CL-XLC3.4 manual
User Guide
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Extra Loud Cordless
Speakerphone with
Caller ID
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Clarity, a Division of Plantronics, Inc.
4289 Bonny Oaks Drive, Chattanooga, TN 37406
Tel: 800-426-3738 Fax: 800-325-8871
E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.clarityproducts.com
©2010 Clarity, a Division of Plantronics, Inc. All rights reserved.
Clarity, Clarity Professional, XLC3.4, XLC3.1, Digital Clarity Power
and the amplified figure are trademarks or registered trademarks
of Plantronics, Inc.
Rev. A (11-10)
Printed In China
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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CONTENTS & PARTS CHECKLIST
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INSTALLATION 6
WALL MOUNTING YOUR XLC3.4
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BASE - Quick Reference Guide
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HANDSET - Quick Reference Guide
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BATTERY INFORMATION
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PLACING & ANSWERING CALLS 15
VOLUME & TONE ADJUSTMENTS
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CALLER ID FUNCTION
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PHONEBOOK
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SCREEN DETAILS
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TELEPHONE MENU
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HANDSET REGISTRATION
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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REGULATORY COMPLIANCE 33
WARRANTY INFORMATION
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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 to persons,
including the following:
1. Read and understand all
instructions.
2. Follow all warnings and
instructions marked on the
telephone.
3. Avoid contact with liquids. Do
not locate base unit or handset
near water, for example, near a
bathtub, wash basin, sink or laundry
tub, in a wet basement or near a
swimming pool.
4. Avoid using a telephone (other
than a cordless type) during a
storm. There may be a remote risk
of electrical shock from lightning.
5. Do not use the telephone to
report a gas leak in the vicinity of
the leak.
6. Unplug this telephone from the
wall outlets before cleaning. Do
not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners on the telephone. Use a
damp cloth for cleaning.
7. Place this telephone on a stable
surface. Serious damage and/or
injury may result if the telephone
falls.
8. Do not cover the slots and
openings on this telephone. This
telephone should never be placed
near or over a radiator or heat
register. This telephone should not
be placed in a built-in installation
unless proper ventilation is
provided.
9. Operate this telephone using the
electrical voltage as stated on the
base unit or the owner’s manual. If
you are not sure of the voltage in
your home, consult your dealer or
local power company.
10. Do not allow anything to rest
on the power cord or locate this
product in an area where the
power cord is likely to be damaged
by furniture or foot traffic.
11. Do not overload wall outlets or
extension cords as this can increase
the risk of fire or electrical shock.
12. Never push any objects through
the slots in the telephone. They can
touch dangerous voltage points or
short out parts that could result
in a risk of fire or electrical shock.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the
telephone.
13. To reduce the risk of electrical
shock, do not take this phone apart.
Opening or removing covers may
expose you to dangerous voltages
or other risks. Incorrect reassembly
can cause electric shock when the
appliance is subsequently used.
14. Unplug this product from the
wall outlet and refer servicing
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to the manufacturer under the
following conditions: when the
power supply cord or plug is
frayed or damaged; if liquid has
been spilled into the product; if the
telephone has been exposed to
rain or water; if the telephone has
been dropped or the case has been
damaged; if the telephone exhibits
a distinct change in performance;
if the telephone does not operate
normally by following the operating
instructions. Adjust only those
controls that are covered by the
operating instructions. Improper
adjustment may require extensive
work by a qualified technician to
restore the telephone to normal
operation if the telephone does not
operate normally by following the
operating instructions.
15. 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 to your
home, consult your local power
company.
16. Do not attempt to open the
AC adapter. There are potentially
dangerous voltages inside, and there
are no serviceable parts.
17. Discontinue use of product
and contact Clarity if the product
overheats, has a damaged cord
or plug, if the product has been
dropped or damaged or if the
product has come into contact with
liquids.
18. Use only the AC adapter
provided with this product or a
replacement AC adapter provided
by Clarity.
19. This phone amplifies sound to
loud volumes. To prevent hearing
damage, all users of the phone
should be informed of the high
volume capability of the phone and
children should only use the phone
when supervised by an adult.
20. Exposure to high volume
sound levels or excessive sound
pressure may cause temporary
or permanent damage to your
hearing. Although there is no single
volume setting that is appropriate
for everyone, you should always
use your telephone with the
volume set at moderate levels and
avoid prolonged exposure to high
volume sound levels. The louder the
volume, the less time is required
before your hearing could be
affected. If you experience hearing
discomfort, you should have your
hearing checked by a doctor. To
protect your hearing, you should:
A) Set the volume control in a low position and gradually increase the volume as needed. Before pressing the E
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BOOST button, reduce the volume to the lowest level. Use the phone on the lowest volume setting as possible.
B) Limit the amount of time you use the telephone at high volume levels.
21. If you experience a skin
irritation after using this product,
discontinue use and contact Clarity.
CONTENTS & PARTS CHECKLIST
BATTERY SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
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Dispose of used batteries
according to the instructions.
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1. Do not dispose of the battery
in a fire as it may explode. Check
with local codes for possible special
disposal instructions.
2. Do not open or mutilate the
battery. Released electrolyte is
corrosive and may cause damage to
the eyes and skin. It may
be toxic if swallowed.
3. Exercise care in handling batteries
in order not to short the battery
with conducting materials such
as rings, bracelets and keys. The
battery or conduction material may
overheat and cause burns.
4. Remove batteries when they are
discharged and when the equipment
will not be used for an extended
period of time. Dispose of batteries
according to local environmental
laws.
5. Do not disassemble, heat, crush,
deform or puncture batteries.
6. Do not attempt to charge nonrechargeable batteries.
7. Keep batteries out of the reach
of children.
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MUTE
VOLUME
TALK
MENU
FLASH
EXIT
RD/P
SILENT
IN USE/
CHARGE
POWER
FIND
Handset
Base
Short
Phone cord
Long
Phone cord
Wall mount bracket
XLC3.4
User Guide
INTERCOM
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
BOOST
TONE
WARNING: Risk of explosion if
battery is replaced by an incorrect
type.
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Belt clip
AC power adapter
User
guide
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INSTALLATION
XLC3.4
INSTALLATION
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Connect your telephone as shown on the enclosed Quick Start guide.
Your telephone should arrive pre-assembled. To install it:
1. Remove base from package.
2. Hold one end of your XLC3.4’s long phone line cord tightly. The
correct end to hold should already be plugged into your phone’s jack.
Simultaneously pull the other end of the phone cord away from the phone,
unraveling it and allowing you to plug that end of the cord into a wall
telephone outlet.
3. Plug the loose end of the phone cord into the wall telephone outlet.
4. Hold one end of your phone’s white power adapter cord tightly. The
correct end to hold should already be plugged into the back of your
telephone base unit. Simultaneously pull the other end of the adapter cord
away from the phone, unraveling it and allowing you to plug that end of the
cord into a wall electrical outlet.
5. Plug white power adapter cord on left rear of the base into a wall
electrical outlet.
6. Remove handset from package.
7. Pull the handset’s battery tab located on the bottom of the device in the
direction of the arrow.
8. Place the handset in the base charger. The batteries in the handset must
be fully charged for 10 hours before using the telephone for the first time.
9. Lift handset and press TALK to test. If you hear a dial tone, your
telephone is ready for use. If not, check all connections again.
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WALL MOUNTING YOUR XLC3.4
Wall mount your telephone as shown on the enclosed Quick Start guide.
(This is optional.)
1. Follow the instructions in the Installation section on page 6 to remove
the base and handset from the base – steps 1, 4, 6.
2. Unplug the long phone line cord from the phone jack located on the
back of your XLC3.4. Plug one end of the short phone line cord into the
same jack identified by LINE on the back of your base.
3. Install the XLC3.4 base onto the wall mount bracket as shown on page
9. Guide the short phone cord through the wall mount bracket as shown
in the diagram.
4. Using a screwdriver, loosen the screws on your phone wall outlet (1-2
turns).
5. Plug the loose end of the short phone cord into the wall phone outlet.
6. Attach the wall mount bracket (with the XLC3.4 base) onto the wall
phone outlet.
7. Plug the power adapter into a wall electrical outlet.
8. Pull the handset’s battery tab located on the bottom of the device in the
direction of the arrow.
9. Place the handset in the base and allow 10 hours for full charge.
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BASE - Quick Reference Guide
XLC3.4
are installed.
1 Visual Ringer
Lights up when phone rings;
turns on when phone is in
use.
4 FIND
Press this key to locate
handset.
2 IN USE / CHARGE Light
The light turns red when the
phone is charging, and it turns
green when the phone is in
use.
5 SILENT
Press if you want to turn off
the base ringer. The button
lights up red when the ringer
is turned off.
3 POWER Light
Light is lit green when the
power adapter is plugged in.
6 VOLUME (UP / DOWN)
XLC3.4
HANDSET - Quick Reference Guide
NOTE (Base): You can only
set the ringer volume or style
when the phone is not in use.
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BOOST
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Use these keys to increase or
decrease the ringer volume.
During a power outage, the
POWER light will blink green
once every two seconds
when base backup batteries
7 RINGER STYLE
Use this key to choose the
most comfortable base ring
tone for your environment.
There are six ring tones
available.
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BACK
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MUTE
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TALK
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MENU
FLASH
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EXIT
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RD/P
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VOLUME
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3
SILENT
IN USE/
CHARGE
POWER
FIND
RINGER
STYLE
HIGH OUTPUT
RINGER
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1 VOLUME Control Wheel
Use the rotary control to
increase or decrease the
volume of the incoming call.
The volume level is displayed
on the screen, lower right
corner.
2 BOOST
Press this button to engage
the extra amplification. The
BOOST button turns red
when Boost function is active.
Press and hold this button
for three seconds to engage
the Outgoing Speech
Amplification (OSA - see page
17). When OSA is active, the
screen displays “OSA On”.
For more details on the
Boost function, see page 16.
3 Speaker
During a call, press to activate
handset speakerphone. Press
again to switch back to
earpiece.
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14 Intercom
Press to call other handset on
system.
15RINGER ON / OFF
Switch to turn handset ringer
on or off.
16NECKLOOP
A 3.5 mm neckloop can be
used in the Neckloop Port.
(We recommend the Clarity
CE30 Neckloop.)
17Belt Clip
The belt clip comes preattached.
18Speaker Grill
19Battery Compartment
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VOLUME
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NECK
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OFF
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private conversations you
don’t want heard (during a
call).
Back: In MENU mode, allows
you to return to the previous
screen.
(Edit): When a phone number
is displayed, allows you to
toggle between 7/10/11 digit
formats for the number you
are viewing.
10 FLASH / EXIT
FLASH: While on a call,
press FLASH / EXIT to
receive another incoming
call. (Call Waiting service is
required.)
EXIT: In MENU mode, allows
you to return to standby
mode.
11 RD / P (Redial / Pause)
Press to redial last number
dialed or insert pause (two
seconds) when programming
memories or pre-dialing.
12 Headset A 2.5 mm headset can be
used in the Headset Port. (We
recommend the Plantronics
M175C headset.)
13TONE
Press to select the audio tone
for the handset. See page 16.
ON
When in speakerphone mode,
the speakerphone icon is
displayed on the screen (to
the left of the battery icon),
and the speakerphone button
lights up red.
4 Phonebook
This button allows you to
access your XLC3.4’s list of
saved names and numbers.
See page 21.
5 TALK
This button allows you to
make or answer phone calls.
It lights up green during a call.
6 Arrow Buttons (UP /
DOWN)
Press UP or DOWN arrows
to navigate through the
menus.
In standby mode, press UP
or DOWN to access your
Caller List.
7 MENU Button
Press this button to engage
your phone’s available
options. See page 19 for
details.
8 Help Button
Press to dial pre-programmed
number.
9 MUTE / BACK (EDIT) Button
Mute: Allows you to conduct
HANDSET - Quick Reference Guide
XLC3.4
TONE
HANDSET - Quick Reference Guide
INTERCOM
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XLC3.4
HANDSET
The batteries in the handset must be fully charged for 10 hours before using the
telephone for the first time.
Battery life: Talk time is 6.5 hours, while standby is 130 hours without usage.
Actual times will vary depending on the amplifier settings used. Replace batteries
every two years.
Battery spec (as supplied with your phone): 3xAAA NiMH rechargeable
batteries,(1.2V 600mAh NiMH, 60AAAHC, GPI International Ltd.).
To replace batteries, remove the handset battery cover and install new batteries,
then close battery cover.
BASE (OPTIONAL)
The base batteries are optional (backup). If you choose to install backup batteries
for the base, use rechargeable batteries ONLY. The backup batteries should be
AAA, NiMH, rechargeable only, rated 600mAh. They must be fully charged for 10
hours before using the telephone for the first time.
The base backup batteries ensure the functionality of your cordless phone (3-4
hours) in case of a power outage.
When the base unit operates in battery mode (no AC power). the base POWER
light will blink once every two seconds.
Open battery
compartment door
here.
To install batteries in the base:
1. Turn base over and open battery compartment door.
2. Install batteries according to the polarity shown inside the battery compartment.
NOTE:To replace handset batteries or to install base backup batteries,
use ONLY standard rechargeable AAA NiMH batteries - 600mAh.
LOW BATTERY INFORMATION
Handset
1. The battery icon on the screen shows no bars; the screen displays “Low
Battery”.
2. The handset beeps every two seconds in OFF HOOK mode.
3. The TALK button blinks green twice every 15 seconds in standby mode. It will
not flash an alert in OFF HOOK mode.
Base (if optional batteries are installed)
1. The POWER light will blink green once every five seconds.
PLACING & ANSWERING CALLS
TO PLACE A CALL:
1. Press TALK, then dial the number
using the numeric keypad. See
lighting pattern for the TALK button
on the bottom of the page.
2. Adjust the volume to the most
comfortable level - using the Volume
Control and BOOST button (if
necessary).
3. Press the TONE button on the side
of the handset to adjust the tonality
of the incoming voice to the most
comfortable level.
TO ANSWER A CALL:
1. When phone is ringing, press TALK
to answer the call.
2. Adjust the volume and tone of the
incoming voice according to your
preferences.
3. When finished, press TALK to
hang up.
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NOTE:
1. For an explanation of the TALK
button light, see the bottom of the
page.
WARNING:VOLUME MAY BE
2. If you have CID service, note the
LOUD!
incoming phone number displayed
on your screen.
3. If the Voice Assist function is
NOTE:
enabled, you will hear the digits of
1. If the Voice Assist function is
the incoming phone number.
enabled, you will hear the digits of
4. At any point during the
the incoming phone number.
conversation, press the
2. Step 1 above can be replaced with
speakerphone button  to switch
one of the following options:
to handsfree mode. Use the volume
control for adjusting the level of
• Dial from CID records: Choose a
the incoming audio. Switch back
record from your Caller List (see
to earpiece mode by pressing the
page 17), then press TALK.
speakerphone button again.
• Dial from PHONEBOOK: Choose a
record from your Phonebook (see
page 18), then press TALK.
• Pre-dial: before pressing TALK,
dial the number you wish to call;
Talk Button Lighting Pattern
digits will display on the screen;
Green: Phone is in use.
press TALK when the number is
complete.
Flashing Green every 15 seconds in standby mode: Low batteries.
Follow with steps 2-3 above to
enjoy a clear and comfortable phone
conversation.
WARNING: Use rechargeable batteries only.
Do NOT use alkaline batteries!
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Digital Clarity PowerTM Technology
With Digital Clarity Power, high frequency sounds
are amplified more than low frequency sounds so
words are not just louder, but clearer and easier to
understand. It also provides intelligent amplification
to make soft sounds audible, while keeping loud
sounds bearable.
BOOST On / Off
The BOOST button controls the loudness of the
receiver. Once the BOOST button is pressed, an extra
level of amplification is added over the entire range of
volume control.
XLC3.4
VOLUME & TONE ADJUSTMENTS
The BOOST button
engages the amplifier,
controlling the phone’s
loudness. When the
VOLUME dial is adjusted
and the BOOST button
is pressed, the phone can
reach up to 50dB of gain.
WARNING:VOLUME
MAY BE LOUD.
PROCEED WITH
CARE.
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In order to achieve the best audio experience, we
recommend the following:
1. Adjust the Volume Control and enable the Boost
function (if needed). (Lower the volume level to minimum
(VOL 0) before activating the Boost feature.)
2. Press the TONE button to toggle between the available
tone settings.
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Outgoing Speech Amplification (OSA)
If the level of your voice is too low, while on a call press
and hold the BOOST button -- the screen displays “OSA
On” on the middle line, alternating with the tone setting.
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VOLUME Control Wheel
To disable OSA, press and hold the BOOST button until
the display shows the tone setting only.
During a call, the dial on the side controls the level of
volume for handset and speakerphone. The volume dial
provides up to 16dB of volume before the BOOST
button is activated. Once the BOOST button is
pressed, the XLC3.4 will provide up to 50dB of
amplification.
WARNING:Voice volume level may be loud. We
recommend that you turn on this OSA function
only if your voice is considered too quiet.
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Speakerphone
Auto Boost
(For turning Auto Boost On or Off, see page 24.)
ON – When the Auto Boost is set to ON, the Boost
function will be ON every time a call starts. If the
phone hangs up, the Boost function will remain ON.
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To switch to speakerphone mode, press the SPK button
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The display shows the speakerphone mode (see page 18).
OFF – When the Auto Boost is set to OFF, the Boost
function will be OFF at the beginning of all calls. Every
time a call starts, the user will need to press the
BOOST button in order to gain the extra level of
amplification.
XLC3.4
CALLER ID FUNCTION
Your XLC3.4 is CID / CWCID compatible (optional service, purchased from your
local telephone service provider).
Press the TONE button to change the style of
amplification. Switching audio tones will change how
the telephone conversation sounds to you.
To access this list, and for further details regarding this function, press UP or
DOWN in standby mode, and / or follow the instructions under CALLER LIST
(page 20).
TO N E
TONE
When your phone is ringing, the screen shows the name and number of the person
calling you. This information will be stored in the Caller List on your phone.
IN TE RCOM
NOTE: If you have CID service, the date and time will automatically be set after
the first incoming call.
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PHONEBOOK
XLC3.4
To access your phone’s stored records (Phonebook), and for further details
regarding this feature, press the Phonebook button
on the handset, and /
or follow the instructions under PHONEBOOK (page 21).
XLC3.4
SCREEN DETAILS
IMPORTANT:
In standby mode, the screen displays the date and time, handset number (for the first
10 seconds of inactivity), and date and time (after the first 10 seconds of inactivity).
18004263738
Tone 3
00:25 VOL16
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12:38
04-25
HANDSET 1
18
04-25
12:38
AM
SCREEN ICONS AND SYMBOLS
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Battery charge level
When the icon displays just one
bar, return the handset to the
charger.
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New calls indicator
There are new calls in your Caller
List.
•
The phone is in a call, in
speakerphone mode.
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The phone is in a call, in earpiece
mode.
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New voicemail (separate
service).
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Handset is connected to base,
and in range.
EXAMPLE 1 (above):
• Phone is in a call, earpiece mode.
• Number that was dialed:
18004263738.
• Tone setting is 3.
• Volume level is 16.
• Call timer: 25 seconds since the
beginning of the call.
EXAMPLE 2 (above):
• Phone is in standby; more than 10
seconds since the phone was active.
• Date: April 25.
• Time: 12:38AM.
• There are new calls in the Caller
List.
• There is new voicemail (service
from the local phone service
provider).
TELEPHONE MENU
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To start the setup process, press MENU. You will see
the list of features to be set up on your new XLC3.4.
At any point during the navigation of the MENU
options, you can press MUTE / BACK to go back to
the previous screen, or you can press FLASH / EXIT
to return to standby mode (exit setup).
To navigate through the menu options, press UP or
DOWN arrows.
While in MENU mode, note the cursor on the top
row, to the left of the text. It indicates that the feature
displayed on the upper row is active. Press MENU to
select that feature or option.
The SETUP menu allows you to choose your
preferences for the following features of your new
XLC3.4:
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Caller List - to view and manage the information for your incoming calls CID / CWCID service (required from your local telephone company);
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Phonebook - to view and manage your saved records (names and numbers
for your frequently dialed locations);
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Ringer Setup - to choose ringer tones, set ringer volume, turn keypad tones
on or off (default: On);
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Visual Ring - to turn your handset visual ringer on or off (default: On);
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Auto Boost - to enable Boost function to be active at the beginning of all
calls (default: Off);
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Phone Setup - to re-establish registration to the base, to enable Auto
Talk function (default: Off), to enable Voice Assist feature (default: On), to
enable Any Key Answer (default: Off), to choose the language you wish to
use (default: English), to choose the dial mode needed for your specific
setup (default: Tone), to adjust the contrast of your handset screen (default:
medium);
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Date & time - to allow you to manually set the date and time; the date
(month and day only) and time will be set during the first incoming call, if you
subscribe to CID service from your local telephone service provider.
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MENU - CALLER LIST
New Calls 2
AM
11:30 04-25
800-426-3738
CLARITY
XLC3.4
If you have new calls, you will notice the New Calls
icon to the left of the battery level indicator (upper
right corner).
To access your phonebook from standby, press
MENU once to enter the menu, press DOWN once,
press MENU again to select.
In standby mode, press MENU twice.
Use UP or DOWN to browse through your saved
records.
Your screen displays the number of new calls (which
have not been reviewed yet).
Press UP or DOWN to review the records in your
call history (up to 40 records).
For each record, the screen alternates between
showing the date / time of call and phone number,
and the name associated with the phone number that
called you.
Delete?
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To save the number, press DOWN once, then
press MENU. You can edit the number and
then the name associated with the record. Press
MUTE / BACK to delete the previous character;
press UP or DOWN to move cursor within
name. Use keypad to add characters to the name.
Save Number
Delete All
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Press MENU to save the number to your
phonebook.
Delete All
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To delete all records, press DOWN twice, then
press MENU. The screen displays “Delete All?”.
Press MENU to delete all records (screen
displays “OK” and you hear five beeps), or press
MUTE / BACK to return to previous screen.
Press MENU to select “Add Number” option.
You will be prompted to enter the number as you
will dial it. To edit the number before saving it, use
MUTE / BACK to delete the last digit (one at
a time); use UP or DOWN to move within the
number without deleting all digits.
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Add Number
Edit Number
Del Number
When finished, press MENU to save the number.
You will be prompted to enter the name for the
number you saved. Use the numeric keypad to
enter the name to be saved.
If you wish to save or delete the record from your
memory, press MENU (after formatting the number).
You will see the options available for that record. From
here, choose one of the paths described below:
To delete the record, press MENU once. The
screen displays “Delete?”. Press MENU to delete
(screen displays OK and you hear five beeps), or
MUTE / BACK to return to previous screen.
Phonebook
Ring Setup
Visual Ring
To add a number, edit a number, delete a number
or delete all numbers, press MENU while viewing
a saved record. From here, choose one of the paths
described below: Press MUTE / BACK to review the available formats
for the record: 7 digits (no area code), 10 digits (area
code + number), 11 digits (1+area code+number). The
screen displays the new numbers.
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To dial one of your saved numbers, press TALK when
it is shown on the screen.
When the format number is correct, press TALK if
you wish to dial the number back.
Del Number
Save Number
Delete All
MENU - PHONEBOOK
When finished, press MENU to save the number.
Screen will display “OK” and you will hear five
beeps.
•
To edit the saved record while viewing it, press
DOWN to advance the row that reads “Edit
Number” to the top of the screen. Press MENU
to select this option.
OK
Edit Number
Del Number
Delete All
You will be prompted to edit the number - use
UP or DOWN to move the cursor, or use
MUTE / BACK to delete the last digit. Press
MENU when the editing is complete.
You will be prompted to edit the name. Use the
same controls as above.
OK
Press MENU to save your edited record. Screen
will display “OK” and you will hear five beeps.
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XLC3.4
MENU - PHONEBOOK
XLC3.4
MENU - RINGER SETUP
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Del Number
Delete All
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To delete all records, press DOWN three times,
to advance the row that reads “Delete All” to the
top of the screen. Press MENU to select this
option.
If the RINGER ON / OFF switch is set to OFF, the
screen displays “Ringer Off” (middle of screen)
with no sound made. Turn ringer volume switch
ON or return phone to standby.
• To adjust the ringer tone, press DOWN to
advance the row that reads “Ringer Tone” to the
top of the screen. Press MENU to select this
option.
Use UP or DOWN to scroll through the
available ring tones.
MENU - RINGER SETUP
Caller List
Phonebook
Ring Setup
Ring Setup
Visual Ringer
Boost Setup
Ringer Vol
Ringer Tone
Keypad Tone
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•
In order to adjust the ringer volume, the RINGER
ON / OFF switch on the side of the XLC3.4 must
be set to the ON position. Use UP or DOWN
to reach the desired level of ring loudness. When
finished, press MENU to save your setting.
Screen will display “OK” and you will hear five
beeps.
The screen displays “Delete?”. Press MENU to
delete (screen displays “OK” and you hear five
beeps), or MUTE / BACK to return to previous
screen.
The screen displays “Delete All?”. Press MENU to
delete all records (screen displays “OK” and you
hear five beeps), or MUTE / BACK to return to
previous screen.
OK
•
Press MENU to select this option.
Delete?
Delete All
-----------Add Number
To delete the saved record, press DOWN twice
to advance the row that reads “Del Number” to
the top of the screen.
Press MENU to save the setting you selected.
Screen will display “OK” and you will hear five
beeps.
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Ringer Vol
Ringer Off G
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Ring Tone 1
Ring Tone 2
Ring Tone 3
OK
In standby mode, press MENU.
Press DOWN arrow twice, to advance the row that
reads “Ring Setup” to the top of the screen.
Press MENU to enter the ringer setup.
•
To turn the keypad tones on or off, press DOWN
twice to advance the row that reads “Keypad
Tone” to the top of the screen.
Press MENU to select this option.
You will see the available options for your ringer.
From here, choose one of the paths described below: Use UP or DOWN to make your selection indicated by the cursor on the left of the screen.
Press MENU to save your selection. Screen will
display “OK” and you will hear five beeps.
Keypad Tone
------------Ringer Vol
Keypad Tone
Off
On
OK
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XLC3.4
MENU - VISUAL RING (Handset)
Caller List
Phonebook
Ring Setup
Visual Ring
Auto Boost
Phone Setup
Visual Ring
Off
On
XLC3.4
MENU - PHONE SETUP
In standby mode, press MENU.
In standby mode, press MENU.
Press DOWN arrow five times, to advance the row
that reads “Phone Setup” to the top of the screen.
Press MENU to enter the Phone Setup submenu.
Press DOWN arrow three times, to advance the row
that reads “Visual Ring” to the top of the screen.
Press MENU to enter the handset visual ringer On /
Off setup.
Use UP or DOWN to make your selection, indicated
by the cursor on the left of the screen. Press MENU
to save your selection. Screen will display “OK” and
you will hear five beeps.
NOTE: This option refers to the handset visual ringer
only.
The Phone Setup submenu allows you to adjust the
following features:
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Register
• Auto Talk (On / Off, default: Off)
MENU - AUTO BOOST
Caller List
Phonebook
Ring Setup
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Date & Time
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• Any Key Answer (On / Off; default: Off)
•
Language (English/French/Spanish, default: English)
•
Dial Mode (Tone / Pulse, default: Tone)
•
Contrast (1-5, default: 3)
From here, choose one of the paths described below:
Press MENU to access this function. See details on
page 28.
• Auto Talk
In standby mode, press MENU.
Caller List
Phonebook
Ring Setup
• Voice Assist (Voice Asst: On / Off; default: On)
• Register
XLC3.4
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Press DOWN once to advance the row reading
“Auto Talk” to the top of the screen.
Register
Auto Talk
Voice Asst
Auto Talk
Voice Asst
Any Key Ans
Press MENU to enter this option.
Auto Boost
Phone Setup
Date & Time
Auto Boost
Off
On
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Press DOWN arrow four times, to advance the row
that reads “Auto Boost” to the top of the screen.
Use UP or DOWN to make your selection, indicated
by the cursor on the left of the screen.
Press MENU to enter the Auto Boost On / Off setup.
Press MENU to save your selection. Screen will
display “OK” and you will hear five beeps.
Use UP or DOWN to make your selection, indicated
by the cursor on the left of the screen.
• Voice Assist
Press MENU to save your selection. Screen will
display “OK” and you will hear five beeps.
Press DOWN twice to advance the row reading
“Voice Asst” to the top of the screen.
This option activates the audio numbers - both for the
phone numbers dialed, as well as the incoming phone
numbers (with optional CID service from your local
phone service provider.)
Auto Talk
Off
On
Voice Asst
Any Key Ans
Language
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XLC3.4
MENU - PHONE SETUP
XLC3.4
MENU - PHONE SETUP
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Press MENU to enter this option.
Voice Asst
Off
On
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Use UP or DOWN to make your selectio, indicated
by the cursor on the left of the screen.
• Contrast
Press MENU to save your selection. The screen will
display “OK” and you will hear five beeps.
Press DOWN six times to advance the row reading
“Contrast” to the top of the screen.
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Press MENU to enter this option.
• Any Key Answer
Any Key Ans
Language
Dial Mode
Any Key Ans
Off
On
Press DOWN three times to advance the row
reading “Any Key Ans” to the top of the screen. This
feature allows you to answer the call by pressing any
numeric key on the handset, rather than pressing
TALK and Speakerphone.
Use UP or DOWN to make your selection, indicated
by the cursor on the left of the screen. There are five
levels available (default: Level 3).
Press MENU to save your selection. The screen will
display “OK” and you will hear five beeps.
Contrast
---------Register
Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
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Press MENU to enter this option.
Use UP or DOWN to make your selection, indicated
by the cursor on the left of the screen.
Press MENU to save your selection. The screen will
display “OK” and you will hear five beeps.
Language
Dial Mode
Contrast
English
FranÁais
EspaÒol
Dial Mode
Contrast
---------Dial Mode
Tone
Pulse
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• Language
Press DOWN four times to advance the row reading
“Language” to the top of the screen.
Press MENU to enter this option.
Use UP or DOWN to make your selection, indicated
by the cursor on the left of the screen.
Press MENU to save your selection. The screen will
display “OK” and you will hear five beeps.
• Dial Mode
Press DOWN five times to advance the row reading
“Dial Mode” to the top of the screen.
Press MENU to enter this option.
XLC3.4
MENU - DATE & TIME
XLC3.4
In standby mode, press MENU. Press DOWN arrow
six
times, to advance the row that reads “Date & Time”
XLC3.4
to the top of the screen.
Press MENU to enter the date and time setup.
Use the numeric keypad to enter the date (follow
format on screen). Press MENU to save your
selection. Use the numeric keypad to enter the time
(follow format on screen).
Press MENU to save your selection. The screen will
display “OK” and you will hear five beeps.
Caller List
Phonebook
Ring Setup
Date & Time
----------Caller List
Use UP or DOWN to make your selection, indicated
by the cursor on the left of the screen.
Press MENU to save your selection. The screen will
display “OK” and you will hear five beeps.
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XLC3.4
HANDSET REGISTRATION
Handset
Needs
Registration
Hold Base
FIND Key
For 5 Secs
Then Press
MENU Key
Registering...
Registration
Successful
Register
Auto Talk
Voice Asst
Register
Register
Deregister
Register
Register
Deregister
HANDSET 1
Deregistered
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XLC3.4
TROUBLESHOOTING
REGISTERING THE XLC3.4
In order to use the XLC3.4 (or XLC3.1) handset, you must
register it to the XLC3.4 base.
The unit will not operate / no dial tone:
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• Verify the AC adapter is securely plugged into the AC outlet, the
base and the telephone.
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Pull the handset’s battery tab located on the bottom of
the device, and then press MENU to start registering or
deregistering your handset from your system.
• Verify the telephone line cord is securely plugged into the wall jack
and the telephone.
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TO REGISTER AN UNREGISTERED HANDSET
1. Press MENU to enter registration mode.You will see
displayed on the screen, “Handset Needs Registration.”
2. Press and hold the FIND key on the XLC3.4 base for five
seconds, until the base visual ringer starts flashing. Release
FIND key on the XLC3.4 base.
3. Press MENU key on the handset.
4. The screen shows “Registering... ”, then “Registration
Successful” (accompanied by five quick beeps).
5.Your handset is now registered to your XLC3.4 system.
Your screen will display “Handset X,” (where “X” is the
number of the actual handset registered, such as the second
or fourth handset, etc.).
You can extend the number of handsets by using additional
XLC3.1 handsets (sold separately).
TO REGISTER YOUR HANDSET AGAIN (or to
register to a different XLC3.4 system)
1. In standby mode, press MENU.
2. Press DOWN arrow five times to advance the row
reading “Phone Setup” to the top of the screen.
3. Press MENU to enter the setup section. The screen
displays “Register” on the screen’s top row now.
4. Press MENU to enter the Registration section.
5. Press MENU again to select “Register.”
6. Follow the Registration steps listed above.
TO DEREGISTER THE HANDSET
1. See the six steps listed above, then press MENU to select
“Deregister.”
2. Your handset will deregister from your base as
soon as you press MENU. The screen will show “Handset
X Deregistered”(again, where “X” is the number of the
handset registered), then “Handset Needs Registration.”
• Make sure the handset battery is fully charged.
• Make sure the battery has been placed in the battery compartment
correctly. (The circular metal contacts on battery need to touch
the metal springs inside battery compartment.)
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• Verify the telephone is in the correct dialing mode: Tone (touch) or Pulse (rotary).
• Make sure you are in the usable range of the base station.
The phone does not ring when you receive a call:
• Make sure the RINGER switch on both handset and base is
set to ON.
• Verify the AC adapter is securely plugged into the AC outlet,
the base and the telephone.
• Verify the telephone line cord is securely plugged into the wall jack and the telephone.
•
Make sure you are within the usable range of the base station.
• You may have too many extensions on your line. Try unplugging
a few devices.
Noise, interference or other calls heard while using the
handset:
•
Make sure you are within the usable range of the base station.
•
Make sure the handset battery is fully charged.
•
Try relocating the base unit to another location.
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Make sure the AC adapter is not plugged into the wall outlet with other appliances.
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XLC3.4
TROUBLESHOOTING
Phone will not hold charge:
•
Make sure the charging contacts on the handset and base
are free of dust and dirt. While unplugged, clean the contacts with a soft cloth.
•
Make sure IN USE / CHARGE light on the base is lit when the handset is in the cradle.
•
If necessary, replace the handset battery.
Difficulty in placing or receiving calls:
• Move closer to the base and try again.
• Make sure you have selected the correct dialing mode, tone or pulse.
XLC3.4
TROUBLESHOOTING
TALK button is blinking green (fast pace):
• The base is trying to locate the handset; press TALK to end the FIND paging process and return the handset to the base.
Base POWER light blinks green once every second:
• The power adapter may not be plugged in.Verify AC adapter is plugged into proper wall outlet.
Base POWER light blinks green every five seconds:
• The power adapter may not be plugged in.Verify AC adapter is plugged into proper wall outlet.
• The base batteries may be “low” (their charge). If necessary, replace batteries.
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• Make sure the AC adapter is not plugged into a wall outlet with other appliances. Disconnect for 5-10 seconds then
reconnect. Place the handset back on the base and reinsert
the AC adapter.
• Make sure the handset battery is fully charged.
Your handset screen is displaying “Searching...”:
• Verify that the AC adapter is plugged into the base and into the wall outlet.
• The handset is out of range or the power to the base is unplugged.
• Move closer to the base.
• Place the handset into the base until the screen returns to standby mode. It will take approximately 5-10 seconds for the handset to register to the base.
• Handset may need to be re-registered to the base manually. Follow instructions on page 28.
Screen displays “Battery Low”:
• Handset batteries are low on charge; return the handset to the base to recharge the batteries.
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XLC3.4
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
General
Model Number: Frequency: Amplification: XLC3.4
1.9GHz DECT6.0
50dB
Handset Unit
Product in Inches: Weight in Pounds: (L x W x H): 7.25 x 2 x 1.25
0.5 lb.
Base
Product in Inches: Weight in Pounds: Power Supply: (L x W x H): 5.3 x 4.5 x 3.6
0.44 lb.
AC Adapter: (Input: 100V-240V AC; Output: 7.5VDC, 500
mA; Model T07505U002)
Additional Handsets
Clarity part number: XLC3.1
The XLC3.4 will support a maximum of four (4) handsets registered to a base, and
three (3) handsets maximum used in the same call.
(Additional Handsets sold separately.)
Battery Information
Battery Type: 1.2V 600mAh Ni-MH, 60AAAHC, GPI International Ltd.
Battery Life Talk Time: 6.5 Hours
Battery Life Standby: 130 Hours
Contact Clarity customer service for information on purchasing additional
handsets or replacement battery.
Clarity contact information:
Customer Service: 800-426-3738
Address: 4289 Bonny Oaks Drive
Chattanooga, TN 37406
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XLC3.4
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
PARTY RESPONSIBLE
FOR REGULATORY
COMPLIANCE:
Clarity, a Division of
Plantronics, Inc.
4289 Bonny Oaks Drive
Chattanooga,TN 37406
Phone: 800-426-3738
Part 68 of FCC Rules Information
a) This equipment complies with
Part 68 of the FCC rules and the
requirements adopted by the ACTA.
On the bottom of this equipment is
a label that contains, among other
information, a product identifier in
the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX.
If requested, this number must be
provided to the telephone company.
b) A plug and jack used to connect this
equipment to the premise’s 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, RJ11C USOC, 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.
c) The REN is used to determine
the number of devices that may
be connected to a telephone line.
Excessive RENs on a telephone line
may result in the devices not ringing
in response to an incoming call. In
most but not all areas, the sum of
RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To
be certain of the number of devices
that may be connected to a line, as
determined by the total RENs, contact
the local telephone company. For
products approved after July 23, 2001,
the REN for this product is part of
the product identifier that has the
format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. The
digits represented by ## are the REN
without a decimal point (e.g., 03 is a
REN of 0.3).
For earlier products, the REN is
separately shown on the label.
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d) If this telephone equipment causes
harm to the telephone network, the
telephone company will notify you in
advance that temporary discontinuance
of service may be required. But if
advance notice isn’t practical, the
telephone company will notify the
customer as soon as possible. Also, you
will be advised of your right to file a
complaint with the FCC if you believe
it is necessary.
e) The telephone company may make
changes in its facilities, equipment,
operations or procedures that could
affect the operation of the equipment.
If this happens the telephone company
will provide advance notice in order for
you to make necessary modifications
to maintain uninterrupted service.
f) If trouble is experienced with this
telephone equipment, for repair or
warranty information, please contact
Clarity, 800-426-3738. If the equipment
is causing harm to the telephone
network, the telephone company
may request that you disconnect
the equipment until the problem is
resolved.
g) This telephone equipment is not
intended to be repaired and it contains
no repairable parts. Opening the
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XLC3.4
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
equipment or any attempt to perform
repairs will void the warranty. For
service call 800-426-3738.
h) Connection to party line service
is subject to state tariffs. Contact the
state public utility commission, public
service commission or corporation
commission for information.
i) If your home has specially wired
alarm equipment connected to the
telephone line, ensure the installation
of this telephone 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.
j) This telephone equipment is hearing
aid compatible.
Customer-Owned Coin/Credit
Card Phones
To comply with state tariffs, the
telephone company must be given
notification prior to connection. In
some states, the state public utility
commission, public service commission
or corporation commission must give
prior approval of connection.
Part 15 of FCC Rules 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.
Your equipment has been tested and
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found to comply with the limits of
a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of FCC rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference
in 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, you
are encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one of the following
measures:
1. Where it can be done safely,
reorient the receiving television or
radio antenna.
2. To the extent possible, relocate the
television, radio or other receiver with
respect to the telephone equipment.
(This increases the separation between
the telephone equipment and the
receiver.)
3. Connect the telephone equipment
into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the television, radio
or other receiver is connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an
experienced Radio/TV Technician for
help.
Privacy of communications may not be
XLC3.4
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
ensured when using this phone.
WARNING: To maintain the
compliance with the FCC’s RF
exposure guideline, place the base unit
at least 20 cm from nearby persons.
For body worn operation, this handset
has been tested and meets the FCC RF
exposure guidelines when used with
the Clarity and Plantronics accessories
supplied or designated for this product.
Use of other accessories may not
ensure compliance with FCC RF
exposure guidlines.
WARNING: 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.
Industry Canada Technical
Specifications
This product meets the applicable
Industry Canada technical
specifications.
Before installing this equipment, users
should ensure that it is permissible to
be connected to the facilities of the
local telecommunications company. The
equipment must also be installed using
an acceptable method of connection.
In some cases, the company’s inside
wiring associated with a single line
individual service may be extended
by means of a certified connector
assembly (telephone extension cord).
The customer should be aware that
compliance with the above conditions
may not prevent degradation of service
in some situations. Repairs to certified
equipment should be made by an
authorized Canadian maintenance
facility designated by the supplier.
Any repairs or alterations made
by the user to this equipment, or
equipment malfunctions, may give the
telecommunications company cause
to request the user to disconnect the
equipment.
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Users should ensure for their own
protection that the electrical ground
connections of the power utility,
telephone lines and internal metallic
water pipe system, if present, are
connected together. This precaution
may be particularly important in rural
areas.
WARNING: Users should not
attempt to make such connections
themselves, but should contact the
appropriate electrical inspection
authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
The Ringer Equivalence Number is an
indication of the maximum number of
terminals 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
Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the
devices does not exceed five.
This Class B digital apparatus complies
with Canadian ICES-003.
(The term “IC:” before the
certification/registration number only
signifies that the Industry Canada
technical specifications were met.)
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XLC3.4
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Incidental or Consequential
Damages: Neither Clarity nor
your retailer dealer or selling
distributors have any responsibility
for any incidental or consequential
damages including without limitation,
commercial loss or profit, or for any
incidental expenses, expenses, loss of
time, or inconvenience. Some states
do not allow exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damage, so
the above limitation or exclusion may
not apply to you.
Other Legal Rights: This warranty
gives you specific legal rights and you
may also have other rights which vary
from state to state.
• A proof-of-purchase indicating
model number and date of
purchase;
• Bill-to address;
• Ship-to address;
• Number and description of units
shipped;
• Name and telephone number of
person to call, should contact be
necessary;
• Reason for return and description
of the problem.
To obtain warranty service, please
prepay shipment and return the unit to
the appropriate facility listed below.
Damage occurring during shipment
is deemed the responsibility of the
carrier, and claims should be made
directly with the carrier.
Clarity Service Center
4289 Bonny Oaks Drive
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37406
Tel: 423-629-3500 or 800-426-3738
Fax: 423-622-7646 or 800-325-8871
The following warranty and service
information applies only to products
purchased and used in the U.S. and
Canada. For warranty information in
other countries, please contact your
local retailer or distributor.
Plantronics Service Centre
151 Hymus
Pointe Claire, Quebec H9R 1E9
Tel: 800-540-8363 or 514-956-8363
Fax: 514-956-1825
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Please use the original container, or
pack the unit(s) in a sturdy carton
with sufficient packing material to
prevent damage. Include the following
information:
Limited Warranty: Clarity, a
division of Plantronics, Inc. (“Clarity”)
warrants to the original consumer
purchaser that, except for limitations
and exclusions set forth below, this
product shall be free from defects
XLC3.4
WARRANTY INFORMATION
in materials and workmanship for a
period of one (1) year from the date of
original purchase (“Warranty Period”).
The obligation of Clarity under this
warranty shall be at Clarity’s option,
without charge, of any part or unit
that proves to be defective in material
or workmanship during the Warranty
Period.
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Exclusions from Warranty: This
warranty applies only to defects
in factory materials and factory
workmanship. Any condition caused by
accident, abuse, misuse or improper
operation, violation of instructions
furnished by Clarity, destruction
or alteration, improper electrical
voltages or currents, or repair or
maintenance attempted by anyone
other than Clarity or an authorized
service center, is not a defect
covered by this warranty. Telephone
companies manufacture different
types of equipment and Clarity does
not warrant that its equipment is
compatible with the equipment of a
particular phone company.
Implied Warranties: Under state
law, you may be entitled to the benefit
of certain implied warranties. These
implied warranties will continue in
force only during the warranty period.
Some states do allow limitations on
how long an implied warranty lasts, so
the above limitation may not apply to
you.
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