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Contents General Instructions ................................................. 1. 2. 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 3. 3.1 3.2 3.

3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 3.9.1 3.9.2 3.9.3 3.10 3.11 3.12 4. 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.7.1 4.7.2 User Controls ........................................................... Setting Up ................................................................. Important information ............................................... Contents of package ................................................. Connecting the base station and handset charger ... Replacing the batteries ............................................. Charging the batteries .............................................. Tone dialing .............................................................. Setting the day and time ........................................... Wall mounting the phone .......................................... Normal Use ............................................................... The display ............................................................... Receiving incoming calls ......................................... Dialing a number ...................................................... Call timer .................................................................. Turning the handset on and off ................................. Range indications...................................................... Muting the handset microphone ............................... Setting the receiver volume ...................................... Redial ....................................................................... Copying a number from the redial list into the phonebook ................................................................ Deleting individual numbers from the redial list ........ Deleting all numbers from the redial list ................... Keypad lock .............................................................. Paging the handset from the base station ................ Inserting a pause ...................................................... The Phonebook ........................................................ Entering numbers in the phonebook ......................... Viewing a number in the phonebook ..................... Modifying numbers stored in the phonebook ........... Deleting individual numbers from the phonebook .... Deleting the entire phonebook .................................. Copying the entire phonebook to another handset .. Storing a phonebook entry in the quickdial memory ..................................................................... Dialing a number from the quickdial memory ........... Deleting a number stored in the quickdial memory .. 1 4 6 7 7 7 7 8 8 9 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 14 14 15 15 15 16 16 17 18 19 19 19 19 20 20

5. 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 6. 6.1 6.2 6.2.1 6.2.2 6.3 6.3.1 6.3.2 6.3.3 6.4 6.4.1 6.5 6.6 7. 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 7.8 7.9 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 8. 8.1 8.2 8.2.1

Calling Line Identification (IdentiCall subscription required) ............................. The list of callers ...................................................... Storing a number from the list of callers into the phonebook .................................................. Deleting individual numbers from the list of callers .. Deleting the entire list of callers ............................... Advanced Settings ................................................... Recall time ............................................................... Call barring ............................................................... Switching call barring on and off .............................. Setting a number to be barred ................................. Baby call .................................................................. Switching baby call on and off .................................. To set the baby call number ..................................... Dial a baby number .................................................. ECO mode ............................................................... Switching ECO mode on and off .............................. Auto prefix ................................................................ Turning intrusion on and off ..................................... Special Functions ..................................................... Setting ring melodies on the handset ....................... Setting the ring melody volume on the handset ....... Setting a group melody ............................................ Setting auto pick up answer ..................................... Setting auto hang up ................................................ Change handset name ............................................. Turning the key tone on and off ............................... Changing your PIN number ..................................... Setting the display language .................................... Setting the babysit mode ......................................... Setting the alarm ...................................................... Setting the alarm tone .............................................. Factory reset ............................................................ Menu structure ......................................................... Multiple Handsets .................................................... Internal calls ............................................................. Transferring external calls to another handset .................................................................... To call a second external number ............................

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8.3 8.3.1 8.3.2 8.4 9. 9.1 9.2 9.2.1 9.2.2 9.2.3 9.3 9.3.1 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 9.7.1 9.8 9.8.1 9.9 9.9.1 9.9.2 9.10 10. 11. 11.1

Registering and de-registering handsets ................. Registering handsets ............................................... De-registering handsets ........................................... Additional base stations ........................................... Answering Machine Operation ................................. Switching the answering machine on and off ........... Outgoing messages ................................................. Select and play outgoing messages ........................ Recording your own outgoing message ................... Deleting your outgoing message ............................. Incoming messages ................................................. Play messages ......................................................... To delete all messages ............................................ Recording a memo ................................................... Answer delay ........................................................... Memory full .............................................................. Memory full during a call .......................................... Call screening .......................................................... Switching the handset call screening on and off ...... Remote Access ........................................................ Operating your answering machine from another phone .......................................................... To turn remote access on and off ............................. To access the answering machine menu via the calls list .................................................................... Troubleshooting Guide ............................................. Important Information ............................................... Technical data ..........................................................

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General Instructions Rechargeable batteries ! When replacing the batteries, use rechargeable type AAA, Ni-MH 1.2 Volt batteries, with a minimum rating of 550mAh. Contact 2C Telecoms (Pty) Ltd on 0860 22 43 57 for replacement batteries if your nearest dealer cannot supply you.

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Do not throw batteries in a fire or immerse them in water. Should the handset become warmer when charging there is no cause for alarm, as this is quite normal. Only charge the handset on the base station or supplied charger. The use of other chargers may cause damage to the batteries or handset. Use only the 3-pin AC power adaptor that was supplied, other power adaptors may cause damage.

Location of the base station ! The base station must be located within reach of a 230 Volt power outlet socket. To avoid interference problems, do not place the base station in the immediate proximity of other electrical equipment such as a microwave oven or hi-fi system. The location of the base station can significantly influence the proper functioning of the telephone. It is also beneficial to prevent the use of multi-power adaptors as these can induce electrical interference.

Place the base station on a level, non-slip surface. The feet of the base station will not normally mark the surface on which it stands. However, the wide range of surface finishes in use, renders it impossible to exclude marking of any surface. Do not use the handset in areas where there is a danger of explosion. Avoid excessive exposure to smoke, dust, vibration, chemicals, humidity, high temperature or direct sunlight.

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Choose a central location for your base station. For maximum range the base station should be placed in the centre of the area in which you would like to use your handset.

Temperature and ambient conditions ! Your telephone is designed for indoor use and an operating temperature range of -10C to 50 C.

The base station must not be installed in humid areas such as bathrooms. Avoid proximity to sources of heat such as radiators and do not expose the unit to direct sunlight.

Cleaning and care ! The outer surfaces of the unit can be cleaned with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth. Never use cleaning agents or solvents. Apart from occasionally cleaning the outer surfaces, no further care is required. The rubber feet of the base station are not resistant to all cleaning agents. Telkom cannot, therefore, be held responsible for damage to furniture etc. NOTE: Your telephone is guaranteed for a period of 12 calendar months from the date of purchase as indicated on your till slip. Keep your till slip in a safe place as it will be required for guarantee repairs. It is however not guaranteed against damage caused by misuse, riot damage, lightning or power surge damage, damage caused by using the unit for purposes other than which it was intended or any damage that can be deemed an act of God. NOTE: No calls can be made or received during a power failure or if your power adaptor is disconnected from the 230 volt supply.

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User Controls

Handset 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Redial/Clr./Mute button Up/Answering Machine button Down/Phonebook button End call/Power/Exit button Internal calls button Selection/Menu button Call / Recall button Keypad lock button Handsfree button

Base station 1. 2. 3. 4. Handset hook Page button Charging contacts Charging/Answering machine LED

Charger 1. Handset hook 2. Charging contacts 3. Charging/Answering machine LED

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Setting Up Important information

NOTICE: Before switching on, please read the general instructions at the beginning of this manual. 2.2 Contents of package

The package contains: Base station, one charger, two handsets with batteries, two power adaptors with power cords, one telephone line cord, and this instruction manual.

Bottom View

Bottom View

2.3

Connecting the base station and handset charger

Set-up your telephones base station and charger within reach of a telephone socket and power outlet socket. 1. Insert the relevant cord from the 1st power adaptor into the socket at the back of the base and the 2nd power adaptor (with the off-centre tab on the red plug) into the socket at the back of the charger. Plug the power adaptors into a conveniently located power socket. Connect the telephone line cord between the telephone socket at the back of the base station and the telephone wall socket. 7

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2.4

Replacing the batteries

When replacing the batteries, use rechargeable AAA Ni-MH 1.2 Volt batteries of at least 550mAh. Replacement batteries are available from your nearest Telkom Direct Store or major retail outlet. To fit the batteries into the handsets, press down on the upper edge of the battery compartment cover and slide it away from the handset. Remove the faulty batteries and then fit the new batteries. In doing so, be careful to ensure that the polarity is correct as indicated. Carefully replace the cover and slide it back until it clicks into position.

IMPORTANT NOTICE - Charging the batteries for the first time : Place the handset on the base station and charger for at least 16 hours. If the batteries are not properly charged, the telephone may fail to function correctly. 2.5 Charging the batteries

The rechargeable batteries in your telephones handset provides sufficient power for a maximum standby time of 100 hours and talk time of up to 10 hours. The actual condition of the batteries are shown on the LCD display with the battery capacity symbol shown below :

Full

Half

Low

If the remaining charge in the batteries is too low, the symbol on the display will blink. NOTICE: Like your car battery, the rechargeable batteries suffer from a certain, unavoidable ageing effect. You can, however, minimize this by exercising the batteries correctly. As you use your telephone, always start with the fully charged batteries and continue using it until they are empty as indicated by the blinking symbol on the display. Then recharge them fully. This will maintain maximum battery capacity for as long as possible. Repeated partial charging and discharging will cause a memory effect which will result in reduced capacity.

2.6 Tone dialing Your telephone only supports tone dialing. 2.7 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Setting the day and time Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select CLOCK/ALARM. Press the MENU button. The display shows DATE&TIME. Press the MENU button. Enter the date, e.g. 16 04 for 16th April. Press the MENU button. Enter the time, e.g. 09 30 for 9:30am. Press the MENU button. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button. Wall mounting the phone

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You can mount your telephone directly against a wall, or place it on a shelf, desk or table. The unit can be mounted to any wall surface using two self-tapping screws (not supplied). 1. 2. 3. Drill two holes in the wall 110mm vertically apart using a 8mm drill bit. Insert wall plugs into each hole. Then thread a screw into each hole, letting the heads extend about 5mm from the wall. Position the base over the two screw heads and push downward. Slide out the handset hook on the base and charger, rotate it 180 and replace it. The handset will rest on the hook when wall mounted.

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3. 3.1

Normal Use The display

During normal operation, the display shows the date, time in hour and minutes and HANDSET 1. The default name can be re-programmed any time, see chapter 7.6. The display also provides symbol representation of all the main functions and the current status of the phone. Steady: You are making a call. Blinking: There is an incoming call. Steady: There are missed calls and new calls have been stored in the CLI list. Steady: Shows phonebook in use.

Steady: The alarm has been set.

Steady: You are in handsfree mode.

Steady: The handset ringer is off (set to silent).

Steady: The signal strength is sufficient. Blinking: The signal strength is getting weaker. Steady: Indicates the battery charge level. Blinking: Batteries low. Please recharge. Steady: Shows the answering machine is on. Blinking: Flashes slowly when you have new messages and quickly when the memory is full.

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3.2

Receiving incoming calls

If you receive an incoming call, the handsets will emit a ring signal and the handset display shows CALL followed by the callers telephone number and the symbol flashes on the display. Notice: While the handset is ringing you can use the p and q buttons to adjust the ring volume. Press the button on the handset to take the call or the button to answer the call in handsfree mode. If the handset is on the base, simply lift it and speak (if auto pick up answer is on). To end the call, replace the handset on the base station or press the button on the handset. You will find information on Calling Line Identification in chapter 5. When automatic answering is switched on, the call will be automatically taken as soon as you lift the handset from the base sation. To find out how to turn the automatic answer function on and off, see chapter 7.4. 3.3 1. Dialing a number Use the keypad to enter the desired telephone number. Up to 24 digits may be entered. The digits dialed will be shown on the display. Since the display can only display 11 digits, only the last 11 digits of longer phone numbers will be displayed.

NOTICE: With Pre-dialing, if you dial the wrong digit you can briefly press the C button to delete one digit at a time. If you press the button, the entire number will be deleted. 2. Press the button on the handset to dial the number.

NOTICE: You can also press the button first, you will then hear dial tone. As you enter the digits of the desired number, your telephone will dial the number immediately. The correction of individual digits is only possible in the pre-dialing mode.

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3.4

Call timer

During a call, the duration of the call is displayed in minutes and seconds. 15 Seconds after dialing, the display changes from the number dialed to display the call duration. The call timer will display the call duration for a few seconds after completion of the call. 3.5 Turning the handset on and off

By holding down the button, you can turn off the handset. If the handset is turned off, there is no drain on the battery. Hold down the button again to turn the handset back on. The message, SEARCHING will flash on the display and the handset will be ready for use after a brief delay. NOTICE: No calls can be made or received if the handset is switched off. 3.6 Range indications

The range of the handset is a maximum 50 metres in enclosed areas and about 300 meters in open areas (line of sight). If a strong signal is available from the base station a symbol will appear on the display. If you move too far away from the base station, the symbol will blink and you will hear warning beeps. In this case you should move closer to the base station to avoid losing the connection. For best performance ensure that the base station is located in the centre of the area in which the handset will be used most frequently. This will ensure optimum range and performance. 3.7 Muting the handset microphone

You can use the C button to turn off the handset microphone during a call. You can then speak without being heard over the telephone (secret function). The receiver in the handset remains switched on so that you can still hear the caller.

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Press the C button briefly, during a call. MUTE ON will appear on the display. To turn the microphone back on, press the C button briefly, once again. The words MUTE ON will disappear and you can continue your call. Setting the receiver volume

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The receiver speaker (earpiece) can be adjusted to your preference. During a call, you can use the buttons, p and q , to adjust the speaker volume. You can select one of five volume settings. When you have reached the maximum volume level, the display will show BOOST. 3.9 Redial

The redial function is especially useful if a number is engaged or the person does not answer. Your telephone stores the last ten dialled numbers. 1. 2. Press the C button and the last number dialed will appear on the display. By pressing the p button, you can display the previous number called. Use the q button to move through the list in the opposite direction. Next press the display. button to dial the number shown on the

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NOTICE: If a number in the redial list matches a phonebook entry, the programmed name will replace the number on the display. The C button can be used to toggle between the name and number. 3.9.1 1. 2. 3. Copying a number from the redial list into the phonebook Press the C button. The last number dialed will appear on the display. Use the p and q buttons to select the number you wish to transfer to the phonebook. Press the MENU button. The display shows SAVE NUMBER. Press the MENU button.

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Now enter the name (up to 12 letters) on the keypad. Press the MENU button. The number will be displayed again. Press the MENU button again. Use the p and q buttons to select between NO GROUP, GROUP A, B or C. Press the MENU button again to store the number. The display shows SAVED and then returns to standby.

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Once you have stored a number in the phonebook, it is not the number but the corresponding name that is shown in the list of callers. 3.9.2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 3.9.3 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Deleting individual numbers from the redial list Press the C button. The last number dialed will appear on the display. Use the p and q buttons to select the number you want to delete. Press the MENU button. Use the q button to select DELETE. Press the MENU button. The display shows CONFIRM?. Press the MENU button to delete the number. Press the button to return to standby.

Deleting all numbers from the redial list Press the C button. The last number dialed will appear on the display. Press the MENU button. Use the q button to select DELETE ALL. Press the MENU button. The display shows CONFIRM?. Press the MENU button to delete all numbers from the redial list. The display shows EMPTY and then returns to standby.

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3.10

Keypad lock

If you frequently carry the handset with you, you can lock the keypad so that buttons are not pressed unintentionally. You can receive incoming calls as normal when the keypad lock is switched on. - Activating the keypad lock Press the button on the handset for three seconds. The display shows KEYS LOCKED. - Deactivating the keypad lock Press the button again for three seconds. 3.11 Paging the handset from the base station

If you have misplaced your handset, press the button on the base station. For thirty seconds, the handset will emit a signal tone to help you find the handset. To stop the tone, press any button on the handset or the button on the base station again. 3.12 1. Inserting a pause When storing a number, press and hold the # button until the display shows P to insert a 3 second pause in that number. You can then continue storing the number.

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4.

The Phonebook

Up to 100 telephone numbers and names can be stored in the phonebook. The maximum stored number length is 24 digits and name length is 12 characters. 4.1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Entering numbers in the phonebook Press the MENU button. The display shows PHONEBOOK. Press the MENU button. The display shows NEW ENTRY. Press the MENU button again. The display now shows ENTER NAME. Now enter the name (up to 12 letters) on the keypad. Below you will find more information on entering names. Press the MENU button again. The display shows ENTER NUMBER. Enter the desired number from the keypad. Press the MENU button again. Use the p and q buttons to select NO GROUP, GROUP A, B or C. Press the MENU button again to confirm. If you wish to store more phone numbers, go back to step 3. To exit from the entry mode, press the button.

Further information about the phonebook: You can assign individual contacts to specific groups of your choice. For example, Group A contains phone numbers of all your co-workers. In addition, one of ten ring tones can be assigned to each group. In this way, you can tell who is calling you simply from the ring tone. If the memory capacity of 100 numbers has been exceeded, the display will show MEMORY FULL. In this case, some numbers will have to be deleted before new numbers can be entered. How to enter names: Example: you wish to enter the name, JARED. To do so, press: 5 button once, 2 button once, 7 button three times, 3 button twice, 3 button once.

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To enter a space, use the 1 button. To enter the same letter twice, press the desired letter button and then wait for the display cursor to move automatically to the next position. Entry errors can be deleted with the C button. In order to change a specific letter, the p and q buttons can be used to move the cursor to the right or left so that a new letter can be entered. To enter a special character using the 1 or 0 buttons: 1 - Space 1 - < > * 0-0 - / \ # + 4.2 Viewing a number in the phonebook

Once you have stored a few numbers in the phonebook, they can be quickly and easily recalled. In standby: 1. Press the q button OR Press the MENU button twice, then press the q button to select LIST ENTRY and press the MENU button again . The display will show the first stored number in alphabetical order. The p and q buttons can now be used to step through the list of stored numbers. Or To jump directly to a number with a name beginning with a certain letter, press the button with the desired letter. 3. The name will be displayed. Press the C button to see the number. If the number is longer than 12 digits, press the C button again to see the rest of the number. If you wish to dial the number shown on the display, press the button.

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During a call: 1. 2. Press the MENU button twice. The p and q buttons can now be used to step through the list of stored numbers. Or To jump directly to a number with a name beginning with a certain letter, press the button with the desired letter. 3. The name will be displayed. Press the C button to see the number. If the number is longer than 12 digits, press the C button again to see the rest of the number. Press the button to cancel the phonebook display and continue your call. Modifying numbers stored in the phonebook Enter the phonebook. The display will show the first stored number in alphabetical order. Use the p and q buttons to select the entry you wish to modify. Press the MENU button. The display shows EDIT ENTRY. Press the MENU button again. The display will now show the name with a blinking cursor after the last letter. The name can now be changed using the number buttons. Information on entering names can be found in 4.1. After making the desired modifications to the name, press the MENU button again. The display shows the phone number. Next modify the phone number using the number buttons. By pressing the C button briefly, individual digits can be deleted. After making the desired modifications to the number, press the MENU button again. Use the p and q buttons to select NO GROUP, GROUP A, B or C. Press the MENU button to confirm. Press the button to return to standby.

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4.3 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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Deleting individual numbers from the phonebook Enter the phonebook. The display will show the first stored number in alphabetical order. Use the p and q buttons to select the entry you wish to delete. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select DELETE ENTRY. Press the MENU button again. The display shows CONFIRM?. Press the MENU button. If you wish to delete more numbers, go back to step 4. To exit from the programming mode, press the button. Deleting the entire phonebook Press the MENU button. Press the MENU again to select PHONEBOOK. Use the p and q buttons to select DELETE ALL. Press the MENU button again. The display shows CONFIRM?. Press the MENU button again. To exit from the programming mode, press the button. Copying the entire phonebook to another handset Press the MENU button. Press the MENU again to select PHONEBOOK. Use the p and q buttons to select PB TRANSFER. Press the MENU button again. Use the p and q buttons to select the number of the handset you want the phonebook entries to be copied to. Press the MENU button again. When the message TRANS. FROM HANDSET X appears on the destination handset, press the MENU button on that handset to start the copy process. When the copying process has been completed, both handsets will show DONE!. Storing a phonebook entry in the quickdial memory

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Up to 9 numbers can be stored in your phones quickdial memory. 1. Press the MENU button. Press the MENU again to select PHONEBOOK.

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Use the p and q buttons to select DIRECT MEM. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select KEY 1-9. Press the MENU button again. The display shows NO ENTRY. Press the MENU button again. The display shows ADD. Press the MENU button again to add an entry from the phonebook. Use the p and q buttons to select the entry you want. Press the MENU button to confirm. Press the button to return to standby. Dialing a number from the quickdial memory Press and hold the button 1-9. The telephone will automatically dial the number stored in that memory location. Deleting a number stored in the quickdial memory Press the MENU button. Press the MENU again to select PHONEBOOK. Use the p and q buttons to select DIRECT MEM. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select KEY 1-9. Press the MENU button again. The current name will be displayed. Press the MENU button again. Use the p and q buttons to select DELETE. Press the MENU button. The display shows CONFIRM?. Press the MENU button again to delete the number. To exit from the programming mode, press the button.

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Calling Line Identification (IdentiCall subscription required)

The calling line identification display shows the origin of incoming calls. If the data is available, the display shows the callers telephone number after the first ring. If the callers name and number is stored in your phonebook, they will be shown alternately on the display. If the caller has blocked the sending of his number or if the number cannot be displayed for technical reasons, the messages WITHHELD or UNAVAILABLE will appear on the display. The calling numbers are stored in a list so that you can return missed calls easily. A total of 40 calling numbers can be stored in the list. Once the list is full, the oldest number is automatically deleted each time a new call is received. If new calls have been added to the list during your absence, a blinking symbol appears on the display. NOTICE: A subscription is required to use the IdentiCall services. Please call 10219 to subscribe to this service. 5.1 The list of callers

In order to see the list of callers on the display, proceed as follows: 1. Press the p button and press the MENU button to show the last calling number received on the display as well as the date and time it was received. If no new calls have been received, the display will show EMPTY. NOTICE: If the number matches a phonebook entry, then it is replaced by the corresponding name in the phonebook. 2. Use the p button to search upwards through the list. Use the q button to move down the list in the opposite direction. If there are no further numbers in the list you will hear a beep. Where the number in the display is longer than 12 digits, press the C button to see the rest of the number. If you wish to return a call to a number in the list of callers, simply press the button or the button to dial the number in speakerphone mode. To exit from the callers list mode, press the button.

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5.2

Storing a number from the list of callers into the phonebook

Any number in the list of callers can be transferred directly to the phonebook. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Press the p button and press the MENU button to show the last calling number received on the display. Use the p and q buttons to select the number in the list of callers that you wish to transfer to the phonebook. Press the MENU button. The display shows SAVE NUMBER. Press the MENU button. The display shows ENTER NAME. Now enter the name (up to 12 letters) on the keypad. Press the MENU button again. The number will be displayed again. Press the MENU button again. Use the p and q buttons to select NO GROUP, GROUP A, B or C. Press the MENU button again to store the number. You will now hear a confirmation beep. To exit from the entry mode, press the button.

Once you have stored a number in the phonebook, it is not the number but the corresponding name that is shown in the list of callers. 5.3 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 5.4 1. Deleting individual numbers from the list of callers Press the p button and press the MENU button to show the last calling number received on the display. Use the p and q buttons to select the number in the list of callers that you wish to delete. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select DELETE. Press the MENU button. The display shows CONFIRM?. Press the MENU button again to delete the number from the list. The display will now show the next number in the list. If you wish to delete more numbers, go back to step 2. To exit from the entry mode, press the button. Deleting the entire list of callers Press the p button and press the MENU button to show the last calling number received on the display.

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Press the MENU button again. Use the p and q buttons to select DELETE ALL. Press the MENU button. The display shows CONFIRM?. Press the MENU button. To exit from the entry mode, press the button. Advanced Settings Recall time Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ADVANCED SET. Press the MENU button. The display shows RECALL TIME. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select between SHORT, MEDIUM and LONG. Press the MENU button to confirm. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button.

NOTE: Recall is useful to access certain network and PABX / switchboard services. 6.2 Call barring

To prevent your telephone from accidently dialing a number, you can store up to four specific numbers, each up to four digits, for example, international or local prefixes. If you switch call barring on, the display will show BARR MODE ON. 6.2.1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Switching call barring on and off Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ADVANCED SET. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select CALL BARRING. Press the MENU button. Enter the PIN number (default setting 0000). Press the MENU button. The display shows MODE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ON or OFF. Press the MENU button to confirm. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button. 23

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Setting a number to be barred Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ADVANCED SET. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select CALL BARRING. Press the MENU button. Enter the PIN number (default setting 0000). Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select NUMBER. Press the MENU button. If necessary, use the p and q buttons to scroll to the next available slot. Press the MENU button and enter the number or prefix you want to bar. Press the MENU button to confirm. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button. Baby call

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This feature allows you to dial a number by pressing any key on the handset (except the button). This feature is very useful for quick access to the emergency services. If you switch baby call on, the display will show BABY CALL ON. 6.3.1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Switching baby call on and off Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ADVANCED SET. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select BABY CALL. Press the MENU button. Enter the PIN number (default setting 0000). Press the MENU button. The display shows MODE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ON or OFF. Press the MENU button to confirm. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button.

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6.3.2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

To set the baby call number Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ADVANCED SET. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select BABY CALL. Press the MENU button. Enter the PIN number (default setting 0000). Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select NUMBER. Press the MENU button. Enter the number. Press the MENU button to confirm. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button. Dial a baby number

6.3.3

When a baby call number has been stored and the baby call is switched on, press any key (except the button) to dial the number. NOTE: When baby call is switched on, you can still answer any incoming call as normal. 6.4 ECO mode

To reduce the level or power emissions, you can select ECO mode. When the ECO mode is set to on, the base transmission power will be reduced. 6.4.1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Switching ECO mode on and off Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ADVANCED SET. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ECO MODE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ON or OFF. Press the MENU button to confirm. You will now hear a confirmation beep and the handset name on the display will be replaced with ECO MODE.

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6.5

Auto prefix

You can set your telephone to detect a dialing number and replace it with another number. The number to be detected can be up to 5 digits long. It can be replaced with a number up to 10 digits. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ADVANCED SET. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select PREFIX. Press the MENU button. The display shows DETECT DIGIT. Press the MENU button. Enter the number that you want to be detected. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select PREFIX NUM.. Press the MENU button. Enter the number (up to 10 digits) you want it replaced with. Press the MENU button to confirm. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button.

NOTE: If you do not enter a number for Detect Digit then the Prefix number will be dialed prior to the number you call. To disable the autoprefix function, delete the contents in both Detect digit and Prefix number settings. The auto-prefix function will not work if you press the before dialing. 6.6 Turning intrusion on and off button first

When an external call is taking place, another handset registered to the base can join in, making the call a 3-way conference, just by pressing the button. To enable this, intrusion must be switched on. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ADVANCED SET. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select INTRUSION. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ON or OFF. Press the MENU button to confirm. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button. 26

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Special Functions

Any additional programming functions can be accessed through a very user-friendly menu. Here is a short guideline to navigate your way through the menu of your telephone: To begin programming, press the MENU button. The p and q buttons are used to search through the function groups. The group indicated on the display is selected by pressing MENU. The p and q buttons are now used to search for the desired individual function, which is again selected by pressing MENU. The C button can be used to move back one level during the selection process. Any store function will be automatically abandoned if no selection is made within 15 seconds. The button can be pressed at any time to exit from the programming mode without making any changes. Chapter 7.14 gives a detailed summary of the menu. 7.1 Setting ring melodies on the handset

Your handset offers ten different ring melodies to signal an incoming call. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select PERSONAL SET. Press the MENU button. The display shows HANDSET TONE. Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select RING MELODY. Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select the desired ring melody then press the MENU button. The melody will be played. Press the MENU button again to confirm. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button. Setting the ring melody volume on the handset

7.2

The volume of the handset ring melody can be set to one of five levels. If, at any time, you do not wish to be disturbed, you can also turn off the ringing signal altogether. If the ringing signal is turned off, the symbol will be shown on the display and an incoming call will only be signalled on the handset display. 27

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Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select PERSONAL SET. Press the MENU button. The display shows HANDSET TONE. Press the MENU button. The display shows RING VOLUME. Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select between OFF, LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH, BOOST and PROGRESSIVE. Press the MENU button to confirm. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button. Setting a group melody

7.3

This feature enables you to select and set the melodies to be played when there is an external incoming call from a contact whose name is stored in the phonebook and is part of a group. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select PERSONAL SET. Press the MENU button. The display shows HANDSET TONE. Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select GROUP MELODY. Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select GROUP A, B or C. Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select the ringtone you want to assign the group to. Press the MENU button to confirm. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button. Setting auto pick up answer

7.4

Incoming calls can be answered automatically when you lift the handset from the base station. If you wish to take calls by using the button only, you can turn the auto answer function off. 1. 2. 3. 4. Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select PERSONAL SET. Press the MENU button. Use p and q to select AUTO PICK-UP. Press the MENU button. Use p and q to select ON or OFF. Press the MENU button to confirm. 28

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You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button. Setting auto hang up

7.5

When auto hang up is switched on, you can end a call just by replacing the handset on the base station or charger. If switched off, you have to press the button first before replacing the handset on base station. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select PERSONAL SET. Press the MENU button. Use p and q to select AUTO HANG-UP. Press the MENU button. Use p and q to select ON or OFF. Press the MENU button to confirm. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button. Change handset name

7.6

During normal operation, the display shows the date, time in hour and minutes and HANDSET 1. If you have a number of handsets operating on the one base station, it might be useful to give each handset its own name. The number that is used to call the handset internally is displayed next to the handset name eg. HANDSET 1, HANDSET 2, etc. The name can be up to 10 characters long. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select PERSONAL SET. Press the MENU button. Use p and q to select HANDSET NAME. Press the MENU button. Delete the current handset name by using the C button. Enter the desired name using the number buttons. Press the MENU button to store the new name. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button. Turning the key tone on and off Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select PERSONAL SET. Press the MENU button. 29

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3. 4. 5. 6.

The display shows HANDSET TONE. Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select KEY TONE. Press the MENU button. Use p and q to select ON or OFF. Press the MENU button to confirm. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button. Changing your PIN number

7.8

A PIN number protects some of the telephone system functions from unauthorized use. The PIN consists of four digits. The phone is delivered with the PIN number set to 0000. To change the PIN number, proceed as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ADVANCED SET. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select PIN. Press the MENU button. PIN? appears on the display. Now enter the current four digit PIN number using the number buttons (factory setting, 0 0 0 0 ), then press the MENU button. NEW? appears on the display. Now enter the desired new four digit PIN number using the number buttons then press the MENU button to confirm. You will now hear a confirmation beep. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button. Setting the display language

7.9

The display can be set to 3 language options. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select PERSONAL SET. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select LANGUAGE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select a language, then press the MENU button. You will now hear a confirmation beep. You can then select further menu functions or exit by pressing the button.

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7.10

Setting the babysit mode

When you have more than one handset connected to the base station, this function will allow you to leave one handset in a room and use the other handset to listen to sounds in that room. 1. 2. 3. 4. Press the MENU button. Use p and q buttons to select PERSONAL SET. Press the MENU button. Use p and q to select BABYSIT MODE. Press the MENU button. Use p and q to select ON or OFF. Press the MENU button to confirm.

NOTE: When switched on, you can leave this handset in the room you wish to monitor. Only the microphone is on. 5. 6. 7. 7.11 Place the handset in a room. On the other handset, press the INT button and enter the number of the handset you are using as a room monitor. You can now hear sounds coming from that room. To stop the room monitoring at any time, press the button. Setting the alarm symbol will be displayed.

When the alarm is set, the 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select CLOCK/ALARM. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select SET ALARM. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select OFF, ON ONCE or ON DAILY. Press the MENU button. If you selected ON ONCE or ON DAILY, enter the time you want to set the alarm for, e.g. 07 30 for 7:30am, then press the MENU button. Press the button to return to standby.

NOTE: When the alarm sounds, the display shows ALARM ON. Press any button on the keypad to turn the alarm off.

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7.12

Setting the alarm tone

You can choose between three alarm tones. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.13 Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select CLOCK/ALARM. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ALARM TONE. Press the MENU button. The current melody will be played. Use the p and q buttons to select a melody. Press the MENU button to confirm. Press the button to return to standby. Factory reset

This function can be used to reset the telephone to the factory default settings. Factory settings: Language: English Auto Pick-Up: On Key tone: On Speaker volume: 1 PIN Code: 0 0 0 0 Dialing mode: Tone Handset name: HANDSET 1 Auto Hang-Up: On Ring melody: Melody 1 Ring volume: Medium Group melody: Melody 1 Recall time: Short

Notice: The phonebook, list of callers (CLI), and all redial numbers might be deleted. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press the MENU button. buttons to select ADVANCED SET. Press Use the p and q the MENU button. buttons to select RESET UNIT. Press the Use the p and q MENU button. The display shows CONFIRM?. Press the MENU button again. After a short pause, the factory setting will be reinstated and the display will revert to the ready state.

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7.14

Menu structure

Phonebook

New Entry List Entry Delete All Direct Mem PB Transfer

...More ...More ...More Key 1 - 9 ...More ...More

Clock/Alarm

Date & Time Set Alarm Alarm Tone

...More ...More ...More

Personal Set

Handset Tone

Ring Volume

Ringer Off Progressive Boost High Medium Low

Ring Melody Group Melody Key Tone First Ring

Melody 1-10 ...More On - Off On - Off

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Personal Set

Handset Name Auto Pick-Up Auto Hang-Up Language

...More On - Off On - Off English Deutsch Francais

Babysit Mode

On - Off

Advanced Set

Recall Time

Short Medium Long

Call Barring Baby Call Registration

PIN? PIN? Select Base Regist. Base

...More ...More ...More Base 1 - 4 ...More ...More

Unregister PIN Reset Unit Prefix

PIN? PIN? Confirm? Detect Digit Prefix Num.

...More ...More

Intrusion ECO Mode

On - Off On - Off

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Answ Machine

Play Delete All Record Memo Answer Mode Answer & Rec Answer Only Answer On/Off Answer Setting On - Off Ring Delay Remote Acc HS Screening TAM Language ...More ...More ...More ...More ...More ...More Confirm?

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8.

Multiple Handsets

Your telephone is limited GAP standard and allows a maximum of 5 handsets to be registered to the base. Any GAP compliant handset can replace a handset that is registered to your telephone. One handset needs to be de-registered from the base station first. NOTICE: If one handset is already using the external line, no further external calls can be made or answered. 8.1 Internal calls

Once you have a number of handsets connected to a base station, you can make internal calls. To do so, press the INT button and then the number of the handset being called or press the button to call all handsets. The called handset will emit a ring signal and the calling handsets number will appear on the display. The call is answered by pressing the button. 8.2 Transferring external calls to another handset

If you have answered an external call on one handset, you can transfer the call to another handset. To do so, press the INT button and then the number of the handset being called. If there should be no reply from the handset called, you can take the call back by pressing the INT button again. Once the internal call is answered on the other handset, you have the following options: - Three way calling: you can now speak with the internal caller and use the INT button to switch back to the external caller. You can switch between the internal and external callers as often as you wish. - Forward the call: By pressing the button on the first handset, the call can be forwarded to the second handset. You can also forward the call directly to another handset without waiting for an answer by pressing the INT button, dialing the second handset and then pressing the button.

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8.2.1 1. 2. 3. 4.

To call a second external number During a call, press the MENU button. buttons to select INIT 2NDCALL. Press Use the p and q the MENU button. The display shows CALLING R. Enter the second number. When your second caller answers, press the MENU button to open the options menu: - CONFERENCE: Press the MENU button to initiate a 3-way with an external caller and internal caller. - SWITCH CALLS: Press the MENU button to switch between the two callers. Press the button to hang up. Registering and de-registering handsets Registering handsets Hold down the button on the base station for 3 seconds. You now have 90 seconds to register the new handset. Press the MENU button on the handset. buttons to select ADVANCED SET. Press Use the p and q the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select REGISTRATION. Press the MENU button. If necessary, use the p and q buttons to display REGIST. BASE. Press the MENU button. BASE 1 2 3 4 appears on the display. Now use the number buttons to enter the number of the base station (1-4). If the handset is already registered with a base station, the corresponding numbers will blink. When the base is located, you will hear a confirmation beep and PIN---- appears on the display. Now enter the PIN number for the new base station (factory setting, 0 0 0 0). Now press the MENU button, and you will hear a beep for a few seconds. The handset is now registered and can be used for external and internal calls. An internal number has now been allocated to the handset. The first handset registered (main handset) has the internal number 1 allocated to it. The second handset to be logged on is given the internal number 2. This internal number is shown on the display to the right hand side of the handset name.

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8.3.2 De-registering handsets A handset can only be de-registered using another handset that is registered to the same base station. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Press the MENU button on the handset. buttons to select ADVANCED SET. Press Use the p and q the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select UNREGISTER. Press the MENU button. Now enter the PIN number for the base station (factory setting, 0 0 0 0 ), then press the MENU button. The display shows the registered handset numbers. Use the p and q buttons to select the handset to be deregistered. You can now complete the de-registration by pressing the MENU button or cancel the de-registration by pressing the button. If de-registration is completed, the display will show UNREGISTERED. The handset is now de-registered and can no longer be used with this base station. Additional base stations

8.4

A number of base stations can be used to extend the coverage available to the handsets. To make use of this, all the base stations must have a direct telephone connection. Depending on your objectives, you can provide each base station with its own telephone line or connect them all to the same line. A new number will be allocated to the handset each time it moves within range of another base station. You should ensure that the coverage of the base stations overlap, before adding a new base station to your system, check the range of the handsets. If a handset is registered with the base station and automatic base station selection is switched on (further information in this chapter), the handset will be automatically handed on to the next base station. Calls in progress cannot be passed from one base station to another. Selecting a base station 1. Press the MENU button on the handset. 2. Use the p and q buttons to select ADVANCED SET. Press the MENU button. buttons to select REGISTRATION. Press 3. Use the p and q the MENU button. 38

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The display shows SELECT BASE. Press the MENU button. The display now shows all base stations that the handset is already registered to. The number of the currently active base station will flash. Select the required base station by means of the keypad. Press the MENU button to confirm. When the handset locates the selected base you will hear a confirmation beep and if not located, the display shows UNREGISTERED. Answering Machine Operation

9.

Your telephone can store up to 59 messages within the maximum recording time of 12 minutes. Each message can be up to 3 minutes long. Your personal outgoing messages can be up to 3 minutes long. 9.1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 9.2 Switching the answering machine on and off Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSW MACHINE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSW ON/OFF. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ON or OFF. Press the MENU button to confirm. Press the button to return to standby. Outgoing messages

Two options are provided on the message which is played to your callers. 1. Answer and Record: Callers hear the announcement and are able to leave a message for you. The pre-recorded message is, Hello, your call cannot be taken at the moment, so please leave your message after the tone. 2. Answer only: Callers hear the announcement but cannot leave a message. The pre-recorded message is, Hello, you call cannot be taken at the moment, and you cannot leave a message, so please call later.

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9.2.1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Select and play outgoing messages Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSW MACHINE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSWER MODE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select between ANSWER & REC and ANS ONLY. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select the type of message you want: - PERSONALISED: To set your own recorded message. - PREDEFINED: For pre-recorded message. Press the MENU button to confirm. If you selected PERSONALISED, press the MENU button again. The display will show PLAY. Press the MENU button again. The current message is played. Recording your own outgoing message Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSW MACHINE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSWER MODE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSWER & REC and ANSWER ONLY. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select PERSONALISED. Press the MENU button. The display shows PLAY. Use the p and q buttons to select RECORD MESS. After the beep, record your message. Press the # button to end recording. Your new outgoing message will be played. Deleting your outgoing message Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSW MACHINE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSWER MODE. Press the MENU button.

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Use the p and q buttons to select ANSWER & REC and ANSWER ONLY. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select PERSONALISED. Press the MENU button. The display shows PLAY. Use the p and q buttons to select DELETE. Press the MENU button. The unit will revert to the pre-recorded version of the outgoing message you deleted. Incoming messages

9.3

When you receive a new message the symbol will appear on the handset display and the LED on the base station will flash. When the LED is flashing orange, it means that there are new messages and the handset is on the base station. When the LED is flashing green, it means that there are new messages and the handset is not on the base station. 9.3.1 1. 2. 3. Play messages Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSW MACHINE. Press the MENU button. The display shows PLAY. Press the MENU button to play the new messages. The display will show the number of new messages. If there are no new messages, all stored messages will be played.

NOTE: This option is only available if you have subscribed to the IdentiCall services. 4. During playback press the MENU button to display the list of options. Use the p and q buttons to select one of the following options: - REPEAT: Press the MENU button to repeat the current message. - NEXT MESSAGE: Press the MENU button to play the next message. - PREV MESSAGE: Press the MENU button to play the previous message. - DELETE: Press the MENU button to delete the current message. - SAVE NUMBER: Press the MENU button to store the number, if available, in the phonebook.

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5. 9.4 1. 2. 3. 4.

Press the

button to return to standby.

To delete all messages Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSW MACHINE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select DELETE. Press the MENU button. The display shows CONFIRM?. Press the MENU button to delete all messages. Recording a memo

9.5

The telephone can be used as an audible notepad to leave memos or personal reminders for other household users. 1. 2. 3. 4. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSW MACHINE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select RECORD MEMO. Press the MENU button. The display shows RECORDING. After the beep, record your message. Press the MENU button to end recording. Answer delay

9.6

Answer delay is the number of times your telephone rings before the answering machine picks up the call and starts playing the outgoing message. You can choose between 2-9 rings, or Toll Saver. If you selected TOLL SAVER, the answering will pick up the call after 2 rings if you have new messages or after 4 rings if you have no new messages. If the memory capacity is full, the answering machine will pick up the call after 20 rings in Answer Only mode. 1. 2. 3. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSW MACHINE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSW SETTINGS. Press the MENU button.

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The display shows RING DELAY. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select between 2-9 rings and TOLL SAVER. Press the MENU button to confirm. Press the button to return to standby. Memory full

When there is less than 15 seconds recording memory or a maximum of 59 messages have been received, no more messages can be taken. When the memory becomes full: - The LED on the base will flash fast. - The symbol will flash fast on the handset display. - The telephone will automatically switch to answer only mode. 9.7.1 Memory full during a call

If the memory runs out or the maximum message length of 3 minutes is reached while a caller is leaving a message, the call will be ended. 9.8 Call screening

When the answering machine is switched on, you can use the loudspeaker to listen to callers leaving their messages. If you wish to speak to the caller, press the the handset. 9.8.1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 9.9 button or the button on

Switching the handset call screening on and off Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSW MACHINE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select HS SCREENING. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ON or OFF. Press the MENU button to confirm. Press the button to return to standby. Remote Access

The system can be operated (using a tone dialing telephone) when you are away from home.

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9.9.1 1. 2. 3.

Operating your answering machine from another phone Dial your phone number. When you hear the outgoing message, press #. Use the telephones keypad to enter your 4-digit security PIN (default setting 0000). You will now hear a confirmation beep. Using the telephones keypad, you can replay, stop, skip or delete messages and adjust settings: 1 - To play previous message 2 - To play your messages 3 - To play next message 6 - Delete message playing 7 - To switch the answering machine on 8 - To stop playback 9 - To switch the answering machine off

4. 9.9.2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9.10

Hang up the phone to end remote access. To turn remote access on and off Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSW MACHINE. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select ANSW SETTINGS. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select REMOTE ACC. Press the MENU button. Use the p and q buttons to select between ACTIVATED and DEACTIVATED. Press the MENU button to confirm. Press the button to return to standby. To access the answering machine menu via the calls list

When the symbol flashes on the display to indicate new messages you can see the callers details by using the p and q buttons. 1. 2. 3. 4. Press the p button. The display shows CALL LIST. Press the q button. The display shows ANSW MACHINE. Press the MENU button. The display shows PLAY. Press the MENU button again. The handset will start the new message playback. Once all messages have been played, the handset will return to standby. 44

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Troubleshooting Guide

If you have any problems with your telephone, please check through the following troubleshooting guide. For claims under guarantee, please contact Telkom or your nearest retail outlet. The guarantee period is 12 months from the date of purchase as indicated on your till slip which must be retained as proof of purchase. If you have technical problems, our ShareCall number is 0860 22 43 57 or you can visit our website on www.telkomphones.co.za for further information.

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No call can be made or received

The connection has been lost

Cannot dial The system fails to react or is in an undefined state

The charging indicator fails to light

After a few hours, the battery symbol on the display starts to blink

The display is dark

The telephone line connections are not correct or there is a fault on the line. Only use the telephone cables supplied. Use another telephone to check whether your line is in order. The power adaptor is not properly inserted or there is a power failure. The rechargeable batteries are discharged or defective. You are too far from the base station. You are too far from the base station. Consider moving the base to a more centrally located position. Check that your telephone exchange supports tone dialing. First unplug the power adaptor for a short time. Reset to the default factory settings. For the factory (default) settings, see chapter 7.13. Ensure that the handset is correctly placed on the base station, clean the contact surfaces of the handset and the base station with a soft, dry, lint free cloth. Place the handset on the base station and leave it for sixteen hours. If there is no improvement, replace the rechargeable batteries. Caused by exposure to direct sunlight. Allow the handset to cool down.

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Important Information Technical data DECT 1880 to 1990 Mhz Base station: 220/230V, 50Hz Interior, up to 50m Line of sight, up to 300m Up to 100 hours Up to 10 hours 2 x type AAA Ni-MH 1.2 Volt Minimum 550mAh batteries Tone -10 C to 50 C 20% to 75% 100ms

Standard Frequency range Power supply Range Range Standby time Call time Rechargeable batteries Dialing mode Permissible ambient temperature Permissible relative humidity Recall time

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