and press B or OK.
2. Scroll using
INT
REDIAL
or
TONE
CID
INT
REDIAL
or
TONE
CID
until Base
FLASH
TONE
CID
until Dial Mode is highlighted and press B orREDIAL
OK.
FLASH
INT
3. The current dial mode setting (e.g. Tone) is displayed.
TONE
CID
4. Choose the dial mode setting required (Tone or Pulse) using
press B or Save.
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INT
REDIAL
or
FLASH
TONE
CID
and
FLASH
TONE
CID
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Use on a private branch exchange
Reset to default settings
Important: Resetting to default will NOT delete phone book entries.
REDIAL/P
Reset to default settings on the corded phone
OGM
MEMO
1.Press MENU, then scroll using REDIAL/P or CID/FLASH to highlight Reset. Press MENU.
MEMO
2. The display will show BaseOGM
Reset?
Confirm or cancel the reset to default
settings by pressing MENU or
CID/FLASH
STOP
to cancel.
REDIAL
Reset
to default settings on the cordless handset
INT
1.Press
FLASH
for 10 seconds.
TONE
2. Confirm
or cancel the reset to default settings by pressing B or OK or A or
CID
NO.
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Adding a Handset
PowerTel 701 Cordless handset and charger base
Adding a Handset – Cordless Phone
Note: The following features are only available to if an additional handset(s)
has been registered to the current phone system.
Register a handset
Only register a handset if it has become de-registered from the base or if it was
purchased separately.
Important: make sure any handset is fully charged before registering.
At the handset:
1. Press and hold MENU for approx 10 seconds until the display shows Press and
hold Page key.
At the base:
2. Press and hold
PAGE
for at least 10 seconds until the display shows Register.
De-register a handset
REDIAL
De-register a handset if too many are currently registered on
theFLASH
phone system.
INT
1. Open the menu by pressing MENU, then scroll using
is highlighted and press B or OK.
INT
REDIAL
or
TONE
CID
until Handset
FLASH
TONE
CID
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Adding a Handset
REDIAL
INT
2. Scroll using
REDIAL
or
FLASH
until Registration is highlighted and press B.
TONE
CID
INT
FLASH
REDIAL
TONE
CID
INT
FLASH
to highlight De-register and press B.
Then scroll
3. Enter the PINTONEcode (default PIN 0000) and press B.
CID
4. Enter the handset’s internal number (e.g. 1) and press B to confirm.
REDIAL
Change a handset name
INT
1. Open the menu by pressing MENU, then scroll using
REDIAL
INT
is highlighted and INTpress
B
FLASH .
2. Scroll using
REDIAL
INT
or
TONE
CID
REDIAL
or
FLASH
TONE
CID
until Handset
FLASH
TONE
CID
until Handset name is highlighted and press B.
FLASH
3. Edit or deleteTONE
current name by pressing A to Delete or pressing INT or Flash
CID
to move cursor then press B or OK to save.
Transfer an external call internally
REDIAL
FLASH
1. During an external call, press and hold INT until
a short beep is heard,
then enter the internal call number of the name
TONE and number (1, 2, 3, or 4) to
CID
transfer the call to.
2. To accept the call on the receiving handset, press
or simply lift the
handset off the base of the unit or press the Talk button on the handset.
REDIAL/P
Note: If no one picks up the call
being transferred, re-answer the call at the
OGM
MEMO
current phone by pressing
.
CID/FLASH
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Making Calls from a Handset
Making Calls from a Handset
Note: One external line conference call can be made with multiple handsets
internally by pressing
twice or simply lifting the base handset.
Make an internal call
If two or more handsets are registered to the base internal calls between
handsets can be made. Each handset will have been allocated a handset
number when registered, e.g. HS1, HS2 etc. These calls are free of charge.
1. Press and hold INT. The display will show Handset? Enter the internal call
number of the handset desired. The corded base unit is always 0
2. To accept the call on the receiving handset, press
.
3. End the call by pressing
.
Make a conference call
1. During an external call, press and hold INT until a short beep is heard, then
enter the internal call number of the handset to transfer to.
2. To accept the call on the receiving handset, press
.
3. Once the call has been received on the other handset , activate the conference call
by pressing and releasing the B or Conf. button.
4. Place the external call on hold by pressing INT (if necessary).
5. The conference call will end when
is pressed.
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Making Calls from a Handset
Copy phone book entries to another registered handset
Note: Phone books can only be copied to another handset if that handset is
registered on the same phone system.
• A single entry (Copy entry)
• Entries not already on the handset being copying to (Copy append)
• All entries (Copy all)
Important: When “copy all” is selected, all existing entries on the handset being
copied to will be deleted. To prevent this from happening use “Copy append.”
REDIAL
1. Open the phone book
by
pressing B.
INT
FLASH
REDIAL
REDIAL or
2. Scroll
using
INT
FLASH
3.Scroll
4.Scroll
TONE
CID
to find the entry or entries to copy and press B.
FLASH
TONE INT
CID
REDIAL
REDIAL
TONE
CID
to either Copy entry, Copy append, or Copy all and press B.
INTINT
FLASH
orFLASH
to highlight the handset number and or base to copy to
TONE
TONE
CIDCID
and press B.
5. Pick up the handset where copying entries to and press B or PB . The display
will confirm Phone book entry received..
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Making Calls from a Handset
REDIAL
Copy a profile
INT
1. Open the menu by pressing MENU, then scroll using
REDIAL
highlighted and press
B.
INT
FLASH
2. Scroll using
REDIAL
INT
FLASH
REDIAL
TONE
CID
INT
FLASH
3. Scroll using
4. Scroll using
or
INT
TONE
CID
INT
or
TONE
CID
until Profile is
FLASH
TONE
CID
REDIAL
TONE
CID
INT
FLASH
or
REDIAL
FLASH
until Profile 1, 2, or 3 is highlighted and press B.
TONE
CID
until Copy is highlighted and press B.
or FLASH until the handset (e.g. 2, 3 or 4) to copy the profile to
is highlighted, and press B.
5. On the copy-to handset, press B to confirm or MENU to cancel.
REDIAL
Setting or changing the System PIN code
1. Open the menu by pressing MENU, then scroll using
REDIAL
settings is highlighted
and press B.
INT
FLASH
2. Scroll using
REDIAL
INT
or
TONE
CID
INT
INT
REDIAL
or
FLASH
TONE
CID
until Base
FLASH
TONE
CID
until System PIN is highlighted and press B.
FLASH
3. Enter the old TONE
PIN code (default PIN is 0000) and press B.
CID
4. The phone will prompt for a new 4 digit PIN code (entered twice), press B.
Important: Do not change or reset the PIN code unless instructed by customer
service.
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Handset and Charger Base
PowerTel 701 Cordless Handset and Charger Base
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REDIAL
MENU
INT
FLASH
TONE
CID
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8
2 Memory 1
15 Headset socket
3 Boost
4 Display
5 Enter Menu/Mute/
Delete
6 Internal call
17
7 External call/
18
Handsfree
20
LOCK
10
14 Up/Redial
16
19
9
1 Incoming call
8 /Ringer on/off
9 Pause
(long press 0)
10 Microphone
21
11 Memory 3
12 Volume
up/down
13 Memory 2
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16 Phone book/Save/
OK
17 Recall
18 End call
19 Down/Calls list/
Equalizer
20 Keypad
21 #/Keylock
22 Red Light Boost
Indicator
23 Select Profile (P)
24 Charging
25 Transfer call
Warning: This Handset has been specially designed for
individuals who are hard of hearing and has a normal
volume which is louder than a standard phone. Use
of the Boost feature can cause hearing damage to
individuals who are not experiencing hearing loss.
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Handset Display Icons
Cordless Phone Handset Display Icons
The following icons can appear in the LCD display:
Play messages fast forward
Menu
MENU
BACK
Boost receiver volume is on
Previous menu
OK
(Icon will flash)
Confirm / OK
Mute handset microphone
New calls
Phone book mode
More information to view up
More information to view down
Answering machine is on
Answering machine is off
Battery status
Ringer off
Keylock is on
Handsfree mode
Call in progress
Play new TAD massages
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When steady— handset is in range When flashing — handset out of range
Internal call in progress (if
additional handsets are
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Menu Options – Cordless Phone
Priority/Default setting
Any changed settings in the menu will be saved as default. The phone also
allows for 2 separate user profiles.
User profiles
The phone can store 2 different user profiles with different settings for the
Volume, Boost, and Equalizer features. Each Profile can be given a personalized
REDIAL
name.
OGM
Add or edit a profile name
REDIAL
1. Open the menu by pressing A or MENU, scroll using REDIAL or
OGM
OK.
REDIAL
TONE
CID
OGM
OGM
MEMO
3. Scroll using REDIAL
or
TONE
TONE
CID
until
MEMO
Profile is highlighted and press B or OK.
2. Scroll using REDIAL or
MEMO
MEMO
until Profile 1 or 2 is highlighted
andpress B or
TONE
MEMO
TONE
CID
OGM
CID
until Name is highlighted and press B or OK.
CID
4. Delete the current name by pressing A or MENU.
OGM
MEMO
5. Enter a new name
(up to ten letters) and press B or OK.
TONE
CID
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Menu Options - Cordless Phone
OGM
Change a profile’s handset volume or equalizer
1. Open the menu by pressing MENU, then scroll using REDIAL or
REDIAL
highlight Profile and press
B or OK.
OGM
MEMO
TONE
CID
until you
MEMO
Profile 1 or 2 is highlighted,
press B or OK.
2. Scroll using REDIAL OGM
or -untilMEMO
TONE
3. Scroll using REDIAL or
TONE
MEMO CID
OGM
OK.
CID
until the desired setting is highlighted, press B or
REDIAL
OGM TONEMEMO
CID
OGM
4. The current setting
will be displayed.
TONE
CID
5. Change the appropriate setting using REDIAL or
Note: Press
OGM
MEMO
TONE
CID
and press B or OK.
MEMO
to exit the menu and return the handset to standby.
Choose a profile to use
TONE
CID
Note: Handset must be used to choose a profile for a call – a profile cannot
be chosen using handsfree.
1.
Before or after answering an incoming call, press the PROFILE button on
the left side of the handset to select either profile M1 or M2 or Profile OFF.
2. The display will confirm your choice.
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Menu Options - Cordless Phone
Note: Once a profile has been selected to use when making a call, the phone
will return to the default settings after 30 seconds.
Changing Menu Settings
Handset ringer melody — There are ten ringer melodies. Default setting is 7.
Handset ringer volume — There are five volume levels plus OFF.
Tone (“Equalizer”) setting — There are three tone settings, LOW/MID/
HIGH. Default is MID.
REDIAL
OGM
REDIAL/P MEMO
TONE
OGM MEMO
CID
Note: To adjust tone while making a call, press the
button to
access the equalizer setting, press the REDIAL/P or CID/FLASH button to adjust the
OGM on
MEMOright side of handset to reach
setting. One can also use + VOL or - VOL
preferred equalizer / TONE setting.
CID/FLASH
Switch keypad beep on or off — Turns on or off the keypad beep.
Change contrast — There are five normal (BLACK ON AMBER) screen
contrast levels and five negative (AMBER ON BLACK).
Switch “auto talk” on or off — The phone will automatically answer
a call when the handset is removed from its base when Auto Talk is ON. This is
the default setting. If Auto talk is OFF, press the
button to answer any calls.
Change backlight timer — Choose between 10, 20, 30 or 40 seconds
until the backlight timer switches off.
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Menu Options - Cordless Phone
Switch confirmation beep on or off — There is a beep confirmation when a setting is changed. This can be switched on or off.
Change language — There are three display languages available on the
REDIAL
handset: English, French, and Spanish.
INT
1. Open the menu by pressing MENU, then scroll
REDIAL
REDIAL
INT
highlighted
INT
FLASHand press B or OK.
2.Scroll
TONE
CID
or
FLASH
TONE
CID
until Handset is
FLASH
TONE
CID
until the desired menu setting (see options above) is highlighted
and press B or OK.
REDIAL
INT
FLASH
3. The current setting will be displayed.
4. Change the setting using
REDIAL
or
TONE
CID
and press B or OK.
Changing Clock Settings
INT
FLASH
TONE
CID
Change date/time — Enter the Date and Time settings.
Change clock to 12- or 24-hour format — Choose between a
standard 12-hour format clock or a 24-hour format (military time). The default
setting is 12 hour clock.
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REDIAL
Set alarm — Set an alarm date, time, melody, and reoccurance or off.
INT
1. Open the
menu by pressing MENU, then scroll
REDIAL
REDIAL
or
FLASH
TONE
CID
until TIME, Select
INT
FLASH
SETINTALARM
FLASH by pressing B AGAIN is highlighted and press B or OK.
2.Scroll
TONE
CID
TONE
CID
to set reoccurance (Once, Every Day, Mon to Fri, or OFF) and B or
OK.
3. The current setting will be displayed.
4. Enter the desired date and/or time setting required (the handset has a 24hour clock) B or OK.
5. Select the desired alarm melody and confirm by pressing B. The display will
show the alarm has been set.
Changing Base Settings
REDIAL
Change base ringer melody — There are ten base ringer melodies.
INT
1. Open the menu by pressing MENU, then scroll
is highlighted and B or OK.
2. Ring tone is highlighted, B or OK.
INT
REDIAL
or
FLASH
TONE
CID
until Base settings
FLASH
TONE
CID
3. The ringer melody setting (e.g. 8) will be displayed.
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REDIAL
Phone Book - Cordless Phone
4. Change the ringer melody using
INT
REDIAL
or
FLASH
TONE
CID
and B or OK.
REDIAL
Change base ringer volume — There are five volume levels plus Off.
INT
FLASH
INT
TONE
CID
1. Open the menu by pressing MENU, then scroll using
REDIAL
REDIAL
INT
settings
is highlighted and B or OK.
INT
FLASH
2.Scroll
TONE
CID
or
FLASH
TONE
CID
until Base
FLASH
TONE
CID
until Ringer volume is highlighted and
B or OK.
REDIAL
FLASH
3. The current base ringer volume level (e.g. 5)INT
will be
displayed.
4. Change the base ringer volume using
INT
REDIAL
or
TONE
CID
and B or OK.
FLASH
Phone Book – Cordless Phone
TONE
CID
Up to 200 names with phone numbers can be alphabetically stored in the phone
book. To quickly find a phone book entry, simply enter the first letter of the
stored name.
Note: The Amplicom customer service toll free number has been pre-installed
in the phone book of every telephone and cannot be edited or removed.
Note: Each phone book entry allows for up to 16 letters for any name and up
to 24 digits for any phone number.
Important: Enter the area code for each phone number stored.
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Keypad use for phone book
The keypad contains alpha-numeric keys. Pressing one key multiple times will
scroll through the available letters and numbers which that key represents.
Other useful keys:
•press
for a space
•press MENU to delete a number or letter entered
• press
to change from upper case (e.g. ABC) to lower case (e.g. abc)
Note: To enter the same letter twice, enter the letter and then pause until
the cursor moves to the next space before entering it again.
Enter a new name and number in the phone book
1. Open theREDIAL
phone book by pressing B.
2.Press INT
B. TheFLASH
display will offer you the choice to edit entry, or you can scroll
REDIAL
or
TONE
CID
to choose new entry, press B again.
INT
FLASH
3.
Enter
the name to store
and press B.
REDIAL
TONE
CID
INT
FLASH
4. Enter
the phone number
to store and press B.
5. Scroll using
INT
REDIAL
or
TONE
CID
to choose a ringer for this entry and press B.
FLASH
TONE
CID
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Show details, copy entry, copy append, or copy all for a
phone book entry
REDIAL
INT
1. Open the phone book
byFLASH
pressing B.
2. Scroll using
REDIAL
REDIAL
or
TONE
CID
to find the entry to show details, copy entry, copy
INT
INT
FLASH
append,
or
copyFLASH
all and press B.
3.Scroll
TONE
CID
TONE
CID
to display
Show details, copy entry, copy append, or copy all and
press B.
4.Press MENU to delete characters,
use the keypad to enter new ones, press B.
REDIAL
FLASH
5.Press MENU to deleteINTdigits,
use the keypad to enter new ones, press B.
6. Scroll using
REDIAL
or
TONE
CID
to choose a ringer for this entry and press B.
Delete a phone book entry or all entries
INT
FLASH
REDIAL
TONE
CID
INT
FLASH
1. Open your phone book
by
pressing B.
2. Scroll REDIAL
using
REDIAL
or
TONE
CID
to find the entry to delete or highlight any entry to
INT
FLASH
INT all FLASH
delete
entries.
3.Press
TONE
CID
TONE
CID
to display
either Delete entry or Delete all and press B.
4.Press B to confirm or MENU to cancel.
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Using speed dial memory buttons
One name (max. 16 characters) and one telephone number (max. 24 digits) can
be stored under each of the quick dial memory buttons:
and
.
, ,
1.
Press the
,
,
or
speed dial button.
2. Press B. The display will show New entry, press B again.
3. Enter the name to store using the keypad and press B.
4. Enter the phone number to store and press B. Saved will be displayed.
Edit a speed dial entry
1. Choose the speed dial entry to edit by pressing either
,
,
or
.
2. Press B. The display will show Edit entry, press B again.
3.Press MENU to delete characters, use the keypad to enter new ones, press B.
4.Press MENU to delete digits, use the keypad to enter new ones, then
press B. The display will show Saved.
REDIAL
Delete a speed dial entry
INT
FLASH
1. Choose the speed dial entry to delete by pressing either
2. Press B. Scroll
TONE
CID
,
,
or
.
to Delete entry and press B.
3. Display will show Delete entry? Press B to confirm or MENU to cancel.
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Incoming Calls - Cordless Phone
Note: You must subscribe to your phone service provider’s Caller Display/
Caller ID service for this feature to work.
Incoming call telephone numbers will appear in the calls list. If the caller’s
number is stored in the phone book, the name will be displayed instead. A
total of 30 incoming calls can be stored in the calls list (16 letters per name
and 24 digits per number). The number of new calls received will be shown in
REDIAL If the number does not appear, this is
the display with the flashing
icon.
INT (Call
FLASH
because the caller’s
identification
Line ID) has been withheld by the caller.
REDIAL
Open the calls INT
list byFLASH
pressing the
pressing REDIAL or
INT
FLASH
of the call,
press
TONE
CID
TONE
CID
button. Scroll through the calls list by
. To display more information including the date and time
FLASH
. Other displayed information:
TONE
CID
• WITHHELD NUMBER – withheld number, or ID information isn’t available
• INTERNATIONAL – call is from another country or using an internet service
• PAYPHONE
– caller is calling from a public payphone
REDIAL
Store numbers from the calls list to the phone book
INT
1.Press
FLASH
TONE
CID
to open theREDIAL
calls list at the most recent entry. Scroll until you reach
INT youFLASH
the desires number
wish to add then press B or Options.
2. Scroll using REDIAL or
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INT
FLASH
TONE
TONE
CID
to save a number, save to M1, save to M2, or save to
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M3. You must confirm to store by pressing B or OK.
3. The display will confirm action.
4. Using the keypad, enter
a name for this stored number and press B.
REDIAL
5. Edit the number forINTthis FLASH
name, if needed, and press B.
6. ScrollREDIAL
using
REDIAL
or
TONE
CID
to choose the ringer for this entry and press B.
INT
FLASH
INT
FLASH
Delete
a single
entry
1.Press
TONE
CID
TONE
CID
to open
the
calls list at the most recent entry. Scroll until you
REDIAL
FLASHyou wish to add then press B or Options.
reach the
desires INT
number
REDIAL
REDIAL or
INT using
FLASH
2. Scroll
TONE
CID
to find the listed to Delete and press B.
TONE
CID INT
3.Scroll REDIAL
untilFLASH
Delete is highlighted and press B.
TONE
CID
Delete all call
list entries
INT
FLASH
REDIAL
INT
1.Press
TONE
CID
FLASH
2.Scroll
TONE
CID
to open the calls list and at the most recent entry press B.
until Delete all is highlighted and press B.
3. The display will show Delete all Calls? Press B.to confirm or MENU to cancel.
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Wrist Shaker
1 Emergency button
2
1
Note: Can only be
used with the
PowerTel 760 Base
telephone
8
3
4
2 Battery charging red light
3 Power on/off
4 Wrist strap
5 Registration mode/
Out of range/Low battery
2 color green or red light
5
6
7
6 Charging contacts
7 Charging unit
8 Incoming call green light
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Connect and charge wrist shaker (Optional and may be included)
Important: Use only the power adapter supplied, otherwise wrist shaker
may not work.
1. Plug in the charger unit
Plug the charger unit into the wall socket.
2. Place the wrist shaker in the
charger unit
Place wrist shaker on its charger unit, with
the two connection points facing down. A red light on the wrist shaker indicates
it is charging properly. Charge the wrist shaker for 10 hours before use.
Note: When fully charged, the wrist shaker’s battery will last five days. The
larger red light will flash slowly when the battery is low and needs to charge
for 10 hours.
3. Switch wrist shaker on/off
Press and hold
for five seconds, until the green light with the warning
triangle comes on.
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Wrist Shaker
Note: The light flashes green then red if the wrist shaker is not registered or
is out of range. Bring it closer to the PowerTel telephone to ensure it is within range. If the light still flashes, see page 57 for registration instructions.
Power on/off button
Off: Press and hold
for about five seconds, until the green light goes off.
4. Turn on SOS Motor feature
The SOS Motor feature causes the wrist shaker to vibrate when a call comes in.
REDIAL/P
i. At the corded phone base: Press MENU (under the display).
OGM
MEMO
ii.Use REDIAL/P to scroll to SOS Motor. Press MENU again.
iii.UseOGM
MEMOor
REDIAL/P
CID/FLASH
to scroll to On. Press MENU again. Saved is displayed.
CID/FLASH
OGM
MEMO
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Attach the wrist strap
The wrist strap allows the wrist shaker to be worn like a watch. To attach or
adjust the wrist strap:
1. Thread it from the back through one of the slots.
2. Slide the strap across the back of the wrist shaker.
3. Thread it back to front through the other slot.
4. Place the strap around the wrist and connect the velcro fasteners.
The telephones and wrist shaker are now ready for use!
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Register the wrist shaker
Important: It is necessary to register the wrist shaker if it has become
de-registered from the telephone or if a new wrist shaker needs to be
registered.
At the wrist shaker:
1. Turn on the wrist shaker by pressing and holding
for about five seconds.
2. After the wrist shaker is On, press and hold
again for about 12 seconds,
until the registration light flashes green. The wrist shaker will be in
registration for about 1 minute.
At the corded phone base:
3. Press and hold
for at least 10 seconds, until Register
is displayed (for about 10 seconds).
PAGE
Note: To located the registration key PAGE , see the At a Glance section for the
corded phone base at the beginning of this guide.
4. The registration light unit glows a steady green when the wrist shaker is
registered (i.e. it isn’t flashing).
Note: The registration light will flash green and red if the wrist shaker
either isn’t registered or is out of range.
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Using the Wrist Shaker
Switch on
Press and hold
will come on.
for five seconds. The green light with the warning triangle
Switch off
Press and hold
for five seconds, until the green light goes off.
Incoming calls
When you receive an incoming call, the green light will flash and the wrist
shaker will vibrate.
Note: The SOS Motor feature must be turned on for the wrist shaker to
vibrate. See page 10 for instructions.
The call can be answered by pressing the large emergency button
in the
middle of the wrist shaker if it is within range of the Powertel phone. It is not
possible to speak to a caller via the wrist shaker.
When the emergency button on the wrist shaker has been pressed, the
PowerTel phone will answer the call in handsfree mode. That enables speaking
to the caller via the phone without picking up the handset.
To end the call, just press and release the emergency button
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Emergency calls
It is possible to program up to 3 numbers to be dialled in an emergency under
the M1, M2 and M3 buttons on the base telephone.
Important: Under no circumstances should 911 (Emergency services) be
stored as a personal emergency number.
Store emergency numbers in the base telephone
1. Press one of the red
,
or
button on the telephone. A previously
stored number or M1 Empty (or M2, M3 as appropriate) will be displayed.
2. Press the left hand menu button MENU under the display. This display shows
Add New or Edit. Press MENU again.
3. Using the keypad, enter the name for this telephone number (maximum of 16
characters).
4.Press MENU to save the name.
5. Enter the telephone number. To delete a mistake, press the red button on the
left hand side
REDIAL/P
DEL
OGM MEMO
MUTE
for each character or digit to be deleted.
6. Use the REDIAL/P or CID/FLASH buttons on the central round button to select a ringing
melodyOGM
for MEMO
the speed dial number.Press MENU to confirm.
CID/FLASH
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SOS message
The PowerTel 760 telephone has a pre-recorded SOS message to use, or one
can record a personal emergency message.
The pre-recorded emergency message is: “This is an emergency call. To accept
this message, press 0.”
Record a personal SOS message at the base
When an emergency call gets activated, the numbers stored under the M1, M2
and M3 buttons on the PowerTel 760 telephone are repeatedly dialed in turn
until one of the numbers is answered. The emergency message is then played.
In the personal emergency message, it is very important to include:
- That the call is an emergency
- The name of the person needing help
- That the person answering the call must press 0 to accept the emergency
call.
1.Press MENU. Then, use REDIAL/P to scroll to SOS Message.
OGM MEMO
2.Press MENU to select again.
CID/FLASH
3.Use REDIAL/P to scroll to Record.
OGM MENU
MEMO
4.Press
to start recording the message.
CID/FLASH
SOS Record is displayed. Remember to speak slowly and clearly while facing
the telephone.
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5.Press MENU again to stop the recording. SOS Play will be displayed and the
message will automatically be played back.
Listen to the personal SOS message
1.Press MENU, then press REDIAL/P to scroll to SOS Message.
MEMO
2. Press the MENU buttonOGM
to select.
CID/FLASH
3. Playback is displayed. Press MENU .
4. SOS Play is displayed, and the message is played back.
Delete the personal SOS message
1. When message is played back press and hold DEL . The personal message
MUTE
will be deleted and the pre-recorded emergency message will now be used.
Activating an emergency call
When an emergency call is activated from the wrist shaker, the PowerTel 780
telephone will go to handsfree mode and will beep for 15 seconds.
The emergency numbers stored under the M1, M2 and M3 buttons (see page
30) are then automatically dialed, one after the other, at 60 second intervals.
This process is audible.
The person answering the emergency call will hear the SOS message. When
that person presses the 0 button, he or she will be able to talk to you via the
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handsfree on the PowerTel 680 telephone for 3 minutes.
During the last 10 seconds of this 3 minute, a warning beep sounds to indicate
that the call is about to be disconnected.
If no numbers have been stored under the
,
or
keys on the
PowerTel 680, then a long continuous tone sounds after the beep tone for 15
seconds, after that beep tone, and no numbers will be dialed.
If only 1 or 2 numbers have been stored under the
the numbers that have been stored will be dialed.
,
or
keys, then
Important: The wrist shaker must be in range of the telephone to be able to
make an emergency call. An emergency call is not possible if the wrist
shaker batteries are not charged. If the emergency message is delivered to
an answer phone or voicemail service then the dialing sequence will continue to the next number until such time that the recipient accepts the call
by pressing ‘0.’
Activate an emergency call
1. Press and hold the large emergency button
shaker for 5 seconds.
in the middle of the wrist
Cancel an emergency call
1. Press and hold the large emergency button
shaker for 5 seconds.
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Help and Support
Some issues may simply be resolved by disconnecting the power to the unit.
In such instances the power to the main base station should be switched off
and battery pack in the handset should also be removed for about 20 minutes. After 20 minutes, replace the battery pack and reconnect everything to
determine if this has resolved the issue.
Troubleshooting Guide
I can’t make phone calls
1. Make sure the phone cable is connected properly. Make sure you are using
the phone cable that came with your phone.
2. Make sure the base is plugged in, switched on and working.
3. If you’re using the cordless handset, make sure you are not located too far
from the base (the phone should work up to 325 yards outdoors and up to 53
yards indoors).
4. Test the phone line and socket by using another phone.
I keep losing my connection on the cordless handset
1. Make sure you aren’t too far from the base (in ideal conditions, it should
work up to 325 yards outdoors and up to 53 yards indoors).
2. The base may not be in an ideal location – see Safety Information.
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My handset keeps switching off
1. It may need recharging. So it can charge fully, place your handset on its charger
base for at least 15 hours with the charger base plugged in and working.
2. Replace the rechargeable battery pack. Any replacement battery packs
should be the same type as those provided.
The phone system isn’t responding
You may need to reset to default settings. Please see page 39.
Answering machine won’t record messages or memos
1. Check that the answering machine is connected and switched on.
2. Answering memory may be full. See page 32.
Caller’s identification (Call Line ID) isn’t working
1. Check you have this service on your phone line. Please call your
network provider.
2. The caller may have withheld their phone number.
My handset or base doesn’t ring
Check that the ringer is on.
I’ve got a buzzing noise on my radio, TV, or computer
We suggest you use your cordless handset at least 3 feet away from electrical
equipment and mobile phones.
There is interference in the earpiece and/or the internet
connection is very slow when using the phone
You must plug the phone into the wall socket via an ADSL filter if you have
broadband internet on your phone line.
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The white light on the base is constantly flashing
You have new answering machine message(s). Press
to listen to them and
the flashing will stop. My answering machine won’t record messages or memos
1. Check that your answering machine is connected and switched on.
2. Answering memory may be full. See page 32.
My remote access isn’t working
1. Check you’re using the correct PIN. See page 44.
2. Make sure you’re using a touchtone phone.
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Energy efficient power adapter
The included power adapter meets the eco-design requirements
of the European Union (Directive 2005/32/EG).
Disposal
The
symbol on this product indicates that electrical and electronic apparatus
and battery pack must be disposed of separately from domestic waste at
suitable collection points provided by the public waste authorities.
Technical Details
Standard
DECT¹ GAP²
Power supply (base station)
Input: 100-240V ~50/60Hz 0.15A
Output: 6VDC 800mA
Range
Outdoors Approx 325 yards/300m
Indoors Approx 53 yards/50m
Standby
Up to 100hrs
Maximum Talk Time
Up to 10hrs
Rechargeable battery pack
AAA 3.6V 750mAh NiMH in handset unit.
Dialling mode
Tone (DTMF)
Pulse
Optimum ambient temperature
32˚F to 113˚F (0˚C to 45˚C)
Optimum relative humidity
20% to 80%
Recall
300, 600 ms
¹ DECT: Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication
² GAP: Generic Access Profile = standard for the operation of handsets and base stations
from different manufacturers.
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General information
Default Settings
Cordless handset
LanguageEnglish
Handset name
PowerTel
Handset ringing melody (external)
7
Handset ringing melody (internal)
9
Handset ringing volume
5
Base ringing melody
8
Base ringing volume
5
Keypad beep
On
Auto talk
On
Contrast3
Backlight time
10s
Boost memory
Off
Recall time
600ms
Dialing mode
Tone
PIN code
0000
Telephone answering machine
LanguageEnglish
Answer mode
Answer and record
PIN code for remote access
000
Answer delay
3
Time format
12 hour
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Corded phone default settings
LanguageEnglish
Answer mode
Answer and Record
PIN code for remote access
000
Answer delay
5
External memory
8
Internal memory
9
Ringing volume
5
Key tone
On
Contrast4
Boost memory
Off
ShakerOn
Dialing mode
Tone
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General information
Maintenance and Warranty
Maintenance
• Please clean your equipment’s surfaces with a soft, lint-free cloth.
• Never use cleaning agents or solvents.
Warranty
AMPLICOM equipment is produced and tested according to the latest
production methods. The implementation of carefully chosen materials and
highly developed technologies ensure trouble free functioning and a long
service life. The terms of the warranty do not apply where the cause of the
equipment malfunction is the fault of the telephone network operator or any
interposed private branch extension system. The terms of the warranty do not
apply to the rechargeable battery pack or power packs used in the products.
The period of warranty is 24 months from the date of purchase.
All deficiencies resulting from material of production faults which occur during
the period of warranty will be eliminated free of charge. Rights to claims under
the terms of warranty are annulled following intervention by the purchaser or
third parties. Damage caused as a result of improper handling or operation,
incorrect positioning or storing, improper connection or installation, Acts of
God or other external influence are not covered by the terms of warranty.
In the case of complaints, we reserve the right to repair or replace defect
parts or provide a replacement device. Replacement parts or devices become
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our property.
Rights to compensation in the case of damage are excluded where there is no
evidence of intent or gross negligence by the manufacturer.
If your equipment shows signs of defect during the period of warranty, please
return to the sales outlet in which you purchased the AMPLICOM equipment
together with the purchase receipt. All rights to claims under the terms of
warranty in accordance with this agreement must be asserted exclusively with
regard to your sales outlet.
Two years after the purchase of our products, claims under the terms of
warranty can no longer be asserted.
Declaration of conformity
The ETL Listed Mark is an alternative to the CSA and UL marks. ETL
Testing Laboratories owned by Intertek Testing Services (ITS) is
recognized by OSHA as a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory
(NRTL). ITS tests products according to nearly 200 safety and performance
standards. The ETL Listed Mark is accepted throughout the United States when
denoting compliance with nationally recognized standards such as ANSI, IEC,
UL, and CSA.
This certification mark indicates that the product has been tested to and has
met the minimum requirements of a widely recognized (consensus) U.S.
product safety standard, that the manufacturing site has been audited, and that
the applicant has agreed to a program of periodic factory follow-up inspections
to verify continued conformance.
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Index
A
Adjusting the handsfree volume 14
Adjusting the earpiece volume 13
Alarm 51
Answering machine 28
Auto talk 49
B
Backlight timer 49
Base ringer melody 51
Base ringer volume 52
Base settings 39
Boost memory 17
Boosting the earpiece volume 14
C
Changing the system’s PIN code 44
Change case 19
Charging the battery pack 69
Checking messages 31, 33
Conference calls 42
Connecting the base and charger 7
Contrast 19
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D
Date/time 20
Default settings 39, 72
De-register a handset 40
Dial mode 38
Dialing pause 37
Dialing from the phone book 13
Dialing from a speed dial button 13
Display icons 9, 46
E
Earpiece volume 13
End a call 11
Entering names in the phone book 23,
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Equalizer 17, 48
F
Find a handset 16
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H
Handset name 41
Handset ringer melody 19, 49
Handset ringer on/off 46, 47
Handset ringer volume 19, 49
Handsfree 14
Headset use 15
I
Internal calls 42
K
Keypad lock 16
Keypad beep on/off 49
L
Language 19, 28
M
Making a call 11
Making internal calls 42
Memory full 32
Mute 15
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P
Phone book 22, 52
R
Record outgoing message 29,34
Redial 12
Register a handset 40
Remotely checking messages 33
Reset to default settings 39
S
Speed dial 24, 55
T
Tone control (see Equalizer)
U
Using a headset 15
Using the menu 47
V
Volume 13, 14, 17, 19, 48, 49
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