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Place the handset in the base station as shown in the picture below.
SWITCHING THE HANDSET ON AND OFF
While the handset is switched on, it is in standby mode. In standby mode, the handset is ready to make or receive calls but consumes less energy. With a
the handset in the base station to keep it fully charged. Switching the handset on Before you can use the handset you must switch it on: Press N O for at least one second to switch the handset on.
fully charged battery, the handset can operate for about 100 hours in standby mode. If you are not using the handset to make or receive calls, you can put
The standby display appears. The number on the right-hand side is the internal number of the handset on the base station.
After switching on, information is displayed. For more details see Informa-
tion on display on page 18.
Switching the handset off
If you do not want to make or receive calls, you can switch the handset off. To switch the handset off:
Press and hold N O until the display turns blank.
You cannot turn the handset off during a call.
If the handset is off and you receive an external call, the ring signal on the base station still works. Press N O for one second to switch on the handset,
then Y E S to receive the call.
ATTACHING AND REMOVING THE CLIP
The handset has a clip which you can use to attach the handset to your clothes. Attach the clip to the handset. Do not press on the display! Your handset is now ready for use.
To minimize wear and tear, we recommend that you do not remove the clip from the handset too often. See also the drawings below.
Attaching the clip Removing the clip
A BRIEF GUIDE
After installing the cordless phone you can now make and receive calls. For initial use, it is assumed that you are near the base station and that the signal strength indicator is visible. Using the base station
The base station covers an area in which the handset can make and receive calls via a radio connection. To establish a radio connection, your handset requires a subscription to the base station. The name of the base station is displayed on the handset.
Please note that the procedure assumes that you are going to select the Basic
option. After you have entered your PIN code, you have to go to the SetTime
Other handsets connected to the base station automatically show the new time.
Other handsets connected to the base station automatically show the new date.
MAKING A CALL
called pre-dialling and allows you to check and, if necessary, correct the number. To pre-dial: most right digit by respectively pressing U P or D O W N for one second. second. Dialling while off hook To make a call in the usual way:
When you make a call, you can enter the number and then press Y E S. This is
1. Enter the number. The number is displayed. 2. Correct the number if necessary (CL R = delete; U P = move left; D OW N = move right). 3. When the number is correct, press Y E S and wait for an answer. 4. Press N O to end the call. The duration of the call is displayed. If available, the costs of the call are also displayed. Tip While editing a telephone number, you can jump to the most left or the
You can enter a dial tone pause in the telephone number by pressing for one
1. Press Y E S and wait for the dial tone. 2. Dial the number and wait for a connection. 3. Press N O to end the call. The duration of the call is displayed. If available, the costs of the call are also displayed.
CALL USING THE PHONE BOOK
Your handset contains a phone book for storing names and numbers. You can
conveniently make calls using this phone book. To add names and numbers to the phone book, see section Phone book on page 35.
Calling by name book. To call by name:
whole name by pressing CL R for one second. Quick call by name the menus. To use quick call by name:
Route: PhoneBook Find&Call 1. Select Find&Call and press Y E S. Enter Name: or Phone book is empty is displayed. To add names and numbers to the phone book, see Adding name and number on page 36. 2. Press the key which has the first letter of the name you are searching for. Press once for the first letter of the key, twice for the second and three times for the third letter of the key. To narrow down the search, you can also enter the next letter(s) of the name. 3. Correct the name if necessary (CL R = delete; U P = move left; D O W N = move right). 4. Press Y E S to confirm. The first name in the phone book beginning with the entered letter(s) or, if it does not exist, a name beginning with the next letter is displayed. 5. Scroll until you find the right name. 6. Press Y E S to dial the number. If you press CL R instead of Y E S , you can edit the number before dialling.
1. Press Y E S to answer the call. 2. To end the call, press N O. The duration of the call is displayed. If available, the costs of the call are also displayed.
On an incoming call, the callers extension number may be displayed if availa-
ble. If the callers number is included in your handset phone book, the corre-
Sometimes the handset rings at an inconvenient moment. If you do not want to answer the call, press N O. You can press Y E S if you still want to answer the
Some telephone networks provide calling line identification. This means that in the case of an incoming call the callers extension number is displayed. Ask your dealer if your telephone network provides calling line identification.
TURNING OFF THE MICROPHONE
During a call you may want to talk to someone else, without the caller hearing. You can do this by switching off the microphone using the CL R key. You can switch the microphone off by:
Pressing C L R until you are ready to talk to the caller again. Or
Short beeps and the ring off icon indicate that the microphone is off.
Pressing C L R quickly.
Short beeps and the ring off icon indicate that the microphone is off. To switch the microphone on, press CL R again.
TURNING OFF THE RINGER AND WARNING SOUND
If your handset rings or a warning sounds at an inconvenient moment, you can turn off the sound.
To turn off the ring sound temporarily: Press CL R quickly. The ring off icon appears.
Even with the sound off, you can still answer the call. The warning light and hook icon keep flashing.
To turn off the ring or the warning sound permanently: The ring off icon appears.
If a warning sounds and you press CL R for one second only the sound is turned off. The warning light continues to flash. its lowest level. See Ring volume on page 56. To turn the ring or the warning sound on again: Press CL R for one second. The ring off icon disappears.
You can also turn off the ringer permanently by adjusting the ring volume to
PAGING A HANDSET FROM THE BASE STATION
The base station has a search function with which you can page the handsets connected to it.
Press the P A G E button on the base station, and the handset rings.
Page Call appears in the handset display. Press Y E S and N O , or the P AG E but-
ton on the base station once, to stop the ringing.
ADDING CALLERS NUMBER
Your phone keeps a list of numbers of people who have called if calling line identification is provided. The last ten numbers of your callers remain stored in your handset memory until you turn it off. You can use the AddWhoCall
option to add these numbers to the phone book. returning a call. To add a callers number to the phone book:
Menu option AddWhoCall appears only if names or numbers are available for
Route: PhoneBook Store AddWhoCall 1. Select AddWhoCall and press Y E S. A list of numbers appears. If Phone book Full is displayed, you have to delete a phone book entry first before you can add a new one. 2. Scroll through the list of who called numbers until you have the number you want to store. 3. Press Y E S. Enter Name: is displayed. 4. Enter a name (CL R = delete; U P = move left; D OW N = move right; 1 = space; = lower case). 5. Press Y E S to confirm. The number to be added is displayed. 6. Edit the number if necessary (CL R = delete; U P = move left; D OW N = move right; press for one second = dial tone pause). 7. Press Y E S to confirm. The name and number are stored in the phone book.
EDITING NAMES AND NUMBERS
With the Edit option, you can change the names and numbers in the phone book.
Editing names phone number. To edit a name: whole name by pressing CL R for one second. Editing telephone numbers You can correct a telephone number or give another number to a name. To edit a number: clear the whole number by pressing CL R for one second.
You can correct a misspelled name or give a new name to an existing tele-
Route: PhoneBook Find&Edit Edit 1. Select Edit and press Y E S. Enter Name: or Phone book is empty is displayed. In the latter case, no names are available for editing. 2. Enter the first letter(s) of the name you are searching for. 3. Press Y E S. 4. Scroll until you find the name. 5. Press Y E S. The name to be edited is displayed. 6. Correct the name with the number keys (CL R = delete; U P = move left; D O W N = move right; 1 = space; = lower case). 7. Press Y E S twice to confirm. Tip While editing the name, you can jump to the most left or the most right letter by respectively pressing U P or D OW N for one second. You can clear the
Route: PhoneBook Find&Edit Edit 1. Select Edit and press Y E S. Enter Name: or Phone book is empty appears. In the latter case, no numbers are available for editing. 2. Enter the first letter(s) of the name you are searching for. 3. Press Y E S. 4. Scroll until you find the name. 5. Press Y E S twice. The number to be edited is displayed. 6. Correct the number with the number keys (C L R = delete; U P = move left; D O W N = move right; press for one second = dial tone pause). 7. Press Y E S to confirm. Tip While editing the number, you can jump to the most left or the most right digit by respectively pressing U P or D OW N for one second. You can
Announc2 means announcement 2. Announc3 means announce only.
leave a message after the tone. You can select announcement 3 when you do
No messages can be recorded.
3. Press Y E S to confirm. The selected announcement is played.
To select an announcement after calling in: Press 5 in the main menu and then press: 1 for announcement 1. 2 for announcement 2. 3 for announce only. Messages can be recorded. Messages can be recorded.
The selected announcement is played.
RECORDING TIME LEFT
The answering machine in the base station has a total recording time of approximately 15 minutes.
To see how much recording time is left for messages: Route: BaseStation AnswerMach TimeLeft 1. Select TimeLeft and press Y E S. The recording time you have left is displayed. 2. Press Y E S to leave this menu option.
To use the recording time efficiently, you can set a maximum recording time per message. See Maximum recording time on page 69 for more details.
is English. To change the handset menu language: press Y E S to answer the call.
Personalizing the handset
You can change the language of the menus at any time. The default language
Route: Handset Language 1. Select Language and press Y E S. The current language is displayed. 2. Scroll through the list of languages until the language you want is selected. 3. Press Y E S to confirm your choice. The language has now been changed. Setting changes that have been confirmed remain stored in the memory, even when you switch off the handset. Changes that have not been confirmed will be cancelled. If you receive a call when you are changing one of the settings,
During a telephone call, you can use the VO L U M E U P or VO L U M E D O W N
key to adjust the volume of the earpiece. To adjust the volume during a call:
Press the VO L U M E U P or VO L U M E D OW N key once or more. If you are not making a call you can still adjust the volume:
1. Press Y E S. You hear the dial tone. 2. Keep listening and press the VO L U M E U P or VO L U M E D OW N key once or more. You hear the dial tone becoming louder or quieter. 3. Press N O to cancel the dial tone. If the earpiece is at maximum or minimum volume, you hear a warning tone.
You can adjust the ring volume of the handset. To adjust the ring volume:
RINGER TONES OR MELODIES
The least cost routing function replaces the prefix with digits to select the you go off hook first and then dial the number. stituted by a maximum of four digits. To set least cost routing:
other operator. For instance, if the telephone number begins with 00, it can be substituted by 0016 to select the other operator. You can bypass this feature if
You can set four prefixes. A prefix may consist of four digits and it can be sub-
Route: BaseStation Settings Advanced Routing 1. Select Advanced and press Y E S. PIN: is displayed. 2. Enter the PIN code for the base station (see page 78) and press Y E S. 3. Select Routing and press Y E S. Either Route (1 - 4) or a number, if a prefix has already been set, is displayed. 4. Press the U P or D OW N key, once or more, to choose a different prefix if required and press Y E S. 5. Enter the prefix digits (C L R = delete; U P = move left; D OW N = move right). 6. Press Y E S to confirm. Substitution digits are displayed if they have been set before. 7. Enter the substitution digits (CL R = delete; U P = move left; D O W N = move right). 8. Press Y E S to confirm. A prefix with associated substitution digits is set.
DIAL TONE PAUSE
If you include a pause in a telephone number, there is a pause during dialling at that point to wait for the dial tone. The base station automatically inserts a pause.
Route: BaseStation Settings Basic PhoneLine Pause 1. Select Basic and press Y E S. PIN: is displayed. 2. Enter the PIN code for the base station (see page 78) and press Y E S. 3. Select Pause and press Y E S. The current pause length is displayed. 4. Enter a number (1 - 10) to set the length of the pause in seconds. 5. Press Y E S to confirm. The dial tone pause has now been changed. dial tone pause.
dial tone pause before each telephone number. You can adjust the length of the
The standard pause is 1 second. You can set this from 1 to 10 seconds:
To include a pause in a telephone number, press for one second. A dash
CHANGING THE HANDSET PIN CODE
The handset is initially provided with a pre-set PIN code (see page 78). You should change this PIN code to a personal PIN code to prevent misuse. To change the handset PIN code:
Route: Handset PhoneLock ChangePIN 1. Select ChangePIN and press Y E S. EnterOldPIN: is displayed. 2. Enter the current PIN code for the handset (see page 78) and press Y E S. Either EnterNewPIN: or Wrong PIN is displayed. In the latter case, you have entered a number that does not the match the current PIN code. 3. Enter the four digits of the new PIN code and press Y E S. RepeatNewPIN is displayed.
You can set the handset so that the PIN code must be entered after switching
handset PIN code on page 78. set leaves this menu option. unblocking the handset.
You can write down the new PIN code in the space provided in Personal
If you enter an incorrect new handset PIN code three times in a row, the hand-
In other situations, if you enter an incorrect handset PIN code three times in a row, the handset is blocked and PIN Blocked, Unblock? is displayed. See below for
UNBLOCKING THE HANDSET
If your handset is blocked because an incorrect PIN code has been entered three times, you can unlock the handset with the IPEI code. After entering the IPEI code, you must enter a new PIN code.
The IPEI code is a unique code which has been assigned to the handset. The IPEI code can be found on the packaging or in Showing the IPEI code on page 77.
If the handset is blocked, PIN Blocked, Unblock? appears. The handset must be unblocked before it can be used again. To unblock:
1. Press Y E S. Backdoor: is displayed. 2. Enter the IPEI code and press Y E S. EnterNewPIN: is displayed. 3. Enter the four digits of the new PIN code and press Y E S. RepeatNewPIN is displayed. 4. Enter the new PIN code again and press YE S. Either New PIN accepted or Wrong New PIN is displayed. In the latter case, the new PIN and the code you have just entered do not match. If New PIN accepted appears, you can use the handset again.
If the handset is blocked, you can still make an emergency call without first unblocking the handset. See Emergency call on page 79.
4. Enter the new PIN code again and press YE S. Either New PIN accepted or Wrong New PIN is displayed. In the latter case, the new PIN and the code you have just entered do not match.
CHANGING THE BASE STATION PIN CODE
To prevent unauthorized people from accessing vital settings on the base station, they are secured by a PIN code. Each time you want to change these base station settings, you must enter the PIN code. You cannot switch off this security feature but you can change the base station PIN code. You change the settings of the base station by using a handset connected to this base station.
Setting barred numbers to numbers with this prefix will be barred. To set a barred number or prefix:
Route: BaseStation Settings Access Barring 1. Select Access and press Y E S. PIN: is displayed. 2. Enter the PIN code for the base station (see page 78) and press Y E S. 3. Select Barring and press Y E S. Dev.Number: is displayed. 4. Enter the number of the handset for which you want to enable or disable call barring. 5. Press Y E S to confirm. Either the current setting or Handset not known is displayed. In the latter case, you have entered a non-existent handset number. 6. Press U P or D OW N to select the setting you want. 7. Press Y E S to confirm. You have now enabled or disabled call barring.
You can enter three numbers of up to 8 digits for call barring. You can also record the prefix of numbers to be barred, for instance the prefix for chat lines and other expensive services, or the prefix for international numbers. All calls
Route: BaseStation Settings Access BarredNo 1. Select Access and press Y E S. PIN: is displayed. 2. Enter the PIN code for the base station (see page 78) and press Y E S. 3. Select BarredNo and press Y E S. Either Group (1 - 3) or a previously set number or prefix is displayed. 4. Press the U P or D OW N key, once or more, to choose another number or prefix if required and press Y E S. Barred No: is displayed. 5. Enter the number or the prefix (CL R = delete; U P = move left; D OW N = move right). 6. Press Y E S to confirm. The number or prefix is now barred.
You can exempt telephone numbers, for example emergency numbers, from call barring and call budgeting by the base station. This means that these numbers can always be dialled. Some exempt numbers, such as the national emergency number, may already have been set and cannot be edited or removed.
Each handset (if you have more than one) should have call barring set on or
To exempt a number from call barring and call budgeting: Route: BaseStation Settings Access ExemptedNo 1. Select Access and press Y E S. PIN: is displayed. 2. Enter the PIN code for the base station (see page 78) and press Y E S. 3. Select ExemptedNo and press Y E S. Either Number or a previously set exempt number is displayed. 4. Press the U P or D OW N key, once or more, to choose a different exempt number if required and press Y E S. Exempted No: or Exempted No. is fixed ! is displayed. In the latter case you cannot edit the exempt number and you have to select another entry. 5. Enter the exempt number (CL R = delete; U P = move left; D OW N = move right). 6. Press Y E S to confirm. The number is now exempt from call barring and call budgeting.
pulse. If you set the amount of money to zero or no metering pulses are received, the length of one call is displayed instead. call tariff is 1.00. Ask your dealer if your telephone network provides metering pulses. To set the call tariff:
If no service number has been set, the voice mail notification is cleared as
See also Checking for voice mail messages on page 89.
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base station. One handset can be subscribed to up to eight base stations. Subscribing another handset without your approval. and three of the procedure below. To subscribe a DT200 handset to the base station:
The handset that comes with the base station is already automatically subscribed to the base station as described in Preparing for use on page 9. Any handsets you buy separately must also be subscribed, in order to connect them to the base station. A maximum of eight handsets can be subscribed to the
To subscribe a handset to a base station you need the authentication code of the base station. The authentication code, which is the same as the base station PIN code, is secret and prevents other handsets subscribing to the base station
If the handset does not have a subscription, it automatically enters the subscription mode when it is switched on. In this case, the handset displays Press
<Page> base station first and then Enter AC: appears. If so, you can skip step two
Route: Networks Subscribe 1. Press the P A G E button on the base station for at least two seconds. 2. Select Subscribe and press Y E S. Enter PIN:, Enter AC: or Subscr. List Full is displayed. In the latter case, your handset already has eight subscriptions and to add a new subscription you have to delete another. 3. If requested enter the PIN code for the handset (see page 78) and press YES. Enter AC: is displayed. 4. Enter the authentication (PIN) code of the base station. Each digit of the AC number that you enter is shown only as for security purposes. 5. Press Y E S to confirm. The handset now looks for base stations in subscription mode using the AC number to test if it is allowed to subscribe. 6. Wait until Subscription Ready is displayed for a short time. The handset is connected to the base station. You can see its internal phone number on the right-hand side of the display.
soon as an external call is made.
In case of the following message, try to subscribe again: station PIN code or the base station already has eight handset subscrip-
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handset. and on standby. See Editing base station name on page 103. Subscribing another type of handset few functions that will not work. Please refer to the handset documentation for subscribing another type of handset to the base station. To initiate subscription, you have to press the
tions. To add a handset you have to delete the subscription of another
You can provide a personal identity for the base station. The name is arbitrary and is shown in the display when the handset is connected to the base station
GoToPulse press Y E S to set the base station to pulse dialling.
If you dial the number and still hear the dial tone, you have to set the base sta-
To set the base station to tone dialling:
Route: BaseStation Settings Basic PhoneLine 1. Select Basic and press Y E S. PIN: is displayed. 2. Enter the PIN code for the base station (see page 78) and press Y E S. 3. Select PhoneLine and press Y E S. The opposite of the current setting is displayed. 4. Scroll to either GoToDTMF or GoToPulse. If the display shows: GoToPulse press N O because the base station is already set to tone dialling.
GoToDTMF press Y E S to set the base station to tone dialling.
If you use a telephone line with tone dialling, the base station transmits signals across the telephone line when you press the R key. Telephone networks or
work or switchboard. Earth signalling Earth signalling can only be used with a suitable telephone line. To set the earth signalling method: Route: BaseStation Settings Basic PhoneLine 1. Select Basic and press Y E S. PIN: is displayed. 2. Enter the PIN code for the base station (see page 78) and press Y E S. 3. Select PhoneLine and press Y E S. The opposite of the current setting is displayed. 4. Scroll to either GoToEarth or GoToFlash. If the display shows: GoToFlash press N O because the base station is already set to earth signalling.
GoToEarth press Y E S to set the base station to earth signalling.
switchboards use either earth or hook flash as a signalling method. You will find details of which one is used in the appropriate documentation. You must set the base station to the appropriate signalling method for the telephone net-
Hook flash is a signalling method in a telephone network or on a switchboard and is initiated by pressing the R key on the handset. It is normally used for
call transfer. Hook flash actually simulates an on-hook-off-hook sequence during a call. The length of such a sequence can be adjusted. In most cases the factory setting (default) is correct. You will find details in the appropriate documentation.
It is important to set the hook flash duration correctly. If it is set too short or too long the telephone network or the switchboard may not detect a hook flash or may even end the call.
The hook flash duration is limited to a certain range. If you try to exceed the range, the handset sounds a warning tone and defaults to the lower or upper limit.
To set the hook flash signalling method: Route: BaseStation Settings Basic PhoneLine 1. Select Basic and press Y E S. PIN: is displayed. 2. Enter the PIN code for the base station (see page 78) and press Y E S. 3. Select PhoneLine and press Y E S. The opposite of the current setting is displayed. 4. Scroll to either GoToFlash or GoToEarth. If the display shows: GoToEarth press N O because the base station is already set to hook flash signalling.
pressing the P A G E button. See Handsfree calling on page 82 for further
Besides using menus you can also call the answering machine with a handset.
You can search for a number by name in the phone book without using the
If you edit a name or a number on your handset you can jump to the most left or the most right character by respectively pressing U P or D O W N for one
second. You can clear the whole name or number by pressing CL R for one
If your handset rings at an inconvenient moment, you can turn off the sound temporarily by pressing CL R. The ringer sounds again with the next call. See
You can turn off the ringer and warning sound permanently by pressing CL R turn the ringer and warning sound back on, press C L R for one second again.
for second. If you press C L R during a call, you turn off the microphone. To See Turning off the ringer and warning sound on page 27 for more details.
You can transfer an external call to the handsfree in the base station by press-
interference. The handset is not suitable for lifeline applications. Intrinsic safety ignited explosions. Exposure to sunlight, heat and moisture cordless phone away from excessive heat and moisture. Battery disposal disposal. Spare parts and accessories Use only approved spare parts and accessories. The operation of noninformation see Spare parts and accessories on page 118. Power failure make or receive calls.
Do not place the base station near audio or video equipment. It may cause
Do not use the handset in conditions where there is a danger of electrically
Do not expose the cordless phone to direct sunlight for long periods. Keep the
Defective batteries must be returned to a collection point for chemical waste
approved parts cannot be guaranteed and may even cause damage. For more
In the event of a power failure or flat battery, you cannot use the handset to
These answers to frequently asked questions should help you solve problems with the cordless phone yourself.
How far can I go from the base station without the handset failing?
Indoor the range is up to 50 metres, outdoor up to 300 metres. The actual range may differ because of local circumstances. Can somebody eavesdrop on me? used.
This is not possible because of the digital techniques and encryption which are
Do I get a warning before the batteries run out?
How can I subscribe a handset to a base station?
tion. How to subscribe is explained in Subscribing to a base station on page 100. a key? A direct call has been set. See Direct call on page 81. What should I do if I do not hear anything when I pick up the handset and the red light on the base station is flashing? telephone line cable. Why do I keep on hearing the dial tone after I have dialled a number? base station to another dialling method. See Pulse or tone dialling on page 94 for more details. I cannot understand the language of the voice guide. Why? I cannot understand the language on the display. Why? An incorrect language has been selected. To correct this:
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Handsfree automatic answering 64 calling 31, 82 phone 82 Hook flash 96
Name/number editing 38 Network 99 Nickel metal hydride 12 NiMH 12
Off hook dialling 23 Operating range 12 Overview PIN codes 78
Page base station 28 call 28, 31 handset 31 PARI 78, 113 PARK 78 Path through the menus 20 Phone book 35 adding callers numbers 37 adding last dialled numbers 36 adding name and number 36 adding who called 37 deleting names and numbers 39 editing name 38 editing number 38 Phone locks 73 PIN 78, 113 Play back messages 46 new messages 44 Power failure 107 Pre-dial 23 Preparing for use 9 Priority phone activate 63 deactivate 64 scan period 64 Pulse dialling 95 Pulse or tone dialling 94
Range 12, 107 Receiving a call 27 Recording a memo 51 an announcement 51 time 69 time left 54 Redial 25 Reset all base station 66 handset 58 Re-subscribing a handset 101 Ring type 56 volume 56 Ringer off 27 tones 56 Ringing order 61 delay 62 priority 61 Route 20
Safety instructions 107 Second call 30, 62 Selecting a base station 102 Selecting an announcement 53 Signal strength 18 Signalling 96 Signals 113 Spare parts 107 accessories 118 Specifications 116 Subscribing handsets 91 Subscribing to a base station 100 Switch handset off 18 on 17 Switchboard 94 Switching handset on/off 15
Microphone off 27 Monitor play back 68 recording 68
Quick call by name 24
Telephone number 19 Terminology used on display 112 Three-party call 32 Time 22, 60 Time left for recording 54 Time stamp 70 Tips and tricks 105 Toll save 67 Tone dialling 95 Transferring calls 31, 97 Troubleshooting 107
Unanswered calls 26 Unblocking base station 77 handset 75 Using answering machine 41 base station 16 base stations 99 menus 19 multiple base stations 93 phone book 35
Voice guidance 71 Voice guide language 71 Voice mail 89 notification 90 Volume earpiece 55 loudspeaker 69 ringer base station 60 ringer handset 56
Wall mounter 11 Warning sound off 27 Warranty 119 Who called 26
Switching handset on and N O for 1 second, N O for 1 second again off Making an external call Making an internal call Making a call to the answering machine
Y E S , dial number I N T , dial internal number INT, 9 INT, 0
Making a call to the handsfree phone Pre-dial Answering a call
Put on hold and then.. transferring a call
. back to external caller. three-party call Call by name
Quick call by name
Switching microphone off CL R Long tones (temporarily) Enable keys Memory Redial
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